After being diagnosed with cancer (stage 3), a young man decided not to go for the conventional chemotherapy, and started believing that nature has something better for him. His determination went so far that he started changing his dietary habits. We give you his favorite anti-cancer salad recipe.
Back in 2003, Chris Wark was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer. He was 26 at that time. After the surgery he refused to receive the regular chemotherapy treatment, and focused on healing his body with healthy diet instead. Today, he is completely cured and the nasty disease is forever gone.
His healthy meals were loaded with minerals, vitamins and enzymes. He claims that there is no better way than entering nutrients into your organism such as juicing fresh fruits and vegetables.
Organic herbs, seeds and vegetables are the main ingredients he uses in preparation of this anti-cancer salad. He says it is the healthiest and biggest salad ever made. Chris avoids eating dairy and meat products.
We all know that dark green leafy vegetables are quite rich in anti-oxidants that keep the free radicals from harming our organism. According to Chris , vegetables and fruits require different digestion time and that is why he never mixes fruits and vegetables. By mixing them together you may slow down the healing process.
We have listed the ingredients Chris used in order to become a cancer-free person, and make sure that you watch the video below.
The anti-cancer salad is a leafy mix of:
- kale, spinach, baby romaine, arugula
- baby mushrooms
- red onion
- bell peppers
- red cabbage
- alfafa sprouts
- sunflower seeds
- sprouted garbanzo beans
- sprouted mung beans
- sprouted red or green lentils
- organic sauerkraut (containing only three ingredients: cabbage, water and salt)
Salad dressing (never use store bought)
- Organic Cold-Pressed Extra Virgin Olive Oil
- Organic Apple Cider Vinegar
Sprinkle with these four cancer fighting spices:
- organic Oregano
- organic Garlic Powder
- organic Turmeric or Curry Powder
- organic Cayenne Pepper
Here is the video from which you can learn that the making of this salad is as easy as it seems.