If you had a chance to push a friend out of the path of a speeding train, would you do it?
Of course you would. We all would. Hopefully that’s what I’m doing with this message.
Now, I’m not sure if a train is headed towards you or not. I pray it is not.
But why take the chance when there’s a simple and astonishingly effective way to possibly save your life.
And there really IS. I’ll get to that in a bit.
Imagine you get that phone call that everyone dreads.
“Your test results came back. We would like you to come in and meet with the doctor.”
No matter how many times you convince yourself that your test results aren’t bad, you can’t eat or sleep until that day comes.
You come in and sit across from the doctor, who’s staring at your lab tests when suddenly without warning, the words fall out of her mouth.
“You have cancer. I’m sorry.”
Breathing no longer exists. Tears flow. Hugs follow. You feel numb.
There are words of encouragement, but you hear none of them. Only “Cancer” echoing inside your head.
Your mind races with questions. Is it curable? Will I be in pain? How bad will the treatments be?
And then you realize you’re being selfish. Your mind quickly shifts…
Who will take care of my children? How will I work and get a paycheck? Who in my family will this hurt the most?
Now, as you read this message, you might be thinking:
“I’m never going to have cancer. That’s the kind of thing that happens to ‘other’ people.”
Ready for a couple of sobering but real stats?
1 in 2 men will have cancer in their lifetime.
1 in 3 women will have cancer in their lifetime.
Read those again.
50% of men will one day sit across from their doctor and hear “You have cancer.”
33% of women will also hear those dreaded words.
If those doesn’t make you want to change everything about your lifestyle to make sure you aren’t on the wrong end of those statistics, I don’t know what will.
But it doesn’t end there. The worse part is that those numbers are climbing each and every year.
Yes, as many advances as we’ve made in modern medicine…as many billions of dollars we’ve invested in cancer research…
Every year, the odds of getting cancer tick up and up and up.
That’s a bunch of negative thinking I just dumped onto you.
But remember, I did it for a reason.
You see, I don’t want you to ever forget about the real world risks for getting cancer.
Or in fact other deadly, debilitating or chronic diseases.
Like a heart attack. Or stroke.
The reason I really want to remind you of these risks is to actually HELP you (remember the train).
Yes, this is the part where I can help push you to safety.
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Without ever having a heart attack or a stroke!
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And I pray that you never have that dreaded conversation with the doctor.
To your lifetime of good health,
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