NOTE: This week, for an exclusive and limited amount of time, the print version of my upcoming new book “How I Beat Cancer” will be available through the Trinity Broadcast Network website. (The book won’t actually release in retail until later this summer)
The further I go in my journey of understanding how to overcome cancer, the more valuable discoveries I make in the process.
When I was diagnosed with cervical cancer in 2012, my story was one where I was incredibly able to be cancer-free in 90 days.
Since that time, I have made it my passion to learn all I can in order to not just stay cancer-free, but also to be as healthy as I can in the rest of my mind and body.
The pursuit has paid off.
In the summer of 2018, I decided (with the encouragement of my physician, Dr. Raymond Hilu) to spend two full weeks getting “re-treated” for any and all potential cancer threats in Marbella, Spain.
While I wasn’t diagnosed again with cancer, through routine in-depth blood analysis, Dr. Hilu and I would monitor my blood, and he had some concern that there were some new developments in my body, and, therefore, we decided that I would travel to his clinic in Europe to go through some protocol treatments.
It was completely worth it, and after re-testing following my trip to Spain, my levels are normal and healthy.
In the process of being there, I was able to understand that cancer isn’t necessarily a disease. For those of you who would take issue with that statement, I’m not trying to pick a fight.
However, I discovered that cancer is ultimately a result of four main areas:
3) Contamination (aka Toxins)
Rather than simply harping on the negative part of each of these areas, I found the liberating joy of beginning to address each of these areas in a healthy way in order to make a massive difference in my life. One of the main things that I now know is that genetics is actually a very small part in how cancer (and other diseases) take root and grow.
Think of each of these four areas as a leg on a table. We want all four legs to be sturdy (healthy) and in as much balance as possible.
This discovery has been amazing for me. In my case of visiting Dr. Hilu, through in-depth blood analysis and consultation, we were able to determine that stress in my life was creating a potential cancer threat in my body.
I’m not going to try and defend why I had been through an extended season of stress but let me say that I am now dealing with it so much better, and it’s making a wonderful and positive difference in my health.
In my case, stress was causing issue, but that doesn’t mean it’s the biggest culprit for everyone. The point though is that in each of the four areas (diet, stress, contamination and genetics) it is possible to identify the root cause(s) of cancer, and other diseases as well.
My hope and prayer is that you will want to have understanding as to how much of the effect cancer has on us long-term, actually is something we can control and help resolve.
My life is first-hand proof that we can overcome cancer.