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Bruce Semon, MD, PhD Nutrition

Wisconsin Institute of Nutrition, LLP

Bruce Semon, MD – Wisconsin Institute of Nutrition, LLP

877.332.7899, 414.292.3900 Ext. 211
Email Dr. Semon: lk@nutritioninstitute.com
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6789 N. Green Bay Ave, Office U15
Glendale, WI 53209

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Services:

Homeopathy
Nutrition
Complementary Medical Care
Anit-Yeast Therapy

Bruce Semon, MD, PhD. Nutrition, Homeopathy, is a Board Certified Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist who holds a Ph.D. in Nutrition. He has combined his knowledge of medicine and nutrition to address difficult-to-treat disorders, some of which are considered incurable. In particular, Dr. Semon has used his knowledge of nutrition, food chemistry, and the yeast Candida albicans to develop a diet which works extremely well for yeast-related disorders. In addition, Dr. Semon has studied and uses homeopathy in his practice.

Dr. Semon holds a doctorate degree (Ph.D.) in Nutrition from the University of California-Davis. Dr. Semon is also a board certified medical doctor (M.D.) (psychiatry), having graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. After receiving his M.D. and Ph.D., Dr. Semon researched for two years at the National Cancer Institute in Maryland. Dr. Semon specialized in child psychiatry. He trained at Medical College of Wisconsin. Dr. Semon is the Medical Director of Wisconsin Institute of Nutrition.

Dr. Semon is the author or co-author of An Extraordinary Power to Heal, Extraordinary Foods for the Everyday Kitchen, Feast Without Yeast:4 Stages to Better Health and Rottenseed! Cottonseed, Alzheimer’s and Your Brain. Dr. Semon also is the author of numerous academic papers relating to nutrition. A complete curriculum vitae and list of publications is available on request. Dr. Bruce Semon offers patients a wide ranging choice of treatments for many health conditions.

Treatments include: Psychiatry; Psychotherapy; Anti-Yeast Treatment of Medical & Psychiatric Problems; and Nutritional Problems including Food Cravings and Food Addictions.