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The Doctors welcome surgical breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk, who has spent her career in the fight against cancer, to share a smoothie recipe that she says may help prevent cancer.
"I'm convinced that this is the most cancer kicking beverage on earth," she says.
The smoothie is full of amazing healthy ingredients including: soy milk (which she says can decrease "bad" estrogen), leafy greens, berries (which she says can fight free radicals in the body), amla - the powdered form of the Indian Gooseberry, curcumin or turmeric, pepper, flaxseeds, dates (which Dr. Funk says contains healthy fiber), bananas, cinnamon, aloe vera gel, and green tea or matcha powder.
After tasting the smoothie, ER physician Dr. Travis Stork says he "loves" it and plans on drinking it on a regular basis.
This recipe, along with many more, is featured in Dr. Funk's book, “Breasts: The Owner’s Manual.” For the recipe, click here and scroll down.