Julia Bradbury, 52, shared a video with her 228,000 Instagram followers outlining how her life had to change following a terminal cancer diagnosis.
The Countryfile host received a breast cancer diagnosis in 2021, and a month after revealing the heartbreaking news to the public, she underwent a mastectomy to remove a 6 cm tumor.
In the emotional update, Julia disclosed that she had drastically altered her lifestyle, giving sleep a higher priority and giving up alcohol.
She also shared images showing how her life has been significantly altered by her year-long battle with cancer.
The Britain’s Best Walks star showed footage from her breast screening exam and hospital bed medical care in the video.
Julia revealed in the emotional update that she has drastically altered her lifestyle, giving up drinking and placing a high value on getting enough sleep.
She additionally posted images illustrating the profound changes in her life brought about by her year-long battle with cancer.
In the video, the Britain’s Best Walks star showed footage from her breast screening exam and hospital bed medical care.
The left breast underwent a mastectomy, and a 6 cm tumor was removed.
She proposed creating a documentary to increase awareness. Start distributing as much information as possible about the detection, avoidance, and advanced therapies for breast cancer.
“I promise to meditate daily and spend as much time as possible. Stop drinking and alter your diet.
“Assist in noble endeavours alongside lovely people. Keep your ties to the natural world strong. Re-establish contact with my family, friends, and former self. Keep learning new things.
Give priority to sleep, exercise, and nutrition. Start reading a book and keep grinning.
Julia also provided evidence of her efforts to raise awareness of breast cancer and its management.
“Due to my condition, I realized I couldn’t keep getting away with doing the bare minimum,” she wrote.
It will have been worthwhile if just one person gains from my knowledge.
We will all receive a cancer diagnosis at some point in our lives, with breast cancer being the most frequently detected globally malignancy. I don’t feel ashamed. With each new lesson I learn, my confidence grows. Small things matter a lot. Making time for your health will prevent you from making time for a disease.