Food and Detox: Dietary Do’s and Don’ts to help your body become a Detox Powerhouse.
While our bodies are built to detox, we sometimes need some extra help. Exposure to toxins, increased stress, poor sleep, poor diet, etc. all can contribute to slowing down our detox mechanism. In this webinar, Dr McDonnell does a deep dive into diet to discuss both specific foods that positively impact our ability to detox and those that impair the process.
Dr. Penelope McDonnell graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and the Columbia School of Business and worked on Wall Street for many years. After taking time off to start a family, she decided to switch careers to become a naturopathic doctor. She attended the University of Bridgeport School of Naturopathic Medicine in Connecticut, a leading accredited university that offers a four-year program in science-based natural medicine. Dr. McDonnell focuses on prevention as the primary strategy for maintaining health. Her treatment plans generally include a combination of natural medicines and specific lifestyle changes designed to bring balance to every system of the body. Dr. McDonnell is particularly interested in treating challenging health concerns such as cancer coping and recovery support, lifestyle nutrition planning, women’s health such as hormonal imbalance, fertility, and menopause, as well as SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth). To learn more, visit Dr. McDonnell’s website.
Sharp Again Naturally is pleased to offer our “Better Food = Better Detox” webinar in collaboration with the Katonah Study Group (KSG). The group was established in 1999 with the aim of the to bring together conventional health professionals and holistic medicine practitioners to explore ways to enhance well-being and health. KSG offers monthly webinars from September through June. Learn more and subscribe at https://katonahstudygroup.org/