Meet Dr. Raj
Creator of TULA
“Exercise, sleep, and diet all play crucial roles in giving ourselves the balanced life we deserve. With TULA we have taken good-for-you, natural ingredients and topical probiotics and applied them to an innovative product line.”
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About Dr. Roshini Raj
Dr. Roshini Raj is a board certified, practicing gastroenterologist at New York University. She received her medical degree from NYU and undergraduate degree from Harvard. She’s a best selling author, Medical Editor at Health Magazine, and a regular medical contributor on The Today Show, Dr. Oz, and CNN.
“Being an internist, teacher, author, wife and mother of two made me realize how important it is for women to achieve balance in life. With so many responsibilities we often neglect our own health, both inside and out. That’s why I co-founded TULA. I wanted to give women products that make them look and feel balanced and beautiful. I started with skincare because glowing radiant youthful-looking skin is a sure indicator that you’re living a healthy lifestyle.”
Dr. Raj has a special interest in women’s health and cancer screening and has published several research articles on colon cancer screening. In 2014 she launched TULA which allowed her to apply her medical knowledge of probiotics, bacteria and yeasts that keep the digestive tract healthy, to create a patented probiotic technology for the skin.
Dr. Raj is a Today Show contributor, the Dr. Oz Show core expert, the Good Day NY Medical Correspondent (Fox5) and the Medical Editor of Health Magazine. She discusses health topics on network and cable shows, including NBC’s Today Show; ABC’s The View, LIVE with Kelly and Michael, Good Morning America and World News Tonight; CNN’s American Morning, Nancy Grace, and Larry King Live; The Discovery Health Channel; The Tyra Banks Show; The Dr. Oz Show and The Doctors. She’s been quoted in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Cosmopolitan, Men’s Health, Women’s Health and Fitness. She serves on the Expert Advisory Board to Lose It, a leading consumer weight loss program.