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Emma Rushe, BSc
Nutritional Medicine
Bath, Somerset

How you choose to eat and live can have a huge impact on health, there’s no way round that. Our lives today have simply become out of sync with the bodies we inhabit, leading to an increase in variety and severity of chronic disease from diabetes to depression, cancer to autoimmune disease.

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Julia Williams, DO, ND
London, UK

I would like as many people as possible to be aware of the implications of their lifestyle on their health and happiness and to be able to make informed choices as to how to live their lives. I would like the information to be as easy to understand and source as possible…

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Sarah Hanratty, BSc N.Med
Birmingham, UK

I work with individuals who want to improve cognitively and physically through diet and lifestyle changes. The brain doesn’t exist in isolation. It is influenced by our physical health. The link between digestion, food and brain health is of particular interest to me.

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Joe James Tilley, DC
Epsom, Surrey

We have to live congruently with our genetics. Our genes have not changed in thousands of years, yet our environment has changed hugely. It is therefore essential for us to address lifestyle when it comes to achieving health.

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Laura Mussell, NTP
New Malden, Surrey

I believe in a naturopathic approach to health which to me means growing, preparing and consuming foods in the way that God intended for us and as close to its original state as possible. The quality and purity of our food is crucial…

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Gary Hawkins, Nutritionist
Maidstone, Kent

The fundamentals of the Paleo diet can not be argued with. Organic meat, veggies & fruit; are all exactly what our bodies need.

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Tom York, MD
London

I feel that a huge part of medical treatment is overlooked in the typical health system. Patients see a doctor when they are unwell. The doctor then gives them medication to try and fix the specific problem. If we take a step back and see what the patient does before they become sick in the […]

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Michelle Williams
Registered Dental Hygienist
Warwick, Warwickshire

I have always had a keen interest in nutrition for most of my adult life and have sought information and tried various approaches to living a vibrant, chronic disease-free life but it was not until I came across an article about eating the way our primitive ancestors did that I felt I had I found […]

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Tatiana Mercier
Naturopathic Nutritional Therapist
Weybridge, Surrey

I definitely believe that eating, drinking, and exercising more like our paleolithic ancestors leads to major health benefits that are pretty remarkable: consistent, steady, healthy weight loss; impressive rise in energy levels

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Zoe Gray, Nutritionist
Bristol, Avon

Food becomes the physical structures of the body and also runs those structures. Good quality meats, fish, eggs, seafood, vegetables and fruits provide the raw materials for the body to function, when the body can function there is no opportunity for under functioning or disease.

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Elena Leschen, MD
Stirling, Scotland

Paleo diet (and its modifications) provide a solid foundation for healing, particularly important in chronic degenerative conditions. Most of my patients follow it and see improvements in their health.

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Sarah Firnberg
Nutritionist & Medical Herbalist
Birmingham, UK

There is absolutely no doubt that the paleo diet and lifestyle can turn your health and your life around in a radical way. However, I understand that it is be easier for some people than others to make the changes and I am experienced at helping you to introduce these changes at a speed which […]

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