Dr. Colleen Huber
Dr. Colleen Huber founded the NatureWorksBest Clinic, and now is currently on sabbatical from practicing medicine, while writing books and articles, and staying involved with the clinic. Dr. Huber has served as President of the Naturopathic Cancer Society and co-founded the American Naturopathic Research Institute / Naturopathic Oncology Research Institute. At NatureWorksBest Clinic, the data supporting the clinic’s results in cancer treatment can be found here. Dr. Huber was the principal keynote speaker at the 2015 Euro Cancer Summit, and in 2014 was a speaker at the World Congress on Cancer Science and Therapy, and at the International Congress of Naturopathic Medicine. Many of her health articles have appeared on colleenhuber.substack.com. Her writing includes her book Choose Your Foods Like Your Life Depends On Them, Manifesto for a Cancer Patient, and other books and articles. Dr. Huber authored the largest and longest study in medical history on sugar intake in cancer patients, which was reported in thousands of media outlets around the world in 2014. Her academic writing has appeared in The Lancet and Cancer Strategies Journal, and other medical journals.
Dr. Nick Shah
Dr. Nick Shah NMD is a licensed Naturopathic Medical Doctor, offering patient-centered care at NatureWorksBest clinic in Tempe and his practice in Scottsdale. His integrative treatment approach combines evidence-based modern medicine with natural therapies that are designed to optimize health. Along with naturopathic medicine, Dr. Shah has received advanced training in IV nutrient therapy through the American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM) and the International IV Nutritional Therapy Global Physician Education (IIVNTP).
He is passionate about helping his patients recover from chronic illness and return to a state of well-being. His interest in oncology further deepened as he observed his father-in-law’s dedication to his patients as an esteemed oncologist in Texas, which continues to serve as a source of inspiration for him. Dr. Shah believes in treating patients holistically, focusing on the whole person and addressing the root causes of disease to stimulate the body’s innate healing capacity.
Dr. Shah provides a personalized treatment plan for patients, incorporating safe and effective therapies that work in synergy to maximize health outcomes. He is trained in conventional medical treatments and naturopathic modalities such as IV nutrient therapy, nutrition and lifestyle medicine, botanical medicine, neurofeedback therapy, and acupuncture.
Dr. Shah graduated from the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine. He holds a dual Bachelor of Science in Biology and a Bachelor of Arts in French from Texas Tech University, and is fluent in 3 languages (English, French, Hindi). His professional associations include Arizona Naturopathic Medical Association (AzNMA), American Association of Naturopathic Physicians (AANP), and International Society for Neuroregulation & Research (ISNR).
Dr. Alan Bradford
Dr. Alan Bradford, NMD is a licensed Naturopathic Medical Doctor. After graduating with honors with a Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition at Arizona State University, he completed a doctorate from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine. He is passionate about vitalistic natural medicine and helping patients achieve optimum health. Dr. Bradford has extensive training in metabolic disease, hormones, and using nutrition as a means to heal. This includes expertise in IV nutrient therapy, a foundational piece of the cancer protocols at Nature Works Best.He is the co-author of Please Bless the Refreshments: How to Really Nourish and Strengthen Your Body, and co-host of the popular podcast Community Guidelines, which features uncensored conversation about medical freedom, informed consent, and natural medicine.Since 2018, Dr. Bradford has been one of the only naturopathic physicians in Arizona credentialed to provide acupuncture services in the hospital setting. He holds a certification from the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association, and uses acupuncture as a means to treat addiction and substance abuse recovery, chronic pain, and as an adjunctive therapy in cancer treatment.
Dr. Bradford is a strong advocate for personal medical choice and freedom. He approaches medicine with the idea that simple, personalized, gentle therapies are often best. Give the body what it needs to heal, and get out of the way.You can connect with Dr. Bradford online at Gab.com, Instagram, or subscribe to his free newsletter.
In Please Bless the Refreshments, Dr. Bradford and Dr. Sexton explore the connection between faith, religion, and healthy living. Healthy living is more than just what you put in your mouth to eat. There are multiple components to help one achieve optimal health.
Dr. Bradford and Dr. Sexton dive into an essential, but rarely discussed, topic. Cultural heritage, social milieu and religious community are all basic factors that create the patterns that we live by: even sleep cycles, activity patterns and what we eat. Focusing mostly on the latter, the authors look at a background of contemporary American upbringing in a culture that celebrates the nutritional impoverishment of the Standard American Diet. They step back and examine culturally reinforced patterns of eating. This the first step in making better choices. As naturopathic physicians, these two doctors are by training among the best qualified to lead the way forward toward more informed choices of high quality foods.
Manifesto for a Cancer Patient
What choices do cancer patients have? Why do those choices seem so few? This book is a manifesto for patient rights and a manual through the cancer journey, from a doctor’s perspective. A newly diagnosed cancer patient is told: “There is nothing else that works against your cancer except chemotherapy and radiation. So you are going to start chemo now.”
It doesn’t have to be this way. Completely different treatments for cancer exist and are discussed in this book.
Cancer patients who choose naturopathic treatments over chemotherapy are berated by those who had already decided on a treatment plan. Naturopathic physicians treat cancer patients, and are criticized by paradigm doctors. Is the war against cancer, or against alternatives to the status quo?
Choose Your Foods Like Your Life Depends On Them
Examine the relationship between the foods you eat and the symptoms you manifest. We eat our way into our symptoms, and we can eat our way back out.
This book offers a challenge along with redemption: Forget everything you ate until today, and start over. The choice is between a set of foods that will nourish you and enhance your longevity on the one hand, and the foods that tear you down subtly and gradually on the other. More importantly, that choice is always in front of you. You can turn around bad habits, bad choices and the resulting bad symptoms at any time. Here are some strategies to get started. Do it now, because you’re better off preserving the health you have than letting it deteriorate.
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