p.s. Thank you for all of your e-mails and comments about my posts. I know that many of you are enjoying the nutritional pearls that I am gleaning from my conversations with Dr. Gonzalez. Don’t worry, I will be reporting more of this type of information in one way or another down the road. I am excited and committed to share the truth about good health.
Hello All! Wow, time is flying by. Hard to believe I’ve been on the new regime five months.
I’m writing to update you on my recent blood draw and to let you know I’m going to take a break from blogging for a while. I’ll still post my health updates but I’m finding it challenging to find time to execute my therapy, care for my family and write/research. I don’t want you to worry when you don’t hear from me for a few weeks. The truth is that I feel better than I have in years, both physically and mentally. I still can’t get over how dramatic and quick the shift has been.
As far as test results go, I continue to have improvements. Hemoglobin increased from 10.1 to 10.3 and hematocrit increased from 32.8 to 33.1, which means it is almost in range. Red and white blood cells continue to be in range.
For the second month in a row, IGA moved in the wrong direction. As I mentioned before, I don’t like it when that happens but I know that we patients don’t heal in straight lines. Cancer recovery is a bumpy, windy road and both Dr. Gonzalez and my conventional oncologist have informed me that IGA can be fickle and is not necessarily indicative of the truth.
So, that’s all for now, friends. Take care.