MMS and My Cancer & Tumor Recovery Now, The Detox Life

I have a tumor, larger than a baseball, in my liver, according to an MRI I got in September 2015.

My oncological surgeon wanted me to have surgery to remove this. I’ve had this tumor since 2002 and although it’s benign, it’s slowly and steadily grown. In my appointment with him, in March, I reminded him that I also had 2 other tumors, now completely and entirely gone. I asked him, “If the other tumors shrunk and disappeared, why wouldn’t this one?” He smiled, agreed, and told me, “Ok, we will rescan you in 6 months, if there’s growth: surgery. If the tumor shrinks, I’ll agree with you: no surgery.”

The scan in September 2015 showed that it was exactly the same as it was in January. The tumor didn’t shrink or grow. We are following up again in 1 year.

I have done too many detoxes to count. Each has played an important role in my health and recovery but I entirely attribute one detox in particular to the shrinking and removal of those two other tumors, read more about that here. But, this baseball sized tumor needs to go and the detoxes, prayers, and changed behaviors I’ve implemented haven’t yet stopped it.

A friend suggested I try MMS. I hadn’t heard of it before (and I’ve heard of and tried a LOT of things!!) and unlike my usual self, I didn’t research or critique it, I just went ahead and started the MMS detox. I’ve been on it since October 12, 2015.

It’s been a rough road, full of sluggishness, weakness, diarrhea, nausea, headaches, fatigue, smelly skin, rashes, aches, and more, but my friend has assured me that this is just an indication the detox is working and from my other detox experiences, I know it all too well. I don’t like it, but I don’t want another surgery, so I am highly motivated. Vision gives pain a purpose.

My MMS protocol:

I started with 1 drop of the MMS and if there are detox symptoms, once they subside, I increase the drop by 1, each day. I sip on this concoction (it tastes terrible and smells like chlorine, but MMS is chlorine dioxide, a completely different substance) throughout the day, every hour, for 8 hours, to keep it active in my body. I’m working up to 30 drops per day and once there, I will take that for 3 weeks.

I just came across this video and am in awe of power of this stuff, MMS, which stands for Miracle Mineral Solution. The video describes it in more detail and tells the history, the people and doctors who are working with it, and the success stories of those who suffered from diabetes, malaria, hepatitis C, cancer, the common cold, autism, alzheimer’s, and more.

I’ll get my next scan in September 2016. I am looking forward to the results. In the meantime, I’ll keep living and sharing my experiences, my pain, and catching the beauty of all that this life has to offer. May my pain be your gain. We only live once, let’s seize the day.

Namaste! xoxo

How to turn back the clock on aging without spending a lot of money

Favorite quotes from the above Decoding Immoratily Documentary: “I’m not willing to say the cancer is gone, they just can’t find it anymore. The last 3 biopsies were negative. “If this was a new drug, it would be a billion dollar drug over night. These are things you can do for free simply by changing your diet and lifestyle.” “We now understand at a genetic level that when you change your lifestyle, it changes your genes.”

Powerful video about the Nobel prize winners and their discovery of what’s at the ends of DNA strands: telomeres and their importance in quality of life.

To increase your telomere length and quality of life: exercise and reduce stress and negative thinking. “Telomeres and stress track together so when stress goes down, telomeres are lengthening.”

Yoga helps to do this. So I’ll see ya soon!

Peace, love, namaste.

How to prevent colds and illnesses

As of late, I have been noticing that my friends who are 10+ years younger than me often have a cold, or a headache, have to call off work, feel exhausted, and/or aren’t nearly as active as I am. This has lead me to do some research into sickness and diseases. I’ve come across some fascinating articles from pHd’s, university’s, medicals centers, and nurses and wanted to share my findings.

“Nutrition is a widely accepted tool for prevention of chronic diseases” – according to the Washington State University. “Hydration, plant-based foods, probiotics, exercise, and vitamins and minerals are 5 ways you can prevent colds and flus” – says the University of Tennessee Medical Center.

This seems somewhat obvious to me. Don’t most people know these things, I wonder? Are my friends just not privy to such helpful info?

I remember a past roommate of mine who suffered from chronic back pain. I was working for a chiropractor at the time and loved his expertise and suggested she see him. After months of resistance, she finally did and several weeks later she told me, “Wow. I had no idea how much pain I was in! I was so used to it that it became part of my life and I tolerated it. It’s not until I’ve become nearly pain free that I can see how bad it was.” It reminds me of the frog in the boiling water analogy: if a frog is put in a pot of boiling water, it will jump out immediately. If a frog is put into a pot of room temperature water and the heat is added slowly, it will stay there and be boiled to death. I think we humans are the same way, and I’m no exception. We need to think bigger than the pot/situation in which we find ourselves. After all, we aren’t amphibians or reptiles. We can think and choose differently.

I experienced a deadly health condition (ovarian cancer) at 24 and have been exploring what it means to be truly healthy ever since. I can see my own past (and current!) bad behaviors mirrored in others and wonder how I can best use my experience to help. Hitting people over the head with all the knowledge I have hasn’t really worked. Me being silent about it and letting people continue to get colds and have headaches and pain, isn’t helpful either. I’m exploring a different option through this blog and sharing my journey. My hope is that you can avoid the hell that I experienced and live a much richer and fuller life.

So, how have I gained the health I have today after being told multiple times that I wouldn’t live, having had 13 weeks of 8 hours-a-day chemotherapy, a dozen blood transfusions, my abdomen sliced from my sternum to hips 5 times, a 5 pound tumor and 50 tumors taken out-at-one-time? That’s a long story, maybe for another time. The short version is to never give up. Look beyond what you can see. Cry, laugh, sing, dance, do yoga, take supplements, eat organic, work with alternative as well as mainstream health care practitioners and in various fields, talk to people, pray, and keep moving forward.

If you want to read more of my story now, visit http://www.lasaludorganics.com and check out the Meet Audrey tab. Today, I take just 3 supplements and eat whole, real, organic food, with the occasional treat to In-n-Out or a steak house. I’ve learned to lighten my grasp on “my health” and I recognize that it’s so often out of fear that we do and don’t do things: I used to be extremely rigid and regimented in what I ate and didn’t, ALL THE TIME. Thankfully, perfect love casts out fear (1John 4:18) and so I lean into His heart for me (and the world) and am watching this fear and control leave as I step into more and more health. It’s funny how it works that way. I let go, still using my knowledge and understanding (not throwing the baby out with the bathwater), and I get even healthier.

May love and health come to you like a river! Thanks for coming on the journey with me. I’d love to hear how it’s going for you.
Namaste!

Read more from the UT Medical Center: http://www.utmedicalcenter.org/news/370/5-ways-nutrition-can-prevent-cold-flu-and-treat-them/
Read more from Washington State University: http://www.pitt.edu/~super4/38011-39001/38711.ppt