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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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Herby Bell, DC
Redwood City, California

Currently my practice is focused in addictionology and I see the recovery treatment community as the model for the emerging and true health care system in the United States. What a concept, recovering people don’t take drugs and innately default to the paleo lifestyle and what our genetic blueprint…

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Veronica Pike, FNP-C
Austin, Texas

I was first introduced to the Paleo/Primal diet through Crossfit. After switching to the diet myself, and witnessing first-hand the positive benefits, I began researching the diet and believe that it is not only the best option to help patients with weight management issues but also to help them achieve overall wellness and longevity…

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Howard Liebowitz, MD FAECP
Santa Monica, California

I have been teaching the Paleo Diet to my patients for the past 7 years. It makes so much sense to me that we should be eating the way we were genetically designed to eat. Most of our modern foods are “man made”. We are very clever in knowing how to invent foods. Unfortunately, many […]

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Helen Williams
Functional Nutritionist
Chipstead, Surrey, UK

After I graduated in 2003 I set up Surrey Nutrition Clinic to provide nutritional support to help clients achieve optimal health and wellbeing using a functional medicine approach. This means focusing on finding the root causes that may have triggered imbalances in the main body systems that underly…

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Liz Wolfe, NTP
Westmont, New Jersey

I’m a Certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner. This means I’m a holistic nutrition professional with the tools to evaluate digestive wellness, hormonal balance, nutrient sufficiency, and a host of other pieces to the puzzle of fitness and well-being. I don’t subscribe to the current concept of “healthy food” in America…

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Serena Murray, DC
Mooresville, North Carolina

The paleo/primal lifestyle is an excellent template to use to begin addressing chronic and lifestyle diseases. Along with diet, regular exercise and a positive outlook play into successfully treating disease…

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Anu Arasu, MBBS MRCP MRCGP
London, UK

We are not living in the Garden of Eden! Basic staples such as vegetables, fruit, nuts, roots and meat have been largely replaced with refined sugar, high fructose corn syrup, cereal, bread and pasteurized milk products – and our disease profiles have changed, which I believe is related. Getting back to the basic principles of […]

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Scott Ewing, DC
Niceville, Florida

Primal/paleo nutrition is one of the most important issues to understand. We are seeing amazing changes and transformation in our patients when they understand and embrace the process of high nutrient quality low sugar/carbohydrate nutrition. It’s very exciting to see peoples lives change but even more important to see families whose children will live amazing […]

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Beth Greene, DC
Haverhill, Massachusetts

I embraced the primal way of eating a couple of years ago. This way of eating has helped my body heal from a multitude of digestive problems and I have never felt better! This way of eating makes so much sense and I get very excited sharing it with others. I am always looking for […]

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Amanda Herzer, DC LAc
Chicago, Illinois

I think eating primal/paleo is the root to health care. Going to the doctor for medicine is “Sick Care” not health care. What we put in our bodies for nutrition is the most important thing…

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Rebecca Green, ND LAc
Palo Alto, California

I’m an avid reader in the field of health and nutrition and tried every diet I deemed reasonable from the time I was in middle school. Somewhere in the midst of cooking and wearing out my library card, I found the work of Weston Price and, later, Sally Fallon. I went on to do an […]

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