Dr. Thomas Wnorowski

PhD, CNCC Research Director, BodyBio & Biomedical Nutritionist

Biography

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.

Blog posts

10 Signs of an Unhealthy Gut and What to Do About It

We’re just beginning to learn how devastating an unhealthy gut can be to your whole body. Your gut is home to 500 million neurons (yes, the same ones found in your brain!) and 100 trillion strands of bacteria that form your microbiome.

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The Dangers of Glyphosate and How to Protect Yourself from Toxicity

We wanted to take this chance to give an update on glyphosate and its extremely dangerous effects on human health and the health of our planet. It degrades our soil (even while some are fighting to protect and restore it via regenerative agriculture), and we are seeing more and more detrimental health effects from glyphosate use.

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How to Boost Your Cellular Health and Improve Your Healthspan

Thinking about cellular health is a way to get to the root of many health concerns — a way of “hacking” the system from the inside out. After all, what’s behind the formation of your organs, tissues, and systems? It all goes back to your cells.

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