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Bill Misner was born in Greencastle, Indiana, USA on February 22, 1940. He graduated from Indiana University in 1962 with a degree in Physical Education and Athletic Training. During the Vietnam era, Misner served in the United States Marine Corps from 1960-1965. From 1984-1996, William worked as a Certified Athletic Trainer for a Sports Physical Therapy Clinic in Spokane, Washington before pursuing graduate study that led to a Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy in Holistic Nutrition from the American Holistic College of Nutrition (with highest honors) 1996. From 1996 through 2006, Misner headed the Research and Product Development department for Hammer Nutrition Ltd., Montana. During that time, he contributed important nutrition articles to Vogue, Heart and Soul, Runners World, Ski Magazine, Muscle Magazine, Muscle Media Magazine, Trail Runner Magazine, and Let's Live Magazine. He served as a faculty alternate for the New York Chiropractic College Masters A.C.N. Nutrition Program, an invited speaker to Idaho University Dieticians, National Advisory Board member of the American Fitness Professionals and Associates, and an Associate Editor to the American Society of Exercise Physiologists. Misner's original research papers were published in the prestigious Clinical Practice of Alternative Medicine Journal, the International Journal of Clinical Pharmacology Research, the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, and the Canadian Medical Association Journal. His first nutrition book was, “Nutrition For Endurance – Finding Another Gear, Dolezal & Associates (1998). After retiring in 2006, Misner’s research studies focused on several associations between diet and health. His 2nd nutrition book, “What Should I Eat? A Food Endowed Prescription For Well Being,” won 3rd place in the Publisher’s best new books of the month in July 2008. During 2009 and 2010, he studied research studies through Cornell University’s Plant Based Nutrition Certificate course. This course of study examined what specific whole foods either improve or compromise human health. Misner’s interpretation of this research required a personal application to confirm if the claims of a whole plant food protocol would reduce cholesterol. After 90-days consuming only whole plant foods, his body weight decreased -8% and his total cholesterol decreased -35%. He completed the Plant Based Nutrition certification course endorsed by Cornell University [eCornell] and the T. Colin Campbell Foundation. Eating whole plant foods has been evaluated as a means to prevent or reverse progression of diseases resulting in mortality associated with calorie- elevated cholesterol. Misner describes this hypothesis in his 3rd book www.Lulu.com publishers, “Phytonutrition: Finding Fitness For Life!”
AAMA Board Certified Alternative Medicine Practitioner - American Alternative Medical Association Commission on Certification #38272409 - 2004-present
Ph.D. Holistic Nutrition (Highest Honors 4.0 GPA) 1996 & M.S. Holistic Nutrition (Honors 3.87 GPA) 1996 American Holistic College of Nutrition
 Clayton College of Natural Health (member United States Distance Learning Association) 2140 11th Avenue South, Suite 305 · Birmingham, AL 35205 http://www.ccnh.edu
 World Association of Universities and Colleges (during CCHN term)
 American Association of Drugless Practitioners
 American Naturopathic Medical Certification and Accreditation Board
1994 Contract Staff, Certified Athletic Trainer - Eastern Washington University, Cheney, Washington
1984-86 CSMT (Graduate Athletic Trainer Internship) Eastern Washington University, Cheney, Washington & Gonzaga University, Spokane, Washington, USA
1962 B.S. (Honors) Physical Education, Athletic Training - English Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, USA
GUEST LECTURER UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO DIETICIANS 2009 Washington State University Campus, Spokane, Washington, USA
FACULTY ALTERNATE 2006 - New York Chiropractic College Masters A.C.N. Nutrition Program http://www.nycc.edu/AcademicPrograms_MSACNprogram.htm
American Society Exercise Physiologists 1996-2003 Associate Editor, Metabolic Responses to Exercise http://www.css.edu/users/tboone2/asep/fldr/fldr.htm
Alternative Medicine Whole Plant Based Nutrition effects on health and exercise performance.
Alternative Medicine Exogenous Plant Based Substance Extract effects on resolving common health issues.
Book: Phytonutrition: Finding fitness for life! LuLu.Com Publishing. 2008.
Book: What Should I Eat? A Food Endowed Prescription For Well Being. LuLu.Com Publishing. 2008.
Book: NUTRITION FOR ENDURANCE: FINDING ANOTHER GEAR, Dolezal & Associates Publishing, Livermore California, 1998.
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