There’s a phrase that became famous in the computer world called G.I.G.O.
It means “Garbage In, Garbage Out.” Basically, if you put bad information into a computer system, you’ll get bad information out of it.
When it comes to what you put in your body, I might want to modify that to say, “Garbage in, and it will create all sorts of havoc as it stays in your body.”
Here’s the reality, what you feed, grows.
If we are feeding our bodies with chemicals and toxins, disease and bacteria will grow inside of us. However, if we are nourishing our bodies with organic fruits, vegetables, and grass-fed and finished meats, life abounds.
As I researched the correlation between food and cancer, I immediately decided to revamp my diet. I eliminated all sugar (including honey and maple syrup), caffeine, grains, gluten, alcohol, and most dairy products.
The dairy that I did eat was very limited and was only organic, raw dairy. My diet primarily consisted of fresh vegetable juice, veggies, healthy fats, and some lean proteins like turkey and some wild-caught fish. I alternated between two juices every day. My first juice was eight ounces total of red cabbage, kale, romaine lettuce, green bell pepper, swiss chard, and lemon. The second juice was eight ounces of ¼ green apple and carrots. I alternated between the two for a total of thirteen times a day. I was also advised to eat a cup of fresh okra every day because of its powerful cancer-fighter properties! I also had one whole beet, three times a week while incorporating the Budwig Protocol (which can be found in the resources section of my eBook, “From Cancer to Victory”)
The first step in nourishing your body is to flood it with micronutrients. Micronutrients are going to be vitamins and minerals that can only be found in living foods.
As I mentioned before, I went into this battle with the mindset of a champion, so my approach to this was nothing short than intense! I invested in a juicer and I began juicing thirteen times a day. I went through three juicers in just a matter of one year.
Extreme? Maybe. But the fact is that when I changed my diet and replaced the things wreaking havoc in my body with foods that carried life, I knew it was working because three months later there were no more signs of cancer.
Did you hear what I just said? After being given only a year to live, I was cancer-free in just three months!
So yes, it really does matter what we put in our body.