Dr. Keith Scott-Mumby received a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MB ChB), which is the British equivalent of the American MD. He then departed into alternative healing interests and studied alternative psychology and nutrition. The big shift came for him with explorations into the phenomenon of food allergy. He opened one of the world's first alternative allergy clinics in Manchester, The Food and Environmental Allergy Clinic.
He was one of the founding members of a society in Britain then known as the Society for Clinical Ecology and in August 2005, he was appointed associate professor at the Capital University for Integrative Medicine in Washington DC.
Owner of one of the world's largest and best collection of rare records and high-quality radio shows from the 1930s, 40s, and 50s, John Tefteller, discussed the rich history of recorded entertainment in the United States. First hour guest, Dr. Keith Scott-Mumby talked about antibiotic resistant strains of bacteria, and cited a number of natural alternatives to combat them. ... More »Host: George Noory
Dr. Keith Scott-Mumby joined Rollye James for a discussion on food, allergies and diets. People can become addicted to foods that they are actually allergic to, such as wheat and dairy, he explained. ... More »Host: Rollye James
An expert in allergies and energy medicine, Dr. Keith Scott-Mumby shared his research and experimentation into various alternative treatment approaches. He made recommendations for people in various age groups. 20-30 years old: Use moderation in alcohol, caffeine and alcohol consumption as overuse can show up as damage in later years. 40-50's: Break the sedentary habit, reduce food portions and carbs.60+: Avoid foods that don't suit you and cause stress on your body.Among the healing machines he discussed was the SCENAR, a battery powered biofeedback device (he has successfully used the RTIM 197.4 model) and the Vega, a kind of electro-acupuncture that can diagnose allergies. The Vega is influenced by thoughts and consciousness, and thus can be a little tricky to use, he noted. ... More »Host: George Noory