Last night was one of those nights where, for whatever reason, I ran out of steam. Whether it was residual effects from the change to daylight savings time this weekend or just a day in the operating room, I don’t know, but I crashed on the couch hard, at least until lighting and thunder from the storms rolling through between 2 and 3 AM woke me up for a little while.

Fortunately, I do have a little tidbit to post, a very good one as well. Remember, the “pH Miracle Living” quack, Robert O. Young? He claims to be a naturopath, but even that claim, like pretty much everything he claims, seems to be dubious at best. (Yes, he’s even a fake quack.) Basically, to Young, cancer, AIDS, sepsis, and basically all diseases are due to “excess acid,” and the cure is “alkalinization.”

When last I visited Young’s sordid tale , he had been convicted of practicing medicine without a license, but the jury had deadlocked on the other charges, the ones that would garner him some serious jail time, the charge of fraud being the most prominent one.

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I so, so love seeing Robert O. Young in a prison jumpsuit. My only disappointment is that it wasn’t orange. Young deserves to be paraded around in prison orange. I also can’t help but note that I always wondered what the “O.” stood for. Now I know: Oldham.

Before Dr. Young began his extensive nutritional research, his love for sports and science led him to the University of Utah—where he studied biology and business in the early 70’s. There he was granted a full athletic scholarship for tennis. His team was consistently one of the top 10 in the nation. He had the experience of competing with the likes of Stan Smith, Jimmy Connors, and Roscoe Tanner.

In the 80’s, following his schooling at the University of Utah, Dr. Young studied medical microbiology—training under Dr. Robert Bradford at the Bradford Research Institute in Chula Vista, California (www.bradfordresearchinst.org). Dr. Bradford is now a trustee and professor at Capital University in Washington, DC, where he teaches live and dry blood microscopy (www.ability.org.uk/holistic_courses_and_schools.html). Dr. Young also studied darkfield microscopy under Dr. Maria Bleker—who was the prodigy of the great late biologist, Dr. Gunther Enderlein—in Essen, Germany.

Last night was one of those nights where, for whatever reason, I ran out of steam. Whether it was residual effects from the change to daylight savings time this weekend or just a day in the operating room, I don’t know, but I crashed on the couch hard, at least until lighting and thunder from the storms rolling through between 2 and 3 AM woke me up for a little while.

Fortunately, I do have a little tidbit to post, a very good one as well. Remember, the “pH Miracle Living” quack, Robert O. Young? He claims to be a naturopath, but even that claim, like pretty much everything he claims, seems to be dubious at best. (Yes, he’s even a fake quack.) Basically, to Young, cancer, AIDS, sepsis, and basically all diseases are due to “excess acid,” and the cure is “alkalinization.”

When last I visited Young’s sordid tale , he had been convicted of practicing medicine without a license, but the jury had deadlocked on the other charges, the ones that would garner him some serious jail time, the charge of fraud being the most prominent one.

Yoga is about flexibility, intuition and strength - both on and off the mat. We're talking to yogi Caley Alyssa about how her practice has shaped her perspectiv...

Fitness expert and wellness-minded mama to be, Andrea Speir, is walking us though the must-knows of working out while pregnant...

Can you even call it an obsession if you're only drinking the stuff? These matcha pancakes are everything we want in the morning. We're sharing two recipe...

Tags:
* IBS
* Ibs Cure
* Irratable Bowel Syndrome
* Alkaline Diet
* Ph Miracle Diet
* The Alkaline Diet And Ibs

Last night was one of those nights where, for whatever reason, I ran out of steam. Whether it was residual effects from the change to daylight savings time this weekend or just a day in the operating room, I don’t know, but I crashed on the couch hard, at least until lighting and thunder from the storms rolling through between 2 and 3 AM woke me up for a little while.

Fortunately, I do have a little tidbit to post, a very good one as well. Remember, the “pH Miracle Living” quack, Robert O. Young? He claims to be a naturopath, but even that claim, like pretty much everything he claims, seems to be dubious at best. (Yes, he’s even a fake quack.) Basically, to Young, cancer, AIDS, sepsis, and basically all diseases are due to “excess acid,” and the cure is “alkalinization.”

When last I visited Young’s sordid tale , he had been convicted of practicing medicine without a license, but the jury had deadlocked on the other charges, the ones that would garner him some serious jail time, the charge of fraud being the most prominent one.

Yoga is about flexibility, intuition and strength - both on and off the mat. We're talking to yogi Caley Alyssa about how her practice has shaped her perspectiv...

Fitness expert and wellness-minded mama to be, Andrea Speir, is walking us though the must-knows of working out while pregnant...

Can you even call it an obsession if you're only drinking the stuff? These matcha pancakes are everything we want in the morning. We're sharing two recipe...

Last night was one of those nights where, for whatever reason, I ran out of steam. Whether it was residual effects from the change to daylight savings time this weekend or just a day in the operating room, I don’t know, but I crashed on the couch hard, at least until lighting and thunder from the storms rolling through between 2 and 3 AM woke me up for a little while.

Fortunately, I do have a little tidbit to post, a very good one as well. Remember, the “pH Miracle Living” quack, Robert O. Young? He claims to be a naturopath, but even that claim, like pretty much everything he claims, seems to be dubious at best. (Yes, he’s even a fake quack.) Basically, to Young, cancer, AIDS, sepsis, and basically all diseases are due to “excess acid,” and the cure is “alkalinization.”

When last I visited Young’s sordid tale , he had been convicted of practicing medicine without a license, but the jury had deadlocked on the other charges, the ones that would garner him some serious jail time, the charge of fraud being the most prominent one.

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