Secret Matter of Health

What prevents us
from living a long healthy life?

THE CORE OF MY WORK​

You've come to the right place for answers to the following questions:

Why do we develop medications to treat symptoms of preventable diseases that shouldn't exist?

Why do most people struggle to maintain long-term physical and mental well-being?

What is the underlying source of the thoughts and motivations that we have?

LITERATURE

New Books

Now available:

The
Indoctrinated
Brain

Around the world, mental performance is declining, especially among young people, while depression rates are rising dramatically. One in forty people now suffers from Alzheimer’s, and the age of onset is falling rapidly….

Around the world, mental performance is declining, especially among young people, while depression rates are rising dramatically. One in forty people now suffers from Alzheimer’s, and the age of onset is falling rapidly. But the causes are not being eliminated. Can this be a coincidence? “The Indoctrinated Brain” presents a largely unknown, powerful neurobiological mechanism whose mostly unnoticed, but multiple disruptions underlie these catastrophic developments. In this book, Dr. Michael Nehls, a physician and internationally renowned molecular geneticist, lays out a staggering chain of evidence that suggests that behind these numerous negative influences lies a targeted, masterfully executed attack on our individuality, with the goal of depriving people of their ability to think for themselves. But it is not too late. By revealing these brain-damaging processes and describing individually implementable countermeasures, Nehls brings light and hope to this fateful chapter in human history. Nothing less than the question of whether our species will be able to preserve its humanity and creative power, or whether it will lose them irretrievably, will be decided in our time.

Press Releases &

Awards

For his groundbreaking findings on the development, prevention and therapy of Alzheimer's disease, PD. Dr. med. Michael Nehls was awarded the Hanse-Award for Molecular Psychiatry 2015 by the Clinic and Polyclinic for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy of the University Medical Center Rostock.​
In the same year, the discovery of a gene regulator essential for the development of the adaptive immune system, made during his post-doctoral work as a molecular geneticist, was honored as a "pillar of immunological research" by the renowned US professional association for immunology.