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Phillippa Taberlay, Ph.D
Phillippa Taberlay, Ph.D
Postdoctoral Research
Pasadena, CA - USA
bullet Awarded the Japanangka Errol West Postgraduate Research Fellowship to complete her Ph.D. in Medical Research
bullet Doctoral work was recognized by the Cancer Council of Tasmania Jeanne Foster and David Collins Leukemia Foundation Scholarships

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"I get frustrated if I am out of my favorite Digestive Enzymes or the Probiotics because they have made such a difference to my well-being."
I began using the products because my husband (Sid Taberlay, YOR Health Athletic Advisor) was using them and loving the results! At the time I had gained a couple of pounds, even though I was eating healthy. I simply put that down to the higher sugar content in foods in America compared to what my body was used to with Australian foods. At the same time I wasn't happy about it and figured I would start using the YOR Health products.

I was a skeptic! Honestly, I was not convinced that any number of products would really make me feel any better. After all, I am young and have used other multi-vitamins on and off for years without any noticeable difference to my health. I really only began using the products consistently because Sid wanted me to try them. He could train all morning on a single MRP and was loving it! But this is where the story becomes interesting, because I didn't really see any improvement in my health. I was sure that I must be right, so I stopped using the products… cold. I didn't notice any difference for a couple of days but by day three, I was lethargic and feeling pretty average. It was only then that I realized that sometimes you don't miss something until you don't have it! Now, I get frustrated if I am out of my favorite Digestive Enzymes or the Probiotics because they have made such a difference to my well-being. I don't have as many headaches or cramps, have more energy at work and I think only two bouts of the common cold in two years is a pretty good innings!