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Steven Katz, DDS
Somers Point, New Jersey

4 pillars to good health: diet, exercise, sleep being. We can use our ancestral forefathers as a guide to all of these.

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Emily Kiberd, DC
New York, New York

At Urban Wellness Clinic, we know New Yorkers play hard and work harder. There’s no time to waste on ineffective healthcare, which is why we don’t chase symptoms — we solve problems.

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Sebastian Castelli, DC
Jacksonville, Florida

We spent thousands of years eating real food, and our bodies and genetics have been programmed for such. It is unrealistic, unnatural, and counterproductive to think we can and should eat the "SAD" diet that is today's American diet.

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Michael Roesslein, FDN
Fort Defiance, Arizona

The further we stray from our natural state of health, the more chronic conditions and diseases we face. Whether this is in the form of increased stress, environmental toxicities, fake food, or any other aspect of our "modern, civilized" lives, the body reacts in the same ways.

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Carol Lourie, ND, LAc
Berkeley, California

We are living in an age where stress and toxicity are increasing exponentially. This is having a profound affect on our planet and our health. More people are presenting with a deeper level of illness and one of the causes of this is the separation...

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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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Jeanette Welker, FNP
Eugene, Oregon

I am passionate about health verses disease management. After taking some time off to raise my three daughters, I had the opportunity to decide what type of health care I wanted to focus on. I had had many times that I felt I needed better tools to help clients be successful with making life style changes.

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Eric Grasser, MD
Santa Fe, New Mexico

Being one of the world's foremost experts on the integration of Ayurveda and Functional Medicine, I understand the value and tradition of ancestral health and how to use the best of modern science to customize treatments for patients.

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Michelle Corey, CNC
Taos, New Mexico

After healing my own autoimmune condition and helping over 600 clients to do the same, there is no question left in my mind about how our bodies are designed to live and eat. We needn't be mystified by the epidemics of chronic illnesses such as autoimmune, cancer and heart disease.

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Chrystyne Olivieri, DNP
Syosset, New York

As I live this lifestyle daily myself, it is easy to teach others, which is what I do every day with my patients. Some patients are obese, others already have insulin resistance, some have pre-diabetes (dysmetabolic syndrome).

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Lucia Cargill, FNP-C
Los Altos, California

I believe the body needs the good fats of the earth to maintain brain and tissues. It is not enough just to cut out sugar and high insulin resistant carbs. The rich, natural fats from animals and plants like olives and coconut are essential for good health...

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Kristi Brown, NTP
Eagle River, Alaska

In order for us as a society to be able to return to health, we have to return to a time that instinctively knew what health looked like. We must return to simple, un-processed foods and to learn how to listen to our own body's signals again.

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