Radical Ownership of your Health / Cancer, Lyme, and Mold Oh My! with Freddie Kimmel

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Dr. Tim is joined by Freddie Kimmel of The Beautifully Broken Podcast. They discuss how you can recover from Cancer and Multiple Surgeries, why you should be aware of “experts”, and how you are the magical variable in all your health experiments. Freddie points out how to trust your intuition and why there is great value in wellness technology. Dr. Tim and Freddie talk about the reasons why you cannot bypass a crappy lifestyle.   


Some highlights from this episode:

      • What did Freddie do to address toxic mold exposure?
      • How does the body keep score?
      • What is meant by cellular memory?
      • How can we reframe any situation to decrease the body’s stress response?
      • What are some techniques/modalities that Freddie uses every day to be more productive?  


Connect with guest:

Freddie Kimmel is the host of The Beautifully Broken Podcast and consultant to technology companies including AmpCoil and Lightpath LED. He is also certified as a Functional Health Coach, personal trainer, and gut health specialist. Freddie has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, LA talk radio, and Dance Magazine. He is also a proud survivor of metastatic cancer, Lyme, and toxic mold.   Through the Beautifully Broken Podcast and patient advocacy, Freddie educates on the value of wellness technology (think PEMF, Frequency, Pulsed Light, Supplements, Oxygen therapy, and more) to help people empower the body’s natural healing mechanisms. Before becoming a champion for vitality and wellness Freddie performed across the country in Broadway touring productions of Phantom of the Opera, Billy Elliot, and the Broadway-bound Cagney the Musical. Music heals and it continues to be a driving force in the way he helps others. 


Website: www.beautifullybroken.world

Instagram: beautifullybroken.world

Facebook / YouTube: Freddiesetgo 


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All the best,

Dr. Tim Jackson