Feb 16, 2022
Alison Gannett was diagnosed with terminal malignant brain cancer in 2013, and given 6.8 months to live, even with surgery, chemo and radiation. After a partially successful surgery, she found Dr. Nasha Winters, and was thrilled to hear that she could “live a long happy life and die of old age”. Dr. Nasha outlined a non-toxic treatment program that was tailored to her tumor pathology testing, as well as radical changes to her diet and lifestyle. Nutritional needs were designed around her DNA and monthly blood chemistry lab tests. Testing also revealed a Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, Lyme Disease, Epstein Barr Virus, Parasites, a hormone imbalance, vitamin deficiencies, heavy metals, toxins, radon, high blood sugars and much more. Alison loved the “test don’t guess” model of optimizing her health. She was so thrilled with the results, that she decided to dedicate her life to paying it forward and helping others.
Alison currently specializes in personalized nutrition and lifestyle coaching – adjunct support to prevent, manage, or conquer cancer using DNA, blood chemistry, health history and molecular tumor pathology. She is a keynote speaker around the globe on the topic of overcoming her terminal cancer and how others can reverse or prevent the root causes of the cancering process.
Alison is the Founder and Director of Alison’s Gannett’s Personalized Oncology Nutrition, an instructor/mentor for Dr. Nasha Winter’s TAP Program, Founder and Coach of The Personalized Nutrition Training Course, graduate of Nutrition Network’s (NN) Professional Training in LCHF/Ketogenic Nutrition & Treatment and Ethics Programs, graduate of Dr. Nasha Winter’s Coaching for Life/Integrative Cancer Advocate, ally of the Integrative Cancer Advocacy Network (ICAN), graduate of The American Nutrition Association’s Advanced Ketogenic Nutrition Specialist. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with Honors, and a BS from University of Vermont. She also frequently consults on customized nutrition/lifestyle for clients of Dr. Kirsten West, Dr. Jade Robbins, Dr Erin Singh, Dr. Mark Hancock, Dr. Melanie Gisler, Dr. Ronald Matthias, Dr. Chris Duhon, and many more.