Mar 7, 2013 7:42 PM by Allison Bourne-Vanneck
While doctors continue looking for cures for cancer, Lafayette resident Priscilla Valldejuli says she was healed without having surgery. And she did it...through food.
Valldejuli says good health starts with her blender. She's made shake after shake since 2003, when she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer--the prognosis was not good.
"When you're told you have cancer, your whole life is a motion picture in front of you. And I said, "What am I going to do?" Priscilla Valldejuli said.
Doctors recommended a hysterectomy, but her holistic naturopath doctor recommended something different.
"She said, why don't you bombard your body with this nutrition she had placed me on," Valldejuli said.
Valldejuli began blending fruit, almond milk, and a product called Sun-Rider that has concentrated whole foods and plant based herbs.
Two weeks later she went back to her first doctor.
"He said it's as if Priscilla, you never had anything," Valldejuli said.
Dodie Venable is a certified natural health professional, and she's not surprised by Priscilla's story.
"When Priscilla decided that she was going to use fresh fruit and vegetables, she pretty much caused her body to go into a ph balancing state, which at times the acid was reduced in her body, and therefore so was the inflammation. And her body was given the ability to heal itself," Dodie Venable said.
10 years later, Valldejuli continues to blend--cancer free
Let food be your medicine and medicine be your food," Valldejuli said.
For more information on Priscilla Valldejuli's shakes, you can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org