Some of the most amazing people are those we meet on a plane. You never know who you'll meet or what kind of stories they may bring with them. My flight from Charlotte to Austin carried with it one of my favorite stories.
I met a man by the name of Joshua Hunt.* He was a restauranteur who owned several beer garden restaurants in Charlottesville. Meeting him was the confirmation this trip was supposed to be.
He was two years cancer free. Diagnosed with stage four brain cancer, most patients have an 18 month life expectancy. Faced with the decision to live the rest of his months in chemo or go the natural path with "hopes" it would work, Joshua chose the latter.
His path took him on an an exploration of a healthier life.
His testimony ends like this:
A man, diagnosed with a terminally ill disease, given only 18 months to live, is now cancer FREE for two years.
He is the walking, talking, living, breathing example of what we put into our bodies matter.
An organic, all natural diet, natural supplements can allow miracles to happen.
Our bodies have codeveloped with the plants around us. Our systems are meant to work in conjunction with what our earth provides.
Any information is purely study and not of my own beliefs. I can not diagnose or treat any symptoms.
*Joshua gave me permission to share his name and testimony.
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