About Dr. Hellen Greenblatt
Dr. Hellen Greenblatt’s passion is to help people regain and maintain their health. Non-judgmental and caring, Dr. Hellen listens with her mind and heart to help people feel better emotionally and physically.
Dr. Hellen prides herself in guiding individuals with holistic approach to controlling inflammation. This has started tens of thousands of people on the path of natural healing since unregulated inflammation is the problem for so many.
Dr. Greenblatt has helped people dramatically change their quality of life. Even those who thought they would never feel “right” again, have experienced dramatic differences in their health by following her thoughtful and informed guidance. Educating people about the pivotal role that balanced immune inflammation plays in getting and staying healthy is the key.
Decades of research have led Dr. Hellen to conclude that the body is able to repair and heal itself, naturally, when given the chance. As an immunologist and microbiologist, she has shown that a breakthrough discovery, hyperimmune egg, partners with the body to help return it to homeostasis, its balanced state.
As a child of immigrants that came to Brooklyn, New York after devastating European experiences, Dr. Greenblatt’s upbringing instilled two primary values and goals in her: getting the best education possible and helping people.
Her sweltering summers were spent outdoors sitting on the front steps, the “stoop”, of her apartment house reading. It was during those hours that she noticed how hard it was for some to cross the busy streets without being hassled. “Hey lady, move! Don’t you see the light has changed?”; honking horns, and unpleasant, hostile confrontations.
Even at a young age she realized that being fragile and ill was no fun and that made her determined to change negative health outcomes. She went on to go to a public but eminent college, the City College of New York, working many hours to support her college fees and book costs. (Dr. Hellen was the first one in her family to graduate from college.) She went on to work on parasitic diseases and was awarded a dual doctorate in Microbiology and Immunology from Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx, NYC.
Dr. Greenblatt has held positions in academia, government, and industry—but always with the goal of studying as to how to make a positive difference in the lives of those around her.
Inflammation is the initial step that the body uses to heal itself and defend itself from infections and from constantly emerging cancer cells. In a balanced person, one that is in homeostasis, the level of inflammation is reduced to “baseline” when the challenge has been met.
Overactive, uncontrolled inflammation escalates to attacking and damaging healthy tissues and organs. This can result in numerous autoimmune (against oneself) conditions, including lack of energy, stress, emotional distress, diabetes, arthritis, Crohn’s disease, COPD, multiple sclerosis, lupus, irritable bowel, food intolerances, fibromyalgia, nervous system issues, kidney, liver, and cardiovascular problems.
After decades of observation and study, Dr. Greenblatt came to the realization that imbalances in inflammation, uncontrolled levels of inflammation, resulted in lack of energy, stress, digestive, joint, muscular, nervous, cardiovascular system and muscular issues. She began to understand that balanced inflammatory responses were the keys to wellness.
Inflammation plays a major role in athletic performance as well, and Dr. Hellen’s recommendations for enhanced performance and recovery are highly sought after by athletes both domestically and internationally.
Dr. Hellen looks forward to you contacting her at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 302.265.3870 ET. Questions may be directed to her to the email address as well.