Dr. Joel Fuhrman
Dr. Fuhrman Joel Fuhrman M.D. is a board–certified family physician who specializes in preventing and reversing disease through nutritional and natural methods. His private practice is located in Flemington, New Jersey. Dr. Fuhrman is the author of “Eat To Live: The Revolutionary Plan for Fast and Sustained Weight Loss”, which was published by Little, Brown & Company in 2003 and has gone through eleven printings in hardcover and six printings in paperback. Foreign editions of “Eat To Live” are available in the U.K., Turkey, and Israel. Dr. Fuhrman’s first book, “Fasting and Eating for Health: A Medical Doctor’s Program for Conquering Disease”, was published in 1995 by St. Martin’s Press. Dr. Fuhrman’s next book, “Disease–Proof Your Child”, was published by St. Martin’s Press in April 2005. His most recent book, published in 2008, “Eat For Health” (a two volume set), is acclaimed as a medical breakthrough for weight loss, disease reversal and prevention
Dr. Bob Sears
“Dr. Sears” is one of the most trusted names in pediatrics. Dr. Bob Sears, along with his remarkable family, co-authored “The Baby Book“, “The Pregnancy Book“, and “The Healthiest Kid in the Neighborhood“. His refreshingly candid advice on the dangers that chemical additives in children’s foods present to their health and well-being (as seen in our June 2007 Newsletter) is a gift for which we are extremely grateful.
Dr. Kenneth Bock
If you have ever been concerned about allergies, asthma, ADHD or autism, then you recognize the critical role that the research of Dr. Kenneth Bock plays in the life of our children. As a pediatric neurotoxicologist, his work on “the 4-A’s” highlights the important role that diet can play in tackling these autoimmune disorders, and the risks that recently introduced neurotoxins in foods may present to the health of our children as seen in our August 2007 Newsletter. His recent appearance on the CBS Early Show demonstrates his intelligence and compassion.
Dr. Roy Steinbock
An M.D., F.A.A.P., board certified family pediatrician, Dr. Roy engages parents and families in his integrative approach to treating children in which he “focuses on the root cause of the problem with an aim to support his patients natural ability for healing.”
Dr. Shauna Young
Dr. Shauna Young is the owner and Medical Director of the Assertive Wellness Research Center of Durango, Colorado and the founder and Chief Medical Advisor of No Harm Foundation, a not-for-profit organization formed with the primary goal of releasing this vastly important information with the intent of ushering in a new paradigm in research and provide real help for countless suffering children and adults. Shauna now holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Natural Sciences and based on the merits of her research, theories and doctoral thesis on Manganism as it relates to Autism, was awarded a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Natural Sciences from the University of Natural Medicine in Santa Fe, New Mexico. In February of 2008 she was also Knighted (OSJ) into the international Sovereign Medical Order of the Knights Hospitaller in recognition of the unique impact of her work with Autism and for positively advancing the field of natural medicine in general.
Hyla Cass M.D.
Hyla Cass M.D. is a board-certified psychiatrist and nationally recognized expert on integrative medicine. She has appeared on such TV shows as The Dr. Oz Show, E! Entertainment, The View, and NBC-TV, numerous radio shows, and is widely quoted in national magazines. She is the author of several acclaimed books including: Natural Highs, 8 Weeks to Vibrant Health, and Supplement Your Prescription. She has developed specialized nutritional supplement formulas, and has a private practice in Pacific Palisades, CA. For more information see her website www.drcass.com.
Dr. David Ludwig (Former Advisor)
The integrity of Dr. Ludwig’s research earned him a place of honor at the AllergyKids’ table (not to mention that he insists that no junk be served!). Though he no longer serves on the advisory team, we often cite the work of Dr. Ludwig as his research and that of his team at Harvard University highlights the influential role that that industry funding plays in skewing scientific results. Dr. Ludwig’s work focuses on the risks that junk food present to the health our children, as seen in the New York Times, NBC Nightly News, Time Magazine and Ending the Food Fight.