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Kelly Halderman, ND

Kelly Halderman, ND

Dr. Kelly Halderman completed a Family Practice Medicine internship with the University of Minnesota; has a Naturopathic medical degree from Kingdom College of Natural Health, where she is the current Academic Dean of Students. She holds certification in MethylGenetic Nutrition by the Nutrigenetic Research Institute, certification from the American Functional Neurology Institute in Functional Neurology and Neurofeedback. Dr. Halderman currently is working on completing her Ph.D. in clinical nutrition and has certification in Plant-Based Nutrition from Cornell University.

Kelly Halderman's Recent Articles

Unfortunately, we live in a toxic world. We live in a world in which staying healthy is more difficult to achieve, where near 90 percent of the water is contaminated with plastics, [1] where our food is genetically modified, sprayed with pesticides and herbicides; and a world where chemicals are being produced and dumped in […]

One of the most important biological pathways in the human body is called the NRF2 pathway. Due to its extreme importance in cancer, aging, inflammation, and detoxification, it has been called such things as “the fountain of youth pathway,” “the anti-aging pathway,” and “the cancer protection pathway.” Its activation effects the expression of more than […]

“Shiftwork that involves circadian disruption is probably carcinogenic to humans.” — IARC, the cancer agency of the World Health Organization In recent news, the International Agency for Research on Cancer issued a statement saying, “shift workers and firefighters have a higher risk of cancer than the general population.” They go on to state that “such […]