Elizabeth Kohanmehr attended California State University, Northridge with a major in biological Sciences. She was always fascinated with physiology and the human body. As she advanced in her university courses, she developed a special interest in the major role hormones played in a person’s overall health and well-being.
She later attended and received her Doctorate degree in the field of pharmacy from Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, California.
She has been a pharmacist since 2003 and has worked in different pharmaceutical settings. Elizabeth believes in the positive physical and psychological effects of Natural Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT,) and therefore advocates close monitoring of different hormone levels in patients and consequent replacement therapy with bio-identical hormonal preparations.
At home, she is a wife and mother and loves to take care of her children and play silly games with them. She loves to read and watch documentaries and cooking shows on TV, and often tries to recreate the recipes from the cooking shows, an activity which her children love to participate in.
Elizabeth loves family and has a passion for keeping people healthy, so that families and individuals can enjoy their time together in health.