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PQQ: The Next Generation Energy Supplement

Dan Lifton
Guest Bio
Guest Bio: Dan Lifton
Dan Lifton PhotoDan Lifton is the CEO of Quality of Life Labs, a nutritional supplement company with a unique commitment to only use ingredients backed by human clinical studies and delivered in dosages supported by the research.

Dan is an expert in evidence-based dietary supplements and has been a leading advocate for the adoption of clinically validated natural compounds by the mainstream medical community.

Over the past seven years, he has coordinated clinical research studies and lead a variety of educational initiatives to introduce important natural ingredients such PQQ, AHCC and Oligonol to clinicians worldwide.

Dan has been a frequent guest on health radio programs throughout the country and has co-authored two health books.

Dan holds a Master's Degree with Honors from Columbia University and a B.S. cum laude from Georgetown University. He is a Certified Holistic Coach, a member of the American Society for Anti-Aging Medicine and currently serves as the Chairman of the Japan Bionutraceutical Research Association.
An abundance of published studies underscores the critical importance of the mitochondria to overall health, especially as you age.

Until recently, the only natural ways for aging individuals to increase the number of mitochondria in their bodies were long-term calorie restriction or exhaustive physical activity - which are difficult or impractical for most people to implement. PQQ offers a viable alternative.

Special guest, Dan Lifton, joins Dr. Mike to discuss this next generation energy supplement.
  • Original Air Date Thursday, 17 October 2013
  • Guest Facebook Account https://www.facebook.com/qualityoflifelabs
  • Host Dr. Michael Smith, MD

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