Complete blood test results — levels normal!

gogs gagnon writes about a plant-based diet

If you’ve read my book, you know that it’s no secret that junk food was the main staple in my diet growing up, which included consuming plenty of dairy products, tons of sweets, buckets of pudding, bowls of raw cookie dough, cake batter, icing, tons of chocolate, and gallons of cows milk. Such overindulgences continued into my adult life.

Recent studies have indicated a link between dairy and prostate cancer. It’s hard to say how much of a role my sugar and dairy addiction played in developing my prostate cancer. However, over the past six months, I’ve made dietary changes, only drinking water and dramatically reducing my junk food intake. Although I still eat fish, chicken, and the occasional sweet. And just for the record, I’m not taking any medication or supplements of any kind.

For more details, please visit The Link Between Dairy And Prostate Cancer Is Too Significant To Ignore.

A PDF copy is also available: The Link Between Dairy And Prostate Cancer Is Too Significant To Ignore.

Since I’ve made these changes, my health and energy levels have dramatically improved. And the best news is the results of a complete blood test report show that all my levels are now within the normal range across the board. Including optimal blood pressure and undetectable PSA!

That said, it’s essential to realize that not everybody will experience the same results. Please consult a medical professional to design a diet and exercise plan specifically for your individual needs and situation.

For more details, please watch my YouTube video, plant-based diet.

I’m grateful for the opportunity to share my prostate cancer diagnosis and lessons learned. You can listen to all my medical posts under Gogs’ Medical Testing.

If you’re newly diagnosed with prostate cancer and live in Canada 🇨🇦 please request a free Reef Knot Kit from Prostate Cancer Foundation Canada. Each kit contains a copy of my book, Prostate Cancer Strikes: Navigating the Storm. For more details, please read the Announcement in my local paper.

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