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Episode 001: Featuring Dr. Robert Wolfe

Episode 001: Featuring Dr. Robert Wolfe

Robert Wolfe, Ph.D. discusses Essential Amino Acids and their impact on your quality of life.

In this episode Doctor Robert Wolfe explains how essential amino acids will soon be the most important supplement in the world for an aging population. He’s has been heard around the world on TV and Radio explaining the benefits of essential amino acids. On this podcast he makes the case that essential amino acids are the most necessary of all the nutritional supplements you may be taking.

About Robert Wolfe, Ph.D.:

Doctor Wolfe is the author of The Building Blocks of Life – How Essential Amino Acids Keep You Young, Vibrant and Healthy, and is the Jane and Edward Chair in Nutritional Longevity, Director, Center for Translational Research in Aging and Longevity, and Professor of Geriatrics at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and Donald W. Reynolds Institute on Aging, Little Rock, Arkansas.

Dr. Wolfe has published 579 peer-reviewed original research articles, scientific reviews, and book chapters. These publications have been cited over 54,388 times in other scientific papers according to Google Scholar. These studies have been conducted with support from competitive research grants from the National Institutes of Health, National Space Biomedical Institute, US Department of Defense, the US Department of Agriculture, as well as the US Olympic Committee.

The Building Blocks of Life – How Essential Amino Acids Keep You Young, Vibrant and Healthy

The building blocks of life possess the unique power to keep on building, regardless of how young or old we might be.

If you’re looking to maintain or improve your youth, vibrancy and health, this book is for you!

Inside this easy-to-read book you will quickly understand just how important Essential Amino Acids are to your muscles, your life, and your long-term health. What is more, you will know exactly what to do next to achieve the healthy lifestyle you want.


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