THE MORNING SHOW
Dr. Lisa Raskin
Ayurveda Practitioner & Holistic Chiropractor
Dr. Raskin, is a Chiropractor and one of a handful of practitioners worldwide personally trained by Vaidya Mishra in SVA. She utilizes these traditional methods and many others in her toolbox, to dig deeply into the root causes of health issues. Then she uses specialized pristine herbal remedies that repair and open the channels, and then gently detox which allows her clients to comfortably rebuild their health over time.
Dr. Raskin is an Ayurveda Practitioner and Chiropractic Physician. She utilizes Ayurvedic Pulse Diagnosis, Applied Kinesiology and traditional labwork to determine imbalances and then creates a comprehensive plan designed to gently bring her clients back to health. Her goal is to empower her patients to become healthier than they have ever been, on all levels.
Dr. Raskin began studying Ayurveda in 1985, and ran a research project on Ayurvedic Herbs at Stanford Research Institute. Her undergraduate work was in chemistry and biochemistry at the University of Texas at Austin where she was Phi Beta Kappa. Since graduating from Parker College of Chiropractic in 1995, Dr. Raskin has studied extensively in the fields of Functional Endocrinology, Functional Blood Chemistry, and Autoimmune Conditions.
-Understanding the 3 body types: Kapha, Pitta, Vata
-Chia seeds and hemp seeds clog up the liver; who would have known?
-Do it right and do it slowly; the way to use turmeric is with great intelligence; it must be taken cooked with a mixture of spices, food and ghee
-The benefits of going to bed between 6-10PM especially to regenerate the liver
-Why Dr. Raskin warns against eating leftovers and raw spices
-How to figure out which spices to mix together; get out your pencils as she shares her recipes
-A special ghee you can make yourself and you won’t gain weight
-Using limes when lemons are too acidic for your body type
-The case against isolated nutrients
-Keeping your eyes healthy through Ayurveda
-Foods that create balance and which foods to avoid
-Reversing cataracts; Dr. Raskin warns against using castor oil
-Dr. Raskin recommends using coconut oil ONLY if you’re living on the equator
and so much more!!
dr lisa raskin on ayurveda healing and diet, april 2, 2015
April 3, 2015 @ 2:03 pm Trevor
“Chia seeds and hemp seeds clog up the liver; who would have known?”
Grind them if you’re worried; don’t throw out seeds as a food group.
“Dr. Raskin recommends using coconut oil ONLY if you’re living on the equator”.
There is no scientific evidence for this unreferenced statement by a single individual. It is like saying saturated fats will clog your arteries because they are solid at room temperature in the temperate zone. News for Dr Raskin: our bodies run at a constant 37ºC: way above the tropical mean minimum of 18ºC.
KONSTANTIN Monastyrsky is a valued guest whom you never invited back. He scientifically researches his work, unlike Dr Raskin who voices bland platitudes based on ancient Indian beliefs.
April 12, 2015 @ 8:34 am Dr. Lisa Raskin
Oh my…I meant to say that coconut oil is a good oil to use if you are living in a very hot climate….where the coconuts come from. It is NOT the only oil to use down there……
April 5, 2015 @ 2:30 pm Jason
Phenomenal show!! Thank you Dr Raskin for all the valuable information
April 12, 2015 @ 8:35 am Dr. Lisa Raskin
Thank you so much!
April 7, 2015 @ 9:30 am Stella
My life is changed. I threw away all my chia and hemp seeds and wont be sprinkling any cumin or turmeric on my foods anymore. THis is the best show I have ever listened to in my entire life. Truly amazing. Thank you for Dr. Lisa she is awesome. No more pumpkins or coconut oil.
April 12, 2015 @ 8:35 am Dr. Lisa Raskin
I am so glad that you did those things! And humbled by your positive comments…
April 11, 2015 @ 12:00 am RadioGuGu
:) Fabulous show! Patrick, please, meet Dr Lisa again soon! :)
We Are keeping the coconut oil!!! Now, we know better when, how, how much to use it, and will NOT remove it from the bathroom or bedroom either!!! :D So, so Many people on the planet are ‘heated up’ and still might benefit from this information, if (as always) use it with reason & discernment.
Pumpkin seeds stay too! :) Of course, these were not meant to be eaten by the cups, every day or so (as some people do substituting for other foods in a recipe), but when in season(!), and in normal/reasonable, or just small amounts, and ‘on time’ during the day(!!!) :)
Dr Mishra’s site has some more great information too!
Thank you, Patrick!!! :D