'Health is defined by our daily activities and the food we eat. It’s a well-known fact that eating too much sugary foods and junk foods results in obesity, as well as chronic illnesses such as heart diseases, diabetes, and cancer. Now one man from Las Vegas managed to defeat a terminal disease, without the help of conventional medicine, by plainly going for a healthier diet.
Rob Mooberry, a 43-year old father of twins has beaten stage 4 colorectal cancer by refraining from conventional cancer treatments and going vegan. He was hospitalized in July of 2012 with a perforated colon. Medical analysis showed that he had cancer that spread to his bowels, lymph nodes, and even the liver.
It was surprising for Mooberry to be diagnosed with cancer, since he had no family history of it and was already living a healthy lifestyle of regular physical exercise and a lean protein diet. The symptoms he experienced, such as bloating and bloody stools, were ignored because he thought it was only an irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) or something he ate.
Doctors recommended putting a colostomy bag after an ileostomy and chemotherapy sessions as well as radiation therapy. His doctors told him he only had an eight percent chance of living, and it was devastating for both him and his wife. According to Mooberry, he was generally healthy all the time, and it was such a sudden turn of events when he was diagnosed with the terminal disease. He kept in mind that with the treatments he was about to undergo, he needed to do much more for himself – and so he started on a healthier diet.'
Read more: Stage 4 no more: Going vegan and stopping chemotherapy resulted in one man becoming cancer-free
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