Chris Beat Cancer: A Comprehensive Plan for Healing Naturally

According to the National Cancer Institute, “In 2018, an estimated 1,735,350 new cases of cancer will be diagnosed in the United States and 609,640 people will die from the disease.” Cancer is not a word we want to hear let alone deal with. I’ve had several people in my family pass away from this disease, including my sister who died last year. It’s very painful to deal with and it leaves such deep sadness in its aftermath. There are some though that fought back and won. Meet Chris Wark.

Chris Wark

Two days before Christmas and at 26 years old, Chris Wark was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer. He had surgery to remove a golf ball-sized tumor and a third of his colon. But after surgery, Chris made a radical decision. Instead of chemotherapy, he drastically changed his diet and lifestyle in order to promote healing and well being. Now he’s a 14-year cancer survivor and has compiled a comprehensive plan called, Chris Beat Cancer, that may help other’s do the same.

Chris Beat Cancer

Chris Beat Cancer

In Chris Beat Cancer, Wark describes his healing journey and explain the specific methods he and many others used to overcome and beat cancer. Chris started off completely clueless on how to heal cancer. But after digging and devouring as much information as he could and interviewing people who healed from cancer naturally, he chose nutrition and natural, nontoxic therapies over chemo.

His choice was sparked by a morning show he was watching in the hospital waiting room before hearing bad news from his doctor. The quest was Jack LaLanne. Jack shared how a processed food diet was the cause of disease and how a diet of fresh fruits and vegetables, along with juicing could transform your health. He said, If man made it, don’t eat it! Life changing words indeed!

Chapter two talks about making a choice about the food we eat. It shares all the chemicals put in food production, cosmetics, prescription drugs, household cleaners, lawn care, fabric dyes and the list goes on. It also touches on how a sedentary lifestyle is also a factor in our health.

Good makes a lot of sense, but it doesn’t make a lot of dollars ~ Dr. Andrew Saul. Such is the attitude of many allopathic practitioners. Chris cuts to the chase and also exposes the corruption and ineffectiveness of both the medical and cancer industries. Even though this is the reality, our focus should be on healing, not being angry at the system.

Chris shares the strategies that he and many others have used to heal cancer. These strategies include adopting the Beat Cancer Mindset; radical diet and lifestyle changes; and mental, emotional, and spiritual healing, as well as advanced integrative therapies. Throughout the book, there are Tips sprinkled here and there with vital information that we can take action on immediately.

Chapter eight shares what foods and superfoods fight cancer. He lists the top ten anti-cancer vegetables and share which herbs, spices and teas help destroy cancer cells. Always buy organic when you can.

Chapter nine talks about plant power and juicing and shares an anti-cancer fruit smoothie recipe. Chapter eleven is called Take Out the Trash. It’s about removing all potentially toxic products and foods from your home. It also covers EMF pollution and how to reduce your exposure.

Dually packed with an emotional punch and extensive healing solutions, Chris Beat Cancer will inspire and guide you on your own journey toward wellness.

Square One Program

For those of you who want to take it a step further, Chris has created a course that walks you through every single step. It’s like Chris is there to mentor you.

Chris Beat Cancer Square One Program

Disclosure: I received product to facilitate a review. All opinions are my own, yours may differ. This post contains affiliate links.


  • I would like to win this for 1 of my dads friends. Although my father beat cancer, his friend was given the news there’s nothing more they can do. He has a few months to live says the doctor but I refuse to believe that. Maybe we can’t cure him but I would like to see if there is a way we can prolong his life.

  • I would like to win this book because my sister-in-law has lung cancer and was told that she has 3-6 months left.

  • I would like to win this for my family to have for ourselves & friends whomever may be in need of this

    • I agree with you tammy ta, I want it for the same reasons. To have to learn how to prevent cancer and how to fight it. For me and my family and my friends and neighbors.

  • I also beat cancer, But like you I have lost many family members to cancer. They say breast and ovarian cancer are most likely to happen to women who have a hard time getting pregnant. That was me now it is my daughter. SOOO I would love to win this book so I can help my children through Chris’s experience. Maybe even prevent. My son just found a lump on his neck. That is how it got my brother at 19.

  • Cancer runs in my family. I really think nutrition is the best medicine. I would love to learn ways to help prevent and cure cancer for my family and for myself.

  • As a nurse, I’m always interested in the natural ways to stay healthy. The book looks like alternative medicine and eating good foods help heal oneself.

  • We have had several friends with cancer. I think this book will give inspiration to those suffering.

  • I would love to win this book to read it for inspiration. So many have lost to this horrible disease!

  • I’ve been experiencing some health issues in the recent past so I would love this book to get some healthy living ideas.

  • I would like this to see if there is more I can do to help my husband who has metastatic cancer and is undergoing Immunotherapy.

  • My husband’s mother passed from leukemia about 10 years ago and we’ve been on a quest to improve our eating habits and eliminate toxins from our products. I’d love to learn more to keep my family as safe and healthy as I can.

  • I would love to win Chris’s book because I have been a long time follower of Chris and his inspirational story and I try and help ones I love to make decisions based on common sense approaches. Chris provides all of that. Thanks for the chance to win his book.

  • Everyone will be affected by cancer in one way or another. It may be you, a family member, a friend, coworker or neighbor. Cancer isn’t picky but it sounds as though this book gives you some armor and ammo to fight it when it comes to your door. I want this book to learn preventative measures and how to combat it. I want it for me, my family and for anyone I know that it can help.

  • The types of strategies he is proposing – even if they didn’t work to fight cancer, would sure make me a healthier individual overall so I am intrigued about reading more.