Sunday, September 19, 2010

What Could a Molecular Biologist and an Astrophysicist Possibly Tell Us About Nutrition and Health?


Great cooga-mooga, what an impressively well-researched and -written website and blog this husband and wife team of scientists has put together.

Having "successfully healed our own “middle-age” and chronic health problems through diet, and have learned much that we would like to share", this excerpt from their "About us" page serves as a good introduction:

"We believe that:
  • Disease, premature aging, and impaired health have 3 primary causes: food toxicity, malnutrition, and chronic infections by bacteria, viruses, fungi, and protozoa.
  • These 3 causes go together.  People who eat toxic, nutrient-poor diets are more likely to contract chronic infections and do not easily recover from them.
  • Yet the body has amazing powers of recovery.  On a healthy diet, the immune system can tackle and defeat most infections, especially with the aid of antimicrobial drugs.
  • A diet like the Perfect Health Diet should be the first treatment option in most diseases and an adjunct to therapy in all."

I'm avidly reading, of course, to catch up on all that has already been posted in various categories, and I've found several very interesting passages of information that I either did not know, had not thought about, or had not looked at perceptively enough.

A great post at which to begin exploring is "The Philosophy of this Blog, With a Parable". It is definitely an eye-opener on several levels in terms of illustrating what is fundamentally wrong with black box medicine and what to do differently for treatment of health issues.

I hope you enjoy and benefit from it as much as I am.


  1. Excellent blog article, but it begs the question,what is the perfect diet? Sometimes our security guards are allergic to some foods. Are these scientists pushing Med Diet,a vegan diet (God forbid), or the low-carb lifestyle? The latter has been shown to be the most effective over the long haul. Dave Sutton

  2. i've been drinking bird nest soup every night (i only get the homemade kind back at home). the only reason why i drink it is because it's supposed to be good for complexion.

    i’ve been taking the store-bought kind online (e.g. of famous branded only of course) which is directly mailed from Hong Kong. this would be at a more affordable price.