Hey y'all, I'm running the Lighthouse 100 mile footrace next weekend not just to push my own limits, but to raise money for Cancer Crackdown - an alternative-healing group for cancer.
I'm 9 days out from running 100 miles at the Lighthouse 100 in Michigan. Today was a nice light run with Nellie.
March 20, 2018, cancer got the best of my dad, but what pisses me off, is there were other ways to help him that I was completely ignorant to. After he passed away, I found out about alternative healing and how eating right and properly fueling your body can help fight cancer. Genetics play a significant role in only 5-10% of all cancers, but we're still trying to find a "cure" when prevention for most cancers is possible. Cancer loves sugar (it's their main fuel source). Actually, when they put the cancer patient in the MRI machine, they have them consume a super-sugary drink. The machine then reads the glucose metabolism hot spots. On February 14th, 2018, I took my dad to the doctor's, in which there were lollipops sitting on the counter, we had one. March 19th, 2018, I gave my dad a pack of skittles before I left to go home for the night. I'm not saying that we shouldn't enjoy ourselves and have an apple pie once in awhile, but I wish I would've known, so now I try to let others know as well.
The money raised with this campaign will go to Cancer Crackdown that uses 100% of the money to help those fighting cancer by providing them with alternative methods of treatment including supplementation and dietary changes. Thanks for your support!
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