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Mark Miller, Ph.D.

Mark Miller, Ph.D.

Dr. Miller has a Ph.D. in biochemistry and is recognized as one of the world's leading authorities on the medicinal plants of South America.

For the last 20 years, Dr. Mark Miller has devoted his time to the discovery of natural health treatments. A pioneer in nitric oxide research and its role in chronic inflammation, his work has helped create new therapies to treat pain and cardiovascular diseases.

Dr. Miller is the Co-Chair of the Research Council of the American Nutraceutical Association and the Professor of Cardiovascular Sciences and Pediatrics at Albany Medical College. He is also the President of Rainforest Phytoceuticals, LLC, a company on a mission to develop new natural remedies.

Dr. Miller has published countless scientific papers and research abstracts in all the leading journals on how the phytonutrients in dozens of medicinal plant from the Amazon River basin work in the body to control inflammatory disorders, fight infection, increase male potency, improve heart function and deaden pain. He is credited with knowing more about the medicinal plants of the Amazon Basin than anyone else in the field.

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