#28 – Heavenly Health with Dr. Nirvana

Written by The Natural High

In this episode of The Natural High Club I have the great pleasure of speaking to Dr. Nirvana Tehranian who’s a licensed and board certified naturopathic doctor. Naturopathy uses natural treatments to help the body heal itself. 

This has been one of my most interesting chats because I not only feel as if I had a great consultation about my own health but there’s so much for you to unwrap in here too.

I get answers to questions such as whether coffee is bad for you. I also get Dr. Nirvana’s perspective on the pros and cons of fasting, bringing your child up as a vegetarian, the power of placebo and so much more. I find that there is so much information out there about health and nutrition that it’s difficult to separate the wheat from the chaff. So in speaking to Dr. Nirvana I had a well-informed curator to give me her take on the dos and do nots of health and nutrition.

What I learned was that one man’s poison is another man’s cure. Until we understand the specifics of our own composition we can’t possibly prescribe ourselves with the optimum lifestyle. So we deep dive into the importance of blood type and the power of natural remedies, which Dr. Nirvana believes are every bit as potent and effective as the more commonly used pharmaceutical drugs, in no small part because many to most of these new drugs on the market are of course derived from the natural versions anyway.

We are sometimes quick to take a paracetamol or another drug to treat our symptoms. But Dr. Nirvana looks at the root cause of these symptoms to see if we can’t restore our balance with more natural means.

It’s a fascinating conversation and I found it to be an extremely well spent 40 minutes or so. So sit back and enjoy my conversation with the excellent Dr.Nirvana. And you can find out more by browsing her website Dr.Nirvana.com.

Enjoy the show.
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