You know this cancer business will change your thinking about
several things. You tend to take inventory of the important people in your life and place a new perspective on things in general. One of those things is the way we eat. There's a lot of talk of supplements and juices and organic foods, etc.
It would seem advantageous to eat organic foods, although I've read that our soils have been depleted of valuable minerals and such. Is it worth seeking out organics? I've never been overly strict about the foods my wife and I eat other than avoiding obviously bad choices such as fried foods. It would also seem obvious to avoid foods which were subjected to pesticides and other chemicals. This brings me to the point, which is to avoid any chemicals that may not be necessary. Who knows how much gunk we've eaten over the years which may have contributed to our cancer? My father worked around chemicals developing solid rocket motor fuel for the space program and came down with leukemia some 30-40 years later. Related? Most likely.
Detox. What's the best plan of attack? Do we supplement our diets? Do we replace some portion of our diets? What has your research led you to believe? What is your family doing that makes you feel better or at least feel better about your choices?
Hope you all are well.