Well-Fed Me: Eat the rainbow to help prevent cancer

Filling your plate with a variety of different colored fruits and vegetables is not only important for maintaining a healthy lifestyle, it can also reduce your cancer risk. Toni Black, Clinical Nurse Manager at CHI Franciscan Health Highline Cancer Center

Filling your plate with a variety of different colored fruits and vegetables is not only important for maintaining a healthy lifestyle, it can also reduce your cancer risk. Toni Black, Clinical Nurse Manager at CHI Franciscan Health Highline Cancer Center shared how big a role nutrition plays in helping prevent cancer, while Susan Levy from Well-Fed Me shared a delicious recipe that makes it easy to "eat the rainbow."

Susan's ratatouille recipe can be found in CHI Franciscan Health's Heart Health booklet. For more information about the Well-Fed Me program, visit: FranciscanWellFedHeart.org

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