For years I struggled with digestive issues, ranging from tummy aches to indigestions, gassiness, irregular bowel movements and diarrhea, to fogginess and lack of desire for life. Nobody was able to identify what caused all these symptoms and after years of struggle I was diagnosed with colon cancer at the age of 38.
Doctors were very surprised of the occurrence of cancer at such a young age, but couldn’t make any recommendations on how to prevent this from occurring in the future or what led to this condition in the first place.
To my surprise, a few more colon polyps were discovered 6 months later, which fortunately didn’t yet turn into cancer. Still no medical advice received on diet/lifestyle changes, although it was becoming obvious that some imbalance was triggering the occurrence of these polyps.
Not only did I have recurring colon polyps, but my digestive problems kept coming back. Eating, for me, was like playing the lottery. I never knew when or what was going to make me feel bad again and I started to feel discouraged. I was tired of feeling sick and helpless. I went through numerous tests to identify the culprit, but there was nothing obvious going on.
I was looking for alternative answers from my doctors, but then I realized that’s just outside of their scope of practice. So, I decided that I will fight for my own health and do all I can to prevent the cancer from coming back. I started my own journey of researching possible causes and holistic cures for colon cancer and digestive issues and ended up changing my diet and my life for the better.
Only a couple of weeks after I changed my diet I felt like a veil came off my eyes and I suddenly felt awake, focused and energized.
One year later not only did I have no more colon polyps popping up, but I have progressively restored my digestive balance, improved my alertness and felt alive again. I knew this is what everybody should feel like and we should not settle for less than feeling great every day! No more guessing about what to eat, wondering whether or not I will feel tired and sick a few hours later. No more worries for every follow-up colonoscopy or CT scan, wondering whether or not the cancer relapsed or spread somewhere else.
I now feel healthy, happy and alive, and I want to share this state of wellbeing with others.