FFC is building a community that values health and fitness by empowering people who have been diagnosed with cancer, or are affected by the disease, to fight its effects with strength training and nutritional guidance.
As long as this disease has been around, physicians have been studying the impact of overall health on the ability of patients to defeat it and thrive. We’ve taken things a step farther and believe that a specific regimen of keto and alkaline diet, combined with workouts that directly target replacing fat with muscle, are key to starving at least certain kinds of cancer cells of nourishment. In our limited experience, the results we’ve been able to achieve are nothing short of astonishing, but we need to know more.
FFC founder Sam Juzbasich, diagnosed with third stage Hodgkin’s lymphoma in May of 2018, has, by rigorously applying his regimen and chemotherapy, managed to reduce the instance of cancer cells in his body by more than 85% in just four months. Results are so dramatic, we need to know – can we help others with similar conditions deliver similar results? Which types of cancers are most and least responsive to similar efforts? How much data would represent an adequate representation of our approach to wellness – and, in the end, how much does it matter if we can help people remain healthy while we’re waiting for substantiation?
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Fitness fights cancer is a nonprofit corporation that is currently applying for 501c3 status. Donations made at this time may not qualify for tax exemption.