Lettuce Addiction Diagnosis

A woman claims she is lucky to be alive – after her husband realised she had breast cancer when she developed a bizarre addiction to LETTUCE.Elsie Campbell, 59, suddenly decided she couldn’t get enough of the green stuff – but had no idea why.But husband Jim, a forensic scientist, realised there must be a reason behind his wife’s constant lettuce munching – and deduced that her body was trying to fight the cancer with vital nutrients found in the salad leaves.

A woman claims she is lucky to be alive - after her husband realised she had breast cancer when she developed a bizarre addiction to LETTUCE.Elsie Campbell, 59, suddenly decided she couldn't get enough of the green stuff - but had no idea why.But husband Jim, a forensic scientist, realised there must be a reason behind his wife's constant lettuce munching - and deduced that her body was trying to fight the cancer with vital nutrients found in the salad leaves.

A woman claims she is lucky to be alive - after her husband realised she had breast cancer when she developed a bizarre addiction to LETTUCE.Elsie Campbell, 59, suddenly decided she couldn't get enough of the green stuff - but had no idea why.But husband Jim, a forensic scientist, realised there must be a reason behind his wife's constant lettuce munching - and deduced that her body was trying to fight the cancer with vital nutrients found in the salad leaves.

A woman claims she is lucky to be alive - after her husband realised she had breast cancer when she developed a bizarre addiction to LETTUCE.Elsie Campbell, 59, suddenly decided she couldn't get enough of the green stuff - but had no idea why.But husband Jim, a forensic scientist, realised there must be a reason behind his wife's constant lettuce munching - and deduced that her body was trying to fight the cancer with vital nutrients found in the salad leaves.

A woman claims she is lucky to be alive - after her husband realised she had breast cancer when she developed a bizarre addiction to LETTUCE.Elsie Campbell, 59, suddenly decided she couldn't get enough of the green stuff - but had no idea why.But husband Jim, a forensic scientist, realised there must be a reason behind his wife's constant lettuce munching - and deduced that her body was trying to fight the cancer with vital nutrients found in the salad leaves.