“Cancer” is a word that should never be uttered in the same sentence with the word “child.” But it is, and with increasing frequency. In 2018, it is estimated that 16,000 kids will be diagnosed with cancer. Today’s episode is about how to best help these children through cancer treatment. Season Johnson’s son, Kicker, was diagnosed with leukemia as a little boy, and Season supported him through his chemotherapy regimen with a combination of nutrient-dense foods and detoxification protocols. She observed the benefits he experienced and now she is on a mission to support and educate parents whose children have also been diagnosed with cancer.
Season, a nutritional therapy practitioner, is the founder of KICK cancER, an organization that educates and empowers parents to shore up their children’s health with dietary advice–emphasizing real, whole foods–and methods to support the health and quality of life of their children.
Highlights from the conversation include:
- her son’s diagnosis and the shock and guilt that followed
- how nutritional support kept him strong and healthy & inspired her to start the KICK cancER movement
- how statistics show a big correlation between radiation or electromagnetic frequencies exposure and blood cancers in general
- how it is estimated that almost 16,000 kids between 0 to 19 years will be diagnosed with cancer in 2018 and the numbers continue to rise
- how Kick Cancer offers support to families going either through conventional or natural treatment
- how these practices help improve the quality of life of children with cancer
- how Season’s son’s bloodwork compared favorably to a healthy child’s because of the food and detox protocols she was following
- how the KICK cancER movement holds yearly retreats for families
- principles of the Kick Cancer Movement
- the emphasis on nutrition and diet—serving nutrient-dense foods like eggs, raw cheese, ferments like sauerkraut & kefir, cooked veggies, etc.
- how to do a twist on the child’s favorite meals to make them healthier
- what detoxification protocols look like—essential oils, castor oil packs, etc.
- why detoxing is important
- how detoxing is gentle and simple and pushes out the treatment chemicals and tumor waste (the dead cancer cells that remain after treatment)