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Debbie B. Patient ExpertHealth Maven

Lancaster, South Carolina
I'm a personal chef, so I prepare food for people who have specific nutritional/dietary needs, and I try to make everything taste just the way they like it. That's a challenge, but I thrive on challenges when they involve food and helping people achieve their goals!
Communities: Healthy Eating

Tummyblogger Health Maven

San Francisco, California
Tummyblogger is, of course, a pseudonym. Under my own name, I am a retired counseling/clinical psychologist, with additional experience in health policy analysis. This journal began as a diary of sorts of what I do (rather than the gritty details of what I experience) in day-to-day living. The diet changes for IBS are new to me, and I am still experimenting. I live alone, so I do not cook...
Communities: Digestive Health

Dr. Marc Schoen Health Maven

Los Angeles, California
Dr. Schoen has specialized in Mind-Body Medicine for over twenty five years. Currently, Dr. Schoen is an Assistant Clinical Professor at UCLA's School of Medicine, where he teaches and conducts research on Mind-Body Medicine and Hypnosis. Dr. Schoen’s research and practice is particularly focused on Hypnosis and how the mind affects the body. His sub interest is in the area...

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Isabel L.

Tucson, Arizona
Isabel Lizarazu grew up in a medical household in Bolivia, where her father is a highly respected physician. From an early age, she was exposed to both conventional and native healing methods, as well as Ayurvedic and Tibetan medicine. At 18 she went to Germany to study medicine but became disenchanted with conventional approaches to healing, and turned to studying the traditional medicines,...

Michelle McKenzie

San Francisco, California
MICHELLE MCKENZIE graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in nutrition and a minor in chemistry, giving her a deep understanding of food properties and their complex implications within the human body. She then went on to apply her knowledge of nutrition in a culinary setting at The Natural Gourmet Institute for Health and Culinary Arts, becoming immersed in...

gewal756

Tucson, Arizona
Stats, stats, stats. Not incredibly exiciting but someone has to do it. Working as a statistician means I engage in the development of mathematical theory and apply statistical theory and methods to collect, organize, interpret, and summarize numerical data to provide usable information. logo design phoenix az  tax preparation phoenix 

Kiva R. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine

Gila Wilderness, New Mexico
I'm an herbalist/herbwife in the Anima Medicine Woman Tradition, which is to say that my practice is focused on local plants, sustainability, whole person/whole plant understandings and earthy, practical ways of teaching people to work with the plants themselves rather than being dependent on experts. I've been influenced by the Appalachian healing I grew up around as well as the Mexican/Native...
Communities: General Medicine

Jason B.

Schodack, New York
I am chiropractor with a private practice in Schodack, NY. While striving to rid the world of back and neck pain, I also encourage my patients to be active in their health care.

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Bettendorf, Iowa
Growing up in Los Angeles offered to me a culinary experience I will always cherish. Family cooks and guests in my home were experts in preparing Jewish, Mexican, Middle and Far Eastern, and traditional dishes, which gave me a love for food and the creative outlet it provided. After graduating from the Culinary Institute of America in 1976, I began my journey as a professional chef. In 1998 I...