Aydin earned a master’s degree from The Santa Barbara College of Oriental Medicine and is licensed to practice all forms of Oriental medicine, including acupuncture and herbal medicine, by both national and state boards since 2005. His personal transformation toward plant-based nutrition began several years ago, when he noticed how much better he felt when he cooked without animal products. And in his practice, he sees direct evidence of the link between nutrition and health every day. He has completed an intensive training on Acupuncture for the Cancer Patient at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and has a keen interest in oncology support. Furthermore, his experience and specialties include dermatology, gastrointestinal health, food, lifestyle counseling, addiction, and pain management.