Ask Katherine: How close together (days apart) can my BioClear appointments be?

I recommend a minimum of a week between appointments for the clearings to hold. Let me explain… whatever is cleared will not be cleared as thoroughly without time, because your body needs time to adjust.

BioClear is a frequency-based clearing and everything gets moved around to realign to a state of balance.

Come back and we’ll do another scan to see where your sensitivities are now. It took your body a long time to get to where it is; it’s going to take time to clear sensitivities and rebalance.

Katherine Sale, MSW, MAc, LAc, CNC
Katherine is a Licensed, Board-Certified Acupuncturist, a Holistic Healthcare Practitioner, an Integrative Energy Therapies Provider, and an Advanced BioClear Practitioner.

Carol HeckmanAsk Carol: My dad was diagnosed with cancer and is undergoing chemotherapy. What can we do to support his health, and minimize some of the side effects without interfering with the chemo?

This is a great question. My background is in Oncology, so I completely understand what your family member will be going through during his treatment plan: physically, mentally, emotionally. I have many clients that I’ve worked with at this stage, and then as they finish treatment and are healing.

A good, integrative wellness plan at this time can make a difference in helping clients feel their best during treatment, heal well after treatment, and stay healthy.

Every person and situation is different, but I do recommend that food choices become real, clean food, meaning organic and non-GMO foods and eliminating processed foods.

A second recommendation I make is to have clients cut out sugars. Research indicates that sugars can stimulate cancer cell growth. Processed sugar and added sugar have crept into many of our foods and condiments, so moving off these items is key.

A final recommendation is to add in more veggies, of all colors and varieties. These are nutrient-packed sources for the immune system, energy, and healing support.

One way to get a lot of vegetables in, without eating all day, is to juice them and take in small amounts of the juice at a time during the day.

During cancer drug treatments, there are many changes to the body; I work closely with these clients, too, to help them navigate eating well.

Carol Heckman, RN, CNHP, MH, CNC
Carol is a Registered Nurse, as well as a Certified Natural Health Practitioner, a Master Herbalist, and a Certified Nutritional Consultant.