The Wellness Collective (AUS)

Using exercise to manage and overcome disease - Dr Tom Incledon

Cancer and other life-threatening illnesses all have one thing in common according to Dr Tom Incledon, founder and CEO of Causenta Cancer Treatment Centre in Arizona - that is, almost all disease responds astonishingly well to exercise, yet targeted and specific movement aren't a key focus in conventional treatments. Cecelia and Nat chat with him about how to hack your movement regime to better your life no matter where you're at.

The Wellness Collective (AUS)
00:26:35 6/6/2019

Past Episodes

For many, our relationship with food can be somewhat a two edge sword. We crave, we need, we want and sometimes we can forget that food is first and foremost fuel for our body. Jess Sepel understands too well how food can rule our lives. After overcoming her own eating issues, she is on a mission to help us repair our poor relationship with food and to establish a healthy relationship with what is on our plate.
00:26:52 8/23/2019
A recent study linked IVF and Breast Cancer in women over 40.  Rather than panic, Cecelia and Nat wanted to get the low down and sat to chat with their resident wholistic gynaecologist, Dr Shawn Tassone.  This episode isn’t just for women going through IVF, but all women to understand cancer and the risk factors.  When we can understand our hormones better, we can most certainly live happier and healthier lives.
00:31:30 8/15/2019
A recent study linked IVF and Breast Cancer in women over 40.  Rather than panic, Cecelia and Nat wanted to get the low down and sat to chat with their resident wholistic gynaecologist, Dr Shawn Tassone.  This episode isn’t just for women going through IVF, but all women to understand cancer and the risk factors.  When we can understand our hormones better, we can most certainly live happier and healthier lives.
00:31:30 8/15/2019
Our judgement may be easily clouded when it comes to body awareness, simply because life is busy, complicated and at times overwhelming.  In this episode Cecelia and Nat share their wisdom in how to best trust your own judgement and make decisions that are right for you.  Owning your intuition can totally transform your life once you know how.
00:36:05 8/15/2019
Death is often the last thing we want to talk about, but death educator, Fawn Chang is here to tell us why talking about death long before it should happen, is the key to a happier life. We talk about how to support loved ones through death and what to say when somebody is nearing the end of their life.
00:43:11 8/1/2019
In this second part to the Imposter Syndrome series, Cecelia and Nat speak with everyday people just like you, about their own experience living with Imposter Syndrome and how using this information can help us live happier and healthier lives.
00:35:21 7/25/2019
Dementia is a cruel illness and the experience of loss happens far before our loved ones leave us.   Tully Smyth knows this too well having lost her mother 23 years after she was diagnosed with dementia.  This is a raw and brave episode where we talk about the realities of living with a parent diagnosed with dementia, and how we can support families dealing with the disease.
00:42:41 7/18/2019
Are you living with Imposter Syndrome and don't even realise? The constant feeling that you are about to be called out for doing the wrong thing, even though you're not. Cecelia and Nat chat with Suzanne Mercier as part one of this series.
00:33:15 7/11/2019
We lie up to 11 times a day according to our guest Lauren Zander, author of ‘Maybe It’s You.’ In this episode she talks with Nat & Cecelia about how we can live our best lives by cutting through the BS and owning the parts of ourselves we may be currently running away from.
00:36:44 7/4/2019
Science and medicine are advancing at a rapid rate and the latest in genetics and genetic testing is proving us with more clues than ever before. Soon it seems, we will be able to deliver the exact nutrients our body’s need to influence our individual and specific health needs. In this episode Sharon Palmer talks about how.
00:31:42 6/26/2019

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