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Cayce Jehaimi, MD
Fort Myers, Florida

Ancestral health, the INEVITABLE ROADWAY TO HEALTH!

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Sarah Hanratty, BSc N.Med
Birmingham, UK

I work with individuals who want to improve cognitively and physically through diet and lifestyle changes. The brain doesn’t exist in isolation. It is influenced by our physical health. The link between digestion, food and brain health is of particular interest to me.

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Sara DeFrancesco, ND, MSOM
Portland, Oregon

Whatever you’re feeling right now—the pangs of aging, the sneaky suspicion something isn’t quite right, or the everyday onslaught of stress and the effects it’s having on your body—one thing is for sure…

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Todd Narson, DC
Miami Beach, Florida

The Food of Our Past is the Medicine of Our Future. My philosophy on health is very simple, Since we survived evolution by being able to adapt to our environment, it is simple to understand that the foods we ate throughout evolution created the physiologic systems of our body.

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Amy Byers, RN, ANP-BC, APNP
Shorewood, Wisconsin

I am a believer in the body’s incredible ability to heal itself and in people’s innate desire to allow it to do so when given the knowledge, power and support to realize that. I also strongly believe that the best way for us to take control of our personal health is to…

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Yasmin Nibbe, MD, FAAP
Berkeley, California

Although formally trained in conventional Western Medicine, Yasmin Nibbe, MD expands far beyond to apply an integrative, functional and preventive approach to her practice of medicine.

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Miles Meason, Ph.D.
Denver, Colorado

My passion and goal is to assist clients and couples to identify and understand the patterns they’re in and then help clients build confidence, improve relationships, find a sense of security, assert themselves with love…

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Marc Bubbs, ND, CSCS
Toronto, Ontario

I am a true believer that what you eat, how you move, and the way you live your life are the biggest factors in promoting health and preventing chronic diseases. The scientific literature tells us that 85% of chronic diseases are due to diet, exercise, and lifestyle factors.

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Joshua Rosinski, DC
Carlisle, Pennsylvania

Knowing where we have come from and the different genetic codes stamped into our DNA is highly beneficial when looking at the individual. Since no one is exactly the same being able to peak into what has developed and designed us over the years is an invaluable tool to understanding the interactions of the body […]

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Amy Neuzil, ND
Tortola, British Virgin Islands

I’m a naturopathic doctor, speaker, author of DIY Health: For Women, blogger and teacher. If you’re not familiar with naturopaths, we’re a whole lot different from the doctor you’re used to. NDs try to find the root cause of disease, the imbalance in your life that is leading to disharmony.

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Karen Hufnagl, DC, MS
Boulder, Colorado

Food is a critically important foundation for health and healing and it is always in the forefront of my work with patients, be that in managing conditions ranging from autoimmunity, adrenal fatigue, cardiovascular disease, and blood sugar and insulin disorders, to gastrointestinal conditions…

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Amy Pamensky
Clinical Nutritionist & Holistic Health Coach
San Diego, California

While every person has a unique genetic makeup, there are some general guidelines that we can all benefit from in this modern day and age. When searching for the answers of “what to eat, “how to live,” and “how to avoid chronic modern day disease

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