Organic diet helped me beat breast cancer, says Marchioness of Worcester

London, December 31 (ANI): The Marchioness of Worcester, who survived breast cancer, has credited an organic diet and complementary medicine with helping her beat the disease.

The former actress had breast and lymph cancer diagnosed in 2009.

The 54-year-old is now clear of the condition and she believes that her diet of organic food played a key role in maintaining her strength and aiding her recovery, the Telegraph reported.

The Marchioness, who as Tracy-Louise Ward starred in the 1980s television detective series C.A.T.S. Eyes, is more determined than ever to improve awareness about food.

She said that an "alkaline diet", which removes processed food, meat and alcohol, helped her to get through the chemotherapy and radiotherapy.

The Marchioness, who married the Marquis of Worcester, the eldest son of the 11th Duke of Beaufort, said that she had "never felt better" since switching to the diet.

She suggested that everyone should eat more raw vegetables, take supplements such as omega 3 and avoid meat. (ANI)


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