Kelis explains how her husband’s death affected her wellness journey a year later: ‘I want to live well’
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Keris is getting candid about her journey to health a year after her husband’s death.
How ‘Feed Them’ Singer, 43, In New Clip On Instagram Death of Mike Mora A stage 4 stomach cancer diagnosis has inspired her to continue to take care of her and her family’s health. Mora passed away in March 2022 at the age of 37 after being diagnosed with cancer in 2020.
“It’s been just over a year…it’s crazy for me,” Kelis shared in the post’s caption. Yes, but I cannot deny the impact and evolution that my husband’s death has had on my life.”
“People always ask me how I started this journey. “We can’t handle one. Our thoughts and intentions are as powerful and important as the health and fitness of our skin,” she continued. I want to live well and this is to share what I know to be true.”
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Within the Instagram video posted in three different parts, Bounty & Full The founder explained that she began her health and farming journey many years ago when she was pregnant. Knight, 13, and Shepard, 7, are the sons of her. Daughter Galilee born in September 2020“I just wanted to eat well,” she said. “When I got pregnant, that’s when I really started to care and think.”
when her husband started battling cancer, It was revealed In September 2021, Kelis said the situation had changed further after looking at hyperbaric chambers and ozone therapy. According to Kelis, ozone therapy, often grouped with chemotherapy in countries such as Russia, Japan and Cuba, was “game-changing.” Unfortunately, Mora’s tumor recurred and “started to spread.”
“We ended up meeting this beautiful and intelligent man who actually invented the hyperbaric chamber. He gave us a recipe and a list of these mushrooms to start consuming,” says Kelis. I said that I already drank something similar, but the man gave me a recipe that was beneficial to his family.
“I don’t know where to go,” she said. “We go to the doctor for meaningless things. Really, it’s our food. It’s how we eat, how we live, how we breathe, how we put our feet in the soil. “
So Kelis said she started creating what she calls Brain Food. It was too late for my husband to eat, but she further explained the importance of avoiding stress. Every human being with expertise in this has resulted in stress-related deaths,” she said.
“I moved to a farm. “So when we think about health, and when we think about health, it’s really something that you can control with a little bit of thinking. Support us. Support black farmers. Why? Because we care.”
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Kelis opened in PEOPLE last September about how she decided to focus On cherishing every moment we spend together after my husband was diagnosed with cancer. “It didn’t happen all of a sudden. We were able to prepare, love and say goodbye.”
“We were able to spend the time we needed in the best possible way that we were given,” Kelis continued. is grateful.
The musician and chef added that she made a conscious choice to “accept” the situation at the time. “It was out of our hands from the beginning,” she said. “We are grateful for what we have. It’s part of life.”
“It doesn’t change the fact that I’m heartbroken…but it changes the way I approach it,” she continued. I want to control what I can control, how I treat people around me.I’m really focused on celebrating people when they’re here.They’re gone. I don’t think it will help much.”