Diets Prevention

How This Nutritional Psychiatrist Used Food To Cope With Breast Cancer

Some years ago, I was in a luxurious hotel room in Beverly Hills, glancing at sun speckles dancing on the wall, remembering how good it felt to read a book and slide comfortably into an afternoon nap. My husband and I were enjoying a long-awaited and much-deserved long weekend to celebrate his birthday-an event that had gradually evolved into an annual opportunity to get away from our lives to relax and reset.

As I settled myself in to nap, I moved the book, brushing against an odd spot on my chest. It was definitely a lump. I wanted to doubt the accuracy of my clinical skills, but I could not. The odds were high it was cancer.

The next steps:

Back in Boston, I was diagnosed within seven days. That week was a whirlwind of tests and appointments that flew by at lightning speed. I felt blessed for having access to some of the best medical care in the world. Despite immense support from colleagues and friends, for the first time in my life I was facing something I had not anticipated. Read more…

Related posts

ELSE Nutrition’s Plant-Based Infant Foods Launch in Over 380 US Retail Locations

brettafarley

The 13 Best Supplements for Men 2021

brettafarley

Top 10 Food and Nutrition Trends on the Horizon for 2021

brettafarley

Leave a Comment