Suzanne Somers- changing the way we think about Cancer Treatment…

I’m a big fan of Suzanne Somers (as you can see she’s listed in ‘My Favorites‘ Section.)  When Suzanne was diagnosed with Breast Cancer in 2001 she chose to do her own research and rejected conventional main-stream Western Cancer treatments.
 Initially Suzanne listened to her doctor’s advice and tried  radiation.  After these treatments she felt even worse- extremely sick and worn out!  Suzanne was then  prompted to go on a mission to find another way.  She did a lot of research and interviewed the top cutting edge doctors
Suzanne is often ridiculed for her books and beliefs.   But this is only because people only know what they are exposed to and are used to a certain ‘way of things.’  Suzanne’s ideas are shedding light and teaching us that there is more than one option!
Her main message is:
Prevention and lifestyle choices are the building blocks and the foundation for health and wellness.
Suzanne has been quoted:
 “I appreciate health care that gets to the root cause of our symptoms and promotes wellness, rather than the one-size-fits-all drug-based approach to treating disease,” explains Somers, 65. “I love maintaining an optimal quality of life — naturally.”
As I have written about in many of my past blog posts, prevention is key to fighting off disease and sickness.
Check out this informative interview Suzanne did with Harry Smith about her controversial books:
What are you thoughts?  Would you ever try an alternative cancer treatment?

Prevention is the key but if you are already diagnosed it’s great to have more than one option!

Be Well,

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