Moses Trevizo, ND, MS


My work best serves individuals who are struggling with persistent and complex health issues such as gastrointestinal disorders, hormone imbalances, and thyroid problems. These are often the “outliers” who have not found solutions through conventional medical approaches.

I offer my technical mind combined with in depth analysis. This can draw from my creative side and sometimes curiosity sends me down one rabbit hole after another in considering all options. I work with people to achieve health goals, or overcome barriers. I love to educate people on dis-ease and the body’s own unique ability to heal when provided with the right conditions/environment.

What led you to this area of work?

I was born in Oceanside, California while my father served in the Marine Corps. Raised in Tucson, Arizona, I later joined the US Navy and served for 6 years. I developed gut related issues related to previous life experiences and exposures. In my journey through conventional medicine I saw a common disconnect and was unsatisfied with the lack of results. I was eventually led to natural medicine and soon after found myself wanting to help others. I am a researcher with experience in the biotech industry and have helped to formulate gut related therapeutics. I blend both science and the art of natural medicine to help those in
need. I bring what knowledge I have gained to Tummy Temple where I am thrilled to be a part of such an incredible team of wellness gurus.


-Licensed Naturopathic Physician, WA
-Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine, National University of Natural
-Master of Science in Integrative Medicine Research, Helfgott Research
Institute, NUNM
-Electronics Engineering Technology, Excelsior University

Other areas of interest and study:
– Detoxification support
– Naturopathic oncology support
– Men’s Health
– Lifestyle medicine
When not on the clock, I manage a working farm with my wife, and in my free
time I explore the Puget Sound with our sailboat, or the slopes on my snowboard.

“To be idle is a short road to death and to be diligent is a way of life; foolish people are idle, wise people
are diligent.”
― Buddha