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Dr., PhD American Holistic College of Nutrition PhD Emeritus/Retired
1140 West Glass Avenue, Spokane, Wa. 99205 USA United States of America 99205
Bill Misner, Ph.D., 1996-2006, performed the duties as Director, Research & Product Development, for a private industry company, Hammer Nutrition, Whitefish, Montana, USA. As full-time Staff-Nutritionist, Misner assisted enduance athletes to realize maximum benefits from use of macronutrients and microntrients specific to achieve optimum performance. Misner completed his undergraduate studies at Indiana University with distinction, earning a B.S. in Physical Education (Athletic Training) and English. He was an ASMA (American Sports Medicine Association) Certified Sports Medicine Trainer 14 years in clinical physical therapy practice. He completed Masters of Science and Doctoral degrees from the American Holistic College of Nutrition, Birmingham, Alabama, USA - [WAUC & ANMAB accredited] with High Honors, indicative of a 4.0 GPA during his Ph.D. studies. Misner published articles on nutrition focused upon athletic performance issues for endurance athletes. His legacy is regarded highly from data proof finding that food alone does not provide all the substances needed for optimal performance (2006). Furthermore he participated in research that determined specific micronutrient substance-extracts could reduce arthritic inflammation (2002). In 2007, after he retired from private industrial research, he discovered a novel topical substance with remarkable antibacterial effects. Misner has contributed dozens of popular articles on health, fitness, and nutrition to magazines as The Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients, Runner's World, Mountain Bike Action, International Sportscience Association, World African Network, and Myodynamics.
In 2011, Misner won 3-USA National Champion Gold Medals age [70-74] in the 15K Trail Run, Half Marathon Trail Run, and the 50K Trail Run. He is the only American athlete to win 3-USA National Trail Runs in a single year. In 2012, Misner won the USA National Trail Marathon Championship Gold in the 70-74 age bracket becoming the first runner in history to win 4-National Masters Age-Group Championships from 15K-t0-50K!
Invited Faculty AlternateEastern Washington University
Faculty Alternate - New York Chiropractic College Masters A.C.N. Nutrition Program 2006
Invited Lecturer - Alternative Medicine [Nutrition] Dietician Graduating Class University of Idaho 2009
Alternative Medicine Nutrition
Nutrition: Whole Plant Food Effects on Health & Athletic Performance
Exogenous Anti-Inflammatory Substances
Exogenous Anti-Bacterial Substances
Publications 1. Phytonutrition: Finding fitness for life! LuLu.Com Publishing. 2008.2. What should I Eat? A food Endowed prescription for well being. LuLu.Com Publishing. 2008.3. Nuntrition for Endurance: Finding another gear, Dolezal & Associates Publishing, Livermore California, 1998.Original Research 1. Misner B. What are the Effects of Topical N-Acetylcarnosine [eye drops] onCataract-Inhibited Vision in an Elderly Subject? - A Case Report . WebmedCentral ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE 2012;3(4):WMC0032142. Misner B. Drinking Distilled Water- Are the effects Positive or Negative? - An Opinion. WebmedCentral NUTRITION 2011;2(12):WMC002554 3. Misner B. Ubiquinone Increases Performance of an Elderly Runner: A Case Report. WebmedCentral ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE 2011;2(12):WMC0025964. Misner B. Coenzyme Q Effects the Endurance of the Runner Performance: A Case Report. WebmedCentral ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE 2011;2(12):WMC002548Misner B. Coenzyme Q-10 Effects Endurance Performance - A Case Study. WebmedCentral ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE 2011;2(10):WMC002347 5. Misner B. Coenzyme Q-10 Effects Endurance Runner's Performance - A Case Report. WebmedCentral ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE 2011;2(11):WMC002437 6. Misner B. Coenzyme Q-10 Effects Endurance Performance - A Case Report. WebmedCentral ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE 2011;2(11):WMC0024007. Misner B. Coenzyme Q-10 Effects Endurance Performance - A Case Report. WebmedCentral ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE 2011;2(10):WMC0023808. Misner B., & Cranton E., Endurance Performance Gains Following Intravenous EDTA Chelation Therapy In A Healthy 60-year Old Athlete. CLINICAL PRACTICE OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE, Volume 2, Number 2, Summer 2001: Pages 135 & 136. 9. Bagchi D, Misner B, Bagchi M, Kothari SC, Downs BW, Fafard RD, Preuss HG. Effects of orally administered undenatured type II collagen against arthritic inflammatory diseases: a mechanistic exploration. Int J Clin Pharmacol Res. 2002;22(3-4):101-10. PMID: 12837047 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] 10. Misner, B. Food alone may not provide sufficient micronutrients for preventing deficiency. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition. 3(1):51-55, 2006. 11. Misner B. Food May Not Provide Sufficient Micronutrients To Avoid Deficiency. Townsend Letter for Doctors & Patients - The Examiner Of Medical Alternatives. April 2005. http://www.townsendletter.com/12. Misner B. A Novel Device Reduces Spoilage from Aerobic Bacterial Growth in Refrigerated ApplesTownsend Letter for Doctors & Patients October 2005 #267; page 71. http://www.townsendletter.com/Oct2005/noveldevice1005.htm13. Misner B., Does Glutathione Enhance Exercise Performance? - A Case Study. The Townsend Letter For Doctors & Patients. July 2003:66. http://www.townsendletter.com/14. Misner B. “Does the Growth Rate of Aerobic Bacterial Cells in Organic Plant Foods Reflect the Health Potential of that Food in Human Cells?” Townsend Letter for Doctors & Patients - The Examiner Of Medical Alternatives. August/September 2004: 78-80. http://www.townsendletter.com/15. Misner Bill. Fifty Nutrient Associations That Influence Health State, TOWNSEND LETTER, http://www.townsendletter.com/Jan2008/50assn0108.htm 16. A novel antimicrobial moist-towelette inhibits aerobic bacteria, yeast, mold-fungus growth on human skin. In press. May 2008, Townsend Letter. http://www.townsendletter.com/17. Misner Bill. Novel Oral Compound May Inhibit Upper-Respiratory Infection, Townsend Letter October 2009. http://www.townsendletter.com/Oct2009/Oct2009.html 18. Misner Bill. "Is Milk Associated with Obesity?" The Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients. May 2010. http://www.townsendletter.com/
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