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What Women Must Know - The Healing Power of Cultured Foods for Autism and Overall Wellbeing with Kirsty Wirth -
Kirsty Wirth is the founder of Kultured Wellness, a company whose mission is to inspire and educate people to take control of their health by eating real and fermented foods that nourishes the brain and the gut. She is the brainchild behind Kultured Wellness Culture Starters and functional supplements.
She has been called the Gut Guru, an Intuitive Healer and her research and work in the area of gut health has been life changing for many of her clients. Her experience in education and research of over 15 years continues to drive her purpose of empowering the community to gain knowledge and understanding so they can be well and thrive. She is a HUGE nature lover, a mother, a fervent advocate for children on the spectrum, you just can’t help but be touched by her spirit and infectious enthusiasm
What Women Must Know - Staying Cool, Calm, Collected and Focused with GABA with Brian Cunningham - 12.01.16
What Women Must Know - What Your Body is Telling You: The Connection between Emotions and Illness with Luke Adler - 11.17.16
What Women Must Know - The Real Dangers of the Pill and A Natural, Sale Non-Hormonal Option with Dr. Françoise Farron - 11.03.16
What Women Must Know - The Spiritual Lessons from a Life with Horses with Dr. Allan Hamilton - 10.27.16
Allan Hamilton started his working life as a janitor. He would eventually go on to graduate from Harvard Medical School and complete his neurosurgical residency training at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. Dr. Hamilton holds four Professorships at the University of Arizona in Neurosurgery, Radiation Oncology, Psychology, and Electrical and Computer Engineering.
He has been chosen by his neurosurgical peers as “One of America’s Best Doctors” for the last eighteen consecutive years and selected as “One of the Leading Intellects of the Twenty-First Century.” Dr. Hamilton has held positions as Chief of Neurosurgery, Chairman of the Department of Surgery at the University of Arizona. Dr. Hamilton now serves as Executive Director of the Arizona Simulation Technology and Education Center, a multi-disciplinary think-tank at the Arizona Health Sciences Center devoted to developing new technologies and training procedures to reduced preventable medical adverse events.
What Women Must Know – Seven Essential Steps For Healing Breast Cancer and other Cancers and Diseases with Dr. Veronique Desaulniers - 10.20.16
Her years of experience and research have culminated as The 7 Essentials ™, a step-by-step coaching program. Dr. V is a best-selling author and her book is Heal Breast Cancer Naturally: 7 Essential Steps to Beating Breast Cancer. Her website and her personal healing journey have touched the lives of thousands of women around the globe.
What Women Must Know - Thermography and Healthy Breast Health Solutions with Dr. Hillary Smith - 10.13.16
Dr. Hillary Smith earned her Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 1984. She has maintained a continuous practice in the Los Angeles area since that time. In addition, she has a Doctorate in Homeopathic Medicine, is a functional medicine practitioner and certified health coach. Dr. Smith also incorporated bioenergetic medicine and healing practices in her treatments. In 2006 she became interested in breast thermography. She received training as a Certified Clinical Thermographer through the American Council of Clinical Thermology and began to offer the screening in her office. Through that experience, she found her passion for empowering women with health information and pro active safe screenings. For the last three years she has dedicated her practice to Thermography and health education.
What Women Must Know - How to Get Protected from Our Dangerous, Wireless World with Alfred Hanser - 10.06.16
Alfred Hanser is a highly successful entrepreneur and is also regarded as an expert in the areas of electromagnetic radiation problems and solutions and cellular hydration Mr. Hanser has been a featured speaker at many health and wellness congresses and scientific conventions, as well as an expert guest on many radio and TV shows around the world. He co-founded an international Wellness Company with its patented core technologies .
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Emily Fritchey is the founder, developer and driving force behind Sunshine Botanicals. A clinical aesthetician with for more than 30 years, she began developing her own unique and highly effective botanical formulations for her own clientele that quickly came to fill a void in the skin care and medi-spa industry.
Emily is both a visionary and a maverick….she quickly recognized how powerful clinical skin care developed entirely from a botanical perspective could be – wound healing improved, problem skin cleared, skin discolorations lightened and inflammation was reduced, all without chemicals or synthetic ingredients.
Signs of aging were being reversed and solutions were clearly available for the millions of aging baby boomers searching for healthy and effective skin treatment alternatives…Along with her husband, Dr. Phil, who is a traditional herbalist and her original formulator, Emily. Fritchey has developed associations with some of the world's leading botanical chemists and research scientists that have led to the development of some of the most unique and effective botanical skin care formulations available in the marketplace today.
A self proclaimed "ingredient freak", Emily's passion for skin care developed as a direct result of her own difficult skin issues as a teenager that traditional medicine could not remedy. Determined to understand "why" these conditions existed, she began a path of study and research that ultimately led to the development of Sunshine Botanicals.
What Women Must Know - How Our Microbiome is Revolutionizing Our Pursuit of a Healthy Life with Dr. Rodney Dietert - 09.22.16
Rodney Dietert is Professor of Immunotoxicology at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. He received his PhD in immunogenetics from the University of Texas at Austin. Among his authored and edited academic books are Strategies for Protecting Your Child's Immune System and Immunotoxicity, Immune Dysfunction, and Chronic Disease. Rodney previously directed Cornell's Graduate Field of Immunology, the Program on Breast Cancer and Environmental Risk Factors, and the Institute for Comparative and Environmental Toxicology, and he has served as a Senior Fellow in the Cornell Center for the Environment. Recently, he appeared in the 2014 award-winning documentary Microbirth. In 2015 he received the James G. Wilson Publication Award from the Teratology Society for the best paper of the year on the microbiome