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Corina Baylis, MBBS
Mosman, New South Wales

I believe in an wholistic, whole-person approach to medicine. Our health and well-being are directly linked to our nutrition, how we move, how well we sleep, how we play and have down-time and how we cope with stress. I believe that the foundation of good nutrition…

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Rebecca Harwin
Chiropractor & Nutritionist
Seacliff, South Australia

Humans are incredible beings, with the innate ability to heal and thrive. Once we attain sufficiency and purity, by removing deficiency and toxicity, we discover health we never imagined possible. By nourishing our bodies and minds as nature intended, all things become possible.

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Mikaela Felstead
Naturopath & Nutritionist
Brisbane, Queensland

As well as providing the most nutrient-dense fuel for the human body, an ancestral-based diet that emphasises organic produce and grass-fed animals is much friendlier to the health of our beautiful planet and the creatures we share it with.

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Matthew Stewart, BAppSc MOst
North Sydney, New South Wales

While advances in modern medicine, public health and technology at large have led to advances in understanding our biology and increased life expectancy, some of these advances and accoutrements of 21st century living are at odds with our evolutionary past.

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Robert Szabo, MBBS
Balwyn, Victoria

I am passionate about helping people understand more about their bodies, and promoting peoples’ desire to become healthy and stay healthy. I believe that a healthy body equals a healthy mind, and to that end, it seems logical that our bodies are programmed to thrive by utilising the dietary elements which were present during our […]

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Kate Norris, MBChB, FRACGP
Rosebud, Victoria

Eat what we are designed to eat. Our anatomy and physiology dictates this. A modern hunter-gatherer, which is what we are, is meant to eat a diet rich in fresh, whole foods.

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Matthew Harris, DO, FDN
Camberwell, Victoria

I believe in ancestral health – for example Pottenger’s cats, Weston A Price. Nutritional changes are included as part of Osteopathic treatments.

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Nathan Waters, FDN
Raby, New South Wales

99% of our genes were formed before the development of agriculture so I believe we should eat the way we were genetically designed to.

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Michelle Crone, ND
St. Morris, South Australia

Ancestral health supports the direction my practice has taken for many years while addressing modern integrative health information.

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Natalie Cruttenden, Naturopath
Ashburton, Victoria

Paleo nutrition is undoubtably the dietary template that is best suited to the broadest population. Once people follow the basic Paleo plan their nutritional requirements can then be tweaked according to individual requirements.

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Lance Holland-Keen, MBChB
Harrington Park, New South Wales

Ancestral health is almost undoubtedly the most useful framework to approach most issues encountered with human beings.

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Kate Willesee, DC
Cremorne, New South Wales

So much of our health relates to what we eat, so much nutritional malabsorption is inherited from damage of processed foods to our last few generations. I believe nutrition comes naturally when you keep a whole food diet, avoiding grains and sugars and processed foods

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