Toxic Sensitivities with Libby Wright

Toxic Sensitivities with Libby Wright


Libby Wright is our guest on today's episode of The Toxin Terminator podcast. She has twenty years of experience in healthcare in education and has been successfully homeschooling her four children while running her medical practices and a corporate wellness company with her physician husband. She also started her own consulting business for people with long-term chronic and genetic conditions called Revolutionary Joy.


Join us as Libby shares with us her very personal story about how her and her family have been overcome with chronic disease and how it has effected their lives.

Find out about:


·      How chronic diseases can effect a person

·      Ways to help eliminate toxins to help battle chronic illness

·      The MTHFR gene and how it shows differently in people

·      The importance of education people and passing down good life choices to your children

·      Making positive changes to your diet and the 150 Year rule

·      How EMF toxicity can effect you and ways to deal with it

·      Battling mental toxins and the power of a positive mindset

·      The importance of self care and support networks or groups

 

Quotes:


“Often times it's not the silver bullet, single diagnosis, it's hit after hit after hit.”


“The thing that you have the least energy for is the thing you probably need to focus on the most.”


“It's all about nourishing you know, not the empty calories.”

 

 “If we don't have our minds under control, it's going to be really hard to win any kind of a battle.”


“We're all actually master meditators: we either meditate on the positive or we meditate on the negative.”


“Happiness is what's going on around us, joy is what's going on within us.”


Important Links and Mentions:


·      https://www.facebook.com/groups/RevolutionaryJoy/ 

·      https://www.facebook.com/groups/814585495393917/ 

·      http://libbyjoy.com/ 


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Coping with Chronic Illness with Sarah Adamo

Coping with Chronic Illness with Sarah Adamo

My guest on this episode of The Toxin Terminator podcast is Sarah Adamo. She is an international speaker, the founder of Team Natural, an advocate for toxin-free living, and a single mother to her seven children.


Tune in as Sarah tells us her story of a teenage vaccine injury, coping with her chronic illness, and how it ultimately led her down the path toward living a toxin-free lifestyle.


Find out about:


·      The potential risks involved with vaccines and vaccine injury reporting.

·      Coping with chronic pain and how it can lead to a cleaner lifestyle.

·      The positive effects of a cleaner lifestyle on childbirth.

·      How to listen to what your individual body needs.

·      The importance of passing on the values of clean living to your children.

·      How all of our choices have consequences.



Quotes:


“At one point I was told if the next test comes back positive, there’s a chance you might have less than six months to live.”


“One thing to remember in all of this is baby steps and grace.”


“I would say that cutting out gluten and diary, mainly dairy, reduced my pain by 80%.”


“It doesn’t have to be like being healthy is the opposite of fun.”


“You need to learn your body and how you work so that you can make the best choices for you and for your children.”



Important Links and Mentions:


·      https://sarahadamo.com/


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Toxic Environments and Beating Cancer with Dr. Diva Nagula

Toxic Environments and Beating Cancer with Dr. Diva Nagula

My guest on this episode of The Toxin Terminator podcast is Dr. Diva Nagula. He is a board-certified physician and has studied extensively in integrative and functional medicine.

Tune in Dr. Nagula talks about how his drive for recognition and acceptance created a lifestyle that lead him to be diagnosed with stage 4 Non-Hodgkins Lymphona. Both in this podcast and in his new book, From Doctor to Patient, Dr. Nagula talks about his journey openly and honestly. He explains how it ultimately led him toward living and advocating for the path of holistic wellness that includes body, mind, and spirit to not only heal but prevent disease.

Find out about:

  • How some habits related to the entrepreneurial mindset can contribute to health issues.
  • Why you should pay attention to the toxins in your home environment.
  • The benefits of living an anti-inflammatory lifestyle.
  • What to pay attention to in your body.
  • The importance of having a community to lean on.

Quotes:

"The easiest change that we can implement is changing our diet.”

“Anything that is not natural has a tendency to be toxic to our bodies.”

“To reduce all these issues, we have to reduce inflammation.”

“You can empower yourself with being more aware of your body.”

“It all starts with the gut.”

“Being alone is a risk factor for mortality, more so than smoking and alcohol.”

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Simple Steps to Move to Better Heart Health!!

Simple Steps to Move to Better Heart Health!!




Science is proving that our lifestyle has a bigger affect on whether we will develop chronic disease or not.  The American Cancer Society states that only 5-10% of all cancer cases are genetic.  The good news is that means 90-95% is within our control.  And doctors are finding lifestyle to be playing a more important role in heart disease, stroke and diabetes.  In fact, you can live a life free of these diseases not dependant on medication if you will make a few lifestyle changes.  

I encourage you to google the study of Epigenetics.  This study is extremely fascinating on how genes are read by cells, and subsequently whether the cells should produce relevant proteins.  There is a lot of research on this topic and it ties beautifully into today's blog , as there are studies around what we eat controlling our epigentics.  

In today's video portion, I gave you a couple of simple breakfast ideas to replace those processed and highly sugarized breakfasts so many of us eat every day.  I want to clarify, as I watched it, that you do not have to add all those fruits and vegetables to your smoothies, these were just great ideas to get you started!!  

Let's look at some of the benefits of eating a diet high in whole foods (fruits and vegetables).  

  • Loaded in Nutrients
  • Low in Sugar
  • Heart Healthy
  • High in Fiber
  • Helps Control Blood Sugar
  • Good for your Skin
  • Helps lower Triglycerides
  • Provides Variety
  • High in Healthy Fats
  • Decreased Risk of Cancer and Heart Disease
  • Contains Antioxidants
  • Good for your Gut
  • Promotes Dental Health
  • Less expensive in the long run
You can make simple changes that will have a huge impact on your overall health now and into the future!  Start small.  Some of the biggest mistakes we can make is trying to overhaul how we eat overnight.  This was my biggest struggle as I looked to improve my health over the last 5 years.   I would empty out the pantry and fridge, make my meal plan and make it one week.  Then life happened and I would scrap the entire process.  It was a constant roller coaster for me.  The thing that helped me the most was to assess where I was.  From there I needed to walk myself into this.  So, I began by eating one meal a day that didn't have any processed items in it.  After success there, I added another meal and so on.  Now some of you can probably make the leap and I applaud you.  But if you can't, it's ok.  Just start like I did.  What happened over time was that I found I began to gravitate towards the whole foods more and more.  The processed meals and snacks began to not feel good to my body.  I can still make less than favorable choices now, but the point for me is I no longer beat myself up for it and then punish myself by not choosing wisely going forward.  

Make sure to check out some of my favorite recipes to help you replace those processed snacks!!  FREE RECIPES

I would love to hear from you, do you have a favorite recipe?  Feel free to comment below and share this with a friend!! 

Abundant Blessings,
Aimee