Updated: Nov 25, 2019
Carey A. Reams (1903-1985) was a man ahead of his time. Trained in mathematics, biophysics, and biochemistry he made many discoveries in the fields of human health, plant growth, energetics, animal health, and soil restoration. These findings were later codified in an overall view of life and energy known as Reams Biological Theory of Ionization (RBTI).
Reams never wavered with his teaching that the major factors working against perfect health were poor food quality, inadequate water, and negative mental disposition.
Starting in 1930, Carey Reams undertook a career in agriculture that soon had him comparing the growth, life, and death of plants to the same processes in animals and humans. Almost from the beginning he found that he could restore animals to high health levels by ensuring that they were given forage grown on mineral-rich soil. Although Reams' equation had started with a need for tests of all bodily fluids and excretions (blood, urine, saliva, perspiration, earwax, stool, lymph, hair, fingernails, skin scrapings, etc), Reams found much duplication and as the years passed was able to simplify the equation until a full analysis required only urine and saliva tests.
Bringing the body back into balance
Dr Reams developed this amazing system of bringing the body back into balance. RBTI first exposes the unique biochemical individuality of anyone, and then reveals the specific changes and alterations in diet and lifestyle practices necessary to bring on real health, wellness and longevity.
Humans live off the energy from the food they eat.
RBTI demonstrates that humans do not live off the food they eat, rather they live off the energy from that food. Rapid aging and disease are nothing more than a premature loss of mineral energy reserves. Anything in the diet and lifestyle that does not add to an individual’s mineral energy reserves, based on the RBTI urine and saliva analysis, would be classed as a useless fad.