Most Americans are not familiar with the principles of Ayurvedic medicine. Despite its thousands of years of tradition, it seems exotic and possibly irrelevant for today.
How Ayurvedic Medicine Principles Can Be Integrated into Neurology:
Learn how a neurologist re-discovered the importance of Ayurvedic approaches when she found that her own migraines did not respond to the medications she prescribed for her patients. This experience convinced her to start incorporating principles from Ayurvedic medicine into treating her own patients.
She was pleased that this integration worked so well that she treated patients with multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and migraine headaches with a combination of dietary adjustment, behavioral change and stress management along with medication. Learn how she found a way to combine this ancient tradition with the modern concept of personalized treatment. In the process, you’ll discover why the Ayurvedic proverb, “What you eat becomes your mind,” should be taken seriously by 21st century Americans.
The Prime tea Dr. Chaudhary describes is made of cumin, coriander and fennel seeds. Tasty! Could it be your first step to spontaneous weight loss?
This Week’s Guest:
Kulreet Chaudhary, MD, is an integrative neurologist, with combined expertise in modern neurology and ancient Ayurveda. She is the former director of Wellspring Health at Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla, CA, and the co-founder of Habit Change. She is currently chief medical officer for New Practices, Inc.
Dr. Chaudhary has been an investigator in more than 20 clinical research studies of conditions including Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis, ALS, Parkinson’s disease and diabetic peripheral neuropathy.
Her book is The Prime: Prepare and Repair Your Body for Spontaneous Weight Loss. Her website is http://drkulreetchaudhary.com
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