Dr. Jason Kaufman, D.C.

Dr. Jason was born and raised in Staten Island, NY.

He received his degree in Neurobiology and Behavior from Cornell University, in the beautiful upstate card games for kids town of Ithaca, New York.


Years before, while still in high school, he read a book that he learned about from watching a TV interview. That book, way ahead of its time, planted the seed for an insatiable appetite for learning about health, particularly wholistic healing and advanced nutrition.

Upon graduation from Cornell, he was a pharmaceutical representative for six years, spending the last few years at the prestigious Cleveland Clinic.

Ironically, it was his experience with modern medicine, and its inability to help him with his own health, that turned his focus away from the pharmaceutical industry and conventional therapies toward the world that sparked his passion years before – the world of advanced nutrition.

Dr. Jason went back to school to become a health care practitioner and years later, after seeing how stubborn weight loss resistance was a risk factor in chronic degenerative diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, stroke, cancer and Alzheimer’s, he focused his clinical efforts on the greatest health challenge in our country, the obesity epidemic.

“In the United States we have the most over-fed and undernourished people in the world. Losing weight isn’t so much about eating less, it’s about eating better. It’s not about exercising more, it’s about resting more. And it’s not about taking drugs or risking surgery, it’s about addressing the hidden, underlying cause of our obesity epidemic: toxins, inflammation and hormonal imbalance.