Claudia Welch, MSOM, lectures and teaches internationally on both Asian and Ayurvedic medicines, which she has studied for more than twenty-five years. She lives in Vermont, New Mexico, and Canada.
Bookviews, February 2011 "Make a note to pick up a copy of this interesting book." Publishers Weekly (web-exclusive), 4/4/11 "A welcome eastern addition to the women's health discussion." Energy Times, online, 5/13/11"Provide[s] a well-rounded view on an often confusing subject." Tucson Citizen, 5/12/11 "Bringing clarity to the complexities of body chemistry, this well-crafted book will help women discover the rewards and rejuvenation that come with a balanced life." San Francisco Book Review, May 2011 "A thought-provoking look into the ways our bodies are driven, and, often, run into the ground...If you are tired of being sick, and sick of being tired this is a read in which you will find the beginnings of simple, holistic, and lasting relief." Curled Up with a Good Book "Loaded with good advice, spelling out simple changes that are both practical and easy to implement...For your own sake, read this book and take its lessons to heart." Yoga International, January 2011 "Dr. Welch brings a clear voice to the often confusing and conflicting body of information surrounding hormones and women's health...A user-friendly guide that skillfully blends Eastern therapies with Western health concerns." Portland Book Review, 12/1/11 "Her writing style is readable and user-friendly. Medical terms are explained. She includes easy recipes for improving diet. Issues concerning menstruation, birth control, breast and heart health, fertility, and aging are answered and Welch addresses how Eastern versus Western medicine deals with each issue. Especially helpful is Welch's analysis of Eastern spiritual practices and meditation." Spirituality & Health, 12/22/11