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Research Company for Preventive Health Care
Exercising Nutritionally has been a private consulting company since 1984. In 2010, I incorporated and focused on developing the business into a preventive health wellness research company. Develop and direct the grant focus, funding of grant projects, and developing partnerships with communities and companies in the continental US, Italy, and New Zealand currently. One of research projects was selected by the National Institute of Health as one of the top 25 dietary supplemental research projects in the world. My project was selected from 450 papers nominated. I have been elected to serve on the boards for both Midwest and Southeast Chapter of American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM). I was elected to serve as President of Midwest ACSM chapter in 2008. I am currently chair of fundraising for MWACSM
Was the first recipient of Rockport Walking Institute Research Grant. I was awarded this grant as doctoral despite being the only student grant applicant of 100 plus grant proposals submitted.
A dedicated health care professional, Craig Broeder possesses a passion for helping others. As the husband of a cancer survivor, Craig Broeder wanted to pay tribute to his wife, who battled ovarian cancer, as well as to raise awareness and funds for important cancer research. Eventually, Craig Broeder found his inspiration in another one of his passions: cycling. In May 2009, Craig Broeder undertook a bike trip on the periphery of the continental United States on behalf of the Craig & Kay Broeder Preventive Health Female Cancer Fund, which was established through the American College of Sports Medicine. Craig Broeder's trip took 91 days to complete and cover over 9,000 miles. He received many accolades for his accomplishment. Craig Broeder's trip raised nearly $15,000 in funding for the organization and drew national coverage from a number of major news outlets, including Good Morning America, The Today Show, and The Bonnie Hunt Show. Beyond his work with the Craig & Kay Broeder Preventive Health Female Cancer Fund, Craig Broeder also utilizes his interest in ultra-endurance cycling to raise money for ovarian cancer research. Since 1984, Craig Broeder has actively participated in dialogue, research, and advancement of preventive health care, nutrition, and wellness. As the founder and CEO of Exercising Nutritionally, LLC, Craig Broeder works closely with companies and communities across the globe to orchestrate funding and research to develop new preventive health care technology and techniques. Possessing a Ph.D. from The University of Texas at Austin in Exercise Physiology, Metabolism, and Health Promotion, Dr. Broeder boasts an intimate knowledge of his field and holds membership in some of the nation’s most prestigious medical societies, including the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation. Outside of his work as a researcher and health care professional, Craig Broeder promotes healthy living through his own active lifestyle and also serves as a member of The Obesity Society
A well-regarded health care professional, Craig Broeder draws on more than two decades of experience in the preventive health and nutrition industry. Craig Broeder's reputation in the field of preventive health and wellness is well established. Craig Broeder holds membership in a variety of respected professional organizations, including the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation, Fellowship, Fellowship in the American College of Sports Medicine, and Fellowship in The Obesity Society. In 1984, Craig Broeder founded Exercising Nutritionally, LLC, a private consultancy focused on the research and development of new technologies and methods relating to personal health. Dr. Broeder acts as CEO of Exercising Nutritionally, LLC. The firm continues to expand its influence and coordinates research projects with communities and companies across the United States, Italy, and New Zealand. Beyond his professional pursuits, Craig Broeder also applies his knowledge and passion for medical advancements to philanthropic pursuits. As the husband of a cancer survivor, Broeder is particularity interested in the preventive health aspects of female related cancers. In 2009, Craig Broeder paired his passion for ultra-endurance cycling with his desire to pay tribute to his wife, who overcame ovarian cancer by biking along the perimeter of the United States on behalf of the Craig & Kay Broeder Preventive Health Female Cancer Fund. The trip spanned 9,193 miles, took more than 91 days to complete, and was featured on Good Morning America and The Today Show. Eventually, Mr. Broeder raised $14,000 for the organization. In addition to his work for the Female Cancer Foundation, Craig Broeder also serves a key member of the Kay & Craig Broeder Preventative Health Female Cancer Fund, which is managed by the American College of Sports Medicine. Craig Broeder received his Master's degree in Nutrition and Physiology from the University of North Texas in 1985. Furthering his education, Craig Broeder earned his PhD in Exercise Physiology, Metabolism, and Health Promotion from The University of Texas at Austin, where he received the prestigious Rockport Walking Institute Research Grant.
American College of Sports Medicine Midwest American College of Sports Medicine Southeast American College of Sports Medicine The National Strength and Condition Association Clinical Exercise Physiologists Association American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation The Obesity Society
Hobbies / Activities:
Bicycling for Fitness. Ultra-Endruance Cycling For Ovarian Cancer Fundraising, Reading, Jazz Music, Reading
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