Christine Cronau is an author, speaker, martial arts instructor, wife, and mother of two. Diagnosed with chronic fatigue at a young age after living a “healthy” lifestyle, she went on a quest to find the truth about food. Christine has now been studying health and nutrition for over 10 years, and has become passionate about sharing her discoveries with others. Christine is now a picture of health and uses her knowledge as a natural health advocate; she exposes major food myths that are keeping people overweight and unhealthy, and shares her secrets for looking and feeling great at any age.
Dr. Wortman is a Métis physician from northern Alberta, Canada. After working in construction for ten years he returned to school to obtain a BSc in Biology and Chemistry at the University of Alberta, an MD from the University of Calgary and Family Medicine training at the University of British Columbia.
For the past ten years, Dr. Wortman has served in senior management positions in the First Nations and Inuit Health Branch of Health Canada where he is currently the Senior Medical Advisor. He recently completed a two-year research interchange at the UBC Faculty of Medicine where he studied the role of traditional diet in the prevention and treatment of obesity, metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes in First Nations. In 2003, Dr. Wortman received the National Aboriginal Achievement Award for Medicine.