Teri Cochrane is an internationally known integrative practitioner and thought leader in personalized health care and longevity. She was a risk manager by trade, and soon became a risk manager for her children’s health. She’s developed her own methodology, “The Cochrane Method”, which integrates a multi-level nutritional approach including biochemistry, nutrition, genetic tendencies, or biology, and counseling to develop personalized plans for her clients.
Teri’s children are her greatest teachers. Their health conditions led her to seek solutions to their health crises. They both recovered from life-threatening illnesses when she discerned the root cause of their imbalances, changing the way they ate to support their unique genetic blueprint.
Today, her son is a happy and healthy 23-year-old young man who no longer suffers from asthma, eczema, or failure to thrive. He is a Junior Olympic Karate gold medalist, a talented musician, and a singer, and went to a top university on a full academic scholarship. While her daughter is now thriving at a top university, excelling in music, dance, and international policy.
In This Episode
- Learn “The Cochrane Method”
- Know more about how Teri overcame her children’s health challenges
- How people become empowered and informed through education
- The benefits of 45-day reboot to eating to your genetic blueprint
“Our body is giving us a really deep and true signal – do something else, look at it differently.” [6:05]
“Our food supply has betrayed us because of the way that we have treated the food.” [19:36]
“I’m going to always have that as an opinion. And it’s part of my kind of being my cup, my constellation of all sorts of information by which I will make an informed decision.” [25:19]
“The first thing is to start reading your food labels. I say if you can’t read it, don’t eat it.” [25:52]
“I really think that information is power and I also say that fear paralyzes the truth.” [27:03]
“Let’s get informed. Let’s start doing our research. Let’s not be swayed by fancy marketing or a fear-mongering and there is hope, there’s hope.” [28:53]