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Who's Who in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine

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Posted on Apr 13, 2009, 12 p.m.

Week of April 13, 2009

Paul Clayton, PhD

Dr. Clayton graduated Summa cum Laude at Edinburgh University, and earned a PhD in medical pharmacology at the MRS Brain Metabolism Unit, Edinburgh. He served as a senior advisor to Committee on Safety of Medicines. For last 30 years, PC has specialised in the pharmacology of food and food derivates, consulting to Coca Cola, P& G, and many other companies. He is the author of Health Defence, the first textbook of pharmaconutrition, and PharmacoNutrition (to be published in Spring of '09). PC is currently developing clinical trials of pharmaconutritional interventions in Hungary, where he is Scientific Director of the new Szent-Gyorgyi Institute.

At the upcoming 17th World Congress on Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine in Orlando (April 23-25, 2009), Dr. Clayton will present, Demographic Analysis Shows that Mid-Victorians Lived Longer and Better than We Do Today, on Friday, April 24th, 2009.

This discussion will present a detailed analysis of the mid-Victorian period that has revealed that their patterns of physical activity and diet were very much better than ours, and met or surpassed current government high-end recommendations.

For more information, call 1-888-997-0112

Week of April 6, 2009

Paul Clayton, PhD

Dr. Clayton graduated Summa cum Laude at Edinburgh University, and subsequently earned a PhD in medical pharmacology at the MRS Brain Metabolism Unit, Edinburgh. He then served as a senior advisor to Committee on Safety of Medicines. For last 30 years, PC has specialised in the pharmacology of food and food derivates. He consults to Coca Cola, Proctor & Gamble, Arla Foods, Danisco, HFL and many other companies in the food and beverage sector. He is the author of Health Defence, the first textbook of pharmaconutrition (now going to 3rd edition), and PharmacoNutrition (to be published by the Royal Society of Medicine Press in Spring of '09). PC is currently developing clinical trials of pharmaconutritional interventions in Hungary, where he is Scientific Director of the new Szent-Gyorgyi Institute.

At the upcoming 17th World Congress on Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine in Orlando (April 23-25, 2009), Dr. Clayton will present, Demographic Analysis Shows that Mid-Victorians Lived Longer and Better than We Do Today, on Friday, April 24th, 2009.

This discussion will present a detailed analysis of the mid-Victorian period that has revealed that their patterns of physical activity and diet were very much better than ours, and met or surpassed current government high-end recommendations.

For more information, call 1-888-997-0112

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