Interviews Paul Clayton

Published on April 12th, 2017 | by Chad T.

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Paul Clayton, SSO Gencor (Testofen), Fellow, Institute of Food Brain & Behaviour (Oxford)

Dr. Paul Clayton graduated as a clinical pharmacologist before becoming interested in the pharmacological properties of foods and food derivates and the impact of dietary shift on public health indices. Currently, Paul is involved in teaching, designing / running clinical trials, publishing scientific papers, broadcasting and writing books on pharmaconutrition.

Dr. Paul Clayton also developed Testofen® – an extract of Fenugreek.  This supplement ingredient has numerous health benefits for men experiencing lower levels of libido and drive.  His clinical research has shown that Testofen® can increase free testosterone in men and reduce symptoms of Andropause.

What are your favorite books?

Gravity’s Rainbow by Thomas Pynchon, Slaughterhouse-5 by Kurt Vonnegut, My Life by Anton Chekhov, Drowned World and Super-Cannes by J G Ballard, The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov, Waning of the Middle Ages by Johan Huizinga. The list goes on! Too many more to mention…

What’s your favorite type of food?

The food I cook for myself and friends!

What are your aspirations in life?

To reform the health care system, changing it from a ruinously expensive (and disastrously ineffective) post-hoc pharmaceutical model to a genuinely preventative, nutritionally-based model. In other words, to move Pasteurian medicine to one side, leaving it to sit at the right hand of Bernardian medicine.

What’s one thing you’ve learned since you started happy wheels demo your career?

The more I learn. the more I realize how much I do not know.

What’s one piece of advice you can share with others?

Never think that you have reached a peak of understanding. Once at the summit, there always higher peaks further ahead. Don’t be discouraged because the joy is genuinely in the journey.

Paul Clayton is a licensed clinical pharmacologist, SSO of Gencor (Testofen) and a Fellow of The Institute for Food, Brain & Behaviour.

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