Advanced Search

Close Search
Primal Docs | Indiana RSS feed for this section

Jennifer Steinbachs, PhD, CTN
Bloomington, Indiana

I believe that everyone can feel healthy and energetic, even balanced and resilient, but sometimes it takes time, patience, and help to get there. I believe that “wellness” doesn’t have to be hard nor does it mean lots of supplements from bottles, but it does mean home-cooked meals made from real food.

More Info

Matthew Hammett, DC
Merrillville, Indiana

Ancestral health gives science a baseline to measure health. Therefore, the expansion of true healthcare in this country should focus on true prevention and true wellness. The study of pathology has its place in science, and actual health standards based on population of truly healthy subjects were not attainable.

More Info

Robert Newhalfen, DC
Schererville, Indiana

My goal in life is simple: Teach people how to take care of themselves. One of the main ways I do that is not only to teach people how to eat Primal/Paleo but how to LIVE it. This includes teaching people how to move…

More Info

Bryan Riecker, DC
Jasper, Indiana

I truly feel that if everyone could follow the primal diet, most of our health/sick care issues would disappear. Unfortunately, staying healthy is very low on our country’s priorities. Most disease processes have an inflammatory component, which the paleo diet seems to reduce or eliminate.

More Info

Scott Taulman, DC
Columbus, Indiana

The paleo/primal diet is how we are designed genetically to eat. It’s essential to health.

More Info

Mark Smith, DC
Osceola, Indiana

I have been amazed over the years at how my patients have reversed their own health problems by simply changing the way they eat and move. Talking about nutrition is also a very fun part of my work. I believe that if we can get parents to understand food and how it affects the body […]

More Info

Shannon Barger, DC
Lawrenceburg, Indiana

I know that probably 3/4 of my patients wouldn’t have most of their ailments if they simply ate correctly. I have read / followed many different diets and workouts over the years. It seems that diet trends have slowly evolved to come full circle back from simple to complicated back to simple.

More Info

Ellen Antoine, DO, FACEP, ABIHM
Carmel, Indiana

As it relates to dietary changes, I recommend my patients adopt a paleo diet…one that is low inflammatory and healing to the lining of the GI tract. I stress a whole foods diet rich in phytonutrients and adequate protein in order to detox. Hormonal health, weight, GI symptoms, autoimmune diseases, and blood sugar, to name […]

More Info

Cole Blume, DC
Indianapolis, Indiana

Trying to correct a health problem that is caused by our lifestyle with medicine is neglectful and bordering on malpractice. Unless we address the toxicities and deficiencies in a patients lifestyle, they will never regain their absolute health…

More Info

James Carlson, DO
Crown Point, Indiana

I am a Board Certified Family Physician and Nutritional Biochemist in the practice of medicine for nearly 20 years. For 16 years I have been utilizing a low carb/Paleo approach in my practice to treat a myriad of disease processes such as; obesity, Type 1 & 2 Diabetes, Coronary Heart Disease (which includes both raising […]

More Info