About Us

Wisconsin Institute of Nutrition, LLP started in 1999, when we realized that people had a need for information about how Candida causes health problems. Dr. Bruce Semon, M.D., Ph.D., is a board certified psychiatrist with a Ph.D. in nutrition, and he has studied homeopathy extensively. His wife, Lori Kornblum, is an attorney who specializes among other things in issues related to disabilities and autism. Together we developed the Feast Without Yeast diet. Dr. Semon has treated scores of patients successfully using a combination of dietary change and homeopathy to treat seemingly intractable medical problems.

He has combined his knowledge of medicine and nutrition to treat difficult-to-treat disorders, some of which are considered incurable.

Dr. Semon’s Education and Experience

Dr. Semon holds a doctorate degree (Ph.D.) in Nutrition from the University of California-Davis. Dr. Semon is also a board certified medical doctor (M.D.) (in child and adolescent and adult psychiatry), having graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. After receiving his M.D. and Ph.D., Dr. Semon researched for two years at the National Cancer Institute in Maryland. Dr. Semon specialized in child psychiatry.

He trained at Medical College of Wisconsin. Dr. Semon is the Medical Director of Wisconsin Institute of Nutrition. He is the co-author of An Extraordinary Power to Heal, Extraordinary Foods for the Everyday Kitchen, and Feast Without Yeast:4 Stages to Better Health.

Dr. Semon also is the author of numerous academic papers relating to nutrition. A complete curriculum vitae and list of publications is available on request. Please e-mail Dr. Semon at support@nutritioninstitute.com

Dr. Semon says, “I love treating people with complex problems using alternative nutrition and homoeopathy. I look at the individual patient, and help them determine what is best for them. Often anti-yeast therapy is very helpful. Often homeopathy is very helpful. I find doing this therapy as a doctor so gratifying because I love to see people become better.”