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Marianne Teitelbaum, D.C. ~ Healing the Thyroid with Ayurveda

Thursday, May 2, 2019
6:30pm to 8:00pm

Banyen Books & Sound
3608 West 4th Ave.


We, as holistic practitioners and mainstream doctors, are doing it all wrong. We are treating the symptoms of thyroid disease with pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals and getting nowhere. Geared towards practitioners and those concerned with thyroid health, Marianne Teitelbaum, D.C., integrates ancient protocols from the 5000-year-old tradition of Ayurveda with modern scientific findings to address the growing epidemic of thyroid disease.

Teitelbaum will reveal:

  • The basic principles of Ayurveda, tools for early detection, and explain the successful treatment protocols she has developed over more than 30 years of Ayurvedic practice.
  • How the thyroid is the victim of many factors that conspire to create ill health
  • The underlying reasons for thyroid malfunction and thyroid related conditions such as Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism.
  • The thyroid’s relationship with the total body including the liver and gall bladder
  • Treatments and remedies for common symptoms of thyroid disease such as insomnia, depression, fatigue, and osteoporosis, as well as for luxurious hair growth and weight loss.
“This excellent work is a practical guide for both practitioners and readers, helping to reveal the natural way of balancing the thyroid function. I strongly recommend this book to all readers, practitioners, and students of the healing sciences.”

~ Vasant Lad, BAM&S, MASc, author of Ayurveda: The Science of Self-Healing

Marianne Teitelbaum, D.C., graduated summa cum laude from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1984. She has studied with several Ayurvedic doctors, including Stuart Rothenberg, M.D., and Vaidya Rama Kant Mishra. The recipient of the Prana Ayushudi Award in 2013, she lectures and writes extensively about Ayurvedic treatments for all diseases. She has a thriving private practice and lives outside of Philadelphia.

Photo Credit: Sameer A. Kahn