The Western mechanistic view of mind-as-brain, or thought as a material process, is far from the only model of our experience of Being. Western science is outrageously arrogant in supposing they have a monopoly on truth, especially when they can’t even be honest about the (considerable) gaps in their theories. But the bottom line is they don’t really have a model of self at all. People are just an expression of “brain-ness”! We have no souls, no free will and are not really there at all: if the brain were to shut down, we are gone! Fortunately, many scientists are recognizing that this silly materialistic model is just not valid. So while the hard core pseudo-scientists are banging on about “voodoo science”, many knowledge ...[click to continue]

You Have To Try This Stuff. It’s Amazing!

I’m not going to waste time telling you the health benefits of vitamin C. If you haven’t grasped how truly valuable it is to health, I’m worried for you!

We can’t make our own (which is why it’s a vitamin or VITal AMINe). We’d quickly die of scurvy without it. But most animals m ...[click to continue]

Is there really a connection between emotions and cancer development?  There absolutely is!  The way you think, behave, and react to the world around you (and your personal living environment in particular) have a huge impact on your physical wellbeing.

The Mind, The Body, and Cancer

For more than four decades, I’ve been talking at great length about the link between the human mind and how cancer begins.  It’s only in the past few years that researchers around the world are proving my theories scientifically. Emotions, personality, and disease are intrinsically linked in ways that may be difficult – even counterintuitive – to believe.  Howeve ...[click to continue]
Some months ago I wrote about loneliness and organized a webinar. It was strange: nearly 200 people signed up for it but only 15 attended. Isn’t that the problem in a nutshell? If people don’t engage, they will end up feeling lonely (disconnected). One of the significant layers of this phenomenon of loneliness is a diminished reach, or difficulty reaching out and communicating. People can be in the middle of large crowds and yet feel lonely. Why? Because there is nobody to talk to! Or at least nobody to talk to at a meaningful level. We can say “Hi” and “Have a nice day!” to people, without engaging, or without it meaning anything much. What we really miss perhaps is talking at the soul level, personal sharing, an ...[click to continue]
Everyone wants to slow the aging process.  No matter who you are, your current age, or where you are in your health right now, figuring out how to slow down the clock to the end of your life is a big deal to all of us. To slow it down, you must first understand the basics of why and how we age.

Life Expectancy vs Healthy Life Expectancy

Human beings are extremely long-lived mammals but we have the genetics to live far longer.  As of 2017, in the United States, the current life expectancy estimate for males is 79 years.  The estimate is 81 years for females. These numbers fluctuate further depending on the state you live in and they fluctuate drastically from country to country.  ...[click to continue]
It’s been wisely said that our bodies are defended from sudden death every single day. As with all living creatures we too are endowed with a number of key regulatory mechanisms. One can only be amazed that they rarely seem to break down, rather than being surprised and disconcerted when they do. Every day, every minute, trouble is nipped in the bud before it gets started and we remain unaware of what is taking place: in other words, we feel one hundred percent OK. It is only when the defenses are overworked that we actually experience any health problems at all. By the time we are aware of a symptom, any symptom, the defenses have already broken down and matters are really quite serious. We have our skin to prevent dehydration and ...[click to continue]
If you suffer from chronic pain, you can become desperate to ease it.  Finding safe, effective, and natural pain relief is crucial to daily functioning and quality of life. Don’t give up because there is hope! Over my almost four decades of helping patients, I’ve seen many causes of chronic pain.  Some patients have been dealt an injury to their bodies.  Others have emotional trauma that manifests as physical pain, and so much more. Without question, the most common (and treatable) cause of pain in my experience are food allergies or intolerances that result in systemic inflammation. I call inflammatory foods “bandits” because ...[click to continue]
Before the advent of antibiotics, syphilis was one of the most common infections in the Western World, afflicting up to 10% of the adult populations. In 1927 Julius Wagner-Jauregg was given the first and only Nobel Prize awarded to a psychiatrist.  This was for work done in 1917 in which Wagner-Jauregg had exposed three neurosyphilitic patients to malaria drawn from the blood of a wounded soldier. The resulting high fever killed the syphilis bacterium, leading to their recovery! Given that there were few cures for anything in 1917, Wagner-Jauregg’s achievement was a milestone in psychiatric and medical science.  There was now a reliable, albeit risky, cure for neurosyphilis. When I went to med school there was a saying: “To know ...[click to continue]
No matter your age, gender, or current state of health, protecting kidney function must be a priority!  While you might not think much about your kidneys, you need them and what they do for you more than you may realize.

The Role Your Overlooked Kidneys Play in Total Body Health

Of all your organs, the kidneys are just about the most undervalued.  However, if they go down, you won’t last a week without a backup plan (typically a transplant or dialysis). Your kidneys have about 2 million nephrons (filter units) that filter and process between 3-4 liters of blood every 5 minutes, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  The rate of blood flow through the kidneys is about 20% of the total bloo ...[click to continue]
Click here to read the PDF Version of the letter from Doctor Keith For several weeks now, I have had the urge to write to people who follow me and care about what I am doing. I can’t talk to everyone individually but I thought an “open letter” would fill the gap nicely. This is not to say anything is wrong here at home. But I am so constrained for time just now that it’s getting difficult to meet all my requirements. I’m writing a major book and that is taking my attention off all the other things I should be doing (or would otherwise be doing!) I often liken this to Vincent van Gogh’s position: while he was pa ...[click to continue]
Damned right we should. Several times in my writing I have referred to the “Pottenger’s cats” experiment. It’s in my book Diet Wise, for example, chapter 6, p. 53. Between 1932 and 1942, Francis M. Pottenger, Jr., M.D., conducted a classic ten-year, multi-generation nutrition study on cats. Certain animals were put on diets consisting only of pasteurized milk and cooked foods, equivalent to our processed foods and quite unlike ...[click to continue]
To discuss one of the biggest medical scams in history, look no further than the dangers of statin drugs!  The pharmaceutical industry pulled a fast one and their profits are proof!  How did they accomplish such a feat?
  • Outright lying and bending the few “facts” to fit their narrative
  • Questionable statistics, scientific studies, and very shaky “evidence”
  • Endless money poured into marketing that created false “demand”
The objective was to create a specific world view that if you’re over the age of 50, you require statin drugs to live.  The counter objective was to ...[click to continue]