Vegan Doctors and health
Get inspired and educated with these amazing vegan doctors.
Auckland & Northland:
25 Pollen Street, Grey Lynn, Auckland
Dr Sarah Mitchell Weston Registered Nutritionist & Director
Special offer for Vegan Society members: one free 15 minute follow-up consultation with every initial consultation booked.
High Carb Health’s aim is to give people realistic advice on how to get healthy and reverse illness via a scientifically proven nutrition based approach to healing the body.10% off to Vegan Society Members
We offer a variety of specialised, evidence based health services to address the needs of the whole person. Integrative Healthcare looks at your whole health and combines the best of General Practice with integrative health treatments. 2 Dip Road, Kamo, Whangārei
Rob is passionate about nutrition as the best way to promote optimal health and longevity as well as reversal of chronic diseases and maximising athletic performance.7 Polarity Rise, Silverdale, Hibiscus Coast, Auckland Dr Robert Walton
Dr Mark Craig MD. His main interest is treating the causes of diseases rather than the symptoms. The peer-reviewed science clearly shows that 80% of our most common chronic diseases are caused by lifestyle factors, particularly poor nutrition. The evidence also demonstrates that they can be prevented, progression may be slowed and even be reversed by a holistic lifestyle approach, especially by following a plant-based, whole foods diet.888a New North Road, Mt Albert
27F Whatawhata Road, Dinsdale, HamiltonCentre of Balance has three practitioners who treat many conditions using acupuncture and Chinese medicine. All practitioners are ACC registered. For Vegan Society members $65 total for an initial exam (usually $40) plus one treatment (usually $100 – $170). If ACC it will be $65 for the initial exam plus 2 ACC treatments.
Bay of Plenty:
Dr Chloe Corbett
BBiomedSc, MBChB DCHChloe is training to become a Doctor of Public Health. She believes that preventative medicine is becoming one of the preeminant models of health and that food has the power to cure disease and reform the body.
Nelson & surrounds:
Dr Marissa Kelaher – General PractitionerMBChB, DCH, FRNZCGP, Member Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine She has followed a whole food plant-based diet most of her life, and has two young children who are also plant-based. Marissa has been interested in the effects of nutrition and lifestyle on health for many years, and has completed formal training in lifestyle medicine and nutrition/ environmental medicine.
6 Beckford Road St Martins, Christchurch
Dr Donald Palmer. Integrating conventional medicine with complementary therapies to embrace an holistic philosophy promoting the practice of healing-oriented medicine – addressing body, mind and spirit.
All NZ/ Online:
Dr Taisia Cech (MBChB, BSc) is a family GP who specialises now in taking control of your health through lifestyle and plant-based nutrition. “There comes a point where we need to stop just pulling people out of the river. We need to go upstream and find out why they’re falling in.”She offers online coaching throughout New Zealand. E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fuchsia Goldsmith is based in Auckland and operates consultations via Zoom. She advocates for a plant-based eating pattern and has followed a vegan diet for about 13 years. She provide talks on nutrition for various organisations and is currently the NZ Lead Dietitian for Doctors for Nutrition, which aims to provide tools to help healthcare professionals talk about plant based nutrition with their patients.Mob: 021 0255 8245
A whole food plant-based (WFPB) eating pattern is a versatile, exciting, and enjoyable way to eat. It centres on unprocessed fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and beans and other legumes. Other whole or minimally processed plant-based foods are used as occasional condiments.