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George Mandler, CNS, L.Ac.
Stow, Massachusetts

I became a member of the Price-Pottenger in 1994 and the now more well known Weston-Price foundation in 2001 therefore the concept eating whole unadulterated foods that our ancestors consumed has long been a part of my way of life.

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Alia Elias, ND
Newburyport, Massachusetts

As a Naturopath who sees the disconnect that exists with our typical American diet and ways of eating on a daily basis, I have increasingly seen the effect that our current way of eating has on our health. My work has evolved to focus fundamentally on nutrition…

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Damon Amato
Nutrition Performance
Northborough, Massachusetts

Food can heal us as well as kill us. The vast majority of chronic diseases are preventable through diet, and as shown to be so through research. Knowing how to navigate what approach is best for you and what foods can heal you

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Robert Jackson, DC
Wellesley, Massachusetts

Human wellbeing is directly related to evolved genetic programming throughout ancestral times. Humans must mimic primal activity and eating habits in order to maximize health.

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Amy Jo Gengler, L.Ac.
Boston, Massachusetts

You have probably spent most of your life eating food that isn’t ‘real’. We are a culture literally swamped by processed foods that come in boxes, plastic wrap and bags. This has become a way of life for so many Americans…

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Rebecca Ong-Sutherland, L.Ac.
Boston, Massachusetts

The body has an innate ability to heal itself. We just have to provide it with the proper fuel in order for it to perform optimally. I love to help people come to the realization that they have more control over their health and wellness than they could ever imagine.

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Anna Abele, ND
Northampton, Massachusetts

Following the paths that have kept our ancestors healthy and strong for centuries is the best way to maintain health. It is better for our bodies, our minds and our environment.

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Grace Brinton
Certified Holistic Health Practitioner
Boston, Massachusetts

Ancestral health is the purest form of how humans are meant to eat and live. It is a connection to real food that has the ability to heal our bodies and support longterm health.

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Maggie Luther, ND
Milford, Massachusetts

I feel that the removal of processed carbohydrates is one of the healthiest moves one can make when it comes to overall health and well-being. Eating local and organic is definitely much healthier to the body, the ecosystem and the world. Not only does it support the health of the body

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Stefan Topolski, MD
Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts

The primal or paleo diet is a terribly simplified generalization of the postulated original human diet which varies based on latitude, continent, climate, season, cultural/superstitious preferences and frankly which millennium we speak of which are all poorly documented or absent in the archeological record.

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Dana Faulkner
Certified Health & Nutrition Coach
Waltham, Massachusetts

I believe eating a Primal or traditional diet is the key to healing the body and mind. Nutrient dense foods help those who are malnourished due to the Standard American Diet (SAD!) and help heal metabolic issues, such as excess body fat accumulation, inflammation, and hormonal imbalances. I am a huge believer in healing the […]

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Mark Costa, MD
Newton, Massachusetts

I believe that nutritional choices that patients make today will greatly impact their health tomorrow. Eating a diet that is dense in nutrients, full of vegetables and fruits, avoiding processed foods, and optimizing protein and healthy fat intake has not only anecdotally helped me and my patients feel better…

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