Have You Heard? Can’t-Miss June Podcasts
Each Wednesday, on the Vibe podcast, I interview one of the world’s leading experts in holistic health. Or sometimes, I just chat with you about a subject I think you’ll enjoy.
In June, I talked with Rober Sheeler, MD, about why breast cancer detection is more complicated than biannual mammograms (or thermograms) and self-exams.
Dr. Michelle Jorgensen explained why oral care is so tightly linked with whole-body health.
Dr. Ann Shippy talked about piecing together the puzzle of genetics and environmental toxicity.
And I shared my experience with the power of meditation and self love in making meaningful changes in your life.
Here’s a quick roundup of more high vibes you might have missed:
Prefer reading to listening? A link to the transcript is in the show notes for each podcast!
What you don’t know about breast cancer detection can hurt you
Breast cancer detection isn’t nearly as simple as biannual mammograms and imaging.
Dr. Sheeler, a medical doctor out of the Mayo Clinic, shares his insights on why breast cancer detection shouldn’t be treated like a one-size-fits-all process. In this episode, he’s sharing his unique insight into issues of safety, effectiveness, cost, and availability when it comes to imaging and detection. This one is a must-listen for women everywhere.
“Detection is about education and assessment as much as it is diagnostic tools. It’s saying, ‘okay, your numbers are normal, but let’s look at your risk. Let’s look at your family history, let’s look at your lifestyle, let’s look at your optimal physiology rather than what’s just normal in a thousand people walking down the street.”
-Dr. Robert Sheeler, MD
Read my lips: Oral care MATTERS!
We all know that oral hygiene is important for good breath and healthy teeth.
But did you know that cavities, root canals, and other dental treatment is a big factor in your overall health and disease risk? Biological dentist (and my own personal dentist!) Michelle Jorgensen joins us in this episode to talk about how addressing infections and toxicity in your mouth can help clear up chronic problems and disease elsewhere.
“The starting point of your gut is your mouth. So if you have gut issues, your mouth’s going to show it. You can’t see inside your stomach, but you can see inside your mouth!”
-Dr. Michelle Jorgensen
Cracking the code of toxicity + genetics
What do genetics have to do with environmental toxicity? More than you might think.
Dr. Ann Shippy, an engineer-turned-medical doctor, is on a mission to help people use epigenetics to treat the root cause of illness — not just the symptoms— but learning how their unique genetic makeup interacts with nutrition and environmental toxins. Then cleaning house!
“I have more wrinkles on my face, but I am healthier than I’ve ever been. I see the same thing with my patients all the time. When we help them to detoxify, when we help them get the nutrients they need in their body and avoid environmental toxins as much as they can, it’s remarkable how they can actually improve.”
-Dr. Ann Shippy
Love yourself with nutritious food
A huge part of making meaningful changes in your diet and lifestyle, is to learn to deeply love and respect yourself.
But if it were that easy, all of us would be there. So many people (myself included) are fighting subconscious scripts about nutrition, relationships, and our own self worth that can sabotage our efforts to live a high-vibe life.
In this episode, I’m sharing one of my favorite (and original!) meditations to help you tap into your own subconscious power and love yourself better.
“Prepare your mind to be receptive. Because this meditation is designed to remind you of who you are, and how you want to be, from this moment forward.”
Remember, you can join us every Wednesday for a new episode of Vibe with Robyn Openshaw for tips on living a high-vibration, happy and healthy life.
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