Breast Cancer Survival – Time To Celebrate!

I want to shout it from the rooftops and dancing in the rain!
I am cancer free!
Tumor markers have not only remained in the very healthy normal range below 40 (from 114.6 last year), they have again dropped to now 18.9! YAY! YES! HAHAHA!!!
Several physical exams confirm that the 2-3 cm tumors are completely gone, even though I was told last year that this would be impossible (with the traditional methods).
There is NO pain, not even a side effect from the one medication I take, and all other values are completely normal as well.

I am committed to continuing my holistic regimen in addition to the hormone therapy that I do, for the rest of my life, and to maintain all the lifestyle changes that have helped me so much. And yes, this includes to never eat sugar or drink alcohol, to do about 25 different things, supplements,… every day, to do daily coffee enemas and using a chi machine and infrared sauna, to drink essiac tea religiously 3 times per day, as well as CapsolT and Curamed 750, cell salts, Mold cleansing, being perfectly alcaline and at my ideal weight, and much more, in addition to growing and eating from my own organic garden, and juicing large amounts of green juices and wheat grass every day.

It’s involved, it’s time consuming, it’s fun, and it gives me that wonderful feeling of fighting for and celebrating every day.
Every single time that I choose to do something for my health feels like a strong, strong statement to the universe that I want to live, want to be here, and want to enjoy every moment of my life and with my family to the fullest.

Being healthy is a commitment, and it can be scary to take full responsibility. But we are never alone. I am so grateful for all the amazing support I have been getting along the way, and the doors that opened once I asked that one life changing question to my now super supportive and wonderfully excited medical team:

“Is it really impossible to get rid of this, or do you just not know how to do it?”

2 Comments

  1. Tim Carson on August 8, 2015 at 4:38 pm

    Ingrid,

    I am rejoicing with you! When we spoke recently our conversation was not about health. But if we would have talked about health I would have shared the story of my wife’s breast cancer – how she was receptor positive and how through hormone therapy and a holistic regime now three years later she is entirely cancer free! Miracles happen every day – especially in these mind-body-spirit unities we have!!

    • Ingrid Dinter on August 10, 2015 at 10:13 pm

      Thank you Tim! Yes, we sure have a lot to share.
      I am looking forward to our next conversation. Please give my best withes to your wife!

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