Dr. Charlene Brannon, the product development manager for Mirai Clinical, a company that develops natural body health and skin care products joins eHealth Radio and the Anti-Aging and Skin Care Channels to discuss aging and the body odor changes that come with it.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Charlene Brannon discuss the following:
- What is A.O. or aging odor, and how do you combat it?
- What is nonenal?
- Does gender influence the amount of nonenal present?
- What types of people tend to have more nonenal than others?
- How does someone detect if they have nonenal?
Dr. Charlene "Charlie" Brannon is the product development manager for Mirai Clinical. She brings a scientific perspective to the Mirai brand. Dr. Brannon began her career as a scientist at Iowa State University. Seven years after graduating, she was awarded the Iowa State Outstanding Young Alumnus Award recognizing her contribution in research and teaching. Shortly thereafter she received a Ph.D. degree from the University of Washington where she was tenured professor for 25 years, the last seven of which included teaching and research in a graduate nutrition program. Her research is varied focusing in many areas, including the role of astaxanthin.