This week’s episode features Dr. Monisha Bhanote, who comes onto the podcast to discuss the “Anatomy of Well-Being”. She shares her journey as being a long windy road – from internist, to pathologist, to integrative medicine, yoga medicine therapeutic specialist and culinary medicine – but she shares that the journey has been been well worth it! She discussed what well-being means to her personally as well as for her patients. She sees herself as applying this holistic approach to the concept of well-being and her advice to others is to embrace a growth mindset.
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Dr. Monisha Bhanote, M.D., FCAP, is a triple board-certified physician with expertise in Integrative Medicine, Internal Medicine and Anatomic/Clinical Pathology. She completed training at NYU Langone Hospital – Long Island where she also served as chief resident, followed by three fellowships at New York-Presbyterian / Weill Cornell Medical Center in Cytopathology, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry in Breast, Bone and Soft Tissue Cancer and a two year Integrative Medicine fellowship at the Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine. She is an accomplished author having written numerous medical articles and a medical textbook Pathology Case Reports, Beyond the Pearls for Elsevier, a leading scientific publishing house. Dr. Bhanote is a sought after health and wellness expert providing both speaking and written commentary to multiple news media outlets and publications. Always fascinated by the human body, she has spent the last two decades studying how all systems in our body affect each other both on a cellular and global level, how disease manifests, and what we can and cannot control. She has additional training and certification in Culinary Medicine, Meditation, Plant Based Nutrition, and Yoga Medicine which she utilizes to apply a whole body approach to healing. She offers integrative medicine consultations and programs in clinical nutrition, mind-body medicine, yoga medicine and culinary medicine with an evidenced based approach (www.drbhanote.com).