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Do you feel like everything fun is bad for you? In this show, Dr. Heather Wdowin will help you understand how stress, inflammation, and toxicity add to health problems, and how to avoid those problems while not having to live in a bubble. Dr. Wdowin graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Neurobiology from Cornell University and received her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from the SCNM in Tempe, AZ.

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Do you feel like everything fun is bad for you? In this show, Dr. Heather Wdowin will help you understand how stress, inflammation, and toxicity add to health problems, and how to avoid those problems while not having to live in a bubble. Dr. Wdowin graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Neurobiology from Cornell University and received her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from the SCNM in Tempe, AZ.

    Episode 41: The last time I'll tell the story that has defined me for 21 yrs

    Episode 41: The last time I'll tell the story that has defined me for 21 yrs

    Life happens, we react, respond, and then tell stories about it in an effort to make sense of trauma. Sometimes we are heroes and sometimes victims. This is the first and last time I will tell this story, on the 21st anniversary and what has been my reality for what is now half of my life. I cherish this journey, and yet I now let it go. How you respond to trauma determines the rest of your life, and we all experience it in one way or another. I found it young, and when you meet the health or life challenges that call for you to grow, change, or die, I hope this story inspires you to make changes that empower you.

    • 54 min
    Episode 40: Self Love

    Episode 40: Self Love

    Many feel that Valentine's Day is a Hallmark holiday to sell flowers and candy. Let's reframe it and get inspired to love and care for yourself in meaningful ways. Self love is the foundation upon which all other love experiences are built. Make it a good one.

    • 54 min
    Episode 39: Healthy, Bad Ass Kids

    Episode 39: Healthy, Bad Ass Kids

    We want to give our children every possible boon in life. My kid has more toys now at the age of five than my two brothers and I had collectively our entire lives. But the greatest gift you can give your child is their health, because health improves education, social standing, earning ability, relationships etc. Learn how to keep your child as healthy as possible and set the foundations for long term health.

    • 54 min
    Episode 38: Earth Speaks Up: Mary McNerney and Dr. Heather Wdowin

    Episode 38: Earth Speaks Up: Mary McNerney and Dr. Heather Wdowin

    Have you heard of “Conversations with God”? This book is about “Conversations with the Earth”. Mary McNerney earned her law degree from Georgetown University, had a fellowship with the UN Commission on International Trade Law, and then worked for many years as a corporate and international lawyer in Boston and Prague. It was not her plan to write this book. She never imagined that the Spirit of the Earth would one day unmistakably, clearly, and shockingly speak to her. Mary says that the experience has put her on an entirely different trajectory than she ever envisioned as a corporate lawyer. She shares “In a wild and wonderful way I instead became a messenger on behalf of our planet Earth.” Mary now lives in Massachusetts together with her husband and horses. She enjoys riding her horse through the woods and fields and being more deeply with the many dimensions of nature.

    • 54 min
    Episode 37: I am a naturopathic Dr. Now What ?

    Episode 37: I am a naturopathic Dr. Now What ?

    Dr. Heather discusses the process on becoming a leading naturopathic Dr. and various remedies for different types of Ailments . This interview was conducted by CTR Network owner Cameron Steele

    • 55 min
    Episode 36: How plastic is ruining your health, and what to do about it.

    Episode 36: How plastic is ruining your health, and what to do about it.

    Plastic is everywhere, floating in our oceans, killing sea life, and even raining down from the skies. Chemicals in plastic have been shown to cause cancer and hormone imbalances, including precocious puberty and infertility. Join Dr. Heather Wdowin as she discussing how to decrease your exposure to these chemicals, and how to make small changes in your life to help decrease your risk of disease.

    • 55 min

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