Ayurveda is more than just medicine, it’s a way of life. In many cases, our modern-day lifestyles aren’t conducive to such practices. Here’s how to apply these principles, identify your dosha, and shape your life for the better.
Dr. Robert Graham
Robert E. Graham, MD, MPH, is a Harvard-trained physician, board certified in Internal and Integrative Medicine, and trained chef. Dr. Graham received his medical degree from the School of Medicine at Stony Brook University Medical Center and completed his residency in Internal Medicine at Lenox Hill Hospital. He earned a Masters of Public Health from the Harvard School of Public Health while completing three fellowships in General Internal Medicine, Complementary and Integrative Medical Therapies and Medical Education at Harvard Medical School. One of less than 20 doctor/chefs worldwide, he obtained his culinary degree from the Natural Gourmet Institute.
A leader in the field of Integrative Medicine, Dr. Graham has prescribed “food as medicine” for over 15 years,. He has taught over 500 healthcare workers how to cook, created the first edible rooftop garden on a hospital in NYC and is the founder of FRESH Medicine, an integrative health and wellness center in NYC. FRESH is an acronym for five ingredients for health: Food, Relaxation, Exercise, Sleep and Happiness. In 2019, Dr. Graham launched an online school called FRESHMEDU with his wife, Julie.
If you’re like most people, you know your greatest intentions of “trying again this year” usually fail. So why not try a new approach? Here’s a fresh perspective from Fresh Med U’s Dr. Robert Graham.
When the seasons change, we change – or at least we *should* change. In this article, we focus on the practice of Ayurveda and explore how our lifestyles are modifiable if we adopt an understanding of lifestyle as medicine.
Taking care of oneself, mind, body and spirit, is the true foundation of good health and well-being. Read on to find out why a holistic approach – a FRESH approach – to health matters.