Teri Cochrane


“This is beyond just ourselves. We’ve got to look at how we step up to be a citizen of the planet with our food dollars.”

Guest Bio:

Teri Cochrane is an international thought leader in sustainable health and longevity. She is the founder of The Global Sustainable Health Institute and has developed “The Cochrane Method” which integrates a multi-level, metabolic health modality. Teri specializes in complex health conditions, also maximizing the human potential in professional athletes, and Olympic hopefuls.

Teri has a private clinical practice in the metro Washington DC area.

She launched her bestselling book in 2018 – The Wildatarian Diet – Living as Nature Intended.

Teri received her Bachelor of Science from the University of Florida with an advanced degree from Huntington School of Health Sciences. Teri believes longevity starts in the womb.

Episode Summary:

Did you know the very food that is supposed to heal you, and is considered healthy, might actually be killing you? Teri has transformed the lives of people on the brink of their death bed just by understanding how the changes in our macrobiome affect our microbiome. Teri shares some light on what foods you should avoid if you are currently struggling with your health, and what to do to make your situation better.

Part 1 with Teri Cochrane

Title: How to Eat as Nature Intended — Teri Cochrane

Subtitle: Here’s how to truly listen to your body for a younger and healthier life.

Key Takeaways:

  • How did Teri get into sustainable health medicine?
  • It’s not only about getting healthy but also staying healthy.
  • How can we best live as ‘nature intended’?
  • What is an amyloid protein?
  • Teri dives into what the Wildatarian Diet is and how it’s different from other diets out there.
  • For one of Teri’s patients, who was on his deathbed and could not move, his diet of chicken and broccoli was actually killing him.
  • The toxins in our foods can confuse our bodies on so many levels that it ends up having a reverse effect of killing us instead of healing us.
  • Fats are highly important to the optimization and function of our bodies. If we can’t process fats, we’re screwed!
  • Stress can block our ability to process fats effectively.
  • What are some of the signs your body is not breaking down fat correctly?
  • Peanut butter is the devil on steroids. That’s a fat you need to take out of your diet if you’re having these issues!
  • If you need to get your stomach used to small doses of fat, butter is a great starting point. Teri explains why.
  • Listen to your body and also understand the kinds of genes you have and what you can not naturally process.
  • Knowing your genetic tendencies is key to finding optimal health.
  • We vote with our food dollars. It’s time we stand up and take care of our planet.

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“60% of our brain is made up of fats and if we can’t break down fats, we’re screwed!”

“In growing younger, one of the great important pieces of that is our body’s ability to assimilate these fats.”

“How do we break down fats? Guess what! Sea salt. A little sea salt, which is mineralized, can be an emulsifier.”

“This is beyond just ourselves. We’ve got to look at how we step up to be a citizen of the planet with our food dollars.”