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Have you ever wanted to really know what happens during a battle with cancer, but didn’t want to ask? Have you gone through treatment and wanted the people in your life to understand what you struggled to communicate? Has someone in your life been diagnosed, leaving you to wonder what you could do for them? Once upon a time, a mother with two young girls seemed to have it her life’s path clearly defined until the universe threw cancer into the mix. Kathy Mydlach-Bero wrote E.A.T.: An unconventional decade in the life of a cancer patient to chronicle her courageous exploration of self-evolution, self-advocacy, and ongoing self-transformation as she connected with her body’s own healing potential while battling two unrelated forms of aggressive cancer. Bero rejected the notion that cancer or doctors alone would determine her fate, and while she took advantage of everything her hospital had to offer, she soon realized that the prescription medications and treatments she was subjected to could eventually kill her. Motivated by motherhood, Bero untangled from the established protocols as her doctors watched in disbelief. Kathy Bero’s unexpected outcome offered hope and inspiration to others, leading her to start NuGenesis, a non-profit organization created to provide community-based education on the role sustainable organic agriculture could play in preventing chronic disease and eating with the intention to heal.
“One cannot learn that which they think they already know.”
About the Author
Kathy Bero’s remarkable recovery from two rare and aggressive forms of cancer, took her advocacy work into a whole new arena. She used conventional medicine, food as medicine, reiki, meditation and other modalities to beat the odds and clear her body of the deadly disease. Energy healing along with the healing properties of food became the focal point of her recovery and a roadmap for her present advocacy work. In 2009, Kathy Bero founded NuGenesis, a non-profit organization modeled after her own home practices. She used her considerable talents as an organizer, communicator and consensus builder to teach others how to use specific foods to prevent chronic disease, improve disease outcomes and prevent recurrence. Bero believes that true health care reform starts with clean, high quality food.
Prior to her cancer diagnosis, Bero’s work ranged widely to include advocacy, facilitation, and consultation along with leadership development in the U.S and abroad. Bero has been recognized locally and nationally for her significant contributions in environmental advocacy and education, and executive produced the two-time Emmy award winning documentary WORTH FIGHTING FOR.
bound: 303 pages
publisher: Waterfront Press (March 17, 2017)
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