A rogue chemist turned consumer health advocate, Shane "The People's Chemist" Ellison has a bachelor's degree in biology from Fort Lewis College and a master's degree in organic chemistry from Northern Arizona University. He is a two-time recipient of the prestigious Howard Hughes Medical Institute Research Grant for his studies in biochemistry and physiology and has been a contributor and quoted by USA Today, OnFitness, Woman's World, Women's Health, and Women's Day.
He has served as guest lecturer for large corporations like BP and appeared in the award winning documentary Prescription For Disaster by Gary Null and Associates, as well as Cut, Poison and Burn by Joe Bink Films and Making a Killing by The Citizens Commission on Human Rights.
Shane is the founder of ThePeoplesChemist.com, which provides hard-to-find "nutrition boosters" for optimal health and sports performance and teaches people how to activate hormone intelligence therapy (HIT) to easily and inexpensively lose fat, build muscle, and boost energy in ninety days with his The AM-PM Fat Loss Discovery. His free, monthly column is read by over 400,000 online readers.
Very informative. This information is very helpful on my quest for better health.Published 5 days ago by sheri peterson
Great resource book...I actually need to read this again as it has been some time.Published 9 days ago by Mary Ann Schoonover
Take charge with great info.
His language is a bit salty, yet if you can get past that, a BUNCH of good information to be had!
I would recommend this book to anyone who is serious about changing their life choices to becoming healthier. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Debbie
This BookHas Changed My Life. Reading this book taught me the facts about big pharma and the Supplements industry and the chemistry. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Larry Sands
Great read on over-the-counter cures to potentially chronic ailments.Published 21 days ago by Big Boss Dogg
I have tried so many different products and prescriptions to feel healthy again and found that most had me feeling worse. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Amazon Customer
I've read this a few times and refer back to it a lot. Just wish there was a section on breathing issues such as asthma.Published 1 month ago by Martha Roman
It's amazing how application of common sense can really make a positive difference in your life. Follow what is natural and created by nature to support your good health. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer