She healed cancer with raw food then ran 366 marathons in a row!


Janette Murray-Wakelin is one of the most remarkable cancer survivors I have interviewed.
In 2001, she refused conventional treatment and healed aggressive breast cancer with a raw food diet.

Then in 2013, she and her husband Alan (both in their 60s) ran around the entire continent of Australia. This involved running a marathon every single day for 366 consecutive days.

In the process they broke and set a new world record.
And they were exclusively fueled by raw fruits and veggies.

These grandparents put my level of fitness to shame. To shame!

Here’s part 1.

Here are the two books mentioned in the interview

        

The Breuss Cancer Cure by Rudolph Breuss

Raw Can Cure Cancer by Janette Murray-Wakelin

In part 2 of our interview, Janette and I talk about the experience of running a marathon every day for a year around the continent of Australia. We discuss the preparation involved, the grueling terrain, their diet, how many pairs of Vibram 5-Finger barefoot running shoes they went through, and more. Absolutely fascinating. Here it is…

Find them online at www.rawveganpath.com

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