Robert Wildman

December 29, 2020
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Robert Wildman, Ph.D., Chief Science Officer —
Post Active Nutrition Brands

Robert Wildman PhotoRobert Wildman received his Ph.D. from The Ohio State University and earned his MSc from Florida State University and BS from the University of Pittsburgh and is a registered and licensed dietitian. Wildman is the author of 4 books including Sport & Fitness Nutrition, Advanced Human Nutrition and The Nutritionist: Food, Nutrition & Optimal Health and has contributed over 40 chapters and 100 research papers and abstracts and is the creator of and the founder of the International Protein Board (iPB). He serves as Chief Science Officer for Dymatize, Premier Protein and PowerBar as well as teaching and research faculty at Texas Women’s University in Denton, TX. He is a globally renown expert and speaks around the world on exercise and sport nutrition and continues to work with professional and elite athletes as well as hundreds of people to achieve their performance, health & fitness goals.

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 Global Food Forums Presentations by Speaker

2021 Protein Trends & Technologies Seminar — Technical Program: Formulating with Proteins [To be reconfirmed]

“Protein Recommendations: RDAs to the Real World!”

The RDAs for protein established in the US and Canada, as well as similar standards around the world, serve as general guidance for most people to minimize the risk of deficiency. However, these standards were not intended for nutrition planning to optimize health and longevity especially when special circumstances are involved. For people who exercise or manage calories for weight reduction as well as those of advancing age, these standards are well below levels shown to be more beneficial. Moreover, modern techniques suggest the need to re-evaluate these levels. Meanwhile, better terminology and guidance is needed to correctly understand and applied these standards and differentiate between potentially more beneficial individual protein intake.

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