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Andrew Thomas Weil also know as Andrew Weil is an american celebrity doctor who advocates for alternative medicine. Andrew Weil is a world renowned leader and pioneer in the field of integrative medicine, a healing oriented approach to health care which encompasses body, mind, and spirit. Andrew weil was the only child to his parents who owned a milinery supply store, as a child Andrew has developed a strong intrest and knowlwdge in plants which he has inherited from his mother and grandmother.

Andrew Weil is one of the most known physician and proponent of alternative medicine. Dr. Weil is the Director and founder of the Program in Integrative Medicine (PIM) at the University of Arizona in Tucson. His philosophy stresses combining traditional and alternative medicine for the overall well-being and health of the patient, emphasizing nutrition, exercise, and stress reduction techniques.

He was born on June 8, 1942, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. When Andrew Weil was a child he developed a strong interest in plants, which he said he inherited from his mother and grandmother. After graduating from high school in 1959, Weil, on a full scholarship from the American Association for the United Nations, traveled around the world learning about other cultures and their practices. He lived with his
families in India, Thailand, and Greece for sometime.

NameAndrew Thomas Weil
Nick NameAndrew, Thomas
ProfessionAmerican doctor
Date of Birth8 June 1942
Age (2021)79 years
Birth PlacePhiladelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Nationality American
HometownPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
SchoolLocal Private School
Religion Christianity
Zodiac Sign N/A

Andrew Weil Books

  • The Natural Mind: An Investigation of Drugs and the Higher Consciousness (1972, rev. 2004)
  • Marriage of Sun and Moon: Dispatches from the Frontiers of Consciousness (1980, rev. 2004)
  • Health and Healing (1983, rev. 2004)
  • From Chocolate to Morphine: Everything you need to know about mind-altering drugs with Winifred Rosen (1983, rev. 1993 & 2004)
  • Spontaneous Healing (Ballantine: 1995)
  • Natural Health, Natural Medicine (1995, rev. 2004)
  • Eight Weeks to Optimum Health (1997, rev. 2006)
  • Eating Well for Optimum Health (2000)
  • The Healthy Kitchen with Rosie Daley (2002)
  • Healthy Aging (2005)
  • Why Our Health Matters (2009)
  • Spontaneous Happiness (2011)
  • True Food: Seasonal, Sustainable, Simple, Pure (2014)
  • Fast Food, Good Food: More Than 150 Quick and Easy Ways to Put Healthy, Delicious Food on the Table (2015)
  • Ask Dr. Weil collections
  • Women’s Health
  • Healthy Living
  • Natural Remedies
  • Common Illnesses
  • Vitamins and Minerals and Your Top Health Concerns.
  • Breathing: The Master Key to Self Healing, audio CD, Sounds True (2000).[full citation needed]

Andrew Weil Family

Andrew Weil is a well know doctor and medical constultant in America, Andrew Weil married Sabine Kremp and has a daugther named as Diana Dakota weil

Marital Status Married
Affairs / Girlfriend Sabine Kremp (1990-1997)
Eva Lopatin Dickerman 
Wife/ Spouse Sabine Kremp (1990-1997)
Eva Lopatin Dickerman  (October 2019)
Marriage date N/A
Marriage Place N/A
ChildrenDaughter– Diana Dakota weil

Andrew Weil Net Worth

Andrew Weil is an American physician, aspokesperson, and author who has a net worth of $100 million. Andrew Weil was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in June 1942. He has been described as a guru in the areas of holistic health and integrative medicine.

Net Worth$ 5 Million Doller
Car CollectionN/A

Andrew Weil Awards and recognition

Famous celebrit doctor Andrew Weil appeared on the cover of Time magazine in 1997 and again in 2005, and Time named him one of the 25 most influential Americans in 1997 and one of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2005

Andrew Weil Inspirational & Motivational Quotes

  • I am a particular fan of integrative exercise – that is, exercise that occurs in the course of doing some productive activity such as gardening, bicycling to work, doing home improvement projects and so on. – Andrew Weil
  • My passion for gardening may strike some as selfish, or merely an act of resignation in the face of overwhelming problems that beset the world. It is neither. I have found that each garden is just what Voltaire proposed in Candide: a microcosm of a just and beautiful society. – Andrew Weil
  • You can’t afford to get sick, and you can’t depend on the present health care system to keep you well. It’s up to you to protect and maintain your body’s innate capacity for health and healing by making the right choices in how you live. – Andrew Weil
  • The most common objection that I hear to walking as exercise is that it’s too easy, that only sweaty, strenuous activity offers real benefits. But there is abundant evidence that regular, brisk walking is associated with better health, including lower blood pressure, better moods and improved cholesterol ratios. – Andrew Weil
  • The bottom line is that the human body is complex and subtle, and oversimplifying – as common sense sometimes impels us to do – can be hazardous to your health. – Andrew Weil
  • The best way to detoxify is to stop putting toxic things into the body and depend upon it’s own mechanisms. – Andrew Weil
  • Fear and greed are potent motivators. When both of these forces push in the same direction, virtually no human being can resist. – Andrew Weil
  • Gardening is not trivial. If you believe that it is, closely examine why you feel that way. You may discover that this attitude has been forced upon you by mass media and the crass culture it creates and maintains. The fact is, gardening is just the opposite – it is, or should be, a central, basic expression of human life. – Andrew Weil
  • The World Health Organization has recognized acupuncture as effective in treating mild to moderate depression. – Andrew Weil
  • I have argued for years that we do not have a health care system in America. We have a disease-management system – one that depends on ruinously expensive drugs and surgeries that treat health conditions after they manifest rather than giving our citizens simple diet, lifestyle and therapeutic tools to keep them healthy. – Andrew Weil
  • I am not against all forms of high-tech medicine. Drugs and surgeries have a secure place in the treatment of serious health conditions. But modern American medicine treats almost every health condition as if it were an emergency. – Andrew Weil
  • Citizens must pressure the American Hospital Association, the American Public Health Association, the Centers for Disease Control and other relevant governmental agencies to make greening our hospitals and medical centers a top priority so that they themselves don’t create even more illness. – Andrew Weil
  • One of the most obvious ways dogs can improve our physical and mental health is via daily walks. – Andrew Weil
  • A beautiful bouquet or a long-lasting flowering plant is a traditional gift for women, but I have recommended that both men and women keep fresh flowers in the home for their beauty, fragrance, and the lift they give our spirits. – Andrew Weil
  • Human bodies are designed for regular physical activity. The sedentary nature of much of modern life probably plays a significant role in the epidemic incidence of depression today. Many studies show that depressed patients who stick to a regimen of aerobic exercise improve as much as those treated with medication. – Andrew Weil
  • The more easily digestible and refined the carbohydrates, the greater the effect on our health, weight and well-being. – Andrew Weil
  • Get people back into the kitchen and combat the trend toward processed food and fast food. – Andrew Weil
  • We need to accept the seemingly obvious fact that a toxic environment can make people sick and that no amount of medical intervention can protect us. The health care community must become a powerful political lobby for environmental policy and legislation. – Andrew Weil
  • Everyone prefers some foods over others, but some adults take this tendency to an extreme. These people tend to prefer the kinds of bland food they may have enjoyed as children – such as plain or buttered pasta, macaroni and cheese, cheese pizza, French fries and grilled cheese sandwiches – and to restrict their eating to just a few dishes. – Andrew Weil
  • Technology has a shadow side. It accounts for real progress in medicine, but has also hurt it in many ways, making it more impersonal, expensive and dangerous. The false belief that a safety net of sophisticated drugs and machines stretches below us, permitting risky or lazy lifestyle choices, has undermined our spirit of self-reliance. – Andrew Weil
  • In the world at large, people are rewarded or punished in ways that are often utterly random. In the garden, cause and effect, labor and reward, are re-coupled. Gardening makes sense in a senseless world. By extension, then, the more gardens in the world, the more justice, the more sense is created. – Andrew Weil
  • Each day as I travel through downtown Tucson, I am amazed at how quickly the most ancient of human behaviors have changed. For as long as there have been Homo sapiens – roughly 200,000 years – people have filled their lives principally with two activities: talking directly with other people, and doing physical things. – Andrew Weil
  • As an American, you have a right to good health care that is effective, accessible, and affordable, that serves you from infancy through old age, that allows you to go to practitioners and facilities of your choosing, and that offers a broad range of therapeutic options. – Andrew Weil
  • Genuine happiness comes from within, and often it comes in spontaneous feelings of joy. – Andrew Weil

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