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Summit For Wellness Podcast
Getting a cancer diagnosis can be one of the most shocking and scary experiences someone goes through. Your mind starts to race through what you just heard, and you start to think about the tough questions."How am I going to support my family", "how much time do I have", "there is so much left to do in this world", and so on.Typically, while your mind is racing, your doctor had continued the conversation about next steps and what to expect, but you probably missed most of it. Next thing you know, you are scheduling treatment appointments, and you have no time to think.We all know about chemo and radiation at this point, but what if there were other treatment options that are less invasive and have a lot of impact on your success rate?What Are Less Invasive Cancer Treatments?When we are talking about less invasive treatments, these are treatments that do minimal damage to the body itself. When you compare it to radiation, radiation is used on a targeted area to kill anything in its path (ideally cancer cells).Some less invasive treatments include colon hydrotherapy, high dose Vitamin C, and even mistletoe therapy.In this episode we will be diving deeper into a lot of different treatments, so grab a pen and paper and get ready to write down some notes!What To Expect From This Episode
How to discover your personal reason to fight back against cancer
Why cancer cells start to proliferate and cause problems in the body
Less invasive interventions for cancerHow an entire treatment protocol might look like
Shownotes* [2:00] How did Dr. Lori Bouchard become interested in oncology* [8:45] One of the approaches Dr. Lori uses is to find out why someone wants to work so hard to live* [12:00] What percent of the population will develop cancerous cells* [13:00] Is a tumor based on one cancerous cell, or is it a cluster of cells* [14:15] Why does cancer grow in the body* [18:45] Ways to turn anxiety and stress into actionable steps to improve your chances with cancer* [20:15] Do cancer cells have insulin receptors that help them to grow from excess sugar consumption* [22:15] When getting cancer treatments, usually the hospital food provided is full of sugar and glucose* [25:45] Are there times when using chemo and radiation is necessary to battle cancer* [28:30] What are some less invasive treatment options that can be used by itself or in conjunction with chemo or radiation* [32:45] Colon Hydrotherapy is a way to cleanse out the colon and remove debris that has been in the body for years* [38:15] What can you achieve by doing a fecal matter transplant for cancer* [40:00] Learn some signs that could indicate you have a bigger health issue to worry about* [42:30] Dr. Lori Bouchard walks us through the exact protocol she would do if she was diagnosed with cancer* [45:30] What are probiotic-rich enemas and how are those made* [46:45] For coffee enemas, does Dr. Lori use mycotoxin-free coffee beans* [48:00] Final thoughts on treatments for cancer and how movement helps reduce cancer as well
Transcript For Episode (Transcripts aren't even close to 100% Accurate)
Bryan Carroll: [00:00:15] When you or someone you know receives a cancer diagnosis. It can be a shocking moment in most cases. Everything starts to happen quickly. You get the diagnosis and then you're stunned state.The doctor starts walking you through the treatment process, timeline for everything and what to expect. In most cases, you are scheduled to start receiving chemo or radiation, which are usually pretty harsh treatments to go through. Not often do you hear of other cancer treatments that can be very effective.What's up everyone. I'm Bryan Carroll and I'm here to help people move more, eat well, and be adventurous. And today Dr Lori Bouchard will be teaching us all about different approaches to ca...