aterfront Press announces the release of Kathy Mydlach-Bero’s new book E.A.T.: An unconventional decade in the life of a cancer patient

Waterfront Press, and Author Kathy Mydlach-Bero announce the release of E.A.T.: An unconventional decade in the life of a cancer patient, written in journal format and based on the 18 journals she kept during her battle with two aggressive cancers and struggle to recover from debilitating treatments. The book chronicles her courage to self-advocate, evolve as a person and eventually transform her life from merely surviving to thriving.

Respecting but recognizing the limitations of medical practitioners, Mydlach-Bero rejected the notion that cancer or doctors had any role in deciding her fate, which inevitably left her at a fork in the road. While she had taken advantage of everything her hospital had offered, Mydlach-Bero began to question conventional wisdom. Her medical team charged with “doing no harm,” seemed to be killing her slowly as vital organ after vital organ began to fail under a barrage of prescription medications and treatments. After turning to meditation, Mydlach-Bero discovered another way and untangled herself from conventional protocols. Her proactive spirit and undeniable physical improvement impressed her oncology team enough that they supported her decision to jump off the protocol train and use energy healing and food as medicine to continue her battle to heal her mind, body and spirit.

 

About the Author

Through her remarkable recovery from two rare and aggressive forms of cancer, Mydlach-Bero developed her mantra “eating with the intentional to heal” and now uses it to help and inspire others. To that end, she founded a non-profit organization using her considerable talents as an organizer, communicator, fundraiser, and consensus builder to teach how to employ specific foods to prevent chronic disease, improve disease outcomes, and prevent recurrence. She whole-heartedly believes that true health care reform starts with fresh and clean high quality food. Prior to her cancer diagnosis, Mydlach-Bero’s work ranged widely to include advocacy, leadership development, facilitation, fundraising and consultation in the U.S and abroad. She has been recognized locally and nationally for her significant contributions in environmental advocacy and education, and executive produced the two-time Emmy award winning documentary WORTH FIGHTING FOR. Mydlach-Bero is a mother of two children and resides in Delafield, WI.

 

To learn more about Kathy Mydlach-Bero’s work and E.A.T.: An unconventional decade in the life of a cancer patient, visit her website at www.kathymydlachbero.com or find her at: 

Facebook: KathyMydlachBero

Twitter: @kathybero1

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To schedule Kathy Mydlach-Bero for an interview, present at your event or appear at a book signing, please contact her directly at 608-698-4129 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . For bulk book orders contact the author’s agency at: Abby Bergman, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or Waterside Productions at 760-632-9190

 
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