Hyla Cass MD
Dr. Hyla Cass is one of the country’s foremost authors and speakers on the subject of integrative medicine. A former Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at UCLA School of Medicine, she has incorporated nutrition and natural health techniques into her practice for more than 20 years.
Learn more about Dr. Hyla Cass on her website: Hyla Cass, MD
Michael Galitzer, MD
Dr. Michael Galitzer is a nationally recognized expert in anti-aging medicine and bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT). He has been featured in many of Suzanne Somers’ books, including the newly released Knockout, a compilation of interviews with doctors who are curing cancer.
Learn more about Dr. Michael Galitzer on his website: The American Health Institute
Janet Hranicky, PhD
Dr. Janet Hranicky is an established leader in PsychoNeuroImmunology and the role of the mind and consciousness in anti-aging and longevity, known for her pioneering work over the last 30 years with world renowned O. Carl Simonton, M.D. and their ground breaking work in the field of mind/body medicine and cancer with the Simonton Cancer Center.
Learn more about Dr. Janet Hranicky on her website: The American Health Institute
Dani Rhoades, Certified Nutrition Consultant
Dani Rhoades is a certified Nutrition Consultant with a passion for creating a greater awareness for real food, nutrition and sustainability. After years of suffering from undiagnosed chronic illness she began researching health on her own and in a short amount of time she began experiencing healing through food. Overtime her health was completely restored and her passion for nutrition was growing. Upon completing her bachelor’s of arts from UCSB she went on to pursue her dreams of opening her own practice in nutrition. After studying at Bauman College, a school for holistic nutrition and culinary arts she opened Wholesome Practices, her private nutrition practice where she uses diet and lifestyle to help restore balance to the body.
Learn more about Dani Rhoades on her website: Wholesome Practices