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Myeloma- Smoothie, Protein, Chia/Flax

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Another hint for making a Tasty Fruit Smoothie is to add  frozen fruit. I like my smoothie to be cold.

I am a long-term multiple myeloma survivor living with a host of long-term side effects including chemo brain, chemo-induced heart damage, risk of secondary cancers along with other collateral damage from aggressive conventional therapies taken when I was first diagnosed.

Maintaining good health is a high priority for me. The easiest, tastiest therapy are my breakfast Fruit Smoothie.

All sorts of studies cite nutrition and diet as a great way to either heal my side effects or prevent further damage (late stage side effects). The challenge is how to get healthy foods inside me while I manage my day.

One fast, easy, tasty nutritional therapy? Flax Meal + Chia Seeds , Protein Powder and fresh fruitin my smoothie every morning. For the record, I’m not a cook. Also, I don’t have much time to fix breakfast for both me and my high school aged son before I drive Alex to school.

I need a fast, simple way to get protein, fruits/veggies, Flax Meal + Chia Seeds , inside me and my son. I have found it easier to chop and add fruit with my morning smoothie. Adding veggies has always been a challenge for me. Flax Meal + Chia Seeds is my way of adding plant-based nutrition. Please read the study linked below the photo to learn about the awesome nutrition in chia/flax seeds.

The solution? I’ve been using a Magic Bullet since Christmas of 2013. The Magic Bullet is well reviewed on Amazon. I love it as do hundreds of users. The key is the ease of use and easy clean-up.

Chop up one banana, whatever other fruit you may have in the fridge, one scoop of Protein Powder, a scoop of chia/flax seeds and top it off with your favorite juice or coconut water. Keep in mind that Protein Powder usually tastes chalky. Be sure, therefore, to blend your Protein Powder with several fruits and add fruit juice or coconut water.

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David Emerson

  • Cancer Survivor
  • Cancer Coach
  • Director PeopleBeatingCancer

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Flax Meal + Chia Seeds are packed full of important nutrients – they are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids.

What are the health benefits of chia seeds?

“Despite their small size, chia seeds are packed full of important nutrients. They are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, which help to raise HDL cholesterol (the good cholesterol that helps protect against heart attack and stroke).

  1. Chia and the power of fiber:
  2. Treating diverticulosis
  3. Diabetes
  4. Digestion and detox”

The list of health benefits of omega-3 fatty acids (fish oil) listed below may seem endless. And it might seem impossible for daily dose of omega-3 fatty acids to provide all the of the health benefits below but its not.

I’m a long-term myeloma survivor living with chemobrain, chemo-induced heart damage, radiation-induced nerve damage and a risk of treatment related secondary cancers. I believe that omega 3 fatty acid supplementation helps me maintain my health each and every day.

I take one capsule daily of Life Extension Super Omega 3 EPA/DHA with Sesame Lignans and Olive Fruit to insure all I get all of the health benefits below and I encourage you to do so as well.

thank you,

David Emerson

  • Cancer Survivor
  • Cancer Coach
  • Director PeopleBeatingCancer

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