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Updated: Mar 9, 2021

God created man in his own image and likeness and put him in control of His creation. But man abused himself and neglected being God's steward here on earth. Through the years, man succumbed to all types of illnesses, both acute and chronic diseases brought about by unhealthy lifestyle and other risk factors such as the environment, genes and infection.

After being diagnosed with cancer, God wants you to go back to nature to be healed.

N - No smoking, including passive smoking. No alcoholic beverages, caffeinated and carbonated drinks. Instead, breathe fresh air and drink lots of water daily.

A - Avoid processed food and drink, Instead, eat whole food plant based low fat, low salt, low sugar and high fiber diet.

T - Trim your waistline by hiking, trekking or mountaineering.

U - Use natural ingredients like herbs and spices for seasoning and whole food as source of sugar.

R - Respect life in all its form and the environment as you reduce the carbon footprint, recycle and reuse.

E - Embrace a tree and expose yourself to the sun to be energized.

Today is Day 7 of the 30 days to Change Your Life After Cancer Diagnosis. When you PAUSE, you reflect on God's words. When you PRAY, you ask for God's help, And when you PERFORM, you do your best and God will do the rest because " without works is dead."(James 2:26)


From Genesis 1:29, God also said: "See, I give you every seed-bearing plant all over the earth and every tree that has seed-bearing fruit on it to be your food..."


God, our Father, I glorify you because you provide for all my needs in a way that is best for me but I need to go back to nature. You provide real food for me to eat, fresh air to breath, clean water to drink and sunshine to give me energy. May I harness God's blessings from nature without causing harm to mother earth. This I ask in Jesus Name. AMEN.


Eat a healthy breakfast of whole grain, fresh fruits and vegetables and healthy protein, exercise regularly and go natural.

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