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Posted by Manuela Boyle on 19 January 2021
Love Your Leafy Vegetables
Salt makes your body hang on to more fluid. That bumps up your blood volume and the pressure on your arteries, which makes your blood pressure climb. Fill your plate with leafy greens like spinach, broccoli, kale, or collards for a potassium boost. The mineral helps flush sodium out of your body through your pee and relaxes your blood vessel walls.
Recommended daily serving: 3-6 cups (raw leafy veggies). Berries Yummmm
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Posted by Manuela Boyle on 19 January 2021
1 cup walnut
1 1/2 cups goji berries
2 cups cashews
2 tablespoons cacao powder
1 cup water
Juice from 1 lemon
1 cup
2 tablespoons xylitol or stevia
1 teaspoon vanilla extract To make the crust: place walnuts into a food processor, zap until fine, then add the goji berries and keep processing until it all blended. Press into the bottom of a springform cake pan, or adjustable pan (I used an adjustable pan set to about 18cm or 7 inches). Put in fridge.
To make the cake: blend ever...
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Walnut Tomato Sauce with Zucchini Lasagna Noodles

Posted by Manuela Boyle on 17 November 2020

282 calories per serving|85 minute recipe |8 servings Offering a modern reinvention of lasagna, this dish uses zucchini noodles (actual strips of zucchini) and a tomato sauce filled with the goodness of walnuts in place of ground beef. Eating more nuts, such as walnuts, is a great way to boost your health. Research shows that you can reduce your risk of cancer, including colorectal cancer, by including more nuts like walnuts in your diet. Plus, eating a more plant-based diet featuring w...
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Soy Foods

Posted by Manuela Boyle on 17 November 2020
Soy Foods Tofu comes in different consistencies; extra firm to soft. Firm is best for stir-frying or grilling, while soft tofu works best in dishes like lasagna. Some tofu is high in calcium, depending on how it is made. Check the nutrition facts label.
Tempeh, made from cooked and slightly fermented soybeans, is high in protein and has a nutty flavour. You can find it in your supermarket's refrigerated or frozen sections or in health food stores.
Miso is a paste made from fermented...
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Breast Cancer Smoothie

Posted by Manuela Boyle on 17 November 2020
BREAST CANCER SMOOTHIE One of the issues for cancer patients and medical doctors is weight loss. Significant loss of weight and muscle mass is an ominous development like progressive anaemia, leukopenia or thrombocytopenia, bleeding, and cachexia. Although dieticians frequently instruct patients to try to 'pack in' more calories by eating more sugary foods, these efforts go largely without benefits, especially if the patient is experiencing nausea, vomiting, and anorexia. In fact,...
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  • The Institute for Functional Medicine
  • Society for Integrative Oncology
  • American Society of Clinical Oncology
  • Australasian Integrative Medicine Association
  • Naturopaths and Herbalists Association of Australia
  • British Naturopathic Association

Disclaimer: Manuela Boyle is not a registered medical practitioner or specialist medical oncologist. Manuela Boyle is a general health service provider who is not legally required to be registered under National Health Practitioner regulation law. She practises under the national Code of Conduct that sets standards to general health service providers who are not regulated by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency.

Manuela Boyle is an accredited member of the following professional organisations:
NHAA (Naturopaths & Herbalists Association of Australia), SIO (Society of Integrative Oncology) USA, AIMA (Australasian Integrative Medical Association), IFM (Institute of Functional Medicine) USA