Stories of Success

“This program came at the perfect time for me when I was feeling vulnerable and trying to get over this last hurdle – the moving on phase and being a true survivor!  It has proven to be an empowering experience.  My sincerest thanks!”

“I have grown to enjoy the folks that we have come to meet.  Some of them are very different than I am, and it has given me the opportunity to learn new lessons and ideas.”

“I think I needed the stress reduction sessions the most.  I now have the ability to slow down, take some deep breaths.  I feel I can better manage the stresses in my life, I am more at peace not only myself but also with those around me.”

“I came to the program a bit unsteady.  I do not like having to ask for help.  I feel extremely privileged to have been part of this program.  I felt cared for by the staff and by my fellow classmates.  I felt that I was right where I needed to be.”

“I now eat far more veggies, and look at packaging, cutting processed foods, and working on cutting out sugar.”

“I’ve made many changes during the program, changes in activity levels, outlook, diet and confidence in the future and in my ability to affect my health and well-being.  I feel armed with knowledge.  The classes have given me back the trust in my body and my choices that I lost through cancer and  treatments.  This program, like any good rehab, has helped me move forward and I am thankful for the opportunity to participate.”

“I consider the Anticancer Lifestyle Program my fourth round of treatment…only this time, I am back in control.”

“What’s been most important to me is the sense of hope.  That there are in fact things I can do for myself, to improve my health and the quality of my life moving forward. Each small change I make makes me want to make another one.”

“Just reading the book on my own wasn’t enough; it took a whole village of dedicated professionals to craft David’s writings into a well-planned classroom experience.”

“I have changed aspects of diet, stress, exercise and toxin exposure, too numerous to mention here.  I am now more open to and actively pursuing change in support of my hoped-for, improved health outcomes and in allowing my body’s natural defenses to function well.”

“I have continued to try to improve my diet.  I eat very little red meat (hardly any, really) which is a big change.  I read labels much more.  I refer to the EWG.org site regularly before buying products (and have told friends about it).  I’ve stepped up my exercise routine.  I do exercise daily and continue to wear my pedometer and track my exercise and steps every day.  I have also kept the Wheel of Life in mind.  I have spent much more time meditating and developing the spiritual part of me.  I feel things are much more balanced.”