so after a friend and client of ours watched my pantry and fridge video, she printed out and brought in an anti-cancer shopping list for me that she saw on Dr. Oz.  many of the same foods that are in our pantry are on that list!  a few more to mention that i forgot to show you in the video are flaxseeds, which are in my freezer...you should by whole flaxseeds and grind them yourself as needed to add to baked goods or top hot cereals, and store the remainder in the freezer, also lots of great herbs and spices, currently i have ground ginger, tumeric, cinnamon, garlic powder, cheyanne pepper, coriander, nutmeg, italian seasoning, mustard and cumin seeds, and whole peppercorns.  tons of spices are super high in antioxidants!  i also forgot to mention canola oil, which is a great alternative to olive oil if you do not want to impart extra flavor to your food, i.e. baking.  olive oil is high in monounsaturated fatty acids and canola oil is high in polyunsaturated fatty acids, so it is good to have both!  here is the link to the list...thanks kendell!....anti-cancer shopping list

i think a lot of times people see these types of lists and think that it is so extreme that it will be too big of an undertaking for them and they give up...you do not have to go out and buy all the veggies and fruits that are on the list!!!  the only veggies i have in my fridge at the moment are kale, mustard greens, mixed baby greens, baby carrots, and celery.  each week i change it up, which is exactly what you should do!  you do not have to eat all those fruits and veggies every week!  pick 2 each week to try.  then change it up the next week.  variety is the key!