Take control of your health and live a life less stressed...
Hi, I am Dr Ron Ehrlich or "Dr Ron". I am a holistic health advocate, dentist, educator, podcaster and an internationally published author. I’ve empowered 1000s of individuals to take control of their health to be the best they can be.
Ultimately, I want you to live a life less stressed. I've developed a health model that outlines the impact of stress on health and simplifies confusing health messages.
My book and online program provide simple strategies for you to live a healthier life. This is all built on over 40 years of clinical experience, backed by science and is a reflection of my own personal journey through life.
There are four ways that I can help you. Which would you like help with?
A Life Less Stressed
The five pillars of health and wellness
My book is written from over 40 years of experience to help you understand why public health messages are often confusing and contradictory. It defines stress in our modern world and provides you with simple tools and strategies to take control of your health.
Unstress with Dr Ron Ehrlich - The Podcast
This is a podcast to:
- empower you to take control of your own health
- build physical, mental, and emotional resilience to deal with the health challenges we face in our modern world.
- learn information that is free of vested interests
- provide health strategies to help you be the best you can be
Join me in this conversation as I discuss some of the highlights of my interview with Dr Leland Stillman. And how he reminded me of the importance of sunlight.
This week, I spoke with Dr Leland Stillman, an Integrative and Functional Medicine Physician based in Orlando Florida. In our conversation, we explored the impacts of environmental medicine on health, the benefits and potentialities of light therapy, infrared Light and melatonin.
I want to talk about Nutritional and Environmental Medicine. There is one thing this focuses on: Ensuring that we have all the right nutrients for those processes to continue optimally. And if that is the case, there’s a very good chance that you will enjoy good health.
One of the things that I am hoping will emerge from this pandemic is a new focus on health care. On health, on immune function, on boosting immune function to be optimal because we need it not only to overcome the epidemic of preventable chronic diseases that we face but also to face the complications of this virus and this pandemic and for that matter, any future pandemic.
In this episode, I spoke with Professor Ian Brighthope. Ian is the Director of the National Institute of Integrative Medicine (NIIM) whose mission is to improve healthcare outcomes for all and to empower individuals to take control of their health and create a balanced life. Ian is also the founder of Entoura, an Australian medical cannabis manufacturer and educational company.
In our conversation, we explore the benefits of studying nutritional and environmental medicine, the role and potential of medicinal cannabis, and the impact integrative medicine is having on Australia in a time where health is a focus for everyone like never before.
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I would like to sincerely thank you for your insightful presentation. It was an amazingly successful event from our perspective. The comments after the talk were ‘applicable and practical’, ‘incredibly knowledgeable presenter’, ‘fun and information’ and ‘nice guy’. Your passion for the topic truly shone through.
Head of Academic Studies. Australasian College of Natural Therapies
I just wanted to contact you to let you know that I really enjoyed your talk at the wellness summit (it was definitely the most entertaining)! I really appreciated the chance to talk to you in the break also. I think you should run for PM! Or maybe health minister – I could imagine the change you could make (more than you already are). Thanks again.
The Wellness Summit, Melbourne
Thanks and congratulations on your workshop. It will take its place in the future among the most relevant and popular on the ‘circuit’, I have no doubt.
Dr. Paul V. Nichols Macquarie
St Sydney. NSW