1. Generation Bold Radio, March 14, 2021--Guests: Abby Klosterbuer & Rick Jentis--Cell Health BizTalkRadio 39:53

Abby Klosterbuer, PhD, RDN is the US Medical Affairs Manager for Healthy Aging and Cellular Nutrition at Nestlé Health Science. In her role, she provides clinical and scientific expertise to educate consumers and Healthcare professionals on the role of nutrition in improving clinical outcomes and promoting healthy aging. Abby is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and has a PhD in Nutrition from the University of Minnesota.
Rick Jentis is the Global Category Head for Healthy Aging and Cellular Nutrition at Nestlé Health Science.  In this role he leads the development and execution of strategy, marketing and innovation for NHSc’s brands focused on empowering consumers to age better through the power of nutritional solutions.   Cellular Nutrition provides a new way to address the symptoms associated with aging by attacking changing processes inside every cell.  Previously, Rick has led Innovation and Digital marketing in the US for NHS and several management roles on the Gerber brand.  Rick holds and MBA from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University and a Bachelors degree from Cornell University.

Adriane Berg Associate for Successful Aging & Ageless Travel

Adriane Berg is the Host of the two weekly podcasts, The Ageless Traveler: Lifelong Travel Made Easy and Generation Bold, The Fountain of Truth About Aging, as well as the author of fourteen books on money and lifestyle. She sits on the United Nations NGO-NYC Committee or Ageing and is Cheerleader in Chief for Business Authority 50+, guiding the growing number of later-life entrepreneurs to success. She is a Co-Founder of N.A.E.L.A., The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.

Adriane is a highly sought-after business development consultant and inspirational keynote speaker, ready to present to your business or consumer audience.

Adriane's mission is to change our concept of aging and the mature life stage to one of good health, excitement, and accomplishment. Baby boomer women are the best educated and most affluent group of women in history. Yet, many struggle with one unifying issue. They have no real place for contribution.