We have an established relationship with local practitioners who take a more integrative and complementary approach to cancer, promoting a healthier lifestyle. This network is built with certified and licensed practitioners with specializations in treating cancer patients. 

Massage therapy, craniosacral therapy, health coaching, energy therapy, reflexology, yoga therapy, psychosocial support, personal training and the list goes on.

Our beneficiaries have found success in using an integrative approach. They have continued to be supported by their physicians at the larger local institutions, even while choosing an alternative path. It doesn’t have to be just one type of treatment.

A Great Place to Start

As we continue to grow our resources, take a peek at what we like to keep in our library. If you have a great resource you’d like to suggest, shoot us an email or visit our facebook page, @HealTHYLifeNJ

Radical Remission, by Kelly A. Turner, Ph.D.

The Cancer Revolution by Leigh Erin Connealy, M.D.

Cancer Free! Are you sure? by Jenny Hrbacek, R.N.

Chris Beat Cancer, Chris Wark

Chris Beat Cancer (Blog)

Outsmart Your Cancer, Tanya Harter Pierce

The Cancer-Fighting Kitchen, Rebecca Katz and Mat Edelson

The Healing Platform, by Annie W. Brandt

Beating Cancer with Nutrition, Patrick Quillin

The Gerson Therapy, Charlotte Gerson and Morton Walker

The Truth About Cancer, Ty M. Bollinger

Anti-Cancer – A New Way of Life, David Servan-Schreiber

Curing Cancer with Carrots, Ann Cameron

The inspiration behind the creation of HealThy Life, Sharon, was diagnosed with Stage IV incurable cancer in July 2016 at the age of 36. She was prescribed high-dose chemotherapy as her only treatment option, which was, as admitted by her oncologists, merely a time-buyer. It was then that she decided to wage her personal battle against cancer integratively in search of a permanent cure. After she realized amazing results from her various treatments and lifestyle changes, as well as, maintaining a high quality of life. To read Sharon’s testimonial and story, read her blog post “A Packet of Hope” that shares more details about her journey.