Dr Maya Shetreat-Klein is an integrative pediatric neurologist with a medical degree from Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Board certified in adult and child neurology as well as pediatrics, she completed the University of Arizona's two-year Fellowship in Integrative Medicine, founded by Dr Andrew Weil, and now serves as faculty. She lectures internationally to medical professionals and laypeople on environmental health and toxins, and healing with food and nature. Dr Shetreat-Klein lives with her family in New York City, where she runs Brainmending, her healing practice and urban farm.
164026390342240 - 12 days ago
Love and affection are vital for brain development. Part of why hugs feel wonderful is because they trigger release of oxytocin, which makes both of you feel relaxed and connected. Helping your kid get smarter with lots of yummy hugs? Yes please!
164026390342240 - 2 months ago
Still trying to figure out what to do Memorial Day weekend? Come learn with me and fabulous nutritionist Kathie Swift at Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health! We only have a few spots left in our workshop Healthy Gut, New You! We are going to get our hands dirty -- literally -- as we learn about the microbiome, eating well, the gut-brain connection and how nature plays into it all. Join me as we transform your body, mind and spirit in a gorgeous setting.
Hear me speak as part of the Microbiome Medicine 2 Summit! It starts TODAY May 8th, and tens of thousands will gain the tips, strategies and secrets of microbiome medicine--it could improve your health, longevity, vitality and assist with unresolved problems! Will you be there?
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164026390342240 - 3 months ago
I always recommend at least a one month trial off of gluten in my patients with significant neurological complaints. And here's research fresh off the press that shows that atypical celiac disease can present with few to no gastrointestinal complaints, but with powerful neurological symptoms. These can include seizures, headaches, ADHD, "behaviors," and more. Without gluten, the problem symptoms can reduce or disappear entirely.
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