Ali Miller, RD, LD, CDE
Ali Miller, author of the Naturally Nourished: Food-as-Medicine for Optimal Health cookbook and The Anti-Anxiety Diet, is an integrative functional medicine practitioner with a background in naturopathic medicine. She is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator with a contagious passion for food as medicine, developing clinical protocols and virtual programs using nutrients and food as the foundation of treatment. Her Food-As-Medicine philosophy is supported by up-to-date scientific research for a functional approach to healing the body. Ali is a renowned expert in the ketogenic diet with over a decade of clinical results using a unique whole foods approach to a high fat, low carb protocol. Ali’s message has influenced millions through media with television segments; features in O!, Women's Health, and Prevention Magazine; her award-winning podcast, Naturally Nourished; and within the medical community. Ali’s expertise can be accessed through her website www.alimillerRD.com offering her blog, podcasts, virtual learning, and access to her practice Naturally Nourished.
Sheila Kilbane, MD
Dr. Kilbane graduated from the Ohio State University College of Medicine with a residency at the Carolinas Medical Center and a fellowship at the University of Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine where she studied with Dr. Andrew Weil. This is where she learned how every aspect of our environment affects our immune system, from what we eat, how we live, and what we believe. Dr. Kilbane now sees patients as a pediatrician in Charlotte, NC, where she has developed an individualized plan that strengthens each child's immune system, decreases their overall inflammation, and heals them from the inside out. Her goal is to get to the root of the illness whether it is eczema, reflux, chronic runny nose, recurrent ear or sinus infections, asthma, allergies, constipation, or stomach aches.
Emily Fritchey, "The Skin Whisperer"
Emily Fritchey is a Holistic Skin Therapist whose cutting-edge approach to dramatic skin transformation has made her not only a respected trend-setter among her peers in the field of aesthetics and cosmetic surgery, but an award-winning product formulator and expert on the use and application of herbal medicine and botanical skin treatments for aging and problem skin conditions. Preceding her many years in the aesthetics field was her own painful struggle with problem skin that conventional medicine could not resolve. This led her to intense study in the field of cosmetic chemistry, nutrition, herbology, and natural medicine that ultimately led not only to the solution and resolution of her chronic skin disorders, but to the development of her own results-oriented Sunshine Botanicals line of natural skincare products, awarded the “Beauty with a Conscience” award from Natural Solutions Magazine for excellence in product formulation three times. Her unique approach to product formulation has been published in beauty media as well as major medical journals including Cosmetic Surgery Times and Dermatology Times. Emily is a member of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists and is dedicated to the advancement of cosmetic science and the use and validation of herbal medicine in contemporary, corrective skin therapy from a botanical perspective.
Dave Murphy, Food Democracy Now!
Dave Murphy is the founder and executive director of Food Democracy Now!, a grassroots movement of more than 650,000 American farmers and citizens dedicated to reforming policies relating to food, agriculture, and the environment. Murphy has been called “the most crucial and politically savvy actor in the ongoing efforts to help move American agriculture into the 21st century” as a result of his Sustainable Dozen campaign, which resulted in four candidates being placed in high level positions at the USDA, and his efforts to reform food and agriculture under the Obama administration. In 2006, Murphy moved back to Iowa to help stop a factory farm from being built near his sister’s farm. After seeing the loss of basic democratic rights of rural Iowans, Murphy decided to stay in Iowa to fight for Iowa’s farmers and rural residents and expose the flaws of industrial agriculture to help create a more sustainable future for all Americans. In 2007, Murphy organized the Food and Family Farm Presidential Summit, where 5 of the 6 Democratic candidates pledged their support to help save family farm agriculture, and he filmed then-Senator Barack Obama’s now famous promise to Iowa farmers to label genetically engineered foods. Previously, he has worked as an environmental and food policy lobbyist and political strategist. His writing has appeared in The Nation, The Hill, The Huffington Post, and The New York Times.
Peter Osborne, DC, DACBN, PScD
Dr. Osborne is the clinical director of Origins Health Care in Sugar Land, Texas. He is a Doctor of Chiropractic, Doctor of pastoral science, and a Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist. Oftentimes referred to as “The Gluten Free Warrior,” he is one of the most sought after alternative medicine doctors in the world. His practice is centered on helping those with painful chronic degenerative and autoimmune diseases using natural methods. He is one of the world’s leading authorities on gluten sensitivity and lectures nationally to both the public as well as doctors on this and many other nutritionally related topics.
Traci Duez, Thought Coach
Traci is Founder & CEO of Break Free Consulting LLC and the author of Breaking Free: Leading the Way by Learning First to Lead Yourself. An accomplished and sought-after coach and mentor, she has spoken at over 100 national and international events including places like Trinidad, Canada, and Amsterdam. Traci's mind-growing capabilities help you break free from current challenges by teaching you how to raise your level of thinking. Traci focuses on helping you find the 5 P's in life: purpose, power, peace, passion, and prosperity. Over 17,000 leaders, executives, business owners and managers have heard her keynote presentations, attended her workshops, and participated in her corporate training events.
Milton Bastidas, DC
Dr. Bastidas was born in Colombia and is a graduate of Texas Chiropractic College with additional certification in Functional Medicine. He is Founder of True Lifelong Wellness Center and has been in practice since 1998 treating skeletal conditions, sports injuries, and systemic disorders. Dr. Bastidas is also Vice President of the College of Integrative Medicine (CIM) as well as Director of Health and Wellness at Trucker District. Dr. Bastidas has a passion for soccer which put him through college at Texas Lutheran University and is very sought after in the soccer community for rehabilitation and nutritional counselling. He is also an expert in the use of laboratory analysis and enzyme nutrition as part of a functional and natural approach to well-being. As a lead researcher in Transformation Enzyme Corporation’s research and development team, Dr. Bastidas has co-directed two clinical studies showing the benefits of enzyme supplementation on systemic inflammation and gastrointestinal dysfunction as well as a most recent pilot study on the effects of enzyme therapy on Glyphosate detoxification.
Rolf Habersang, MD
Dr. Rolf Habersang is a physician who practiced Pediatric Critical Care Medicine (1975-2013) and to this day provides care for children with special / chronic health conditions. He has been practicing and teaching since 1973 and is a highly sought after speaker. Dr. Habersang has served on several committees for the State of Texas, Texas Tech University Health Science Center, at two different hospitals in Amarillo, within professional/community functions, and with a number of scientific and professional societies. He has been a guest speaker at seminars since 1989 and has received numerous awards for his achievements. Dr. Habersang is the Medical Director of ICAM (Integrated Complementary Alternative Medicine) in Amarillo and Clinical Advisor for Transformation Enzyme Corporation. Dr. Habersang is also Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at TTUHSC (Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center) Amarillo and Medical Director of Pedi-Providers at TTUHSC-Amarillo.
DicQie Fuller, PhD, DrSc, ND, CNC
Dr. Fuller has enjoyed and been blessed by her thirty-plus years as a clinician, educator, researcher, and author. She has earned two Ph.Ds, one in Health Science and the other in Dietetic Nutrition, and also holds a degree as Naturopathic doctor from Germany’s Kneipp Heilpraktiker Akademie. Her passion in the last 35 years has been in the realm of Enzyme Therapy along with Biochemical Individualism and their use in bringing balance to the body whether involving our health, thoughts, or harmful beliefs. Dr. Fuller also continues to research and study the changes in our food supply and their effects on child development. All of her research and clinical study are with the practitioner in mind, giving them practical, science-based solutions transforming the lives of all people. “I personally believe good health is not an unobtainable privilege meant to be savored only by the fortunate, but rather, it is a right that should be enjoyed by anyone who is willing to take the time to learn how to take care of his or her own body.” Follow her latest work at DrDicQie.com.
Amy Rawls, MS, RD, LD
Ms. Rawls is a board certified registered dietitian, certified INFMT therapist, and therapeutic lifestyle healthcare practitioner. She obtained her Master’s degree with a Dietetic residency through Lamar University and has ten years of experience applying functional nutrition practices to an array of metabolic clinical states. Amy is currently Manager of Clinical Services for TEC and is responsible for our System 11 Catalyst webinar series as well as both individual and team training on enzyme protocols including the Thrive in 63 wellness program based on our 63-day clinical study on nutrition and enzyme therapy for Leaky Gut.