Zrii Illumination 2008: Dr. Tom Yarema - Part 1 of 2





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Uploaded on Jun 16, 2008

Dr. Thomas R. Yarema, MD

Tom Yarema is a formulator of the Zrii product.

Dr. Thomas Yarema is passionately committed to bridging the best of all systems of medicine - East & West, Conventional & Non-Conventional, and Scientific & Intuitive.

Tom Yarema is board certified in emergency medicine, a clinical research consultant in bio-energetics, and an educator to both laypersons and medical professionals.

Thomas Yarema has learned that much of good medicine is common sense, resource management, and respect for an individual's dignity. His professional tools consist of conventional Allopathic medicine, Ayurveda, traditional Oriental medicine and acupuncture, immune stimulation, and chelation therapy.

Tom Yarema founded the Kauai Center for Holistic Medicine and Research in 1997.

Thomas Yarema, MD, Daniel Rhoda and Johnny Brannigan are authors of the book 'Eat Taste Heal'.

A Sacramento meeting will hold a special place in Zrii history, as it was the first time that Zrii formulator and Scientific Advisory Board member Dr. Tom Yarema provided a solo speech. Everyone listened with rapt attention as Dr. Thomas Yarema told us about his journey from helping pioneer the ER specialty in western medicine to becoming one of the leading minds in integrative medicine in the world today. We also enjoyed hearing about his personal history with Drs. Deepak Chopra and David Simon in initiating integrative approaches to healing. People were thrilled to hear his interesting personal perspectives on Bill Farley's mindset as the genesis of Zrii -- The Original Amalaki was orchestrated. In sum, Dr. Tom Yarema's altruistic motives, passion for Ayurveda, and key role in Zrii's formulation were clearly evident, and deeply appreciated by all.


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