The Man Who Asked Why 

Dr. Harold D. Foster 

Born in the old town of Tunstall England, Dr. Harold Foster was something of a prodigy. At just age 8, he was the only child in his division to pass the final examination. Why? Not only had he identified an erroneous question on his paper, he had rewritten it correctly and proceeded to answer the question. It would become a trademark of his work : rewriting the origin of issues to find the solution. 

After graduating with a Ph.D in Geography from London University he became a professor at the University of Victoria. For 41 years, Dr. Foster could be seen in front of his captivated students, passionately teaching medical geography and disaster planning. 

It was his catalytic thinking between medicine, geography and disasters that inspired his critically acclaimed hypotheses on conditions like Cancer, Multiple Sclerosis, Alzheimer’s & Parkinson’s disease, AIDS and more. 

Driven by his passion to alleviate the health infirmities around the world, Dr. Foster authored over 400 publications in his 45 years of scientific research. His exceptional knowledge in the fields of Geography and Medicine have combined to create solutions derived from the organic properties of the earth that assist the natural healing and function of the body. 

As a member of academic organizations like The New York Academy of Sciences, The Royal Geographic Society, The Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine and the International Schizophrenia Foundation his medical opinions are highly respected and scientifically sound. 

Dr. Foster peacefully passed away in 2009 but his work continues to impact the lives of thousands around the world.