The Rat Theory of Garbage

One pathogen; One disease; One therapy. This is the paradigm of infectious disease etiology established in the second half of the nineteenth century by Robert Koch and Louis Pasteur. I refer to Louis Pastuer’s “Germ Theory of Disease” as the Rat Theory


No “Just in Case” Antibiotics

The appearance of antibiotics to treat bacterial infections such as staphylococcal, streptococci, bacilli and pneumonia seemed to arrive as a miracle panacea in the 1950s. Alexander Fleming (1981-1955) – who discovered penicillin, the first broadly effective antibiotic – predicted the rise of

Acidosis – A Major Cause of Disease

It is possible to have a balanced pH and still be sick, but this is very rare. If this it occurs, it could be due to emotional disturbances as there is an underlying emotional component to illness. Anger, bitterness, resentment, hatred, depression,

The Seven Stages of Disease

There are seven stages of disease progression which are really just symptoms of an intelligent, body-instituted healing crisis. The early stages begin with mild symptoms of excessive tiredness while the later stages end in full-blown catastrophes where weakened organs and systems start

The Chain Will Break at the Weakest Link

Everyone has a genetic predisposition for a weak organ or weak tissues or a weak system that is targeted when a person’s toxic threshold had been reached. It’s kind of like the straw that breaks the camel’s back. So long as the

The Life of the Flesh is in the Blood

The blood is your life force. It’s designed to take essential nutrients where they are needed and remove cellular wastes from where they are not needed. Picture a vibrant, gushing river – an artery, branching into streams called veins, that become trickling


If It Quacks Like a Doc…

Do you know where does the term Quack Doctor comes from? As it turns out, that’s quite an interesting story. In the 1800s doctors used arsenic and mercury to treat just about everything you can think of. The quicksilver doctors (as they


You’re Gonna Get Sick, Get Used to It

Zero Covid, zero disease, zero suffering, zero death. Unrealistic goals? You bet—although many countries (particularly China) have seemingly adopted a “Zero Covid” stance and have made a rather destructive effort to eliminate any occurrence of Covid-19 from their citizenry—boarding people up in