The KICKcancER Movement​ with Season Johnson


We interviewed Season Johnson FMTP about the KICKcancER movement and using real food, real health and real life before and during pediatric cancer treatment.​ You can watch the replay below. Please note that you will be asked to provide your email address to continue viewing this video at the 30-minute mark.

In This Interview

Listen in to this inspiring and insightful conversation to hear about Season’s five pillars for thriving with cancer, which are:

About Season Johnson

Season Johnson is a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Founder of The KICKcancER Movement, and a cancer momma who went from having one child with cancer to having thousands all over the world.

After her son was diagnosed with cancer at the age of two, she went through a 3.5 year cancer battle that included daily chemotherapy and hundreds of surgeries.

This propelled her with an unstoppable mission to help others thrive through a cancer diagnosis using real food, supplementation, detoxification, and cleaning up their environment.

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She has received the coveted Weston A. Price Foundation Activist Award and the Children’s Health Advocate Award from the Nutritional Therapy Association for her work with pediatric cancer. And in 2019, she received the doTERRA Elevation Award for her dedication to helping families thrive through a cancer diagnosis through her non-profit.

She has had the privilege of being the Health and Wellness Expert for the Oscars and have partnered with the San Fransisco 49’ers, Atlanta Braves, and Washington Nationals in teaching them how to implement natural solutions into their healing protocol.

Through private nutrition coaching, online programs, speaking engagements, and a podcast, she continues to educate and empower others on how they can easily use real food and healthy living principals to achieve lifelong, vibrant health and thrive through a cancer diagnosis. You can find out more about her work at her websites, and


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