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Lance Holland-Keen, MBChB
Harrington Park, New South Wales

Ancestral health is almost undoubtedly the most useful framework to approach most issues encountered with human beings.

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Kate Willesee, DC
Cremorne, New South Wales

So much of our health relates to what we eat, so much nutritional malabsorption is inherited from damage of processed foods to our last few generations. I believe nutrition comes naturally when you keep a whole food diet, avoiding grains and sugars and processed foods

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Natalie Bourke
Dietitian/Nutritionist
Sydney, New South Wales

I believe in a holistic approach to health. The foods we eat, how we move, how well we sleep and how we manage our stress all play a crucial role in creating an optimal functioning body and mind. I believe that the foundation of good nutrition...

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Brenda Rogers, ND
Bella Vista, New South Wales

The current system of evidence-based medicine using double-blind placebo-controlled trials and funded by industry has always concerned me. Not that any of it is evil, just that as fallible human beings we can be swayed towards certain interest

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Larina Robinson
Wholefood Dietitian
Pyrmont, New South Wales

I believe paleo eating is a healthy way to support and nurture those with multiple dietary intolerances. I love how eating wholefoods, that are minimally processed and found from nature is core to the paleo way. The anecdotal and newly emerging scientific evidence is very promising

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Bronwyn Sach
Herbalist & GAPS Nutritionist
Sydney, New South Wales

Many people struggle to adopt a traditional/paleo diet due to poor digestive health from years (and generations) of processed foods. Treating the gut and its flora helps restore the digestive fire to allow your body to fully assimilate the wonderful healing nourishing foods of our ancient ancestors.

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Daniel Pernet, DC
Moruya, New South Wales

For too long "healthcare" has been focused on symptomatic care of the patient, and not looking at their lifestyle factors. As we become more efficient in mass producing food, the health of western societies is dramatically declining. The statistics are scary and something needs to be done.

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Jen Knutson, MA, MS
Sydney, New South Wales

The physical benefits of living a healthy lifestyle are well known. While these aspects are important to understand, the many psychological benefits must also be considered. The way we move, the foods we eat, and our sleeping patterns all influence our mood and mental health.

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Adam Gavine, DC
North Ryde, New South Wales

Wouldn't it be great if you had a medical condition such as diabetes, and instead of being prescribed insulin and told to continue to eat whatever you want and do whatever you were doing before. Imagine your doctor told you to eat less carbs, increase your intake of fresh fruit, vegetables and meat, go for a 30 minute walk outside...

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Fiona Kane
Clinical Nutritionist
Penrith, New South Wales

Since eating this way my mood and weight have normalised. I also no longer have any auto immune diseases! I eat very close to a paleo diet and now in my early forties am the healthiest I have ever been. Teaching paleo to my clients has ensured that I get amazing results with others now too! I really enjoy helping people to regain their health!

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Ron Ehrlich, BDS FACNEM
Sydney, New South Wales

We are what we eat. It's taken us 2 million years to get to where we are. Its taken us about 50 years to get into the current health mess we are in with heart disease still no.1 killer, cancer no.2, and auto-immune diseases, diabetes and obesity skyrocketing. The lessons from the past, from communities that have enjoyed excellent health...

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Lara Briden, ND
Sydney, New South Wales

I have the greatest confidence in what can be achieved by removing inflammatory foods from the diet. I have seen it again and again with thousands of patients. Wheat-free, dairy-free, sugar-free. I've been advising it for almost 20 years, and it never gets old. If anything, it becomes more and more meaningful...

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