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Sharilyn Rennie, ND
Wheaton, Illinois

My approach is to provide functional, internal medicine, which focuses on the body as an integrated system. I am interested in all internal medicine specialties, but those of particular interest to me are rheumatology, cardiology and gastrointestinal medicine.

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Mandy Hannan, MSN, RN
Metropolis, Illinois

I feel that looking at the bigger picture of health through nutrition can greatly impact one’s life in many ways. We have come to rely on a society that turns to faster, cheaper, fake foods and pills as a cure-all. We no longer have “time” for prevention…

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Kelley Teixeira, ARNP
Altamonte Springs, Florida

In my training, I was told that “it starts in the gut.” This is because the Standard American Diet (SAD) is devoid of nutrients and causes inflammation that leads to further nutritional imbalances. The Paleo diet removes the top four allergens that people have…

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Corina Baylis, MBBS
Mosman, New South Wales

I believe in an wholistic, whole-person approach to medicine. Our health and well-being are directly linked to our nutrition, how we move, how well we sleep, how we play and have down-time and how we cope with stress. I believe that the foundation of good nutrition…

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Brittany Anderson, RN, MSN
Franklin, Tennessee

I truly believe that the foods we consume have a major impact on our body, mind, and overall wellness. The root cause of most, if not all illness is inflammation, and the most effective way to reduce inflammation is by healing the gut with quality nutrition.

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Kristen Mancinelli, MS, RD
Los Angeles, California

There are people around the world who eat whole, healthful foods with enjoyment and gratitude, and consider meals a celebrated time with family and loved ones rather than an interruption to the day’s busyness that must be gotten through as quickly as possible.

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Ryan Crandall, BS, PTA
Albuquerque, New Mexico

I thoroughly enjoy helping people have more fun and functional lives with less pain & injuries. Funny thing, via my approach people end up often LOSING fat, gaining energy, and gaining muscle. Let’s LEARN together and make your journey to health FUN and LIFE LONG!

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Heather Moday, MD
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

I look at ancestral health not as just the paleo diet. This overlooks the just as equally important aspects of proper sleep, having fun in your life, stress management and functional exercise. All of these aspects support the hormonal balance that keeps us healthy.

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Wendy Meyers, RN, CHN
Houston, Texas

At Men Only Weight Loss, we have educated and coached over a thousand men to the best health, weight loss and “male vitality” of their lives. We understand that nutrition and lifestyle are the most important factors in long-term weight management.

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Katherine Mossop, CNP
Toronto, Ontario

We’ve lost touch in the last century of what real food truly is. Our supermarkets are lined with more packaged and shelf stable ‘foods’ than fresh, and we are living in a society where chronic inflammation and disease are flourishing. The foods we choose to eat have the greatest impact on our health.

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Houston Anderson, DC
Chandler, Arizona

Very early on in my career as a physician I realized that diet, lifestyle and specific nutrition could provide just as much if not more benefit to my patients than anything else. Since then I have tried to be as natural and holistic as possible to provide an example for those looking to change their […]

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Corey Schuler, MS, DC, CNS, LN
Hudson, Wisconsin

In regards to both nutrition and movement, we suggest thinking about how the human body adapts to the environment and has done so throughout generations. Modern stresses and situations are likely not the optimal conditions for our species to thrive.

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