My My My Cancer Face, My My Cancer Face

That was me on Christmas Day December 2003 with a sweet handlebar moustache.

Unfortunately my Christmas present that year was colon cancer.

A week after this picture was taken I had surgery. The doctors took out a third of my large intestine and told me the cancer had spread. They said it was stage 3 and the next step was chemotherapy, which would give me a 50% chance of surviving another five years.

I opted not to take chemo and instead made drastic changes to my diet and lifestyle; and did every alternative therapy I could find.

Now, nearly 7 years later, I am cancer free and my wife and I have two beautiful daughters: Marin (5) and Mackenzie (2).

If I had taken chemotherapy there is a very real possibility that I would not be alive today and our two precious little girls would not either.

There is so much information out there about health and wellness that I had never been taught. And for good reason. Much of it is a threat to the lucrative profit machines of the food industry
and thecancer treatment industry.

We live in a toxic world and it is imperative that we re-educate ourselves on health and wellness and disease prevention. If you are sick, I want you to know that you have options.

I am not a doctor, but I am telling you from personal experience that there are powerful treatments that exist outside of the recommendations of your doctor.

You don’t have to follow the treatments prescribed to the masses.

You can take control of your health.

Everyone’s got a story to tell and knowledge to share.  This is mine:  what I did to beat cancer without chemo; what I believe to be true about health and wellness; as well as any new information I discover.

Get in touch and I will help you any way I can!



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