ANATOLY ANTOSHCEHKIN, M.D, Ph.D., graduated from the First Moscow Medical Institute as a medical doctor in 1961. He later received a Ph.D. in molecular genetics. He has worked as senior researcher at the Institute of Space Research of the Russian Academy of Sciences specializing in the bio-medical stress related to space travel. As a scientific consultant to the Russian Olympic Committee, Dr. Antoshechkin pioneered work on cellular energy production as it related to athletic performance. His research has been devoted to the study of human metabolism and its disturbances. His interest in now focused on the use of adaptogenic plant extracts and their molecular mechanisms of stimulating the human body, specifically in regards to cellular energy production. Dr. Antoshechkin is a member of the New York Academy of Sciences, American College of Medical Genetics, American College of Nutrition, Council of Healthcare Advisers.
GOTTFRIED LANGE, M.D, graduated as a medical doctor in 1980 from Hamburg University in Germany. He specializes in the field of naturopathy and cellular nutrition, and the effects of chemical residues in the human body. Dr. Lange has researched the influences of drugs and environmental pollutants, such as heavy metals and pesticides, on human health and has consulted and published in the field of effective detoxification methods. He is a popular lecturer with consumers and health professionals on chemistry, toxicology and the prevention and cures for common diseases including cardiovascular diseases and cancer.
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