Teri Cochrane, founder of the Global Sustainable Health Institute®, is an international thought leader in longevity and maximizing human potential. Teri has developed The Cochrane Method®, a future-facing, multisystem wellness model that examines the intersection of genetic tendencies, energy, and her clients’ current state of health. Teri specializes in solutions to complex health conditions and serves world class athletes.
A dedicated advisor, speaker and educator, Teri’s partnerships include Singularity University, Maverick1000, Renaissance Weekends, and the DaVinci50 longevity alliance. She has been featured in the Washington Post, and has been a repeat guest on the Emmy winning Dr. Partha Nandi shows. She is regularly featured on the podcasts and summits of the nation's top health entrepreneurs, including Dave Asprey’s Bulletproof Radio and Ben Greenfield Fitness. A pioneer of high-frequency and intentional living, Teri is the author of the Amazon best-selling new release book, The Wildatarian Diet: Living As Nature Intended.
3:31 How a difficult pregnancy took Teri from a successful career in real estate to a life devoted to health and wellness.
9:52 Teri's work as a medical medium—a capacity she discovered in childhood and cultivated after an acute illness later in life.
14:06 How Teri uses applied kinesiology in her work with clients.
19:28 Teri's unique methodology of checks and balances, utilizing both applied kinesiology and genetic testing.
22:52 A deep dive into Teri's "Wildatarian Diet" — a way to "eat to your genetic blueprint and current state of health."
34:00 Teri's thoughts on degrees of risk when choosing grades and quality of meat.
37:01 The problematic relationship between the amyloid burden, biofilm burden, and oxalates.
39:29 How The Cochrane Method addresses elements of diet and nutrition that are missing from modern medical approaches and training.
44:38 On being diligent to lowering the body's burden to optimize its immunological response.
47:39 Key takeaways on food consumption do's and don'ts.