2019 Conference

Debby Hamilton, MD, MPH

Debby Hamilton, MD, MPH, is a Pediatrician with experience in primary care, integrative medicine, research, speaking and writing. Her education includes an undergraduate degree from Wesleyan University followed by a medical degree from Chicago Medical School, where she graduated with honors. She is board-certified in Pediatrics, Physician Nutrition, and Integrated/Holistic medicine (AIHM), and has a Master of Science degree in Public Health (MPH). 

Dr. Hamilton founded Holistic Pediatric Consulting in Colorado in 2005. Her practice focuses on treating children with chronic diseases such as autism and ADHD and preconception counseling based on her book, Preventing Autism and ADHD: Controlling Risk Factors Before, During & After Pregnancy. Her book led to her collaboration in the writing of The Healthy Child Guide through the Neurological Health Foundation. She has also contributed chapters for Child Decoded:  Unraveling Learning and Behavioral Disorders.

In 2017, Dr. Hamilton joined Researched Nutritionals where she focuses on clinical research, product development and education of healthcare professionals. She now splits her time between clinical work in Colorado and Researched Nutritionals in California.

Learn more: HolisticPediatric.com, ResearchedNutritionals.com


Friday, May 3 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
The Environmental Impact of Toxins and Infections on Children – Sponsored by Researched Nutritionals

Lecture Highlights:

  • There has been a steady increase in chronic disease in children including developmental disease where 1 in 6 children in the US are impacted
  • Children have increased vulnerability to toxins compared to adults
  • The pesticide Glyphosate alters our intestinal microbiome and is found in high amounts in common children’s food such as Cheerios
  • Pregnant woman with increased exposure to pesticides while pregnant have an increased risk of ADHD in their children
Debby Hamilton, MD