Dr. Susan is often asked about people’s sleep, stress, and immune health needs.
As a scientist, she knows that those three systems are interconnected
Nature Made® Wellblends™ was designed by scientists to deliver a range of blends that address your needs in all three areas
Sleep, Stress & Immune Health Are Connected
Dr. Susan is most often asked health questions relating to people’s sleep, stress and immune health. Which dietary supplements does she recommend? New Nature Made® Wellblends™!
What is Nature Made® Wellblends™?
Nature Made® Wellblends™is a new line of 13 products scientifically curated to address sleep, stress, and immune health needs. As a scientist, Dr. Susan knows that our body functions, such as the immune system, don’t operate in isolation; they are interconnected. These products were designed to address needs in three connected systems: sleep, stress, and immune health.
How are new products created?
You’d be surprised at how many long hours go into creating a new product! The experts at Nature Made® want to ensure that the supplements you receive are having an impact and this is accomplished through rigorous scientific investigation.
Let’s take a closer look at how Nature Made® Wellblends™ can address unique needs.
How do I support my sleep?
Sleep is very important. Why? Because it’s a restorative state. There’s a lot going on in your body while you sleep! Thankfully, some Wellblends™ products take advantage of that restorative state of sleep:
Wellblends™ Sleep & Recover provides you with some very tasty gummies that have Melatonin to help you sleep but also help your cells recover thanks to Magnesium.†
Dr. Mitmesser provides scientific leadership at Pharmavite to advance innovation and new product development strategies, and to ensure the scientific integrity of all products made under its brand portfolio. She has a passion for nutrition and wellness and leverages her ability to communicate scientific findings to consumers and the marketplace.
She brings extensive experience in research and nutritional biochemistry across various industries and sectors, including food, dietary supplements, academia and clinical settings. She serves on the Editorial Board of four peer-reviewed journals: Advance Journal of Food Science and Technology, Journal of Pediatric Intensive Care, World Journal of Clinical Pediatrics, and Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition. In addition, she has published in many peer-reviewed journals and is a contributing author for book chapters relating to nutrition in adult and pediatric populations.
Dr. Mitmesser is an active member of the American Society of Nutrition, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and the New York Academy of Sciences. She also serves on the Senior Scientific Advisory Council for the Council for Responsible Nutrition.
Currently, Dr. Mitmesser is an adjunct professor in the Department of Nutrition Sciences at the University of Connecticut and in the Gerald J. and Dorothy R. Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University. She holds a PhD in Nutritional Biochemistry from the University of Nebraska and a Master’s degree from the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
Amy has an MFA in Creative Writing from Antioch University in Los Angeles and is a credentialed English teacher, though she left the classroom to write full time. She especially enjoys creating educational content about health, wellness, and nutrition. Her happy place is in the kitchen, and when not writing, you can find her trying out “kid-friendly recipes” and “healthy desserts for chocolate lovers” from her Pinterest board.