Dr. Jeanne D’Brant is a board-certified and NY state licensed Clinical Nutritionist, and a Registered Professional Herbalist of the American Herbalists’ Guild. She is the past president of the AHG’s Long Island chapter and serves in their mentorship program. An Associate Professor of Biology and Allied Health for the State University of New York, Dr. D’Brant teaches biology, anatomy and physiology, histology, and microbiology. She is also currently on the faculty of New York Chiropractic College and NY Institute of Technology. She teaches clinical herbalism post-graduate education courses for licensed health care professionals, and is the founder and developer of New York Chiropractic College’s certification program in Botanical Therapy. At New York College’s Oriental Medicine program, she was a thesis mentor and instructor for Eastern and Western nutrition courses. She has studied Ayurveda in India, Traditional Chinese Medicine in China, and herbalism in the rainforests of MesoAmerica.
D’Brant Holistic Health Center is located in Fort Salonga, NY, where the doctor has been in practice for 24 years. She has had secondary offices on Long Island in Huntington, Greenvale, and Smithtown, and in New York City at Arshed Internal Medicine and New York Medical and Diagnostic Center, a large multidisciplinary integrative health facility affiliated with New York Hospital. At NYMDC, Dr. D’Brant successfully treated a large patient population of diabetics, renal and cardiovascular disease patients with clinical nutrition.
Her travels include journeys to forty five countries on four continents, where she has studied traditional healing systems. She regularly escorts learners, young and old, to the rain forests of Central and South America to experience the wonders of the MesoAmerican Biological Corridor. Jeanne is published in the fields of clinical nutrition, botanical medicine, TCM, Feng Shui, and Yoga Therapy. She lectures nationally, and her online courses are published internationally. She has regularly appeared on News Channel 12 and other health-related media programs. Her current projects in development include a memoir, Heartlands of Islam, a health project on Biomodulation with Martin Cohen, PhD. of Boston College and Harvard University, and an exploration of Irish and Celtic DNA inheritances which have influenced the unique Irish character.