What if everything you thought you knew about health and wellness was wrong?

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Peter Greenlaw is the voice for what you are NOT hearing from cutting edge health science research. Greenlaw is considered one of the leading activists alerting the world about the toxicity and deficiency of nutrition in food, and solutions to live a healthier longer life.


Greenlaw’s story starts with a routine physical. He learned that he had cardiovascular problems, high blood pressure, and was at very high risk for a heart attack.

His doctor told him that he has to lose 40 pounds, go on a vigorous exercise and diet program, and use Lipitor. If not, he warned, I would not see my kids graduate from high school. Despite having been diligent in following a very intense workout schedule and diet regimen for two months, he lost only eight pounds, and there was a minimal reduction in his risk for a heart attack.


At a dinner meeting, he was introduced to one of the world’s leading nutritional chemists. The chemist suggested a nutritional protocol and fast. The protocol comprised a daily consumption of a concoction that included 70 of the 72 nutrients, all the micro-minerals our bodies require and six ounces of protein.

Following the protocol, he lost over 30 pounds and went from a 42-inch waist to a 34-inch waist in a matter of weeks —a size he has maintained for the past eleven years. More importantly, Greenlaw continues to be free of the need for prescription drugs—a major triumph.


Greenlaw began an intense, 10-year research program to discover why the protocol worked. The former University of Colorado ski team member’s studies included reading over 500 books and more than 10,000 hours of research. What he uncovered is that we are ingesting a large amount of toxins and very few nutrients from the food we eat, the water we drink and the air we breathe There are over 10,000 chemicals being used in food production. Fewer than 300 have ever been tested for what they do to our bodies.

Unfortunately this problem will only get worse in the coming years. Due to the continued overuse of herbicides and pesticides, the essential nutrients and micro minerals that our bodies need are no longer readily available in our food. He branded the effects The TDOS Syndrome™ (toxicity deficiency of nutrition, overweight and stress).


Greenlaw has co-authored Why Diets are Failing Us, and his upcoming books The TDOS Syndrome™ (toxicity deficiency of nutrition, overweight and stress) and The TDOS Protocol™. He has given more than 1,000 lectures around the world. In December 2013, Greenlaw lectured at the CEO Club of NYC. It is “The World’s Oldest and Largest International Non-profit Business Association for CEOs and Entrepreneurs.” On May 24, 2014, Greenlaw will be a featured speaker at the annual AutismOne conference in Chicago.

Greenlaw’s TV show “The New Health Conversation”, on Rocky Mountain PBS (shown in four Rocky Mountain states), reveals a fresh new approach to talking about health and wellness, and diet and nutrition. His guests have included Dr. John Gray PhD, Dr. Bill Andrews PhD, Dr. Michael Colgan and Melanie Warner.

Recently he was a guest of Greg Reitman on his Los Angeles-based show “On the Green Carpet”, and he was featured on U-T San Diego TV hosted by Taylor Baldwin. Greenlaw also has appeared on The Experience Pros radio show syndicated nationally, ESPN’s The Blitz in Colorado Springs, and WDNC’s The Buzz in Durham-Raleigh. He will be featured in a documentary, produced and directed by award winning documentarian Doug Freel, on the health impact of toxicity in the world’s food, water and air supply.



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