Episode 58: Curing Cancer and Other Life-Threatening Diseases

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In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Tom Incledon. Dr. Tom Incledon is a world-renowned expert in human health and performance. He is the Founder and Chief Scientific Officer of Causenta Wellness, where he is bringing a unique approach to health care and cancer treatment.

Dr. Tom had an extremely poor upbringing in The Bronx, New York. Despite his upbringing, his intellectual brilliance brought him opportunities such as managing a business at age 11 and going to college at age 12. His passion for curing cancer was ignited by an incident in his childhood when his babysitter died suddenly because of brain cancer - at the age of 19. 

Dr. Tom Incledon tells listeners: “The way you get results when you're faced with an overwhelming journey of misinformation, is you have to ask the right questions and critically understand the philosophy and capabilities of the resources in front of you.”


IN THIS EPISODE, YOU WILL LEARN:

  • Link between diet and diseases

  • New technology advancements to help cure diseases

  • Factors that contribute to recovering faster from life threatening diseases

  • Different approaches and truths behind different kinds of treatment and therapy

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About Everyday Wellness Podcast

Everyday Wellness is not just another health podcast. Your co-hosts, Cynthia Thurlow (nurse practitioner and functional nutritionist) and Dr. Kelly Donahue (clinical health psychologist and nutritional therapy consultant) have over 25 years of combined experience in medicine, psychology, and wellness. Our mission is to bring you the best, science-backed yet practical information to improve your physical and mental wellness every day. We are busy mom-preneurs and know how important your time is. We have designed this podcast to be short in time and big on impact. We interview a variety of guests in the field of health and wellness, and we discuss important issues and provide practical strategies that you can use in your real life.

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