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Amy Ear, Ph.D., L.Ac.
Pasadena, California

Many women come to me because they feel tired, run down, bloated, fat, and just not themselves. They aren’t lazy. They try a lot of things, but they’re still stuck. I believe food is the foundation. Lab tests help you figure out what’s wrong.

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Katy Haldiman, MS, RN
Nutritional Therapist
San Rafael, California

A whole food, nutrient dense diet is the foundation to optimal health. The Paleo lifestyle serves as a template for good nutrition because it is based on real foods that nourish the body and it eliminates foods and substances that lead to inflammation and damage, foods that are difficult to digest…

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Sandy Baird, DC
Oakland, California

I think the body does a great job at “cleansing” itself if you just give it some good whole foods and plenty of water. We don’t need a quick fix or a restrictive diet to be healthy, we just need a variety of responsibly raised meats, some good fats, and plenty of veggies and fruits.

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David Peterson, DC
Penn Valley, California

As a result of Neuroscience lab tests, I realized the Lectins naturally occurring in “ALL” fruit and vegetables were provoking a direct histamine and complement cascade reaction independently of food allergen responses.

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Marcus Ettinger, DC
Orange, California

Getting back to the basics is the actual starting-point for heath. 2,000,000 years of trial and error have proved that. An alkaline body, moderate exercise, grounding, paleo diet… are not new, but the key to success in health

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Steve Hyjek, DC
Irvine, California

I feel that using the Paleo diet as a template for determining what foods are best for you is the best way to find your optimal diet.

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Kay Curtis, NC, ACN
Burbank, California

While our genetic blue print may illustrate what sickness we may get, our lifestyle determines if we get sick at all. What we eat has a direct affect on whether we turn our bad genes off or make sure our good ones stay turned on.

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Gillian Hanson, ND
San Francisco, California

Diet and lifestyle play an essential part in the cultivation of wellness and the prevention of chronic disease. A diet based around whole foods makes sense both scientifically and intuitively. In addition to the innumerable health benefits…

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Christian Brown, DC
Pasadena, California

One’s familial and genetic makeup will play a major role in determining one’s health. However, I believe one can actively strive to improve one’s health through our diet, exercise and mindset.

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Jeffrey Blue, MD
Santa Clara, California

We have been poisoned by both the food supply and advice we have been given. I have seen people’s bodies and health change for the worse since I have been practicing medicine. By focusing on the things that athletes and our ancestors have used…

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Carol Lourie, ND, LAc
Berkeley, California

We are living in an age where stress and toxicity are increasing exponentially. This is having a profound affect on our planet and our health. More people are presenting with a deeper level of illness and one of the causes of this is the separation…

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Lucia Cargill, FNP-C
San Rafael, California

I believe the body needs the good fats of the earth to maintain brain and tissues. It is not enough just to cut out sugar and high insulin resistant carbs. The rich, natural fats from animals and plants like olives and coconut are essential for good health…

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