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Adam Ball, DC
Sudbury, Ontario

I’ve adhered to the Paleo diet since 2009 and have been using it in practice since opening my doors in 2010. I have reversed signs and symptoms of diabetes, asthma, chronic fatigue, and heart palpitations. Without the solid base in diet and lifestyle, any care you receive, be it physiotherapy, naturopathy or Chiropractic, is less […]

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Kevin Cann, Nutritionist
Stow, Massachusetts

The Paleo diet is an important piece for the future of healthcare. It is a cost effective means to improve symptoms. Educating the public and giving them the knowledge to choose what means of treatment are best for them is also important. This can improve patient satisfaction all while increasing results with a more cost […]

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Summer Innanen
Registered Holistic Nutritionist
Toronto, Ontario

I believe that we have the power to heal ourselves and live our best life by fuelling our bodies the way nature intended. I have seen first-hand how an ancestral diet can dramatically improve one’s life and put them in optimal condition…

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Kate Callaghan
Holistic Nutritionist
Double Bay, New South Wales

The paleo/primal diet just makes sense. We are designed to eat real food, not the processed food-like substances that are so ubiquitous in the world today. Getting back to our roots, eating nutrient-dense foods and respecting our bodies through adequate sleep, play and stress management are key to long term health and prevention of…

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Elie Cole, L.Ac., LMT
Portland, Oregon

What we put into our mouths has an effect on everything that we feel and experience in our body, mind, and, I would argue, even our spirit. It is common for my Paleo students to get off their blood pressure drugs as well as their cholesterol drugs after eating Paleo for 30-60 days or more. […]

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Sarah Ramsden, MA CNP NNCP
Holistic Nutritionist
Toronto, Ontario

I love meeting clients who are not willing to accept their status quo, or who are not willing to let a diagnosis rule their life. My mantra is that health is not a destination but a series of good decisions, each reinforcing the next, leading to good habits that last…

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Terry Wahls, MD
Iowa City, Iowa

In addition to being a doctor, I am also a patient, having been diagnosed relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis in 2000. By 2003 I had transitioned to secondary progressive multiple sclerosis. I underwent chemotherapy in an attempt to slow the disease and began using a tilt-recline wheelchair because of weakness in my back muscles…

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Steven Murphy, MD
Greenwich, Connecticut

As Hippocrates once stated “Let your food be your medicine” it is increasingly clear that the food most of the world is eating is poison. By eating a diet mainly of fish, grass-fed pasture raised meats, vegetables, fruit, fungi, roots, and nuts, and excludes grains, legumes, dairy products, refined salt, refined sugar, and processed oils…

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Karla Austin
Nurse Practitioner
Springfield, Oregon

I almost died from Crohns 2 years ago. I had suffered with 105 fevers severe pain 30 bloody stools each day. My daily medications were Asacol, Azathioprine, Prednisone. and norco. After a year and near death my GI surgeon asked me to go on a gluten free and low carb diet.

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Sarah Bennett, ND
Toronto, Ontario

I believe that the seeking the most nutrient dense anti-inflammatory foods is essential for optimal health. I believe that the paleo/primal template for eating is the best way to achieve this along with a personalized health care plan. Although eating a whole foods, nutrient dense diet is ideal…

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Alison McGuire, LMP, MLIS
Bellevue, Washington

Primal and Paleo is very cutting edge. Primal/Paleo basically conveys a message that – from the perspective mainstream health care entities – down is up and up is down. So great is the perception that the SAD diet might someday prevail at creating widespread health…

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Zachary Taylor, MA, LPC
Maurertown, Virginia

While I do not believe in a “one diet fits all” approach, I have seen many patients feel better by following ancestral and traditional principles of eating, sleeping, and moving. My work closely follows principles outlined in the GAPS diet, SCD diet, and the Weston A. Price Foundation…

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