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Ancestral Health incorporates the best practices of traditional societies with modern medicine to prevent and treat chronic disease using lifestyle interventions. This includes (but is not limited to) nutrition, physical activity, restorative sleep, sunshine, positive social interactions, stress management, and a sense of greater purpose and meaning in life.

Physicians for Ancestral Health is a non-profit organization whose mission is to educate and promote awareness about Ancestral Health within the medical community worldwide, as well as the general public at large. By doing this, we hope to help create a community where both doctors and individuals are empowered to focus on long-term health rather than just the treatment of disease.

Welcome to Physicians for Ancestral Health

We seek solid scientific evidence for all healing practices, ancestral and modern, natural and pharmaceutical. All sources of evidence, from case studies to epidemiology to randomized clinical trials, should contribute to our judgment as physicians about the interventions that will most benefit our patients.

We respect our professional limits. We are physicians, not alternative medicine providers. We are not seeking to replace proven treatments, but to identify natural dietary, nutritional, and environmental interventions that can complement and improve standard medical therapies.

Model good health for our patients. Encourage physicians to incorporate ancestral health principles for both prevention and treatment of illness. Engage and support research activities to evaluate ancestral health assertions. Advocate for public policy change in support of ancestral health principles.

Meet Our Leadership:

Polina Sayess, MD Board Member – President

Josh Turknet, MD Committee Member

C. Rick Henriksen, MD, MPP Board Member – Past President

Robert Hansen, MD Committee Member

Jeffry Gerber, MD, FAAFP Board Member At Large

Tommy Wood, MD Committee Member

Jasmine Moghissi, MD Board Member – Treasurer

Deborah Gordon, MD Committee Member

Meet the Rest of Our Team

We have selected some resources to help acquaint you with its basic ideas and principles.

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What’s the current state of the retail industry?

The answer to this question can vary, depending on who you ask. While some people are quick to lament about the death of retail, others stand firm on the belief that retail is alive and well.

If you find yourself asking this very question, a good starting point would be to look at the most recent retail trends and data. It’s hard to argue with numbers, and having the right stats will give you an unbiased view of what’s really going on in retail today.

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What’s the average monthly revenue of SMB retailers?

1. The average monthly revenue of an SMB retailer is $22,340.88 (USD)

2. Looking at the data from a regional perspective, it looks like retailers from Australia and New Zealand made a bit more, with $26,395 and $26,475 respectively.

3. North American retailers made $22,430, while those in the UK had a monthly revenue of $19,223 per store.

4. Furniture retailers typically have the highest revenues — $39,572.67 per month.

5. Cosmetics stores, on the other hand, typically see an average of $18,644.19 revenues per month.

6. The average gross margin in retail is 50.96%

7. Beverage manufacturers typically have the highest margins (60.68%), followed by cosmetics stores (57.94%) and jewelry (56.80%)

8. The retailers in our study processed an average of 482 transactions per store each month.

9. Retailers in New Zealand processed the most number of sales with 603.03 monthly transactions per store. Not so far behind was the UK with 590.85 transactions, while Australian and North American retailers processed 506.09 and 429.41 monthly transactions respectively.

10. Alcoholic beverage stores processed the most number of sales, with 963.11 monthly transactions. They were followed by specialty food retailers and beverage manufacturers, with 806.79 and 589.32 monthly transactions respectively

11. On the lower end, we had furniture stores (151.89), jewelry, luggage, and leather goods stores (190.11) and shoe stores (220.85)

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