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Emerson Ecologics Welcomes New Members To Practitioner Advisory Council for Emerson (PACE)

Dr. Corey B. Schuler and Ms. Diana Noland Add Fresh Perspectives in 2014

MANCHESTER, N.H., Jan. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Emerson Ecologics, LLC, the leading distributor of over 275 professional brands of vitamins, supplements, and natural health products to healthcare practitioners, welcomed Corey B. Schuler, MS, DC, CNS, LN and Diana Noland, MPH, RD, CCN to its Practitioner Advisory Council for Emerson (PACE) starting in January. PACE is a team of industry-leading, integrative practitioners, which helps Emerson to better identify and meet the needs of its professional healthcare customers.

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Composed of five members, PACE embodies the diverse perspectives and varied experiences of respected leaders in integrative health. PACE members are all active clinicians and are selected based on their experience in and passion for integrative care and their involvement in furthering their respective professions.

"I am delighted with the addition of Dr. Corey Schuler and Diana Noland to PACE," says CEO Andy Greenawalt, "Their combined expertise in clinical nutrition and their strong professional reputations will certainly enhance the service offerings of Emerson Ecologics."

Dr. Schuler brings his experience as a licensed nutritionist, board-certified nutrition specialist, and a chiropractic physician to PACE. He owns and serves as the Clinic Director at the Metabolic Treatment Center in Bloomington, MN, which emphasizes functional medicine approaches to mood and hormonal conditions. Dr. Schuler serves on the Medical Advisory Board for Natural Health International (NHI) and on the Board of Directors for the National Association of Nutrition Professionals (NANP). Dr. Schuler teaches at the School of Applied Clinical Nutrition at New York Chiropractic College and volunteers for the Certification Board of Nutrition Specialists and the American College of Nutrition. He has authored many written works, and he frequently speaks at seminars on integrative medicine

Ms. Noland brings a unique perspective to PACE as the owner of a private practice called Functional Nutrition Therapy. She is a Registered Dietician with over 37 years of experience and a Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist. Her specialties include fatty acid metabolism, women's health, nutritional oral health, and detoxification. Recognized as an expert in the clinical application of functional nutrition therapy, Ms. Noland is a frequent international lecturer to health professionals on various functional medicine and integrative nutrition related topics. She has been a featured speaker for the American Dietetic Association Food and Nutrition Conference & Expo (FNCE) Conference, Faculty for the Institute for Functional Medicine, and Chair of the Nutrition Advisory Board of the Institute of Functional Medicine (IFM).

Ms. Noland and Dr. Schuler will continue to work with current PACE members, Lise Alschuler, ND, FABNO, Peter Bongiorno, ND, L.Ac, and Ronald Hoffman, MD, to ensure that the voice of our practitioners is incorporated into Emerson's strategy.

About Emerson Ecologics

For more than 30 years, Emerson Ecologics, LLC has been providing practitioners a convenient way to select and purchase from over 275 brands of professional-quality nutritional supplements, vitamins, and natural health products to healthcare practitioners. Customers include naturopathic, chiropractic and medical doctors, licensed acupuncturists, nutritionists, and integrative practitioners, as well as their patients. Emerson Ecologics is also widely recognized for their innovative Emerson Quality ProgramSM (EQP). EQP Partners are verified to be compliant with FDA Dietary Supplement current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) standards to help ensure the safety of supplements. Headquartered in Manchester, NH with distribution centers in Virginia and California, Emerson Ecologics is GMP registered by NSF International. For more information, visit emersonecologics.com.

Contact:

Christine DeLong
Emerson Ecologics
800.654.4432
[email protected]

SOURCE Emerson Ecologics, LLC

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