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Melissa  🌻FL Girl🌼 🌹IIIB Ovarian Cancer Survivor🌺 🚫I said NO to chemo🚫 Remission 9/28/16🀘 Food = Medicine🍏🍊🍌 🌱Plant based lifeπŸ“πŸπŸ‰ ⇩read my story⇩


Today was also lab day! Hoping to get my results by the end of the week. πŸ™πŸ™

I made it!!!!! Today marks 1 year!πŸ™πŸ™ My cancerversary! A year ago today my life forever changed. I came out of major surgery learning that I had cancer and would never have children of my own. I learned more than I could have ever imagined over the last year and I'm so very blessed! I'm excited for what this next year has to offer. My body is the only place I have to live so you can bet your ass I'm gonna treat it like the amazingness it is... It's not like we can go out and buy another body like we do our cars, TVs, phones, etc. That is why I share what I do because I want to help others realize they have the control and power to flourish in life and not be a victim to the industry. If you want something bad enough you'll do the work to make it work.. That applies to so many areas in our lives. I didn't know where I'd be today with the route I chose but I'm so so glad I tried it because boom here I am.πŸ‘Š


Philly cheese sub! It was so yummy!

I found a vegan restaurant in Gainesville so I decided to surprise my dad and we took him to dinner there last night. His first vegan outting but not his first vegan meal of course. He wasn't too sure about this place at first (he hates change and new things sometimes) as he kept complaining about things... But once we got our food... He loved it! He said he'd definitely be coming back and even ordered extra food to takeout and bring home!! lolπŸ‘Œ We had alittle talk with the owner and this is definitely a place I'll be coming back to. Mission accomplished.✌

1 year apart. The human body is an amazing thing isn't it?! I'm only 25-30lbs lighter than I was a year ago but my strength now is immeasurable! My scars tell a special story and I'll be honest I'm still learning to love this new stomach of mine, some days I'm strong and embrace it full force, other days I can't stand to look at it because it disgusts me. It's my body and its not going anywhere so I am working on that. Day by day, step by step. Its part of my journey. I don't say it often to myself but I'm damn proud of myself!! I'm not perfect and have tons of room for improvement but what I've tackled and accomplished this last year have been amazing and I'm so blessed!

2007 vs 2017
My journey is far from over but from 2007 through 2016 I suffered from depression, anxiety, panic attacks, being overweight, gluten issues, stomach issues (food not digesting and spoiling in my stomach then coming back up and food not digesting by going straight through me), constipation/diarrhea, hair loss, eczema, hypoglycemia and Cancer. In 2016/2017, thanks to some awesome Netflix documentaries I made some serious lifestyle changes and went to raw/plant based food, and I'm ecstatic to say I no longer have any of those issues aside from occasional anxiety!!✌ People tell me all the time "You're strong, I could never give up meat or cheese" or "I don't like vegetables" or "I already eat pretty healthy"... Translation = excuses!! If you don't like me saying that then oh well, I just laugh because I said the same exact things my entire life. I used to say I only live once I'll eat whatever I want and enjoy it. Now look at the scenario here of the choices I have to make after all the interesting information I've learned during my journey... Eat the old things I loved, processed foods, meats galore (I chose leaner meats most of the time to keep my carbs down), dairy/cheese, etc and continue to have weird and unexplained health issues that doctors couldn't answer for or fix OR do something crazy and radical by taking control of my life and body, get rid of the dead corpses/animal flesh I was eating that were feeding the diseases I had and instead feed my body good nutrient rich raw and cooked vegetables and lots and lots of fruits! The changes I've experienced have been life changing for me and also for all the beautiful innocent souls I save by choosing plant life.πŸ‚πŸ–πŸ€πŸ’• If you want better health take a good look at what you are eating, drinking and thinking! It's a body, mind and soul transition. Do what makes you happy and healthy, BUT if you aren't happy or aren't healthy then perhaps you should make some changes, even small changes can lead up to bigger ones! If I can do it, then seriously anyone can. It's just a matter of how bad you want something is what it boils down to. I can't say that it will be easy but it's definitely worth it.πŸ™

😍😍Cute little bee 🐝having fun in my sunflower!🌻

Fresh organic homegrown yellow squash from my garden!🌱 First time trying it raw and it's surprisingly not too bad, a very neutral taste.


It's about money and population control. Sad but true.

Petroleum is added in the form of food colorings, and consequently, is quietly looming throughout America’s favorite products like sports drinks, candies and cakes. Unlike other countries, like Great Britain, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration continues to approve petroleum-based products in spite of the overwhelming, widely available research confirming its negative side effects.
With regular consumption, β€˜petroleum-rich’ foods have been proven to cause:

Weight gain
Allergic reactions and flare-ups
Hormonal imbalances (Increases estrogen and decreases testosterone)
Birth defects
Hyperactivity and ADD/ADHD

Its most dangerous, and regrettably, popular variations are yellow dye #5 and red dye #40. In fact, a whopping 90% of dyed foods on the market fall into one of these two camps. Yellow dye #5 and red dye #40 are both documented carcinogens and known allergens.

I'm in awe! It's so beautiful! I think I need to plant more of this pretty variety.🌻🌻🌻 And I need to look into a sunflower maze, how amazing would it be to be surrounded by these beauties!😍😍

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