Sunday, May 15, 2016

My Health Protocol

Many people have asked what I take to maintain my health.  And I've spent two years experimenting to come up with what works best for me. I'm happy to share it with you.  However, each person will have their own combination of factors that work best.  You will need to listen to your body and figure out your protocol.  Just remember, this is about total body health, not treating symptoms.  

Because I had chemotherapy that destroyed my immune system, I've had to work extra hard to build it back up.  I'm happy to say that I have only been sick one time in over two years, and that was with a minor cold that only lasted two days. I've not even had allergies. Prior to cancer, I was sick with colds, flu, allergies, and respiratory infections.  What a change it's been to feel so good! 


As I've explained on my Anncredible Facebook page, I don't rely on diet alone to beat cancer (or build my health). I think it's more about finding the source of what caused cancer. Then, the cancer stem cells that are left from conventional treatment can be beaten with natural treatments (not just a clean diet). For me, cancer was a combination of the wrong diet, years of estrogen dominance, and a root canal infection that had gone to my lymph system. It took a change in diet, tooth removal, and taking a number of natural medicinal plants to treat estrogen dominance and kill cancer stem cells.


According to the studies, 70% of women diagnosed with ER+/PR+/HER2+ breast cancer, and go through conventional treatment as I did, are then diagnosed with aggressive recurrence at an average of 30 months past original diagnosis. That is due to the cancer stems cells growing resistant tumors. I am now at 32 months post cancer diagnosis, and have had many recent scans, bloodwork, and an MRI just last month, all showing no evidence of cancer. I'd like to believe I'm on the right track with my thinking. 

Yes, I did do chemotherapy and surgery that killed the very advanced and fast growing cancer. But at the same time, that chemo did a lot of permanent damage to my body, and it created the potential for stronger, resistant cancer recurrence by leaving the cancer stem cells. I think the main thing to remember is that cancer treatment shouldn't rely on conventional therapy. And there are thousands of people that cannot even make it through the harsh chemotherapy to begin with.

First, I will say that I take one prescription, Levothyroxine 75mcg for Hypothyroidism.  I have been on it since 1997, and have not been able to change that with Iodine.  Personally, I think it's from extensive Fluoride exposure as a child due to a spill in the city water, but that's a post for another day.  


Anyway, without further ado, this is what I take to keep my body healthy:

Daily supplements:
Gold Blend Supplements* (quantity 4 capsules every morning. If exposed to illness, bump up to 6 twice a day)
- Black Cumin Seed- 340mg
- Indian Long Pepper- 340mg
- Mangosteen- 500mg
- Dandelion Root- 48mg
- Turmeric Root- 380mg
- Bitter Melon- 320mg

Silver Blend Supplements* (quantity 4 capsules every morning)
- Resveratrol- 170mg
- Taurine- 900mg
- Indian Ginseng- 400mg
- Green Tea- 640mg
- Rhodiola Rosea- 950mg
- Gotu Kola- 950mg

Hormone Balance Supplements* (quantity 2 capsules every morning)
- MSM Organic Sulphur-1200mg
- Peruvian Maca Root- 600mg
- Lutein 5%- 170mg
- Alpha-Lipoic Acid- 90mg
- CoEnzyme Q10- 90mg
- DIM extract- 90mg
- Zinc Gluconate- 50mg

Other supplements taken every morning:
Quercetin- 800mg 
Bromelain- 165mg
Vitamin D3- 5000mg
Magnesium- 200mg
Selenium- 200mcg
Biotin- 10,000mcg

Other supplements taken weekly or as needed:
Probiotic 10Billion- 2 capsules 
Digestive Enzymes- 1 capsule weekly or as needed
Baking soda

That's about it!  I know it seems like a lot, and it probably is, but it's the natural things my body needs to function properly.  It's an ongoing learning process.  But I can tell a huge difference if I go a day or two without these.  I immediately feel drained and sluggish.  And the bloodwork says it all.... I'm healthier than the average person.  The doctors have commented several times that my bloodwork and scans show that I take care of myself (ie no fatty liver, low cholesterol, no diabetes, etc).  The goal is to continue to maintain optimum health!

I hope this helps some folks figure out their own journey!  






1 comment:

  1. I think I love you lol youre such an inspiration to see you smiling through it all. Im almost done, i only do herceptin now until march i already went through my taxol and radiation. I just had my first mammo a year after my surgeries and it was clean no issues. Thank the universe. I honestly thought i probably wouldnt do it all again if i had to but watching your video gave me a new perspective. Luckily for now its not in the starts for me. (; Take care ~Mia Marie~ Xoxoxoxo

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