As a leading clinical nutritionist, Dr. Jeanne D’Brant is the expert to whom other doctors refer to solve the riddle of their patients’ complex signs and symptoms. For nearly thirty years, she has seen patients in a variety of clinical settings, from private practices on Long Island’s north shore to city clinics. She was voted Long Island’s Alternative Doctor of the Year 2009 and has appeared numerous times on News Channel 12’s Long Island Naturally and other media. She served as President of the Long Island chapter of the American Herbalists Guild from 2009 to 2013.
Dr. D’Brant has worked closely with internists and cardiologists to improve the health of their patients. She wrote the curriculum for New York Chiropractic College’s postgraduate certification program in Botanical Therapeutics and her online courses are accepted for license renewal credit nationally and internationally. She is an Associate Professor of Biology and Allied Health for the State University of New York and has taught such courses as Physical Diagnosis, Internal Medicine, Orthopedics, Neurology, Eastern and Western Nutrition, Molecular Biology, Histology, Physiology and Anatomy for both SUNY and private colleges.
A world traveler with extensive adventure experience in 45 countries on five continents, Dr. D’Brant currently leads field trips for health professionals and interested others to the rainforests of the MesoAmerican Biological Corridor to experience firsthand the magic of healing plants. From 1/7-1/14/2016, she will lead a third trip to the corridor and her second visit to the rain forests of Belize and its Unesco World Heritage barrier reef near “La Isla Bonita,” Ambergris Caye. The trips are eligible for license renewal credit for healthcare professionals.
Dr. D’Brant has been published in numerous journals and professional periodicals, discussing treatments for inflammation, cardiovascular disease, endocrine disorders, immune dysregulation, and female disorders. Her recent article, “GMOs, Gut Flora, the Shikimate Pathway and Cytochrome Dysregulation,” was published by the Journal of the American Clinical Board of Nutrition and she will present at their 2015 national symposium. Dr. D’Brant is currently engaged in a research project on Biomodulation affiliated with Harvard University. She has written memoir and nonfiction and is a regular presenter at salons of the Irish Americans Writers and Artists in Manhattan.