My Story

From Cancer to GoldPlatinum… Diamond



Now that it’s been almost a year, my treatments are over and waiting for all final results, my oncologist, Dr. Scalzo has approved me to use Skinny Fiber again. Skinny Fiber is helping me big time again.  My eyebrows & eyelashes grew back so quickly.  My hair is starting to gain momentum, lol.  Skinny Fiber has help my hair come in beautiful and grow a good rate.  My weight loss will be slow as my body is still sick. Once the Skinny Fiber helps rid my body of all the accumulated toxins, I will start to lose weight again. I also use Ageless on my skin. Chemo skin is awful.  I had burns from my wrist t my elbows and very dry skin from the chemo, but as soon as I started using Ageless, my skin healed.  It’s amazing what Skinny Body Care can do for your mind, body and soul.

 My story

Good morning. I just wanted to share with you. Some of you know I was diagnosed November 2011 with Breast Cancer and had surgery in December, 4 days after Christmas.  I had a lumpectomy, which means a good portion of my breast was removed along with the tumor . My left breast is down  1 cup and a half I have to wear a prosthesis. I don’t mind at all.  My surgeon is trying to convince me to have surgery on my healthy breast to make it the same size.  I don’t believe I will have it done as I am against surgeries if they are not necessary.

I then followed up in February 2012 with 20 weeks of chemotherapy

last chemo

My last chemo was July 2nd and then followed by 30 days of radiation.It’s been a rough 9 months, but things are going well. During this time I had to go on family leave from my J.O.B.  You know what that stands for right. Just over Broke!!! Well my JOB made me even broker. See I work as a Teaching Assistant and during family leaves there is NO disability insurance as we work for the state. So it was imperative I find a way to bring in income because CANCER is NOT CHEAP.

Tuesday 9/4 is my last of 30 straight days radiations.  I did have weekends off. Hurray!!!

I have a NO EXCUSE MINDSET. If you say you can’t, you can’t. Change your mindset. If I can do it, you can too!

No Excuses. I built my business from my sick bed, most days I couldn’t sit up for more than 5 minutes at at a time. I under went 20 weeks (5 months) of weekly of chemo treatments that made me very sick and weak. Some days I could only sit up 10-15 minutes at a time to work my business, but I stayed consistent. I worked my business from my sick bed.  In between the severe weakness, throwing up, headaches, losing all my hair but I kept my spirits high.  I believe that if it wasn’t for my business and my business family, a few of my family members, I would of not done as well as I did.

I’m definitely strong, a survivor and because of this I know I can do anything.  So join me today in the best business ever.  click here

You have to plug in daily and do the GPS system we have in place. If I can do this business anyone can. There is no excuse to building the right business.

I brought in over 120 people to my business in less than 6 months.  I went from Bronze to Gold and I’m almost a Platinum working Skinny Body Care part-time. I went Platinum in June, the July I hit Diamond.  I cried so much when I hit Diamond as that day change my life and my families life forever.


Join the best business there is.  It’s so easy.  I will teach you how I did it, but you must be committed to building your business and follow directions.  So what’s stopping you?  Get rid of the excuses today. Click Here for more information.


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  • Stella Scott

    You have a powerful story to tell! It is so true what you say about how expensive it is to be sick, that was the biggest concern for a friend of mine going through breast cancer treatment. How will I afford it? Congratulations on success both with business and health! 🙂

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