Founder, Naturalist, CCHT
The founder of The Sante Center for Natural Healing, Carolann Kummins is a dedicated, compassionate health care professional, who has extensive experience (and success stories to share!) helping patients to heal their most challenging health crises. Carolann has lectured throughout the United States and her work with MS and Crohn’s Disease was published in Cancer Forum Magazine (New York). Carol has also been featured on numerous media broadcasts. Carolann’s passion is to explain to audiences and patients the benefits of proper diet and nutrition and the importance of incorporating raw foods and juice therapy.
In addition to the human touch, Carolann also assists the canine community raw nutrition and herbal therapy. She has worked side by side with many veterinarian doctors, bringing state of the art treatments to their furry patients.
Carolann attended The American Holistic College of Nutrition, Clayton College and subsequently received certifications in Colon Hydrotherapy from The Wood Institute and the International Association of Colon Hydrotherapy (IACT). Carolann has researched the medicinal uses of raw foods and their juices for more than 30 years and conducted lower-case studies. Carolann has also studied worldwide, amongst civilized cultures and indigenous people, expanding her knowledge of the healing benefits of food.
Carolann began her pursuit of health and wellness at an early age after losing her mother to breast cancer. She began her education in the field of medicine; however, after researching and personally experiencing the power of the body’s ability to heal itself with healthy raw foods and juices, and with proper elimination and natural complementary therapies, she chose natural health and healing as her life’s journey.
Diane Nugent, D.O.
Dr. Nugent graduated with Honors from University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1992 and has been in practice for 34 years. She completed a residency at BI County Community Hospital.
Education & Training
University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine: DO
Mount Clemens General Hospital: Internship/Ob-Gyn
Michigan State University, College of Osteopathic Medicine: Residency/Family Med.
American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians: Family Medicine
Hampton native, lives with her fiance and their 3 year old son, Julian, who is the light of her life.
Jeannette received her Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing from Rivier University. A well-rounded, seasoned RN; working in the emergency department, aesthetics, vascular, and school nursing. Developed a growing interest in the field of holistic health after her fiance was diagnosed with Lyme disease and struggled with conventional Lyme treatment.
Ms. Boyd began working at Sante Center in 2011. She continuously expands her knowledge in how nutrition, colon hydrotherapy, and IV therapy can heal the body. By proper gut function, diet and the aid of IV therapy, Jeannette has assisted many patients heal from their ailments. She has witnessed amazing transformations in each patient’s overall health.
Jeannette enjoys spending time with her family, gardening, hiking, drawing, and music. She has aspirations to return to school in the future for her NP.
Marie Lupoli, BA, CCHT
Marie has a degree in Psychology from Rivier University in Nashua, New Hampshire and is currently studying nursing with the end goal of becoming a Nurse Practitioner. Marie also obtained her certification in colon hydrotherapy from the Wood Hygienic Institute in Kissimmee, Florida in 2017.
She was first introduced into the world of natural healing when her father became a patient at Sante Center several years back and was successfully healed from stage four chronic lymphocytic leukemia. After seeing first hand the effectiveness of the wholistic approach to healing, Marie decided to join the Sante team to help others get better as her father did.