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Andrea Walker, NTP
Seattle, Washington

My compass in doing this work is to look to the whole, nutrient dense foods that our planet provides, as close to their original form as possible. Our bodies are exquisitely tuned to function at optimal levels when provided with the foods that have fueled us…

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Stephanie Ewals, BS, NTP
Minneapolis, Minnesota

After being diagnosed with an Autoimmune condition I discovered the Paleo diet and lifestyle and found great improvements to my health and well being. While diet is a huge part of finding wellness, lifestyle changes are a part of it too.

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Kristi Cooke, NTP
Eugene, Oregon

One of the most beneficial ways to improve health naturally is to follow an ancestral diet, such as Paleo. It all starts with diet! The diets our ancestors ate have been proven to be most beneficial to the body, and include things such as bone broth and fermented foods.

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Marie Olson, BS, CC, NTP (Student)
Hampton, Virginia

I have a passion for whole foods, healthy eating and helping people to create quick, nutrient dense, properly prepared meals. Delicious, nourishing foods help us on so many levels, and I love to help create – and teach others to create – delicious foods!

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Jennifer Doctorovich, NTP
Houston, Texas

I believe in a nutrient dense, whole food diet but at the same time respect the bio individuality of each person. The most important aspect of eating well is to eliminate artificial foods, go back to eating REAL food, quality fats and proteins, and to pay attention to what our bodies need for proper energy.

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Jeff Woiton, NTP
Seattle, Washington

One good example is vegetarianism. My ancestors come from northern Europe, and they ate meat to survive harsh winters. If I were to go vegetarian, my body would not sustain that lifestyle for very long. Alternatively. I have a friend from Bangalore who is vegetarian…

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Nicole Brown, NTP, CGP
Kula, Hawaii

Ancestral health is exceptionally important for all aspects of feeling good and being healthy.

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Kariman Pierce, NTP, CGP
Tucson, Arizona

Our great grandparents had a tremendous amount of wisdom that we have long forgotten in our fast paced modern lifestyle. What was second nature to them is now something that needs to be relearned today to find our way back to individual and societal health.

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Erin Kenning, L.Ac.
New Orleans, Louisiana

It all starts with food! and assimilation and elimination, of course.

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Steve Wander, DC
Rockville, Maryland

My philosophy is simple: Find the cause of the problem through proper testing, then attack the cause(s) head on with non-invasive methods. I look within the body to see what the problems are and address those vs a method that tries to bully the symptoms of the body.

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Sarah Crider, PA-c
Killeen, Texas

I believe in a holistic approach to medicine, and try to take this path with all of my patients. Modern medicine has accomplished great things, but I believe that most of what I see on a day to day basis (heart disease, diabetes, and obesity) can be approached through a primal diet and lifestyle before […]

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Bridghid McMonagle, ND
Lake Oswego, Oregon

We were meant to eat real food and not chemicals. As a healthcare provider I try to help make these changes simple and habit forming. I have seen focus, skin, weight, energy and digestion change quickly.

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