I did all the right things to prevent getting cancer. A certified health coach, nutritionist & wellness speaker, I thought I’d be the last person to be diagnosed with breast cancer. Why did I still get it? Was there something else I could have done to prevent it? A couple years later, I am grateful to be cancer-free and now I’m on a mission to share everything I’ve learned about mitigating risk, managing symptoms, and staying mentally well when bad things happen – even if you “did everything right!” ‘Why Did I Get Cancer‘ features: • Eye-opening information about health/cancer risks that surround us (and solutions to mitigate risks) • Health & lifestyle tips to lower risk (easier and quicker than you’d think!) • Inexpensive solutions for lowering cancer risk DISCLAIMER: The information provided on this podcast pertaining to your health or wellness, or any other aspect of your life is not intended to be a substitute for the professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment provided by your own Medical Provider or Mental Health Provider. You agree and acknowledge that my guests and I are not providing medical advice, mental health advice, or medication advice in any way. Always seek the advice of your own Medical Provider and/or Mental Health Provider regarding any questions or concerns you have about your specific health or any medications, herbs or supplements you are currently taking and before implementing any recommendations or suggestions from this podcast. Do not disregard medical advice or delay seeking medical advice because of information you have heard on this podcast.
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33. MOLD: Can That Musty Smell Make You Sick?
I learned much from today's podcast with mold expert Bridgit Danner.
I've never given much thought about mold and the impact it could have on chronic disease or even cancer!
When Bridgit explained that chemical warfare is often made from a mold, she got my attention!
If mold is strong enough to be used in a bomb, what kind of havoc can it create in my body?
Listen to today...
32. Can root canals contribute to cancer risk?
You better fasten your seatbelt for this podcast episode.
Dr. Kelly J. Blodgett joins me today to discuss how oral health affects the rest of your body and the hazards of silver mercury fillings, root canals, and fluoride.
I’ve never been one of those people that hated going to see the dentist. On the contrary, I always felt bad for them because no one wants to see them!
Dr. B. felt...
31. Can unresolved trauma lead to cancer?
I’ve never even considered that trauma could impact my health.
Dr. Keesha describes health as a puzzle. First you need to find your four corner pieces so you can properly put together the puzzle. It’s the same with our health!
Here are the four puzzle pieces Dr. Keesha recommends putting in place to truly heal our body.
Here is the ACE qui...
30. Can Estrogen Cause Breast Cancer?
I loved this interview with my naturopathic oncologist, Dr. Laura James.
She is a wealth of information and was a great support to me during my breast cancer battle.
We discussed estrogen's role in breast cancer and how too much can be problematic. According to Dr. James, excess estrogen (we pick up a lot of additional estrogen from using plastic and cosmetics) may encourage cancer gr...
29. Year in Review (Part 2)
Founder of Tech Wellness.
Being around Wi-Fi can disrupt melatonin production, which can impact your sleep.
Studies also show that women who have disrupted sleep (often due to low melatonin levels) have a higher risk of breast cancer.
Distance is your friend when it comes to EMF exposure so try to stay away from Wi-Fi routers and cell towers and never put your phone against your body (skin...
28. Year in Review (Part 1)
Author of one of my favorite books, Living Fearless.
I wish I'd met Jamie and his wife Donna thirty years ago! I would have learned so much from them about fear, managing fear, and not making decisions based on FEAR!
But, sure grateful to know both of them now. I've learned how to manage my fear, but it has taken a bit of practice.
Jamie says that we can ALL manage our fear, and it ...
27. Cancer Made Us Better: A Chat with My Husband
I sure wish I had known that there were resources for caregivers during my cancer journey.
Steve and I didn't even think that maybe he would need to be supported or at least have someone to talk to about what he was going through. I was a mess for a few weeks, and he was my rock. But who was his rock? Yes, he is a man of great faith, and we both relied on God to get us throug...
26. Hollywood, Health, Hope: A Conversation with Samantha Harris
I thought I was an energizer bunny, but this gal ran circles around me, haha.
I had so much fun chatting with Samantha, and we realized we both had so much in common (minus the four Emmy® nominations and hanging out with the Kardashians).
When I got my diagnosis, people said, “how could you possibly get cancer? You’re the healthiest person I know.”
Her friends aske...
25. Get Outside and Play! Can That Reduce Cancer Risk?
Sleep can reset your system and allow your body to do what it does best-repair cells that have been damaged!
Are you a good sleeper? Do you fall asleep quickly, or do you get a second wind in the evening? Did you know that spending time on your laptop at night can send a message to your brain that makes it think that it's mid-day and not midnight?
24. Can Stress Cause Cancer?
My big takeaways from today's podcast:
1: The importance of managing stress
2: Ancestral hacks such as going outside first thing in the morning to help reset your circadian rhythm
3: Turning off the news!
We also discussed the role each of us plays in our health and disease prevention. What if you get cancer surgery but then return to your same environment? Disease isn't always ...
23. Simple Detox Hacks - A Conversation With Dr. Tom O'Bryan
I met Dr. O’Bryan at my national nutrition conference in April.
While he certainly is one of the world’s leading experts in gluten, he also proved to be an expert on the toxins in our environment. For example, he got my attention when he mentioned that the chemicals in nail polish hit our bloodstream within four minutes.
According to research, 50% of men and 41% of ...
22. What You Smell Impacts Your Health - Essential Oils & Health!
According to Dr. Josh Axe:
Essential oils have been used for thousands of years in various cultures for medicinal and health purposes. Because of their antidepressant, stimulating, detoxifying, antibacterial, antiviral and calming properties, they continue to gain popularity as natural, safe and cost-effective therapy for a number of health concerns.
21. Clean Beauty – A Conversation with Gabriel of Gabriel Cosmetics, Inc.
I was shocked when Gabriel told me that we each have 5-7 pounds of skin and that our skin is our biggest organ. The skin works as a filter, so what goes on our skin goes into our bodies. Yikes! It made me think about what types of products I use on my skin, hair, and nails.
Ironically, I just returned from my annual National Association of Nutritional Pro...
20. Meditation is Medication - Part Two of My Conversation with Dr. Leigh Erin Connealy
My podcast guest this week is part two of my conversation with Dr. C, and she says that Meditation is the Medication.
We need to get a better handle on our stress. Stress is a normal part of our day. She is concerned about the long-term chronic stress that will raise our levels of inflammation. When inflammation is high for long periods, our...
19. Stress & Cancer - a Candid Conversation with Dr. Leigh Erin Connealy
Dr. Connealy is leading a cancer prevention revolution that focuses on treating the patient with the disease and not the disease of the patient while determining the origin of the illness. She is the author of The Cancer Revolution, which has revolutionized the landscape of cancer treatment.
We had a riveting discussion about the fact that the death ra...
18. Protect Your Peace to Prevent Disease (with Dr. Gregg Jantz)
Mental health, stress, and anxiety: we've all experienced these feelings.
I work to protect my peace.
What does that mean?
I'm careful about who is in my life, and I'm cautious about what I listen to because that goes directly to my mind.
Listen to today's podcast with Dr. Gregg Jantz to learn his easy tips to help you protect your peace. He ...
17. Food Hacks for Cancer Prevention
This week, in part two with functional medicine physician and breast cancer surgeon, Dr. Jenn Simmons, we tackle some of the simple foods we should all be including daily to lower or cancer risk.
Spoiler alert, no weird foods you’ve never heard of, I promise!
We talk about how to easily add in more mushrooms, flaxseed and berries as cancer prevention food hacks.
We also discussed the most imp...
16. Can Cutting Back on Carbs Reduce Cancer Risk?
I'm so excited to share this week's podcast with you. I learned so much from today's guest, Dr. Jenn Simmons, a breast cancer surgeon, and functional medicine doctor. Her focus is on the ROOT CAUSE of illness. She wants to discover what's happened throughout your life that may have contributed to illness and disease. We talked about the importance of managing glucos...
15. Trust Your Gut: It Could Keep You from Getting Cancer! A Conversation with Kitty Martone
Today's guest is the wellness badass, Kitty Martone, also known as The Healthy Gut Girl.
Her mission is to teach people how to improve their gut health. Kitty believes that if you have a healthy gut (80% of your immune system is in the gut), you may avoid many of the diseases of the modern world. We also had an excellent discussion ab...
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