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Ross Pelton, the Natural Pharmacist, is an internationally recognized leader in the science & technology of life extension. Ross’ landmark book, Rapamycin, mTOR, Autophagy & Treating mTOR Syndrome is ushering in a revolution in life extension.
Ross Pelton is currently the Scientific Director for Essential Formulas, Inc, based in Dallas, TX. As a pharmacist, he is an expert on pharmaceutical drugs and their life-altering side effects. As a certified clinical nutritionist (CCN), he counsels clients on diet, nutrition and natural therapies for a wide range of health issues. As a health care professional, Ross helps clients and other healthcare professionals utilize and integrate natural therapies and life extension technologies into their lives and/or practices to achieve a healthier, longer life.
With over 30 years of research and scientific experience, Ross Pelton has turned his passion for educating people on health and life extension into a legacy for thousands of clients around the world. Whether its tackling tough subjects like Natural Therapies for Depression & Anxiety, Natural Therapies for ADD & ADHD, Preventing the Side Effects of Birth Control Pills and Natural Therapies for Sleep, Ross covers a myriad of subjects and speaks frankly about what you need to do naturally to take charge of your life.
Ross Pelton began his career in the health sciences by graduating from the University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy in 1966. Ross worked as a pharmacist for a number of years before joining the Peace Corps in 1972. He taught high school chemistry for 2 years in Malaysia, and also closely observed the village shamans and native healing arts in Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia
In 1982 Ross began doing cancer research at the University of California at San Diego (UCSD) under the world renown scientist Dr. Gerhard Schrauzer. Ross conducted studies with Dr. Schrauzer on the relationship between the trace mineral selenium and breast cancer. They added trace amounts of selenium to the drinking water of mice. 85% of the control mice developed mammary tumors while less than 15% of the mice that received trace amounts of selenium developed tumors. This was a powerful experience for Ross the pharmacist who was starting to change careers and become Ross the scientist/researcher. Ever since this initial cancer research, which revealed that the simple, inexpensive mineral selenium could result in a over a 70% reduction in breast cancer, Ross has been passionately pursuing and evaluating the science that explains and supports natural medicine. Although this initial research was with laboratory animals, Ross now has impressive studies which report that selenium is a powerful anti-cancer agent in humans.
In 1987 Ross worked for a year as a consultant for The Gerson Institute, researching and documenting long-term survivors of people who used the Gerson Therapy as a sole cancer treatment. Then, in 1988 Ross and his wife Taffy moved to Baja, Mexico where Ross became hospital administrator of one of the world’s largest hospitals that specialized in alternative, non-toxic cancer therapies. From 1988 to 1994 Ross managed the in-patient and out-patient alternative cancer therapies for thousands of cancer patients. After returning to San Diego in 1994, Ross wrote about these important alternative cancer therapies in his second book, which is titled Alternatives In Cancer Therapy (Simon & Schuster, 1994). Subsequently, he also wrote How To Prevent Breast Cancer (Simon & Schuster, 1995). his wife Taffy Clarke Pelton, MA and Skip Vint, MD.
In 1994 Ross became a certified clinical nutritionist (CCN) through the International and American Association of Clinical Nutritionists (IAACN). He teaches two weekend seminars for health professionals who aspire to pass the exam and become certified clinical nutritionists.
Ross is the author of ten books on a variety of health topics: The Drug-Induced Nutrient Depletion Handbook, (Lexi-Comp, 2001) The Nutritional Cost of Drugs, 2nd Edition (Morton Publishing Co., 2004) The Natural Therapeutics Pocket Guide (Lexi-Comp., 2000) How To Prevent Breast Cancer (Simon & Schuster, 1995) Alternatives In Cancer Therapy (Simon & Schuster, 1994) Mind Food and Smart Pills (Doubleday, 1989)