BiographyDr. Holder attended Seattle University, earning his degree in biology with a minor in chemistry. Upon graduating he conducted research on HLA genetics in Type I Diabetes Mellitus at Pacific Northwest Research Institute.
He went on to receive a doctorate in Natural Medicine and masters in Acupuncture from Bastyr University.
Dr. Holder spent several years developing a successful practice in Seattle, WA where he was named a Seattle Metropolitan Magazine 2010 top doctor.More about Chris Holder
Interview SummaryA naturopath at Hillpark Medical Centre, with a Doctorate in Natural Medicine, and a Masters in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Chris Holder talks about the strong links between the environment in which we live, and the spread of cancer.
With a background in genetics, Chris has a deep interest in examining the root causes of cancer and looking at possible damage to DNA. Some of the factors of risk that he mentions are plastics, pesticides, herbicides and the presence of many of these in our drinking water. He discusses the role of stress and sleep patterns and takes a close look at the links between hormone replacement and breast cancer.
In striving to identify and pinpoint risk areas, he explains how we can mitigate these risks through water filtration, diet and nutrition, stress management and more, and shares practical tips and ideas that are easy to implement in our day-to-day life.
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