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Audree: Beat Breast Cancer Naturally in 1980!

Audrey-Saunders
Please tell us your name, what type of cancer you had, and when you were diagnosed:
Hi, my name is Audree Lee and I was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1980, 6 months after my mother died of cancer.
My father died 2-1/2 years before her.
They both chose Chemo and Radiation.
I was given those options, but I decided to take my health in my own hands and started by changing my diet. I had 3 months before my surgery and on the day of my surgery, as I was being checked in, I realized there was no longer a lump in my breast. I was told I had no choice in having surgery, so I did, and they found no mass or lump. Praise God! Today I still eat this new lifestyle and have been free of cancer for over 32 years.

 

Describe your experience with conventional doctors and treatments:
Going to the traditional doctors made me see, especially after watching my father and mother die to their hands, that their only concern was which treatment I would take from them. They were not interested in working with me if I was taking my health in my own hands, but I’m glad I did. I feel better in my 50s than I did in my 20s.

What alternative therapies did you do and which ones helped you the most?
I first just started by changing my food. It seemed to be what I did the most and there are other therapies that I added, like using a filter on my water, doing a sea salt bath, drinking herbal teas and taking supplements. I do green food therapies and learned how to relax to keep myself free from stress.

My diet consists of live foods, 80% raw, 20% cooked, juicing with nuts and seeds.  I still eat the same diet today with more live foods as I found it works better for my body and I feel better when I do.  I do drink herbal teas, mostly ginger because it keeps my stomach and body calm, green tea, and calming teas.

Today I eat more herbs, and live food as I have found now that I am older, I don’t require very much cooked foods.  It is because of the cold weather that I enjoy it from time to time.  I feel better in my 50s than I did in my 20s.  Life is a blessing and I enjoy sharing with others who need help.

What books, products, and supplements do you recommend?

Supplements:
Selenium, Vitamin C, Iodine, potassium, Vitamin D, vitamin A, zinc, Omega 3-6-9 Oil, Chlorophyll and Spirulina. Sometimes CoQ10

Here are some websites I recommend:
www.hacres.com
www.thecancerproject.org
www.drjudyseeger.com
www.chiphealth.com
www.meetministry.org


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  • Nic

    Perfect. This is a great story and it needs to be shared to help people wake up from the institutionalized medicinal nightmare that we cannot seem to escape.

  • John Tod

    I must refute the comment made by the last person. Yes we CAN escape if we want to. Everyone has a choice. More and more people are seeing friends and loved ones die from cancer at the hands of “conventional” medicine (read: cancer industry medicine) and are starting to wake up and realize that chemo drugs rarely work and do more harm than good. Same for radiation.

    I was diagnosed with prostate cancer and after I learned the only “treatment” was removal of the prostate by surgery or radiation and a possible follow up with more radiation treatments and maybe even chemo to clean up what was left I said, “Uh, uh….not for me.” I have done a full body detox and eating everything organic that I can get my hands on, heavy on the salad. I drink only filtered water. I used to go through a ton of diet soda. All that Aspartame. Crap! That was probably one of the reasons I ended up with prostate cancer. I eat REAL healthy now. I still haven’t got a date for CT scan. I think I’ll ask my doc for a PSA test. I am getting impatient to see what’s going on in there.

    • I think Nic’s point is that information sharing is what helps people realize they can escape.
      You’re both right.

      Also fixed the links
      Thanks John

      :)

  • Keith

    Audrey, this is a great story. I am creating a web site on these diets.

  • Charlene

    Wow.. I just love this site! Iv been reading all these survivor stories and have been totaly amazed :-) my mother died of breast cancer over a year ago and i wish i had come accross this site earlier:( I have recently found a small lump on my breast which has gotten me so worried and will be getting it checked out but after reading all these amazing stories i feel so much more positive.. Thankyou and god bless! :)

  • Mrs Biddle

    Strange that she only just noticed the lump had disappeared on surgery day. I am touching mine everyday to see if it gets smaller or bigger.. how could you not.

    • Christine

      Good point……any response?

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