Dr. Thomas Wnorowski

PhD, CNCC Research Director, BodyBio & Biomedical Nutritionist


Dr. Wnorowski is a widely published biomedical nutritionist, Board Certified in Integrative Medicine, with post-doctoral study from Purdue, Tufts and Johns Hopkins Universities, focusing on the clinical management of obesity, diabetes education, men’s and women’s health and cardiac rehabilitation.  He has a PhD and certifications in clinical/biomedical nutrition and master’s degrees in human nutrition and educational psychology.  A member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and the American Association of Integrative Medicine, he sits on the board of Mohr Results Sports Nutrition and the Integrative and Function Nutrition Academy. Dr. Wnorowski was the honored recipient of the 2006 Excellence in Practice Award from the American Dietetic Association.

Recent posts

Drug Inflation, Nutrient Depletion

Almost 50 percent of all Americans use at least one prescription drug regularly. The most common of these medications, even those taken over-the-counter, deplete one or more vital nutrients that are needed to survive. Medications and seemingly harmless supplements, such as melatonin, when taken daily can actually exacerbate the original issue and in some cases cause even more health issues.

Endocrine Disruption

Endocrine disruptors are chemicals known to interfere with our endocrine system and have been linked to the development of learning disabilities, ADD/ADHD, cognitive problems, and even hormonal changes. Good news is there are ways to clean up the mess these chemicals create in our bodies.