Robert O. Young, MS, DSc, PhD

“Dr. Young may be on the threshold of a new biology, whose principle-if proven-could revolutionize the biology and medicine worlds,” according to Neil Solomon, MD, PhD Former Head of Research for John Hopkins University. Over the past two and a half decades, Robert O. Young has been widely recognized as one of the top research scientists in the world. Having a specialty in cellular nutrition, Dr. Young has devoted his life to researching the true causes of “disease,” subsequently developing “The New BiologyTM” to help people balance their life. In 1994, Dr. Young discovered the biological transformation of red blood cells into bacteria and bacteria to red blood cells. He has since documented several such transformations.

Dr. Young’s research has been published in several noted journals, including The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. He is the author of numerous articles and author and co-author of many books including: Herbal Nutritional Medications, Back to the House of Health, The pH Miracle, The pH Miracle for Diabetes, Back to the House of Health 2, The pH Miracle for Weight Loss, The pH Miracle: Revised and Updated, and One Sickness, One Disease, One Treatment. The pH Miracle series has sold more than 400,000 copies and has more than half-million copies in print as of April, 2009. The pH Miracle books have been translated into 17 languages and are gaining a widespread following internationally.

Aside from his work as an author, Dr. Young has been honored to speak at Central University for Nationalities – Beijing, China Women’s College – Beijing, All-China Women’s Federation – Beijing, Brigham Young University, Utah Valley State College, University of Minnesota, University of Hartford, Olin University, Sacred Heart University of Boston, Oxford University – U.K., Harvard University, the University of Vienna, and the University of Victoria.

In addition, Dr. Young has been honored with an invitation to sit on the Vegetarian and Fasting Committee for NASA’s earth and space missions. He also currently works with a team of research scientists at the University of Puerto Rico, as well as the Center of Diabetes in Puerto Rico, on a potential cure for Type I and Type II diabetes.

In 1993, Dr. Young received a MS in nutrition from the American College in Birmingham, Alabama. In 1995, he received his DSc with emphasis in chemistry and biology. In 1997, Dr. Young received a PhD from Clayton College of Natural Health. Continuing his studies and research, Dr. Young later received an additional doctorate degree in naturopathy (ND) from Clayton College (1999).

Dr. Young is a member of the American Society of Microbiologists, the American Naturopathic Association, an honorary member of the Connecticut Holistic Health Association, the Presidents Council at Brigham Young University, a consultant for InnerLight, Inc., and an advisor to Dean Lawrence Carter at the Martin Luther King Chapel at Morehouse College.

Dr. Young has been the keynote speaker at medical and health gatherings all over the world and appeared as a guest on many national radio and television shows. In 2002, he and his wife appeared on CBS’s The Early Show. Some of his most notable accomplishments include: developer of a new theoretical paradigm called the Mycozymian Theory; pioneer in the research of a biological process called Pleomorphism; and the discoverer of the etiology of diabetes, cancer, atherosclerosis, and many other diseases.