Jenny free of breast cancer, better mood and energy on carnivore diet

At one time, doctors had told Jenny her aggressive form of breast cancer would likely claim her life in about a year’s time. She shares her triumphant story of beating that cancer and how following a carnivore diet has helped her along that journey.

“I had been through conventional medicine in 2009 for my first diagnosis, which almost killed me, and I was not going to go that route a second time,” Jenny says. “Instead, I made a lot of changes to both my diet and lifestyle between October 2017 and March 2018.” After hearing incredible success stories online from those in the carnivore community, Jenny decided to take the plunge. In March of 2018, Jenny switched over to a 95% carnivore diet and hasn’t looked back. “My latest MRI in June of 2018, without chemotherapy and radiotherapy, has shown no evidence of cancer.”

Jenny shares that she had previously tried a raw vegan diet. However, her dermatitis worsened while she was eating mostly plants. She had some digestive issues and bloating, but just figured it was a normal part of life at the time. Jenny started studying nutrition therapy, and also is certified as an herbalist and acupuncturist. “Without my education, I don’t think I could have done it,” she says. “It led me to be much more open to change and to look at every aspect of not only healing myself, but contributing to healing our planet, instead of taking from it.”

Jenny began the transition to the carnivore diet by fasting so that her body was in ketosis for three days. This seems to have made her transition easier, and she only experienced mild headaches. “My husband and I decided to try the carnivore diet for a month, and I found my dermatitis had completely cleared up,” Jenny recalls. They continued on the diet for another four months. “I had been in hospitals and on steroid creams for it, and once I was on the carnivore diet it completely went away.”

Jenny remains in remission from her aggressive breast cancer. “Because I’m a trained nutrition therapist, I have done my own private testing as well. I refused the standard cancer treatments. It was my decision, and I continued to do different therapies for myself. It’s working, and I have no problems. I feel better than I have ever felt in my life.” Jenny continues to monitor herself. The tumor is gone, and the cells are dormant.

Jenny and her husband keep their food choices simple. She’ll enjoy bacon and eggs for her first meal, sometimes including yogurt and an avocado. For dinner, she typically will eat steak. Her husband has noticed he no longer craves sweets. “We don’t make it complicated, and we do intermittent fasting as well.”

In addition to keeping her cancer in remission, Jenny has found additional benefits. “My mental health is better, my physical health is better, and I have resolved the tiredness I felt prior to my second diagnosis. I can honestly say that everything is better! Going carnivore has given me the best health of my life.”

Results are not typical. All viewers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before beginning any nutrition, supplement or lifestyle program.

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4 thoughts on “Jenny free of breast cancer, better mood and energy on carnivore diet”

  1. I agree. I have been low carb for 4 almost 5 years and almost 3 years carnivore and almost 2 years with ketones and I feel amazing. One thing led to another looting st the science doing an elimination diet

  2. Hello,I’m dealing with a precancerous issue in my left breast,had the same thing two years ago,and had a lumpectomy,followed keto for two years now I’m on carnivore for a month.
    They’ve been watching a area in my scar tissue that is the same as before,low grade,slow growing,precancerous with invasive cells.
    I refused rads and meds before and I don’t want that now so thinking of mastectomy.
    I’m sure I won’t get a quick answer to help my decision for I have only two weeks.
    But wondering if I should take the chance on carnivore getting rid of this invasion on my body,or do surgery?
    Please respond ASAP.

  3. Very Interesting story, happy to see she is healthy now.
    After her first operation she went raw vegan for 3 yrs, that would probably have stopped the Cancer from coming back, the second time it came back she had an operation and so the Cancer was resolved, sometimes they ask you to do chemo just to make sure but its not essential, so she cant say Carni healed her Cancer in my humble opinion, her feeling great I would agree as many feel this way.

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