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Jennifer Dorn, DC
Boise, Idaho

Back to the basics, trust in nature! I always tell people don’t mess with nature. We are living in a modern society were people are trying to be God, and screw up our food. There was a reason it was made that way, trust in it!

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Susan Gomes, RN, BSN
Glen Alpine, North Carolina

I feel that our evolution and genetics play a crucial role in our development of disease and the environment that we provide ourselves is a major contributor to gene expression and manifestation of these conditions. This is often overlooked in conventional circles but is a major piece of the puzzle.

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Saman Soheily, ND
Solana Beach, California

Ancestral health and evidence based medicine complement each other to produce excellent results in my patients.

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Michael McKenna, MD
Las Vegas, Nevada

Simply put, food is medicine. And real (whole) food is the best medicine, especially if carbohydrate load is optimized for each individual.

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Brooke Leverone, ND
San Diego, California

Dr. Leverone is passionate about educating her patients and empowering them to be an active participant in their own health. Educating her patients and providing them with treatment options is an important part of this doctor-patient relationship.

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Christine Perkins, ND
Calgary, Alberta

Our health begins long before we are born. We know now that diet plays an important role in the health of the unborn baby as well as mother but it is equally important that we acknowledge the role of genetics and epigenetics as DNA is passed from generation to generation…

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Eric Rottenberg, MD
New York, New York

As a urologist, Dr. Rottenberg has been working with hormones for the entirety of his practice, and hormonal balance is very much affected by lifestyle factors such as stress, sleep, exercise, and especially nutrition.

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Mark Burhenne, DDS
Sunnyvale, California

Functional dental medicine aims to look at the health of the body as a whole and treat root causes, instead of just symptoms. It is well documented that poor oral health increases our chance of heart disease, dementia, and diabetes.

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Esther Blum MS, RD
Weston, Connecticut

I look forward to helping you live your most gorgeous, authentic life, and feel amazing in your own skin, and helping you transform your mind, body, and soul.

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Dinah Walter, RN, BSN
Glendale, Arizona

Health care should start at the beginning. Maintaining good health before illness can take hold. The body is equipped to heal with support.

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John Rasmussen, DC
Spokane, Washington

I think everyone is unique as far as dietary and physical requirements to be healthy. We are all on a course to find what works and does not work for us. Our bodies have a high ability to heal and given the chance they will respond at a high level.

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Joseph DelGrosso, ND, RD, CDN
East Rochester, New York

In general, I believe health is best nurtured with the least invasive modalities that have the longest track history. This ensures you don’t run into a situation where your treatments are discovered to cause serious side-effect, be non-effective, or even dangerous.

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