Cancer is a continual riddle; no two cases will be identical. Therefore, a one-size-fits-all standard treatment plan may kill the tumor but won’t help an individual get well. It’s time to shift from survival mode to the living mode.
In this episode, Dr. Michael Karlfeldt, an ND, PhD, and board-certified Naturopath, and I dive deep into mind, body, and soul breast cancer healing. Starting with mitochondria (cells) and ending with turning fear into joy.
Tune in to learn more about getting out of survival mode and into joyfully living mode.
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Here are some highlights from this Podcast:
1. Dr. Michael Karlfeld’s Personal Connection to Cancer: Dr. Karlfeldt shares his personal motivation for specializing in cancer treatment, rooted in his own family’s experience with the disease. His father’s battle with colon cancer, and the realization that conventional treatments often offer limited options and results, drove him to explore more holistic and integrative approaches to cancer care.
2. Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Cancer: Dr. Karlfeldt discusses the shift in cancer research from a purely genetic focus to understanding cancer as a metabolic disease, primarily involving mitochondrial dysfunction.
3. The Role of Cancer Stem Cells and Circulating Tumor Cells: Dr. Karlfeldt highlights the significance of not just focusing on visible tumors but also addressing cancer stem cells and circulating tumor cells.
4. Holistic Approach to Cancer Treatment at the Karlfeldt Center: Comprehensive treatment approaches at the clinic, which include addressing the spiritual and emotional aspects of healing, optimizing nutrition, and incorporating movement and exercise.
5. Mindset and Emotional Healing in Cancer Recovery: Patients are encouraged to focus on living fully and joyfully rather than being consumed by fear of cancer recurrence. By fostering a positive outlook and addressing emotional traumas and belief systems, patients can create an internal environment that is less conducive to cancer.