Recently, somebody in our family very dear to us was diagnosed with cancer. I’m not sharing who that person is just yet because they haven’t made that public. That word, cancer, has devastating emotions usually accompanied with it.
One of the reasons we chose to live off grid was to get away from the ease of eating so many of the processed foods that you easily find in more populated areas. When you have to drive 30 minutes to even find a gas station, going out to eat doesn’t happen so often. Instead, you learn to cook and that means healthier eating.
We wanted to live on land that would allow us to grow a lot of our own food and eat fresh greens from our own garden. We wanted to raise our own meat and get away from commercialized farming that raise animals in horrible conditions and feed them who knows what as a daily diet. Living on the homestead has allowed us to do those things while at the same time give us a healthier lifestyle where exercise happens often and fresh mountain and forest air is abundant.
Paul Nison, a friend of mine who has dedicated much of his life learning about health has made us aware of a documentary series called, The Truth About Cancer.
I grew up in Saint Louis and every year in high school, some friends and I walked the Susan G Komen march downtown to help cure cancer. But I’m not so sure the medical industry really wants to cure cancer. This part of the medical industry earns billions of dollars when treating this disease and to find a cure at this point would put millions out of work. Literally!
So what is the answer? What is causing this horrible disease among so many people today? And what could be a better way of treating and preventing it?
I hope you will take the time to watch this remarkable documentary series called, The Truth About Cancer. This could literally change your life and the life of a loved one.