Day 3: Chandler Marrs, PhD


Tipping point of health vs disease
High dose thiamine

Dr. Chandler Marrs is an independent health researcher and writer. She is the co-author of the book,Thiamine Deficiency Disease, Dysauntonomia, and High Calorie Malnutrition.  and the author of over 200 articles on various topics, from women’s health and hormones, medication reactions, to mitochondrial function and dysfunction. She is the founder and editor of the online health journal Hormones Matter that boasts a rich archive of over 1300 articles including in-depth research analysis and patient case stories, and the founder and administrator of a patient research group on Facebook called Understanding Mitochondrial Nutrients. In her spare time, she is a competitive powerlifter, and works to support strength sports for older women through her website and Facebook group, Old Ladies Lift.

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