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Linda Slater Sadlon, CHC
Avon, Connecticut

I believe strongly in epigenetic influences and how they impact our health. I enjoy a primal/paleo food lifestyle and encourage others to regularly consume many types of nutrient-dense foods, rather than focus on calories or low carb/fat/protein. Variety is the key to satiety!

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Myriah Hinchey, ND
Hebron, Connecticut

Nutrition is the foundation of my practice. I put a large emphasis on Therapeutic lifestyle changes and lifestyle medicine; specifically nutrition to reverse and prevent chronic disease. With every patient that I treat; I teach them how to eat so that they are flooding their bodies with nutrients…

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Jonathan Goodman, ND
Bristol, Connecticut

I love and live the Primal Lifestyle. It has worked for me, I have lost 15 pounds from a not terribly elevated weight (BMI 25.1 to 23), have seen my body fat drop from 23 to 19 and generally feel great.

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Kimberly Embry, DC
Fairfield, Connecticut

My life is my philosophy. I live what I teach. Eat from the Earth; organic, pastured, wild caught, non-GMO, local when possible, gluten-free, grain-free, sugar-free food.

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Margot Longenecker, ND
Guilford, Connecticut

Building upon my education and experience, my approach to my health as well as my patients is very pragmatic. Do I feel better? Do my patients feels better? Theory is great; philosophy is wonderful, but does it work? I have been recommending that patients go wheat-free for years with positive results

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Laura Nunno, DC
Cromwell, Connecticut

I have never felt better since I have been strict Paleo. I teach my patients the benefits and how to transition their lives.

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Alison Monette, ND, RD
Putnam, Connecticut

I have personally adopted this lifestyle and have found tremendous health benefits therefore I often share this with my patients. I live the lifestyle!

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Leigh White, ND
North Haven, Connecticut

If, as a culture, we decided to make eating clean, whole foods a priority, many of our chronic diseases would no longer have power over us. The more that we support each other in this endeavor, the easier is will be to make it happen.

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Lucy Flynn, MD
Greenwich, Connecticut

Ancestral Health has been the focus of my personal and professional reading and learning for several years now. The changes I see in people who adopt these principles, even somewhat, are staggering. Ancestral Health is an amazing tool…

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Harold Ofgang, ND
Danbury, Connecticut

The primal/paleo diet is a natural alternative to the over processed, nutrient deficient and toxic diet consumed by most Americans.

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Stephanie Gilfoy, ND
Madison, Connecticut

The primal/paleo diet provides a great foundation to begin the journey of restoring health. Among the paleo lifestyle, there are many variations, and as a physician, my focus is to help patients figure out what works best for them to help them thrive.

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Doni Wilson, ND
Stamford, Connecticut

Even though we are walking around with smartphones and laptop computers, and have electricity and heat (usually), we are actually not that much different, genetically, then our ancestors. And our ancestors did not have the ability to digest gluten and other grains, nor do we.

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