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Kendall Kendrick, NTP
Charlotte, North Carolina

Ancestral health was a final piece of the puzzle for me after a decade of primal style parenting. We can live healthier and happier lives by adapting principles from our hunter gatherer ancestors into our evolutionary mismatched lives.

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Rachel Kushner, ND
Raleigh, North Carolina

Currently, modern human populations subsisting on traditional diets similar to those of Paleolithic hunter-gatherers, are largely free of life-style diseases. The therapeutic effects of The Paleo Diet are further supported by both randomized controlled human trials.

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Kivette Parkes, ND
Charlotte, North Carolina

Each species of animal and plants to some extent has specific nutrition and environmental requirements that help it thrive. If any of those requirements are not met, the result is sickness, failure to thrive and eventually premature death.

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Laura Schoenfeld, RD
Raleigh, North Carolina

I believe that an “Ancestral” diet consisting primarily of high quality animal proteins, non-starchy vegetables, “safe” starches, and a variety of healthy fats (such as monounsaturated and saturated fats) is the ideal diet

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Christie Haymond
Holistic Health Coach
Raleigh, North Carolina

I love the prima/paleo template as a guide to find our way back to human eating. Eating locally, seasonally, and organically creates the foundation for us to find the foods that fuel our best life!

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Brendan Cook, L.Ac.
Wilmington, North Carolina

Humans cannot outrun biology, despite all our other advances. Nourishing our bodies with the foods we are optimized for, and treating ourselves with appropriate natural and holistic therapies, will lead to optimal health.

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Amy Hager, RD
Greensboro, North Carolina

My training in nutrition and dietetics has been enhanced by all the new & emerging research in the ancestral health movement. I focus time with my clients on connecting with motivators, positive emotions and personal meaning to help individuals strengthen their commitment

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Christopher Nagy, MD
Spencer, North Carolina

The human body is intuitively intelligent. Give it what it needs, avoid what is harmful and it will figure out the rest. A healthy, long life consists of controlling insulin levels and inflammation. Do those two things and you are well on your way to health.

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Becky Webb, NTP, CD (DONA)
Boone, North Carolina

Ancestral nutrition is the key to understand how our bodies are designed to work and function properly. Many of our ancestors experienced little disease due to a diet rich in nutrients and proper preparation of food.

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Michael Citron, MD
Raleigh, North Carolina

Traditional medicine has been inappropriately slow in appreciating the power of treating core issues vs a “pill for every ill”. It is my hope to continue to promulgate the power of Functional Medicine to my colleagues, as well as help patients overcome their problems.

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Stephanie Mottola, ND
Charlotte, North Carolina

It is becoming increasingly evident that natural history & anthropology holds answers to both causes and solutions to our most pressing health epidemics. The food culture of humans in “developed” countries is making us chronically sick. There is no end in sight.

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Robert McCarthy, DC
Greenville, North Carolina

If this country would teach the primal/paleo lifestyle we would dramatically reduce chronic health problems like cancer, heart disease and diabetes/obesity.

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