Non-toxic Supplements and AIDS: A Practical Guide
From the Work of Dr Heinrich Kremer and Dr Roberto Giraldo

Here is a non-toxic supplement program with the aim of providing affordable, practical and effective anti-AIDS treatment. In the light of my attendance at a recent seminar in Frankfurt by Dr Kremer there follows an updated prevention regimen. The lack of free access to supplements for "HIV" positives is a violation of their right to implement informed choices and to take responsibility for their own health. The advice given here should not be followed without also consulting an independent medical professional.

Prevention regimen (if you are "asymptomatic"):

Recommended UK Sources As a minimum for affordability Alpha lipoic acid, Vitamin B1, Acetyl L Carnitine, Selenium and Flaxseed oil are recommended.

AIDS regimen:

For advice on an individual basis contact medical doctors Oliver Langkoph ( or Juliane Sacher (

Regimen for those in poor countries:

In this setting, mitochondria and the immune system are mostly spared the oxidative and inhibitory assaults from recreational and pharmaceutical drugs. The main immune stresses driving towards AIDS in poor countries are malnutrition, persistent (chronic) infections, persistently recurring infections. It is important to make a distinction between conditions which are indicative of deficiency in cellular immunity due to the combined oxidative, metabolic and immunological imbalances (see The Work of Dr Heinrich Kremer on AIDS) and conditions which are merely labelled as AIDS.

Here the focus is on a diet which can provide a variety of antioxidant nutrients in a readily assimilable state. Whey protien powder (10 to 40 grams per day dissoved in a cold drink) can substitute for NAC supplementation. Museli made with low fat curd and linseed oil taken once a day as a main meal can provide sufficient omega 6 and omega 3 fatty acids. There is a cheap South African source for a supplement called Moducare which modulates TH1 and TH2 immune responses (see (see The Work of Dr Heinrich Kremer on AIDS for more information on TH1 and TH2) but African potato is recommended as a substitute for those who cannot afford it.

The following are recommended:

  • nuts (especially Brazil nuts for selenium), almonds, raisins, dates
  • fresh organic fruit (at least 300-400g daily) and vegetables (150-200 g per day) especially broccoli, carrots and spinach. In addition eat legumes (100-150 g two times a week). It is important not to overcook vegetables and if possible have them raw.
  • Bifidogenic foods such as yogurt and kumis
  • Coconut oil is a good source of lauric and caprylic acids which minmise candida growth.
  • Eat whole cereals in any form.
  • Take advantage of naturally occuring sources of the following detoxifying herbs: Garlic, African desmodium, aloe (aloe vera), silymarin (milk thistle), horsetail, boldo leaf. Neem is strongly recommended because of its general anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-fungal properties.
  • Have plenty of liquids (water, fruit juices, vegetable broths).

    Try to avoid alcohol and fried foods and minimise sugar intake. The most essential thing, however, is to minimise lack of food.