One month after Maggie Jones’ 40th birthday, she was diagnosed with terminal, stage 4 lung cancer that had spread to her eye, liver, four tumors in her brain, and more than a dozen lymph nodes throughout her chest, neck and abdomen. Her prognosis of six to eight months with conventional treatment seemed optimistic. Her doctors were focused on making her comfortable. She was dying.
After doing a bunch of research, and in conjunction with her ‘traditional’ treatments, chemotherapy and radiation, while adopting a whole new lifestyle and a ketogenic diet, she found herself cancer free in just one year.
We talked with her and husband, Brad Jones, about their incredible journey and how that has led to them taking on a project to make a documentary called ‘Cancerevolution’ in an attempt to reach as many people as possible that there is hope for people out there who are diagnosed with cancer.
Their driving goal is to raise awareness of marginalized but evidence-based metabolic cancer therapies that can be used in conjunction with conventional treatment and can help save lives. The special deal they are offering LowCarbUSA folks is here. Scroll down a bit and on the right you will see a ‘Secret’ offer for LowCarbUSA. For just $25 you get the movie the minute it is released and your pre-payment goes to help fund the graphics and editing efforts to get it all finished.
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