The 2018 Skinny Tire Festival was lucky enough to have Sharri Casler and Dr. Ray Andrew as guest speakers. As promised at the event, below you will find the details of their presentations for your review. Enjoy!
Tips for A Successful Climb of the Big Nasty…And Other Life Challenges!
By Sharri Casler
- Make it as easy as possible as soon as possible for as long as possible. Sometimes we go about things all wrong making it harder on ourselves than it needs to be.
- Never go fast enough to lose your breath – take one step at a time. Don’t try to power your way through a difficult challenge. Take it slow. It’s okay if it takes you a little bit longer.
- Takes deep breaths. How many times have we heard this advice – remember to breathe. It is amazing how taking really deep breaths helps us to relax and see things clearer when we’re stressed out or feeling overwhelmed.
Nutrition in Cancer Prevention
By Dr. Ray Andrew
In our offices in Moab and Springville, our entire approach focuses on three objectives:
a. Avoid or remove what does not belong in the body.
b. Provide or restore what does belong there.
c. Utilize the latest science and technology to assist the Body in Healing Itself
I️ gave another presentation in Utah County last night. I was coincidentally asked to speak about the role of nutrition in cancer prevention. They gave me an hour and a slide projector. I was given the same assignment for today, but I️ have no projector and have to cram what I️ can into 20 minutes. So I️ decided to change it up completely in order to give you some meaningful insights in such a short period of time.
What I’m going to tell you in the next few minutes actually comes from the medical literature. However, I’m not going to give a bunch of facts and figures and citations like I would to a group of doctors, because it would put you to sleep. I only tell you this because it’s important for you to know that these aren’t my opinions. They are published scientific facts.
There are several cancer survivors here. You are to be commended for being physically active. Aside from its many other health benefits, exercise reduces one’s risk of developing cancer. But it also dramatically increases survival in people who do develop cancer, and reduces the side effects people experience from conventional treatment, such as chemo and radiation.
But: You cannot out-exercise a crappy diet any more than you can stay out of jail for robbing a bank because you donated some of the loot to charity.
So, I’ve decided to share with you my nine favorite myths about cancer, and answer them with facts: