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Recipe Spotlight: Portobello Breakfast

According to the American Institute for Cancer Research, about one-third of the most common cancers can be prevented through lifestyle factors like maintaining a healthy diet. High in essential nutrients that benefit cancer patients, our Portobello Breakfast is a testament to the power of such diet strategies. For instance, Portobello mushrooms are an excellent source of selenium, a mineral known to enhance immune function and protect cells from damage. They also contain antioxidants, which can help combat oxidative stress that often occurs in cancer patients.

Not to mention, this recipe allows you to start the day with a savory, satisfying meal sure to leave you feeling full and energized without any unnecessary fats or sugars. Eating homemade, organic meals like the Portobello Breakfast patients enjoy inside our world-renowned treatment centers is one of the best ways to start taking control of your health and prevent or defend against cancer, all from the comfort of your own home. 

Plus, it’s a great way to start implementing Full Spectrum Nutrition and the 7 Key Principles of Cancer Therapy™  into your daily routine! Incorporating a variety of nutrient-dense, organic foods into your daily meals aids the body’s natural healing process and supports other treatments working for your overall health.

The journey toward wellness requires a mindful, nutritional approach. By bringing meals like our Portobello Breakfast into your diet, you’re taking an essential step toward better health. We invite you to join us in the kitchen and learn how to create this nutrient-rich meal for yourself! 

Ready to get started? Check out the recipe walkthrough video below to learn how to make our Portobello Breakfast and download the recipe card here!

9 thoughts on “Recipe Spotlight: Portobello Breakfast

  1. Excellent and so nice to see the video

    If we can’t eat eggs, what other protein would you recommend?

    1. We are so happy to hear you enjoyed it!
      Mushroom will be what we tipically use to avoid eggs, but for a protein alternative chia seeds would be an option!

    2. Wow wonderful, this is my challenge, creating healthy recipes. Do you have a link on this site to more and please keep sharing the videos. It makes things simple. Love this!

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