Join Thorne’s Medical Science Liaison, Dr. Jennifer Greer, ND, MEd and Joel Totoro, RD along with Fullscript’s Medical Director, Dr. Alex Keller, ND in a discussion on NSF Certification for quality sports supplements.
In addition to being an NSF International GMP-certified facility, Thorne has the most extensive line of NSF Certified for Sport products. Thorne NSF Certified for Sport products are not just for athletes – they are for everyone. The professional athlete, the casual competitor, and everyday individuals alike should have access to nutritional supplements free of banned substances.
NSF Certification allows for safer decisions when choosing supplements and assures practitioners and consumers that a product has been third-party evaluated for safety, quality, sustainability, and performance.
When you see that a Thorne product has been NSF Certified for Sport, it means the product has met the most stringent standards when it comes to safety and quality. These Thorne products are not just for elite athletes, they are for the athlete in all of us.
In this webinar you will learn the following:
- Why Thorne maintains NSF certification and how this differs from basic GMP
- What is NSF Certified for Sport and why is it important
- Thorne’s top NSF Certified for Sport products recommended to support foundational nutrition, training, and recovery
About Dr. Alex Keller, ND
Dr. Alex Keller, ND, is a practicing naturopathic doctor in Ottawa, Canada with a focus on men’s health, mental health, performance and resilience. As the Fullscript medical director, he oversees its Medical Affairs division that develops educational and practice implementation resources for integrative medical practitioners across North America.
Prior to medicine, Alex worked in the renewable energy sector, where he developed a deep passion for sustainable agriculture and environmental stewardship. This connection between medicine and agriculture now drives Alex to focus much of his energy on bringing awareness to the quality and sourcing standards in the supplement and organic agriculture supply chains.
Today, he splits his professional time practicing as a clinician, working for Fullscript, and building a regenerative farming operation outside Ottawa with his wife Dr. Jenn Keller and their two children, Oliver and Isla.
About Dr. Jennifer Greer, ND, MEd
Dr. Jennifer Greer, ND, MEd, received her doctorate of naturopathic medicine with highest honors from Sonoran University of Health Sciences (formerly Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and Health Sciences) in Tempe, Arizona, and completed a CNME certified residency in primary care through the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon. Following residency, Dr. Greer maintained a private practice in Los Angeles, California, focused on functional GI disorders, IV nutritional therapy, regenerative injections, fertility optimization, and pediatric care. She continues to hold licensure in both California and Oregon, and in 2020, joined the medical affairs team at Thorne as Medical Science Liaison.
About Joel Totoro, RD
Joel Totoro, RD is currently a registered dietitian and Director of Sports Science at Thorne where he oversees human performance integration with Thorne’s sports partners and serves as a liaison to the medical affairs and research and design teams. Before joining Thorne, he worked in the Performance and Innovation Team at EXOS and was the sports dietitian for the University of Michigan working with various teams including Football, Hockey, and Men’s & Women’s basketball. Totoro also served eight years as team dietitian for the New England Patriots, becoming the first full-time sports dietitian in professional sports. While with the Patriots, he directed all aspects of the team’s nutrition needs and worked closely with the performance and medical staffs. Totoro also served as the assistant chief dietitian at St. Luke’s Hospital in Massachusetts, specializing in trauma nutrition, from 2002 to 2004. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Allied Health-Dietetics from the University of Connecticut and is an original member and former Board of Directors chairperson for the Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietitian Association.