When Stacy spoke to YEVO Consultants for about ½ hour on November 15th in Utah, she clearly stated that, she 100% believes that our product line, with all 43 Essential Nutrients, will fill a huge void in the food industry. The food industry has never been integrated, in the right way, with an MLM model. Yevo will benefit untold millions of people.
Note: The following information was found when doing a Google search on Dr. Stacy J. Bell. When our official launch website comes out on Feb 1st, there will be a section that gives bios on all the esteemed YEVO Scientific Advisory Board members, who are putting their names and reputations on the line to support Peter Castleman and Chip Marsland’s vision to change the worlds unhealthy eating habits, one meal at a time!
STACEY J. BELL, PhD
From 2005-2008 she was a Research Scientist at IdeaSphere Inc. In addition
to creating products for them, Dr. Bell developed a line of over 25 products for
Tony Robbins, the motivational speaker, and helped with the development of
products for Dr. Alan Greene, a noted pediatrician, and Dr. Andrew Weil, a
well-known expert in the field of alternative medicine.
Formerly, she worked for Dr. Barry Sears at Sears Labs, as Vice President of
Medical Research and Education in Danvers, Massachusetts. She also founded
and worked as chief scientific officer with AFFINTA, Inc. a start up with the aim
of producing nutraceuticals.
Dr. Bell also developed a functional food product, DelightFull, which is a snack bar that contains low-glycemic load carbohydrates to promote satiety. These bars were available at all CVS Pharmacy stores.
Before that, she was Vice President of Research and Development for Medical Foods Inc., and Functional Foods, Inc., in Boston, both of which she co-founded. For those companies, she developed several functional food products including NiteBite, which was licensed and sold by ICN Pharmaceutical Company, Costa Mesa, California. NiteBite was a food bar especially designed for the nutritional management of low blood sugar that occurs in type 1 diabetes.
Stacey Bell has been a registered dietitian for 35 years, and has worked in that capacity and conducted clinical research studies for 20 years. She received a doctorate in nutrition from Boston University, with Honors in 1994.
For her dissertation, she evaluated the effect of supplemental fish oil on immune function in patients with HIV infection and AIDS. She was on the faculty at Harvard Medical School in Boston, and has published over 70 peer-reviewed scientific articles. Her research interests included obesity, diabetes, cancer, AIDS, burned patients, and critical illness.
Dr. Bell is a frequent lecturer around the world on many topics related to nutrition and has 6 issued patents. In 2003, she joined the Board of Directors of Wild Oats, a natural and organic grocery store chain. It was a public company with sales of over $1 billion per year, when it was sold to Whole Foods Markets in 2007.
Dr. Bell serves on the scientific advisory board of the California Raisin Marketing Board in Fresno, California, SetPoint Health, Newton, Massachusetts, and Bay State Milling, Quincy, Massachusetts. Until 2011, she served on the Board of a non-profit agency, Kids Can Cook. The program offers basic cooking instruction and nutrition education to Boston middle-school-aged children.