Dr. David Williams: Clinician, Researcher, World Traveler, Entrepreneur, Author, and Publisher

Dr. Williams is known for his independence and down-to-earth personality. He also has a hard-earned reputation as one of the world’s leading authorities on natural healing. Often years ahead of the conventional medical establishment, he has traveled worldwide to locate, evaluate, formulate, and write about proven treatments and cures for practically every major health concern today. Until 1985, Dr. Williams operated the largest non-invasive alternative medical practice in central Texas. At that time, he sold his clinic and devoted his full time and energy to sharing his health discoveries from around the world through his newsletter Alternatives. Over 20 years later, Alternatives has become America’s longest-running newsletter devoted to alternative medicine. Dr. Williams writes for an audience of more than 300,000 subscribers about the most promising new therapies he’s uncovered. He provides clear guidelines for using those therapies safely, and reliable sources to obtain them.

Alternatives NewsletterDr. Williams likes to recall that, when he was a kid, people were close and family was important. Since he was raised in a small, hard-working farm community in the Texas panhandle, most people didn’t have a lot of the nicer things in life. But they did have something far more important than money; they had values. The people in his community relied on honesty and lived by the Golden Rule–they took care of each other. That’s the way Dr. Williams sees his research and writing for Alternatives. It’s the best way he knows to contribute his part of people “taking care of each other.”

Motivated by his philosophy that the body’s innate healing capabilities need to be supported with sound natural therapies, Dr. Williams travels the globe in search of highly effective herbal cures and treatments that have been used in remote parts of the world for centuries.

Top Health Breakthroughs 2002 Natto for clean arteries and clot-busting. A soybean-based traditional food of Japan containing an enzyme with the ability to prevent fibrous clot formation and dissolve fibrous blood clots that have already formed. 2000 Triphala aids vision. Uncovered ancient Ayurvedic recipe for triphala in India and helped formulate its use in new vision supplement. 1998 Aboriginal herbs rid arthritis pain. Uncovered four herbs used for centuries by Aborigine tribes in Australia for their ability to soothe joint pain. 1996 Grapefruit seed extract prevents disease. Among the first to warn about overuse of antibiotics leading to resistant strains of disease. Research on grapefruit seed extract proves to be powerful alternative solution. 1991 Shark cartilage helps reverse cancer. Traveled to Cuba to investigate this powerful supplement. Reported on its ability to reverse cancer growth without side effects on the CBS show “60 Minutes.” 1987 Aluminum linked to Alzheimers. Exposed this link and warned readers to avoid ingesting aluminum from cookware, deodorants and antacids. 1986 Aspirin a day causes stomach bleeding. Alerted readers to the dangerous side effects of frequent aspirin use, such as causing bleeding from the stomach’s membrane lining, and increasing the risk of macular degeneration and strokes. 1985 Low-fat diet protects the heart. Reported on the benefits of a low-fat diet long before the American Heart Association endorsed it. Experience Prior to 1985 Founded and directed the largest non-invasive medical facility, the Williams Chiropractic Clinic, in central Texas. Worked clinically with many college and professional athletes, including members of the Houston Oilers, San Antonio Spurs and the Houston Ballet.

Education

Doctor of Chiropractic and Bachelor of Science: Texas Chiropractic College Bachelor of Arts (Business Administration): Southwest Texas State University Research Projects: University of Houston, San Antonio College, University of Texas at San Antonio, San Jacinto College, and Rice University

Professional Affiliations International Preventative Health Care Foundation (Past President and Charter Member) Academy of Preventative Medicine (Active Member)

Interests Enjoys spending time with friends and family; riding, restoring, and collecting Harley Davidson motorcycles; flying and building ultra-light planes; eating spicy foods (the hotter, the better!); and traveling (has been to every continent except Antarctica and is looking for a good excuse to go).

For more information, please visit www.drdavidwilliams.com

by DrDavidWilliams.com
Dr. Williams enjoys spending time with friends and family; riding, restoring, and collecting Harley Davidson motorcycles; flying and building ultra-light planes; eating spicy foods (the hotter, the better!); and traveling (has been to every continent except Antarctica and is looking for a good excuse to go).