August 26th, 2019
How does foods we ingest, and the air we breathe harm our body? Do you have any preventative tips to avoid these harmful toxins?
- Unless we eat organic, we are exposed to an arsenal of pesticides, fungicides, chemicals, municipal water, toxic beauty care, phalates, endocrine disruptors. Endocrine disruptors damage hormone receptor sites, leading to loss of sex drive, children entering puberty as early as age five. A host of chemicals damage brain chemistry leading to learning disability and hyperactivity, or they accumulate in the organs and trigger cancers of the prostate, breast, lung and thyroid. The air in our homes are some of the most toxic air we breathe from cleaning solutions, air freshers, out gassing of carpets and pest control. Commercial spaces that we may have to spend our working day in are also just as toxic.
- Strive to eat organic, filter drinking water. Invest air purifiers for the home and office, use natural cleaning solutions including laundry soap. Chemical free beauty care. The most vital way to keep your body healthy and heal disease is by allowing it to eliminate any harmful toxins that have accumulated within it and learn effective detoxing. Avoid medical radiation.
Why should clients book you for their next event?
- The information I offer, they will not get from their allopathic doctor. My goal is to empower through knowledge. Years of experience working in holistic women’s breast health and in the field of Food as Medicine and working with Functional Medicine practitioners has led me to create a successful 6 Month Detoxing Environmental Estrogens and Restoring Breast Health. Through my use of Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging: thermography, I show dramatic differences in women breast health in 6 month follow ups. My presentations are visual and full of before and after’s. Most women have never heard of breast thermography for radiation free screenings and wonder why it has never been offered to them.
What would you like to see accomplished in cancer detection in the next 5 years?
- Treating the cause of cancer and not the symptoms and moving away from toxic treatments that destroys the immune system. The earth is abundant with natural medicines. The leaves, vegetables, roots, petals and berries that have been cherished for centuries are often more effective and certainly safer than chemical medicine. There is a growing consensus that radiation exposure puts a person at risk of cancer. I would like to see environmentally safe 3 and 4 D ultrasound implemented over mammograms for anatomical screenings used as an adjunct with thermography. This could cut out 80% of biopsies that are false positives. There
will continue to be a growing movement toward natural medicines.
What types of unique experiences have you had as a result of your profession?
- Emotionally I walk women through their fear of finding a lump in their breast and were relieved to know it was not cancer. I love making those phone calls. Along with breast thermography screening, I offer educational support, referrals to functional medicine doctors and other health practitioners. I help women take control of their health through education to make wise choices. I love sharing information with my patients and they love the personal touch I give. The most exciting is the results in follow up of a compliant patient or when a woman’s cancer is in remission. I remain in contact with them on their journey of healing.
If clients wanted to further expand their research of holistic living, what advice or readings would you lead them to?
- I would ask them to look at their diet. Work with a health practitioner and detox. Dr. Mark Hyman functional medicine for brain health and diabetes, Dr. Joel Furman for nutrition, Dr. Christiane Northup for women’s health. Dr. Sherry Rogers on detoxing.
Do you have a favorite experience from your speaking career? If so, why?
- My favorite is when I can introduce a patient that had breast cancer but is now in remission. Every audience is special, but there is a general consensus that what I present is the first time they are hearing this information. I see in in their faces. The thanks yous afterwards and stories they share of themselves, friends or loved ones with challenged health and an excitement to share what they learned.