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Dr. med. Marco Hördt

Dr. med. Marco Hördt, Facharzt für Innere Medizin, Ernährungsmedizin und Naturheilverfahren, unterhält eine Privatpraxis in Bielefeld und hat mehr als 25 Jahre Berufserfahrung in der Anwendung der Mesotherapie als Symbiose aus Schulmedizin und Naturheilkunde. Er steuert als Co-Autor das Bildmaterial mit hochwertigen und anschaulichen Injektionsschemata bei.

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Marlena Izdebska

Germany, Berlin

Cooking has been her greatest passion ever since Marlena Izdebska can remember. As a teenager she attended a gastronomy school and was able to continuously develop her knowledge about nutrition. As a conscious mother, she has set herself the goal of inspiring her readers with healthy and delicious recipes with this book.

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Wendy M. Jenkins

Canada

Wendy Jenkins, BSc, and MSc candidate, has worked extensively to merge the fields of nutrition and environmental science. She has done this primarily through her study of the interaction between diet, health and environmental sustainability. Her work has led her to the promotion of plant based foods in both an academic setting and through recipe development. In her previous studies at the University of Guelph in the Environmental Biology honors program in Canada and her current postgraduate studies in nutrition at Wageningen University, The Netherlands, she has worked with the aim of maximizing both health and sustainability of dietary decisions. She has also worked under the guidance of chef Sara Harrel, owner of Veg Company and developer of the certificate in Vegetarian Culinary Arts at George Brown College Centre for Culinary Arts, Toronto, Canada. Through this work Wendy has been able to further develop her skills in plant based cuisine and recipe development, providing the tools to create healthy, sustainable and enjoyable food.

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Amy E. Jenkins

Canada

Amy Jenkins, BA, MSc, completed her bachelor’s degree with honours in psychology from the University of Guelph, Canada. She then went on to merge her interest in nutrition with psychology by completing a Master’s degree in Food Science from the University of Guelph. The focus of this degree was on the way psychological drivers of behaviour could be harnessed to help individuals eat a more plant-based diet. Amy currently works at a not-for-profit research institute, where she conducts research on the consumer acceptance of heritage varieties of fruits, vegetables and edible flowers. A large part of her work focuses on developing strategies to communicate about agricultural practices That will influence the publics dietary choices.

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Alexandra L. Jenkins

Canada

Alexandra Jenkins, PhD, RD, started her research career in Oxford, where she was part of the research team that developed the concept of slow release carbohydrate and the Glycemic Index. This launched her life-long interest in the use of dietary strategies to reduce or prevent the development of chronic diseases. She obtained her BSc from the University of Toronto and completed a dietetic internship at St Michael’s Hospital. Subsequently Dr. Jenkins obtained her PhD at the University of Surrey in the United Kingdom. Currently, her major research focus has been the potential role of diet and dietary supplements in the treatment of chronic diseases, such as type 2 diabetes. She has been an author or co-author on over 100 original publications in peer-reviewed journals, in addition to chapters and reviews. Dr. Jenkins has volunteered extensively for the Diabetes Canada and was an Associate Editor of the Canadian Journal of Diabetes. She has received several awards, including the Eli Lilly Graduate Scholarship Award and a Special Education Award from Diabetes Canada. Dr. Jenkins is a member of the Ontario College of Dietitians and the American Nutrition Society and is a sought-after lecturer on nutritional modification of cardiovascular risk factors and diabetes. In addition to her role as Director of Research at GI Labs, she is also a Senior Research Associate at the Risk Factor Modification Centre at St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto, where her research focuses on investigating the potential utility of nutraceuticals and functional foods in reducing cardiovascular risk factors.

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Jane Johnson

Jane Johnson ist Physiotherapeutin und Sportmassagetherapeutin mit dem Schwerpunkt Arbeitsmedizin. In dieser Funktion verbringt sie intensiv Zeit damit, die Körperhaltung ihrer Patienten zu beurteilen und zu untersuchen, ob spezielle Haltungen beim Arbeitsplatz, beim Sport oder während der Freizeit Beschwerden verursachen oder begünstigen. Auf dieser Untersuchungsgrundlage entwickelt sie spezifische Haltungskorrekturpläne, die eine Vielzahl unterschiedlichster Behandlungstechniken beinhalten. Die Autorin hat für viele Organisationen im In- und Ausland Workshops zur beruflichen Weiterbildung durchgeführt. Diese Tätigkeit hat sie mit zahlreichen Therapeuten aller Fachrichtungen in Kontakt gebracht, die ihre eigene Arbeit inspiriert und stark beeinflusst haben.

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Prof. Dr. med. Wolfgang Jost

Germany, Wolfach

Professor Wolfgang Jost MD is a specialist in Neurology/Special Pain Therapy and Chief Physician at the Ortenau Parkinson's Disease Clinic in Wolfach, Germany. His areas of professional expertise include Parkinson's disease and other movement disorders, as well as migraine and headaches. Wolfgang Jost has many years of practical experience in Botulinum toxin therapy, especially the diagnosis and treatment of dystonia and spasticity.

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Dr. Michael Kane

Dr Michael Kane, Aesthetic plastic surgeon, New York, USA and international lecturer on all topics relating to aesthetic plastic surgery.

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Christine Kätzel

Germany

Christine Kätzel ist Sportphysiotherapeutin und als Hochschuldozentin für Physiotherapie und Gesundheitsfachberufe tätig. Ihre umfangreiche Expertise und ihren langjährigen Erfahrungsschatz im Bereich Fitnesstraining, Funktionsgymnastik sowie Faszientraining gibt sie seit mehr als 20 Jahren als Ausbilderin von Trainern und Übungsleitern weiter. Die Autorin ist leidenschaftliche Ausdauersportlerin und startete bereits bei vielen Ultra- und Etappenläufen. Zudem ist sie Gründungsmitglied der Marathonabteilung des FC St. Pauli, die sich politisch und sozial verantwortlich engagiert.

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Dr. med. Britta Knoll

Dr Britta Knoll, President of the German Society of Mesotherapy and former student of Michel Pistor, the founder of mesotherapy.
 

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Dr. med. Christian Köhler

Dr Christian Köhler, MD – an expert in esthetic surgery, non-surgical techniques, and esthetic laser treatments – has, for more than 10 years, headed up the Prevention Center in Zürich, Zug and Schaan, Switzerland. He has more than 18 years of experience in general, vascular, reconstructive, and plastic surgery and to date has performed more than 50,000 nonsurgical treatments with botulinum toxin and fillers.

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Dr. med. Bernard C. Kolster

Germany, Marburg

Following his training as a physiotherapist, studied human biology and human medicine in Marburg; further clinical training in physical medicine and other disciplines; special focus on the presentation and application of reflex-therapeutic procedures; author and editor of scientific textbooks in the fields of medicine, physiotherapy, naturopathic treatment and physical medicine.

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Dr. Damon Korb

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Roland Kreutzer

Germany

Roland Kreutzer was born in Gummersbach in 1966 and has been a physiotherapist since 1991. He is an instructor for Brügger therapy (Zurich concept), a manual therapist, and an active course leader for Sensotape® courses. He has been working at the Philipps University of Marburg since 1992 as a physiotherapist, and since 2005 as a lecturer in the Master’s and Bachelor’s degree programs in physiotherapy. In addition, the author works as a physiotherapist in his own practice in Marburg and is a freelancer for KVM-Verlag, Berlin. This collaboration has resulted in him co-authoring several specialist books in the fields of medicine and physiotherapy. In his free time, he is an enthusiastic cyclist, runner, and swimmer, and thus a regular and active user of "self-tapping"!

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