Nutricula Contributor – Dr. Ross Pelton
Ross Pelton (The Natural Pharmacist), is currently the Scientific Director for Essential Formulas, Inc, the distributor of Dr. Ohhira’s Probiotics in North America. As a pharmacist, he is an expert on pharmaceutical drugs and their life-altering side effects. As a certified clinical nutritionist (CCN), he counsels clients on diet, nutrition and natural therapies for a wide range of health issues. As a health care professional, Ross helps clients utilize and integrate the best of both worlds to achieve a healthier, longer life.
With over 30 years of research and scientific experience, Dr. Pelton has turned his passion for educating people on their health into a legacy for thousands of clients around the world. Whether its tackling tough subjects like Safe Natural Therapies for Menopause, Preventing the Side Effects of Oral Contraception, Natural Therapies for Acne or Depression, Ross covers a myriad of subjects and speaks frankly about what you need to do naturally to take charge of your life.
Dr. Ross Pelton began his career in the health sciences by graduating from the University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy in 1966. Ross worked as a pharmacist for a number of years before joining the Peace Corps in 1972. He taught high school chemistry for 2 years in Malaysia, and also closely observed the village shamans and native healing arts in Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia.
Articles by Dr. Ross Pelton
By Dr. Ross Pelton, R.Ph., Ph.D.,CCN. I have been a long-time supporter of women’s health issues. One of my concerns is the side effects caused by birth control pills. Consequently, I authored The Pill Problem. which teaches women how to prevent the side effects from birth control pills, A safe form of contraception for women would […]
By Dr. Ross Pelton, R.Ph., Ph.D., CCN. As a pharmacist and a long-time supporter of women’s health issues, I feel compelled to speak out against Addyi, which is the new drug that was recently approved by the FDA to treat women with Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD). Addyi, a pink pill with the generic name flibanserin, […]