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Cervical Cancer Fighting Smoothies and Other Drinks (Recipes)

Eager to learn how to make healthy smoothies and other drinks that can help reduce your risk of getting cervical cancer? The drink recipes in this section rely on ingredients that deliver significant doses of potentially cervical fighting antioxidants and nutrients. But before you get started with the recipes, you may want to explore the page Diet for Cervical Cancer Prevention and the page Best Foods for Fighting Cervical Cancer for more general information about diet and cervical cancer.

Grape Juice and Raspberry Smoothie

This anti-cancer smoothie features red grape juice and raspberries, both of which are touted for their anti-cancer properties and other health benefits. Sunflower seeds – which are supercharged with a slew of healthy minerals – and turmeric powder – which is believed to have strong anti-cancer and anti-bacterial qualities – are added to the mix to further enhance its health-protecting properties.

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Scandinavian Blueberry Soup

In Scandinavia, blueberry soup is a popular treat that can be served warm as an appetizer or chilled as a dessert. But the benefits of blueberry soup extend far beyond its culinary use. In a laboratory test conducted by USDA researchers, wild blueberries were ranked number one in terms of antioxidant capacity over 40 other tested fruits, berries, and vegetables. The antioxidant activity of wild blueberries was shown to be even stronger than that of cranberries, raspberries, strawberries, plums, or cultivated blueberries.
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Catechin-Rich Ice Tea

Catechins found in green tea have been shown to possess strong anti-cancer properties. This cervical cancer fighting drink recipe uses loose tea leaves and advises a relatively long brewing time, both of which improve the release of catechins from green tea leaves. Lemon juice, rich in vitamin C, further improves the availability of catechins.
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Green Tea Mango Blast

This recipe pairs green tea with mango to create a smoothie that is supercharged with antioxidant and anti-cancer compounds.
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Blood Orange and Raspberry Smoothie

This anti-cervical cancer smoothie pairs resfreshing blood orange juice with sweet raspberries. Both blood oranges and raspberries get their beautiful red color from anthocyanins, flavonoid pigments that with powerful antioxidant and anti-cancer properties. To maximize its full health-giving potential, this recipe also calls for flaxseed oil which is rich in alpha-linolenic acid, a type of omega-3 fatty acid. Evidence suggests that alpha-linolenic acid can induce apoptosis (self-destruction) in cervical cancer and breast cancer cells, without damaging non-cancerous cells.
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Cranberry & Grape Smoothie for Cancer Prevention (and More!)

This gorgeous, super-healthy drink contains purple grapes, cranberry juice, and organic strawberries, all of which are rich in compounds that have been shown to fight cancer cells in test tubes. This smoothie also features chia seeds which, according to these studies, might help prevent breast and cervical cancers.
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Raspberry Blueberry Smoothie (with Rice Milk)

This smoothie combines blueberries and raspberries, two delicious berries that are at the top of the list of anti-cancer foods.
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Want More Recipes?

For more recipes that may help lower your odds of developing cervical cancer, go to the main recipe directory of's Guide to Preventing Cervical Cancer.