Last night’s calls were pretty special…
Dr. Keith Scott-Mumby shared some awesome research about what works and what doesn’t when it comes to cancer prevention and therapy and Nick Ortner give us, literally, a hand’s on experience — one that taught us how to clear away the negative emotions and trauma around disease.
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Now on to the wrap up of Night 3 with Dr. Keith Scott-Mumby and Nicolas Ortner…
1. Will supplements interfere with chemotherapy?
I’m sure you’ve heard someone say that you can’t take supplements with chemotherapy before. In fact, my mother was sharing a story about a friend who recently was told this same thing from an oncologist.
Dr. Keith provides some interesting evidence that may prove this is false…
You know, it’s supposed to be that if you take supplements, that will mean the chemo doesn’t work, and you’re going to die. And this is the kind of nonsense the oncologists like to put around. And you might even hear, or your listeners, if they’re facing this problem, might be quoted a paper that was published around 2005, where some scientists had studied the effects of certain antioxidants and shown that it seemed to, you know, counter good effects of chemo—or what they considered the good effects—particularly vitamin E and selenium and beta-carotene and so on. Well, that’s all… and this is all you hear quoted, of course. All the other good ones that say it helps, you never hear quoted. But you know, even the authors of that study later broadcast a retraction. In 2008, they reworked their figures. This was a German… I’m sorry, a Canadian team. I can’t remember her name. Anyway, it was a Canadian team that published the original paper. The figures weren’t damning, you know. It just showed a slight tendency to counter the effect of chemo, which worried them. But she and a team reworked the figures and republished in 2008, saying, “We got this all wrong. It’s not true. That only applies to a very small percentage of the population that was enough to skew the figures,” and that was people with lung cancer who refused to stop smoking.
I dug around and couldn’t find the study mentioned. I’ll talk to Dr. Keith to see if he can dig deeper for me.
Here’s something that may be close to what he’s referencing. I didn’t find a retraction for this, by the way.
Regardless, please share this. It’s important for your friends, family members and oncologists to know.
2. Take note, cancer is rare?
Fascinating quote by Dr. Keith here…
I found an interesting historical document from Victorian times about a lecture given in London back in the 19th century where a doctor said, ‘You know, here’s a case of cancer. You’ve got to see this. This is pretty rare. You may not see too many cancer cases in your working career.’
Everyone is trying to identify the cause of cancer, but if it’s multifaceted, they’ll never be able to pinpoint it.
What’s interesting is that most of the theories revolve around things that are unnatural to human life…
- Formula feeding
- GMO foods
- Chemical pollution
- Rare metal contamination
- High stress
- Pharmaceutical drugs
- High doses of radiation
You, of course, won’t be able to avoid all of these, but cutting back will likely decrease your chances of cancer.
3. Draw the card, change your diet.
Dr. Keith says the most important, immediate thing to do if you want to prevent cancer or if you have it is to change your diet.
If you draw that card and find you got a cancer, the first thing you got to do that afternoon is start thinking about diet and start making changes.
Doing so will allow your body to start getting the nutrients it needs, stop it from dealing with foreign substances and right your emotional-hormonal balance.
All important for a healthy lifestyle.
4. Quote of the night…
Cancer is a career change. It’s like a new career where you’re new job is cancer.
What a great way to put it.
I’ve heard people say that cancer was their wake up call — their message from above that told them slow down, make a change, do something different.
For me, I want to be able to make those changes, slow down and always adapt before I get cancer.
That seems like a much easier approach in theory though, than in practice.
5. Stat alert!
Dr. Keith provides this shocking statistic of the amount of chemicals that are absorbed through the skin — many of the carcinogenic…
I’ve got a shocking statistic for you, Kevin, and your listeners, which is that most women, on average anyway, women will absorb two pounds of chemicals through their skin in a year. That’s one kilo. Two pounds of chemicals per year go through the skin, end up in the liver, your kidneys.
Yikes, here’s another link to back this up — and one up it — apparently it’s more like 5 pounds!
This significantly could affect your health, particularly if you’re using unnatural soaps, shampoos and make up.
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6. Kev’s blooper…
Everyone loves bloopers, so here’s one with Nick and I…
Kevin: So why don’t you start off with just telling us who you are, how you got into what you do—which is EFT and Tapping—and then we’ll move into some of the more important questions.
Nick: Yeah, that sounds good. Yeah, my bio is unimportant. It’s true. Well, I’ll go through it quickly, because it isn’t important.
LOL! Nick has been a friend since 2nd grade. He was in my wedding and I was in his. Hopefully, we can move past this little slip up.
7. How does EFT or tapping work?
EFT / Tapping is a method where you physically tap on meridian points on the face and body to clear trauma, emotional and physical pain, and limiting belief systems.
It’s weird, but it works.
I asked Nick if there was any science behind why it works. Here’s what he said…
But there’s some preliminary research, and that research—basically, what it’s saying is that when we do the tapping on these end points of meridians, we’re actually sending a calming signal to the amygdala in the brain.
A calm brain = a smooth functioning body.
8. If it works on back pain, it could work with cancer pain.
Nick explains a tapping session with a client where he needed to go deeper than the pain…
You know, I remember distinctly working with a client and she came to me with sciatica, you know, really bad back pain, sciatica pain. And we did a bunch of tapping just on the pain itself, and we weren’t getting anywhere. And we tapped on the original event and when it happened, and we’re just looking and exploring. We weren’t getting anywhere, and I was getting a little nervous because this is actually someone that was looking to promote the tapping themselves, and it would have been a good relationship. I wanted to give them a great experience. So we kept digging and digging, and I said, “Well what’s bothering you most in your life right now?” And she said, “Oh, the stress at work. It’s just over the top. I can’t take it.” So we focused on that emotional issue, just jumping to another conversation. That emotional issue. The next thing you know, the pain in her back was gone.
With each of our experts confirming that there is an emotional link to cancer, I would love to see more cancer patients tapping to break free from some of the trauma, fear and anger associated with their disease.
The good news is that this is a relatively harmless addition to treatment that costs nothing.
(I say relatively, since using EFT or tapping on some extremely deep trauma may require the skill of a practitioner.)
9. What a great use for tapping…
Tapping or EFT is great for anxiety, but since I’ve never had cancer, I had no idea this existed…
During the [cancer] event at Omega, we ran through the gamut of tapping on the diagnosis, tapping on the fear of coming back. We tapped a lot of scan anxiety or, and say, the lingo, I guess, is “Scanxiety.” They turn into one word. Well, scan anxiety, which I wasn’t familiar with, is you have the diagnosis and six months later, a month later you know, whatever it is, it’s the scan that you have to go get to see where it’s at. And this is a fear for people how have cancer who want to see, “Has it grown? Has it shrunk? Has it moved? Has it spread?” And for people who no longer have cancer, “Has it come back?”
I can relate on a different level with this. When I was having my adrenal issues, I would get anxious when it was time to run my blood tests again. I would stress out waiting for the results. I wanted to get better. I thought the tests would confirm that, but you never know.
Hopefully, I’ll not have to worry about disease, but if I do, I’ll tap all the way to the lab (and until I get the results — and likely after too.)
That’s it for Night #3!
Hope you enjoyed the event last night. Tomorrow night, November 11th, we have Mike Adams — who will share some not-so-rosy things about the cancer industry — and Chris Wark — who will share his inspired story of healing.
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