He passed from a prolonged illness. We all know that means cancer. The word cancer holds so much emotional power, it’s often not even spoken aloud.
My friend Chris Wark was told that he had colorectal cancer before he was in his 30’s. Chris found that nutrition and mindset were critical to his recovery.
Since then, 14 years have passed. I’ve got to say, Chris is not only alive, he’s an example of vibrant health and vitality.
He’s taken what could have become a personal tragedy and turned it into a calling. Chris has compiled tons of information and helped thousands of other people on their cancer journey.
I’ve seen the testimonials firsthand. Mind you I don’t believe that all people can be cured of all cancers by any approach at this point in history. But I do believe that those who have combined the right mindset and nutrition along with the most effective modern care have the best odds of success.
Chris has pulled all the science he’s learned since then together for a free program called Square One. I wanted you to know about it in case you or a loved one is dealing with a cancer diagnosis. The information Chris is freely sharing could save your life.
To your best health,