Dealing with my Post-Cancer Life

Dealing with my Post-Cancer Life

A cancer diagnosis used to be an automatic death sentence. Well, thanks to amazing medical breakthroughs and more education on how nutrition and exercise can make a difference, survival rates are improving every single day. Cancer survivors are exploring their options with regard to recovery and avoiding reoccurrence. I am a patient at one of the largest cancer research hospitals in the nation. This hospital is consistency keeping their patients current on how to handle the effects of cancer and how certain foods can help us recover and live longer. Of course, juicing is on the highly recommended list of suggestions.

There are so many elements to a cancer diagnosis and it doesn’t end after a person has completed their treatment. Depending on the type of treatment administered, the physical and emotional effects can last for a very long time. One of the best ways to handle this is by being proactive and taking control over your health. I’m sure that you’ve heard food can be used as medicine. Well, I'm living proof that by changing how and what I ate, I am healthier now than I was pre-cancer.

As a NutriBullet success story, I have shared with many of my doctors and fellow patients how it has helped me deal with the effects of cancer and treatment. There’s no way I would keep this to myself! I love how it has assisted other patients in getting through their treatment and helped them transition into an “anti-cancer” post treatment lifestyle. I even have my nurse and oncologist using the NutriBullet! My oncologist is planning on buying one for his office to help them deal with the afternoon slump.

The effects of cancer and treatment are not pleasant, but they can be managed and the NutriBullet can help. Whether you have or have had an illness or are seeking to make necessary changes in your eating habits, you will not be disappointed in how the NutriBullet will help make it easier for you to consume more nutritious foods.

Original NutriBullet Show Testimonial, Cancer Survivor


Comments
Comment by GeorgiaM
December 27, 2015
As of 24 December 2012 I had a rare cancer called Thymoma Cancer. They removed my Thymus Gland, scraped my lung and my Aorta. When scraping my lung , the surgeon made a mistake and damaged my diaphragm nerve causing me the use of only one lung and unable to talk. I endured 38 Radiation treatments and Chemo 3 hrs every Friday. Had to go to ER twice because veins collapsed and I was dehydrated. During those 19 months of bed rest until the next surgeon who had to wait until my ribs fused together again, I gained nearly a hundred pounds !! I went from a size 1 to a size 1X !! The second surgeon repaired my damaged diaphragm nerve last year and I can now talk, breathe and raise my hand above my head but my muscles are still very weak and I don't have the energy I used to have but don't need anymore excess weight either. My husband just bought me this Nutri-Bullet for Christmas but with so many recipes, I have no idea which would be best for me. I'm 62 and also a disabled veteran who is now considered morbidly obese. Could someone PLEASE help me with a steadfast recipe to lose weight, without bloating and give me the added energy for weak muscles too ? I'm on a fixed income and can't afford these extra powders packets and Goji berries are out of my price range. I see all these comments but NO ANSWERS. I've registered and sent my email addy. Please help me get started. I would greatly appreciate it. Sweetgeorgia
I LIKE WHAT YOU HAVE TO SAY. I JUST GOT A NUTRIBULLET. I WANT TO FEEL BETTER. I WANT TO HEP ME GET TO FEELING FIT INSIDE. WHAT YOU SAY ABOUT CANCER PATIENTS HELPING THEMSELVES TO BE FIT..I WOULD REALLY LIKE TO TALK MORE TO YOU.
Comment by redbird007
January 18, 2015
Yes He will. He is the healing to our flesh. Amen
Comment by Addy
January 03, 2015
I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer and the cancer is in my bones, stage 4. My doctor told me that the cancer is "treatable but not curable." My husband bought me the nutriBullet for Christmas and I have begun an exercise program. I am 57 years old and I thought, why not try for wellness? Why should I go strictly by a doctors diagnose Miracles happen every day and the foods you eat do make a difference. So here I am trying for the healing power of food. And, I know God can cure me of these little dysfunctional cells.
Reply by Kodydog14
July 14, 2015
I feel the same way. We are what we eat and the food today is not like it use to be.We have to get the nutrients into our bodies. 1 out of 3 people should not be getting cancer. Its all the processed foods and the food not having the nutritional value anymore. Exercise and eating healthy are key to staying healthy. Good luck Addy. Hope you are able to fight this. I do believe in alternative medicine.
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