MCLEAN, VIRGINIA, UNITED STATES, November 11, 2021 / – Everyone has their own definition of what it means to be “healthy”. For some, this may mean a full eight hours of sleep and eating properly, while for others, it may mean exercising five times a week. The term has certainly changed meaning as external influences have made it very one-sided. While defining, maintaining, and implementing good health measures in life can be challenging, there are some misconceptions that can lead individuals to a path they would never have seen for themselves.

In her new book, “Healthy People Also Get Cancer,” author Stayce Jones tells her personal story of how she went from being a certified health and wellness coach to a life-threatening illness that completely changed her outlook on health industry. In her 15 years of studying the effects of herbs and juices on disease prevention, this Washington woman was on the path to truly discovering the world of health and what it means to those who may be suffering. As a business manager by trade and currently on the road to completing her Bachelor studies in Finance, Jones has always found a way to put her health first and has even been invited to speak at numerous summits and welfare events on expertise. her. As she teaches individuals practical ways to incorporate healthy habits into daily life, she would never expect to receive a diagnosis that would forever change the way she approached health.

Just weeks after celebrating her 40th birthday and celebrating the wedding of her dreams, Stayce was diagnosed with stage 2B Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma, which is an aggressive form of blood cancer. For someone who embodied perfect health in many ways, cancer was the furthest from her mind. Only when she began to experience breathing problems and extreme fatigue that pushed her to control her body. After the initial shock, Jones knew she had to change her mentality to conquer this chapter of her life. Just a few weeks before her first treatments, she was offered little or no opportunity for a natural plan due to the size of her tumors. Using what she had already learned in her 15 years of extensive knowledge and training, she was able to change the way she viewed natural treatments and conventional medicine and took her definition of health once and for all.

Through this novel, Jones delves deep into answering difficult questions, such as whether all cancers are preventable, are known remedies for the answer, and much more. Her thought process and knowledge from her experience show many different lifestyles to be healthy and how each has value in our body. In an effort to close gaps in holistic and scientific communities that have often had conflicting views in the past, even healthy people affected by cancer is a story that can help readers reduce their cancer risk by understanding how health as a whole is such. much more than we realize.

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