Dr. Nasha Winters is a 20 year cancer survivor and author of The Metabolic Approach to Cancer: http://amzn.to/2uQLlL7
We discuss cancer as a metabolic disease, mitochondrial dysfunction as it relates to cancer and novel anti-cancer compounds.
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02:23 Shifts in the View of Cancer
04:25 Dysfunctional Mitochondria and DNA Repair:
08:10 Ketogenic Diet as a Cancer Therapy: K
10:01Testing for Mitochondrial Dysfunction:
16:54 Significance of High LDH (Lactase Dehydrogenase):
20:20 Antioxidants and Cancer Treatment:
22:10 Hormesis for Healing
25:05 Diversifying the Microbiome:
31:49 Cancer Rates:
33:40 Men vs Women Cancer Rates:
36:09 Link between Autoimmune Disease and Cancer:
38:48 Addressing TH1/TH2 Swings:
41:10 Dr. Winters’ Cancer Diagnosis:
48:07 Making Small Changes:
51:36 Mental Recovery from Cancer:
56:13 Epazote, Apricot Seeds and Avocado Seeds
01:02:25 Toxin Storage in the Liver Myth:
01:05:14 Cyclical Ketosis Bases Upon Seasons:
01:07:11 Benefits of Fasting:
01:09:52 Dr. Winters’ Morning Routine:
01:11:54 Dr. Winters’ Favorite Herb or Nutrient: Olives are her choice. They are her favorite food. They are nutrient dense and full of fat. Her herb choice would be mistletoe in an injectable form.
01:12:48 Dr. Winters’ Choice of Exercise for Cancer Prevention or Fighting: High intensity intervals are her choice. We did more burst type exercise when we lived in nature.
01:13:42 Dr. Winters’ Elevator Speech: We need to think about food quality, getting back to what our grandparents and great-grandparents were eating. Step away from the industrialization of food and get people growing their own.