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Avocados contain insoluble fiber to help relieve constipation, a common side effect with anti-cancer drugs. It’s also a great source of heart-healthy monounsaturated fats.
Whole grain bread contains insoluble fiber. Insoluble fiber helps to draw water and add bulk within the small intestines, making it a great type of fiber for relieving constipation.
Aside from their crunch and fresh taste, radishes contain both insoluble and soluble fiber. The high lignan content, a type of insoluble fiber, makes them especially helpful in relieving constipation. They’re also high in polyphenols to help protect healthy cells.
Wash Hands Wash hands and all cooking surfaces with soap and warm water before beginning.
Toast Bread Toast whole grain bread.
Prepare Avocado Smash 1-2 slices of avocado on each slice of toast. Top with radish slices and salt and pepper.
Refrigerate & Store Store unused radishes and avocado in containers for up to 3 days in the refrigerator. Bread will keep, covered, for up to 3 days.
Wash Dishes Wash dishes in hot, soapy water. Sanitize cooking tools and surfaces, and thoroughly wash hands.
Replace the whole grain bread with a whole grain, gluten-free option
Look for pre-sliced radishes to minimize preparation time. It’s important to wash pre-cut items to prevent food borne illness.
Try using an avocado slicer to help make slicing the avocado easier.
Freeze unused bread slices for easy use later. Bread will keep frozen, in a freezer-safe bag, for up to 3 months.
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