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Reducing the risk of cancer occurrence and recurrence
Watch and learn from some of the experts as they discuss their speciality with Isabel and how they have successfully used their years of experience to help cancer patients around the world.
Scanxiety is the anxiety and worry that accompanies the period of time before undergoing or receiving the results of a medical examination (such as MRI or CT scan).
Listen in as Isabel talks about her personal experience going through her annual check-ups and how she learned to cope with the fear and anxiety around these days.
Tom Fisher, cancer survivor himself, is joining Isabel to share his personal journey around medical screenings and his insights as a former oncology nurse and experienced health coach.
Isabel and Tom discuss the broader implications of stress on your health and strategies on how to cope during the vulnerable periods surrounding your medical check-ups.
Most women fear breast screenings, but the reality is that early detection truly saves lives.
Isabel is joined by Dr Rameysh, radiologist, with a subspecialty in Breast Imaging.
– What screenings should you consider?
– Are there dangers around breast screenings?
– What is the importance of breast self-screenings?
– What are the signs you should be looking for?
How important is a positive mindset for cancer recovery?
Do negative thoughts impact our health?
Isabel is joined by Danielle Van de Velde, a highly experienced Meditation teacher. They discuss how thoughts — positive and negative — have psychological and physical effects on our body.
How can you overturn negative thinking?
What are proven strategies to foster a positive mindset?
While trying to avoid having sugar, many people resolve to sugar substitutes, but is that really a good option?
Artificial sweeteners, natural sweeteners, how can you tell which one are healthy and which ones are not? Which sugar substitutes do you absolutely need to avoid and what are healthier options to sweeten your food?
Joining Isabel is Tom Fisher, highly experienced health coach with over 16,000 clinical hours working one on one with people managing chronic diseases including cancer. Like Isabel, Tom is also a cancer survivor.
Isabel explains the links between sugar and cancer and answers frequently asked questions like:
– Is consuming sugar associated with an increased risk of cancer?
– Do I need to stop eating sugar completely if I have cancer?
– How do you even cut sugar out of your diet?
– Will cutting out sugar help me recover faster?
For cancer patients going through treatment or in recovery, searching for the right nutrition plan is essential but there is a lot of conflicting and confusing information out there to decipher. There is, however, one area where most experts agree: we need to eat plenty of plant based food.
– risk factors
– breast cancer detection
– unique challenges for young women
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One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer at some point in her life.
The majority of women, myself included, faced with the diagnosis are confronted with a crucial decision: whether or not to get a lumpectomy (surgery to remove cancer or other abnormal tissue from the breast), mastectomy (removing the whole breast), or a double mastectomy (removing both breasts).
Listen in as Isabel Galiano (Cancer Coach) discusses with Dr Steven Tucker (Medical Oncologist) about:
– Fasting & Cancer Prevention
– Fasting in Cancer Care (to optimize cancer treatments and reduce side effects of treatments)
– Fasting to minimize risk of Cancer Recurrence
– How to implement fasting in a safe and effective way