Please follow and, more importantly, spread the word amongst any friends and family you think it might help – it’s all about the power of positive thinking to help you recover from cancer. For foodies there are loads of new recipes, all extremely healthy. There’s even some proper scientific back-up for this holistic approach, with periodic blogs by ‘the doc’.
All comments and suggestions welcome – on the site of course!
And just to round of this joyous post, I am putting up some more photos of Tommy and Olivia’s visit to Singapore and some gorgeous food we had at Ding Dong while here. Recommend it for locals…
In the cloud forest
In the cloud forest dome
On top of the Marina Bay Sands hotel viewing platform
I am a writer and traveller. Our darling daughter Louise died on 2 March 2011, aged 21 (www.louisecattell.com) and I started writing as therapy. We never know how long we have on this earth, so I live for every day...in November 2013 I was diagnosed and operated on for a malignant soft tissue sarcoma in the calf, followed by 6.5 weeks of radiotherapy, so am embarking on a different kind of journey which you can follow here. I also have another site www.healthylivingwithcancer.co with my blueprint for health and well-being.
September 13, 2014 at 8:09 am
Normally, cancer that has spread extensively demands systemic therapy such as a hormone or chemotherapy.
Joe Mancaruso, a 56-year-old fitness club owner, has been battling terminal lung cancer without chemotherapy using the low-carb, high-fat ketogenic diet.
It must be taken when the stomach of a person is empty which means
either 1 hour before eating food, or 2 hours after eating food.