During the Interview, Dr. Clayton Discussed his Favorite Books, His Goals in Life and a Key Piece of Advice for Others
LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / April 25, 2017 / Dr. Paul Clayton, SSO of Gencor and (Testofen (R)) was recently featured in an interview on the FiveHundo.com website. The site shares stories of interesting entrepreneurs in interviews that are 500 words or less.
To read the interview in its entirety and learn more about Dr. Clayton and his work, please check out http://www.fivehundo.com/paul-clayton-sso-testofen/.
As the article on FiveHundo.com noted, Dr. Clayton graduated as a clinical pharmacologist before he became interested in the pharmacological properties of foods and food derivates and the impact of the dietary shift on public health indices.
Dr. Clayton advised and guided others on the science behind planning clinical research on Testofen, which is a standardized extract of Fenugreek. As he noted, this supplement ingredient may have numerous health benefits for men who are experiencing lower levels of libido and drive. As the article on FiveHundo.com noted, Dr. Clayton's clinical research has found that Testofen may increase the amount of free testosterone in men, while also reducing the symptoms of Andropause.
When asked to name some of his favorite books, Dr. Clayton listed off several for the interviewer, including Gravity's Rainbow by Thomas Pynchon, Slaughterhouse-5 by Kurt Vonnegut, My Life by Anton Chekhov, Drowned World and Super-Cannes by J G Ballard and The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov.
As for his aspirations in life, Dr. Clayton told the interviewer that he hopes to reform the health care system, changing it from what he describes as "ruinously expensive and disastrously ineffective" to a nutritionally-based model that focuses on prevention.
Nutrition is definitely an important topic for Dr. Clayton that also carries over to his home life - when the interviewer on FiveHundo.com asked him to name his favorite type of food, he replied quite simply "The food I cook for myself and friends."
While Dr. Clayton has achieved a great deal of success in his career, he cautions others against thinking they have reached the pinnacle of what they know.
"Once at the summit, there are always higher peaks further ahead," Dr. Clayton said, adding that this is the main piece of advice he would like to share with others.
"Don't be discouraged because the joy is genuinely in the journey."
About Dr. Paul Clayton:
Dr. Paul Clayton is a licensed pharmacologist, the SSO of Gencor (Testofen) and a Fellow of The Institute for Food, Brain & Behaviour. For more information on Paul, please visit http://www.fivehundo.com/paul-clayton-sso-testofen/.
SOURCE: Dr. Paul Clayton