Are you familiar with the Underground Wellness Podcast? It’s currently the top ranking health podcast on iTunes.
It’s a good podcast and I like it a lot! Functional medicine doctors, like Dr. Terry Wahls, have been guests on the Underground Wellness podcast. Also, Dr. Martin Blaser, author of “Missing Microbes: How the Overuse of Antibiotics Is Fueling Our Modern Plagues” was on it recently. All sorts of flox-related issues are discussed on the Underground Wellness podcast – microbiome stuff, mitochondrial health issues, vitamin and mineral deficiencies, chronic illness causes and solutions, etc. Unfortunately, fluoroquinolone toxicity hasn’t specifically been a topic on the Underground Wellness podcast yet.
The Underground Wellness podcast also has some entrepreneurship and self-help episodes. Recently, the Underground Wellness host, Sean Croxton, announced a scholarship opportunity to send someone through a program called B-school. You can read about the program and the scholarship opportunity HERE. I would love to attend B-school so that I can learn how to increase the impact of Floxie Hope, reach more people and gain more visibility. Part of the opportunity involved with B-school is the networking–wouldn’t it be nice for someone as influential as Sean Croxton (the Underground Wellness podcast has thousands of listeners and millions of downloads) to hear about fluoroquinolone toxicity? It would be really, really, really nice for him to do a podcast about fluoroquinolone toxicity someday!
My good news / bad news is that I didn’t win the B-school scholarship (and the $2,000 price-tag is a bit out of my reach). BUT Sean Croxton did watch my entry video and said, “Thanks, Lisa! We need to get the word out about this. Loved your vid. Stay tuned!” So… maybe next year. And, of course, I’m going to work throughout this year to keep getting the word out about fluoroquinolone toxicity. You never know, maybe this video will open Sean’s ears to hearing more about FQ toxicity in the future.
Here’s my video.
Yes, I was nervous. No, I don’t know why. Anyhow… keep spreading the word, friends!