Paul J. Arciero
Dr. Paul J. Arciero is a tenured professor (20yrs) in the Health and Exercise Sciences department and Director of the Human Nutrition and Metabolism Laboratory at Skidmore College and specializes in performance nutrition and exercise training for optimal health. Dr. Paul received his M.Sc. in exercise physiology from Purdue University in 1987, an M.Sc. in nutritional sciences from University of Vermont in 1993, a doctorate in physiology of exercise from Springfield College in 1993, and post-doctoral training in applied physiology from Washington University School of Medicine in 1994. Dr. Paul provides nutritional and fitness counseling to individuals of all ages and abilities, from sedentary, diseased individuals to olympic and professional athletes. He is an author of over 35 peer-reviewed scientific articles, including book chapters and invited reviews on sport/performance nutrition, exercise training, obesity and disease prevention. Dr. Paul has presented his research at over 100 regional, national and international conferences, as well as at numerous other public forums. He is a highly sought after TV, radio, newspaper/magazine and web personality including “The Today Show on MSNBC”, “WebMD”, “DoctorRadio XM/Sirius”, “The Wall Street Journal”, “Prevention Magazine”, “Men’s Health”, “Women’s Health”, “Health Magazine”, “Shape”, “Women’s World”, and interviewed on Public Television and ABC-TV as an expert on Childhood Obesity and Nutrition for Olympic Athletes. He serves as a reviewer for twelve medical science journals in the areas of sports nutrition, athletic performance, energy metabolism, obesity and disease prevention. He was inducted as a Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine in 1999 and as Fellow of The Obesity Society in 2013. Dr. Paul is a certified yoga instructor and a former top-ranked collegiate and nationally ranked tennis player. Please visit www.nourishingscience.com or www.drpaulsprotocol.com for more information on Dr. Paul.
Biography Updated on 21 November 2013