#15: How To Look Beyond Nutrition To Achieve Ultimate Health with Teri Cochrane


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What We’re Talking About In This Episode!

  • Teri’s go to detoxification juice and morning routine
  • The importance of listening to your body talk
  • Why stress is just like a cupcake and could be even worse for you than sugar
  • Learn the 4 major archetypes of Wildatarian’s
  • The super simple ‘Fab 5’ things you shouldn’t be living without

Episode Summary: 

Are you ready for a ground-breaking approach to the way you eat? Today the magnificent Teri Cochrane is here to share how she has cracked the code on how to eat for your individual body. Teri creates bio-individualized nutrition plans based off of her client’s genetic profiles by combining the latest research in biomechanics, epigenetics, and nutrition.

Through her practice, combining her countless years of research and working with patients, she has created the Wildatarian lifestyle and nutrition plan. Instead of viewing a diet as a restrictive measure, Teri redefines diets as how you interact with everything you consume in life. This includes food chemicals such as proteins and sulfur, hormones, and most importantly stress.

Today Teri shares the impact of herbicide roundups, pharmaceutical antibiotics and toxicity levels in what we eat, like red meat and chicken, and how they can have serious impacts on our hormone levels. It is necessary to understand not only how your body is reacting to the food you eat, but also how a large part of how we feel throughout the day is affected by stress. Stress can be a bigger issue than most women realize. Through Teri’s Wildatarian lifestyle you can open yourself up to a diet of abundance and joy. I promise you will see a huge result in not only your mental state but also your weight, energy and overall general health.

Have you ever experimented with individualized diet plans? How did they work compared to less specific plans? Leave us a comment below!



“I have redefined diet to encompass everything that we consume in life, not just food. It is how we consume thoughts, our environment, how we consume the people in our lives and how we relate to them and they relate to us” (3:33)

“We are so excited to talk about this whole Wildatarian diet because I believe we have stumbled onto some real groundbreaking discoveries about our food supply and how it is potentially hurting us” (10:17)

“I cannot emphasize enough how deleteriously destructive stress is… Every thought we think has a wave pattern and that wave pattern has an expression and an outcome in our bodies which then results in diminished state of health or an increased state of health” (29:00)

“If we consume only that which serves our highest purpose we cannot intersect with a disease, because we will be vibrating at a rate that is so high that it does not resonate with disease” (29:58)


Resources Mentioned: 

Other Resources: 

Top 5 Nutritional Changes to Rebalance Your Body

Boost Your Immune System: Poor Nutrition and Lack of Exercise

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2 Responses to #15: How To Look Beyond Nutrition To Achieve Ultimate Health with Teri Cochrane

  1. Alene October 11, 2020 at 5:10 pm #

    Hi Dr Maria, I just came across your podcast not too long ago and it has been a life saver! Thanks for sharing your wealth of information! In this particular episode (15), you mentioned that your mom does half marathons and marathons. I’ve recently been diagnosed with hyperthyroidism, and I’d love to know if you think it’s possible to do marathons and ultra marathons, which has been a passion of mine over the past couple of years.

    • Dr. Mariza October 15, 2020 at 3:06 pm #

      Hey Alene! I would not advise on marathons, or especially ultra marathons when healing from hyperthyroid issues. The best exercise is weight lifting (resistance training) and small amounts of high-intensity training.

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