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Opening January 6, 2020
Diabetes & Metabolism, Naturally
Dr. Chrystyne Olivieri
Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner
Certified Diabetes Specialist
325 Main Street, PO Box 368, Suite 2B
Northport, NY 11768
Taking appointments now
I'm serious about Health!!
Dr. Chrystyne Olivieri
Your Paleo Practitioner completed the book "The Paleo Advantage" in 2018.
It covers all the topics on this website and more!
1. What should you expect from seeing a Nurse Practitioner, a Certified Diabetes Educator or a Functional Medicine Practitioner. See how that differs from seeing a conventional Medical Doct2. Why Paleo? Because it is a healthy lifestyle, based in our ancient DNA and how we evolved as a species. We have been quite successful in our survival over 2.5 million years of evolution, however we are now in modern times. We are on the precipice of losing all we have gained simply due to the chronic diseases of our modern world.
3. What does the research have to say about our ancient ancestors? We have observed indigenous cultures on this planet for about 150 years and we don't see diabetes, cardiovascular disease, obesity and other common plagues on modern society. We have modern lives, but ancient DNA.
4. Read about how to prevent progression from prediabetes to type 2 diabetes through lifestyle modifications. What foods to eat more of and what foods to avoid are available in this book, on Amazon.com
Through this website, you will have access to the health education and lifestyle modifications necessary to prevent the loss of your health. Our current lifestyle choices are what causes us to develop the chronic diseases so prevalent in our culture of fast food, high carbohydrates, junk foods, poor nutrition and low fat diet.
Recent research into healthy food and nutrition has now been revealing that our beliefs in a low fat diet has been contributing to the development of many chronic diseases. Cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes and Alzheimer's disease are just 3 examples of disease largely the result of our poor diets.
Making lifestyle changes is hard. It may go against what you have been taught. However, we know that trying to mimic our ancestors and their healthy diet, we can become healthier and avoid the chronic diseases of our modern world.