EBTV presents host Evita Ochel and featured guest Dr. Larry Malerba, D.O. in a dialogue about the limitations and biases of conventional medicine and science on common health and healing areas.

Dr. Malerba is a physician, educator, and writer whose mission is to build bridges between holistic healing, conventional medicine, and spirituality. He is the author of 2 books, Green Medicine: Challenging the Assumptions of Conventional Health Care and his new book Metaphysics & Medicine: Restoring Freedom of Thought to the Art and Science of Healing, as well as countless articles on his own site, as well as on various popular media.

General topics covered in the video include:

  1. How to understand conventional medicine’s blind spots (1:48)

    • material causes versus energetic causes of disease
    • the “never well since” nature of disease
      • the iatrogenic nature of disease
  2. The role of emotions on the bio-energetic field, health, and disease. (8:12)

    • the amplification of emotional trauma through the years
    • the role of consciousness in healing on a root level
    • the importance of effective emotional/energetic release
  3. How medical “isms” influence the genetic inheritance of disease. (17:00)

    • genetic versus energetic inheritance
  4. How medical “isms” influence the germ theory. (23:08)

    • the consequences of waging war versus enacting effective solutions
    • the importance of focusing on the internal host, rather than external germ
  5. Practical advice regarding infections and antibiotic use. (27:51)

  6. How medical “isms” influence vaccine use. (31:28)

    • the questionable efficacy of vaccines
    • the questionable safety of vaccines
    • the importance of having choice with respect to vaccines
  7. How medical “isms” influence cancer treatment. (38:22)

  8. The importance of returning personal judgment, knowing what is right for us, back to ourselves. (44:28)

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Books by Dr. Larry Malerba, D.O.