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IN THE MIX Health, Wellness and Beauty series “Where a healthy, happy and beautiful YOU starts from the inside out.” I had my colonoscopy Wednesday, July 17 and today I am following up that process with results. Did you know colon cancer is most preventable cancer? 50,000 people die from colon cancer each year. They say start getting checked starting at age 50, but African Americans should start at age 40. Visit www.coloncancerfoundation.org for more information. Very sad to hear of Sam Simon's colon cancer diagnosis
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1. Dating and Paleo
2. Popsicles pre-colonoscopy?
3. Can you be a Paleo Wine-o?
4. Probiotic cleansers & can you live “too clean?”
5. Coconut oil drain clog?
March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month. Today, we will break from our usual discussion on education and try to save some lives! Colorectal Cancer is the 2nd leading cancer killer. It doesn't have to be. CRC is preventable and treatable if caught in time. We just need to convince more people to get screened.
Mr. Eric Hargis joined the Colon Cancer Alliance as CEO in January 2014. Hargis has more than 35 years of relevant leadership experience in national health organizations and has a proven track record of supporting these entities through strategic growth. Hargis has a proven track record of being a transformational leader. Nationally, he has successfully led the development of numerous programs, partnerships, events and fundraising initiatives.
Daily, Hargis beats the drum that colon cancer is largely preventable and a unique cancer that we can actually do something about. His passionate approach is intentionally driving the mission of the Colon Cancer Alliance to the forefront of a national health movement. He is active in FDA committee hearings advocating for innovations in screening, meeting with congressional representatives to provide supportive insight and securing national corporate partnerships.
Hargis graduated with a degree from the University of San Diego. He lives in Maryland with his wife and two children.
The Colon Cancer Alliance’s mission is to knock colon cancer out of the top three cancer killers. This mission is being accomplished by championing prevention, funding cutting-edge research and providing the highest quality patient support services. Learn more at ccalliance.org.
Join host Anne Preciado Rich as she digs down into the real “poop” of the matter, so to speak, in examining the fears and prejudices that many us of have regarding our flesh and blood bodies. She will also be speaking with Scott Christenson about Liquid BioCell, a new product to help rebuild joints, ease joint discomfort and improve overall health.
Tonight we find out who the winner of the chosen one tournament will be. Tonight all the contestants will take their winnings so far and put them to good use in our game of stepping and betting, it's Mega Step time again. And tonight we give Scott a colonoscopy if he behaves.
Title: Standing Tall Through It All
Topic: From Test To Testimony; healed of a disease, debt and near death
Bio of guest: Whitney Kirksey
Whitney Kirksey is a 22 year old young lady from Mobile Alabama, a preacher's kid and student. She is the daughter of Bishop Roger Kirksey and First Lady Angela, choir director and youth leader of Kingdom Builders Praise Team,
She was diagnosed with Crohns and colitis disease at the age of 19, an inflammatory bowel disease. She lost 16 ounces of blood and was an hour away from death. She states " If I would have went on like I was I could have died". She had to get a colonoscopy to repair the damages that's was going on inside of her. While getting the colonoscopy, she was still losing 13 ounces of blood. She lost 20 pounds, and got down to a size 0. She was on a strict diet and couldn't go to school, work, or church.
Whitney talks about being healed of a disease, debt and near death experience. She is a power house with a powerful testimony. Her test and trials have made her stronger and she uses her gifts and life to make a difference in the lives of many young people.
Main Topic: Religious Hypocrisy in America
Side Topics: Delaware Colonoscopy patient suing over the attire he found himself in when awakening from anesthesia. NJ man charged with crime for catching his food. Bono reveals why he wears glasses all the time whilst apologizing for horrid forced iTunes album release. EbolaCzar update: who is this super villain? Fangate.... it's a thing... & it's stupid. Think lapel cams will prevent insane police brutality? Wrong again.
All This in 30 Minutes!!
In 2014 it is estimated 71830 men and 65,000 women will be diagnosed with colorectal cancer. 26,270 of the men and 24,040 of the women are predicted to die of the disease. (American Cancer Society report-2014).
Tray Dunaway, MD, FACS, CSP, CHCO, CHCC will be our guest as we talk about this often times preventable, curable, deadly disease. You do not want to miss this "deadly serious" discussion.Let's find a way to get out of the pickle barrel we have all found ourselves sharing.
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Join co-hosts Suzanne Strisower and Kathleen O'Keefe Kanavos for cutting edge interviews with the Nautilus Book Award winning authors who are talking about "their Better Books for a Better World."
Our Guest from 4-5:00pm PST: Mary Pat Palmer
Mary Pat Palmer was diagnosed with colon cancer in April of 2001 at a Facial Diagnosis Class with herbalist William LeSassier. After, a colonoscopy which revealed a malignant two inch tumor, and surgery, she was told that she would die without chemotherapy. After one of eighteen treatments she refused more.
Our Guest from 5-6:00pm PST: Karin Uphoff
Karin C. Uphoff, is a Master Herbalist and Iridologist, Massage Therapist, Reikii practitioner and Yoga Instructor and co-founder of Mind Body Medicine for Health, Education & Wellness in Mendocino California. She is the author of Botanical Body Care: Herbs and Natural Healing for Your Whole body, a book that combines basic physiology with herbal healing, cleansing and nutrition. Learn more about Karin at: www.rainbowconnection.net
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