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Idelle Brand, DDS
New York, New York

I think this diet is good for many, but as with everything, there is no one size fits all. Nutritional needs are unique for each individual and an evaluation is important to find those needs.

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Jill Tieman, DC
Bayport, New York

The proper diet is the basis for healing. You cannot expect to help someone get well if you do not address the deficiencies in the food they are eating. Supplementation is helpful but only when a personalized diet is in place.

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Doni Wilson, ND
New York, New York

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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Doni Wilson, ND
Port Jefferson, New York

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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Dana Cohen, MD
New York, New York

While I believe no one diet fits all, I do believe most would benefit from a paleo diet. Having started my career with Dr. Atkins, and throughout my 15 years in practice, I have truly seen the miracles a paleo-like diet can produce. While we are still learning so much about gut microbiology

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Sarah Cimperman, ND
New York, New York

I think it is one of the healthiest diets. Avoiding sweets and starches, seeking out wild/grass-fed/pasture-raised animal products, and eating at least 50% green and non-starchy vegetables is one of the best ways to resolve and prevent chronic diseases.

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Dylan Stein, L.Ac.
New York, New York

I am firmly committed to eating a traditional diet as outlined by Weston A Price and in primal/ancestral foodways with a healthy dose of the wisdom of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

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Ivy Branin, ND
New York, New York

I have recommended the paleo diet and variations of the diet to a number of my patients as I feel it can benefit many conditions in particular sleep apnea and MS. I am also a big proponent of the GAPS and single carbohydrate diet which are very in line with paleo principles.

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Serena Ma, ND, L.Ac.
New York, New York

I’m a science geek. I taught Biochemistry to acupuncture students at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, which forced me to finally understand metabolism and the effects of sugar/insulin on it. Look at the science – a high glycemic load triggers insulin – and over time that can lead to most obviously obesity and diabetes. (I […]

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Geo Espinosa, ND
New York, New York

Over consumption refined carbohydrates, GMO grains and gluten product are likely the biggest contributors to most diseases affecting man kind. A paleo approach is more likely to rebuild and restore health in men battling prostate disorders, heart disease and sexual dysfunction.

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Laura Villanti
Certified GAPS Practitioner
Mendon, New York

I work with clients with a focus on optimal digestive health. This most often includes helping clients who have had many years of digestive imbalance – which could have presented as allergies, asthma, learning disorders, skin issues, constipation, diarrhea, IBS, fatigue, depression, or autoimmune disorders.

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Karin Franz
Functional Nutrition
Fairport, New York

I’m a firm believer in ‘biochemical individuality’. Meaning each person is uniquely defined by their genetics, environmental exposures, life experiences, and has unique nutritional needs (and preferences!). In order to function optimally the body needs requires specific

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