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In this Episode, AMN Co-founders Luke Sherrell and David Fleming talk to Dr Dillon ‘Sparkles’ Walker

Dr ‘Sparkles’ has a Ph.D in Physiology.

Following completion of his PhD, Dillon began a postdoctoral fellowship in the Animal Science Department at the University of Florida, where his research focus was in skeletal muscle satellite cell biology and their involvement in muscle growth.

After completing two years at UF, Dillon held a postdoctoral fellow position for three years at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, researching the impact of nutrition and exercise on human muscle growth.

From 2012 to 2017, Dillon served as a Research Assistant Professor in the Center for Translational Research in Aging & Longevity at Texas A&M University, where his focus was amino acid metabolism in older adults with chronic disease.

In this episode we discuss…

πŸ‘‰ How seasons affect Circadian Rhythm
πŸ‘‰ What to do when you can’t get sun, and do we need to supplement with Vitamin D?
πŸ‘‰ Ways to improve immune function
πŸ‘‰ And the question on everybody’s lips… Why do people call Dr D, Sparkles?


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