[Live Cooking Class] Foods and Breast Cancer Survival—Sign Up Today! & Cancer-Crushing Mixed Berry Smoothie Recipe


Do you have a family history of breast cancer or any other cancers like I do?

Are you worried cancer could be genetic and you have no control over it?

Confused about the role of soy and other foods in breast cancer?

Looking for a proactive way to reduce your risk of getting cancer?


Then join me October 7, 2020 from 4-6 PM Pacific Time for Foods and Breast Cancer Survival and learn how cancer can be more about what’s on your plate than what’s in your DNA! This amazing, no Trimazing! class can truly save your life, your breasts, and the lives of the people you love. You have the power to reduce cancer risk!

Learn steps you can take right now to reduce your risk of breast cancer. And if you’ve been diagnosed with or treated for breast cancer, this information can improve your survival! Here’s what you’ll get:

  • Current research on improving breast cancer prevention and survival
  • How your diet and exercise can significantly reduce breast cancer risk
  • Four-Pronged Approach to Beat Breast Cancer
  • Recipes for easy and fabulous cancer-crushing dishes
  • And I’m doing a live cooking demo to show you how!
Everyone who attends has a chance to win a copy of Breasts: The Owner’s Manual by Dr. Kristi Funk, Sheryl Crow’s awesome breast cancer doctor! Meet Dr. Funk  in this video and learn more details about my Foods and Breast Cancer Survival class, October 7th:

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Trimazing! is here to support you. Watch for information all month in the Trimazing! Blog, Facebook, and Instagram, with tips on cancer prevention, Let’s Beat Breast Cancer promotions, and more delicious recipes to fuel your body and fight cancer!


And Take the Pledge to Beat Breast Cancer to get a FREE e-cookbook full of phenomenal plant-based recipes and enter for a chance to win an amazing prize package from Vitamix, Mary’s Gone Crackers, Rancho Gordo Beans, and more!

Cancer-Crushing Mixed Berry Smoothie

Simple, wholesome ingredients! Kale, soy milk, mixed frozen berries, frozen bananas, half an orange, and ground flax.

Smoothies are a great way to sneak in more beneficial vegetables and seeds into our diet. I love how kale and flax meal just disappears into this luscious fruity drink! All you taste are bananas, oranges, and berries—it’s a great way to get more greens into your kids (or yourself)!

No one will know there’s a giant handful of kale in this delicious smoothie!

This smoothie is a great way to start your morning off right with greens. And full of cancer-fighting compounds from soy, berries, flax, and kale! Drink up or freeze into popsicles for an easy treat and Crush Cancer!
And don’t forget to register for Foods and Breast Cancer Survival! Join like-minded people who enjoy cooking (and eating). We have a blast, having fun while we learn! Past students have lost weight, lowered their cholesterol, improved their fitness, reduced their waist and waste, and come back for additional classes to learn even more! I can’t wait to meet you and learn about your success after taking a Trimazing! class.

Click the image to register TODAY!

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Cancer-Crushing Mixed Berry Smoothie

Frozen berries in smoothies add fiber, taste, and iciness, not to mention a hefty dose of cancer-fighting compounds. We give this delicious smoothie an added boost of cancer-crushing power with soy milk, flax seed, and kale!
Course Breakfast/Brunch, Dessert, Drinks, Snack
Cuisine Alcohol-Free, Gluten-Free, Kids, Nut-Free, Soy-Free
Keyword Bananas, Berries, Flax Seed, Kale, Orange
Servings 4
Author Cindy Thompson, MS, NBC-HWC | Trimazing! Health & Lifestyle Coaching


  • 1 banana fresh or frozen
  • 1 cup frozen mixed berries (raspberries, blueberries, strawberries, etc.)
  • 1 ½ cups soy milk or other nondairy milk of choice
  • ½ orange peeled
  • 1 tbsp ground flax seed
  • 1 handful kale or other dark leafy greens, like collards, spinach, etc.


  • Place all ingredients in a blender. Blend at high speed until smooth, stopping and moving unblended fruit into the center with a spatula or tamper.
  • Serve immediately or pour into popsicle molds for a healthy and delicious icy treat any time!

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