Dr. Taggy Bensaid

Doctor of Naturopathy
In 2006, Dr. Bensaid was diagnosed with PCOS. Even with several medical treatments, she was never able to have control over her health condition, leaving her in excruciating pain, with several trips to the ER.

After starting her Nutritional Program at the NHCAA and completely changing her diet, her symptoms disappeared in less than 3 months. She is cyst and fibroid free ever since.

Her mission is to help patients take care of their health naturally and help parents have healthy pregnancies and healthy babies.

Dr. Bensaid came all the way from Africa. Originally from the beautiful country of Morocco, her first trip to the USA was as a very young teenager, in a mission, to help kids her age and younger get their smile back.

During that trip, she, not only fell in love with medicine but also fell in love with the United States.

She volunteered with Operation Smile in several countries and assumed different roles from translating medical information, offering support to the families to assisting nurses and doctors preop and postop.

After moving to college to study pre-med in New York City, she shadowed and interned in different areas: Emergency Room, Pediatric ER, Burn Unit and Plastic Surgery.

She started taking interest in the healing power in Nutrition after she completed a summer internship assisting Type 1 Diabetic kids and their family with their diet plan.

She attended the first, ever held, European Seminar of Naturopathy and got more answers in a 7 days seminar then she did in her 7-year experience with the medical field.

Dr. Bensaid graduated as a Naturopathic Doctor from Trinity School of Natural Health, and she is currently finishing the equivalent program in Europe and preparing to take her exam to be certified Iridologist from the International Iridology Practitioners Association.

She has been Dr. Schmidt assistant since 2014 and was trained personally by him on his Follow The Physiology technique.

She is fluent in French and Arabic. So for anyone who speaks these languages and would like our nutrition guidance and service, Taggy can take you as a long distance patient.

In early February of this year I received a technus shot at my local doctor’s office. About two weeks later, towards the end of February, I started feeling really bad. I felt so bad that I ended up having to go to the hospital. I was in the hospital for about a week in early March. During that time, the doctors ran all kinds of tests, but could they could not figure out what was wrong with me. I did my own research during this time and discovered that all of the symptoms I was experiencing (fever, sweat & chills, nausea, diarrhea, lack of appetite, muscle cramps, abdominal pain, etc.) were all common symptoms of someone who has a bad reaction to a technus shot. When I tried to bring up my research to the doctors at the hospital, particularly the infectious disease doctors, they rejected any notion of my problems being the result of a technus shot. I ended up leaving the hospital without a proper diagnosis. They still could not figure out what was wrong with me.

Upon coming home from the hospital, I got in touch with Dr. Bensaid. My wife had seen videos by Dr. Schmidt and told me about his center. I began consulting with Dr. Bensaid who explained to me that when I received the technus shot, a bunch of bacteria was injected into me. She began an aggressive supplement schedule to fight off the bacteria as well as rebuild my compromised immune system. In addition to that, she put me on an anti-viral diet that was designed not to give the bacteria what it desires most to live off of….sugar!

I began taking the supplements and implementing the diet at the end of March, and a month later, I am completely back to health! All of the symptoms that I had, including the fevers (which lasted the longest), were gone! I finally feel like myself again! I thank Dr. Bensaid and the Center for helping to get well and also learn a much better way of eating! During the whole process I have lost 44 pounds, and feel much, much better! Thank you for your help! G. Cooper