If you are like most Americans, you’ve never given Ayurvedic medicine a second thought as an option for your own health. Possibly you’ve never heard of it, but even if you’ve heard the term, it probably sounded strange and exotic.
How Could Ayurvedic Medicine Be Relevant Today?
Dr. Kulreet Chaudhary trained in modern medicine and specialized in neurology. The Ayurvedic principles of her heritage were not uppermost in her mind, to say the least. But when she found that her own migraines did not respond to the medications she prescribed for her patients, her mother convinced her to see an Ayurvedic practitioner. Within a few months of following his advice, she became headache free.
This experience convinced her to start incorporating principles from Ayurvedic medicine into treating her own patients.
Ayurvedic Principles Benefit Body and Mind:
Find out why this integration works so well that she treats patients with multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and migraine headaches with a combination of dietary adjustment, behavioral change and stress management along with medication. Even more intriguing, many of her patients reported that they lost weight without struggle. It just came off spontaneously.
Learn how this ancient tradition relies on personalized treatment and discover how you could benefit from following the recommendations that are right for you by listening to the CD and reading the book. The combination offer is priced at a 15% discount from buying the book and CD separately.
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 is a neuroscientist who has participated as 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.