Health and Wellness
FROM DIS-EASE TO LIVING MINDFULLY:
A JOURNEY BEYOND ILLNESS
What umbrella do you stand under? What box do you put yourself in? What gifts have you been given? Join me as I interview Kathy Carlisle, diagnosed with MS -Multiple Sclerosis – 3 years ago, for a powerful discussion on mindful living, moving out of dis-ease, and getting curious about your life…
Kathy Carlisle is a photographer, entrepreneur and catalyst behind the Live Everything Mindful community. She is inspired daily by her three incredible children (12, 9, and 7) and her rock of a husband, that is continually curious about the new person that she becomes each day. Three years ago she set out on a journey to heal herself of Multiple Sclerosis and what she found was a spiritual journey that has lit her life on fire. She continues to use her photography skills to tell inspirational stories and inspire others to embark on their own journey inward. She is passionate about building a community full of keys to unlock one’s potential through curiosity.
About Host Edie Summers
I have studied and trained in alternative health for 18 years. I was a wellness consultant, lecturer, and broker in the natural foods industry for 7 years. As a broker, I represented over 30 lines and serviced 50 chain and independent stores in Utah. Some of my clients included: Alacer, BHI, Herb Pharm, Greens Plus, Nature’s Secret, Renew Life, Nutrex, Nutribiotic, and Weleeda.
I have training in wellness coaching, corporate wellness coaching, stress management, energy healing & medicine, herbs, superfoods, nutrition coaching, natural foods, HABA care, food psychology, personal training, and fitness coaching – I was a professional dancer for 10 years. I have advanced training in wellness coaching through WellCoaches, which is connected with the Institute of Coaching, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School. I am a freelance writer and have written copy for a corporate wellness journal for an international insurance brokerage. I currently write for MindBodyGreen.com ~ http://www.mindbodygreen.com/wc/edie-summers
I teach dance at the Beaverton Healing Center, where I also offer individual and group wellness coaching.
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In sickness & in health
WITH HOST & AUTHOR of Life Interrupted It’s Not All About Me Chris Tatevosian and
Host of “Winning Life Through Pain” Coach Marla
“Interview with Dr. Sullivan about the use of LDN, Low-Dose Naltrexone, for the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis and other Chronic Illnesses like Lupus.” -Chris Tatevosian
Naltrexone is approved by the FDA for the treatment of addictions to opioids and alcohol. At the full recommended dose, Naltrexone blocks opioid docking sites on cells. At significantly lower doses, it has been prescribed as a treatment for a variety of diseases, including various types of cancers, HIV/AIDS, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), emphysema, as well as MS and other autoimmune diseases. There has been limited clinical study of low dose Naltrexone (LDN) to treat MS, but in spring 2010, results from a pilot clinical trial were published.
Being a Teenager with a Chronic Illness
with Naomi Kingery
Missionary kid Naomi Kingery grew up in India and saw physical struggle her whole life as her parents worked with the disabled. At twelve years old she faced her own physical struggle as she went into a coma and woke up with a diagnosis of juvenile diabetes.
She soon felt a calling on her life to encourage diabetic teenagers and to help touch other teenagers who deal with invisible illnesses. When she was eighteen she published her first book Sugar Free Me (inspirational book for diabetic teens and their loved ones.) With Sugar Free Me in one hand and a Bible in the other, Naomi wants to spread hope within the diabetic community. Visit her web site at www.livetolovediabetes.com . Naomi has donated a copy of her book, “Sugar Free Me.”
I am a registered nurse and I have multiple sclerosis. I began researching MS in 1993 and from that research I developed and patented the treatment called Prokarin. I have remained symptom free for the 12 years that I have been using Prokarin. In 1998 I founded the research company, EDMS LLC, and after completing a double-blind placebo controlled study on Prokarin, it became available to the public.
Today more than 1,200 doctors have prescribed Prokarin to their MS patients. Prokarin is 180 degrees in the opposite direction of the current thinking of what causes MS. Because of this, it has been a struggle bringing Prokarin into mainstream medicine as a treatment option. I have written a book describing the obstacles I have encountered. My book is titled, “They Said It Didn’t Make ‘Cents’–MS the Prokarin Story.
Please visit my website at www.edmsllc.com to learn more.