Snacks For Cancer Treatment
When going through cancer treatment, snacking is not only permissible but strongly encouraged. Smoothies make an excellent snack when your mouth is sore or you prefer odorless foods. A creamy cool smoothie can soothe the mouth and is an easy way to add nutrition. This velvety Peach Smoothie from Eating Well Through Cancer cookbook makes a great smoothie or even a cool soup!
can sliced peachesdrained, 14-ounce
nonfat vanilla Greek yogurt
orange juice or peach nectar
Calories 119, Calories from fat 0% Fat 0g Saturated Fat 0g Cholesterol 0mg Sodium 20mg Carbohydrate 24g Dietary Fiber 1g, Total Sugars 21g, Protein 5g Dietary Exchanges: 1 fruit, 1/2 fat-free milk Terrific Tip: Freeze extra smoothie to thaw for a quick snack another day. Frozen or fresh peaches may be substituted for canned. Serving Suggestion: Serve in mugs for a light refreshing quick snack or meal.
Chilled Peach Smoothie is Delicious Serving of Fruit
On a hot day, this refreshing Peach Smoothie recipe in Holly’s cancer cookbook, is perfect! It will quickly become a favorite. A quick smoothie is always a good way to sneak in extra fruit and veggies in your diet. The yellow-orange color of peaches indicates they are rich in beta-carotene, protecting the body against free radicals.
Freeze extra smoothie to thaw for a quick snack another day. Frozen or fresh peaches may be subsituted for canned. What’s great about Eating Well Through Cancer cookbook is it contains healthy easy recipes for everyone. As you see, this cold Peach Smoothie recipe is great for cancer patients but it is also refreshing on a hot summer day!
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