ABOUT DR. LAWRENCE WILSON
Summary. Dr. Wilson has a Bachelors of Science degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He also has a medical degree (MD) from the Centro De Estudios Universitarios Xochicalco, located in Ensenada, Mexico, and passed the United States ECFMG exam for foreign medical graduates in July, 1978.
He began studying nutrition in 1970, and studied under many physicians and nutritionists. He was one of the main technical assistants to Dr. Paul Eck for 14 years, where he learned the basics of mineral balancing, now called nutritional balancing. It formed the jumping off point for development science, which he now teaches.
Financial disclosure. Dr. Wilson has no financial interest in Dr. EckÕs mineral testing laboratory (Analytical Research Labs) or Dr. EckÕs vitamin company, Endomet Labs. However, he does technical consulting and teaching for them.
Dr. Wilson does not keep any of the money he earns from consulting and teaching development science. All funds go to The Center For Development, Inc., a non-profit, tax-exempt foundation that offers financial assistance to children and young women who cannot afford the cost of a development program.
Medical school at the Centro De Estudios Universitarios Xochicalco, Mexico
(now located in Ensenada, Baja California). M.D. degree awarded August, 1979
(awarded through the Universidad Autonoma Del Estado
De Guerrero, Mexico).
1968-1972: Massachusetts Institute of Technology. B.S. degree awarded in June 1972.
1982-1996: Study, internship and research with Dr.
Paul C. Eck, mineral researcher and founder of Analytical Research
Laboratories, Phoenix, Arizona.
1972: Grant awarded by the Departments of Nutrition and Urban Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, for study of the relationship between urban diets and cancer incidence.
1997-present: Course author and instructor, University of Natural Medicine, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
1990-2000: Course author and instructor, Westbrook University, West Virginia, USA.
1982-present: Consultant for Analytical Research Laboratories, Phoenix, Arizona.
7/1980-1/1981: Medical writer and researcher, U.S. Public Health Service, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Cincinnati, Ohio.
1986, "Determination of Oxidation Types Based on Tissue Electrolyte Ratios". J Orthomol Med., Vol. 1, #2.
"A Comparison of General Medical Screening and Screening in the Work
Place". National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Cincinnati,
1980, "Common Denominators in Community Preceptorships: Implications for Primary Care, Family Medicine and Medical Education". Co-authored with Dr. Rhoda Halperin and Susan Kyle, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.
1979, "La Diarrea Aguda: Etiologias, Diagnostico, y la Experiencia Rural". Medical school thesis.
1972, "A Comparison of Two Global Planning Projects: The World Game and The Limits to Growth Project". Bachelor's thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
1981 to the present, numerous articles posted at www.drlwilson.com.
COURSES AND PRESENTATIONS
1997-present: Dr. Wilson wrote three courses that are offered by the Center For Development for training new Helpers. The course titles are Legal Guidelines For Unlicensed Practitioners, Sauna Therapy, and Nutritional Balancing And Hair Mineral Analysis. He also wrote a basic biochemistry course.
He has lectured widely on many
nutrition and health topics including: How Nutrition Affects Emotions and
Behavior, Toxic Metals, Nutrition and Energy, Biochemical Basis of Positive
Thinking, Behavior and Learning Disorders, Sauna Therapy, Tissue Mineral Analysis,
Nutritional Aspects of Arthritis, Allergies, Candida Albicans,
Developmental Disorders, and others.
2001: Four seminars on
Nutritional Balancing Science in Mexico City, Cuernavaca and Toluca, Mexico.
1998: Seminar on Nutritional Balancing Science, Bologna, Italy.
1984-1995: presented bi-annual seminars with Dr. Paul C. Eck for the Eck Institute of Applied Nutrition and Bioenergetics, Ltd. Themes included Adrenal Exhaustion, Oxidation Rates, Cardiovascular Disease, Arthritis, Copper Toxicity Syndrome, Endocrine Dysfunctions and Hair Mineral Analysis, and more.
1992: Two Seminars on Hair Mineral Analysis and Nutritional Balancing Science, Milan and Rome, Italy.
1991: Seminar on Nutrition, Tall Timber Ranch, Grants Pass, Oregon.
1982: Principles of Traditional and Holistic Medicine, course given at Professional Studies Institute, Tempe, Arizona.
1981-1985: Beginning and Advanced Nutrition, 24-week course at Southwest University of Natural Therapeutics, Tempe, Arizona.
1980: Wellness and Wholistic Health Development. Course on various aspects of Wellness, involving community physicians, nutritionists, etc. Cincinnati, Ohio.
Over 1500 articles are available free of charge at www.drlwilson.com. Click here to view all articles on this website.
1983-2017: Versions of some of these articles were published in the Arizona Network News and a few were published elsewhere.
1. Nutritional Balancing and Hair Mineral Analysis, (1991, 1998, 2005, 2010, 2014, 2016)
2. Sauna Therapy, (2003, 2006, 2011, 2014).
3. Legal Guidelines for Unlicensed Practitioners, (1995, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2011, 2014).
4. The Real Self (2003).
5. Healing Ourselves (60 articles about health and nutrition), (1995, 2000, 2002, 2005, 2007). (This book is no longer available)
6. co-author, Toxic Metals in Human Health and Disease, with Dr. Paul C. Eck, The Eck Institute of Applied Nutrition and Bioenergetics, Ltd., (1989).
7. Book Chapter: "Nutrition and Mental Health", published by the Maricopa County Mental Health Association, 1991.
8. Book Chapter: "Vitamin-Mineral Therapy", in the Holistic Help Handbook, 5th edition, by Stanley Kalson, The International Holistic Center, 1990.
9. Book Chapter: "The Case Against Medical Licensing", published in The Dangers of Socialized Medicine, edited by Jacob Hornberger, Future of Freedom Foundation,1994.
10. Editorial consultant: Nutrition
Chapter, Textbook on Health and Wellness,
McGraw Hill, 1992.
COMPACT DISC PROGRAMS
Adrenal Burnout Syndrome
Alcoholism and Nutrition
Anxiety and Panic Attacks
Energy And How To Restore It
How Nutrition Affects Emotions and Behavior
How to Determine Your Nutritional Needs
Meditation Exercise for Awareness & Healing
Nutritional Help for Allergies and Arthritis
How Nutrition Affects Children's Health
Pros and Cons of the 'Fit For Life' Diet
Responsible Weight Loss
Sauna Therapy, The Benefits of
Sauna Healing Sounds
The Truth About Hair Analysis, Parts I and II
The Real Self
Toxic Metals, Parts I and II.
SIX-TAPE SERIES ON MINERAL BALANCING SCIENCE (now on CD):
I. Introduction to Nutrition, Hair Analysis and Mineral Balancing
II. Biochemical Energy, Oxidation Rate, & Stages of Stress
III. Principles of Hair Analysis Interpretation
IV. Correction of the Oxidation Rate, and Use of Supplements
V. Practical Aspects of Mineral Balancing Programs
VI. Understanding Retracing and Healing Reactions
MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
National Health Federation
American Naturopathic Medical
Volunteer nutrition consultant and counselor - The Shanti
WomenÕs Clinic, Prescott, Arizona.
- 1983-1994: Speaker, Arizona State Speakers Bureau.
- 1981-1982: Member, Board of Directors, Cooperative Credit Union, Tempe, Arizona.
- 1980-1981: Member, Task Force on Nutrition of the Ohio Regional Health Planning Association, Cincinnati, Ohio.
- 1980-1981: Member, Cincinnati Council to Promote Health and Well Being, Cincinnati, Ohio.