What Makes a Good Supplement? With Mike Rhees

In this Episode…

Many people recognize the importance of a healthy diet. But it isn’t always easy to buy and prepare fresh and well-balanced meals every day.
Also, people have different nutritional needs based on gender, physical activity, eating habits, age, and overall health condition. So, how do you treat dietary deficiencies? As a practitioner, how do you ensure your clients get the proper nutrition and supplements to optimize their health?

To help us understand the world of supplements better, I invited industry expert Mike Rhees. He worked as the Clinical Director of a well-known supplement company for years. He currently leads the Business Development team of a leading Canadian-based dietary supplement company driven by research and innovation.

Join us today as we talk about what has changed in the supplement industry over the past 20 years, what makes a good supplement, and how we can help practitioners elevate their practice by incorporating the best quality supplements in their health programs.
If you are a practitioner, there’s a lot you can learn from this episode, so don’t miss it!

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“What you want to look for are multiple therapies in just one product. That’s called synergy. That’s therapy for your patients. That’s therapy for you. And then, you want third party research, you want to make sure that the ingredients are clean and free from contaminants so its a product you can trust.”
– Mike Rhees

In This Episode:

  • What was the supplement industry like 20 years ago?
  • How has the business side of the supplement industry changed?
  • What healthcare practitioners are realizing now. Mike’s extensive background in the supplement industry. This is one of my biggest pet peeves What role do supplements have in shaping the business of many practitioners?
  • What makes a good supplement?
  • What is a Certificate of Analysis, and why is it important?
  • How do I create protocols?How can Mike help practitioners?
  • What’s been happening in the supplement industry?


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