1 week ago
12 February, 2024
If you can, use organic ingredients for this recipe. Although we are unsure whether eating organic food reduces breast cancer risk, organic food contains less pesticide residue. We know that certain pesticides are linked to breast cancer risk, so we recommend eating organic food whenever possible. Read more on pesticides here.
180g (½ cup) rolled or quick oats
2 ripe bananas – mashed
½ tsp baking powder
Vegetable oil for cooking
Why this is good for you
Oats are a great source of fibre and nutrients; adopting a high-fiber diet can help you feel fuller for longer and is also associated with a decreased risk of breast cancer.
These healthy pancakes are made without added sugar. The World Health Organisation (WHO) recommends limiting our intake of added sugar to reduce the risk of unhealthy weight gain and tooth decay. Being obese or overweight also increases breast cancer risk in men and postmenopausal women.
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