Welcome To Princeton Integral Endocrinology

Our office is closed to new patients.

Our vision is to provide gentle, compassionate care to those affected with endocrine disorders.

Our mission is to deliver integrative endocrine care to those affected with endocrine conditions.

Princeton Integral Endocrinology LLC is strongly based on Western, academic endocrinology and recommends allopathic treatments as well as nutrition, mind-body medicine, herbal remedies, supplements, and exercise when appropriate.

What you can expect. During your visit, Dr. Benito will take a detailed history and perform a medical examination. She will review any pertinent medical records that you bring with you. With all that information, she will first develop a plan for the evaluation of your condition and later, usually during a second visit, an integrative treatment plan tailored to your particular situation. During this process, she works alongside with you in evaluating the cause of your symptoms and discusses the possible treatment options. You are a necessary partner in this process.

Maria (Adi) Benito-Herrero, M.D. is board-certified in Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism. She attended medical school in Spain and completed a residency in Internal Medicine at Pennsylvania Hospital (University of Pennsylvania Health System) and a fellowship in Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism at the University of Pennsylvania. She has also completed a two-year fellowship in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona Center of Excellence in Integrative Medicine, where she is guest faculty. She has developed the curriculum for an integrative endocrinology module which has been incorporated to the fellowship. She is a certified meditation teacher (Khalsa Healing Arts and Yoga Center) under the mentorship of Mahan Rishi Singh and Nirbhe Kaur Khalsa and she is currently studying herbal medicine at the David Winston's Center for Herbal Studies.

In her clinical practice, Dr. Benito applies the knowledge obtained through rigorous academic research and clinical training in endocrinology and distills it through the wisdom of integrative medicine. Dr. Benito's main interest is in the prevention of endocrine disorders and sees patients with Hashimoto's thyroiditis, hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, osteopenia (or low bone mass) and osteoporosis, metabolic syndrome, PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome), pre-diabetes, menopausal symptoms (including those patients with breast cancer), and patients with diabetes for an integrative treatment plan. Dr. Benito does not practice functional medicine, but an integrative approach to conventional endocrine disorders.

You can see Dr. Benito's full curriculum vitae here.

Princeton Integral Endocrinology, LLC is located at:

10 Vreeland Drive
Building 10. Suite 3
Skillman, NJ 08558

Our office does not accept commercial insurance carriers, and does not participate in Medicare. At the end of your visit, we will provide you with a receipt and an itemized bill that you must submit to your health insurance for reimbursement. Please, note that not all insurance carriers will accept “out of network” services and the amount covered will vary depending on your particular insurance.

Our practice has opted out of Medicare. As such, Medicare patients cannot submit an itemized bill for reimbursement consideration and must sign a contract at the time of their first visit stating they will not submit the itemized bill to Medicare for reimbursement.

Our fees:

  • $450 for an initial consultation. An initial consultation usually lasts between 60 and 90 minutes and includes history taking, examination, review of any available laboratory data and treatment plan. This might occur all in one visit, or you might be asked to return at a later date to be provided with a final treatment plan.

  • $250 for a 45-minute follow-up office visit.

  • Follow-up telemedicine visits available. Fees are based on time (from $100 for 15 minutes to $250 for 60 minutes) and encompass face-to-face time and time spent outside of the face-to-face encounter.

Please, note that full payment is expected at the time of visit unless previous arrangements have been made. We accept personal checks, cash, and credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express).

Dr. Benito does not provide new patient consultations over phone or email.

To schedule a new patient appointment, please email us. Follow-up appointments can be requested over email.

Necessary documentation for new patients:

  • Please, download and print the demographic information form. Please, fill it out and bring with you to your first appointment

  • Print and review our office policies and if in agreement, sign them and bring them to your appointment.

  • In addition, all new patients are requested to complete a three-day food diary. Simply write down what you eat and drink for three days and bring to your first appointment. Although you might include portions, please note that they are not necessary.

Princeton Integral Endocrinology, LLC is located at:

10 Vreeland Drive
Building 10. Suite 3
Skillman, NJ 08558

Our office is closed to new patients.

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Modern Professional - Intermittent Fasting Article

Some insights about Intermittent Fasting from Dr. Benito. See article here.

Herbalist and Alchemist Spring News

Dr. Benito was featured in the Spring News from Herbalist and Alchemist. See interview here.

Sugar and inflammation workshop on October 7, 2017 (time to be determined).

Join Andrew Appello and Adi Benito in an exploration of inflammation, the role of sugar, stress and how to effectively "detox".

Information session on paleo at Whole Earth Center on August 16, 2017

This will be a presentation on paleo and Suppers and a chance to join a new meeting at the Suppers Programs. Stay tuned for time and further details.

Fifth Annual Taste of Suppers on December 1, 2016

Fifth Annual Taste of Suppers took place at the Princeton Public Library on December 1st, 2016. Dr. Benito was the keynote speaker for last year's event. If you are concerned about diabetes and wish to get some tips on how to preserve function, watch this recorded video of her presentation.

Closed - Thyroid workshop on November 13, 2016

Our first thyroid workshop was a success. Look out for our next event, information coming soon