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Morgan Reade, L.Ac.
Caldwell, New Jersey

I recommend a diet free from processed foods for optimal health.

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Scott Mills, DC
Fairfield, New Jersey

The primary goal of my practice is to help the body do what it does best -take care of itself. Within all of us is an internal physician trying to adjust to the demands placed upon it. Combining a balanced nerve system with a paleo / primal lifestyle form a necessary alliance that provides the […]

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Steven Katz, DDS
Somers Point, New Jersey

4 pillars to good health: diet, exercise, sleep being. We can use our ancestral forefathers as a guide to all of these.

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Stephanie Iannarone, L.Ac.
Marmora, New Jersey

I still believe there isn’t just one diet that works for everyone but as a basic blueprint I have found that Paleo or ancestral-type diets make the most sense for most people. I work with my clients to see what is best for them and that usually begins with a Paleo/Primal approach

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Jackie de Vries, MS, AIBT
Ridgewood, New Jersey

The Primal/Paleo diet, customized for each individuals genetics, is a core component of wellness. GMO free, organic, antibiotic free, grass fed, raw milk, exceptional soil biology – all of these aspects provide the dense and healthy nutrition that gives us the basis for exceptional health.

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Abbey Sangmeister, MS. Ed., NTP
Ocean City, New Jersey

Primal/paleo, nutrient-dense diet is one of the first steps you can take to create optimal wellness both physically and mentally. I believe that incorporating ideas from Ancestral Health and Weston A. Price along with using functional assessments allows me to create an individually tailored plan for my clients.

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Aleksandra Mihajlovic, L.Ac.
Montclair, New Jersey

I have been passionate about nutrition and health since my teenage years. I have evolved through many different diets over time (Fit for Life, Anti-candida, Vegetarian etc.) and finally found balance with GAPS and ancestral diets. I firmly believe that we are what we eat. Without proper nutrition we can not be healthy and nourished.

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Arthur Veilleux, PT, DPT, OCS
Belmar, New Jersey

Diet is the most fundamental and important component of a healthy lifestyle. Everything form ancestral patterns, to childhood environment to government forces to marketing impact food choices. Eating right is making choices that support mental, physical, social and community well being.

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John D’Ambrosio, DC
New Milford, New Jersey

I feel that nutrition is a huge and neglected aspect of healthcare which has been sadly overlooked by mainstream medicine and the general public. Putting whole, healthy foods as close to their original state as possible into your body for fuel is paramount

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Christopher Stepien, DC
Parsippany, New Jersey

I tell all of my patients and all of our Crossfit members this. The first dollars that you want to spend on your health and fitness should not go to me for soft tissue work or to the gym for fitness, but to buying high quality, organic vegetables and grass-fed meats.

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Michael Teytelbaum, DC
Short Hills, New Jersey

If you get to the core of what every cell needs to thrive and survive, it comes back to the basics of nutrients, all of which are found in the Paleo diet. If people were eating what our genes and cells know to process then the food and lifestyle derived illnesses would be much less. […]

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Jonathan Hartman, DC
Ridgewood, New Jersey

I take pride in serving as a testimonial on the effectiveness and health benefits of the Paleo/Primal diet because I myself have lost 50lbs on this amazing lifestyle change! I am enthusiastic and passionate about the health benefits that can obtained from a Paleo/Prima Diet. Starting with small steps, I work with patients on modifying […]

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