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Nadia Taylor, MD
Berkeley Lake, Georgia

I believe our ancestors ate better because they were closer to food production. Now we are so far removed that for the most part, we are eating ‘dead’ food.

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Brett Gschwend, DC
Sulphur Louisiana

I feel that the understanding of human biology from an evolutionary stance is crucial in maintaining health in today’s world. Without this understanding, we can not make necessary adaptations in our lives to prevent and/or reverse dis-ease neurologically, physically, physiologically, or psychologically.

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Adrian Raphael, DC
Brampton, Ontario

Evolution gives us insight into the environment that our DNA was forged. We can use this information to then study the physiological impact of present day chemical, physical, and emotional stressors, giving us clear cut action steps to move towards higher levels of health.

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Margaret Floyd, NTP, CGP, RWP
Culver City, California

I believe strongly that our diet is a key foundation to health and that our bodies are designed to eat real, whole-foods that are nutrient-dense and prepared in such a way to preserve their maximum nutritional value and bio-availability.

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Abigail Egginton, ND
Pleasantville, New York

The increased popularity of the Paleo diet has helped many people to realize that healthy eating is simple, easy, and makes you feel good! As a naturopathic doctor, my philosophy is closely aligned with Ancestral Health. I love working with patients…

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Kent Christianson, DC
Naperville, Illinois

My goal is to motivate people to live subluxation free. Subluxations are the interference’s in the nerve systems that cause the body to exhaust itself trying to survive the stresses of life. I do this by educating people about their nerve system and spine…

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Jodi Lee
Holistic Nutritionist
Labarriere, Manitoba

When did common sense become a super power? While I am thoroughly familiar with the science of whole foods, I also subscribe to school of common sense nutrition. Fats, salt, organ meats, sunshine all helped our ancestors live long disease free lives.

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Denise Trudeau, FDN, FMP, CEPC
Mesa, Arizona

Common is not normal and the the symptoms you may be experiencing are quite typical. Like the inability to lose weight, pre-diabetes or insulin insensitivity, exhaustion, moodiness, anxiety, sugar and food cravings, headaches, aches and pains…

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Meredith Kinsel-Ziter, NTP
Williston, Vermont

By addressing root causes of illness from an ancestral perspective, the challenges we face with our health begin to make sense. I believe in helping clients to honor their evolutionary history, while living in a modern world. I weave together analysis of both “nature” and “nurture”…

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Don Wetsel, L.Ac., BCTMB
Fairfield, Virginia

I’ve studied and practiced nutrition and the healing arts for many years. Every year it seemed like it was taking more and more to get client’s well. Once we implemented Nutrition Response Testing and lifestyle changes involving real food, client’s began to get well faster…

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Barry Boyd, MD, MS
Greenwich, Connecticut

Teach on evolution of western diet and origins of modern chronic disease. Research: psychosocial determinants of diet and lifestyle behavior. Early childhood origins of late adult chronic disease and nature of early human lifestyle and diet.

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Julie Johnson, NTP
Ketchum, Idaho

Good nutrition from foods grown with an understanding of their greater body services to prevent delinquencies, puts health in a positive position and will relieve us of the increasing struggle for additional medical services and hospitalization.

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