The World’s First Liquid Colloidal Gemstones for Health and Energy

Precious and semi-precious gemstones emitconcentrated rays of strong, pure ‘Chi’ energy. For example, ruby emits hot, red rays and isused to mediate dis-ease arising from coldand dampness. Tibetan and Indian Doctors employ the heat ofRuby to deal with problems like varicose ulcer,low blood pressure, low libido, constipationand anemia – these are all cold dis-eases. Ruby … Continue reading The World’s First Liquid Colloidal Gemstones for Health and Energy

High Protein Diet – High Health Risk!

As acidic problems have begun surfacing related to high protein diets such as kidney function impairment to the body pulling calcium from the bones to neutralize excess acids from the breakdown metabolites of protein such as uric, nitirc, phosphuric and sulfuric acid, the non-profit organization Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine began tracking folks having health … Continue reading High Protein Diet – High Health Risk!

Names for Disease Are Misleading!

Disease, or should we say dis-Ease, and names like diabetes and osteoporosis are misleading. Not only do they strike fear into our collective hearts, but they misinform patients—and everyone else—about both care and dis-ease prevention. There is a curious tendency in conventional medicine to take a set of symptoms, string them together, and give the … Continue reading Names for Disease Are Misleading!

The E-coli and Spinach Myth

In the most recent headlines associated with E-coli from spinach where medical savants suggest caused kidney failure and then death of several people, I perceive I am left to ask some very important questions — “how were these folks living, eating, drinking and thinking?” Was the real cause of death from a germ called E-coli … Continue reading The E-coli and Spinach Myth

The Most Important Article I Have Ever Written!

What Causes Cancer, Heart Attacks, Strokes, Diabetes, MS, Lupus, Dementia, Sepsis, Multiple Sclerosis and the list goes on and on and on? A rise in the alkalinity of the blood plasma above pH 7.365 (alkaline phosphate)–any rise–is a result or a compensatory reaction due to over-acidity in the interstitial fluids of the Interstitium (I call … Continue reading The Most Important Article I Have Ever Written!

EATING CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES MAY BE GOOD FOR YOU!

ROBERT O. YOUNG, CPT, MS, D.SC., PH.D. NATUROPATHIC PRACTITIONER   In response to an email I received several years ago, a pH   Miracle friend, G.H., wrote:   “I read all of your lengthy newsletters but on this one I have to ask, how acidic is it to be bombarded with “the sky is falling” … Continue reading EATING CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES MAY BE GOOD FOR YOU!

Can the Chemistry Including the pH of the Blood and Interstitial Fluids of the Interstitium be Altered by YOUR Lifestyle and Dietary Choices?

A Micrograph of Live Blood Showing a Symplast of Yeast and Bacteria – A Symptom of Systemic Acidosis of the Interstitial Fluids Published on November 23, 2018 Robert Young CPT. MSc, DSc, PhD, Naturopathic Practitioner Research Scientist at the pH Miracle Center   The alkalinity of the blood above pH 7.365 (alkaline phosphate)—any rise—is a … Continue reading Can the Chemistry Including the pH of the Blood and Interstitial Fluids of the Interstitium be Altered by YOUR Lifestyle and Dietary Choices?

A NEW Study Finds Dietary Acid Load Increases Risk for Breast Cancer and an Alkaline Diet Reduces Risk for Breast Cancer Validating the Work, Research and Published Findings of Robert O. Young

(An electron micrograph of a cancerous breast condition highlighted in purple) Higher Diet-Dependent Acid Load is Associated with Risk of Breast Cancer: Findings From the Sister Study International Journal of Cancer — Mark Park YM, et al. | September 26, 2018 Researchers assessed the link between diet-dependent acid load and risk of breast cancer, using multivariable Cox proportional hazards … Continue reading A NEW Study Finds Dietary Acid Load Increases Risk for Breast Cancer and an Alkaline Diet Reduces Risk for Breast Cancer Validating the Work, Research and Published Findings of Robert O. Young