Giant Cancer-Fighting Salad Video

I whipped up this little video to show you how I make my salads and salad dressing.



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9 Responses to “Giant Cancer-Fighting Salad Video”
  1. Lindsey says:

    Hi Chris, I’m new to and loving it! I’m just starting my journey toward improving my and my family’s health and your blog has been a great help and encouragement to me. Implementing so many new things in our home and life can be overwhelming, but I wanted to let you know that something as simple as this salad making video is truly a big help! Thank you!

  2. Stephanie says:

    Love it! I don’t have cancer, but I’m all about prevention so I’ll definitely be adding this salad to my diet!

  3. Vicky Long says:

    Thanks Chris for sharing your eating regimen and info on cancer fighting foods.

  4. deedee423 says:

    I saw an interview you did with Dr. McDougall, and then a Q&A session of yours where you seemed to be following the doctor’s starch-based diet (you said you hadn’t eliminated oil, but used “very little”). However, in this video, you put quite a lot of amount of olive oil on your salad! I’m guessing that you did this before you ran into Dr. McDougall’s diet, but is this what you did when you were in the acute stage of trying to get well? Do you still recommend it? Thanks in advance for any clarification on this.

  5. Ana-Latu Dickson says:

    I became interested in your blog after a friend shared it to me. I just want to eat healthy and am interested in your natural foods recipes.

  6. jenna Goode says:

    they need to sell Sprinkle in bulk, 1 of my favorite ways to do it is on bread with olive oil and parm cheese toasted which i’m sure is not the healthiest but you could prob substitute with a sprouted non- dairy adaptation of it…

    • Hey Jenna! Yep we’re totally fiends for the Sprinkle and it’s all your fault.
      You should try the Organic Valley Raw Mild Cheddar if you haven’t already. Whole Foods has it and
      we buy it every week. Super yum.

  7. Jeanne says:

    I’m visual so that really helps. I’ll give it a try. The greens looked like arugula. Does it really matter? I don’t even consider iceberg lettuce as greens btw. Thanks again!

    • Great!
      I think those greens were baby romaine. We alternate between that and spinach, kale, arugula, mache, etc.
      And no it doesn’t matter much what greens you use as long as they’re organic and dark green.

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