Dec 3, 2021
The science of health is so fascinating to me! One of my favorite teachers in understanding this science is joining me this week: Dr. Shawn Talbott. He has taken his passion for life, health and nutrition science to empower all of us to live our healthiest, happiest life. With his ever expanding knowledge on clinical case studies, emerging science and making it palatable and attainable to all, he has become a leading Nutritional Biochemist and product innovator in the Mental Fitness arena. Join me as we discuss the brain-gut-mind connection and his new book Mental Fitness!
Dr. Shawn Talbott is responsible for Amare’s research, development and product formulation. Dr. Shawn leads all aspects of the development of new product formulations and specifications, as well as clinical and experimental research, product claims substantiation and technical support. His unique ability to explain complex terminology in simple terms helps people understand the science behind new and existing products. His 20+ years of experience developing nutritional products that have generated more than $1 Billion in sales has all led to him finding his true passion at Amare — using his skills and experience to help people feel better through improved mental wellness and psychological vigor (mental acuity, physical energy and total performance).
Dr. Shawn Talbott received dual bachelor’s degrees in Sports Medicine (B.S.) and Fitness Management (B.A.) from Marietta College, a master’s degree (M.S.) in Exercise Science from the University of Massachusetts, and a Ph.D. in Nutritional Biochemistry from Rutgers University. He is also a Diplomate of the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) Sports Nutrition program, and has completed a wide range of entrepreneurship studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), including the Entrepreneurial Master’s Program (EMP), the Entrepreneurship Development Program (EDP), and the Advanced Certificate for Executives (ACE) in Management, Innovation, and Technology.
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