The smoothies in this section have been specifically selected for their cancer-preventing fruity ingredients, like apples, red grapes, cranberries, and more. While many of them could be enjoyed during cancer treatment, some may contain ingredients that might counteract with drugs, so that’s why I have a separate section just for smoothies during treatment. Fruit smoothies are a great choice for breakfast, though they can also serve as refreshing treats on hot summer days.
Fruity Smoothies (For Cancer Prevention)
Red grapes are naturally quite sweet, so you don’t need any added sugar in this smoothie, unless you count a handful of raspberries, which are packed with cancer-preventing antioxidants. You can use fresh or frozen. The yogurt thickens the smoothie and adds protein.
¼ cup water
½ cup plain nonfat Greek yogurt
1 cup red seedless grapes
½ cup fresh or frozen raspberries
½ small frozen banana
Pour water into your blender. Add yogurt, then grapes and raspberries. Top with banana. Blend until smooth.
Total calories: 246