“Chris wears an amazing number of hats—brilliant botanical expert, untiring advocate for indigenous peoples, exotic adventurer, dedicated educator, and incredible entertainer(!) His gift for engaging the hearts and minds of audiences allows Chris to drive home the urgency of utilizing and protecting plant medicines for generations to come—both for the planet and for the people who here do reside.” - Cheryl Myers

“Cheryl is one of those rare people who straddles the conventional and natural medical worlds very well. A nurse, an expert on natural remedies, a gifted and entertaining speaker and a tireless researcher, Cheryl is a standard-bearer and a profoundly positive contributor to the field of natural health care. I am a big Cheryl Myers fan.” - Chris Kilham

Cheryl Myers
Chief of Scientific Affairs & Education
Natural Products and Expert Natural Medicines Educator/Communicator
Dietary Supplements, Natrual Medicines, Science of Ingredients, Product Development


Cheryl Myers is head of scientific affairs and education for EuroPharma, Inc., a natural medicine company with over 80 products being sold throughout North America and Europe. In this role, Cheryl oversees technical literature development, product research validation, educational outreach and acts as a liaison with thought leaders in integrative health.

Cheryl is also the owner and founder of the natural health information website, HulaGoGo.com. The website motto is: “Think. Care. Act.” and she tries to carry this sentiment forward in all her endeavors.

A recognized expert in integrative health and dietary supplement use, Cheryl has been a featured guest on more than 250 radio and television shows. She is well known as an advocate of bridging the worlds of mainstream and natural medicine to achieve health outcomes neither can create alone. Cheryl has been interviewed by the New York Times, Prevention Magazine, the Wall Street Journal and other periodicals on wide ranging topics such as dementia prevention, menopause symptom relief, cancer care, heart disease and many other aspects of health and wellness. She has appeared on the PBS television show “American Medical Review,” hosted by Morley Safer, to explain coenzyme Q10 and cardiac recovery. She has acted as a technical consultant for many segments of the PBS TV series “Healing Quest,” hosted by Olivia Newton-John.

In other media ventures, Cheryl served as the technical/medical advisor for the Tony Shalhoub independent film, “Feed the Fish.” With several scenes shot in emergency rooms and clinics, Cheryl helped to insure authenticity, and to assist in creating comedic exaggeration of bandages and medical props.

A graduate (with honors) of Purdue University, Cheryl, whose first degree was in nursing, also has clinical certifications in oncology (cancer care) and gerontology (health issues of aging). She has lectured on Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias at TriState University in Indiana.

As a member of the editorial board of the Natural Medicine Journal (the official journal of the American Naturopathic Association), Cheryl evaluates scholarly articles and studies illuminating the science behind natural health interventions.

Cheryl’s own nationally published articles have addressed a variety of health applications for natural products, including a referenced letter on the safety of taking St. John’s Wort prior to surgery in Aesthetic Surgery Journal and “Therapeutic Herbs for Gastrointestinal Disorders” in the Nutrition in Complementary Care: A Dietetic Practice Group of the American Dietetic Association. In October 2006, she presented a paper at the North American Menopause Society's annual meeting on herbal combinations for menopause and sleep disorders and her subsequent paper was presented at the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology in May 2009, entitled “Consumer Perception of Healthcare Practitioner Attitude to Black Cohosh for Menopause Symptom Relief.”

Additionally, Cheryl is an expert educator on dietary supplements and was invited to give educational presentations on various topics at the Mayo Clinic, in Rochester, MN; the Jefferson-Myrna Brind Center of Integrative Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital , in Philadelphia, PA, and at Florida Hospital Celebration Health, in central Florida, amongst others.