A man defied the odds by beating stage IV cancer by just changing his daily lifestyle choices.
After performing an exploratory surgery, surgeons found a fist-sized tumor in Rob Mooberry, who was diagnosed with stage IV terminal colorectal (colon) cancer. According to Alt Health Works, doctors revealed that he had only a few weeks left to live.
Mooberry then went through several chemotherapies, but it did not stop cancer. This prompted him as well as his wife, Amanda Mutchler, to take drastic measures in their lifestyle choices.
Both of them decided to go vegan and started doing their research in terms of medicinal herbs. They even did coffee enemas for detoxification.
After researching a lot about going to an alternative cancer treatment center based in Mexico, but due to a lack of money, they could not afford to do it.
So, the couple decided to take any measures they could in their home itself. They cut out all meat and dairy products as well as sugar and acidic food.
They only consumed raw vegan diet, which was high in nutrients and antioxidants, which even helped their body to fight the diseases.
It was then discovered that in just about three weeks time, Mooberry's cancer was reduced by 80%. By December 2014, there was no trace of cancer in his body.
It definitely worked for Mooberry. But the bartender is not rushing to suggest anyone do what he did because he realizes that every cancer 'is a different story.'
“I’m not standing on my soapbox saying everyone needs to go plant-based and vegan. But if you’re going to ask me what worked for me, I’ll tell you: this diet,” the source quoted him as saying.
The source revealed that this year, Mooberry is celebrating the fourth year of being cancer-free. He also shares twin children with wife, Mutchler.