May 6, 2009


Gary Null, Ph.D. is an international expert in nutrition & health sciences. Time magazine called him "The New Mr. Natural." My Generation magazine dubbed him one of the top health gurus in the United States. For over three decades, Gary Null has been one of the foremost advocates of alternative medicine and natural healing.

A multi award-winning journalist and New York Times best-selling author, Dr. Null has written over 70 books on nutrition, self-empowerment and public health issues. His syndicated public radio show, Natural Living with Gary Null, earned 21 Silver Microphone Awards and is the longest-running, continuously aired health program in America (27 years). Currently, The Gary Null Show can be heard on the internet at

Gary conducted more than 100 major investigations into issues such as AIDS, chronic fatigue, heart disease, cancer, diet and exercise, stress management, arthritis, vaccines, and allergies. Television programs such as
20/20 and 60 Minutes have used his material.

Gary Null holds a Ph.D. in Human Nutrition and Public Health Science. He has been a consistent voice on how to live a longer, more vital life through work that embraces the body, mind and spirit.

As a documentary filmmaker, Gary has achieved critical acclaim. He's produced over 20 films and videos on health and nutrition topics, some of which are award-winning productions.

Gary Null was a founder and director of health and nutrition certificate programs at Pratt Institute and The School of Visual Arts. He was also the founder of the National Health Resources Council and the Nutrition Institute of America, where he has also served as a Director of Nutrition.

As an athlete, Gary has trained thousands of marathon runners. He is a TAC Master Champion athlete and twice MAC Track and Field Masters Athlete of the Year.

Gary Null has been featured in numerous publications, including The Daily News, Time, People, Fitness, Time Out, and Vegetarian Times. Throughout the years, he has garnered much recognition for his dedication, advocacy and in-depth coverage of vital health issues, receiving the Truth in Journalism Award for Investigative Reporting and The Human Rights Award from the Citizens Commission on Human Rights.

His scholarly and academic papers have been published in such journals as The Townsend Letter for Doctors, The Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine, and The Journal of Applied Nutrition.


  1. I like Gary Null, his shows on pbs have haunted me for years, and it is primarily his influence that allowed me to turn to a more raw diet. His words are truthful and honest, although he is critisized for some of his products...I do not have an opinion here for I try to do without products but leave my nutrition to the foods that I actually consume not a pill or powder. That is my opinion is all and everyone is entilted to their own.

    Thanks for posting this, I will refer to it more in the future.

    As always, informative and useful information.

    Thanks Mila.

  2. I admire Gary Null's work very much... talk about exemplifying great health!

    I have not taken any of his supplements, so I can't speak to the quality of his products.

    And I agree that nutrition should come primarily through diet, although I am not entirely opposed to using supplementation to make sure all my nutrient levels are covered.

    But I have to say, he must be doing something right to be so incredibly fit and healthy in his mid-60's. As a general rule, I only take advice from health experts that actually look healthy and energetic!

    Mila ;-)


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