We live in a toxic world. Even if we eat organic, we can’t live in a bubble. We need to continue safeguarding our bodies and detoxifying them the right way. Eileen Durfee came on the show to discuss how ozonated water and saunas can help us stay healthy in a toxic world.
Eileen is a health pioneer businesswoman and innovator. The former nuclear power plant engineer became sick due to chemical exposure. This experience inspired her to embark on a quest to heal her body. The result was Creatrix Solutions, LLC, which creates and distributes natural healing products worldwide.
How safe is your food? Anything grown in the ground comes with the risk of parasites. Parasite larvae can infiltrate the food and grow inside it. We can’t see these larvae as they grow and mature.
Ozonated water kills these parasites, mold, and other bacteria. This resource helps you bio-hack your health and puts you back in the driver’s seat. Ozonated...
What do you get when you combine two of my favorite things, travel and wellness? If you’re Jessica Van Antwerp, you get wellness guidance, retreats, and education to learn how to unlock your body’s natural healing capacity while connecting with others.
As the owner and CEO of Integral Travel, Jessica invites travelers into the world of transformational travel and its regenerative potential, with incredible results.
Jessica has been traveling since she was a child, flying multiple times a year, even as a baby. At 11 years old, she took her first international trip, and from there, her passion for travel continued to grow.
A few decades of international travel exposed her to different cultures and ways of living around the world, including developing countries. As the child of divorced parents with joint custody, Jessica and her brother went back and forth between their parents’ houses every two weeks.
Feeling like she was constantly in motion, she...
Did you know that there's a link between thyroid cancer and breast cancer? Sounds scary, right? With the rise of cancer cases worldwide, you'd be interested in understanding this relationship. Read on to understand how these cancers are interrelated and how you can protect yourself.
Breast cancer has a high sensitivity to estrogen. Likewise, thyroid cancer has estrogen-like effects.
Overactive thyroids have a high chance of causing breast cancer. Radioactive iodine that medics use to manage thyroid cancer can also have some risk factors for breast cancer.
Likewise, some radiations medics use to manage breast cancer can trigger thyroid cancer. And, poor dieting, failure to exercise, and exposure to many radiations predispose you to both cancers.
Surveillance bias and Germline mutations explain the relationship between thyroid and breast cancer. Women with thyroid cancer have a higher risk of subs.
They can have subsequent breast cancers....
When you're faced with an impossible diagnosis, you can be left feeling depressed, exhausted, and anxious. I sat down with Scott Summer, an award-winning practitioner who treats patients globally with unique techniques, combining his Western and Eastern medicine knowledge.
Growing up with epilepsy, Scott struggled with depression. He prayed and promised that after he healed, he would help other people.
Amazingly enough, Scott grew up on a farm with his father, who taught him about food and fitness. It just so happens that a kenogenic diet is a cure for epilepsy. For Scott, he got off lucky. Doctors told him he just had epilepsy and that there was nothing he could do about it. Even when he was feeling better, they just sent him on home.
In Asian medicine, food is one of the first things discussed. In Western medicine, diets, calorie intake, and the like are not discussed in the medical field as much.
There is a difference in the food we eat now and how the...
In my latest episode of Rock Bottom Wellness, I welcome Dr. Orlena, whose life’s work is dedicated to helping busy women create their healthiest, most amazing selves. I’m excited to share her insights with you, particularly on the Four Pillars of Wellness that she teachers to her clients.
Originally a pediatric doctor in the UK, Dr. Orlena made the choice to move to Spain with her family about 10 years ago. As she followed her calling for a slower pace of life, Dr. Orlena launched a blog called Snotty Noses, which focused on children’s health.
With four young children at home, including a set of twins, Dr. Orlena discovered firsthand what it was like to try and encourage healthy eating habits for her children, who were “slightly picky eaters,” she says. Eventually, that effort morphed into supporting mothers, who are often leading the way in terms of healthy eating for the family.
A big part of that effort is helping mothers...
In this episode, you'll learn what one cancer survivor and breast cancer expert does to make the best of her diagnosis and come out on the other side healthier than before. Sometimes it takes a shocking diagnosis to get us to wake up and shift our behaviors so we can improve our health. This is what Kristine has done.
In this episode, you'll learn the importance of sleep and how our bodies can feel when we aren't getting the right kind of sleep. It's not just quantity but the quality of sleep we are getting. You'll learn how our systems are connected and how our hormones all play together to keep us healthy. This includes the hormones responsible for sleep.
Dr. Jessica Drummond, DCN, CNS, PT, Founder and CEO of the Integrative Women's Health Institute is passionate about caring for and empowering women who struggle with women's and pelvic health conditions.
She is equally passionate about educating and supporting clinicians in confidently and safely using integrative tools to transform women's and pelvic healthcare.
Having two decades of experience in women's and pelvic health as a physical therapist and functional nutritionist, plus owning a private women's health clinical nutrition and coaching practice, gives her a unique perspective on the integrative, conservative...