Yeah, the results of the biopsy today will change my life. They may make it shorter. They may not. They may change what I do to respond to cancer.
But I know, regardless of the results, they won't change who I am.
I keep thinking how will my life change from today compared with last month or next month. And, really, most of the change has occurred already.
I've radically changed my diet. For years I've followed a yahoo group on the Budwig protocol and gleaned some of its lessons. I tried bits of it now and then but nothing full out.
Now I'm full out. Key to it is a mix of flax seed oil and cottage cheese for a host of complex scientific reasons. It's vegetarian and organic. But it isn't just diet. It's also relieving stress in your life and getting as much sunshine as possible.
And even if this biopsy shows I have a bionic fungus, I need to follow this diet for the rest of my life. And right now I'm fine with that.
Last night was a test, though. I brought home some fried chicken for my brother, one of my favorites. The smell of it near did me in. But I piously left it alone and had my cottage cheese and flax seed oil smoothie with fresh pineapple, blueberries, carrot juic and apple juice.
The benefits of this protocal are, first, it strengthens the body to fight disease. And for me that disease is cancer. But it addresses other ills as well - asthma, arthritis, heart issues. And I've been doing this a week and already my hair is thicker.
We'll see what happens today. But regardless my life has changed. And that's not necessarily a bad thing.