Trevor Kashey has a Ph.D. in biochemistry with emphasis on cellular energy transduction (which he completed at the age of 23). He began his formal scientific career as a high school student, doing non-small cell lung cancer research at the Translational Genomics Research Institute in Phoenix, AZ. He has consistently been doing research since then, both in academic laboratories and as a consultant for select research firms, and governments, foreign and abroad.
Trevor regularly contributes critical analysis of technical research for public and private institutions. Trevor dedicates his life to education and outreach in the realm of nutrition, dietary supplements, and quality of life. This passion manifests itself in multiple venues, as he regularly lectures at colleges, conferences, summits, and conventions. Trevor writes and edits for various media outlets under, and will, generally, meet with anyone who is willing to listen!
Trevor utilizes body composition change as a fulcrum for longstanding health benefits, with increases in fitness and performance as a side effect. He advises Physicians, their patients, World’s Strongest Man competitors, foreign Olympic teams, 150-mile ultramarathon runners, Geriatric populations, 9-figure CEOs and anyone else who gives a damn about being awesome.
Trevor seeks to blend anecdotal, academic, clinical data, and to harmonize it into practical information. Not only is it important to be stronger and faster; it is paramount to be healthier to succeed, and be happy, in the long term.
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