Noela Muller shares life lessons from a cancer survivor: one woman’s personal health quest. This is a story about how determination and research can alter the course you are heading. Learn how one woman’s personal quest to discover everyday habits that changed her life forever.
Noela Muller is a retired registered nurse whose career was rudely interrupted with a diagnosis of stage 4 colon and liver cancer in 2008. She now uses her experience to help people help themselves.
Being used to hard work Noela grew up on a farm and then went on in married life to come back to farming, a life she loved. That together with her nursing work ended up being the cause for her undoing health wise.
In the last 12 years Noela has connected the dots to realise that many, many things contributed towards a cancer diagnosis at age 55. A series of illnesses as a child and in her teen years ended up with her getting allergies to foods, asthma, depression and skin rashes. This combined with working with harsh chemicals in her farming and nursing work all combined to lead to her getting cancer.
She states that thankfully now there is an established, and rapidly growing body of evidence based research which shows that maintaining a healthy body or regaining a healthy body is as simple as
- Reduce the toxins
- increase nutrition
- balance energy.
Noela uses her journey to help others; those who are well and want to stay that way, those with debilitating chronic diseases and those who are facing a significant health challenge or want to help someone who is.
Noela did extensive research to get herself well again. It is possible to be a cancer survivor. Learn how one woman’s personal quest to discover everyday habits that changed her life forever.
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