Dr. John Douillard

Dr. John Douillard

Dr. John Douillard, DC, CAP is a globally recognized leader in the fields of Ayurveda, natural health, and sports medicine. With 40 years of experience, he has helped over 100,000 patients as director of the LifeSpa Clinic (Boulder, CO Holistic Wellness Center of the Year 2013). He is the creator of LifeSpa.com, where he proves ancient Ayurvedic wisdom with modern science in articles published weekly. With its thousands of free educational articles, eBooks, and videos, LifeSpa.com is the leading Ayurvedic health resource on the web with 500,000+ social followers and readers.


Dr. John is a renowned Ayurvedic educator, host of the Ayurveda Meets Modern Science podcast, a former Director of Player Development for the New Jersey Nets NBA team, and bestselling author of seven health books, including Eat Wheat and 3-Season Diet.

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