Be Empowered

At NBI we strive not only to create powerful products based on the best clinical trials from around the world, but also to educate people how they can take better care of themselves. Because the more you learn the more you're empowered to take charge of your health.

NBI believes that the educated consumer is the best consumer. That's why Dr. Neustadt has spent countless hours writing dozens of articles on such topics as osteoporosis, bisphosphonate-related osteonecrosis of the jaw (BRONJ), mitochondrial damage, and herb-drug tinteractions. For his aricle on mitochondrial damage and the molecular pathways of disease, he was recognized by Elsevier as being Top Ten Cited Authors in 2007 & 2008, and his work on BRONJ was published for dental continuing education credits. Additionally, Dr. Neustadt has appeared on local, regional and national health talk radio shows speaking about nutritional medicine, gives continuing medical education lectures nationally to physician's groups, and was one of the editors on the seminal textbook for nutritional laboratory testing, Laboratory Evaluations for Integrative and Functional Medicine.

Selected Radio Interviews

  1. Cancer Support Network (cancer, acute myeloid leukemia and myelodysplastic syndrome)
  2. Coast to Coast AM with George Noory (osteoporosis)
  3. UW Radio (osteoporosis)

Selected Articles

  1. Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Molecular Pathways of Disease (Experimental and Molecular Pathology 2007;83:84-92)
  2. Medication-induced Mitochondrial Damage and Disease (Molecular Nutrition and Food Research 2008;52:780-8)
  3. A Rationale for an Approach to Preventing and Treating Bisphosphonate-related Osteonecrosis of the Jaw With Vitamin K2 Menaquinone-4 (Integr Med. 2012; 11(2):4-11)
  4. To Prevent Fractures, Consider Bone Flexibility Not Just Mineral Density (Holistic Primary Care. 2011;12(1))
  5. Are We Inducing Osteoporosis? (Holistic Primary Care. 2011;12(1))
  6. Osteoporosis: Beyond Bone Mineral Density (Part I) (Integrative Medicine. 2008;7(5):34-38)
  7. Osteoporosis: Beyond Bone Mineral Density (Part II) (Integrative Medicine. 2008;7(6):44-48)
  8. Herb-Drug Interactions: What Clinicians Need to Know (Integrative Medicine. 2006;5:16-26)


The concepts in his books and many articles are fundamentally how people can take better care of themselves. The body is biochemical in nature. What that simply means is that the body uses vitamins, minerals, fats and proteins to do its job, and how deficiencies of any of these can cause symptoms and diseases. When the body needs extra nutrients to do its job, and those are provided, the body very simply and quickly starts to work better. NBI's dietary supplements are formulated based on clinical trials and the best available research to help you feel better and promote optimal health.

  1. A Revolution in Health Through Nutritional Biochemisty (iUniverse 2007)
  2. A Revolution in Health Part 2: How to Take Charge of Your Health (iUniverse 2009)
  3. Foundations and Applications of Medical Biochemistry in Clinical Practice (iUniverse 2009)

Selected Webinars and Special Reports

  1. MK4 for Cancer Support: Molecular Mechanisms, Case Reports and Clinical Trials  
  2. Osteoporosis: Beyond Bone Mineral Density. A special report on the state of osteoporosis research.
  3. Bone Health and Osteo-K
  4. Memory, Energy, Cardiovascular and Neurological Support with MitoForte