I am a stage 4 rectal cancer survivor (cancer free since June 2011), motivational speaker, healthy food advocate/activist, vegan, practicing Buddhist, ostomate, and well-being coach.
I did a great deal of research to find out why I got cancer and then how to get well while I was recovering from my illness. In a nutshell — I am positive that I got cancer from eating foods that were genetically modified (there is now scientific evidence confirming that). I chose to get conventional treatment, but included alternative treatments as well. I stopped eating all processed foods. I became vegan literally overnight. I juiced. I drank green smoothies. I took supplements and drank Noni juice daily. I still do all of the above and I am cancer free and feel great.
So what’s this blog about? In a nutshell, it’s about life after cancer, my thoughts about being a practicing Zen Buddhist, living vegan; dipped in occasional political discourse.
Its about my journey back to wellness.
Its my hope to inspire others to live life to their fullest. A Stage 4 diagnosis is only a number and not a death sentence. I am living proof.
* Anything I post here are only suggestions, and things I do to keep myself cancer-free, so if it doesn’t resonate with you — skip it.
***I am available for speaking engagements in the California area. Please email me for more information firstname.lastname@example.org/
**** I offer coaching (via Skype) for those interested in pursuing healthy life changes. One hour sessions are $50 suggested donation. Please email me to schedule an appointment or for more information email@example.com/
You can read more of my story at the American Cancer Society’s website