Is the AIDS CD4 T-Cell Test a Measure of Fat?

RTB: We’re pleased to present another research essay by Cal Crilly. Cal has provided some truly groundbreaking work in understanding ‘Why retroviruses appear in autoimmune disease, cancer and Aids,’ and we recommend that you read his entire oeuvre, or body of work here at RTB, to follow his often whimsical journeys into wonderful and remarkable [...]

Six Ways to Prevent and Treat Cancer with Nutrition by Cal Crilly


I see a tumour as acting like a foetus, this is not new as many researchers both mainstream and alternative descibe cancer in exactly the same way….The Trophoblast Theory of Cancer is now over a hundred years old, this theory describes Cancer cells as behaving like the invasive Trophoblast cells that occur during pregnancy. by [...]


RTB: We are pleased to present Cal Crilly’s patent submission (which is yours for the taking, should you want to take it up), for the treatment of HIV – which is, in reality a group of human endogenous retroviral sequences, which are activated in damaged or nutrient-starved cells. The sequences, aligning with the AIDS industries [...]

Quitting Drugs Is Not Enough

Some folks who have read my story about quitting AIDS drugs and nearly two dozen other prescription drugs seem to think I attribute my improved health to that choice alone. It isn’t that simple. There is no doubt in my mind that taking so many prescription drugs, even under the care of physicians, was damaging [...]

Glutathione Inhibits Tuberculosis in HIV Positives and Negatives

RTB: Glutathione, a nutrient found in whole foods, is lacking in patients given the AIDS diagnosis; supplementing with glutathione improves health and reduces concurrent TB infections. Glutathione and Growth Inhibition of Mycobacterium Tuberculosis in Healthy and HIV Infected Subjects Vishwanath Venketaraman, Tatanisha Rodgers, Rafael Linares, Nancy Reilly, Shobha Swaminathan, David Hom, Ariel C Millman, Robert [...]

Nutritional Alterations in Drug Abusers With and Without HIV

RTB: This study tells the public what they already know: heroin and cocaine are bad for you. The bottom line, drug addiction causes illness, major weight loss, and death rates. What’s the difference between a person given the HIV test result who is a drug addict, and someone who is not? The person given the [...]

New Trial Claims Nutrients Significantly Slow Decline Into AIDS

RTB: Micronutrients help AIDS patients to recover, without killing the patient. (NaturalNews) A cocktail of nutrients can improve the quality of life in those diagnosed with HIV infection and markedly slow deterioration into full-blown AIDS, according to the results of a new trial conducted at the Mengo Hospital in Kampala, Uganda.

AIDS: A Treatable Combination of Nutritional Deficiencies

RTB: This review from Orthomolecular.org finds that AIDS immune deficiency rests heavily on nutritional deficiency – and can be reversed by strong supplementation and rebuilding of essential micronutrients in patients. Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, April 26, 2006 AIDS: A TREATABLE COMBINATION OF NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCIES AIDS MAY BE A COMBINATION OF NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCIES HIV Depletes Body [...]


Southern African Development Community (SADC) Health Meeting Johannesburg, South Africa, November 28 and 29, 2002 By Roberto Giraldo * CONTENTS 1. Nutritional immunology. 2. Nutritional deficiencies and HIV/AIDS. 3. Nutritional deficiencies and the progression of HIV-positive individuals to AIDS. 4. Nutritional deficiencies and the “transmission” of HIV/AIDS. 5. Oxidative stress and HIV/AIDS. 6. Nutritional and [...]

Recovery Videos

Recovery from Aids, Videos by Gary Null. From Gary Null’s YouTube Channel

Kenya – Food and Water Shortages After Election

KENYA: Alice Wanjiru, “Now it’s no meat, less ugali” Source: IRIN News. Photo: Julius Mwelu/IRIN Alice Wanjiru NAIROBI, 16 January 2009 (IRIN) – With the UN World Food Programme already feeding up to 1.2 million hungry Kenyans, hundreds of thousands more – the urban poor and those in drought-affected areas – are grappling with shortages, [...]


by Henry Bauer on Friday, 16 May 2008 Linus Pauling created an astonishing number of significant advances in the chemical sciences, including the theory of chemical bonding and the physicochemical basis of biological activity, and he was the first to discover the molecular basis of a disease, the misshapen structure of hemoglobin in sickle-cell anemia. [...]

Vitamin E and selenium could reduce mercury toxicity

By Stephen Daniells, 02-Feb-2006 Taking vitamin E and selenium supplements could reduce the toxicity of mercury from fish, indicates an animal study. If replicated in humans, the findings may mean pregnant women could consume more fish, and their babies benefit from more omega-3. The debate between the benefits of omega-3 intake from oily fish versus [...]

Selenium pills may slow HIV progression, says study

By Stephen Daniells, 23-Jan-2007 Daily selenium supplements, in combination with traditional anti-retroviral therapy, may control the viral load associated with HIV and boost the numbers of immune cells, says research. The study, published in the latest issue of the Archives of Internal Medicine, highlights the need of further research into the role of micronutrients in [...]

The role of nutrition in living with HIV/ AIDS

By Stephen Daniells, 01-Dec-2008 Related topics: Research, Antioxidants, carotenoids, Minerals, Probiotics and prebiotics, Vitamins & premixes Nutrition and HIV/AIDS are intricately linked. To mark World AIDS Day, NutraIngredients.com looks at the science behind the role of nutrition and nutrients for people living with HIV and/or AIDS. Infection with HIV can lead to malnutrition, and studies [...]