Plastic surgery isn’t the only way to turn back the clock. There is so much more that you can do from a holistic perspective to look and feel better about your health and your appearance. On this episode of the Holistic Plastic Surgery Show, I’m joined by an expert in regenerative treatments who also happens to be a Doctor of Chinese Medicine. She comes from a completely different perspective and background from the plastic surgeon or dermatologist you might be seeing.
I’ve asked her to give us her top seven tips to turning back the clock to look and feel your best. These tips include such actionable information as how to optimize your exercise routine, what to hydrate your body with, how much sleep you should be getting, how food can be used as medicine, and which natural, regenerative treatments can create major changes in your appearance. It’s a refreshing look at turning back the clock from a holistic perspective.
Please join me and my good friend, Dr. Robyn Benson, as we reveal her Top Seven Tips to Look and Feel Your Best from a Chinese and Regenerative Medicine Specialist.
Is your home making you sick? We tend to put a lot of focus on what we eat and how that affects our health. But did you know that exposures in our homes can create major impacts on our health as well?
This week I’m joined by a father who was pushed by his son’s bout with cancer to look at how his home may have impacted his son’s disease. Over four years ago Ryan Sternagel’s son was diagnosed with Stage 4 neuroblastoma. His prognosis was poor. However, after undergoing an integrative approach to cancer treatments, his son has survived and even thrived. It’s truly a success story of integrative medicine and a testament to the power of alternative treatments.
One of these alternative treatments was to remove anything from their home which may be contributing to his cancer. On this episode of The Holistic Plastic Surgery Show, Ryan is going to share with us some simple tips to make your home a healthy refuge, such as how to get clean air and water in your house, what types of magnetic fields may be causing health problems, why it’s important to use natural cleaning products, and much more.
Please join me and my friend, Ryan Sternagel, as we reveal “How to Detoxify Your Home.”
Did you know that eating natural, wild caught foods can reverse disease and enhance your health? Have you given up factory farmed meats and conventionally grown produce and seen huge positive impacts on your health?
If so, then you may be a Wildatarian. This is a new, popular movement that combines mindfulness with eating as nature intended. On this episode of The Holistic Plastic Surgery Show I’m joined by the leader and creator of the Wildatarian diet and lifestyle. We discuss how simple changes to your diet, such as exchanging farmed meats with wild game and conventional produce for organic can make massive changes to your health.
Did you know that sulfur rich vegetables, such as kale and broccoli, aren’t necessarily good for everyone? Or that peanut butter, one of my favorites, may harbor potentially cancer causing aflatoxins? And that how you eat may be as important as what you eat? Yes, you can reap major benefits from simply taking time and enjoying your food.
We’ll get the straight scoop and reveal the many benefits of going Wildatarian.
Please join me and my friend, nutrition counselor Teri Cochrane, as we reveal how you can Go Wildatarian for Optimal Health, Energy, and Vitality.
Every year the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, the premiere organization of cosmetic plastic surgeons, meets for an annual meeting to share new ideas, teach cutting edge techniques, and collaborate on the future of cosmetic medicine. Having just returned from the meeting, I’m going to share with you some of the hottest topics in cosmetic plastic surgery today. These topics include the new (an internal bra, nanofat grafting, RF microneedling, and PRP), the future (new types of botulinum toxin), and the controversial (breast implant-associated ALCL and mortality from buttock fat injections). We’ll get to the bottom of the current state of plastic surgery, and I’ll break it all down for you. If you’re interested in learning what plastic surgeons are talking about today, then this episode is for you.