Dr. Hulda Regehr Clark was born on October 18th, 1928 in Rosthern , Saskatchewan Canada.
She began her studies in biology at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada, where she was awarded the Bachelor of Arts in 1950, Magna Cum Laude. Dr. Clark was awarded a Master of Arts degree, with High Honors from the University of Saskatchewan. After two years of study at McGill University, Dr. Clark was awarded her Doctorate degree in physiology by the University of Minnesota in 1958. Dr. Clark studies throughout focused on biophysics and cell physiology.
Dr. Clark established a nutritional consulting practice in the late 1960’s as a complement to her university research at the University of Indiana. In 1974 when Federal research funds were eliminated, she began private nutritional consulting on a full time basis. She obtained a naturopathy degree at the Clayton College of Natural Health.
Dr. Clark focused on consulting and independent research in all aspects of human disease, especially cancer.
This research took her down many avenues; from the study of parasites, bacteria, viruses and fungus to heavy metals, solvents and lately radioactivity. She wanted to find out how the human body cells react to these invaders.
She came up with many solutions to rid our bodies of these invaders. Dr. Clark researched the use of herbs, essential oils, orthomolecular therapy and frequency therapy. She focused on the importance of dental health, as well as everyday awareness of environmental factors.
Through her discoveries and inventions such as the zapper and syncrometer Dr. Clark developed effective cancer protocols, which in many instances are able to stop metastasis within 24 hours. Read about her discoveries.