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Tony Xhudo was born in Albania May 14,1957. He spent his early childhood years in a refugee camp and immigrated to America March 2, 1962 with his family of 10. He grew up in the New York/New Jersey area during most of his teen and adult life. Which led him to join the U.S. Military in 1976 to 1982, Finishing his high school in the Armed Forces, Tony had a calling to become a Holistic Health Practitioner. He entered the "Clayton College of Natural Health", where he attained his Bachelor's and earned his Master's in 1996. He is Board Certified by the (A.A.D.P) "The American Association of Drugless Practitioners".
He has studied Natural Medicine & Sports Nutrition for over 20 years, and has had a burning desire to help heal those with affliction's and disease.He has also helped and trained many career minded athletes,collegiate & professional in attaining their personal sports oriented goals, in which many today are excelling at. He is relentless in his research,and pursuit in helping those stricken with illness & disease. He has also helped many to become happy and well once again,as he feels that guess work was not an option when it came to someone's health and well-being in seeking relief from their affliction.
Tony has given private lectures to schools,health oriented establishments and consultations to many on a public and private level. He wants nothing more than to share his knowledge through book writing and help as many as he can. He feels that is why "God" put him on this earth to do! You will enjoy reading several of his books that are out in print, on many health related issues, sports nutrition, disease manifestation, anti-aging, and bodybuilding.
As he speaks from the heart,He is passionate in his beliefs about heath & general well-being,and has helped many people lecturing on natural medicine, where modern Allopathic Medicine did not.His passion is to educate and inform many of those that have been ill and unhappy with their current health status.In the health society today, it is often said that the people who truly care about the health of others "make for the best practitioners".