Medical Advisory Board
Dr. Vogel, MD
Background: Dr. Lukas S. Vogel is a medical doctor and biology graduate from leading German universities. Besides specializing in the fields of psychosomatic medicine, psychotherapy and rehabilitation, he is focused on the aspects of nutritional medicine and phytotherapy.
Thoughts on Dietary Supplements: “In medicine, natural plant-based options have a long-lasting tradition. The difficult part for patients and physicians alike is to sift through the mounds of misinformation and find ingredients supported by traditional use that also have modern data to support their use.”
Dr. Chris, PharmD
Background: Dr. Chris Jackson is a Doctor of Pharmacy. Dr. Jackson trained at The University of Texas at Austin and has published several research projects to advance the use of rapid diagnostics in the field of infectious disease. He served as a Combat Medic and Infantry Officer in the US Army.
Thoughts on Dietary Supplements: “Essentially, pharma only cures two things, infections and cancer. Taking an approach involving supplementation of specific nutrients is the best proactive approach that I can imagine.”
Dr. Bischoff, MD
Background: Dr. Helge G. Bischoff is a managing senior physician for thoracic oncology and is currently head of the institute of the renowned lung cancer center in Heidelberg, Germany. Specialized in pulmonary and bronchial medicine with over 30 years of experience, he has extensive experience in the field of lung health and the treatment of pulmonary diseases. Being a specialist for many years and with countless scientific publications, he is one of the leading and highly respected specialists in Germany.
Dr. Kanaan, MD
Background: Dr. Matthew Kanaan is a Board-Certified Sports Medicine Physician. Dr. Kanaan trained at Duke University Medical Center and has published many research projects to advance the field of sports medicine. He has held academic positions as a professor both in psychology and in medicine.
Thoughts on Dietary Supplements: “Quite often our first instinct is to put patients on yet another prescription medication. In some of these cases there might be evidence for a more natural solution, the key to finding the right supplement and evidence to support its use.”
Dr. Tanoue, MD
Background: Dr. Nathan Tanoue is a General Surgeon. He is a graduate of the University of Arizona College of Medicine and where he also earned his undergraduate degree in Chemistry.
Thoughts on Dietary Supplements: “High quality, evidence-based medicine can extend to studied supplements - in both improving health and enhancing performance.”