Michael experienced a major life-changing event at age 28 when he was diagnosed with testicular cancer. While it was no walk in the park at the time, he now considers himself lucky to have experienced this event. He quickly realized that changing his lifestyle was the best option for reducing his risk of acquiring additional chronic diseases down the road, including the recurrence of cancer.
Specific lifestyle changes that Michael made include dietary changes and use of nutrient supplementation; physical activity including high-intensity interval training, aerobic exercise, and yoga; as well as chiropractic and meditation to support all three aspects of overall wellness--physical, chemical, and emotional. It has been 15 years since making this health transformation and Michael is the healthiest and happiest version of himself. More importantly, the experience helped him to discover his passion and life mission to share his knowledge with the community. He hopes that everyone will have the opportunity to learn and understand the power of nutrition and other lifestyle factors that contribute in maintaining a high quality of life, from infancy through the senior years.
Michael has a bachelor's degree in Biology from SUNY Farmingdale State College and a master's degree in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport. Prior to his work as a clinical nutritionist, he worked as a clinical laboratory scientist, specializing in cancer genetics, in several New York hospitals and commercial laboratories. Moreover, his skill in filtering reliable research to formulate the best nutrition plan for his clients is like no other.