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Dr. Marilyn Glenville PhD is the UK’s leading nutritionist specializing in women’s health. She is the former President of the Food and Health Forum at the Royal Society of Medicine, a registered nutritionist, psychologist, author and popular broadcaster who obtained her doctorate from Cambridge University.
Dr. Mao Shing Ni, known as Dr. Mao, is a 38th-generation doctor of Chinese medicine and an authority on Taoist anti-aging medicine. He was born into a medical family and started his medical training with his father, a renowned physician of Chinese medicine and Taoist Master, and continued his training in schools both in the U.S. and China.
Practising herbal medicine is a great honour for me. To be able to enter into a wholesome healing relationship with my patients and to utilise the powerful effects of natural plant medicines is my life’s work.
I’m a wife, mother, author and naturopathic doctor.
I am the owner and medical director of an integrative medical practice called RestorMedicine here in San Diego where I work with all types of different conditions, from autism to preconception health care to Lyme disease.
Ulyana Michailov is a naturopath, acupuncturist, and yoga teacher from Adelaide, Australia. Ulyana is dedicated to the healing arts and holds qualifications in herbal medicine, nutrition, and traditional Chinese medicine.
Growing up Ulyana would consistently seek out the wilderness; she still describes herself as a “hippie at heart”.
Chris Gambatese is a medical herbalist, practicing in Cork, Ireland. Chris is originally from Cleveland, Ohio but left the States 22 years ago and has made his home in Ireland for the last 18 years by way of Spain, Finland, Greece, and Hungary. He began his obsession with plants while living in a tree house for 6 months in an ancient oak woodland in Co. Wicklow in 1997.
Dr. Steven Lin is a board accredited dentist trained at the University of Sydney with a background in biomedical science, nutrition and fitness. His mission is to help people understand the relationship between their mouth, their diet and their health.
Some folks come into this world blessed with a seemingly superhuman metabolism. If you don’t happen to be one of those lucky people, there are some common (and delicious) foods you can incorporate into your
Most (reasonably healthy) diets provide enough protein. Eating a variety of foods will ensure that you also get all of the amino acids you need. Animal protein and vegetable protein have largely the same effects