28 Nov 2022
Today’s episode contains pretty stark descriptions of how many environmental pollutants we’re exposed to. Which is scary and could be triggering for a number of people. Dr Nasha Winters, who has suffered with cancer herself, does not shy away from the realities of our toxic environment and dealing with cravings for addictive foods so if you feel that you may be triggered by these descriptions then I reckon this is probably not the podcast to listen to.
Sakina is also interviewing Dr Nasha on the podcast,and I think you’ll agree with me, that even as a podcasting novice she navigated this difficult and complicated topic with grace. Listening to this conversation back I was super impressed.
Part of the reason why we wanted to release this episode, despite it being slightly out of the norm of our typically conversation, is because we need to build mental resilience to these realities. Unfortunately we have a toxic environment, and in fact in December 2020 Southwark Coroner’s Court found that air pollution “made a material contribution” to the death of 9 year old Ella Kiss-Debrah in 2013, after over two years of severe asthma attacks and cardiac arrests that led to multiple hospital visits. Our environment is having an impact on our health whether we would like to appreciate that or not and I will personally be diving into these topics a lot more.
So, I would keep an open mind for today’s podcast!
Dr Nasha is a healthcare authority and best-selling author in integrative cancer care and research. Consulting with physicians around the world, she has educated hundreds of professionals in the clinical use of mistletoe. Dr. Winters is currently focused on opening a comprehensive metabolic oncology hospital and research institute in the US, which will provide the best that standard of care has to offer alongside the most advanced integrative therapies.
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A global healthcare authority and best-selling author in integrative cancer care and research. Consulting with physicians around the world, she has educated hundreds of professionals in the clinical use of mistletoe. She has created robust educational programs for both healthcare institutions and the public to incorporate well-vetted integrative therapies into cancer care to enhance outcomes. Dr. Winters is currently focused on opening a comprehensive metabolic oncology hospital and research institute (Metabolic Terrain Institute of Health) in the US, which will provide the best that standard of care has to offer alongside the most advanced integrative therapies. This facility will be in a residential setting on a gorgeous campus, against a backdrop of regenerative farming, EMF mitigation, and wellness-oriented retreat space.