Jason's healthcare career began with Pfizer where he served roles in sales, product development, marketing management, and product management. After several years at Pfizer, Jason eventually moved on to Stryker before being recruited by Johnson & Johnson to help launch the Wound Management division for Ethicon Inc.
Having worked for three of the largest companies in healthcare, Jason understands firsthand the inner working’s of the industry and increasingly became convinced that natural remedies to aid healing must be made accessible, which is why he is so passionate about bioceuticals, which are herbs, enzymes, vitamins, and plant based treatments with known health benefits to provide natural ways of combating common ailments. Bioceuticals contain ingredients that come from nature, which means negative side effects are nearly eliminated.
We all know that what we put into our bodies has a direct effect (whether good or bad) on our health and well-being. “I am dedicated to finding healthy solutions to pressing health care challenges to increase health and well-being at every stage of life”.
Nichole is an Integrative Nurse Practitioner with a B.S. in Nursing from Indiana University and a M.S. in Nursing from University of Indianapolis graduating with Sigma Theta Tau honors from both programs. She began her career working in family practice medicine at Methodist Hospital/Clarian Health in 1991. After 15 years in traditional patient care, Nichole branched out starting her own holistic healthcare practice. Today, Nichole blends together western medical treatments as well as utilizing nutraceuticals and IV nutraceuticals to help her patients. She focuses on patients who are dealing with auto-immune diseases, chronic health problems, chronic pain, food and environmental allergies and children on the Autism Spectrum. She has spent the past decade working with many women who are challenged by Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue and helping them feel well. Nichole is helping Premier Bioceuticals educate our customers about their health so that they make smart choices when purchasing supplements. “It is my goal to help my patients achieve the best level of health possible and I treat every client as if they are family and would have it no other way.”
David Anderson received his B. A. from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and his M. D. degree from The University of Texas in Galveston. Dr. Anderson has specialties in Internal Medicine and Pulmonary Diseases, having done his training at both New York Medical College in Valhalla and The State University of New York School of Medicine in Stony Brook. Over the last two decades, he’s gained invaluable experience as an active coordinator for a wide range of activities that included medical school - associated scientists and physicians working on projects that involved governmental departments and / or agencies as well as non – governmental associations concerned with regulatory and legal issues. During this period he played a major role in facilitating uniquely collaborative relationships between retail and marketing company personnel and medical school faculty and staff during projects involving product development and evaluation as they related to specific claims substantiation of alternative medical therapeutics. Dr. Anderson has been mentioned in Strathmore’s WHO’S WHO, Great Minds Of The 21st Century – 2nd Edition and America’s Registry Of Outstanding Professionals – 2006 Edition and he has been listed as an honored member in Americas Registry of Outstanding Professionals.
Alix began her career working on eductional media projects at not-for-profit organizations in both Washington, D.C. and Indianapolis. After 15 years of working on a large scale Alix received her M.S. in Holistic Nutrition to work with patients in a one-on-one situation. Her practice focuses on teaching both children and adults healthy eating habits and healthy lifestyle habits so that they may feel their best. Much of her work centers on the root causes of health concerns which have a big impact on one's overall sense of well-being. She is an integral part of the Premier Bioceutical's product formulation team and brings a wealth of knowledge of supplements from her many years working in a health food store and with her many clients. Since 2011, Alix has executive produced and serves as host for a weekly radio program entitled “Another Day of Living”, airing on public radio station WITT in Indianapolis, where she is able to combine her media skills and holistic health knowledge. She interviews integrative healthcare practitioners from a wide range of health fields to share their talents and ideas with the audience. Alix has created an educational and vibrant show that is all about “Eating Well, Living Well and Feeling Good"!
If there is one word to sum up Sam Dajani’s career as a food scientist, it’s “quality”. Sam has used his extensive background in Agri Sciences to become one of the most experienced food scientists in the area of Quality Assurance, in food processing, and food utilization.
For over a decade, Sam worked for Stokely-Van Camp, Inc., first as a member of the food processing technical group, then as the Corporate Quality Control Supervisor. Traveling the U.S., Europe, the Middle East, and South America, Sam’s responsibilities included the Stokely-Van Camp line of canned foods and beverages eventually working to produce and oversee the signature product, Gatorade.
Sam took his experience and expertise and applied it as a food processing consultant; serving the needs of several food manufacturers through his own company (OA Laboratories and Research, Inc.). For the past 35 years, global brands from the most recognizable companies in the food industry have sought Sam’s highly skilled ability to help solve quality, formulating, manufacturing, and processing challenges.
Sam is a Profesional Member Emeritus of the American Chemical Society and of the Institute of Food Technologists and member of the peer-nominated Phi Tau Sigma Honor Society for Food Scientists. He has served as the Chairman of the Quality Assurance Division of the Institute of Food Technologists, of which he was a charter member.
Lauren Windle began exploring yoga in the midst of a job shift. She found solace, release from tension and breathing space through her yoga practice.
Being a passionate yoga enthusiast, Lauren began yoga teacher training at Peace Through Yoga in 2009 . Upon receiving her 200 RYT, she launched into daily teaching, lost 25 pounds, found life's elusive balance, and never looked back.
Since then, she has broadened her yoga certifications to include prenatal, senior/gentle yoga and even PiYo™, a yoga-pilates hybrid. One of her favorite experiences as an instructor is to ‘turn on’ a new student and have her become a yoga aficionado. She believes in “Doing what you love and loving what you do!”