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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Time - A Precious Commodity


Time ~ We all have the same amount of it each day.  So why do some people seem to be able to do all they want and others struggle?  

I learned a long time ago, that if I didn't take control of my time, it would control me!  When I first went into a position in work where I wasn't punching into a time clock, I quickly realized I needed help in organizing my time.  I felt I was just jumping from one thing to the next and many times it seemed like the important things weren't getting done.  It was so easy to get distracted!  We surely don't set out on a road trip without knowing which way we'll go, right?  So why do we go about our days with no map?

The best thing I did was to start using a block calendar.  First, I wrote down all the things that I needed to do each day, each week and each month.  This was for both personal and work.  Next, I looked at what things were non-negotiable; these are going to get done no matter what and I highlighted them in green.  I then looked at those things that were negotiable and highlighted them in yellow.  After I completed this, I was able to determine what time I needed to wake up and go to sleep so I could accomplish what was on my list.  Then I filled in the block calendar  beginning with my non-negotiables and then adding in my negotiables after.  Some may consider this exercise your determining your rocks.  Determining your big rocks, little rocks and sand!  

This calendar has changed many times over the years, but I choose to always follow a block calendar so that I know I control my time!  At least this way, I know I can make the most of the time that I am given!!

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