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OK, the cat’s out of the bag. I drink a tea made from Slippery Elm Bark, Burdock Root, Sheep Sorrel and Blessed Thistle. It tastes like dirt. I eat a handful of pumpkin seeds, take multi-supplements and drink a glass of wine each day.
Why do I do this? I did it because it could cure my cancer and because it meant the difference between being able to stay on a clinical trial or not.
I bet my doctor is groaning as she reads this: “She thinks tea and wine are going to cure her. She’s a fruit loop! And I thought she was so sensible.”
Well, truth is, I don’t know of anyone, if told that eating something might keep their cancer away, wouldn’t at least try it. Diet may not be able to prevent cancer, or even cure it, but once you have cancer, it can make the world of difference to your life.
Before cancer, I never really thought about my diet in relation to my health. OK, sure, I knew I should eat my fruit and veggies, but I never really ate for a reason and I’d never actually been on a diet.
Oh no, I can feel the hate coming through the page, arggghhh! I’m sorry! I’m just one of those annoying people who have fast metabolisms and don’t put on weight.
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