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Jonathan Ritter


Jonathan received his PharmD from Wilkes University and his PhD from Georgetown University.

Jonathan is an experienced scientist in pharmacology, neuroscience, developmental neurobiology, and physiology with clinical experience in pharmacy, therapeutics, natural products, psychopharmacology, oncology, and toxicology. He is committed to helping individuals achieve optimal health and wellness through education and self-empowerment. He believes that personalized nutrition and medicine is the key to unlocking one's maximum potential.
Favorite biohacks: Nootropics.
Roles: Reviewer/Writer at SelfHacked and Scientist/Writer at SelfDecode and LabTestAnalyzer.

Articles by Jonathan Ritter

11 Ways to Lower Elevated GGT + Function, Diseases

11 Ways to Lower Elevated GGT + Function, Diseases

Tests for gamma-glutamyl transferase (GGT) are important in the diagnosis of liver/biliary tract disease and useful in identifying alcohol abuse. More and more diseases...

What do your genes tell you about your health?

Align your health hacks with your genes for optimal health & cognitive function.