I had just watched my
        grandmother die of
               breast cancer in my
                        mother’s bed, when 
                                 I found my first breast lumps…

I was just 33 years old. I was terrified. I remember feeling two very hard lumps on my right breast and a big one under my arm. I sunk to the floor, panic-stricken. 

As soon as I could drag myself out of the shower and dry myself off, I called my sister, crying. 

Weeks earlier, I had been involved in a class in which we were taught to perform a breast self-exam. 

They passed around silicone models and had us feel the breast lumps inside them. I tentatively, quite reluctantly, felt them and tried to commit them to memory and also tried to NOT commit them to memory. 

I remember I was quite nervous to feel them, and quickly passed them on to the next woman. 

To say I was shocked when I found my breast lumps would be the understatement of a lifetime. Even though I had watched my grandmother pass away from breast cancer, you never think it will happen to you. 

I was a single mom of five children. I was awarded no alimony in my divorce and only received small sporadic child support. I had no one nearby to support me. 

My sister jumped on a plane and flew to be with me for my mammogram appointment so I wouldn’t have to go to this possibly, life-changing appointment by myself.

My appointment was a nightmare. I had a mammogram, which is an adventure all its own. Can I just say that smashing my breast to the size of a pancake and then subjecting it to radiation has never been on my bucket list...?

The radiologist was in a hurry (it was lunchtime), and he read my x-rays very quickly. He came dashing out of his room, sat me down, and said this to me: 

     “Mary, I stopped counting your breast lumps at 17. You have many more. But don’t worry, it’s just fibrocystic breast disease; every woman has it.” 
 
Then, he reached over, patted my knee, and said, 

     “Come back when it’s cancer.” 

And, whoosh, he was gone!
I was just 33 years old. I was terrified. I remember feeling two very hard lumps on my right breast and a big one under my arm. I sunk to the floor, panic-stricken. 

As soon as I could drag myself out of the shower and dry myself off, I called my sister, crying. 

Weeks earlier, I had been involved in a class in which we were taught to perform a breast self-exam. They passed around silicone models and had us feel the breast lumps inside them. I tentatively, almost reluctantly, felt them and tried to commit them to memory and also tried to NOT commit them to memory. I remember I was quite nervous to feel them, and quickly passed them on to the woman next to me. 

To say I was shocked when I found my breast lumps would be the understatement of a lifetime. Even though I had watched my grandmother pass away from breast cancer, you never think it will happen to you. 

I was a single mom of five children. I was awarded no alimony in my divorce and only received small sporadic child support. I had no one nearby to support me. 

My sister jumped on a plane and flew to be with me for my mammogram appointment, so I wouldn’t have to go to this possibly, life-changing appointment by myself.

My appointment was a nightmare. I had a mammogram, which is an adventure all its own. Can I just say that smashing my breast to the size of a pancake and then subjecting it to radiation has never been on my bucket list….

The radiologist was in a hurry (it was lunchtime), and he read my x-rays very quickly. He came dashing out of his room, sat me down, and said this to me: 

“Mary, I stopped counting your breast lumps at 17. You have many more. But don’t worry, it’s just fibrocystic breast disease; every woman has it.” 
 
Then, he reached over, patted my knee, and said, 

“Come back when it’s cancer.” 

And, whoosh, he was gone!
I was just 33 years old. I was terrified. I remember feeling two very hard lumps on my right breast and a big one under my arm. I sunk to the floor, panic-stricken. 

As soon as I could drag myself out of the shower and dry myself off, I called my sister, crying. 

Weeks earlier, I had been involved in a class in which we were taught to perform a breast self-exam. They passed around silicone models and had us feel the breast lumps inside them. I tentatively, almost reluctantly, felt them and tried to commit them to memory and also tried to NOT commit them to memory. I remember I was quite nervous to feel them, and quickly passed them on to the woman next to me. 

To say I was shocked when I found my breast lumps would be the understatement of a lifetime. Even though I had watched my grandmother pass away from breast cancer, you never think it will happen to you. 

I was a single mom of five children. I was awarded no alimony in my divorce and only received small sporadic child support. I had no one nearby to support me. 

My sister jumped on a plane and flew to be with me for my mammogram appointment, so I wouldn’t have to go to this possibly, life-changing appointment by myself.

My appointment was a nightmare. I had a mammogram, which is an adventure all its own. Can I just say that smashing my breast to the size of a pancake and then subjecting it to radiation has never been on my bucket list….

The radiologist was in a hurry (it was lunchtime), and he read my x-rays very quickly. He came dashing out of his room, sat me down, and said this to me: 

“Mary, I stopped counting your breast lumps at 17. You have many more. But don’t worry, it’s just fibrocystic breast disease; every woman has it.” 
 
Then, he reached over, patted my knee, and said, 

“Come back when it’s cancer.” 

And, whoosh, he was gone!
I was just 33 years old. I was terrified. I remember feeling two very hard lumps on my right breast and a big one under my arm. I sunk to the floor, panic-stricken. 

As soon as I could drag myself out of the shower and dry myself off, I called my sister, crying. 

Weeks earlier, I had been involved in a class in which we were taught to perform a breast self-exam. They passed around silicone models and had us feel the breast lumps inside them. I tentatively, almost reluctantly, felt them and tried to commit them to memory and also tried to NOT commit them to memory. I remember I was quite nervous to feel them, and quickly passed them on to the woman next to me. 

To say I was shocked when I found my breast lumps would be the understatement of a lifetime. Even though I had watched my grandmother pass away from breast cancer, you never think it will happen to you. 

I was a single mom of five children. I was awarded no alimony in my divorce and only received small sporadic child support. I had no one nearby to support me. 

My sister jumped on a plane and flew to be with me for my mammogram appointment, so I wouldn’t have to go to this possibly, life-changing appointment by myself.

My appointment was a nightmare. I had a mammogram, which is an adventure all its own. Can I just say that smashing my breast to the size of a pancake and then subjecting it to radiation has never been on my bucket list….

The radiologist was in a hurry (it was lunchtime), and he read my x-rays very quickly. He came dashing out of his room, sat me down, and said this to me: 

“Mary, I stopped counting your breast lumps at 17. You have many more. But don’t worry, it’s just fibrocystic breast disease; every woman has it.” 
 
Then, he reached over, patted my knee, and said, 

“Come back when it’s cancer.” 

And, whoosh, he was gone!
I was just 33 years old. I was terrified. I remember feeling two very hard lumps on my right breast and a big one under my arm. I sunk to the floor, panic-stricken. 

As soon as I could drag myself out of the shower and dry myself off, I called my sister, crying. 

Weeks earlier, I had been involved in a class in which we were taught to perform a breast self-exam. They passed around silicone models and had us feel the breast lumps inside them. I tentatively, almost reluctantly, felt them and tried to commit them to memory and also tried to NOT commit them to memory. I remember I was quite nervous to feel them, and quickly passed them on to the woman next to me. 

To say I was shocked when I found my breast lumps would be the understatement of a lifetime. Even though I had watched my grandmother pass away from breast cancer, you never think it will happen to you. 

I was a single mom of five children. I was awarded no alimony in my divorce and only received small sporadic child support. I had no one nearby to support me. 

My sister jumped on a plane and flew to be with me for my mammogram appointment, so I wouldn’t have to go to this possibly, life-changing appointment by myself.

My appointment was a nightmare. I had a mammogram, which is an adventure all its own. Can I just say that smashing my breast to the size of a pancake and then subjecting it to radiation has never been on my bucket list….

The radiologist was in a hurry (it was lunchtime), and he read my x-rays very quickly. He came dashing out of his room, sat me down, and said this to me: 

“Mary, I stopped counting your breast lumps at 17. You have many more. But don’t worry, it’s just fibrocystic breast disease; every woman has it.” 
 
Then, he reached over, patted my knee, and said, 

“Come back when it’s cancer.” 

And, whoosh, he was gone!
I was just 33 years old. I was terrified. I remember feeling two very hard lumps on my right breast and a big one under my arm. I sunk to the floor, panic-stricken. 

As soon as I could drag myself out of the shower and dry myself off, I called my sister, crying. 

Weeks earlier, I had been involved in a class in which we were taught to perform a breast self-exam. They passed around silicone models and had us feel the breast lumps inside them. I tentatively, almost reluctantly, felt them and tried to commit them to memory and also tried to NOT commit them to memory. I remember I was quite nervous to feel them, and quickly passed them on to the woman next to me. 

To say I was shocked when I found my breast lumps would be the understatement of a lifetime. Even though I had watched my grandmother pass away from breast cancer, you never think it will happen to you. 

I was a single mom of five children. I was awarded no alimony in my divorce and only received small sporadic child support. I had no one nearby to support me. 

My sister jumped on a plane and flew to be with me for my mammogram appointment, so I wouldn’t have to go to this possibly, life-changing appointment by myself.

My appointment was a nightmare. I had a mammogram, which is an adventure all its own. Can I just say that smashing my breast to the size of a pancake and then subjecting it to radiation has never been on my bucket list….

The radiologist was in a hurry (it was lunchtime), and he read my x-rays very quickly. He came dashing out of his room, sat me down, and said this to me: 

“Mary, I stopped counting your breast lumps at 17. You have many more. But don’t worry, it’s just fibrocystic breast disease; every woman has it.” 
 
Then, he reached over, patted my knee, and said, 

“Come back when it’s cancer.” 

And, whoosh, he was gone!
I couldn't believe a medical professional would say this to me! 

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:
I couldn't believe a medical professional would say this to me. 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 that the line 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.
I couldn't believe a medical professional would say this to me. 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 that the line 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.
Yup! That’s me above, many years after finding my breast lumps. I’m 52 years old in that photo above, long after they disappeared. Now, instead of taking a multitude of supplements daily, I simply take Ageless Thyroid––and it does the work for me. 
Yup! That’s me above, many years after finding my breast lumps. I’m 52 years old in that photo above, long after they disappeared. Now, instead of taking a multitude of supplements daily, I simply take Ageless Thyroid––and it does the work for me. 
I was just 33 years old. I was terrified. I remember feeling two very hard lumps on my right breast and a big one under my arm. I sunk to the floor, panic-stricken. 

As soon as I could drag myself out of the shower and dry myself off, I called my sister, crying. 

Weeks earlier, I had been involved in a class in which we were taught to perform a breast self-exam. They passed around silicone models and had us feel the breast lumps inside them. I tentatively, almost reluctantly, felt them and tried to commit them to memory and also tried to NOT commit them to memory. I remember I was quite nervous to feel them, and quickly passed them on to the woman next to me. 

To say I was shocked when I found my breast lumps would be the understatement of a lifetime. Even though I had watched my grandmother pass away from breast cancer, you never think it will happen to you. 

I was a single mom of five children. I was awarded no alimony in my divorce and only received small sporadic child support. I had no one nearby to support me. 

My sister jumped on a plane and flew to be with me for my mammogram appointment, so I wouldn’t have to go to this possibly, life-changing appointment by myself.

My appointment was a nightmare. I had a mammogram, which is an adventure all its own. Can I just say that smashing my breast to the size of a pancake and then subjecting it to radiation has never been on my bucket list….

The radiologist was in a hurry (it was lunchtime), and he read my x-rays very quickly. He came dashing out of his room, sat me down, and said this to me: 

“Mary, I stopped counting your breast lumps at 17. You have many more. But don’t worry, it’s just fibrocystic breast disease; every woman has it.” 
 
Then, he reached over, patted my knee, and said, 

“Come back when it’s cancer.” 

And, whoosh, he was gone!
I was just 33 years old. I was terrified. I remember feeling two very hard lumps on my right breast and a big one under my arm. I sunk to the floor, panic-stricken. 

As soon as I could drag myself out of the shower and dry myself off, I called my sister, crying. 

Weeks earlier, I had been involved in a class in which we were taught to perform a breast self-exam. They passed around silicone models and had us feel the breast lumps inside them. I tentatively, almost reluctantly, felt them and tried to commit them to memory and also tried to NOT commit them to memory. I remember I was quite nervous to feel them, and quickly passed them on to the woman next to me. 

To say I was shocked when I found my breast lumps would be the understatement of a lifetime. Even though I had watched my grandmother pass away from breast cancer, you never think it will happen to you. 

I was a single mom of five children. I was awarded no alimony in my divorce and only received small sporadic child support. I had no one nearby to support me. 

My sister jumped on a plane and flew to be with me for my mammogram appointment, so I wouldn’t have to go to this possibly, life-changing appointment by myself.

My appointment was a nightmare. I had a mammogram, which is an adventure all its own. Can I just say that smashing my breast to the size of a pancake and then subjecting it to radiation has never been on my bucket list….

The radiologist was in a hurry (it was lunchtime), and he read my x-rays very quickly. He came dashing out of his room, sat me down, and said this to me: 

“Mary, I stopped counting your breast lumps at 17. You have many more. But don’t worry, it’s just fibrocystic breast disease; every woman has it.” 
 
Then, he reached over, patted my knee, and said, 

“Come back when it’s cancer.” 

And, whoosh, he was gone!
I was just 33 years old. I was terrified. I remember feeling two very hard lumps on my right breast and a big one under my arm. I sunk to the floor, panic-stricken. 

As soon as I could drag myself out of the shower and dry myself off, I called my sister, crying. 

Weeks earlier, I had been involved in a class in which we were taught to perform a breast self-exam. They passed around silicone models and had us feel the breast lumps inside them. I tentatively, almost reluctantly, felt them and tried to commit them to memory and also tried to NOT commit them to memory. I remember I was quite nervous to feel them, and quickly passed them on to the woman next to me. 

To say I was shocked when I found my breast lumps would be the understatement of a lifetime. Even though I had watched my grandmother pass away from breast cancer, you never think it will happen to you. 

I was a single mom of five children. I was awarded no alimony in my divorce and only received small sporadic child support. I had no one nearby to support me. 

My sister jumped on a plane and flew to be with me for my mammogram appointment, so I wouldn’t have to go to this possibly, life-changing appointment by myself.

My appointment was a nightmare. I had a mammogram, which is an adventure all its own. Can I just say that smashing my breast to the size of a pancake and then subjecting it to radiation has never been on my bucket list….

The radiologist was in a hurry (it was lunchtime), and he read my x-rays very quickly. He came dashing out of his room, sat me down, and said this to me: 

“Mary, I stopped counting your breast lumps at 17. You have many more. But don’t worry, it’s just fibrocystic breast disease; every woman has it.” 
 
Then, he reached over, patted my knee, and said, 

“Come back when it’s cancer.” 

And, whoosh, he was gone!
I was just 33 years old. I was terrified. I remember feeling two very hard lumps on my right breast and a big one under my arm. I sunk to the floor, panic-stricken. 

As soon as I could drag myself out of the shower and dry myself off, I called my sister, crying. 

Weeks earlier, I had been involved in a class in which we were taught to perform a breast self-exam. They passed around silicone models and had us feel the breast lumps inside them. I tentatively, almost reluctantly, felt them and tried to commit them to memory and also tried to NOT commit them to memory. I remember I was quite nervous to feel them, and quickly passed them on to the woman next to me. 

To say I was shocked when I found my breast lumps would be the understatement of a lifetime. Even though I had watched my grandmother pass away from breast cancer, you never think it will happen to you. 

I was a single mom of five children. I was awarded no alimony in my divorce and only received small sporadic child support. I had no one nearby to support me. 

My sister jumped on a plane and flew to be with me for my mammogram appointment, so I wouldn’t have to go to this possibly, life-changing appointment by myself.

My appointment was a nightmare. I had a mammogram, which is an adventure all its own. Can I just say that smashing my breast to the size of a pancake and then subjecting it to radiation has never been on my bucket list….

The radiologist was in a hurry (it was lunchtime), and he read my x-rays very quickly. He came dashing out of his room, sat me down, and said this to me: 

“Mary, I stopped counting your breast lumps at 17. You have many more. But don’t worry, it’s just fibrocystic breast disease; every woman has it.” 
 
Then, he reached over, patted my knee, and said, 

“Come back when it’s cancer.” 

And, whoosh, he was gone!
I had just watched my 
     grandmother
 die of 
          breast cancer in my 
               mother’s bed, 
when 
                     I found my first breast lumps…

I was just 33 years old. I was terrified. I remember feeling two very hard lumps on my right breast and a big one under my arm. I sunk to the floor, panic-stricken. 

As soon as I could drag myself out of the shower and dry myself off, I called my sister, crying. 

Weeks earlier, I had been involved in a class in which we were taught to perform a breast self-exam. They passed around silicone models and had us feel the breast lumps inside them. I tentatively, quite reluctantly, felt them and tried to commit them to memory and also tried to NOT commit them to memory. I remember I was quite nervous to feel them, and quickly passed them on to the woman next to me. 

To say I was shocked when I found my breast lumps would be the understatement of a lifetime. Even though I had watched my grandmother pass away from breast cancer, you never think it will happen to you. 

I was a single mom of five children. I was awarded no alimony in my divorce and only received small sporadic child support. I had no one nearby to support me. 

My sister jumped on a plane and flew to be with me for my mammogram appointment so I wouldn’t have to go to this possibly, life-changing appointment by myself.

My appointment was a nightmare. I had a mammogram, which is an adventure all its own. Can I just say that smashing my breast to the size of a pancake and then subjecting it to radiation has never been on my bucket list...?

The radiologist was in a hurry (it was lunchtime), and he read my x-rays very quickly. He came dashing out of his room, sat me down, and said this to me: 

     “Mary, I stopped counting your breast lumps at 17. You have many more. But don’t worry, it’s just fibrocystic breast disease; every woman has it.” 
 
Then, he reached over, patted my knee, and said, 

     “Come back when it’s cancer.” 

And, whoosh, he was gone!
I couldn't believe a medical professional would say this to me. 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 that the line 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.
I couldn't believe a medical professional would say this to me. 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.
Yup! That’s me above, many years after finding my breast lumps. I’m 52 years old in that photo above, long after they disappeared. Now, instead of taking a multitude of supplements daily, I simply take Ageless Thyroid––and it does the work for me. 
Yup! That’s me above, many years after finding my breast lumps. I’m 52 years old in that photo above, long after they disappeared. Now, instead of taking a multitude of supplements daily, I simply take Ageless Thyroid––and it does the work for me. 
I know many of you don’t have breast lumps, but are exhausted, depressed, overweight, have trouble sleeping, and have many other “hormonal” issues going on. And I KNOW none of you want breast lumps either! 
I know many of you don’t have breast lumps, but are exhausted, depressed, overweight, have trouble sleeping, and many other “hormonal” issues going on. And I KNOW none of you want breast lumps either! 
I know many of you don’t have breast lumps, but are exhausted, depressed, overweight, have trouble sleeping, and have many other “hormonal” issues going on. And I KNOW none of you want breast lumps either! 
I know many of you don’t have breast lumps, but are exhausted, depressed, overweight, have trouble sleeping, and many other “hormonal” issues going on. And I KNOW none of you want breast lumps either! 
I know many of you don’t have breast lumps, but are exhausted, depressed, overweight, have trouble sleeping, and many other “hormonal” issues going on. And I KNOW none of you want breast lumps either! 
Side note: Do you know that the word “hysterectomy” comes from the procedure that was many times forced on women because they were too “hysterical”? Brutal.
I also know that many, many of you are on thyroid medication, like Levothyroxine (aka, Synthroid), maybe some of you are on other hormones (HRT) such as estrogen, progesterone, and some of you are even on testosterone (because your sex drive is so low) and would rather NOT take these medications for the rest of your life. 

Understand that your doctor does not know how to foundationally heal your thyroid to where it can produce its own hormones. You will just be medicated.

If you go off the medication you will be exhausted, still overweight, listless, depressed, anxiety ridden, and have no energy. 

Nothing will have healed.
Side note: Do you know that the word “hysterectomy” comes from the procedure that was many times forced on women because they were too “hysterical”? Brutal.
Side note: Do you know that the word “hysterectomy” comes from the procedure that was many times forced on women because they were too “hysterical”? Brutal.
I also know that many, many of you are on thyroid medication, like Levothyroxine (aka, Synthroid), maybe some of you are on other hormones (HRT) such as estrogen, progesterone, and some of you are even on testosterone (because your sex drive is so low) and would rather NOT take these medications for the rest of your life. 

Understand that your doctor does not know how to foundationally heal your thyroid to where it can produce its own hormones. You will just be medicated.

If you go off the medication you will be exhausted, still overweight, listless, depressed, anxiety ridden, and have no energy. 

Nothing will have healed.
I also know that many, many of you are on thyroid medication, like Levothyroxine (aka, Synthroid), maybe some of you are on other hormones (HRT) such as estrogen, progesterone, and some of you are even on testosterone (because your sex drive is so low) and would rather NOT take these medications for the rest of your life. 

Understand that your doctor does not know how to foundationally heal your thyroid to where it can produce its own hormones. You will just be medicated.

If you go off the medication you will be exhausted, still overweight, listless, depressed, anxiety ridden, and have no energy. 

Nothing will have healed.
I also know that many, many of you are on thyroid medication, like Levothyroxine (aka, Synthroid), maybe some of you are on other hormones (HRT) such as estrogen, progesterone, and some of you are even on testosterone (because your sex drive is so low) and would rather NOT take these medications for the rest of your life. 

Understand that your doctor does not know how to foundationally heal your thyroid to where it can produce its own hormones. You will just be medicated.

If you go off the medication you will be exhausted, still overweight, listless, depressed, anxiety ridden, and have no energy. 

Nothing will have healed.
I know many of you don’t have breast lumps, but are exhausted, depressed, overweight, have trouble sleeping, and many other “hormonal” issues going on. And I KNOW none of you want breast lumps either! 
Side note: Do you know that the word “hysterectomy” comes from the procedure that was many times forced on women because they were too “hysterical”? Brutal.
I also know that many, many of you are on thyroid medication, like Levothyroxine (aka, Synthroid), maybe some of you are on other hormones (HRT) such as estrogen, progesterone, and some of you are even on testosterone (because your sex drive is so low) and would rather NOT take these medications for the rest of your life. 

Understand that your doctor does not know how to foundationally heal your thyroid to where it can produce its own hormones. You will just be medicated.

If you go off the medication you will be exhausted, still overweight, listless, depressed, anxiety ridden, and have no energy. 

Nothing will have healed.
I know many of you don’t have breast lumps, but are exhausted, depressed, overweight, have trouble sleeping, and have many other “hormonal” issues going on. And I KNOW none of you want breast lumps either! 
Side note: Do you know that the word “hysterectomy” comes from the procedure that was many times forced on women because they were too “hysterical”? Brutal.
I also know that many, many of you are on thyroid medication, like Levothyroxine (aka, Synthroid), maybe some of you are on other hormones (HRT) such as estrogen, progesterone, and some of you are even on testosterone (because your sex drive is so low) and would rather NOT take these medications for the rest of your life. 

Understand that your doctor does not know how to foundationally heal your thyroid to where it can produce its own hormones. You will just be medicated.

If you go off the medication you will be exhausted, still overweight, listless, depressed, anxiety ridden, and have no energy. 

Nothing will have healed.
Wouldn’t it be so much better to heal, feed, nourish and repair your thyroid and hormone glands so they can produce the hormones your body needs in the very second it needs it, adjusting to your environment and your stresses, instead of waiting months or an entire year for a new prescription?

We at Forbidden Doctor abhor the false choice given to patients by the medical establishment: either do nothing or use powerful hormones that you become dependent on, and/or dangerous drugs. We always try to address the foundational health issue at hand and work to reverse or support the problem.

What if you could:
Wouldn’t it be so much better to heal, feed, nourish and repair your thyroid and hormone glands so they can produce the hormones your body needs in the very second it needs it, adjusting to your environment and your stresses, instead of waiting months or an entire year for a new prescription?

We at Forbidden Doctor abhor the false choice given to patients by the medical establishment: either do nothing or use powerful hormones that you become dependent on, and/or dangerous drugs. We always try to address the foundational health issue at hand and work to reverse or support the problem.

What if you could:
Wouldn’t it be so much better to heal, feed, nourish and repair your thyroid and hormone glands so they can produce the hormones your body needs in the very second it needs it, adjusting to your environment and your stresses, instead of waiting months or an entire year for a new prescription?

We at Forbidden Doctor abhor the false choice given to patients by the medical establishment: either do nothing or use powerful hormones that you become dependent on, and/or dangerous drugs. We always try to address the foundational health issue at hand and work to reverse or support the problem.

What if you could:
Easily repair your thyroid
Feel better
Get your energy back 
Have your depression lifted
Menstrual issues lessened
Have your hot flashes reduced
Lose your anxiety
Lower or get off your thyroid medications
Wouldn’t it be awesome if you could: 
  • BECOME YOUR CHEERFUL HAPPY SELF!
  •  HAVE SUSTAINED ENERGY ALL DAY!
  • LOSE SOME WEIGHT!
  •  EVEN ENJOY SEX AGAIN!
Would you like that? 

Well, join women all over the world who have restored their thyroid health foundationally with Ageless Thyroid!
🍎 Easily repair your thyroid!
🍎 Feel better!
🍎 Get your energy back! 
🍎 Have your depression lifted!
🍎 Menstrual issues lessened!
🍎 Have your hot flashes reduced!
🍎 Lose your anxiety!
🍎 Lower or get off your thyroid medications!
Easily repair your thyroid
Feel better
Get your energy back 
Have your depression lifted
Menstrual issues lessened
Have your hot flashes reduced
Lose your anxiety
Lower or get off your thyroid medications
Wouldn't it be awesome if you could: 
Wouldn't it be awesome if you could: 
Wouldn't it be awesome if you could: 
  • BECOME YOUR CHEERFUL HAPPY SELF!
  •  HAVE SUSTAINED ENERGY ALL DAY!
  •  SPEED UP METABOLISM & LOSE SOME WEIGHT!
  • REDUCE HAIR LOSS!
  •  EVEN ENJOY SEX AGAIN!
  • BECOME YOUR CHEERFUL HAPPY SELF!
  •  HAVE SUSTAINED ENERGY ALL DAY!
  • LOSE SOME WEIGHT!
  •  EVEN ENJOY SEX AGAIN!
Would you like that?

Well, join women all over the world who have restored their thyroid health foundationally with Ageless Thyroid!
Would you like that?

Well, join women all over the world who have restored their thyroid health foundationally with Ageless Thyroid!
Wouldn’t it be so much better to heal, feed, nourish and repair your thyroid and hormone glands so they can produce the hormones your body needs in the very second it needs it, adjusting to your environment and your stresses, instead of waiting months or an entire year for a new prescription?

We at Forbidden Doctor abhor the false choice given to patients by the medical establishment: either do nothing or use powerful hormones that you become dependent on, and/or dangerous drugs. We always try to address the foundational health issue at hand and work to reverse or support the problem.

What if you could:
Wouldn’t it be so much better to heal, feed, nourish and repair your thyroid and hormone glands so they can produce the hormones your body needs in the very second it needs it, adjusting to your environment and your stresses, instead of waiting months or an entire year for a new prescription?

We at Forbidden Doctor abhor the false choice given to patients by the medical establishment: either do nothing or use powerful hormones that you become dependent on, and/or dangerous drugs. We always try to address the foundational health issue at hand and work to reverse or support the problem.

What if you could:
Wouldn’t it be so much better to heal, feed, nourish and repair your thyroid and hormone glands so they can produce the hormones your body needs in the very second it needs it, adjusting to your environment and your stresses, instead of waiting months or an entire year for a new prescription?

We at Forbidden Doctor abhor the false choice given to patients by the medical establishment: either do nothing or use powerful hormones that you become dependent on, and/or dangerous drugs. We always try to address the foundational health issue at hand and work to reverse or support the problem.

What if you could:
Easily repair your thyroid
Feel better
Get your energy back 
Have your depression lifted
Menstrual issues lessened
Have your hot flashes reduced
Lose your anxiety
Lower or get off your thyroid medications
Easily repair your thyroid
Feel better
Get your energy back 
Have your depression lifted
Menstrual issues lessened
Have your hot flashes reduced
Lose your anxiety
Lower or get off your thyroid medications
Wouldn’t it be awesome if you could: 
Wouldn’t it be awesome if you could: 
  • BECOME YOUR CHEERFUL HAPPY SELF!
  •  HAVE SUSTAINED ENERGY ALL DAY!
  • LOSE SOME WEIGHT!
  •  EVEN ENJOY SEX AGAIN!
  • BECOME YOUR CHEERFUL HAPPY SELF!
  •  HAVE SUSTAINED ENERGY ALL DAY!
  • LOSE SOME WEIGHT!
  •  EVEN ENJOY SEX AGAIN!
Would you like that? 

Well, join women all over the world who have restored their thyroid health foundationally with Ageless Thyroid!
Would you like that? 

Well, join women all over the world who have restored their thyroid health foundationally with Ageless Thyroid!
And what if you could melt your breast lumps?!
And what if you could melt your breast lumps?!
Wouldn’t it be so much better to heal, feed, nourish and repair your thyroid and hormone glands so they can produce the hormones your body needs in the very second it needs it, adjusting to your environment and your stresses, instead of waiting months or an entire year for a new prescription?

We at Forbidden Doctor abhor the false choice given to patients by the medical establishment: either do nothing or use powerful hormones that you become dependent on, and/or dangerous drugs. We always try to address the foundational health issue at hand and work to reverse or support the problem.

What if you could:
Wouldn’t it be so much better to heal, feed, nourish and repair your thyroid and hormone glands so they can produce the hormones your body needs in the very second it needs it, adjusting to your environment and your stresses, instead of waiting months or an entire year for a new prescription?

We at Forbidden Doctor abhor the false choice given to patients by the medical establishment: either do nothing or use powerful hormones that you become dependent on, and/or dangerous drugs. We always try to address the foundational health issue at hand and work to reverse or support the problem.

What if you could:
Easily repair your thyroid
Feel better
Get your energy back 
Have your depression lifted
Menstrual issues lessened
Have your hot flashes reduced
Lose your anxiety
Lower or get off your thyroid medications
🍎 Easily repair your
      thyroid!
🍎 Feel better!
🍎 Get your energy
      back! 
🍎 Have your
      depression lifted!
🍎 Menstrual issues
      lessened!
🍎 Have your hot
      flashes reduced!
🍎 Lose your anxiety!
🍎 Lower or get off
      your thyroid
      medications!
🍎 Wake up easily!
🍎 Easily repair your thyroid
🍎 Feel better
🍎 Get your energy back 
🍎 Have your depression lifted
🍎 Menstrual issues lessened
🍎 Have your hot flashes reduced
🍎 Lose your anxiety
🍎 Lower or get off your thyroid
      medications
🍎 Wake up easily!
Wouldn’t it be awesome if you could: 
Wouldn’t it be awesome if you could: 
  • BECOME YOUR CHEERFUL HAPPY SELF!
  •  HAVE SUSTAINED ENERGY ALL DAY!
  • LOSE SOME WEIGHT!
  •  EVEN ENJOY SEX AGAIN!
Would you like that? 

Well, join women all over the world who have restored their thyroid health foundationally with Ageless Thyroid!
  • BECOME YOUR CHEERFUL HAPPY SELF!
  •  HAVE SUSTAINED ENERGY ALL DAY!
  •  SPEED UP METABOLISM & LOSE SOME WEIGHT!
  • REDUCE HAIR LOSS!
  •  EVEN ENJOY SEX AGAIN!
Would you like that? 

Well, join women all over the world who have restored their thyroid health foundationally with Ageless Thyroid!
And what if you could melt your breast lumps?!
And what if you could melt your breast lumps?!
And what if you could melt your breast lumps?!
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Because there is NO OTHER PRODUCT LIKE THIS in the world today!
Herbs can stimulate your thyroid, but without glandulars, your thyroid does not GET the support it needs to use the herbs medicinally. Period. 
Most thyroid supplements only have herbs, synthetic vitamins and maybe some minerals in them.

The big part they MISS is the glandulars - the actual food that FEEDS and nourishes your thyroid and helps it to repair and rebuild.
Herbs can stimulate your thyroid, but without glandulars, your thyroid does not GET the support it needs to use the herbs medicinally. Period. 
Most thyroid supplements only have herbs, synthetic vitamins and maybe some minerals in them.

The big part they MISS is the glandulars - the actual food that FEEDS and nourishes your thyroid and helps it to repair and rebuild.
Herbs are medicinal - meaning they are used in our body as medicine - but they are not food. They do not rebuild by themselves. Herbs and glandulars work synergistically together.

Without the glandulars to balance out the herbs, a thyroid supplement can stimulate your thyroid too much and too quickly - like beating a dying horse. Initially, you will get some energy, but it will disappear before long. 

You need the rebuilding and balancing effect of glandulars, which are just food, to give your thyroid the complete support it needs.
Herbs are medicinal - meaning they are used in our body as medicine - but they are not food. They do not rebuild by themselves. Herbs and glandulars work synergistically together.

Without the glandulars to balance out the herbs, a thyroid supplement can stimulate your thyroid too much and too quickly - like beating a dying horse. Initially, you will get some energy, but it will disappear before long. 

You need the rebuilding and balancing effect of glandulars, which are just food, to give your thyroid the complete support it needs.
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Additional fee's may apply to international orders depending on the countries import/faraway/customs tax

TROUBLE ORDERING? Try these supported browsers: Google Chrome and Firefox.
QUESTIONS? Please call us: 1 (801) 523-1890 or you can simply text us! 1 (801) 556-1477

NOTE FOR AUTOSHIP: 1 Bottle Autoship is: 1 Bottle of Ageless Thyroid Per Month with 1 bottle of Wheat Germ Oil per month - Every 30 Days, free shipping. Cancel anytime.
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Herbs can stimulate your thyroid, but without glandulars, your thyroid does not GET the support it needs to use the herbs medicinally. Period. 
Most thyroid supplements only have herbs, synthetic vitamins and maybe some minerals in them.

The big part they MISS is the glandulars - the actual food that FEEDS and nourishes your thyroid and helps it to repair and rebuild.
Disclaimer: The information and material provided are for educational purposes only and any recommendations are not intended to replace the advice of your physician. Nothing contained on this site should be construed nor is intended to be used for medical diagnosis or treatment.  

Dr. E. Jackson Stockwell is licensed by the State of Utah as a Chiropractic Physician, Doctor of Chiropractic (DC). Mary H. Stockwell is an Applied Clinical Nutritionist (ACN) and both Dr. Jack and Mary are Certified GAPS Practitioner’s (CGP) and own and run a certified GAPS Clinic. Their clinic also offers chiropractic services and nutritional counseling.

The information herein is not intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with your medical doctor and is not intended as medical advice. You are encouraged to seek advice from a competent medical professional regarding the applicability of any recommendations with regard to your symptoms or condition.  

Dr. Stockwell, Mary Stockwell, nor any employee of The Forbidden Doctor, LLC or Dr. Jack Stockwell & Associates do not recommend, prescribe, or recommend changing dosage or discontinuing any prescription medications or pharmaceutical drugs. Dr. Stockwell and Mary Stockwell encourage you to make your own health care decisions based upon your research and in partnership with a qualified healthcare professional.

If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult your medical health care professional before using products based on this content.  

The Forbidden Doctor, LLC, Dr. Jack Stockwell and Mary Stockwell do not diagnose or promise a cure for any condition. It is important that you do not reduce, change or discontinue any medication or treatment without consulting your physician first. Again, the information and recommendations provided on this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are provided for educational purposes only.    
Disclaimer: The information and material provided are for educational purposes only and any recommendations are not intended to replace the advice of your physician. Nothing contained on this site should be construed nor is intended to be used for medical diagnosis or treatment.  

Dr. E. Jackson Stockwell is licensed by the State of Utah as a Chiropractic Physician, Doctor of Chiropractic (DC). Mary H. Stockwell is an Applied Clinical Nutritionist (ACN) and both Dr. Jack and Mary are Certified GAPS Practitioner’s (CGP) and own and run a certified GAPS Clinic. Their clinic also offers chiropractic services and nutritional counseling.

The information herein is not intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with your medical doctor and is not intended as medical advice. You are encouraged to seek advice from a competent medical professional regarding the applicability of any recommendations with regard to your symptoms or condition.  

Dr. Stockwell, Mary Stockwell, nor any employee of The Forbidden Doctor, LLC or Dr. Jack Stockwell & Associates do not recommend, prescribe, or recommend changing dosage or discontinuing any prescription medications or pharmaceutical drugs. Dr. Stockwell and Mary Stockwell encourage you to make your own health care decisions based upon your research and in partnership with a qualified healthcare professional.

If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult your medical health care professional before using products based on this content.  

The Forbidden Doctor, LLC, Dr. Jack Stockwell and Mary Stockwell do not diagnose or promise a cure for any condition. It is important that you do not reduce, change or discontinue any medication or treatment without consulting your physician first. Again, the information and recommendations provided on this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are provided for educational purposes only.    
Disclaimer: The information and material provided are for educational purposes only and any recommendations are not intended to replace the advice of your physician. Nothing contained on this site should be construed nor is intended to be used for medical diagnosis or treatment.  

Dr. E. Jackson Stockwell is licensed by the State of Utah as a Chiropractic Physician, Doctor of Chiropractic (DC). Mary H. Stockwell is an Applied Clinical Nutritionist (ACN) and both Dr. Jack and Mary are Certified GAPS Practitioner’s (CGP) and own and run a certified GAPS Clinic. Their clinic also offers chiropractic services and nutritional counseling.

The information herein is not intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with your medical doctor and is not intended as medical advice. You are encouraged to seek advice from a competent medical professional regarding the applicability of any recommendations with regard to your symptoms or condition.  

Dr. Stockwell, Mary Stockwell, nor any employee of The Forbidden Doctor, LLC or Dr. Jack Stockwell & Associates do not recommend, prescribe, or recommend changing dosage or discontinuing any prescription medications or pharmaceutical drugs. Dr. Stockwell and Mary Stockwell encourage you to make your own health care decisions based upon your research and in partnership with a qualified healthcare professional.

If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult your medical health care professional before using products based on this content.  

The Forbidden Doctor, LLC, Dr. Jack Stockwell and Mary Stockwell do not diagnose or promise a cure for any condition. It is important that you do not reduce, change or discontinue any medication or treatment without consulting your physician first. Again, the information and recommendations provided on this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are provided for educational purposes only.