Mr. Richie is a 26 year veteran of international business, serving as a senior telecom executive in the wireless cellular telephone industry. His career began back in the late 1980‘s with a small wireless startup in Chicago. He helped drive growth of the division from only three engineers to a global leader in test and measurement systems for the telecom industry. The group was eventually acquired by Agilent Technologies for a large undisclosed sum. Agilent is one of the largest medical equipment manufacturers globally.
In the mid 1990s, Mr. Richie became President, and later CEO of X-TEL Communications, Inc. Again, taking the business from a startup to a multinational leader in telecom test and measurement equipment for the wireless industry.
At age 51, he now seeks to do the same in Anti-Aging Medicine and hopes to do what he can to bring the benefits of Age Management medicine to a larger group of aging baby-boomers looking to live younger longer. In doing so, he hopes to make his mark by promoting the Anti-Age lifestyle, ultimately leading to a healthier and more prosperous world.
In 2016, Mr. Richie has become a member of a global community of eCornell and Center for Nutrition Studies colleagues that values nutrition through science-based education, advocacy, and research.
So, what’s a telecom guy doing in Anti-Aging Medicine?
Well, like so many, Mr. Richie had to deal with the tragic event of his father suffering a near fatal heart attack on a cardiac treadmill test in 1989. The event occurred in a medical hospital, while under the supervision of a cardiologist. Fortunately his father survived, but it was not due to conventional medical recommendations at the time. From that point on, Mr. Richie used his common sense, research skills and engineering background to seek out doctors and medical experts for alternative care. In doing so, it opened his eyes to the inability of the medical profession to always function in the best interests of the individual patient. Like many professions, practitioners often become slaves to the self-interests of the overall system for the benefit of the system, whether or not it meets the needs of the individual patient.
Since the late 1980s, Mr. Richie has studied and practiced anti-aging for himself and his family. He is a believer having experienced the benefits of age management personally. He has sought the advice and counsel of countless doctors globally. He doesn’t settle for the status quo, and he does not expect anyone else should either. He, like you, had a decision to make. Accept a future of degenerative disease or think differently and make the proper changes. He read, educated himself, and now lives at age 51 as if he is in his 30s. He is testimony to the Age Management lifestyle. By following a disciplined approach to anti-aging, which in Mr. Richie's case includes a predominently raw vegen diet, moderate amount of exercise, 7-8 hours of sleep per night, and BHRT, he's been able to slow the clock of aging better than most his age.
- - University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana. Masters in Business Administration
- - North Central College, Naperville, Illinois. BS Computer Science
- - United States Air Force, A-10 Thunderbolt Flight Simulation and Electronic Warfare Systems
Mr. Richie divides his time between the United States and Costa Rica and invests in areas of interest to him where he feels he can make a positive difference in the lives of others. Anti-Aging is one area he desires to give back by generating more interest and awareness to the advantages of anti-aging medicine.