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Whether you're looking for a new family doctor or simply someone to get some solid nutrition advice from, our 800+ member physicians and practitioners (on nearly every continent) are here to help you navigate through the many shades of ancestral health.
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Primal Supper Dining Events

One-of-a-kind dining events located in cities around the world. With farm-to-table, chef interpretations, paleo pop-ups, and even eating wild events you're sure to find an event that will open your eyes to the wonderful world of real food.
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Real Food Recipes

With a focus on real food and ingredients, you're not going to find the latest 16 ingredient gluten-free cake mix here, instead you'll find recipes using quality naturally gluten-free ingredients. Take a look, you might be surprised at how good food can be.
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Speaking Engagements

Many of the physicians and healthcare practitioners listed on Primal Docs are available for speaking engagements and can be booked directly via this site. The topics covered are diverse and vary by member and can be tailored to your audience.

The Blood Sugar Roller Coaster

Most roller coasters are fun. Your stomach churning in anticipation of the unknown. The gigantic ups and downs. The pounding in your head. Most roller coaster rides last 2 or 3 minutes. Imagine riding a roller coaster all day long. While it’s fun for a few minutes at an amusement park, when it comes to […]

Sneaking In The Veggies

Which is a better approach- getting people to understand just how very important getting more veggies into their daily regime is and developing an easy way to do so, or sneaking them into unexpected places? Maybe it doesn’t matter, so long as the end result is the same- eating more leafy greens! An interesting article […]

Ketogenic Diet Better for Type 2 Diabetes

A recent study adds to the growing body of research evaluating low carbohydrate and very low carbohydrate diets. Working with a group of overweight and obese adults, all of whom qualified as either pre-diabetic or type 2 diabetics, researchers employed two different dietary strategies. Randomly assigned to either a standard American Diabetic Association diet (ADA: […]

Top Ten Stress Triggers in Modern Life

Stress has existed as long as life has, but the stresses we experience in 2014 are very different than what our ancestors experienced. Being aware of what stresses you increases the likelihood you’ll be able to master those stresses and optimize your health. Here are the top ten stress triggers: 1.  Sugar and excess carbohydrates, […]

Adrenal Phone School with Dr. Andrew Neville
Next Call: May 1 at 3PM (EDT)

The Sensitive Patient …and we don’t mean “emotional” Do you have to take lesser doses of supplements and medications than are typically recommended? Are you sensitive to light? Are you sensitive to sound, especially loud noises? Do you feel assaulted when you walk into department stores, with all their lights, noises, smells? If so, you’re […]

Why Real Salt Is So Important

One of the diet rules we all “know” is that salt is bad for us.  So why is real salt so important?  Can it be a key to health recovery? Salt was one of the earliest trade items and helped establish trade routes and villages all over the world.  It was often used as money. […]

Are You Suffering From Histamine Intolerance?

As a clinician, it is imperative that I understand all different types of unique health problems and metabolic challenges. On a biochemical level what may be a superfood for one individual may be poison to another. Histamine intolerance is an area where this is the case. People who are unable to effectively metabolize histamines must […]

Thyroid Function and Hair Loss

Below are only a few symptoms of low thyroid function (hypothyroidism): Thinning hair (most common) Fatigue Weight gain Constipation Depression Thinning hair or hair loss is a hallmark sign for low thyroid function. The hair follicle requires thyroid hormone to produce hair. As thyroid function begins to lower due to stress or an autoimmune condition, […]

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