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Wendy’s Living WILDFIT Journey
Having lived my adult life with a passion for health and wellness, I could not believe the words I just heard over the phone from my doctor… “you have cancer.” When I first learned that my biopsy returned a metastatic cancer diagnosis, I was at an airport in Texas, heading home to Arizona. Just like we all remember where we were when we heard about the plane crashing into the World Trade Center or where we were when the space shuttle blew up in 1986, I remember exactly where I was when I learned that I had cancer. I also remember the events very vividly following that life-changing phone call. I still keep the gentlemen in 5E in my thoughts for what he had to go through on my flight home. Read the full story here.
Before The Phone Call And Why We All Need To be Living WILDFIT
When a friend found WILDFIT through Mindvalley and asked me to join the challenge, a higher path opened. In May of 2017, we completed our WILDFIT 90 Challenge. In October of the same year, I was diagnosed with cancer.
Many WILDFIT coaches’ stories start with an issue or turn of events that led them to try WILDFIT to fix an ailment or solve a health problem their medical institution failed to solve. When WILDFIT was wildly successful, they became a Certified Independent WILDFIT Coach to share their experience with others. My story is in reverse.
Purposefully, living WILDFIT helped me get through cancer, chemo, and radiation by understanding the human diet and what the body needs to heal and stay cancer-free. Healing with Volition™ is my mission to help cancer patients and others navigate their health journey, stay cancer-free, prevent disease, and reverse our global diet crisis.
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