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Ray Sahelian, MD

Ray Sahelian, MD, obtained a BS in nutrition from Drexel University and completed his doctoral training at Thomas Jefferson Medical School, both in Philadelphia. He is certified by the American Board of Family Practice. A popular and respected physician and medical writer, Sahelian is internationally recognized as a moderate voice in the evaluation of natural supplements. In his books and writings, he discusses both the benefits and risks of these supplements.

Sahelian has been seen on numerous television programs including NBC Today, NBC Nightly News, CBS This Morning, Dateline NBC, and CNN. He has been quoted by major magazines and newspapers, such as Newsweek, Modern Maturity, Health, Men's Journal, Men's Health, USA Today, the Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, The Miami Herald, and Le Monde (France). Millions of radio listeners nationwide have heard him discuss the latest research on health and medical topics. He also regularly contributes articles to various health magazines. Many of his books have been translated into several languages, including Japanese, Korean, Italian, German, Russian, and Chinese.


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