Our Team

Beverly G. Lansden, MD (Ret.)

Beverly G. Lansden, MD (Ret.)

Internal Medicine, Endocrinology, Anti-Aging, and Regenerative Medicine

1965-69 Bachelor of Science, Medical Technology, Univ. of Cinti

1969-72 Supervisor of Blood Bank, Bethesda Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio

1972-79 Employed as Research Technologist, University of Cincinnati Hoxworth Blood Center.

To date, 22 peer reviewed studies on PubMed.gov (under a previous married name)

1979-83 Medical School, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (for MD certification)

1983-86 Residency and Board Certified in Internal Medicine, The Christ Hospital, Univ. of Cinti.

1986-88 Fellowship and Board Certified in Endocrinology, Univ of South Carolina at Charleston

1988-92 Endocrinology practice in Charleston, SC

1992-2015 Endocrinology practice in Gulfport, MS, focusing on diabetes, thyroid and weight control

2005-2007 Board Certified in Antiaging and Regenerative Medicine.

2007-2015 Added Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy and natural therapies over drugs.

2013-Present  LifeVantage Consultant

Ralph Thomas (Tom) Hageman, CNC

Ralph Thomas (Tom) Hageman, CNC

Certified Nutrition Coach

1965-1966 Attended Xavier University, Cincinnati, OH

1967-1987 U.S. Army Reserves

1968-1972 Customer Service Rep. Data Processing Service Bureau

1972-1995 Sales and Marketing of Business Forms

1995-2008 Independent Distributor of Printed Business Products

2008-2014 Customer Service Agent, Gulfport-Biloxi Int’l Airport

2014-Present LifeVantage Independent Distributor

2019-ToastMasters Certification: Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM)

2020-Certification in Nutrition from Precision Nutrition

2023 -Certification as Nutrition Coach from the National Academy of Sports Medicine

2024 – Certification in Functional Nutrition from The Health Institute, Life University

Create A Health Philosophy That Works For You

Available on Amazon for only $9.99

In this book, Tom Hageman shares a health philosophy that you can apply to your daily life. We will explore the fundamentals of living a healthy lifestyle through real-life experiences. Hageman encourages us to reflect and start taking care of our physical wellness. After all, it’s beyond doubt that prevention is better than cure.

Why your DNA isn't your Destiny

The new field of epigenetics is showing how your environment and your choices can influence your genetic code — and that of your kids

“We now recognize that virtually every gene has some either direct or indirect relationship to nutrition.”

Jeffery Bland, Ph.D.

Don’t let age change you, change the way you age.


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