Join The Real Truth About Health Membership Club

Unlimited Disease Prevention Videos from Worlds Top Experts

Watch anywhere. Cancel anytime.

Please enter a valid email address.
Something went wrong. Please check your entries and try again.

Watch everywhere. Stream all videos on your phone, tablet, laptop, and desktop computer without paying more.

T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is The Real Truth About Health Membership Club?

The Real Truth About Health Membership Club is a streaming service that offers a wide variety of lectures, panels, offstage interviews, and more on thousands of internet-connected devices.

You can watch as much as you want, whenever you want without a single commercial – all for one low monthly price. There's always something new to discover.

How much does the Membership Cost?

Watch our videos on your smartphone, tablet, Smart TV, laptop, or computer, all for one fixed monthly fee of $7.00 a month. No extra costs, no contracts.

Where can I watch?

Watch anywhere, anytime, on an unlimited number of devices. Sign in with your account to watch instantly on the web at from your personal computer, laptop, smartphone, or tablet

How do I cancel?

The Real Truth About Health is flexible. There are no pesky contracts and no commitments. You can easily cancel your account by sending us an email or call us at (516) 921-1417. There are no cancellation fees – start or stop your account anytime.

What can I watch in the Membership Club?

We have an extensive video library of lectures from all our world renowned speakers, and more. Watch as much as you want, anytime you want. Join free for 30 days to see everything The Real Truth About Health has to offer.

How does the free trial work?

Try us free for 30 days! If you enjoy your trial, do nothing and your membership will automatically continue for as long as you choose to remain a member. Cancel anytime before your trial ends and you won’t be charged. There’s no complicated contract, no cancellation fees, and no commitment. Cancel anytime.

Please enter a valid email address.
Something went wrong. Please check your entries and try again.

The world’s top medical doctors, naturopathic doctors, nutritionists, scientists, dietitians and authors, telling you the unbiased, accurate, scientifically proven truth about health, nutrition, the food system, the medical system and the environment.

Conference-Speakers-Updated-4 part 2
first sales page image

1 - Get the replay of all 80 onstage lectures, panels, and off-stage interviews (every second of the conference) with our 32 world-renowned authors from the January 25 - February 2, 2020, Real Truth About Health Conference. All 120 hours. 

These authors are experts in health, nutrition, the food system, the medical system, and the environment. This includes every single on stage and off stage presentation.

2 - Get the replay of onstage lectures, panels, and off-stage interviews with our world-renowned authors from the 2013 - 2019, Real Truth About Health Conferences. 

Get the short videos made from the original 2013 - 2019 full videos.

3 - Get approximately 1000 short videos made from the original 80 full-length videos. 

Not everyone wants to watch all 120 hours of the conference, yet you want to make sure you don’t miss anything essential or life-saving. These shorter videos focus on a specific point made during the lecture. This way, if during the 90-minute lecture, a speaker makes a particular point, we would make a short video with a title explaining what the video is about. Now you have 1000 very specific short videos with exact titles to make this easier for you to find your information.

4 - Get the 10-minute highlight of every one of the 80 full-length lectures from our 2020 conference so you can get the most critical information in a fraction of the time.

This way, you can quickly get the main points of each lecture without having to listen to the whole 90-minute talk. You can also sample different speakers to see which you enjoy enough to watch their full lectures.

second sales page image
banner 1a

5 - We provide the full transcription of all 80 full-length lectures from our 2020 conference for those who prefer to read instead of watch videos.

We know you are busy. You can just read the transcript instead of watching the video.

6 - We provide you with the top 20 points from each lecture from our 2020 conference in writing. 

This is perfect for people who want to read what was taught in every presentation quickly and don’t want to have to watch 120 hours of video. We sum up the top 20 points for each of the 80 full-length lectures.

7 - Get Greatest Hits Videos Featuring Key Points and Solutions for Top 50 Diseases or Categories from Multiple Experts. We went through all 120 hours of content from our 2020 conference and broke all the information into 50 different specific categories. 

For example, some of the titles of the 50 categories are Cancer, Diabetes, Dementia, Heart Disease, Bone Diseases, Obesity, GMO’s, Climate Change, wireless radiation, plus many more. This way, for example, if you're only interested in Diabetes, we have one video that aggregates all the times that the speakers spoke about Diabetes. This way, you get all the Diabetes information without having to watch all 120 hours. We made 50 main topics to make it easier for you to find what you're looking for.


Need to Spread this Information to Someone You Know?

8 - Ability to share all the videos with family and friends

9 - Ability to download audio of all 80 full-length lectures from our 2020 conference


10 - Monthly newsletter on the top 100 news stories in the fields of health, nutrition, the food system, the medical system, and the environment.

Why do I need to be up to date on health and environmental information?

To save your life, prevent disease, prevent nutritional deficiencies that affect the organs in your body, to avoid pain, and to prevent losing physical and mental functions. Also, to prevent substantial medical bills for you and your family, to prevent having to submit and deal with reimbursement of medical bills, to prevent having to take off from work, to prevent losing time with your loved ones. No one should wait until they have a health challenge to take health seriously. The time to learn about prevention is while you are healthy. The best way to deal with a disease is to prevent it. You have far more options if you deal with health now, not later when you are in compromised health. The same goes for the environment and food supply. The best time to deal with these issues is now, not in the future, when we are in a crisis. We have more options now then we will if we let the environmental problems get bigger.

One of the doctors from the conference claims that with the right diet and lifestyle, you can be heart attack proof. Does he explain this?

The doctor's name is Caldwell Esselstyn, M.D, he is the author of Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease. He fully backs up his claim with two compelling studies that he conducted, oversaw, and followed up with all the patients. 

As you can guess, that put us on a new mission. 

Another author from the conference conducted the most comprehensive large study ever undertaken of the relationship between diet and the risk of developing disease. Did he find anything important? 

The author's name is T. Colin Campbell. He conducted a study and then later wrote a book about it called The China Study, which The New York Times said The study can be considered the Grand Prix of epidemiology. He found that eating a lot of protein, especially animal protein, is also linked to chronic disease.

third sales page image

I understand that Walter Willett, M.D., known as the world’s most-cited nutrition researcher, says that our diet is having an impact on climate change. Why does he say this?

Yes, Dr. Willett Willett, professor of epidemiology and nutrition at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, who co-authored the EAT-Lancet Commission on healthy diets from sustainable food systems said that he is working with colleagues in the earth sciences to understand further the ways that dietary choices can affect greenhouse gas production and climate change. It is critical to your future health, business decisions, investing decisions, job selection, and understanding of the future to learn precisely what he means when he explains how certain foods are dramatically increasing climate change.

Many of the doctors and authors said that obesity and type 2 diabetes were lifestyle diseases that could be prevented and reversed. Is this based on their opinion or solid science?

Solid science, these authors have worked with real people for many years to accurately measure what does and doesn’t prevent obesity and type 2 diabetes.

Of the 32 authors from the 2020 conference that you use as the source of information, how many are medical doctors?

We have many great authors, scientists, researchers, naturopathic doctors, and dieticians. We also had nine medical doctors from the 2020 conference and many more at our conferences from 2013 - 2020. The medical doctors included

Joel Fuhrman, M.D. - "The End of Heart Disease: The Eat to Live Plan to Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease,"

Caldwell B. Esselstyn Jr., M.D - "Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease: The Revolutionary, Scientifically Proven, Nutrition-Based Cure,"

Walter C. Willett M.D. - "Eat, Drink, and Be Healthy: The Harvard Medical School Guide to Healthy Eating,"

Garth Davis, M.D. - "Proteinaholic: How Our Obsession with Meat Is Killing Us and What We Can Do About It,"

 Dr. David Katz - "The Truth About Food: Why Pandas Eat Bamboo, and People Get Bamboozled,"

Joel K. Kahn M.D. -"The Plant-Based Solution: America's Healthy Heart Doc's Plan to Power Your Health,"

 Milton Mills, M.D,

Gabriel Cousens, MD, MD(H), DD - "There Is a Cure for Diabetes, Revised Edition: The 21-Day+ Holistic Recovery Program",

Matt McCarthy, M.D. - "Superbugs: The Race to Stop an Epidemic"

fourth sales page image

Why do I need to get health information from The Real Truth About Health? I can just get it directly from companies in the industry. Right?

A lot of companies don’t want your shopping habits to change. They can’t afford for your shopping habits to change. Therefore they don’t want you to change your beliefs about health because that might cause you to alter your buying behaviors. They want you to keep doing, thinking, shopping and spending the way you always have, even if that means keeping you misinformed or confused. The fossil fuel industry doesn’t want you to switch to solar and wind energy. The sugar industry doesn’t want you to stop eating sugar. The pesticide industry doesn’t want you to stop applying weed killer to your lawn. The wireless phone industry doesn’t want you to be concerned about cell phone radiation. Industries spend a lot of time trying to convince you that their products have way more positives than negatives. They say whatever they need to say to convince everyone to keep buying their products even if it means your health or your planet's health will be hurt. 

I already know that? What is your point?

Our point is that although many people know this, they don’t fully accept how intense the attempt is to keep you brainwashed, confused, and uninformed. Companies and industries want to make money, and they do not want you to stop buying their products. They spend all their time and money to try and convince you that the science, the studies, the clinical trials, the experts, the collective knowledge, is that you should buy their products and that their products have way more benefits than risks. They don’t love you, and they don’t care about the long term effects their products have on you, your children and the planet. They care more about profits than whether their product causes a disease. If their product has anything to do with the 50% decrease in sperm counts that we have had over the last 50 years, they don’t want you to know. If their product is dramatically increasing climate change, they don’t want you to know. If their product is causing or increasing the chance of you getting Obesity, diabetes, heart disease, cancer, or dementia, they don’t want you to know. 

I hear the mainstream media and big industries criticize anyone that doesn’t agree with them. They call them quacks, charlatans, snake oil salespeople, and scam artists. They claim the information on the internet is not trustworthy. They tell you that you are irresponsible, dumb, and gullible if you listen to anyone but them. Is this true?

Industries sometimes call potential competition to their industry quacks when in some cases, the people they are calling charlatans have valuable information that could save lives. They often call them quacks to discredit them because the new product or industry threatens them.  

fifth sales page image

I don’t listen to companies. I only listen to the scientific community, the medical industry, the universities, and the clinical trials, so I feel confident that I have good information.

You are mistaken to assume these sources have accurate information. The medical industry knows how much you like and trust your doctor, so they spend billions of dollars trying to influence the design and outcome of the clinical trials that your doctor reads. They also try to control which articles appear in the medical journals that your doctor reads. 

How could the smart, honest people I trust be tricked into believing misinformation from big industries?

Many ways. Companies that don’t want you to know the actual effects of their products do everything they can to confuse, misrepresent, distort, trick, and fool the people you trust. That is why when a study or clinical trial comes out saying a product is safe or suitable for you; you need to know who paid for the study. Also, who was involved in the study, who designed the study, who monitored the study, who interpreted the study results, who reported on the study results, what the study was compared to, etc. The average news reporter isn’t scientific or devoted enough to fully understand if the research they are reporting on was done correctly and for the benefit of humanity. Most reporters don’t have months of time and proper access to critical information to properly investigate and understand the studies that industries report on. The great myth is that science is independently funded and not influenced by industry. This is why scientific studies and clinical trials(Read Ben Goldacre’s book “Bad Pharma”) are so questionable because unbiased, unaffiliated sources are not doing them.

I understand that I am not getting accurate health and environmental information from big companies, but why do I need to get information from The Real Truth About Health membership club? Why can't I just get health and environmental data from the newspaper, Tv news, or my favorite website?

The primary source of revenue for the media is advertising. They don’t want to do investigative reporting that might reflect poorly on their advertisers. They avoid doing negative stories about the companies that are the primary source of their revenue. Even when they do a negative story, they don’t keep following up on the issue. 

I am not sure I fully accept this. There are many honest journalists.

Yes, there are, but they don’t necessarily have the approval from their management to go after stories that might expose big companies(their advertisers) and their products.

sixth sales page image

During the presidential debates, didn’t the journalists ask tough questions?

They did, but they also left out many topics that would offend the advertisers of their network. No one asked about GMOs, the overuse of pesticides, about why sperm counts are down 50% in the last 50 years, why childhood diseases have skyrocketed, why the control of our seeds is in the hands of just a few companies, about the dangers of wireless radiation and 5G. No one questioned any part of the food, medical, chemical, telecom, biotech, or chemical industries. Over and over, they asked other questions and avoided the exact topics that could make their advertisers look bad. 

Even if the media and journalists don’t hold big industries accountable for providing the public with factual information on the benefits and risks of their products, don’t government agencies do that??

No. The most critical agencies like the EPA (environmental protection agency), the FDA(Food and drug administration), the USDA(United States Department of Agriculture), the FCC(Federal Communications Commission) and most others are often run by someone formerly from or loyal to the industry they are supposed to be protecting the public from. The head of these government agencies is appointed by politicians who often take campaign contributions from these industries during their election campaigns. Then after the election, the newly elected senator or congressman or president selects an industry-friendly person to run the government agency. That person makes industry-friendly policies, even if they are bad for your health or the planet. These agencies continue to provide inaccurate, non-scientific, biased information to protect the industry they are from. The media then quotes the policies and information from these agencies, and now the whole country is operating with wrong, inaccurate, dangerous pro-industry information. This means the media, the politicians, the universities, the governors, the scientific community, the medical industry is all giving out inaccurate information that they were told came from an unbiased government agency. The problem is the source of information that everyone is using is not accurate. So even the experts have inaccurate information. The public has no chance and is bombarded with the wrong information about what is safe, healthy, and scientific. The public believes all the confident, smart, hard-working people sharing this information but doesn’t realize that in many cases the information started from a government agency that probably is biased in favor of protecting the industry even if that means harming your health or the planet.

Can you give me an example of this?

The most powerful agency overseeing the health of the environment is the Environmental Protection Agency. The current head of that agency is Andrew Wheeler, a former coal lobbyist with Close ties to the coal industry. Before Trump nominated him to become deputy EPA administrator last fall, Wheeler was a lobbyist at Faegre Baker Daniels Consulting, where his best-paying client was the coal mining company Murray Energy. The company paid Wheeler’s firm at least $300,000 each year between 2009 and 2017, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.

Murray Energy’s CEO, Robert Murray, has been a loyal supporter of Trump. After giving $300,000 to the President’s inauguration fund, the New York Times reported that Murray gave Trump a wish list of environmental regulations he wanted rolled back. The President instructed Pruitt to get to work on the list.

Wheeler also had a number of other high-profile clients in the energy sector, according to the Washington Post. Many of these companies have an interest in the regulations Wheeler will now make decisions about as acting head of the EPA.

Wheeler worked for Oklahoma Sen. James Inhofe

During his time as a congressional staffer, Wheeler worked as a senior aide to Republican Sen. James Inhofe, one of Washington’s most prominent climate change denialists, according to the Post. Inhofe expressed his support for his former staffer, calling Wheeler “the perfect choice” to serve as acting EPA administrator.

I realize the media and government agencies have biased information, which is why I get all my medical advice from a medical doctor, pharmacist, or the pharmaceutical industry. Doesn’t that guarantee I get the truth?

No, the doctors, nurses, medical advisors, and public policy experts are making recommendations based on the results of clinical trials. The problem with this is that there are ways to set up clinical trials to make them look more favorable to a particular drug or medical procedure then they are. Making a statement about a treatment based on the results of clinical trials is risky since many clinical trials only show the good results from the trials and leave out the bad results. Also, clinical trials are sometimes done for very short periods of time. We don’t know the long term effects of a pharmaceutical drug or medical procedure when a clinical trial lasts only a few months. Despite the lack of useful long term information on the effectiveness and safety of prescription drugs and medical procedures, they are widely recommended to the public with assurances from the pharmaceutical industry that they work well and are safe to use. Just like other industries that sell products, the medical industry is very focused on selling products. Medicine is a product that makes a lot of money for a lot of people, just like breakfast cereal, candy, beer, canned soup, office supplies, tires, or any other consumer products. Just like these other industries, some shareholders want to increase sales and profits regardless of what impact it has on your long term health. You don’t want to get your nutrition information from the shareholders of the fast food, soda, snack food, or breakfast cereal industry. You don’t want to get your medical knowledge from the shareholders of Pharmaceutical companies. In all these cases, the shareholders push the board of directors to push the CEO to push his employees to optimize profits above accurate health information that might cause sales to decrease. In all cases, the goal of the company is to convince the public to buy more of whatever they are selling, regardless of the long term implications of the product.

seventh sales page image

But my doctor is fantastic, smart and up on the latest trends. Isn’t he an expert?

Yes, he is fantastic, smart, honest, hard-working, and up on the latest trends. However, if he is reading medical journals that are pro-industry regarding clinical trials, then he doesn’t know the long term side effects from the prescription drugs studies in these clinical trials. Maybe he has his own opinion from doing this for a long time, but when someone gets sick, it's hard to know if the cause of their illness was influenced by foods or drugs that you took 15 years ago. In other words, the constant assurances from the medical industry that their products work well and don’t have long term side effects are often inaccurate since the clinical trials were not done long term, so there is no way for the doctor to say the prescription drugs are safe long term confidently. That is why large, long term, unbiased tests, and trials would be so valuable. Yet, they are intentionally not done because no company wants to learn bad things about their products.

I am sure my doctor has the latest, greatest information on health and wellness; after all, he is a medical doctor.

Unfortunately, medical schools don’t do a good, thorough or in-depth job of teaching doctors about nutrition, nutritional supplementation with vitamins and minerals, exercise, herbal medicine, alternative medicine, fasting, saunas, grounding, traditional Chinese medicine, emotional health, and every other non-mainstream approach to health. Shouldn’t your health advisor know all the best, most effective approaches to health? Why do they only know about western medicine, which favors drugs and surgery but not diet and lifestyle? The reason your doctors are not taught these other things is that they are not a profitable business for the medical industry. The medical industry says these other things don’t work. Still, there is a significant amount of documented science showing diet, lifestyle, and different holistic approaches to health work well for many health issues for far less money and with far fewer side effects. The medical industry doesn’t want you to consider anything except what they sell. This is not in your best interest.

Hasn’t it been proven that modern medicine has extended lives and saved millions?

The United States pays and uses the most modern medicine. Our life expectancy among countries ranks about 43rd, which is not good considering how much less medicine many of the countries with higher life expectancy than us use. Something about our food system, medical system and high chemical toxic lifestyle is not working if we are 43rd yet spend twice as much as the next closest country on healthcare. Our food plays a role as well, but the main point is that something is causing us to have worse health than 42 other countries who all spend far less on health than we do. 

I get my information from university studies. Isn’t that good?

Sometimes, but if the university is receiving money from industry, then they often produce very biased information that doesn’t reflect your best interests. The public is not getting accurate information when government agencies, politicians, and the media quote a biased university study.

If the big industries, government agencies, media, universities, clinical trials, and scientific community are influencing the information I am getting on health and the environment, where do I get accurate information on how to stay healthy in the short and long term?

You need to find a source of information that doesn’t make money from a source that they then promote. If someone says the best product for health is vitamin D, and then they sell vitamin D, then their credibility is in question. It doesn’t mean vitamin D isn’t good just because they promote and sell it. However, the overall consensus is that people and companies don’t like to criticize their products. Also, since companies need to make money, they often oversell the benefits and downplay the negatives of the products they sell. Therefore it is critical not to get seduced by confident, good looking, well-credentialed salespeople even if they claim they are not salespeople. You need to find sources of information that are looking out only for you and not for the product they are selling or the company that is paying them.

eighth sales page image

Why is The Real Truth About Health different?

As long as we continue not to sell products, we can remain unbiased. The fact that we sell nothing allows us to just offer you impartial information to the best of our ability.

Isn’t it a conflict that you have some advertisers?

Yes, If we promote our advertisers, that is a conflict. We are trying our best to give you pure unbiased life-saving information. To the degree that we take advertisers, there is potential for conflict. While we are trying not to let advertisers bias our data, we believe our credibility is highest if we had no advertisers. At this time, to cover costs, we still have advertisers and acknowledge that it does compromise our credibility. We still believe that we are providing you the best information, but we hope to get to the point when we can be completely advertiser free. 

So, who should I listen to when it comes to health and the environment?

You shouldn’t underestimate how biased most sources are. You need to find sources that have no financial incentive to distort the information. The ideal person would be your mom or dad if they had expertise in health and the environment. You need sources that are on your side and only looking after your best interests. 

So it's the big industries that are at fault in providing misinformation, unhealthy products, environmental damage, and resource depletion?

Misinformation is the result of companies wanting to prevent you from getting accurate information that might cause you to stop buying their products. However, industries are not the only culprit. Remember, companies are just a bunch of employees who report to the chief operating officer who reports to a chief executive officer who reports to a board of directors who try to satisfy the investment community, which consists of funds from peoples IRA’s, 401k’s and other investments. As long as the public cares about investment returns more than how a company treats people’s health and the planet, we will keep having companies trying to make money at any cost, including the survival of the earth and our health.

Why do I need to join the membership club? I already know how to be healthy?

It’s more than just knowing information; if you are still doing the thing that is bad for your health, then there is a good chance that you don’t fully understand how much and how fast you are negatively affected by the bad habit. Many people don’t recognize the time frame of when their unhealthy lifestyle habits will impact them. People have been brainwashed by a lifetime of commercials, convincing you that unhealthy habits aren’t that big a deal. It’s the goal of the big industries to convince you that their products aren’t harmful to you as long as they are used in moderation.

I’m sure everything will be fine, someone else will take care of me or fix me if I get sick?

Unfortunately, this is not true. Your best chance for a long healthy life is to maintain your health. Waiting to get sick and then thinking that there are lots of great cures is not accurate. Getting sick is painful, expensive, time-consuming, interferes with your life, interfering with friends and family, and prevents you from working and living your healthy life. The only rational solution is to stay healthy and prevent disease. This might be your goal, but it is in direct conflict with the goals of corporate America, which want to sell you more of what they are selling. You being truly informed is interfering with their purpose of selling more of their food, medicine, chemical, GMO, or other products. They need you to stay uninformed, confused, and loyal to them, to keep their sales up. 

ninth sales page image

What impact can I possibly have? Why should I gather accurate information on health and the environment?

You can change the world. If you take your new information and tell one person a day the truth, then at the end of one year, 365 people will know the truth. If each of those people tells one person a day, then at the end of year two, the 365 people will have told 365 people. Now 133,225 will know. If each of those people tells one person a day, then 48,627,125 people will know at the end of year three. If each of them tells one person a day, then at the end of year 4, seventeen billion people will know. Since there are only 8 billion people on the planet, everyone will see this information in just a few years or less.

What's the rush? I’m very busy and don’t have time to change my lifestyle. Why should I change when I like my life the way it is?

You can do whatever you want, but there are consequences to your choices. No one is making you stop smoking. You can smoke as much as you want, but you should know the truth about exactly what the health impacts are from long term smoking. Again, before making decisions that could be life or death decisions, get all the accurate information, not the data that companies want you to have. You must hear the truth about what impacts your health. You also want to know what is happening to our planet, our food system, our oceans, our soil, our biodiversity, our wildlife, our insects, our freshwater supply, and more. However, how are you going to get this information when the media and politicians and the scientific community are financially influenced to keep you misinformed. If you were informed, you might take action, change habits, vote differently, think differently, act differently. Big industries want you to keep buying their products and not help you learn the truth. They also don’t want you to realize how urgent some of these issues are. If they can convince you that everything will be fine for another 25 years, then most people won’t take action. The problem is some of these issues need to be addressed now not in 25 years.

A lot of rich, smart, famous, good looking, well-credentialed people seem to be doing just fine, and they aren’t focused on a healthy diet and lifestyle, why should I?

The statistics are staggering and getting worse. While a small percentage of smokers might do okay, in the long run, most do poorly. This is the same for poor diet and lifestyle. There might be a 106-year-old with bad habits, but for the most part, a healthy lifestyle provides much more high-quality pain-free years to your life. Don’t be fooled into thinking otherwise. Learn now what to do to maintain your health, and learn it from people who have no plan to mislead you or sell you something.

Don’t you believe in everything in moderation?

Not when it comes to things that are mathematically and scientifically proven to shorten your life and make your remaining years less healthy and more problematic. There is no place for moderation when it comes to proven health destroyers. There is no need for moderation when it comes to tobacco, heroin, cocaine, drunk driving, and other hazardous habits. People who say everything in moderation want you to buy their dangerous products and are often trying to manipulate you with language to shame and guilt and persuade you. There is no such thing as moderation with dangerous or life-threatening habits and foods. If there were, we wouldn’t have an adult population with nearly 40% obesity and a third with Diabetes or Pre-Diabetes.

What is so special about The Real Truth About Health Conference speakers?

We searched the world for unbiased experts who not only studied their subject matter for very long periods but also had no financial agenda. These are people who like you are truth seekers and just wanted to learn and share the truth about health and the environment. We looked at thousands of people before inviting these speakers to be part of our conference.

tenth sales page image

Maybe you're making this out to be a bigger deal then it is. My parents never worried about this. Why should I be concerned about health, my parents' generation wasn’t.

Right now, a young man or woman who wants to start a family has to consider things their parents never had to. Autism rates have shot up from 1 in 10,000 to 1 in 36 during the past 60 years. There also has been a 50% decrease in sperm count in the last 50 years, dramatic increases in childhood obesity, asthma, attention deficit disorder, and allergies. 54% of children have some developmental disorder compared with 12% just 40 or fewer years ago. 

I am concerned about the health of my organs like my thyroid, kidneys, lungs, liver, heart, pancreas, adrenals, as well as my bone density and skin. How will this help me?

Everyone is concerned about their internal organs, bone density, and skin. The best way to take care of them is to be proactive and focus on prevention. You must learn the foods, nutritional supplements, and lifestyle choices that support the optimal functioning of these organs. If you wait until they aren’t functioning well, then you are forced to use medicines that might not be effective and will often have side effects. Being proactive by learning what keeps your organs healthy is everything. 

I don’t care much about topics like climate change, water shortages, genetically modified foods, low sperm counts, bees and pollinators dying out, wireless radiation, dangers of 5G wireless. They don’t affect me, right?

Wrong, anyone who cares about health, money, and understanding the future must fully understand exactly what are the facts about each of these issues and many others. If you don’t get educated by unbiased sources, you might miss the trends, invest incorrectly, mistreat your body, and put your health at risk. Stop getting taught by tv commercials, tv news, magazines, medical websites, and science that is paid for by advertisers. 

Okay, sounds good, but now is not the time for me. I am busy with other stuff.

It has never been more urgent to understand what is happening in the world of health and the environment. It is flat out reckless, dangerous, and unfair to yourself to not get immediately informed on this life-saving information. Stop waiting; we have no time to waste when it comes to protecting your health and the environment. Learn about what you need to do to maintain your health now. Don’t wait until you are sick. 

eleventh sales page image

It still seems like there is nothing I can do to stop my genes from doing what they do, right?

No, all the latest science says your lifestyle choices, not your genes are the main factor in your health. Also, some decisions cause irreversible damage. If this was the year 1920, and you were uninformed about the health risks of tobacco, you might have contributed to your premature death. Now in 2020, not knowing about the latest information in health and the environment might dramatically contribute to health problems or premature death.

What if I don’t like the membership club?

You can cancel at any time, and we will stop charging the $7 a month. We think this membership is worth $500 a month or more, but we want to reach a broad audience, so we made it affordable. 

I am still not sure if it's a good use of my $7 a month.

Even if you don’t want to spend the money for you, do it to support us so we can continue educating millions of people around the world. We would be very grateful for your support.

Are there any other important reasons to learn this information and join the membership club?

Yes, we are being threatened by many severe health and environmental issues. We pray that everyone will immediately get educated on these issues and start rapidly spreading the word so we can change the future trajectory of these issues. We need everyone involved to solve these challenges.

What are the specific health and environmental issues you are concerned about that make you feel so strongly that everyone learns the information offered in the membership club?

Health Issues

Environmental Issues

  • shutterstock_98702825

    18 of the 19 warmest years all have occurred since 2001, with the exception of 1998.

    The (piping hot) numbers are in: 2018 was the fourth hottest year on record, according to two independent reports released today (Feb. 6) by NASA and the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
    Last year was so hot that global land- and ocean-surface temperatures were 1.42 degrees Fahrenheit (0.79 degrees Celsius) above the 20th-century average, NOAA reported. Since 1880, when record-keeping began, only three years — 2016 (the highest, in part because of El Niño), 2015 and 2017 — were hotter.
    "The key message is that the planet is warming," Gavin Schmidt, the director of NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York City, told reporters at a news conference. "And our understanding of why those trends are occurring is also very robust. It's because of the greenhouse gases that we['ve] put into the atmosphere over the last 100 years." [6 Unexpected Effects of Climate Change]
    The trend isn't a new one. Nine of the 10 warmest winters have happened since 2005, and five of the warmest years on record happened within the last five years, or from 2014 to 2018.

    Link to Article


  • shutterstock_403341514

    UN Report: Nature’s Dangerous Decline ‘Unprecedented’; Species Extinction Rates ‘Accelerating’

    Most comprehensive assessment of its kind;
    1,000,000 species threatened with extinction
    Nature is declining globally at rates unprecedented in human history – and the rate of species extinctions is accelerating, with grave impacts on people around the world now likely, warns a landmark new report from the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), “

    Link to Article

    Source United Nations Report

  • shutterstock_1139603048

    Ocean acidity has increased by 30% since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution. This increase is 100 times faster than any change in acidity experienced by marine organisms for at least the last 20 million years. Ocean acidification may threaten plankton, which forms the base of the marine food chain; it is key to the survival of larger fish.

    Link to Article


  • shutterstock_88122265

    Global Fish Stocks Depleted to 'Alarming' Levels

    If we keep pulling fish out of our waterways at this rate, we're going to run out of fish. The Guardian has revealed that due to vast overfishing, nearly 90 percent of global fish stocks are either fully fished or overfished, based on a new analysis from the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).

    Link to Article

    Source Ecowatch

  • shutterstock_75587278

    Soil that is able to generate viable crops is rapidly on the decline, according to senior UN official Helena Semedo. Half of the topsoil on the planet has been lost in the last 150 years, and it can take decades, if not centuries, to regenerate. Numbers suggest only 60 years of viable topsoil left at the current rate of degradation and increased usage.

    Link to Article


  • shutterstock_153055349

    Many of the water systems that keep ecosystems thriving and feed a growing human population have become stressed. Rivers, lakes and aquifers are drying up or becoming too polluted to use. More than half the world’s wetlands have disappeared. Agriculture consumes more water than any other source and wastes much of that through inefficiencies. Climate change is altering patterns of weather and water around the world, causing shortages and droughts in some areas and floods in others.

    At the current consumption rate, this situation will only get worse. By 2025, two-thirds of the world’s population may face water shortages. And ecosystems around the world will suffer even more.

    Link to Article


  • shutterstock_47311708

    The World Wildlife Fund’s 2018 Living Planet report demonstrates a global wildlife population loss of 60 percent between 1970 and 2014. The report, which tracks over 4,000 species of mammals, birds, fish, reptiles and amphibians, is published every two years. “Earth is losing biodiversity at a rate seen only during mass extinctions,” the report says.


    Link to Article


  • shutterstock_783912829

    Humanity has wiped out 60% of mammals, birds, fish and reptiles since 1970, leading the world’s foremost experts to warn that the annihilation of wildlife is now an emergency that threatens civilization.

    Link to Article

    Source The Guardian

  • shutterstock_736902898

    Plummeting insect numbers 'threaten collapse of nature

    The world’s insects are hurtling down the path to extinction, threatening a “catastrophic collapse of nature’s ecosystems”, according to the first global scientific review.
    More than 40% of insect species are declining and a third are endangered, the analysis found.

    Link to Article

    Source The Guardian

  • shutterstock_450675250

    If climate change is left unchecked, rising temperatures, extreme weather and land degradation could trigger a global food crisis, according to a report released by a United Nations panel.

    Link to Article

    Source NBC News

  • shutterstock_61970383

    More than 90 percent of crop varieties have disappeared from farmers’ fields; half of the breeds of many domestic animals have been lost. In fisheries, all the world’s 17 main fishing grounds are now being fished at or above their sustainable limits, with many fish populations effectively becoming extinct. Loss of forest cover, coastal wetlands, other ‘wild’ uncultivated areas, and the destruction of the aquatic environment exacerbate the genetic erosion of agrobiodiversity.

    Link to Article


  • shutterstock_521137657

    Livestock causes far more climate damage than first thought, says report

    Climate change emissions from meat production are far higher than currently estimated, according to a controversial new study that will fuel the debate on whether people should eat fewer animal products to help the environment.

    In a paper published by a respected US thinktank, the Worldwatch Institute, two World Bank environmental advisers claim that instead of 18 per cent of global emissions being caused by meat, the true figure is 51 per cent.

    Link to Article


  • shutterstock_330159362

    The first global assessment of pollinators ever has found that extinction pressures on species that facilitate crop production are threatening the world’s food supply, with hundreds of billions of dollars’ worth of food and agricultural production annually at stake.

    Link to Article


  • shutterstock_459591784

    Tropical coral reef coverage around the world has declined by 30 to 50 percent since the 1980s. Nearly 75 percent of the world’s reefs face threats from pollution, habitat destruction, overfishing and, increasingly, a changing climate that increases temperatures, sea level, and acidity in the oceans.

    Link to Article


  • shutterstock_13336588

    Forests around the world are under threat. The threats manifest themselves in the form of deforestation and forest degradation. The main cause of deforestation is agriculture (poorly planned infrastructure is emerging as a big threat too) and the main cause of forest degradation is illegal logging. We’re losing 18.7 million acres of forests annually, equivalent to 27 soccer fields every minute.

    Link to Article


  • shutterstock_88183501

    As global temperatures rise and the human population expands, more of the planet is vulnerable to desertification, the permanent degradation of land that was once arable.

    While land degradation has occurred throughout history, the pace has accelerated, reaching 30 to 35 times the historical rate, according to the United Nations.

    More than 75 percent of Earth's land area is already degraded, according to the European Commission's World Atlas of Desertification, and more than 90 percent could become degraded by 2050.

    Link to Article


  • shutterstock_1074673646

    Factory farms pollute the environment and our drinking water, ravage rural communities, and harm the welfare of animals—while increasing corporate control over our food.

    Link to Article

    Source Food and Water Watch

  • 2 – oppenlander

    WILD ANIMALS ARE being poached on a massive scale, with millions of individual animals of thousands of species worldwide killed or captured from their native habitats. Poaching poses a growing threat to elephants, rhinos, and other charismatic animals, as well as to smaller and more obscure creatures, like certain lizards and monkeys.

    Link to Article

    Source National Geographic

  • shutterstock_709918504

    When sea levels rise as rapidly as they have been, even a small increase can have devastating effects on coastal habitats farther inland, it can cause destructive erosion, wetland flooding, aquifer and agricultural soil contamination with salt, and lost habitat for fish, birds, and plants.

    Link to Article

    Source National Geographic

  • shutterstock_400411348
  • qtq80-CRe3Iu

    There are half as many African lions than there were 25 years ago.
    The iconic species has disappeared from 94 percent of its historic range

    Link to Article

    Source National Geographic

  • shutterstock_285980522

    Scientists have published more than 230 peer-reviewed studies looking at weather events around the world, from Hurricane Katrina to Russia’s 2010 heatwave. The result is mounting evidence that human activity is raising the risk of some types of extreme weather, especially those linked to heat.

    Carbon Brief’s analysis suggests 68% of all extreme weather events studied to date were made more likely or more severe by human-caused climate change.

    Link to Article


  • shutterstock_325872734

    Largest-Ever Gulf Dead Zone Reveals Stark Impacts of Industrial Agriculture
    A new survey of the dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico sounds alarm and points to extreme overuse of toxic chemicals from farms and CAFOs.

    Link to Article


  • shutterstock_431424346

    key facts about farmed fish.

    1 - The nutritional benefits of fish are greatly decreased when it’s farmed.
    2 - Tuna and salmon, for example, need to eat up to five pounds of fish for each pound of body weight. The result is that prey (fish like anchovies and herring) are being fished to the brink of extinction to feed the world’s fish farms. “We have caught all the big fish and now we are going after their food,” says the non-profit Oceana, which blames aquaculture’s voracious hunger for declines of whales, dolphins, seals, sea lions, tuna, bass, salmon, albatross, penguins, and other species.
    3 - Farmed fish are loaded with disease, and this spreads to wild fish populations.
    4 - Farmed fish are packed as tightly as coins in a purse, with twenty-seven adult trout, for example, typically scrunched into a bathtub-sized space. These unnatural conditions give rise to diseases and parasites, which often migrate off the farm and infect wild fish populations.
    5. Fish farms are rife with toxins, which also damage local ecosystems.
    6. Farmed fish are living in their own feces.
    7. Farmed fish are always trying to escape their unpleasant conditions, and who can blame them?
    8. As aquaculture makes fish production increasingly efficient, and fish become more widely available and less expensive, demand increases across the board.
    9. When the heavy environmental damage they cause is taken into account, fish farming operations often are found to generate more costs than revenues.

    Link to Article


  • shutterstock_50132416

    Risks and Concerns of Fracking

    Contamination of groundwater
    Methane pollution and its impact on climate change
    Air pollution impacts
    Exposure to toxic chemicals
    Blowouts due to gas explosion
    Waste disposal
    Large volume water use in water-deficient regions
    Fracking-induced earthquakes
    Workplace safety
    Infrastructure degradation
    Source of Fracking Contamination

    Link to Article


  • shutterstock_58976776

    75 percent of the world’s agricultural land goes into meat production

    Taking into account the amount of cropland devoted to feedstock, an estimated 75 percent of the world’s agricultural land goes into meat production. Meat production is also extremely water-intensive; producing one pound of meat requires between 5,000 and 20,000 liters of water, while producing one pound of wheat requires much less—between 500 and 4,000 liters.

    Link to Article

    Source Population Connection

  • 32 – Bauer

    Meat production requires a much higher amount of water than vegetables. IME state that to produce 1kg of meat requires between 5,000 and 20,000 litres of water whereas to produce 1kg of wheat requires between 500 and 4,000 litres of water.

    Link to Article

    Source The Guardian

  • BoardRoom

    While independent media outlets still exist (and there are a lot of them), the major outlets are almost all owned by just six conglomerates.

    Link to Article

    Source Webfx

  • sales-success

    Science and Money: Problems and Solutions

    Three systematic reviews of over 40 publications examining the relationship between sources of funding and research outcomes found that studies with industry funding were more likely to report results that favored the company’s products than studies with independent sources of funding.

    Link to Article

    Source US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health

  • shutterstock_290614952

    a monoculture is a single crop repeatedly grown on the same land.

    So why are these food sources at risk in addition to the harm being done to the environment? Well, to start, when one crop is planted repeatedly on the same land, certain nutrients become depleted from the soil due to the crop’s specific nutrient demand.

    In fact, the Earth’s soil is depleting at more than 13 percent the rate at which it can be replaced. which is scary because approximately 75 percent of the world’s crop varieties have been lost over the last 100 years as the result. This time frame corresponds roughly to the beginning of monoculture farming, which is dated back to 1901.

    Link to Article

    Source One Green Planet

  • shutterstock_241622962

    Mountaintop removal coal mining, often described as "strip mining on steroids," is an extremely destructive form of mining
    An area the size of Delaware has been flattened. Local coal field communities routinely face devastating floods and adverse health effects. Natural habitats in some our country's oldest forests are laid to waste.

    Link to Article

    Source Earthjustice

  • shutterstock_3762310

    Nuclear power comes with plenty of other risks that aren't so obvious: the hazards of uranium mining, the fouled water, and the radioactive waste.

    Link to Article


  • shutterstock_78100027

    How strong is the association between campaign spending and political success? For House seats, more than 90 percent of candidates who spend the most win. From 2000 through 2016, there was only one election cycle where that wasn't true: 2010. “In that election, 86 percent of the top spenders won,”

    Link to Article




Yes, or 516-921-1417.