Welcome to Doctors Nutrition Center
I am Dr. Dennis Clark, and I am very glad that you have arrived here at my online store. I am the research scientist behind both the Nutrition Store and Dr. Clark’s Health Blog.
This store and blog are an ongoing project that is near and dear to my heart, since this is where I can be of most help for anyone who is seeking good health.
Almost all Diseases of Civilization are caused by lifestyle choices, so changing your lifestyle (including supplementation) is always the best place to start. Modern medicine offers very little help for most health problems – including obesity, cancer, diabetes, infections, arthritis, you name it. My approach is to go all natural first, then only look to prescription drugs or surgeries as a last resort.
Why Believe Me?
It is only fair that you find out as much about me as you can before you decide to trust my advice. To that end, I have provided a short video about who I am and my professional expertise here on my About Dr. Clark page. Since this is the Age of the Mighty Google Machine, you can find out much more about me online without too much trouble if you wish.
If you really, really have nothing better to do, or if you are unbearably curious about who is behind Doctors Nutrition Center, I suppose I should dazzle you with something about me – you know … college degrees, Little League home runs, golf handicap, books I’ve written. All that stuff that makes me sound important.
I really don’t think that kind of stuff is all that important. Results are what’s important, so that is what I focus on in my natural approach to good health.
If you are going the Google route, though, a couple of hints are: First, look me up as “Dr. Dennis Clark” — using the quotes for an exact match. Lots of Dennis Clarks are out there (I went to college with 6 of them!), and very few Dr. Dennis Clarks. Still, you will get at least 130,000 hits on this search. I’m the Dr. Dennis Clark in Arizona.
Second, in my career as a university professor, I used my first initial on all publications, books, etc. You can find an entirely other me, my professor persona, by looking up “W. Dennis Clark” — again, using the quotes for an exact match. That should come up with a little over 12,000 hits.
There, that ought to keep you busy for a while. If you look at all that stuff, you will know more about me than my mother does. Enjoy!