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Thermography is an adjunctive screening tool that can save and improve your life.

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Ashley AMay 26, 2022So often we eat mindlessly. We stuff food into our mouths while working on the computer, watching TV, or when we’re on the run. The pleasure of eating lies in slowing down and fully experiencing all of the elements of food. I have been practicing sitting down for meals. Before eating I bless my food: “May this food provide me with the nutrients I need to make my body function to its highest potential. Thank you for this food.” It is something short, and sweet. I feel this increases the vibration of the food. I have also been focusing on slowing down when I eat, and chewing my food more. Take some time to explore each of the following during your next meal and notice the difference. Sight: Look at your food and imagine you are a Martian scientist. You just arrived on Earth and have never seen this food before. Look at it carefully without naming it. Can you see the water, the rain and the sunlight within the food? Smell: Bring the food up to your nose. Without naming the scent, experience smelling the food, and then describe what you smell.  Physiological reaction: Now focus on what is going on in your mouth. Begin to notice that saliva is produced, even though you haven’t yet put the food in your mouth. Notice the mind/body phenomenon and how the senses respond to the anticipation of food being eaten Touch: Now explore how the food feels. Without naming the sensation, just experience touching your food. Motion and movement: How is it that your hand knows how to move the food directly to the lips? As you bring the food up to your mouth, notice what happens next. The mouth receives the food. Nothing goes into the mouth without it being received. And who or what is doing the receiving? The tongue. Observe what the tongue does with it. How does it get the food between the teeth? It’s amazing that the tongue is so skilled, and that such a remarkable muscle can actually receive food and then know what to do with it every time. Taste: After becoming aware of the food in your mouth, start biting into it very slowly. Then begin to chew. Notice that the tongue decides which side of the mouth it’s going to chew on. Give all your attention to your mouth and take a few bites. Then stop to experience what’s happening. What is happening is invariably an explosion of taste. Express what’s going on. Be really specific. What is the experience? Is it sweet or sour or juicy? There are hundreds of words to describe the experience of tasting.     Texture: As you continue to chew the tastes change, as does the consistency. At a certain point you will become aware of the texture of the food because the taste has mostly passed. If the texture causes aversion, you may want to swallow it, but try to keep it in your mouth. Swallow: Don’t swallow it yet. Stay with the impatience and the inborn impulse to swallow. Do not swallow until you detect the impulse to do so. And then observe what is involved in getting the food over to the place where it’s going to be swallowed. When you detect the impulse to swallow, follow it down into the stomach, feel your whole body and acknowledge that your body is now exactly one bite heavier. Breath: Next, pause for a moment or two, and see if you can taste your breath in a similar way. Bring the same quality of attention to the breath that you gave to seeing, feeling, smelling and tasting the food. Silence: Be silent. By this point, you understand something of what meditation is. It is doing what we do all the time, except we’re doing it with attention: directed, moment-to-moment, nonjudgmental attention. I did a mindful eating workshop, where I blind folded each person. They picked food with their hand from a bag. They had to use their senses to guess what it was. It is fun to be connected to our food. Make sure you eat slow because when you do, you break down your food better! The main thing is to have fun, learn something and understand yourself better.   [...] Read more...
Ashley AMay 17, 2022Having a gratitude practice can shift your life. When I was growing up, I heard constant complaining, and constant negativity. I never heard the term grateful, or heard the word gratitude.  The more we complain, gossip or discuss negativity, the more we attract this into our lives. We may think that this is helping us feel better, but it normally just makes us feel worse. When we compare ourselves to others, and think in terms of what we lack, then our mood can shift into a downward spiral. When we focus on what we have, and all that is working in our life, our mood shifts upward. For the past few years I have had a gratitude practice, and every morning my 3 year old daughter, and I share what we are grateful for. Even on days when I am not feeling grateful, I still do this practice, and it helps me feel at peace. Finding gratitude is not always easy when we feel stressed, overwhelmed, or anxious. Even though we all know we have so much to be grateful for, our normal human behavior is to focus on what is not working, what we do not have, and what we are lacking. The shift to gratitude takes practice. Gratitude is a trait that is developed over time with consistency. There are so many benefits of practicing gratitude. Some benefits you experience are: Develop more positive emotions Feel more alive and joyful Sleep better Have more compassion and kindness Strong immune system How do we switch our behavior, beliefs, and actions to a state of gratitude? When I was working at a drug and alcohol recovery center, each morning the clients would write ten things they were grateful for. I encouraged them to be specific with their gratitude. For instance, if they wrote I am grateful for my boyfriend, I would ask them to write down why, or to expand on one nice small gesture he did that week. The more we focus on specific experiences that make us feel grateful, the more we deeply feel gratitude. Another option for those that do not want to journal is speaking your gratitude. For two years now, every morning I message one of my friends, and we share for two minutes specific things we are grateful for. I love this practice because I can do it anywhere, anytime, and I have a friend to hold me accountable. Plus I learn so much from listening to her gratitude. It gives me more ideas of things to be grateful for that I did not think of before. I encourage you when you get out of bed in the morning to put your feet on the ground and say “I am blessed.” Take a few minutes to stand or sit and visualize your day and how grateful you are for it. Just to recap, here are some ways you can focus on being grateful each day: Write a gratitude journal Talk and tell a friend each day for two minutes Wake up and say “I am blessed in the morning.” Then think of all the things you are grateful for. I hope you find a gratitude practice that works for you. I  hope you realize that life is not always going to be easy or perfect, but that life is truly a gift that we can be grateful for. [...] Read more...
Ashley AMay 5, 2022The start of my spiritual path began in 2010. I had just moved to New York City. I felt excited, overwhelmed, scared, and lost all at the same time.When I first arrived in NYC, I lived with a good friend of mine. I was in the process of trying to figure out what I wanted to do with my life, how to make money, and what I was interested in. I really wanted to start to get more in touch with who I was. I started questioning more and more about why I was here, and what the purpose of life was. I was not sure of my path or purpose, and I was eager to figure it out. Religion kept coming up for me. I grew up Jewish, but my parents were not religious. I was not really sure what God meant to me, or if I even believed in something higher than myself. My friend I was living with was Christian, and kept telling me to go to church with her. I started going with her. I enjoyed the message, but felt a bit out of place. I felt almost as if I was turning on my Jewish roots.I find it interesting that these beliefs about who I should be and how I grew up, were so deeply embedded in me. I continued to go to church, seeking something greater than myself. There was a Jewish Temple two blocks from where I was staying in midtown, so I decided to check it out. Walking in, I did not realize that this temple was a Chabad Temple. They spoke only in Hebrew, which I did not understand. In this environment, I felt a bit out of place, but I also felt this embodiment of love. I met the Rabbi and his wife, and I started going to their house for Shabbat dinners. I learned all the customs. I asked questions. I witnessed how patient, kind, loving, and present they were with their children and everyone around them. I was yearning for this. I felt like I was getting closer to understanding what God was to me. Some of each religion resonated with me. I enjoyed the tradition each one brought. Yet, I still did not feel completely in touch with a higher power, with God, or with myself. I decided to continue going to Temple and Church to see what could open up for me. Years go by and I move back to Florida. I decided to try yoga again. I had done it in the past, but only purely for exercise. This time I found a studio that taught philosophy,and breathwork too. I started going regularly, and felt a sense of deep relaxation and oneness with everything around me. I started studying yogic philosophy. This resonated with me because I was able to get in touch with myself. I was still yearning to understand how I could connect to God, and how I connect with this higher power. In Yoga training, they touched on Buddhism. I decided to check out some classes at a Budhissim Temple near where I lived. I really enjoyed this message, but knew I did not want to be a monk and have no worldly material possessions. Then on my journey, I crossed paths with Kabbalah. I enjoyed this philosophy as well, because it helped me take responsibility for my own actions, and then shed and spread light on others. All of these different philosophies fascinate me. I appreciate every philosophy and religion now. To me spirituality is not one religion or one specific principle. To me spirituality is having the awareness to know myself, to grow into the best version of myself, and to look within rather than without. All of the things I have learned on my path have helped me see this clearly. Now I put all the principles I have learned together to form a life of deep meaning, and connection with myself and others. At this stage of my life, I have realized that my truth is that everything and everyone are connected. There is something more to this physical world. I can feel it. I get the most in touch with myself when I sit in silence. The greatest ideas come to me then. The path for me was I had to feel lost, to go into a dark place in order to find my own path and truth. Ask yourself, what is your truth? What is spirituality to you? How do you connect with yourself? Dig deep into the depths of your soul, find what that little voice inside is yearning at, and go for it! [...] Read more...
Ashley AJanuary 28, 2016Many patients come for a thermography and do not follow through with their follow up screening. I believe it is mostly due to lack of education. I explain to people how important it is to follow through on your thermogram results even if your anatomical test came back perfect. Below I am explaining it in the shortest version I know how. If we have a thermogram showing risk and all other tests are normal, we have a risk marker for the future. You should return to monitor for 3 reasons: 1) Thermal findings getting worse over time after normal anatomical tests could signal a need for more frequent anatomical testing. The mammo/us/mri were normal but for the past 6 months the thermography is getting worse. The doctor may wish to repeat anatomical tests early given the thermography results. 2) Someone with a high risk thermography could benefit from combination anatomical imaging rather than just mammogram or just ultrasound. 3) If you choose to take action to lower the risk, the thermograpahy can help you know if your actions are effective. Help spread the word about thermography, and its benefits! Want more information? Contact me at 561-703-2022. [...] Read more...
Ashley AJanuary 28, 2016This article is a long one. If you are like me you will not want to sit here and read all of this. You would probably be wondering why I just didn’t do a video on it. Its because this is REALLY GREAT SOLID information. I suggest you reading it so you can educate yourself. In the future, I will make the articles more personal and fun! If there was a technology that could evaluate your risk of developing breast cancer years before it showed physical symptoms, wouldn’t you want to get it done? This type of technology is exactly what medical thermography accomplishes and it’s been around since the 1950’s. Thermography is a safe, comfortable and easy procedure. This risk assessment test can aid in the early detection of breast cancer with absolutely no radiation or compression. Not only is there no harm in getting this test done, but if you see you are at risk, you have the opportunity to change your diet and take other natural steps to reverse the damage. Never heard of thermography? This, unfortunately, is the case for many Americans because it hasn’t been accepted as a mainstream screening tool and many medical practitioners still advise patients against it, despite the ample research supporting it. In this article we will discuss some thermography misconceptions and how you can take charge of your health by scheduling a screening! Misconception #1: Breast Cancer is a genetic disease Five percent of all cancers are genetic and less than 3% of all breast cancers are genetic. The highest risks are related to environment, diet, stress, and lifestyle. There is a field of study called epigenetics which literally means “above” or “on top of” genetics. It refers to the external modifications to DNA which turn genes “on” or “off.” These modifications do not change the DNA sequence, but instead, they affect how cells “read” genes.” This means breast cancer is preventable! It also means that just because your mom or sister had breast cancer does not mean you will have it too. Misconception #2: A normal mammogram means there is no cancer While the mammogram is still valuable for detecting cancer, it is important to know that most breast cancers take 8 to 10 years to develop. That means that while you may have had years of negative mammograms, there may be microscopic cells growing that will need to reach a significant size before they will be detected in your annual screening. When you add thermography to a mammogram you can detect cancer 95% early. This number is a significant difference and can save your life. Miconception # 3 Thermography is a diagnostic tool Thermography is a screening tool. It shows you where the abnormal heat patterns are and evaluates your risk for breast cancer based on those heat patterns. If your thermogram comes back as high risk this does not mean you have breast cancer. The next steps would be to get an adjunctive screening to rule anything out at this time. Then you work on lifestyle changes and natural interventions so that when you come back for your follow up screening, your high risk thermogram has decreased. I have seen many patients who have come back for follow up screenings and lowered their risk for breast cancer through lifestyle changes. I also always recommend for each patient to follow up with their doctor. The most important thing to know is that thermograms give you the early warning signs that can be reversed naturally. The earlier the detection, the easier it is to make changes. Misconception # 5: I need a doctor to refer me for a thermography screening. You do not need a referral from a doctor in order to get a thermography screening. Unfortunately, many doctors do not know about medical thermogrpaphy or the research which supports it. Also many doctors do not deviate from the mainstream screening tools. As we’ve seen time and time again, many natural remedies take decades before they’re accepted into mainstream practice. Misconception #6: Medical Infrared Thermography has no research behind it. Since the 1980’s Thermography has been extensively studied. There are over 800 published peer review articles discussing the benefits of thermography as a screening tool. A 2008 study at the New York Presbyterian Hospital in Cornell, published in the American Journal of Surgery, showed it had 97% sensitivity. The research is accessible to us.   Misconception #7 : Medical Infrared Thermography should replace the mammogram. This is false, and I feel many practitioners do not recommend thermography for this reason. Mammography and thermography are two totally different tools. Mammography is an anatomical test that can evaluate structures in the breast such as a calcification, or a lump. Thermography evaluates the physiological changes occurring in the body, looking at the abnormal heat patterns to track activity that may indicate risks. Studies have shown that when you receive a mammogram, thermography screening, and self breast exam you can catch cancer 98% earlier! The FDA has recognized thermography as an adjunct to mammography. Mammograms and thermograms both have their place. Due to the fact that women can’t receive a mammogram until age 45, thermography is also an excellent tool for younger women. Misconception # 8: Thermography is only a screening of the breasts There are also full body screenings available. The thermal activity can show root causes of allergies, dental pathologies, carotid artery disease, breast cancer, digestive dysfunction, thyroid disease, skin cancers, and musculoskeletal conditions, pain, and circulatory issues. As a thermographer I am constantly educating people on understanding how thermography works, and showing people how to reduce their risk of developing cancer. Thermography is a highly misunderstood medical screening tool. I feel it is my job to educate the public and spread awareness. If someone has a high risk thermogram I help them make nutritional lifestyle changes and send them to the practitioners and therapies that can best help them. Thermography is not intended to diagnose disease but to enhance our ability to help you achieve optimal health. If you would like to schedule a screening please contact me at 561-703-2022. I travel from Jupiter to Miami screening patients, and making an impact on improving the health of others. Additional information is also available on my website [...] Read more...
Ashley AJanuary 27, 2016  One of the best ways to prevent breast cancer is to get a thermography scan and monitor yourself frequently. This is an early detection screening tool! There are many steps we can do to improve our breast health and make sure we always have healthy tatas. Today I am going to focus on GUT health. If you know me, you know I struggled for years with fatigue, and digestive issues. If you know me, you know I was diagnosed with Hashimotos and Epstein Bar. If you know me, you know that I NEVER say I have these things. If you know me, you know I am a seeker, constantly helping myself and my clients. Whether you know me or not, it does not matter. I am here to help you have the BEST BREAST health EVER. I promise you, I have done my research, and have experienced all the things I share with you myself.  Now I want to share my knowledge with you. Did you know that in order to have healthy breasts your gut also needs to be healthy? The first thermography scan I ever had was not the best. However, when I improved my gut health and did a rescan, my thermography was low risk for breast cancer. I can not definitely say that this was the cause or the link but I do believe it was related since this is when I started my gut health adventure. I  LOVE reading health articles. I am the type of person who loves to learn and to teach. Medicinal Food News says “When we are in good health, the population of bacteria that lives in our gut is said to be in balance – the number of “good bacteria” outnumber the number of “bad bacteria”. We feel good; we are able to resist disease and infection because our immune system that is stimulated by intestinal bacteria is functioning well. Beside digestion and absorption, interaction with the body`s immune system is perhaps one of the most important roles that the bacteria that live in our intestines play.” Eighty percent of our entire immune system is in our gut. Think about what happens to our immune system if our food is not being absorbed properly. How healthy can our immune system really be? After years of experimenting I found certain things  that worked best for me to improve my gut health. They worked for me, so I believe they can work for you too. Whether you have gut issues or not, everyone should be doing these things.  These are some things I suggest you start doing today to help with your gut health: STEP 1: REMOVE the major food allergens from your diet. These are gluten, dairy, soy, peanuts, and corn. If you know you have leaky gut then remove all grains too. Leaky gut is when undigested food particles slip through the gut lining and pass directly into the bloodstream. Many people have leaky gut and do not even know it. It normally happens due to lifestyle factors which include stress, poor diet and bacterial overgrowth. STEP 2: Add in a quality probiotic supplement– I like Prescript- Assist because it is a soil based probiotic. I get mine on Amazon. It really depends on where you are with your gut health in order to determine which one to get. If you schedule a consult with me I can recommend one based on your specific needs. STEP 3: Make Bone Broth. Bone broth contains gelatin –most people think gelatin is nasty. I used to be one of those people when I was a vegetarian. Now I can not get enough bone broth. I have a big pot sitting in my fridge that I made in my crock pot last night. Everyone likes a different recipe. My favorite is putting some grass fed bones in a crock pot with filtered water, a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar, ginger powder, and himalayan sea salt. After 20 hours, BAM– it is done. I make other soups with the broth, or just sip it plain. This is the PURE beauty of bone broth! They even have walk up counters in Melbourne Australia, and New York City where you can go get bone broth. I have been to both. Instead of drinking coffee, you can be healing your gut with bone broth! This amazing broth is going to help patch up your gut lining, sort to speak. Plus its packed with great amino acids that you can not find in other products! If you make it, and you hate it by itself add it as a base to another soup. If you still do not like it I do not know what to  tell you besides to eat it anyway! Step 4: Add Fermented Veggies into your life. First make sure you do not have candida or SIBO. If so, fix those issues first  then add fermented veggies in. I had horrible candida and realized fermented foods were harming me, rather then helping. I know your probably thinking that nutrition is so confusing! Well your right, it can be! This is why it is important to go to a professional source to seek out help.  Now I am in the process of cleaning up my candida so I can add in fermented foods. I will be writing about my candida cleanse next. I am in month two of it! If you have candida you can follow the protocol I am doing and clean up yours too! Healing your gut takes time but you can do it! If I did it, I know you can too! Remember this is one step towards improving your thermography scan and having healthy tatas for life! If you need support or hands on nutrition advice contact me at 561-703-2022. We can have a 15 minute talk to see if working together is the best fit for both of us. -Written BY Ashley Ageloff: Owner of Your Limitless Health LLC [...] Read more...