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Gregory Ashby, CHHC
Riverdale, Utah

My philosophy is of Biochemical Individuality. There is not one diet that fits all. My personal diet is a modified paleo.

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Holly Knudson, FDN
Sandy, Utah

Ancestral health is a critical component of my Hormonal Balancing/Weight-Loss Program as I practice Metabolic Typing/Nutritional Balancing and believe that no one eating plan is right for everyone because we all have different genetics and ancestry.

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Tineke Malus, ND
Midway, Utah

Moving toward a mostly or more paleo centric diet is something that will produce health benefits in the short and long term for most people. I look at life history, family history and genetic factors in helping people determine the best balance in their diet.

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Jared Anderson, DC
Salt Lake City, Utah

It is an invaluable piece of the health/preventative care puzzle in assisting patients to reclaim their health and their lives. “It’s not the years in your life but the quality of your years”

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Leslie Peterson, ND
Salt Lake City, Utah

The primal/paleo approach fixes guts, moods, energy, helps with weight loss, calms the immune system and inflammatory states in the body. It is an essential component to healing all autoimmune conditions. I recommend this diet, and provide my patients with resources and information.

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Corey Sundrup, DC
Ogden, Utah

Primal/Paleo based diets are the only diets I recommend to my patients. I am currently working on a Primal/Paleo diet book with recipes. Due out 2013…

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Jerald Duggar, DC
Bountiful, Utah

There is certainly a lot of confusion about nutrition in the world today. I see it as my responsibility to help my clients understand how their body utilizes food and how they can learn for themselves which types of foods are best for them. My wife has written over 6 cookbooks with a “real food” […]

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Erik Schlobohm, DC
South Jordan, Utah

We use the paleo diet in our office for a couple of reasons. One it just makes sense and is sound and backed by a lot of evidence. It is also easy for patients to research and fairly easy to follow. A lot of other protocols that may make sense are just complicated for patients […]

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Rick Henriksen, MD, MPP
Salt Lake City, Utah

As an athlete myself, I recognize the importance of the nutrition, exercise, and healthy habits have on our overall health and well-being. My eating habits are based off of “Paleo for Athletes.” Of course I have modified the program to fit my needs. I am interested in helping people understand how overall health is related […]

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