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पौष्टिक कैंसर ब्रेकफास्ट सुबह का नाश्ता - हिन्दी में पढ़ें (Cancer Breakfast recipes in Hindi)
કેન્સરના દર્દીઓ માટે પૌષ્ટિક બ્રેકફાસ્ટ - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો (Cancer Breakfast recipes in Gujarati)

Breakfast for Cancer patients, Healthy Veg Cancer Breakfast Recipes

Breakfast for Cancer patients, Healthy Veg Cancer Breakfast Recipes. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. You have been fasting through the night. You need to give your body a kick start with right nutrients to sustain throughout the later part of the day. Breakfast boosts your energy levels providing you the ability to perform all your chores. Your main aim should be to keep your weight constant – neither lose nor gain weight. Both are equally harmful. You need to start your day with recipes that are rich in protein and energy as well as fiber and antioxidants from fruits and veggies.

Broccoli SoupBroccoli Soup

Healthy Grains & Flours for Cancer Breakfast

Nutritionists recommend adding whole cereals to make up for your calorie requirement. Reach out for jowarbajrabuckwheatragioats and barley, quinoa, amaranth while avoiding the refined flour (maida) in the form of breads and biscuits. 

Buckwheat Groats Strawberry Porridge, Healthy BreakfasBuckwheat Groats Strawberry Porridge, Healthy Breakfast

Choose a main dish like the Jowar and Vegetable PorridgeHigh Fiber Chilas or Buckwheat Groats Strawberry Porridge. Well, the flours of these grains are also not a bad choice. You can combine different flours available in your pantry and create a Multiflour Roti or thalipeeth like Jowar Bajra Besan Thalipeeth

Jowar Bajra Besan ThalipeethJowar Bajra Besan Thalipeeth

Since cancer patients often experience loss of appetite, it is best they enjoy a portion size that suits them individually. Do not eat very less that the purpose of breakfast doesn’t get fulfilled and do not go overboard in first meal of the day too. 

High Fibre ChilasHigh Fibre Chilas

Protein – A Good Choice for Cancer Breakfast

You know that your cells and tissues are being destroyed at a faster pace. So you need to stock up on protein on daily basis for sure. Remember you are what you eat. A good amount of protein intake will help in decreased risk of infections further and help in gradual recovery of cells as well. 

Methi Moong Dal DhoklaMethi Moong Dal Dhokla

Good vegetarian sources of protein include dals, pulses, sprouts, dairy foods like curd and paneer and nuts. Explore the culinary world with these ingredients and go healthy. We suggest options like Methi Moong Dal Dhokla and Sprouts Pancakes.  

Sprouts PancakesSprouts Pancakes

Combining a cereal like a rice with a pulse like a dal enhance the protein availability of the food. Our ancestral method of cooking khichdi is a classic example of this ideal combo. But khichdi is definitely not a good breakfast option. We have some ideas for breakfast here – Adai, Moong Dal Dosa and Kanchipuram Idli

Kanchipuram IdliKanchipuram Idli

Non-vegetarians can experiment with eggs to create recipes like Egg Bhurji. 

Vegetables are Not to be Skipped for Cancer Breakfast

Vegetables are not just to make subzis in a kadhai. A health conscious will look out for all means to add it to anything cooked at home. Yes, breakfast should also include all kinds of veggies that you love - be it capsicum, green peas, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower etc. 

Cabbage Pancakes, Mini Cabbage Pancakes, Quick PancakesCabbage Pancakes, Mini Cabbage Pancakes, Quick Pancakes

Veggies are a good source of vitamins and minerals necessary for all body functions. The top up antioxidants to your meals which will help you fight cancer cells by way of building your immune cells ( white blood cells). 

Oats Mutter Dosa ( Fibre Rich Recipe )Oats Mutter Dosa ( Fibre Rich Recipe )

Be a little more creative to please your taste buds daily. Try and cook options like Oats Mutter Dosa, Vegetable Oats Pancake and Broccoli Paratha. Cooking and serving creatively is a means of tempting one to eat what you have cooked. 

Fruits are Definitely Healthiest Addition to Cancer Breakfast

Fruits – just the name itself puts off many. Though there are many fruits to explore, each one of us love only a few of them. No problem, continue with the fruits you like. But ensure you eat at least one new fruit for breakfast. In fact in a day target to eat at least 3 to 4 fruits.

Amla Ginger JuiceAmla Ginger Juice

Have oranges, sweet lime, strawberries, grapefruit, amla, guava etc. for vitamin C; banana for potassium; peach, mango and papaya for vitamin A and avocado for other antioxidants like lutein. Try something so simple as Healthy Guava Snack.

Avocado Grapefruit and Strawberry SaladAvocado Grapefruit and Strawberry Salad

If you are experiencing nausea, very commonly seen in cancer patients, try making a juice by combining 3 to 4 fruits and keep sipping on it. This will help to get your share of nutrients and overcome nausea and vomiting symptoms  too. Strawberry, Pineapple and Orange Juice is one such recipe you can try. This bright orange coloured drink is sure to please your eyes and throat both. 

Orange Oat Coconut SmoothieOrange Oat Coconut Smoothie

Nuts & Seeds for Cancer Breakfast

Almonds and walnuts also known as badam and akhrot respectively are among the top healthy nuts for you. Amongst the seeds opt for sunflower seeds, chia seeds and flax seeds. They provide you the necessary omega-3 fatty acids which can help reduce inflammation and fight cancer. 

Walnut and Cherry Tomato SaladWalnut and Cherry Tomato Salad

You don’t need to cook something special with these nuts. Just form a habit to pop 6 to 8 nuts before beginning your breakfast. The seeds can be added to porridge, rotis or parathas you make. We have shown the use of flax seeds in Oats Flax Seeds Roti.  

Oats Flax Seeds Roti, Low Salt RecipeOats Flax Seeds Roti, Low Salt Recipe

And if you missed adding them to breakfast on some days, do not worry. Eat them between meals as a small snack. 

Cancer Breakfast for Loss of Appetite

The answer is SMOOTHIE. It has fruit for antioxidants and fiber and curd for protein. Make it energy dense by choosing pulpy fruits like papaya, banana, peach, pear, apple and so on… 

Oats Apple Almond Milk Healthy SmoothieOats Apple Almond Milk Healthy Smoothie

If you are in to do some unique trials, do look into our tested recipe of Oats Apple Almond Milk Healthy Smoothie. This includes a cereal and a portion of nuts too. So this is a complete breakfast you can offer yourself on days you have a low appetite, which is very common in those suffering from cancer. 

Papaya Pear and Yoghurt SmoothiePapaya Pear and Yoghurt Smoothie

Few more healthier smoothie concoctions are Papaya Pear and Yoghurt Smoothie (makes use of sunflower seeds) and Peach Yoghurt Smoothie (makes use of chia seeds). 

Try and avoid adding sugar please. It’s your biggest enemy and best friends of cancer cells. Add dates, raisins, prunes if you like your smoothie little sweet. 

Oats and Dates Kheer, Healthy Indian Dessert Without SugarOats and Dates Kheer, Healthy Indian Dessert Without Sugar

START YOUR CHOICE OF BREAKFAST HERE…..

Enjoy our Breakfast for Cancer patients, Healthy Veg Cancer Breakfast Recipe and other cancer recipe articles. 



Aliv Nutri Paratha recipe
Aliv or garden cress seed is a real treasure-trove of nutrients, and a must have in every kitchen. This little-known Indian food is one of the best vegetarian sources of iron, and is worth including in the diet, whether as a powder or in seed form. This delicious Aliv Nutri Paratha is a great wa ....
Oats Flax Seeds Roti, Low Salt Recipe recipe
Here is a chatpata roti, with a homely texture and tongue-tickling taste that are sure to steal your heart. The Oats Flax Seeds Roti features an absolutely healthy mix of ingredients, especially beneficial for those with high blood pressure because the beta glucagon in oats helps to keep both bl ....
Vegetable Oats Pancake recipe
Oats can be used to make more than just porridge! Mix them with carrots and spinach to prepare these colourful, low calorie pancakes that are as nutritious as well as innovative. Oats are rich in the beta-glucan enzyme which helps to lower blood cholest ....
Cooked Rice Pancake recipe
Here is a great way to convert last night’s leftover rice into a healthy breakfast! Cooked Rice Pancakes are made with a batter of cooked rice bound together with besan. The addition of veggies brings in crunch along with nutrients while green chillies and coriander add a flavourful touch. Serve wit ....
Kanchipuram Idli recipe
Kanchipuram is famous for more than silk sarees! In fact, this special savoury idli got its name from that small town in Tamil Nadu. It is offered at the Sri Varadharaja Swamy Temple, and food-lovers are generally prepared to even withstand the hardships of a long queue to buy the prasad of tast ....
Oats Idli recipe
Although the original idli itself is quite nutritious, this innovative version is even more wholesome and filling. Oats idli replaces rice with oats, to help reduce the fat content and keep cholestero ....
Healthy Guava Snack recipe
Also known as Chilli Guava, this recipe is part and parcel of our childhood memories! This Healthy Guava Snack is crunchy and super tasty, while also being extremely nutritious, which makes it a wonderful snack for kids and adults alike! Guava is a very good source of
High Fibre Chilas recipe
Chila is a tasty and time-tested snack, perfect for breakfast. It gives a lot of room for innovation too, as you can add your favourite veggies, greens or other ingredients to make it as exciting as you want. Here, these scrumptious pancakes are made using buckwheat, which is extremely high in fibre ....
Muesli (  Healthy Breakfast) recipe
Muesli is a balanced combination of cereals, dry fruits and fresh fruits. It is a complete breakfast by itself as it contains a good dose of protein, calcium, iron, fibre, vitamins and antioxidants. You can mix up all the dry ingredients and stock it in an air-tight container, so you just need to ad ....
Broccoli Paratha ( Tiffin Treats) recipe
Your kids will not want anything to accompany this tasty dish. This unique Broccoli Paratha has the brilliant flavour of mixed herbs, chilli flakes and pepper. While the flavour is out of the world when served fresh, it fortunately stays nice in the tiffin box too for at least 4 to 5 hours. So, on s ....
Sprouts Pancakes recipe
A thoughtful mélange of moong sprouts and veggies, this dish is not just easy to put together but also a real culinary and visual treat! When you are bored of eating plain moong sprouts, turn to this delicacy. Moong sprouts contain a horde of nutrients like
Oats Mutter Dosa ( Fibre Rich Recipe ) recipe
This instant dosa batter is packed with protein and fibre. Oats must be consumed daily for its high content of soluble fibre ‘beta-glucan’, a potent blood sugar and cholesterol-lowering agent. The addition of urad dal and carrots make the dosas rich in protein and vitamin a too. Prepare this instant ....
Green Pea Poha, Matar Poha recipe
Iron-rich poha is an all-time favourite breakfast recipe, especially in Maharashtra. In fact, poha can be had any time – packed in a box, a snack on the move, or a tea-time accompaniment. While you might be familiar with the common
Buckwheat Groats Strawberry Porridge, Healthy Breakfast recipe
Buckwheat groats are the hulled seeds of the buckwheat plant. The tiny triangular seed is a treasure-trove of nutrients, which you must try to include in your diet. You can roast it and add to cereal mixes and salads, or make a tasty porridge out of it. Perked up with strawberry, a tinge of cinn ....
Moong Dal Dosa, Healthy Pregnancy Recipe recipe
The cereal and pulse combination makes this recipe a good source of quality protein. These thin, crisp dosas made of moong dal and rice make a terrific breakfast especially during your fir ....
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