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Robert Crayhon, MS, CN

Robert Crayhon was called "one of the top ten nutritionists in the country" by Self magazine (8/93).

He was the author of four books, including Robert Crayhon’s Nutrition Made Simple (Evans 1994) and The Carnitine Miracle. (Evans 1998) Robert also co-wrote Dr. Atkins Vitanutrient Solution (Simon and Schuster 1998).

Robert had been published in the New York Times, and the peer-reviewed literature, and produced over 70 hours of educational CDs for health care practitioners on the latest findings in nutritional biochemistry and their clinical applications.

Robert Crayhon, a nutritionist, author, and commentator who was full of humor and passion for the science of food and dietary supplements, died September 4, 2010, from colon cancer. He was 49 years old.

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