Jason McCammon, ND, Preventative Medicine Specialist
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Jason McCammon, ND


2510 E Michigan Ave Lansing MI, 48912


Dr. Jason McCammon is a naturopathic physician practicing in Lansing, MI. Dr. McCammon specializes in proactive prevention and treatment. Dr. McCammon combines holistic healing methods with traditional solutions to medical illness. Providing both individual and family care, the most common ailments treated are allergies, chronic pain, digestive issues, obesity, heart disease, fertility, menopause, cancer and chronic fatigue syndrome. Naturopathic Physicians place a strong emphasis on natural remedies that add to the broad spectrum of remedies available.

Education and Training

Trine University BSCE 2001

Kingdom Col. of Natural Health PhD 2023

Trinity Sc. of Natural Health CHHP 2020

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Jason McCammon, ND
Jason McCammon, ND's Expert Contributions
  • What are the naturopathic remedies for my sleep disturbances?

    Disordered sleep can have many root causes. Most importantly, you should work to find the root cause of disordered sleep. I suggest you consider black-out curtains in your sleeping space, play on white noise or put a small fan on low, keep your phone at least 10 feet away from you as you sleep, no screen time or TV at least 30 minutes before bed, do some meditation and deep breathing before bed, and finally journal any racing thoughts or issues that can make you anxious. This combination of foundational tools helps the majority of my patients. If you just want help relaxing the mind-body for sleep, the most direct non-prescription medicine I have found is using a cannabis tincture of 1 part THC to 1 part CBD. This is called a 1:1 ratio. When these cannabis compounds are taken in this way, you will not get any "high" from the THC, unlike smoking pot. This is because CBD blocks the receptors in the brain which cause the "high." But what you will get is very relaxed, both in the mind and the body. Start with a few drops, 30 minutes before bed, then asses from there. I hope this helps! READ MORE

  • How much sunlight do we need?

    Ideally, we should all get daily sun exposure. Although this is tough in northern latitudes, the sun provides much more than just vitamin D synthesis. It helps regulate our hormones, sleep-wake cycle, protective neurotransmitters for a good mood, the infrared rays help us detoxify the body, and so much more. While we should avoid getting sunburned, generally we have been told to be wary of any sun exposure which is a dire mistake. The lack of sun exposure greatly increases our morbidity, including the risk of skin cancers. In fact, the lack of sun plus a low omega-3 diet, combined with widespread vitamin D deficiency, is a key cause of skin cancer. As for vitamin D, for most people who work during the day in terms of an office or factory job, it is nearly impossible to get daily exposure to maintain proper D3 blood levels. For nearly 90% of the population, D3 supplementation is a must. There is an app called D Minder that can help you see the optimal time each day to get sun for optimal vitamin D synthesis. But you will find most of the time this is between 10 am and 4 pm which is a challenging time for most people to get into the sun. D3 supplementation varies but for adults, 5,000 IU per day is the very minimum. Additionally, getting some sun exposure at sunrise and sunset, while you will not get D3 from this, can boost health as well. *Dr. Jason McCammon * PhD, BCND, CHHP, PN, NFPT, CMA 2510 E. Michigan Ave. Lansing MI, 48912 517-409-5095 READ MORE

Areas of expertise and specialization

Chronic illnessChronic fatigueAuto-immune conditionsChronic infectionsLymeMycotoxins (mold)Heavy metalsChronic painGI dysfunctionHormone imbalanceMindset/over-coming traumaBio-energetic medicineFunctional medicineEastern medicineHomeopathic medicineRBTIIridologyNutrient deficienciesRehab and custom exerciseLifestyle medicine

Professional Memberships

  • American Association of Natural Wellness Practitioners - Board Certified  


  • Manual bodywork for structural integration, custom nutrition programming, custom nutrient repletion programming, custom targeted nutraceutical therapies, quantum energetic medicine, lifestyle counseling, at-home rehab and custom exercise programming, mindfulness counseling.

What do you attribute your success to?

  • A personal history of surviving chronic illnesses and the unrelenting desire to help others feel better.

Areas of research

  • Anything related to wellness. biology, physiology, psychology, lifestyle change, and anatomy, with special attention on gut function.

Teaching and speaking

  • I am sought after to speak for private groups, conventions, and guest speaking in college classes.

Favorite Place to Vacation

  • Any place warm!

Hobbies / Sports

  • Lifting and Yoga

Favorite professional publications

  • Life Extension

Jason McCammon, ND's Practice location

The Elite Health Practice LLC

2510 E Michigan Ave -
Lansing, MI 48912
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