Our Free Health for All campaign is working towards the eradication of diseases using scientifically proven natural health approaches. Promoting Dr. Matthias Rath’s groundbreaking Cellular Medicine concept – that long-term deficiencies of vitamins, minerals and other essential micronutrients are the primary cause of chronic diseases – is central to this campaign.

Based on natural health research in the areas of nutritional and Cellular Medicine, it is already possible for cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes and other chronic diseases to be largely unknown in future generations. Currently, however, this research is being fought against by the multinational pharmaceutical industry, which sees it as a threat to its trillion-dollar a year business in patented chemical drugs.

Within the next generation we are aiming for chronic diseases to be reduced to a fraction of their current incidence. Our ultimate goal is for them to essentially be eradicated. Achieving this will involve reorienting the focus of national healthcare systems from intervention to prevention. This means averting and correcting the malfunctioning of the human body before diseases develop. Ensuring micronutrient-rich diets and preventing micronutrient deficiencies are crucial to accomplishing this.

Across all of our work towards Health for All, education plays a particularly vital role. We are actively engaged in promoting natural health education programs on several continents, including in schools. The picture at the top of this page shows a natural health education class taking place in a school in Uganda, Africa.

Over the coming decades, eradicating chronic diseases using scientifically proven natural health approaches will enable governments to save millions of lives and trillions of dollars in healthcare costs. We welcome inquiries from any government that is interested to work with us towards achieving these goals.