Brought to you by: Christine MacCarroll & Ann Kaemingk
There is SO much mis-information floating around about what actually causes cancer.
Did you know, only 10% of cancer is genetic? Yep! That means 90% of cancer is caused by environmental factors.
Since 1985, October has been known as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Really? Awareness? We are all TOO aware of this horrible disease that holds no prejudice when it comes to it’s victims. Join us as we start a revolution…
We are calling October Breast Cancer PREVENTION Month!
In this fun and interactive hour workshop, Christine and Ann will share simple yet very important steps you can take to lessen your exposure to cancer causing agents - from your dinner plate to your shower!
Bring :: Notebook and Pen / Pencil
Christine MacCarroll is a certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Board Certified in Holistic Nutrition®. I practice functional nutritional therapy. Over my lifetime journey experiencing and learning about food, I’ve travelled many different paths, from vegetarian to paleo. The constant has been that I was always reading and learning—and I expect to never stop learning. I make it my business to know the latest science. Interestingly, the “latest” has led me to conclude that we really need to go back in time: farm food over factory food, butter over margarine, slow and local over fast and global.
My mom tells me that my two first words were butterfly and cornbread. So you see, I've always appreciated the finer things in life: natural beauty and a great meal!
As engaged as I've always been though, the real turning point came for me when my youngest daughter was diagnosed with a neurological speech disorder (apraxia). After her diagnosis, my “mama bear” instinct went into overdrive. Helping her heal became my main mission in life, and I spent countless hours reading, researching, and desperately reaching for any help I could find. The best hope after all that research seemed to be in nutrition. After adding a nutritional protocol to traditional speech therapy, profound changes took place in her speech. Today, you would never know that she had ever had any difficulties.
But the change had radiated to me. A wildfire had been lit in my belly. So, after years of saying I’d never go back to school, I did just that. It’s now my passion and mission to be a guide for others who just want to feel GOOD and feel like themselves again. We are meant to use food as our first medicine, and a nourished body functions optimally in all aspects—physically, mentally and emotionally. I’d love to join you on your journey to help your body do just that.
Recently my formerly speech-challenged daughter (who does not seem to be able to STOP talking sometimes!) told me very seriously: ``Mama, I just love to eat.`` Amen, child. Me too. I love to eat. I spend a lot of time thinking about food, and the most nourishing foods to put into my own and family's bodies, but it all boils down to enjoying your food and loving what it can do for you. Let's eat.
About Ann Kaemingk:
Ann’s vision is to cut through the non-toxic consumer goods confusion and offer personalized, real-world, and realistic solutions. She seeks to help people who are striving to decrease their, their families’, and the environment’s exposure to toxic household cleaning and personal care products. The necessary, but feasible, changes are made possible through the knowledge, support, and resources Ann is able to offer.
Ann has been an educator and an advocate for over 15 years, empowering individuals of all ages to become the best version of themselves they can be. Ann presents health seminars on different non-toxic lifestyle topics to further a powerful mission of “changing chemical policy in the United States through a grassroots consumer education movement”.
Ann consults with individuals and groups, teaching them to become ingredient detectives. She takes a light-hearted approach and loves to make the confusing area of consumer goods simple for others to put into practice.
Ann was born and raised in West Michigan and now lives in Denver, Colorado with her husband and their two canine-kids. She has a passion for empowering individuals through education and awareness.