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Mark Woodall, ND
Issaqua, Washington

Food is Medicine, right? People say this all the time at nutrition conferences, local lectures and in millions of books, blogs, and articles. Yet very often I don’t see food being used as medicine.

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Deborah Epstein, ND
Seattle, Washington

A healthy lifestyle is fundamental to good health, and thus should be a cornerstone of all good healthcare. As obvious as that sounds, this truism seems to have no bearing on healthcare as it is practiced by mainstream physicians today.

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Patricia Sylwester, MD
Olympia, Washington

At Vital Rejuvenation we use the scientific principles of evolutionary nutrition and epigenetics to design transformative programs for our patients. The result is improved physical, emotional and psychological health.

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Mark McCabe, MD
Seattle, Washington

The idea that humans have evolved eating a certain way and that many of our modern health problems are the result from straying from this way is a profound and powerful concept that easily can transform illness and return people to healthful…

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Laura Tobias, MS, RD, CD
Seattle, Washington

At Paleo Health, we realize that there is no “one-size-fits-all” approach to diet and nutrition. In fact, this is one of the most challenging things about being a Registered Dietitian; what works for one person may not work for everyone.

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Jennifer Heiger, ND
Seattle, Washington

I have followed the works of the Weston A. Price foundation and Dr. David Perlmutter, among others who have strong areas of interest in ancestral health. Nutrition is a vital part of overall wellbeing, and looking into how we are meant to eat is important to prevent and cure disease.

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Sarah Ann Lambrix, NTP
Olympia, Washington

Let’s go back to basics. Back to a time when we picked and grew what we ate. When we hunted our meat and the most exotic food stuff we called spices. There are many things back in time that can be and should be brought back.

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Erik Waterland, DPT
Tacoma, Washington

Well rounded functional medicine must include the nutritional component. My patient’s physical wellbeing and rehabilitation is often limited by their dietary choices. I have found that I am discussing these topics on a daily basis while classic physical therapy interventions are occurring.

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Christine Schaffner, ND
Seattle, Washington

Diet is the foundation to our health. I was first exposed to ancestral health through the Weston Price Foundation. My philosophy is a combination of Weston Price, Paleo, and Anti-inflammatory Diet. Real food individualized to my patient’s unique biochemistry

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Gil Butler, NTP
Seattle, Washington

Many modern day health conditions can be improved or reversed using nutrition and lifestyle adjustments. Ancestral diets hold the key to figuring out what the problems are and the best way to fix them.

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Adam Geiger, ND
Seattle, Washington

I recently heard an excellent lecture by David Perlmutter that emphasized the importance of maintaining a diet rich in healthy fats, vegetables and lean protein to protect the brain as we age. This lecture, and the Grain Brain book he authored, is yet another call to move our diet away from carbohydrates

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William F. Wulsin, ND
Seattle, Washington

Human relationships with food(s) represent the single most important axis of rhythmic life support only exceeded by interpersonal relationships. Food interactions consistently present opportunities to exercise conscious choice. The Earth’s life abundant ecosystem provides the shared context of human beings and their foods.

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