Cannabis Industry & Uses, Breast Implant Illness and Managing Toxic Load with Jacqueline Carly

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**Please note: Jac is based in the USA, which means that all of the legalities discussed on the podcast are the current laws as of time of publishing in September 2018 and are not necessarily the same here in Canada, particularly regarding cannabis.  Additionally, the laws are regularly changing.  Please check this website from the Government of Canada for up to date info about Canadian cannabis laws and do your own research.**  

I’m honoured to bring you the most jam-packed episode of the Room to Grow Podcast to date with Jacqueline Carly of GetPlanty and Maria & Jane, and we’re hitting some BIG topics that you aren’t going to want to miss!

Jacqueline Carly is a health, wellness and food nerd. She’s been passionately coaching women to reach their health and wellness goals since 1999 and has loved every minute of it. As a mom, business woman and competitive athlete, she understands the constant competing needs women juggle and how difficult it can be to take care of themselves.

Led by her personal journey to heal her own health struggles (hormone imbalances, eating disorder, GI dysfunction, skin issues, etc), working with hundreds of women, and her incessant research, Jacqueline developed an accessible, sustainable, enjoyable (and effective!) approach to helping women optimize their health—with plant-centric lifestyle being the biggest dial mover. Jacqueline is the founder of GetPlanty Health & Nutrition and Maria & Jane, a media company dedicated to inspire and inform women in (or interested in) the rapidly growing cannabis business landscape.

Jac was incredibly open and honest in this interview, sharing some topics very close to her heart that she’s been dealing with personally, and she came prepared with statistics and info that will blow you away.

After this episode, you’re going to be paying more attention to the growing and rapidly shifting cannabis industry, the potential dangers of Breast Implant Illness, and how our bodies are being overloaded with toxins in our everyday life.

One of the biggest takeaways from this episode is to be an advocate for your own health.  No one is ever going to know your body as well as you do, and ultimately only you can figure out what’s working and what isn’t.

Some other topics covered:

  • Breaking down common misconceptions and stigma around cannabis
  • The effect of cannabis (and its’ various forms) within the body, including the endocannabinoid system
  • Disparities in race/ethnicities when it comes to the cannabis industry
  • The potential effects of Breast Implant Illness and some of the issues to research if you are either considering getting implants, or have them already and are looking to gain more information
  • Making vegetables fun again
  • 7 specific, simple ways to shift your nutrition and lifestyle to reduce your toxic load by significant amounts
  • The Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen

There is such an enormous amount covered in this episode that Jac wanted to make sure that I passed along her info, and encourages anyone with any questions whatsoever to please reach out to her directly and she would love to assist you.  Her email is Jac@getplanty.com

 

Find Jac @ GetPlanty:

GetPlanty.com

Instagram: @jaccarly

Twitter @JacCarly

Facebook @ Get Plenty

Email Jac: Jac@getplanty.com

 

Find Jac @ Maria & Jane: 

MariaandJane.com

Instagram @MariaAndJane

Twitter @MariaAndJane

Facebook @ Maria And Jane

Email: hi@MariaAndJane.com

 

REFERENCES

Breast Implant Illness and Healing by Nicole Facebook Group (50k members at time of publishing)

The Detox Market

EWG.org (Environmental Working Group)

 

DON’T MISS….

Want to talk more?  The Room to Grow Podcast Facebook group is a judgement-free safe space to open up, and I’d love to welcome you in with the other amazing women in the group.  It’s a great place to go for a little extra support, and I’m going to be talking about anxiety and mental health more often in there.  See you over there!

And, if you can take a screenshot of this episode and tag me over on Instagram @emilygoughcoach I would absolutely love to connect with you and thank you for listening in real life!  It makes me day to see you listening to the podcast and fills me up with pure joy. Seriously.  See you on the ‘gram!

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