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62. Using Food to Heal with Nutritionist Kerah Henebery

EKerah Henebery and Food to Heal Kerah obtained both her B.S. in Dietetics and M.S. in Health Promotion/Allied Health Sciences from the University of Connecticut. Her diverse background as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist includes both clinical inpatient and outpatient support for pediatric and adult populations, but her true passion lies in using food to heal and applying an integrative approach to patient care in her private practice, Pursue Wellness. Kerah has particular interests in food sensitivities, digestive wellness, nutrigenomics, and hormonal balance. Kerah is a Certified LEAP Therapist and uses the Mediator Release Test (MRT) in practice to help target food sensitivities that may be contributing to chronic illness, inflammation, and symptoms associated with Lyme disease, Migraines, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Fibromyalgia- -to name a few! Kerah places emphasis on the whole-person and recognizes no two individuals are the same. She applies a unique combination of functional nutrition with an integrative approach to identify the root cause of chronic health concerns. Using whole foods and lifestyle changes, she develops personalized plans tailored to a patient’s individual needs to facilitate preventative and restorative health. Her true joy comes from connecting with each person and helping them live life to the fullest. Discussed in this Episode: Using food to heal What got Kerah into nutrition workSecondary InfertilityClean Fifteen and Dirt DozenDIY Natural cleaning productsIngredient labels—what to avoid at all costsGenetics and nutritionGut-Brain connectionMaking yourself a priority Scheduling self-care time Resources Mentioned: Heal DocumentaryHeadspace AppEWG dirty dozen and clean fifteen Cindy Kennedy's episode Self-Care Tool: Simple and effective when applied: Make yourself a priority! Tips inside the episode on how to do this and what it could do for your life. Support this Podcast: Subscribe/rate/review on iTunesFollow me on IG @sheajackie (my fave platform!)Follow me at www.jackieshea.com for moreJoin the Healing Out Loud Facebook group More Episodes Like This: Non-Toxic Beauty TipsNaturopathic Medicine Tips Happy Listening!

46 MINJUN 24
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62. Using Food to Heal with Nutritionist Kerah Henebery

61. Lyme disease, Fecal Transplants, and God

ESascha Alexander: Sascha ( www.saschaalexander.com ) is a Professional Life, Health, and Business Coach. She started her health journey five years ago when she fell suddenly ill at age 28 with a progressive multi-system mystery illness that was stripping her of her life. Here is our first podcast episode with the whole story. ( https://jackieshea.com/2018/03/26/19-root-causes-cures-autoimmunity/ ) She then sleuthed her way to health by developing a system called the Six Root Causes of Chronic Illness, through which she successfully diagnosed and treated herself despite Western Medicine's insistence that nothing was wrong. She has now recovered her life from the grips of two different autoimmune diseases and Late-Stage Lyme via ozone therapy, peptides, and fecal transplants. She no longer lives life as a sick person. Today she supports people in getting well themselves, or in growing their businesses, making more money, or living life with authenticity, peace, and joy. Discussed in this Episode: How Sascha got her Lyme diagnosisWhy Sascha suspected Lyme Air Hunger Surrender to the present Ozone therapy and peptide shotsFecal Transplants Why Sascha got Fecal Transplants for Lyme and how much they helpedFeeling abandoned by the medical community Relationship with God through illnessLaw of attraction—helpful or harmful? Being fearless in the face of people's painWhat Sascha does when she is deeply scared Resources Mentioned in this Episode: Dr. Hunt @ HoltorfDr. Rahbar GI doctorGestalts method Self-Care Tool: If you feel like something is still wrong, then something is still wrong. Sascha suggests that you really listen to yourself and your body—if you think something is off, you're probably right. The time is now to get to the root cause. We support you! Support this Podcast: Follow me on IG @sheajackiesubscribe/rate/review on itunes or any other platformFollow me at www.jackieshea.com Other Episodes like This: Lyme disease and Gut HealthLyme disease and how community helps us heal Happy Listening! Fun+Love, Jackie

68 MINJUN 10
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61. Lyme disease, Fecal Transplants, and God

60. Heavy Metal Detox with Wendy Myers

EHeavy Metal Detox with Wendy Myers Wendy Myers ( www.myersdetox.com ) is on a mission to help millions figure out that last missing piece of the puzzle in resolving their fatigue, brain fog and health issues - heavy metal detox. Wendy reveals cutting edge science-backed tips on heavy metal detoxification, heavy metals testing, detox protocols like infrared saunas, ideal detox diet, weight loss, thyroid conditions, adrenal fatigue and surprising hidden sources of heavy metal toxicity. Wendy Myers is a detox expert, functional diagnostic nutritionist and the #1 bestselling author of Limitless Energy: How to Detox Toxic Metals to End Exhaustion and Chronic Fatigue. Free yourself from fatigue and brain fog with her Myers Detox Protocol program, developed over working with thousands of clients. Visit her site Myersdetox.com to get transcripts and videos of all podcasts, hundreds of articles and recipes to aid detox. Get your life back with detox! Discussed in this Episode: What made Wend...

48 MINMAY 20
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60. Heavy Metal Detox with Wendy Myers

59. Lyme disease Awareness Month with Eva Hagberg Fisher

ELyme disease Awareness 2019 This year, I asked friend and recurring guest, Eva Hagberg Fisher to join me in an open conversation about Lyme disease awareness. Eva Hagberg Fisher ( https://www.evahagbergfisher.com/ ) is an author, educator, and media strategist. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Wallpaper, Dwell, Wired, Tin House, Guernica, and more. How To Be Loved, about the life-saving power of friendship, is her debut memoir and was called “stunning” by the New York Times, “dazzling” by publishers weekly, and “surprisingly funny” by most readers. Discussed in this Episode: Lyme myths and facts—where is it and how you treatAntibiotics vs. natural healingHow to come into acceptance How to afford treatments and lifeHow Eva and I became woo-woo patientsThe placebo effectMast cell and Lyme disease Lyme disease awareness Resources for Lyme disease Awareness: International Lyme and associated diseases society—find doctors and more infoAnatomy of an Illness by Norman Cousins Support this Podcast: Follow me on IG @sheajackiesubscribe/rate/review on itunes or any other platformFollow me at www.jackieshea.comJoin the Healing Out Loud with Jackie Shea Facebook group More Episodes on Lyme: Lyme and Healing in NatureLyme and Why Women are so SickLyme and Community and the Spoonie TheoryLyme and Saving your Own Life Happy Listening! Fun+Love, Jackie

44 MINMAY 6
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59. Lyme disease Awareness Month with Eva Hagberg Fisher

58. Lyme disease Podcast: Gut Health and Laughter with Cindy Kennedy

ECindy Kennedy In this Lyme disease podcast episode, I interview Cindy Kennedy ( www.pursuewellness.us ). Cindy is a Nurse Practitioner who worked in women’s health for over 20 years.She practiced gynecology and has cared for thousands of patients. Unbeknownst to her, she contracted Lyme disease.She never saw a tick, or a bullseye rash. Her symptoms were subtle at first, and then in 2011 her disease struck with vengeance.Even as a knowledgeable health care professional, the struggles to find a cause became overwhelming. In general, she discovered that health care professionals are not adequately trained to recognize and treat Lyme disease and its co-infections.She came to feel the same sinking feeling that other Lyme sufferers must bear; the endless walk down the frightening path of misdiagnosis, shattered hope, and disappointment. Resources for learning were not very credible. As her health improved she became passionate about providing education and guidance for those seeking information about Lyme disease, health and healing. All this has led to the development of her popular Lyme disease podcast series, Living With Lyme (www.livingwithlyme.us ) and her private practice, Pursue Wellness. Discussed in this Episode: Where are ticks? Or where aren't they? The medical communities inability to treat Lyme and what to do about itThe Lyme controversyWhat Cindy thought of and knew of Lyme disease before her diagnosisCindy's Lyme story—the symptoms, diagnosis and treatmentBabesiaGut HealthThe dirty dozen and clean fifteenThe period without a diagnosisSurviving Lyme disease as a coupleRaising the invisible white flagBuhner protocol, Mepron, Pectasol-C, OAT, stool analysis, nutrition evaluationSleepHumor, levity and laughingPatienceLyme disease podcast Resources Mentioned in this Episode: The Anatomy of an IllnessLiving with Lyme podcastBuhner ProtocolDirty dozen, clean 15 Self-Care Tool How's your funny bone? However it is, we are going to work on strengthening it! Cindy's advice to us is to find levity and humor in tough situations. And, guess what, laughter truly makes a difference—it might even hold up to its reputation as the best medicine. Listen in and hear more about why! Support this Podcast: Subscribe/rate/review on iTunesFollow me on IG @sheajackie (my fave platform!)Follow me at www.jackieshea.com for moreJoin the Healing Out Loud Facebook group More Episodes like this: Lyme disease Podcast : The Spoonie theory and how Community Helps us HealLyme Disease Podcast : Using Meditation to Heal Happy Listening! Fun+Love, Jackie

53 MINAPR 22
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58. Lyme disease Podcast: Gut Health and Laughter with Cindy Kennedy

57. I Lost My Sense of Smell! Now What?

EStephanie Feuer: Stephanie Feuer (https://stephaniefeuer.com/) is a New York City-based writer and marketing executive. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, Slate, NBC News THINK, Narratively,Organic Life, The Forward and numerous anthologies. She lost her sense of smell after a virus in the summer of 2017 and is currently writing a reported memoir about smell. Join Jackie Shea and Stephanie in "I Lost my Sense of Smell. Now What?" as they discuss Stephanie's touching journey with anosmia. Discussed in this Episode: Anosmia—what is it, who it affects and the potential for healingCelebrities with anosmiaSurviving a fire, undergoing skin grafts and how this changed StephanieStephanie's moment when she realized, "I lost my sense of smell!"Finding your tribe on social mediaFeeling isolated and misunderstoodDepressionSmell training—which essential oils to use and how to do itThe unexpected ways life changes when you lose your sense of smellExercise and how it saved Stephanie Resources Mentioned in this Episode: Stephanie's Narratively Essay Self-Care Tool for "I Lost my Sense of Smell" Stephanie teaches us how to Smell Train in this episode. This requires high quality essential oils, some paper, and your nose! If you don't use it, you lose it. So, get sniffing and awaken your senses and bring your nose back to life. Support this Podcast Become a patronFollow me on IG @sheajackiesubscribe/rate/review on itunes or any other platformFollow me at www.jackieshea.comJoin the Healing Out Loud with Jackie Shea Facebook group Happy Listening! With Fun +Love, Jackie

48 MINAPR 8
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57. I Lost My Sense of Smell! Now What?

56. The Life-Saving Power of Friendship with Eva Hagberg Fisher

EThe Power of Friendship Eva Hagberg Fisher ( https://www.evahagbergfisher.com/ ) is an author, educator, and media strategist. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Wallpaper, Dwell, Wired, Tin House, Guernica, and more. She holds degrees in architecture from Princeton and UC Berkeley, and a PhD in Visual and Narrative culture from UC Berkeley. How To Be Loved, about the life-saving power of friendship, is her debut memoir and was called “stunning” by the New York Times, “dazzling” by publishers weekly, and “surprisingly funny” by most readers. Discussed in this Episode: Brain surgeryMast Cell Activation SyndromeMold Toxicity and living in a tent in the desertElusive illness vs. traditionally accepted illnessesHow illness softens a personSurrendering to illnessThe healing power of friendship through illness Facing and healing intimacy issuesThe miracle that occurs when you need to ask for helpVulnerabilityThe need for reassurance and learning to trust yourselfEmotionall...

59 MINMAR 25
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56. The Life-Saving Power of Friendship with Eva Hagberg Fisher

55. How to Heal Anxiety with Amy B. Scher

EAmy B. Scher, How to Heal Anxiety Amy B. Scher ( https://amybscher.com/ ) is the best-selling author of the new book How To Heal Yourself From Anxiety When No One Else Can.As an expert in mind-body healing, she uses energy therapy techniques to help those experiencing emotional and physical challenges to move on and heal permanently and completely. Amy has been featured inCNN,CBS,Cosmopolitan, Washington Post,and more.Most importantly, she lives by her self-created motto:When life kicks your ass, kick-back. In this episode get an in-depth look at how to heal anxiety. Discussed in this Episode: What inspired Amy to write this bookWhat anxiety isHow to know if you have anxietyHow to heal anxietyTo-do lists: The debate! And how to make them work FOR you. How does technology add to our anxietyWhat happens when you avoid your feelingsBig traumas vs. smaller traumas and which is more harmful?AngerImmune system and feelingsTalk-therapy downfallsDecision makingEmotional Freedom TechniqueLet...

49 MINMAR 11
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55. How to Heal Anxiety with Amy B. Scher

54. The Overcomer: How this Young Adult Healed from Colon Cancer

ETruitt Taylor: Truitt Taylor (https://www.onepercentpodcast.com/) is the owner of Taylor Design Shop, a stage 3 cancer survivor and the host of the One Percent Podcast. In 2012, Truitt was unexpectedly diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer at just 31 years old. After completing surgery, 10 rounds of chemo and 25 rounds of radiation, he finished treatment and healed from colon cancer in 2013. Inspired by being cancer free for 5 years, Truitt launched the One Percent Podcast. On the OPP he interviews young adults who are battling or surviving an unexpected cancer diagnosis. His vision for the podcast is to to create a community to help young adults cope with their new identity and the emotional side effects of treatment. Discussed in this Episode: Truitt's diagnosis of stage 3 colon cancer: The symptoms, the procedures and the feelingsHow Truitt healed colon cancerEffects of chemotherapy and radiationWorking while sick: The advantages and disadvantagesThe three things Truitt needed to g...

65 MINFEB 25
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54. The Overcomer: How this Young Adult Healed from Colon Cancer

53. Why Kristen Carbone Chose to Have a Preventative Double Mastectomy

EKristen Carbone, founder of Billiantly, a brand that provides support for women after mastectomy Kristen Carbone: Kristen is the founder of Brilliantly, a brand that providesthe support women need on their journey toward feeling vital and strong in their mind and body after mastectomy. Motivated by her own personal experience losing her mother to cancer and then electing to have a preventative double mastectomy, she is committed to providing solutions that help women deal with long-term physical and emotional needs so they can prosper. Discussed in this Episode: GriefPreventative double mastectomyPerfectionism as a way to deal with griefDisappointment in ourselvesSelf-love, self-worth, self-compassionLearning how to accept helpBeing a collaborative humanBody image as an aging woman Going forward vs. Getting your life "back"ControlChoosing your storyPerspective Resources Mentioned: Kristen's company, Brilliantly Kristen's instagramOption B/ Bouncing Forward Weekly Challenge: Kristen'...

53 MINFEB 11
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53. Why Kristen Carbone Chose to Have a Preventative Double Mastectomy

Latest Episodes

62. Using Food to Heal with Nutritionist Kerah Henebery

EKerah Henebery and Food to Heal Kerah obtained both her B.S. in Dietetics and M.S. in Health Promotion/Allied Health Sciences from the University of Connecticut. Her diverse background as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist includes both clinical inpatient and outpatient support for pediatric and adult populations, but her true passion lies in using food to heal and applying an integrative approach to patient care in her private practice, Pursue Wellness. Kerah has particular interests in food sensitivities, digestive wellness, nutrigenomics, and hormonal balance. Kerah is a Certified LEAP Therapist and uses the Mediator Release Test (MRT) in practice to help target food sensitivities that may be contributing to chronic illness, inflammation, and symptoms associated with Lyme disease, Migraines, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Fibromyalgia- -to name a few! Kerah places emphasis on the whole-person and recognizes no two individuals are the same. She applies a unique combination of functional nutrition with an integrative approach to identify the root cause of chronic health concerns. Using whole foods and lifestyle changes, she develops personalized plans tailored to a patient’s individual needs to facilitate preventative and restorative health. Her true joy comes from connecting with each person and helping them live life to the fullest. Discussed in this Episode: Using food to heal What got Kerah into nutrition workSecondary InfertilityClean Fifteen and Dirt DozenDIY Natural cleaning productsIngredient labels—what to avoid at all costsGenetics and nutritionGut-Brain connectionMaking yourself a priority Scheduling self-care time Resources Mentioned: Heal DocumentaryHeadspace AppEWG dirty dozen and clean fifteen Cindy Kennedy's episode Self-Care Tool: Simple and effective when applied: Make yourself a priority! Tips inside the episode on how to do this and what it could do for your life. Support this Podcast: Subscribe/rate/review on iTunesFollow me on IG @sheajackie (my fave platform!)Follow me at www.jackieshea.com for moreJoin the Healing Out Loud Facebook group More Episodes Like This: Non-Toxic Beauty TipsNaturopathic Medicine Tips Happy Listening!

46 MINJUN 24
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62. Using Food to Heal with Nutritionist Kerah Henebery

61. Lyme disease, Fecal Transplants, and God

ESascha Alexander: Sascha ( www.saschaalexander.com ) is a Professional Life, Health, and Business Coach. She started her health journey five years ago when she fell suddenly ill at age 28 with a progressive multi-system mystery illness that was stripping her of her life. Here is our first podcast episode with the whole story. ( https://jackieshea.com/2018/03/26/19-root-causes-cures-autoimmunity/ ) She then sleuthed her way to health by developing a system called the Six Root Causes of Chronic Illness, through which she successfully diagnosed and treated herself despite Western Medicine's insistence that nothing was wrong. She has now recovered her life from the grips of two different autoimmune diseases and Late-Stage Lyme via ozone therapy, peptides, and fecal transplants. She no longer lives life as a sick person. Today she supports people in getting well themselves, or in growing their businesses, making more money, or living life with authenticity, peace, and joy. Discussed in this Episode: How Sascha got her Lyme diagnosisWhy Sascha suspected Lyme Air Hunger Surrender to the present Ozone therapy and peptide shotsFecal Transplants Why Sascha got Fecal Transplants for Lyme and how much they helpedFeeling abandoned by the medical community Relationship with God through illnessLaw of attraction—helpful or harmful? Being fearless in the face of people's painWhat Sascha does when she is deeply scared Resources Mentioned in this Episode: Dr. Hunt @ HoltorfDr. Rahbar GI doctorGestalts method Self-Care Tool: If you feel like something is still wrong, then something is still wrong. Sascha suggests that you really listen to yourself and your body—if you think something is off, you're probably right. The time is now to get to the root cause. We support you! Support this Podcast: Follow me on IG @sheajackiesubscribe/rate/review on itunes or any other platformFollow me at www.jackieshea.com Other Episodes like This: Lyme disease and Gut HealthLyme disease and how community helps us heal Happy Listening! Fun+Love, Jackie

68 MINJUN 10
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61. Lyme disease, Fecal Transplants, and God

60. Heavy Metal Detox with Wendy Myers

EHeavy Metal Detox with Wendy Myers Wendy Myers ( www.myersdetox.com ) is on a mission to help millions figure out that last missing piece of the puzzle in resolving their fatigue, brain fog and health issues - heavy metal detox. Wendy reveals cutting edge science-backed tips on heavy metal detoxification, heavy metals testing, detox protocols like infrared saunas, ideal detox diet, weight loss, thyroid conditions, adrenal fatigue and surprising hidden sources of heavy metal toxicity. Wendy Myers is a detox expert, functional diagnostic nutritionist and the #1 bestselling author of Limitless Energy: How to Detox Toxic Metals to End Exhaustion and Chronic Fatigue. Free yourself from fatigue and brain fog with her Myers Detox Protocol program, developed over working with thousands of clients. Visit her site Myersdetox.com to get transcripts and videos of all podcasts, hundreds of articles and recipes to aid detox. Get your life back with detox! Discussed in this Episode: What made Wend...

48 MINMAY 20
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60. Heavy Metal Detox with Wendy Myers

59. Lyme disease Awareness Month with Eva Hagberg Fisher

ELyme disease Awareness 2019 This year, I asked friend and recurring guest, Eva Hagberg Fisher to join me in an open conversation about Lyme disease awareness. Eva Hagberg Fisher ( https://www.evahagbergfisher.com/ ) is an author, educator, and media strategist. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Wallpaper, Dwell, Wired, Tin House, Guernica, and more. How To Be Loved, about the life-saving power of friendship, is her debut memoir and was called “stunning” by the New York Times, “dazzling” by publishers weekly, and “surprisingly funny” by most readers. Discussed in this Episode: Lyme myths and facts—where is it and how you treatAntibiotics vs. natural healingHow to come into acceptance How to afford treatments and lifeHow Eva and I became woo-woo patientsThe placebo effectMast cell and Lyme disease Lyme disease awareness Resources for Lyme disease Awareness: International Lyme and associated diseases society—find doctors and more infoAnatomy of an Illness by Norman Cousins Support this Podcast: Follow me on IG @sheajackiesubscribe/rate/review on itunes or any other platformFollow me at www.jackieshea.comJoin the Healing Out Loud with Jackie Shea Facebook group More Episodes on Lyme: Lyme and Healing in NatureLyme and Why Women are so SickLyme and Community and the Spoonie TheoryLyme and Saving your Own Life Happy Listening! Fun+Love, Jackie

44 MINMAY 6
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59. Lyme disease Awareness Month with Eva Hagberg Fisher

58. Lyme disease Podcast: Gut Health and Laughter with Cindy Kennedy

ECindy Kennedy In this Lyme disease podcast episode, I interview Cindy Kennedy ( www.pursuewellness.us ). Cindy is a Nurse Practitioner who worked in women’s health for over 20 years.She practiced gynecology and has cared for thousands of patients. Unbeknownst to her, she contracted Lyme disease.She never saw a tick, or a bullseye rash. Her symptoms were subtle at first, and then in 2011 her disease struck with vengeance.Even as a knowledgeable health care professional, the struggles to find a cause became overwhelming. In general, she discovered that health care professionals are not adequately trained to recognize and treat Lyme disease and its co-infections.She came to feel the same sinking feeling that other Lyme sufferers must bear; the endless walk down the frightening path of misdiagnosis, shattered hope, and disappointment. Resources for learning were not very credible. As her health improved she became passionate about providing education and guidance for those seeking information about Lyme disease, health and healing. All this has led to the development of her popular Lyme disease podcast series, Living With Lyme (www.livingwithlyme.us ) and her private practice, Pursue Wellness. Discussed in this Episode: Where are ticks? Or where aren't they? The medical communities inability to treat Lyme and what to do about itThe Lyme controversyWhat Cindy thought of and knew of Lyme disease before her diagnosisCindy's Lyme story—the symptoms, diagnosis and treatmentBabesiaGut HealthThe dirty dozen and clean fifteenThe period without a diagnosisSurviving Lyme disease as a coupleRaising the invisible white flagBuhner protocol, Mepron, Pectasol-C, OAT, stool analysis, nutrition evaluationSleepHumor, levity and laughingPatienceLyme disease podcast Resources Mentioned in this Episode: The Anatomy of an IllnessLiving with Lyme podcastBuhner ProtocolDirty dozen, clean 15 Self-Care Tool How's your funny bone? However it is, we are going to work on strengthening it! Cindy's advice to us is to find levity and humor in tough situations. And, guess what, laughter truly makes a difference—it might even hold up to its reputation as the best medicine. Listen in and hear more about why! Support this Podcast: Subscribe/rate/review on iTunesFollow me on IG @sheajackie (my fave platform!)Follow me at www.jackieshea.com for moreJoin the Healing Out Loud Facebook group More Episodes like this: Lyme disease Podcast : The Spoonie theory and how Community Helps us HealLyme Disease Podcast : Using Meditation to Heal Happy Listening! Fun+Love, Jackie

53 MINAPR 22
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58. Lyme disease Podcast: Gut Health and Laughter with Cindy Kennedy

57. I Lost My Sense of Smell! Now What?

EStephanie Feuer: Stephanie Feuer (https://stephaniefeuer.com/) is a New York City-based writer and marketing executive. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, Slate, NBC News THINK, Narratively,Organic Life, The Forward and numerous anthologies. She lost her sense of smell after a virus in the summer of 2017 and is currently writing a reported memoir about smell. Join Jackie Shea and Stephanie in "I Lost my Sense of Smell. Now What?" as they discuss Stephanie's touching journey with anosmia. Discussed in this Episode: Anosmia—what is it, who it affects and the potential for healingCelebrities with anosmiaSurviving a fire, undergoing skin grafts and how this changed StephanieStephanie's moment when she realized, "I lost my sense of smell!"Finding your tribe on social mediaFeeling isolated and misunderstoodDepressionSmell training—which essential oils to use and how to do itThe unexpected ways life changes when you lose your sense of smellExercise and how it saved Stephanie Resources Mentioned in this Episode: Stephanie's Narratively Essay Self-Care Tool for "I Lost my Sense of Smell" Stephanie teaches us how to Smell Train in this episode. This requires high quality essential oils, some paper, and your nose! If you don't use it, you lose it. So, get sniffing and awaken your senses and bring your nose back to life. Support this Podcast Become a patronFollow me on IG @sheajackiesubscribe/rate/review on itunes or any other platformFollow me at www.jackieshea.comJoin the Healing Out Loud with Jackie Shea Facebook group Happy Listening! With Fun +Love, Jackie

48 MINAPR 8
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57. I Lost My Sense of Smell! Now What?

56. The Life-Saving Power of Friendship with Eva Hagberg Fisher

EThe Power of Friendship Eva Hagberg Fisher ( https://www.evahagbergfisher.com/ ) is an author, educator, and media strategist. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Wallpaper, Dwell, Wired, Tin House, Guernica, and more. She holds degrees in architecture from Princeton and UC Berkeley, and a PhD in Visual and Narrative culture from UC Berkeley. How To Be Loved, about the life-saving power of friendship, is her debut memoir and was called “stunning” by the New York Times, “dazzling” by publishers weekly, and “surprisingly funny” by most readers. Discussed in this Episode: Brain surgeryMast Cell Activation SyndromeMold Toxicity and living in a tent in the desertElusive illness vs. traditionally accepted illnessesHow illness softens a personSurrendering to illnessThe healing power of friendship through illness Facing and healing intimacy issuesThe miracle that occurs when you need to ask for helpVulnerabilityThe need for reassurance and learning to trust yourselfEmotionall...

59 MINMAR 25
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56. The Life-Saving Power of Friendship with Eva Hagberg Fisher

55. How to Heal Anxiety with Amy B. Scher

EAmy B. Scher, How to Heal Anxiety Amy B. Scher ( https://amybscher.com/ ) is the best-selling author of the new book How To Heal Yourself From Anxiety When No One Else Can.As an expert in mind-body healing, she uses energy therapy techniques to help those experiencing emotional and physical challenges to move on and heal permanently and completely. Amy has been featured inCNN,CBS,Cosmopolitan, Washington Post,and more.Most importantly, she lives by her self-created motto:When life kicks your ass, kick-back. In this episode get an in-depth look at how to heal anxiety. Discussed in this Episode: What inspired Amy to write this bookWhat anxiety isHow to know if you have anxietyHow to heal anxietyTo-do lists: The debate! And how to make them work FOR you. How does technology add to our anxietyWhat happens when you avoid your feelingsBig traumas vs. smaller traumas and which is more harmful?AngerImmune system and feelingsTalk-therapy downfallsDecision makingEmotional Freedom TechniqueLet...

49 MINMAR 11
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55. How to Heal Anxiety with Amy B. Scher

54. The Overcomer: How this Young Adult Healed from Colon Cancer

ETruitt Taylor: Truitt Taylor (https://www.onepercentpodcast.com/) is the owner of Taylor Design Shop, a stage 3 cancer survivor and the host of the One Percent Podcast. In 2012, Truitt was unexpectedly diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer at just 31 years old. After completing surgery, 10 rounds of chemo and 25 rounds of radiation, he finished treatment and healed from colon cancer in 2013. Inspired by being cancer free for 5 years, Truitt launched the One Percent Podcast. On the OPP he interviews young adults who are battling or surviving an unexpected cancer diagnosis. His vision for the podcast is to to create a community to help young adults cope with their new identity and the emotional side effects of treatment. Discussed in this Episode: Truitt's diagnosis of stage 3 colon cancer: The symptoms, the procedures and the feelingsHow Truitt healed colon cancerEffects of chemotherapy and radiationWorking while sick: The advantages and disadvantagesThe three things Truitt needed to g...

65 MINFEB 25
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54. The Overcomer: How this Young Adult Healed from Colon Cancer

53. Why Kristen Carbone Chose to Have a Preventative Double Mastectomy

EKristen Carbone, founder of Billiantly, a brand that provides support for women after mastectomy Kristen Carbone: Kristen is the founder of Brilliantly, a brand that providesthe support women need on their journey toward feeling vital and strong in their mind and body after mastectomy. Motivated by her own personal experience losing her mother to cancer and then electing to have a preventative double mastectomy, she is committed to providing solutions that help women deal with long-term physical and emotional needs so they can prosper. Discussed in this Episode: GriefPreventative double mastectomyPerfectionism as a way to deal with griefDisappointment in ourselvesSelf-love, self-worth, self-compassionLearning how to accept helpBeing a collaborative humanBody image as an aging woman Going forward vs. Getting your life "back"ControlChoosing your storyPerspective Resources Mentioned: Kristen's company, Brilliantly Kristen's instagramOption B/ Bouncing Forward Weekly Challenge: Kristen'...

53 MINFEB 11
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