In addition to published papers, monographs, and articles, Dr. Payne authored “Natural Medicine: Remedies & Resources” (Westar Publishing, 1998) and “Naturopathic Medicine: A Primer for Laypersons” (SFSCM Press, 1997.
About Dr. Payne
Dr. Payne gravitated to writing and science at a young age, and actually wrote his first collection of nonfiction essays and articles at age ten (Some based on hands-on learning experiences as well as experiments he did on his own). Convinced that the best way to approach human nutrition, pathology (acquired chronic diseases), and wellness is to have a solid grounding in human evolution including evolutionary biology, he studied physical anthropology autodidactically and formally (BS, MA degrees). Armed with this background, he then undertook studies in nutritional medicine (NMD) with a special focus on medical physiology. In the years that followed his background, far-flung interests and passions opened doors for him to work with physicians (MD, DO), supplement manufacturers and their product development researchers, bench scientists (biomedicine, agriculture). He also worked in the education sector(including teaching English as a Second Language in Japanese universities and private schools courses in writing/EAP/English for lawyers, businesspeople, engineers & scientists in Tokyo), in communications and for various firms which have retained him as a consulting/contributing biomedical theorist.
A Word from Dr. Payne.
Foremost among my passions is helping people help themselves and others. I do this in many ways including word weaving that is aimed at making complicated medical and scientific information, developments and discoveries “lay reader-friendly.”
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