Last week, I had the pleasure to speak to Robin Daly, founder and chairman of the UK Charity Yes to Life. This charity has been dedicated to supporting and facilitating cancer patients’ access to integrative medicine.
You can access our full interview here (make sure you click on “listen” just under Robin’s picture once you’ve hit the link… if you click the play button at the top, you’ll be linked into the live UK health radio show).
Robin and I covered a variety of topics, some related to the keto lifestyle, but we also went way beyond this:
- Mine and Domini Kemp’s experience with our bestselling book “The Ketogenic Kitchen“- and speculation why it caused so much controversy
- How we ended up with a positive interpretation of a pretty nasty experience
- Why I’m still such a dedicated advocate of keto nutrition
- Why there has been an increasing interest in this approach by the medical community recently
- How to become focused and committed (but not obsessive) in what you do
- My journey sometimes feels like “peeling the layers of an onion”
- How it taught- and is teaching me- patience
- Nutrigenomics and how it’s helping me tailoring my nutrition and lifestyle choices- and giving me confidence
- Neurological effects of keto on my optic nerve
- Recent scientific insights
- How everybody goes into ketosis “in their own style”
- Continuous glucometers and the importance of glucose tracking
- Detoxification and how I got rid of my headaches
- How my focus shifted from physiological to psychological/emotional health
- Why and how words are so powerful
- Fear of “missing out” and self-talk
- How to hone your intuition
- Connectedness– and how cancer is the ultimate expression of disconnect
- Electromagnetic fields and biomagnetic therapy
- Microbes– and how we carry the universe inside us
Are you inspired?
Do you have any questions, you’re inspired by my story, you’d like to take a Deep Dive into Nutrigenomics or you’re keen to join me and Dr Wafaa in our 12-week intensive Recovery Fundamentals programme? Either way, I look forward to your feedback, comments or maybe to welcoming you as a client.
Thank you for listening!