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A couple of links I found yesterday, in response to a comment made by an oncology nurse speaking at the Women’s Survivor Camp this past weekend:


A List of Anti-Angiogenic Foods for a Cancer-Fighting Diet
Updated on August 2, 2018
caloriebee.com/diets/Anti-ang
iogenic-F
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Crucial-to-Include-in-Your-Diet



Anti-angiogenesis: Foods That Fight Cancer
www.chrisbeatcancer.com/anti-
angiogene
sis-cancer-fighting-foods/


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Baba Ghanooshj (or other ways of spelling it phonetically because it's Arabic and so we also see it like Gahnoosh etc.)...

basically it's a very healthy eggplant dip used in many Lebanese or Mediterranean restaurants.

Here's a rough idea of the basic recipe (sometimes also seen online as "Eggplant Dip" because people didn't want to try to spell Ghanooshj...). There are variations since everyone and their grandmother usually has their "secret" Za'atar spice combination and/or preference for how they roast the eggplant, or not...

But basically eggplant is roasted until it is soft. Very often either before it is roasted or after, it is also charred over a gas flame, so that the skin is heated enough to be charred. Then cooled. Then the charred stuff is washed and peeled off. Then the gloppy mess is blended in a food processor or blender (or back in the old fashioned days just cut and mashed repeatedly like with a larger mortar and pestle type deal)...and with it is tahini (sesame seed butter - like peanut butter), lemon juice, olive oil, salt, za'atar seasoning, often times garlic.

Za'atar is a combination of spices and seeds, usually thyme, black or white sesame seeds roasted, I think oregano, seems like there is actually a plant known as za'atar but I can't remember now what the equivalent plant is for the Americas and European areas etc. It's easier to buy various pre-made versions.

Anyway it's all yummy and then you can scoop it up with pita chips or if one is low carb or avoiding gluten, then use veggie crudites - chopped up celery, bell peppers, carrots, raw radishes or whatever raw veggies you want to eat that you can use to scoop up bits of the baba ghanoosh.

"Baba ghanooshj" is roughly translated "Spoiled Baby" because of all the various steps in preparing the dip - since it has to be roasted and then charred. The Charring gives a nice smokey flavor. Back in the older days, all this was done to eliminate the bitter taste of eggplant skin. These days eggplants have been bred to not be as bitter...

Anyway... that's my nomination for what to do with eggplant ...

Although.. eggplant lasagna is also yummy. "Google Is Your Friend" allegedly, or DuckDuckGo .... or other favorite search engines, and some of this is on SparkRecipe too.

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Thanks for the information on the walnuts.

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Dear friend came by today for spot of tea - we talked about ways we are each eating to follow this diet...she is two year survivor or uterine cancer and is doing well - has a great naturopath that agrees with this diet plan for her. Good times to share and compare!!

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Thank you for pointing us in the in the direction!

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Facebook - Eat to Defeat....WALNUTS Summary: A new study by researchers at Harvard Medical School has shown that a diet high in walnuts suppresses tumor growth and the growth of tumor blood vessels (angiogenesis) in a mouse model of human colorectal cancer. Mice fed a walnut-heavy diet had significant tumor shrinkage relative to mice fed a corn-based diet. Flaxseed oil had a similar effect as walnuts on tumor growth, but did not suppress angiogenesis to the same degree. Walnuts are rich in a variety of nutrients that have been shown in various studies to have antiangiogenic and anti-tumor properties.
Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the third most common cancer type worldwide and is a leading cause of cancer-related deaths. Poor diet, including high consumption of fat and red meat, has been associated with a significantly increased risk of developing CRC. It has been estimated that between 30% and 50% of CRC cases in men and about 20% in women could be prevented by changes in diet and other modifiable lifestyle factors. Several large epidemiological studies, for example, have shown a reduced incidence in CRC among people who have diets that are high in nuts and seeds. Walnuts in particular have been shown to inhibit the growth of colon cancer cells in laboratory studies.
Now, a new study by researchers at Harvard Medical School has shown that walnuts inhibit the growth of colon tumors in mice by suppressing angiogenesis, the growth of tumor blood vessels. The mice were inoculated with human colorectal cancer cells and developed tumors over a period of several weeks. The researchers then divided the mice between three groups: those fed a diet heavy in walnuts, flaxseed oil, or corn (control group). Mice fed diets of walnuts and flaxseed had substantial reductions in both the size of their tumors and the tumor growth rate compared with animals fed a corn-based diet. Final tumor weight was reduced by 33% and 44% in the walnut- and flaxseed-fed mice groups, respectively. Both flaxseed and walnuts decreased levels of angiogenesis-stimulating proteins in the blood, but only walnuts significantly decreased the proliferation of blood vessels, as observed in samples of tumor tissue obtained from the mice.
Of interest, blood levels of markers of inflammation, apoptosis (programmed cell death), cell proliferation, and antioxidant activity did not change appreciably in mice fed either flaxseed or walnuts, which suggests that the anti-tumor effects of these diets came from reduced angiogenesis. Walnuts contain a number of compounds with anti-tumor effects. One of these, ellagic acid, has been shown to inhibit colon cancer cell proliferation and angiogenesis in a number of laboratory studies. It is also possible that unidentified compounds or some synergistic effect between nutrients was responsible for the antiangiogenic and anti-tumor effects of walnuts. Further studies are required to determine whether walnuts have a similar beneficial effect on colorectal cancer in humans. By Roderick Smith, M.S.


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5/22 Facebook EatToDefeat re: HERBS...
Summary: Many people think of herbs as little more than a flavorful garnish. Scientific research, however, shows that a number of herbs commonly used in Mediterranean diets are rich in plant phenols—potent antioxidants that have been shown to inhibit cancer development. Two recent studies conducted by separate research teams in Spain and Belgium found that OREGANO and THYME in particular contain high levels of rosmaricin, an antioxidant that also suppresses the growth of tumor blood vessels (angiogenesis). Antioxidants such as rosmaricin have a number of important health benefits, indicating that Mediterranean spices should be part of an overall healthy diet.

Oregano, thyme, rosemary, sage, and clove are rich in plant phenols—potent antioxidants shown to have numerous health benefits, including lowering the risk for cardiovascular disease and cancer. The cancer-fighting properties of plant phenols are related to their ability to counter the effects of toxins in the body, inhibit tumor growth, and suppress angiogenesis, the growth of tumor blood vessels. Two types of phenolic compounds in particular, flavanoids and anthocyanins, have been shown in experimental studies to be potent suppressors of tumor cell proliferation and angiogenesis. Few studies, however, have specifically looked at the phenol content of herbs.

Two recent papers provide more insight into the phenol content of specific herbs. In the first study, Spanish researchers looked at the antioxidant properties of essential oils of five spice plants widely used in a Mediterranean diet: oregano, thyme, rosemary, sage, and clove1. Essential herb and spice oils are commonly used as flavorings and food additives. They found that CLOVES had the highest total phenol content, followed by thyme, oregano, rosemary, and sage. Total phenol content could indicate the antioxidant potency of a particular food or spice. The researchers also performed another test, called the Rancimat test, which is commonly used by the food industry to test for antioxidant activity. Using this test, essential oil of OREGANO was the most potent antioxidant, followed by thyme, clove, sage, and rosemary.
In the Belgian study, the scientists focused on oregano, thyme, and basil, and examined the whole spice leaves rather than their essential oils. Their research showed that commercial thyme had the highest amounts of phenols, whereas basil had a concentration that was six times lower than that of thyme. Commercial oregano contained about two-thirds the phenol content of thyme, while Greek oregano was about as potent as commercial thyme. The primary phenol in all the spices tested was rosmarinic acid, a powerful antioxidant. Laboratory studies have shown that rosmarinic acid is as potent inhibitor of angiogenesis, possibly through its antioxidant activity. The findings from these studies indicate that Mediterranean spices, particularly, thyme and oregano, are rich in cancer-fighting polyphenols and should be incorporated into a healthy diet. By Roderick Smith, M.S.


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I also an not overly fond but have included it in several kinds of stir fry...
Then I chop it very fine and put it in the freezer last summer and use it in omelets sauté with onion and sweet pepper also chopped very fine and whe soft, stir in an egg and one white and my spices and enjoy ...favorite always has a little cheese on top but the Gouda and edam just are not the same as sharp cheddar...tastes and experimenting continue change in life!

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We actually have a Japanese restaurant down the street. I've not gone there yet. I think I have a reason now. Teppanyaki. I feel safer eating their version first. Maybe they'll have something besides sushi with seaweed. ; )

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I like to eat the eggplant in a Japanese dish called Teppanyaki, which is basically veggies grilled on flattop grills, that are widely used to cook food in front of guests at Japanese restaurants.

The Teppanyaki is a mixture of veggies like eggplant, onions, mushrooms, zucchini, bell peppers, etc., and cubed fish or meat or chicken, grilled. The mixture is served with the Japanese dressing. It's just a delicious and healthy way to eat AA.
Also, the dressing contains ginger, soy sauce and tahini (the sesame butter).

The Ratatouille is also the dish that includes eggplant and is really good.



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Okay. Eggplant has never shown me enough to cook it myself. Fried eggplant is always limp and greasy. And it seems nondescript when layered in a kind of noodle-less lasagna type casserole.

So, what kinds of healthy eggplant recipes can you recommend?

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Facebook source on Eggplant...makes me smile since this is another veggie that we grow

Strong Evidence to Add Purple Eggplant to a Chemopreventative Diet
Summary: Anthocyanins are plant pigments that are known to have anti-cancer and antiangiogenic activity. One type of anthocyanin, called nasunin, is concentrated in the skins of purple eggplant. In a series of experiments, Japanese researchers have shown that nasunin is antiangiogenic, which means that it can inhibit the growth of abnormal blood vessels that is characteristic of many diseases, including cancer.
Anthocyanins are a pigmented type of plant polyphenol found in many fresh fruits and vegetables, and which give these foods their deep purple, blue and red colors. Anthocyanins have a number of important anti-cancer activities, including their ability to suppress angiogenesis, or the growth of new blood vessels. Angiogenesis is an important process in several major diseases, including cancer, cardiovascular disease, and eye diseases that occur in the elderly and in people with diabetes.
For this reason, there is significant medical interest in foods naturally rich in anthocyanins. Examples of foods and beverages rich in anthocyanins include purple and red cabbages, purple potatoes, grapes and berries, red wine, and purple grape juice. Less well known is the presence of anthocyanins in purple eggplant. The major pigment anthocyanin in eggplant skins is nasunin. While nasunin has known antioxidiant activity—the ability to remove toxic free radicals from the blood and tissues—it has not been known whether it also inhibits angiogenesis. To find out, Japanese researchers tested the antiangiogenic potency of nasunin derived from the peels of purple eggplant using several standard laboratory assays for angiogenesis.
The scientists showed that nasunin inhibits the proliferation of endothelial cells, the cells that form the inner lining of blood vessels. Proliferation of endothelial cells is the earliest step in tumor angiogenesis that occurs in many forms of cancer. Nasunin also suppressed the growth of tiny capillaries from segments of rat aortas, another standard angiogenesis test. Nasunin did not, however, have a significant impact on the growth of capillary tubes made from endothelial cells, called the Tube Formation Assay. Although the mechanisms by which plant polyphenols inhibit angiogenesis are complex and not fully understood, this study indicates that nasunin found in purple eggplant could be a useful antiangiogenic compound, both as a chemopreventive food and as a candidate for pharmacological research.
By Roderick Smith, M.S.
References Matsubara K, et al. Antiangiogenic activity of nasunin, an antioxidant anthocyanin, in eggplant peels. J Agric Food Chem 2005;53:6272-6275.


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Linda, I shut down my Facebook account last fall when they started getting proprietary with my pictures.

This is not new info. Gouda, Jarlsberg, Emmenthal, and Edam are the 4 cheeses which have been on this list since I've been aware of it.

Did you receive the grocery list from me yesterday? These cheeses are on it, and you can also follow the link to the Eat to Defeat Full Food list from our Awesome Resources further down the page.

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Are others following the FACEBOOK site? This one posted today -DH read it and liked the idea of more cheese...will study it closer and see specifics.

Eat To Defeat Cancer ...Good news for cheese lovers! It's packed with vitamin K2, which is associated with significantly lower risks for lung cancer and prostate cancer, and has been shown to inhibit tumor blood vessel growth (angiogenesis). Certain cheeses, such as Swiss Emmental, Norwegian Jarlsberg, and Dutch Gouda, have particularly high concentrations of vitamin K2! Get the details here: http://www.eattodefeat.org/evidence/177/vi
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Thanks Linda! Sesame seeds haven't appeared on the full food list as yet (on their web page) but the link goes to an article on seamin, and at the bottom left there is a link that goes to the food evidence page for sesame seeds.

So, thanks to LinkaF49, we know we can now add sesame seeds to our anti-angiogenic food lists.

The article showed great promise for possible preventing especially, breast cancer.

I will need to research a little more, because those macrophages are something they monitor for my type of cancer. I would be able to relax a little if I knew eating some more of that tahini I have in my refrigerator was going to put the macrophages in their place.

Now I need to figure out what to do with tahini.



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Eat To Defeat Cancer [Facebook April 18, 2013.
SUPER FOOD: Sesame Seeds Studies have shown that sesamin--a compound in these seeds-- inhibits the proliferation of a wide variety of tumor cells such as leukemia, multiple myeloma, and cancers of the colon, prostate and breast (just to name a few).
So go ahead! Nibble on some sesame seeds, sprinkle them in your salads, and learn more about this super food here: http://www.eattodefeat.org/food/1299/sesam
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I'm not sure where the recipe is that you're referring to. if it's one of ours here on the team, we are learning.

And then what we learn is that Dr. Li and the people at Eat to Defeat outside of Sparkdom aren't saying to ONLY eat anti-angiogenic foods. Though you probably could.

What Dr. Li suggests in the video is to try for one meal a day where everything you eat IS on the AA list. I feel that is because he says the foods are synnergistic, enhancing the potency of each as they are combined (like in the tea blend)

So we have people trying all different variations on a theme. Some are just trying to eat more foods off the list. Others are trying for as many AA ingredients as possible at one meal. And then others like me work hard to have as many AA ingredients as possible at all meals.

I don't know of anyone who is trying to eat ONLY anti-angiogenic foods.

The list is very light on grains. I try for crackers that have flax in them. I use whole grains. I also eat bananas and pineapple which aren't on the list, and probably a few other things that aren't coming to mind right now. Oh, I know: cheese. I only buy the 4 cheeses on the list, and I don't eat them often.

But I break all my rules and purchase laughing cow lite processed cheese and once in a while, I use that instead of going hog wild on purchased dip. I think I go to that when I'm either wanting or needing some salt.

My plan is to start looking for a way to turn Chobani Greek Yogurt into a dip that will make me happy without a lot of salt or processed ingredients. I'm wondering about pulverizing some dried veggies and adding them and roasted garlic to the yogurt. We'll see.

Does this help?



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I notice one of the recipes has pumpkin seeds but they are not on the list?

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If you come up with any great combinations that you like, be sure to share in the recipe forum. Welcome!!

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Thank you, I printed the list

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