How to make diseases disappear | Rangan Chatterjee | TEDxLiverpool

How to make diseases disappear | Rangan Chatterjee | TEDxLiverpool

Translator: Queenie Lee
Reviewer: Rhonda Jacobs I can make diseases disappear. To be more precise, I can make chronic diseases disappear. You see, chronic diseases
are the long-term conditions, like type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, depression or even dementia. There are 15 million people in England who have already been diagnosed
with a chronic condition. So that means looking out amongst you now, there are probably
about 250 people in here who have one of these
long-term conditions. Just one of these alone, type 2 diabetes, is costing the UK
20 billion pounds every single year, and I’m standing here before you saying I can make these diseases disappear. See, I’m not a magician, I’m what the Americans call an MD. That’s not a magical doctor, that’s a medical doctor
or what I call a mere doctor. You see, the reason
I can make diseases disappear is because diseases are just an illusion; diseases are not real. In fact, diseases don’t really exist, at least not in the way
that we think they do. So 15 years ago, I qualified for medical school,
and I was ready, I was full of enthusiasm,
full of passion, ready to go out and help people. But I always felt like
there was something missing. I started off as a specialist. I moved from being a specialist
to becoming a generalist, or a GP. And I always got this nagging sense that I was just managing disease
or simply suppressing people’s symptoms. And then, just five and a half years ago,
came the turning point for me. See, five and a half years ago,
my son nearly died. My wife and I,
we were on holiday in France with our little baby boy, and she called out to me,
said ‘He’s not moving’, so I rushed there, and he was lifeless. I thought he was choking, so I picked him up,
I tried to clear his airway. Nothing happened, and I froze. She called out to me and said, ‘Come on, we’ve got to get to hospital’. So we rushed there; we were worried because when we got there,
he still wasn’t moving. The doctors were worried because they didn’t know
what was happening. That night he had two lumbar punctures because they thought
he might have meningitis, and he stayed in
a foreign hospital for three days. What actually transpired was my son had a low level
of calcium in his blood that was caused
by a low level of vitamin D. My son nearly died
from a preventable vitamin deficiency and his father, a doctor,
knew nothing about it. You see, as a parent that is a harrowing experience
that never leaves you. But I was a doctor, I was his dad; and the guilt that stayed with me,
and is still here today, that changes you. So I started reading, I started reading
about this vitamin deficiency. And as I started reading I started to learn a lot of science – a lot of science that I did not learn
in medical school, a lot of science that I thought: ‘Hey, this makes lots of sense to me’. So I started applying this science. I started applying it,
first of all, with my son, and I saw the amazing benefits. So then I started applying it
with my patients, and do you know what happened? People started getting better, really better. You see, I learnt how to resolve
the root cause of their problems rather than simply
suppressing their symptoms. Just over a year ago, I had the opportunity to make
a series of documentaries for BBC One where I got to showcase
this style of medicine. I’m going to tell you
about one of the patients – a 35-year-old, Dotti, lovely, lovely lady, but she was struggling with her health, weight problems,
joint problems, sleep problems. See, despite Dotti’s best efforts, Dotti was unable to make
any sustainable changes. So I went into Dotti’s house, and in the first week
I did some blood tests, and I diagnosed her with type 2 diabetes. Six weeks later when I left Dotti’s house, she no longer had type 2 diabetes. You see, her disease had disappeared. So health exists on a continuum. Okay? At the top right we’ve got disease, and at the bottom left
we’ve got optimal health, and we are always moving
up and down that continuum. Take Christmas, New Year,
for example, right? We drink too much,
we eat too much, we stay up late; we probably start to move up that curve. But if we recalibrate
in January and February, we start to move back down it again. We get involved in medicine and give you a diagnosis
of a chronic disease … here, but things have been starting
to go wrong … back here. See, when I met Dotti,
she was up here, she had a disease. You see, you can think of it
a little bit like a fire that’s been burning
in Dotti’s body for years; it’s getting bigger till it’s finally raging out of control. At that point, I can say,
‘Hey Dotti, you have a disease’. And I told her that,
‘You do have a disease.’ But what caused it in the first place? The thing we have to understand is that acute disease and chronic disease
are two different things. Acute disease is something
we’re pretty good at as doctors, we’re good at this. It’s quite simple. Okay? You have something like a pneumonia, that’s a severe lung infection. So in your lung you have
the overgrowth of some bugs, typically a bacteria. We identify the bacteria,
we give you a treatment, typically an antibiotic,
and it kills the bacteria. The bacteria dies and hey, presto,
you no longer have your pneumonia. The problem is we apply
that same thinking to chronic disease and it simply doesn’t work, because chronic disease
doesn’t just happen. You don’t just wake up
with chronic disease one day and there are many different causes
of chronic disease. By the time we give you that diagnosis, things have been going wrong
for a long, long time. So when I met Dotti
and she had her ‘diagnosis’, her blood sugar was out of control, because that’s what people say, many people say that type 2 diabetes
is a blood sugar problem, but they’re missing the point. There is a problem
with blood sugar in type 2 diabetes, but type 2 diabetes
is not a blood sugar problem. The blood sugar is the symptom,
it’s not the cause! If we only treat symptoms
we’ll never get rid of the disease. So when I met Dotti, I said, ‘Dotti, you’ve got a problem
with your blood sugar. Dotti, for the last few years your body has become
more and more intolerant to certain foods. At the moment, Dotti, your body does not tolerate refined or processed carbs
or sugar at all. So you’ve got to cut them out’. So what does that do? Well, it stops putting fuel
on Dotti’s raging fire. But then we’ve got to work out
what started the fire in the first place? And what was the fuel
that caused it to burn for so long? In most cases of type 2 diabetes, this is something
called insulin resistance. Now insulin is a very important hormone, and one of its key functions is to keep your blood sugar
tightly controlled in your body. So, let’s say you’re at the bottom left
in optimal health, like all of us in here, and you have a breakfast
of say, a sugary bowl of cereal. What happens is your blood sugar goes up, but your body releases
a little bit of insulin, and it comes back down to normal. As you move up that curve, you are becoming more
and more insulin resistant; that means you need
more and more insulin to do the same job. And for all those years
before you get anywhere near a diagnosis, that raised level of insulin
is causing you a lot of problems. You could think of it
a little bit like alcohol. The very first time you have a drink, what happens? Say, you have a glass of wine,
one or two sips, maybe half a glass; you feel tipsy; you feel a little bit drunk. And as you become a more seasoned
and accustomed drinker, you need more and more alcohol
to have the same effect; so that’s what’s going on with insulin. You need more and more insulin
to have the same effect, but that insulin itself is problematic. And when the insulin can no longer
keep your sugar under control, at that point we say,
‘Oh, you’ve got a disease’; at that point, you have type 2 diabetes. So what causes this insulin resistance that then causes type 2 diabetes? Well, there are many different things. It could be your diet. It could be that your diet
for the last ten years has been full of processed junk food. That could be a cause. Or there’s something else. What if it’s the fact that you
are chronically stressed? Work stress, emotional stress, perceived stress. For me, just seeing
my email inbox sometimes, that’s a stress. See, that raises
levels of cortisol in your body, and cortisol, when it’s up,
raises your sugar which causes insulin resistance. What if it’s something else? What if it’s the fact
you have been sleep deprived because you are a shift worker? See, in some people,
one night’s sleep deprivation can give you as much insulin resistance
as six months on a junk food diet. What if it’s the fact that as you’re
getting older, you’re losing muscle mass? That causes insulin resistance. Or what if it’s something to do with
something we call your microbiome? See, inside our body,
we have trillions of bugs living there, and the balance of those bugs
is critical for our overall health. If you have a disruption to that balance, you can get the overgrowth
of certain bacteria, and on their jacket, these bacteria have something
called lipopolysaccharide, or LPS. And what that does
is when it gets in your blood, it causes insulin resistance. You see, the problem is there are many different causes
of insulin resistance, and if we don’t address the causes
for that particular patient, we will never get rid of the disease. That’s what I did with Dotti, and that’s why six weeks after I met her, she no longer had a disease. What about something else
completely unrelated? What about depression? You see, one in five people are going to get depression
at some point in their lives. So what is depression? There’s no blood test for depression; there’s no scan for depression. Depression is simply the name
that we give to a collection of symptoms. But what causes the depression? Well, we know that
many cases of depression are associated with something
called inflammation. Now this isn’t the same inflammation
as if you trip up, you sprain your ankle, it gets red, it gets swollen,
it gets hot for a few days. But this is entirely different.
This is chronic inflammation. This happens when your body thinks
it is under constant attack. Now, King’s College London three weeks ago
published a study on this. This is current up-to-date stuff. Patients with depression, if they had high levels
of inflammation in their body, they did not respond
to antidepressants. Take a step back,
it sort of makes sense, doesn’t it? Because an antidepressant is designed to raise the level
of a chemical in your brain. But what if the cause of your depression is actually coming from your body
and the inflammation that’s in your body? Surely, it makes more sense
to address that. See, what causes this inflammation? Well, your diet plays a part in that, your stress levels play a part. Chronic sleep deprivation. Physical inactivity. A lack of exposure to the sun
which gives you vitamin D. Disruptions in the gut microbiome. There are many different things. If we do not address the cause,
we’ll never get rid of diseases. Diseases are the symptom. What about something else? What about Alzheimer’s disease? See? We’re all living longer, aren’t we? But we’re scared. We’re scared that as we live longer
and as we live older we may have to live with the devastating
consequences of things like Alzheimer’s. I’m sure many of us in here
have experienced that ourselves, with our family. It’s a heart-wrenching condition, and we, the doctors,
we’re scrambling around, and we’re trying to find the cure. There’s a professor in San Francisco,
Professor Bredesen, who was actually demonstrating
that you can cure dementia. He’s shown that you can
reverse cognitive decline in his patients with dementia; and how is he doing that? Well, one thing he’s not doing
is he is not saying, ‘Well, all these patients
in my office have got dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, what is the cure?’ No, he’s going the other way; he’s saying, with all these patients,
let’s say ten patients in my office, he’s trying to work out what have been the triggers
for the last 20 years that have ended up with this patient
expressing themselves as dementia? And he identifies them, and he corrects every single one of them. And when he does that,
guess what’s happening? They are reversing their symptoms, they are no longer being classified
as having dementia. It’s a brand new way
of looking at disease. It’s looking at what is causing
this disease in this individual patient. It’s totally different. So what factors is he looking at? Well, he’s looking at their diet; he’s looking at their stress levels, their sleep quality, their physical activity levels, their exposure
to environmental toxins, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. Is this starting to sound
a little bit familiar? See, what if all these seemingly
separate diseases actually at their core
share common root causes? See, we need to update our thinking: Our genetics are not our destiny. Our genes load the gun, but it’s our environment
that pulls the trigger. All these factors here, these are the factors
that basically interact with your genes and determine how your genes
are expressed, whether you are in optimal health,
whether you have a disease, or whether you are somewhere in between. Collectively, as a society, I genuinely believe
we can do better and we have to do better. Type 2 diabetes alone
is costing us 20 billion pounds a year. Just a 1% saving there
would be 200 million pounds. I think we can do way better than 1%. In the United States today, the new generation of kids that are born
have a lower life expectancy than the generation before them. Is this evolution or is this devolution? You see, we need to evolve
the way that we practice medicine. We need the medicine of aetiology,
not symptomatology – the medicine that asks why,
not only tells you what. This is personalized medicine,
this is precision medicine, this is progressive medicine. And actually, if you take a step back, this is preventative medicine
in its purest form. We have got to stop applying 20th century thinking
to 21st century problems. We need to take back control,
empower ourselves, and re-educate ourselves
away from our fear of disease and right back down the curve
to optimal health. Because if we do, together, I genuinely believe that we can
change not only our health, not only the health of our communities, but maybe, just maybe we could start to change the health
of the entire world. Thank you. (Cheers) (Applause)

Daniel Yohans

100 thoughts on “How to make diseases disappear | Rangan Chatterjee | TEDxLiverpool

  1. Paul Anthony says:

    This video gives me hope.
    I am guilty of everything here –

    * Lack of Sleep ( I stay up most nights till 4am , Wake up whenever, Always tired )
    * Ate processed foods for 30 years ( Cookies, Bread, Anything I wanted )
    * Always stayed indoors to avoid the sun
    * Stressed like a Mofo ( always finding a way to stress )

    Then suddenly in my 30's BOOM, Celiac Disease. No more gluten, no more wheat, rye, barley.
    Literally I was fine then I wasn't.

    Doctors say Celiac Disease cant be reversed, yet I feel like this Doctor says It might just be possible if I give my body the right conditions.

  2. Violet Green says:

    Turn up the volume please

  3. Andrew Clancy says:

    "Diseases are not real. In fact, diseases don't really exist"
    Phew. What a relief. Thanks for that.
    12 seconds later…
    "Acute disease and chronic disease are two different things"
    Nah. I'm sticking with your initial claim. It makes things so much simpler, don't you think?

  4. Robdrums Studios says:

    In the UK where the weather is quite cloudy should have mandatory Hydroxy-25 Vitamin D tests done yearly.

  5. j file says:

    THANK YOU!!!! FINALLY a dr. that gets what those of us in the natural, quantum, epigenetic and nutritional worlds have known all along!!!!!!!!!! YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT, WHAT YOU FEEL, AND HOW YOU LIVE!

  6. Diamond cover says:

    I started the keto diet last week. Five days ago my blood pressure was 178/103. I have watched it fall every day along with weight loss. This morning my blood pressure was 154/94 . Diet has a huge part to play with healthy outcomes and disease reversals.

  7. Marcin Wojtaszek says:

    By the speech he only proves that medical schools are useless and merely teach the students how to suppress symptoms and not to heal. It says it all, if he did not know the importance of vitamins and minerals in the healing process after graduating a medical school.

  8. Joann Fortune says:

    does this work with Heart failure

  9. S Lucifernandez says:

    Insurance companies calling all the shots.

  10. azi solmaz says:

    can barely hear the audio

  11. Lelfia Khaleghi says:

    You are among the few we can listen to and you are not selling toxic drugs on behalf of Big Pharma… beautifully stated, thanks Doctor!

  12. anthony bronson says:

    Ok nit picking draging other folks expeirences will not make change but only real true factual inform results from the source not dragging everyone along the way but what still no clarafied answer…

  13. Joanne Davis says:

    Diabetes is easy to cure, just start intermittent fasting and stop sugar and carbs.

  14. Anita Roempke says:

    I soo much agree, the classic medical school has to change urgently, thank you πŸ™ for informating people!

  15. June Viarruel says:

    Excellent I NOT a doctor but i always believed you can starve a disease out of your body. Kudos to you sir.

  16. Erwin Karl says:

    It's not that mystical or an error. It's just business that started 100 years ago. Search for "Rockefeller medicine"

  17. carol luther says:

    Thank you Doctor!

  18. Elattar says:

    all dislikes from assholes pharmaceutical companies cunts.. good video

  19. Music Mind says:

    Dr Sebi should be acknowledged in ever science paper!. He was one of the greatest pioneers who knew this all along.

  20. pacifist575 says:

    Great information. Thankyou Dr Rangan. You are a true healer. God bless you and your family.

  21. Sid Smith says:

    Why would some people not like this talk. It is so true.

  22. Mike Becket says:

    Oh just eat a live frog whole…mmmmmgggoooddd. and you will be cured…or is it the frog will be cured and you die.
    We'll rather way it's interesting right!

  23. Johny Doe says:

    In Germany Doctors prescribe isolated camps in deep woods as a form of therapeutic healing.

  24. L.M. Green says:

    Yeah they probably knew all that in the 1900s or before then. ppl are always leaving intelligent ways and staying dumber/off course until someone finally comes along and recognizes it! I am saying this is nothing new.People get off course for years and then finally get back on the right track!! and its usually due to greed!

  25. Kristy Slicker says:

    Problem is that the doctors refuse to look for the underlying cause…

  26. Dorothy Carter says:

    09/11/19 This is refreshing to hear from a doctor. However, I think that smart medical people like this are no threat to Big Pharma because- It is ultimately the patient who must do the hard work to get well.
    Sometimes, I think that doctors get a bad rap because- When they tell patients to lose weight/change their diet/reduce stress/get plenty sleep/ exercise more- The typical patient complains bitterly that it is too hard to change the lifestyle & many who complain are not serious about making the necessary changes in the habits that are destroying their fragile health.
    Eventually, many ask for/accept medication as an early temporary bandaid over a soon to be gaping wound- Because it is easier to complain/blame the doctor than it is to take drastic action to slam the crisis before it becomes fatal.
    Hopefully, more people will decide to do what is needed. Then show results to the doctor. That will make him a believer in your sincerity to do better in trying to be healthy/live better/longer.
    Take a good look in the mirror. It is difficult to deceive yourself. Most people can look at you/listen to your message & determine, immediately- That you mean business or you don’t.
    I wish you Perseverance/Fortitude/Success in your struggle to improve your life & reverse the tide of your disease. It can be done. Are you doing it? The doctor, even a good updated one, cannot do that for you.
    Activity- I tried a diagnostic that consists of- divide your waist size by your height. I use inches. If the results are .5 or over- You have some work to do. Only you can do it. I know you can!

  27. fappybun xoxo says:

    I treated my bowl disorder and chronic depression just by following a hard core good diet and meditation… I was 37kg now I am 65kg 😁 … Damn his speech inspired me so much… I feel so connected to him.. I left all my medicine of 50mg capsules prescribed by the doctor. .. I put my whole faith on what he said πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯ Faith is to believe which you do not yet see πŸ‘€ and the reward of this faith is priceless… I took his words inside my body and my brain is always telling me to have faith repeating positive affirmations everyday..🀠

  28. Melissa Anderson says:

    The pharmaceutical industry (aka legal and government-supported drug dealers) will be terribly threatened by this common-sense and logic. This is the kind of doctor we all need. Get to the root of your health problem(s) – become a detective – and stop band-aiding with magic pills, everyone…….!! Kind regards, a retired pharmacist.

  29. Leonardo D'amico says:

    I have parkinsons disease Can U help me give me some advice please

  30. green fox says:

    the government's want us DEAD….too many people….

    so the alarm is NOT raised –
    BIG PHARMA KILLS us SLOWLY and makes us pay LOTS OF MONEY while the bastards do it….

    DOCTORS don't want CURES – it would put them out of a JOB….they 'fix' us up….temporarily….
    they are NOT HEALERS….
    they exploit us….they MAKE MONEY FROM our PAIN and SUFFERING….

    we need to realise we ARE FREQUENCY – WAVE-FORMS – VIBRATION….

    to 'SOUND' / PERFORM how it/we should – we must ALL RE-LEARN TO RETUNE OURSELVES….

  31. nick atanassov says:

    Just follow Wim Hof method. Simple ,but powerful . But needs self discipline.

  32. The Realist. No B.S., just truth. says:

    This isn't new. Its ancient knowledge, but we've forgotten. I am by nature a "Mechanical Troubleshooter". Someone who diagnoses mechanical troubles and fixes them. The concept of finding the root of the problem to completely eradicate the possibity of the symptoms to return. In other words, your transmission isn't bad because it ran out of fluid. It ran out of fluid because the preventative maintenance didn't occure. The low fluid and the broken transmission are symptoms of the root problem. I've always known to attack things at their root. What caused this? That did. What caused that? The other thing. What caused the other thing? And so on until one gets to the root cause. Fix ht root and this, that and the other thing won't happen.

  33. dhiraj ds says:

    East or West ayurveda herbs are best πŸ™‚
    Real healing medicine system

  34. Valentina Harrell-cardona says:

    Informative lecture, but very hard to hear. I rate it at a 3

  35. Lyra Nahoova says:

    What a wonderful, enthusiastic young doctor! Not a puppet for uncle pharma like most of the others! Wish there`d be more like him

  36. Ace bluenote says:

    Thus, mental health, and I am not referring to a muscle we call the brain which is just THAT, a muscle; but the thinking spiritual life principle. Man's [and I use "Man" specifically, or specie-aly] life principle is distinct from all other principles of living bodies which are strictly material. Man's intellect and will, the two non-material faculties, or powers, of his non-material life principle, also referred to as a soul, bathmic force, etc., must be fed the correct "food"…..for thought's sake. The new age subjectivistic relativism has played it's part in bringing on physical disorders then, hasn't it? Thus this fellow is correct to talk about a return to sound thinking. The issue here is that THAT has been thrown out. True Psychology was thrown out with the bath water….it is not taught. Relativism has cast off the availability of absolutes; that there IS Objective Truth. True Philosophy, of which Psychology is just one branch, has been trashed as "archaic" and "static". THE PROBLEM IS A SPIRITUAL ONE! Learn just what kind of a marvelous Thing we humans are!

  37. patricia griffin says:

    I hope other Osteopaths, MDs etc will be joining you in these revelations

  38. Good luck everyone says:

    Please come round to see me, I will treat you like family if you can treat me.

  39. Darina Yankey says:

    Yes, I am doing it. With various hemp supplements.

  40. Tanja LaPalm says:

    Ok how do you make HIV disappear

  41. Saging Sabah says:

    He moves too much its annoying

  42. Philip S Owen says:

    What a brilliant talk!!! Well done and thank you

  43. Daniel Adegbola says:

    Well Dr Sebi has been curing deseases many years now! Who cared to know… and he's the one that revealed all this methods

  44. Lis Engel says:

    Thank you gra great talk- totally inspiring – thank you for your clear focus and your passion for health

  45. DARRYL SMITH says:

    Audios Too Low.

  46. Tiffany Barbieri says:

    So proud of you!!! A doctor usually gets a God complex. You got an EPIPHANY. Most people think doctors are trained in healing. DOCTORS ARE TRAINED IN MEDICINE, not healing. I cured my sons PANDAS…incurable… you only have to heal the immune system. Organic living. Keto diet. No EMF at night. No chemicals especially vaccines. I cant inject alluminum, femeldahyde, mercury, ABORTED BABY tissues, polysorbate 20 & 80, and DNA of pigs, porcupines, cows and monkey (all ingredients listed on vaccine insert)

  47. macjc5 says:

    Volume to low

  48. Julian S says:

    Dr Chatterjee is honest as he admits what he was not taught in medical school. If you treat the symptoms you will never treat the disease, that is very true.

  49. abi Totty says:

    Ha, you sound like a Homeopath!! Perhaps you should add that string to your bow ")

  50. zarailly says:

    Yep thank you – those are "real" doctors

  51. Brick Mudge says:

    1.8k willful idiots and/or intellectually dishonest jerks gave this a πŸ‘Ž

  52. ANGEL Jain says:

    Audio very low
    Should check basic audio video parameters before loading it.

  53. Denise0x says:


  54. PoM MoM says:

    Is there a cure for STUBBORN ANGRY MAN disease… because his disease has caused me to be ill.

  55. PoM MoM says:

    I agree and appreciate this MD's approach to medicine HOWEVER he needs to lower his voice.
    One doesn't have to yell in order to get attention.

  56. Louis Carlos says:

    If all the Doctors had the same modus operandi,there would be less disease!! Gp's are trained to treat symptoms and push the Big Pharma poison pills on to patients…they are not trained to treat the root cause. Big Pharma πŸ’€πŸ’€MafiaπŸ‘ŽπŸ‘Ž Today a good nutritionist is a better Doctor than a Gp!! For sure!! Unfortunatelly!!πŸ˜•

  57. Nawal Allan says:

    This man is Speaking the truthπŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»

  58. Anne Murray says:


  59. Sound City says:

    Doctors are the suppliers of the biggest drug cartel in human history – the pharmaceutical industry. And the last thing the industry wants is for you to stop needing their pills. So the last thing the doctors treat is what will make you stop needing the pills. It’s simple logic.

  60. Michelle L. Eitelbach says:

    Truth! Awesome Doctor!

  61. Paul Taft says:

    He keeps mentioning that this is a brand new way of thinking, but contrary, this is an ancient practice, only recently (in the past couple hundred years or so) forgotten. As western civilization is defined by more, quick, faster, better, etc., its medical diagnostics and pharmaceutical therapeutic advances are paradoxically designed to suppress healing. This obviously caring and empathetic doctor is (despite him declaring he is introducing something new), practicing medicine the way that ancient medicine has been working for 3-4 thousand documented years in eastern Asia. There, throughout its history, have been very few chronic diseases due to the way medicine is thought about and practiced. This is why I decided to become an eastern-practicing physician. I would never declare western practice does not have its place, but education and prevention is the only way to keep people well throughout their life.

  62. Kate Courshon says:

    Rangan, MORINGA will blow your mind

  63. Ratheesh K says:

    Dear Rangan, what you say is amazing, but your body language worries me as it shows a lot of stress in you and your eyes are weak, you have a perfect physical structure but you are loosing your hair, perhaps your brain is over active thinking about the route causes of the problems of others around you. what you do is great but please do not forget about yourself mate. We need people like you.

  64. Darren Darmanin says:

    Can it be done with type 1 after around 12 years ?

  65. Kumquat Way says:

    Handsome Doctor

  66. Bye Bye Belly says:

    So he incorporated naturopathy.

  67. Lydia Appelmans says:

    A lot of these doctors have already been killed πŸ™

  68. SA BAH says:

    I want him as my GP πŸ™

  69. mogbaba says:

    He, in one simple sentence, he just mentioned what several doctors and psychiatrists could not tell me in 5 years. He told me what is the reason for my depression and weight gain. I was working in shift order, one week from 5 o'clock in the morning to 17 in the afternoon and one week from 17 to 5 in the morning.

  70. VIC MEL says:


  71. AGTC says:

    Make melasma disapear. It's a visible condition and no one has ever cured it.

  72. Agilesh k says:

    Supressing only symptoms πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’― that's a great line indeed

  73. Yusuf Sagri says:

    Good job Doc. Dr. Shelton said "Remove the Toxins and your body is healthy." Eat only when hungry and Eat less. Prophet Muhammad said "eat one third, drink one third and keep the stomach empty one third".

  74. SGRG 18413 says:

    Man shoutout Dr. Sebi….

  75. زاوية Ψ²ΩŠΩ† says:

    huh all they considered about is the money literally every ted talk β€œ it coasts us ** billion dollars β€œ

  76. ex catholic says:

    Excellent talk. I reached the same conclusions after 20years of general practice and came to realise that only Big Pharma benefits from treating symptoms rather than going for the root cause. My point : medical schools and physicians are oriented to treat symptoms by the dark agenda of Big Pharma by producing conflict of interest in virtually every branch of medicine. The future of medicine is 1. No grains therefore no pain and no insulin resistance. 2. Identification of modern day vitamin deficiencies 3. Maintenance of gut microbiome. 4. Reducing vaccines to a virtual bare minimum… vaccine agenda driven by Big Pharma to keep us immunosuppressed on a perpetual basis. 5. Stop the laboratory creation and release of biological warfare that is done in line with Agenda 21/2030 for depopulation purposes. 6. Literally going back to the grass roots…by utilising naturally occurring phytochemicals for health and well being.

  77. MOOG Esee says:

    Great plan. Most GPS don’t look for the cause. The right food is so important too.

  78. Ana Castro says:

    Omg what? I have no idea what he’s talking about because the man is GODDARN GORGEOUS!

  79. Epic Goddess says:

    Dr. Sebi has been saying inflammation was the cause of disease for years

  80. Dizenio says:

    He is talking about alcalinic diet and New German Medicine basically.

  81. Zdenek Lesovsky says:

    Amazing. We need doctors like this. Not those drug dealers we have now.

  82. Preston Moore says:

    I just looked up, "Is there a cure for diabetes." Absolutely no site said yes. And here this man tells us what no doctor could ever tell us, that every disease is curable.

  83. dianabythebeach says:

    Would be blessed to find a doctor like him. health insurance would probably never cover one. Thankful for being able to research, learn, and apply my way to optimum health. Greatly appreciate Ted Talks!!!🌱

  84. Jacob Downs says:

    guys amazing all doctors need to think like he does

  85. sanjana gawali says:

    Dr. Berg

  86. slim shady says:

    genetic disorders such as tmau (fishy odor syndrome)has no cure

  87. Feroz Bhat says:

    He needs some protein shake

  88. Diane Patterson says:

    Awesome presentation. I was raised this way by a Chiropractor/herbalist/nutritionist Father. We were rarely sick even when we had the child hood diseases like measles, pertussis, mumps, chicken pox etc.

  89. DGC Castile says:

    Love love love this man!

  90. Mykel Robinson says:

    You said how to make diseases disappear…but you never explained how to make them disappear other than to look at your diet…I think you are a good motivator in the aspect that you know how to talk..but I know that your speech was a total scam to make money from book sales and University visits….Your speech would have been a little complete and not complex if you would have explained how the doctor from San Francisco cured people from dementia. You never explained how this doctor cures their disease…All we know from what you said about the doctors analyze is the patient needs to change their diet habits…. In conclusion I hope that you read this message and review your speech and realize that you never shared "How to make a DISEASES disappear"

  91. Jesse Jackson says:

    Knowledge is power learn to do anything pretty much.

  92. Aunt Monda's Crafts says:

    I been knowing this for years
    Dr only look at symptoms and not causes

  93. merncat75 says:

    3 years after this video was posted and doctors are still treating patients the exact same way.

  94. shakeel KHAN says:

    But you doctors until find the root cause patient is gone so it depends on doctor and patient both equally if you agree like

  95. Naz Khan says:

    Did anyone use to watch his programmes? I can remember watching one where he was in tears with a young mum who was absolutely adamant that there was something wrong with her, but it wasn't until he got involved and found out that she had some kind of dietary problem that doctors overlooked.. Dr's are overworked and understaff that it is easy to just give a pill and forget about it. I really don't understand why there are so many dislikes here.. the guy is a very well know Dr and highly regarded

  96. m. cox says:

    I'm a multimillionaire as of 2020, then I want you to work for my Family and I as our pvt Physician πŸ™‚

  97. M AstranΔ‘elo says:

    Good morning.

  98. assa simaga says:

    Dr Sebi would be happy 😊

  99. Chingy Changy says:

    Mr. Speaker…visit chiropractor for exercises for prevention of hunchback that you are developing.

    Thanks for great message!

  100. ema dayes says:

    Very true that πŸ˜†πŸ–’πŸ–’πŸ–’

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