Robert Iafelice

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Location
Mentor, Ohio, USA
School
Miami University Of Ohio, Case Western Reserve University
Expertise
Diet And Nutrition, Physical Fitness, Intermittent Fasting
  • Bob is the author of "Hold On to Your Muscle, Be Free of Disease" — a call to action detailing the link between muscle health and human longevity.
  • An avid practitioner of high-intensity sprint-intervals, Bob competes in sprint races at Masters track events.
  • As someone who follows the aphorism, "practice what you preach," Bob is a strong advocate of time-restricted eating and regular weight training.

Experience

Robert Iafelice, MS, RDN is a functional nutritionist, author, and freelance medical writer. Bob has contributed several chapters to the sixth edition of Lief Extension's Disease Prevention and Treatment, a medical reference book of evidence-based protocols used to combat the diseases of aging. He has also written continuing education self-study courses for nutritional professionals, including Intermittent Fasting: Evidence-Based Approaches to Optimized Health and Disease Resistance as well as Clinical Strategies to Combat Food Allergies and Intolerances. In addition to extensive experience as a nutritionist in integrative/functional medicine, Bob has experience as a gym owner, university nutrition instructor, and health educator in the nutraceuticals industry.

Education

Bob earned an M.S. in Nutrition Science from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio and a B.A. in Chemistry from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. These degrees make him highly qualified to write on a variety of health and nutrition topics, with a deep understanding of health & disease at the molecular level.
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