He didn’t tell me anything I could do for the fibrocystic breast disease he had just diagnosed in me. No advice. Nothing to watch for. No preventive advice for breast cancer.
I was merely told to wait until it developed into cancer, then come back to the medical monolith where they, and only they, held the keys to saving my life.
Well, I just crossed my fingers and resolved never to touch my breasts again. I didn’t have any training or education regarding prevention or even rudimentary health concepts.
I had no idea what to do when I found my breast lumps. I felt I had been dismissed by the doctor and had pretty much resigned myself to “hurry up and wait” for the inevitable. But mostly, I just went into denial, waiting for the time bomb to go off.
I’m just like many of you, with the same problems, the same irritations, the same misinformation—having only minimal preventative health education for most of my early life.
But when I found my breast lumps, I was in a terrible state of mind. I was working one full-time job and three other “on the side” jobs, and I was constantly, beyond exhausted. If I stepped into any store, bank or office, and I saw a line that seemed longer than five minutes to get through, I left, because I couldn’t stand for longer than that. This was in my 20’s and early 30’s!
Many nights I would crawl up the stairs to my bedroom on my knees, fall into bed with my clothes on, and say to my five children, “Don’t look at me. Don’t talk to me. Don’t touch me. Don’t breathe on me." I would choose to sleep with a full bladder because I did not have the energy to get up and make the 20-foot trip to the bathroom. Some days I would fall asleep at the stoplights on my way to work in the morning....
About four years after finding my first breasts lumps––and going into denial, I met and married my husband, (Dr. Jack), who was aghast at the state of my health, diet and nutrition. He even hired a cook for us because he would not eat what I had been living on all my life!
So despite all my fear and denial, Jack began searching for a solution to my fibrocystic breast disease. He convinced me to join him on his quest, and we eventually discovered the forbidden information that helped me avoid developing breast cancer by literally melting the dozens of fibrocystic breast lumps I had.
Changing my diet and learning to use the right high-quality whole-food supplements altered the course of my life and our overall health and future wellness. I'm now 57 years old, free of lumps in my breasts and feeling great!
I want to share with you what has worked so well for me: