Lindsey Duncan

Bio

With over 28 years of clinical experience naturopathic doctor and celebrity nutritionist, Dr. Lindsey Duncan is one of the world’s leading experts on superfoods, herbal medicine, natural remedies and natural health. From deep within the jungles of the Amazon Rainforest in Brazil to the valleys of the Himalayan Mountains of Inner Mongolia, Dr. Lindsey has studied with indigenous people around the globe bringing Mother Nature’s most powerful medicines to mainstream America, and he does it in an authentic way. 

His knowledge coupled with his unparalleled passion for helping people reach for optimum health and wellness is why he’s a frequent guest on top shows like “The View,” “Fox & Friends,” “The Dr. Oz Show,” and all of the major TV networks and has been quoted in the country’s most popular lifestyle and health magazines, including Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue, Town & Country and US Weekly, Vogue and many more.  More information is available on his website at www.drlindsey.com.

Specialties:

  • nutrition & dietetics

Affiliation:

  • Naturopathic Director

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Activity

  • Lindsey Duncan
    Lindsey Duncan answered:
    Zinc is a trace mineral/coenzyme that protects against free radical damage and promotes mental alertness. It's an essential mineral that supports healthy cells and immune function. Zinc also plays an important role in growth and development, neurological function, the immune system and in...Read More
  • Lindsey Duncan
    Lindsey Duncan answered:
    Natural sweeteners add sweetness but do not have some of the ill-effects of refined sugars and artificial sweeteners. The following are examples of natural sweeteners:
    • Stevia: Stevia is an all-natural sweetener made from the stevia leaf. Because stevia leaves are naturally sweet and have
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  • Lindsey Duncan
    Lindsey Duncan answered:
    Stevia is an all-natural sweetener made from the stevia leaf. Because stevia leaves are naturally sweet and have 300 times the sweetness of table sugar, you don't need to use much to satisfy your sweet tooth. Stevia is also low-carb and doesn't spike your blood glucose levels. Read More
  • Lindsey Duncan
    Lindsey Duncan answered:
    If you make smaller portions a habit, you can quickly teach your body to be satisfied on less every time you eat! As for what should be making up those smaller portions on your plate: vegetables, a little bit of whole grains and lean protein. Try to learn about the recommended portion sizes...Read More
  • Lindsey Duncan
    Lindsey Duncan answered:
    Hormones affect women's health, and as they age their health and mood-supporting hormones decrease. Goji acts as a secretagogue (a substance that stimulates secretion) and helps the glands of the endocrine system stimulate the release of necessary hormones such as human growth hormone from...Read More
  • Lindsey Duncan
    Lindsey Duncan answered:
    Mangosteen grows in the jungles of Thailand. Mangosteen is a small white-fleshed fruit with a dark purple rind that tastes sweet -- like a cross between a strawberry and a peach. Mangosteen helps support healthy inflammatory responses, healthy joints and antioxidant levels. Mangosteen contains...Read More
  • Lindsey Duncan
    Lindsey Duncan answered:
    As you age, you need more antioxidants to help slow the aging process. Mangosteen is rich in xanthones which help fight free radicals and support your body's inflammatory response. Since your joints also tend to deteriorate with age, mangosteen helps support healthy joints and flexibility. Read More
  • Lindsey Duncan
    Lindsey Duncan answered:
    Noni is a yellow/green seeded fruit that grows on tall trees in the tropical regions of the South Pacific. Noni is a digestive bitter and natural cleansing fruit. Noni helps support digestive health, helps support your body's detoxification and elimination process, and acts as a catalyst,...Read More
  • Lindsey Duncan
    Lindsey Duncan answered:
    Digestive disturbances are a big complaint of women. Noni helps support a healthy digestive tract. It helps move waste, detoxify and cleanse, and it can even help your body remove yeast from the intestinal tract. Your immune system lies in your intestinal tract, and when your intestinal tract...Read More
  • Lindsey Duncan
    Lindsey Duncan answered:
    Did you know that internal cleansing can change the state of your health more effectively and efficiently than just about anything else? The path to better health and well-being begins with an internal cleanse.
     
    I’ve learned from Dr. Bernard Jensen, the pioneer of natural cleansing and detoxification,...Read More
  • Lindsey Duncan
    Lindsey Duncan answered:
    With a variety of acai berry products available in the market, incorporating acai into your daily diet/everyday routine is pretty easy. The very best form of acai is in liquid form (either a juice or a 100% pure liquid supplement). However if you choose a 100% pure liquid supplement, it can...Read More
  • Lindsey Duncan
    Lindsey Duncan answered:
    Resveratrol is a potent, protective antioxidant found naturally in the skin of grapes, red wine, blueberries, cranberries, pomegranates and a few other natural sources such as Japanese knotweed. Resveratrol helps support cardiovascular health, a youthful appearance and antioxidant levels....Read More
  • Lindsey Duncan
    Lindsey Duncan answered:
    Heart disease is one of the biggest killers of women, and as women age, their heart health declines; especially after menopause. Worldwide, 8.6 million women die from heart disease each year. Resveratrol is the number one compound that supports heart health. Resveratrol is chock-full of a...Read More
  • Lindsey Duncan
    Lindsey Duncan answered:
    I wouldn't recommend getting your resveratrol by drinking countless glasses or bottles of red wine. A high quality resveratrol juice or 100% liquid supplement can contain more resveratrol than 50 to 100 glasses of red wine. I'd recommend resveratrol in juice form, liquid supplement form,...Read More
  • Lindsey Duncan
    Lindsey Duncan answered:
    Goji berries come from the valleys of the Himalayan mountain region of China, Mongolia and Tibet. Goji berries are small reddish orange berries that look kind of like a tiny chili pepper that grow on bushes. In Asia, goji is known as the "happy berry" for its ability to support positive moods,...Read More