Virender Sodhi, ND

mm
Virender Sodhi, ND was the first Ayurvedic and Naturopathic practitioner in the United States. He received his BAMS in India in 1980, and came to the United State in 1986 to share Ayurveda as part of a cultural exchange program. In 1988, he graduated from Bastyr University with a degree in naturopathic medicine. He completed a fellowship in integrative oncology with Dr. Mark Rosenberg in 2012. Virender Sodhi established the Ayurvedic and Naturopathic Clinic in Bellevue, WA in 1989, where he currently practices Ayurveda and naturopathic medicine along with his brother, Shailinder Sodhi and sister-in-law, Anju Sodhi. He is also a visiting professor at Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Scottsdale, Arizona; the University of Washington School of Pharmacy; and at Des Moines University in Iowa. Along with his three brothers, Sodhi envisioned and formed Ayush Herbs, Inc., which offers the highest quality Ayurvedic herbal products and supplements worldwide.

The HbA1C Test, Uncontrolled Diabetes + Mortality, Herbs For Diabetes

The HbA1C Test, Uncontrolled Diabetes + Mortality, Herbs For Diabetes

A recent analysis of National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey data (NHANES) found that older adults who had an HbA1c above 8% were associated with increased risks for all-cause, cardiovascular and cancer-related deaths. What’s HbA1C? The HbA1C test is a blood test that provides information about a person’s average levels …

Read More »

Dementia, Dementia Medication, Dementia And Depression, Herbs For Dementia

Dementia, Dementia Medication, Dementia + Depression, Herbs For Dementia

Dementia has displaced HIV/AIDS for the number 7 spot on the global health watchdog’s list of the 10 biggest causes of death worldwide. Worldwide, there are 47.5 million people with dementia and another 7.7 million new cases are diagnosed every year. These cases often have a version of deterioration in cognitive …

Read More »

Ayurvedic Diet, Lifestyle + Herbs For Heart Disease, Number 1 Killer

The word ‘courage’ in the English language is derived from the latin word ‘cor’, which means heart. In our culture, we use phrases like “it takes heart” to describe the courageous quality of achieving something extraordinary. The heart is also considered central to our emotional experiences of love, generosity, compassion …

Read More »