Is it possible that a western trained brain doctor could stumble into a spontaneous weight loss program while creating a traditional treatment plan for greater brain health for her patients?
Dr Kulreet Chaudhary is a widely acclaimed integrative neurologist who found herself on the ‘patient end’ of the medical system as a young doctor. Having experienced this view of modern medicine, Dr Kulreet went back to her family roots in Ayurvedic medicine (traditional medicine from India) to find her healing.
She has since devoted her practice to integrating traditional Ayurvedic medicine with her background in neurology.
In this fun interview, we explore similarities between traditional Indian medicine and Chinese medicine with a particular focus on the role the mouth plays in creating optimal whole body health.
What struck me during the interview was Dr Chaudhary’s perspective that modern medicine has lost its heart (and how she has succeeded in bringing heart centeredness into her medical practice).
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