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About the Book
Sheri's diverse experience has given her with a unique perspective on the challenges of the ageing process, and how it impacts on our quality of life.
This book is an introduction to the cutting-edge field of mitochondrial therapy, and anti-ageing. It is written in an accessible format and will inspire anyone who wishes to take back control of their health, to slow down the processes of ageing, to ensure that the second half of life is superior to the first.
Sheri Dixon is registered with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council, the British Association of Nutritional Therapists, and the Federation of Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.
About the Author
Sheri Dixon is a registered nutritional therapy consultant with over twenty years of experience in practice.
She has taught nutritional courses to health and sports professionals, based on individual biochemistry, since 2001.
Sheri is a freelance writer and speaker, and has given talks for British Airways, and the British Football Association. She was a featured nutrition expert in the global Corporate Live Wire Expert Medical Guide in 2015. LiveWire Medical provides senior executives, and professionals with insights on new, cutting-edge developments in a range of different areas in the health sector.
Prior to qualifying in nutrition, Sheri enjoyed over twenty years working as cabin crew. This personal aviation experience has given her first-hand insight into the known health risks associated with accumulative exposure to cosmic radiation.
Sheri has assisted MUDr. Michael Kucera in his UK mitochondrial medicine practice since March 2010. Dr. Kucera is an experienced orthodox medical doctor who is affiliated with the scientific space medicine research of Prof. R. Baevsky, and Prof. Berseneva, at the Institute for Biomedical Problems, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow.