New research shows that people born between early 1980 and mid 1990s—aka millenials—are expected to be the most obese generation of our time. Yikes! This is problematic considering that obesity is now considered a primary risk factor for the development of many cancers including breast, colon, and kidney. What’s worse is that the research also found that 85% of millenials don’t really understand the link between obesity and cancer.
Are you having trouble implementing healthful dietary changes? What can you do to ensure that you are able to follow healthy dietary guidelines, and to prepare and cook nutrient dense meals despite your hectic lifestyle? Join us with guest Kirstin Nussgruber, certified nutritionist, to learn strategies for success in making dietary changes.
Racial/ethnic disparities in healthcare are widespread in the United States and are prevalent across healthcare organizations. Disparities exist in cancer screening, clinical outcomes various chronic diseases and health conditions. Join us with guest, Dr. Ron Morton, VP Medical Affairs Urology and Pelvic Health at Boston Scientific and Chief Surgical Officer at American Medical Systems, as we discuss the challenge of racial and ethnic disparities and what is needed to make improvements.
On this episode, Karolyn talks with health psychologist and behavioral modification expert Dr. Mark Aloia about how to positively and permanently create healthy habits. Dr. Aloia will share practical strategies that can help ensure success. If you're trying create healthy habits that stick, you won't want to miss this show!
On this episode, Karolyn will interview Tamara Green and David Dachinger about how to protect, manage and nurture important relationships while dealing with the challenge of a cancer diagnosis. Tamara and David are the authors of the new book, Live Calm with Cancer (and beyond): A patient & caregiver guide to finding more ease through the power of mindfulness.
On this episode, Karolyn talks with Bryan Fletcher about his experience as a childhood cancer survivor and what's it's like to go on to qualify for the 2018 Winter Olympics. Bryan will inspire as he shares his story about how he went from a childhood cancer survivor to an elite, world-renowned athlete.
Plant-derived essential oils are one of the most powerful forms of natural medicine. Join us with our guest Carol Galanty as we explore the fascinating world of essential oils. You will learn which essential oils are best for nausea, fatigue, immunity and more! We will also explore how to use essential oils for maximum benefit.
Our guest for this discussion is Miriam Kalamian. Ms. Kalamian is a nutrition consultant, educator, and author specializing in the implementation of ketogenic therapies. Miriam draws on a decade of experience to provide comprehensive guidelines that specifically address the many diet and lifestyle challenges associated with a cancer diagnosis.
On this episode, Dr. Danielle Citrolo talks with Karolyn about the power of antioxidants. You'll learn what foods contain the most antioxidants, why antioxidants are so important to health, and what dietary supplements can also provide these benefits. As we move into cold and flu season, you won't want to miss this show!
Turmeric is emerging as one of the most powerful anti-inflammatory spices. Several studies have discovered the cancer prevention effects of curcumin, a component found in turmeric. Tonight, curcumin researcher and expert, Ajay Goel, PhD will share findings from his latest research on the cancer prevention effects of curcumin.
There is a 600-million-year-old healing system in the body known as the Endocannabinoid System. It is now known that this ancient internal system is critical to regulating the proper function of a wide range of body processes. On this episode, Endocannabinoid expert Jade Beutler will describe how we can effectively support this healing system through diet, lifestyle, and dietary supplements.