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Peter Greenlaw- researcher author ”Why Diets are failing”

May 13, 2022

Peter Greenlaw- researcher author ”Why Diets are failing”
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Peter Greenlaw has been called the researcher of researchers. 
Peter is also sharing his discoveries through his co-authored books Why Diets are Failing Us, The TDOS Syndrome, TDOS Solutions, and Your Third Brain.
He has also conducted more than 1,500 le...


Peter Greenlaw has been called the researcher of researchers. 

Peter is also sharing his discoveries through his co-authored books Why Diets are Failing Us, The TDOS Syndrome, TDOS Solutions, and Your Third Brain.

He has also conducted more than 1,500 lectures around the world.  He was also a featured speaker at the Autism One conference in May 2014 and 2015, and is a frequent speaker at the CEO Club of NYC.

Peter was a pioneer in making the world aware of toxins through his discovery of The TDOS Syndrome (Toxicity, Deficiency of nutrition, being overweight and Stress) and the role TDOS may play in causing us to have less energy, less sleep, more stress and a major reason we are gaining weight.

 Peter is currently finishing up a new television series called The Greenlaw Report. The Greenlaw Report will feature some of the world’s leading health scientists, medical doctors and researchers including, Marco Ruggiero M.D., Dr. John Gray PhD Author of Men are from Mars Women are from Venus, Dr. Bill Andrews PhD in population genetics and molecular biology. 

Peter has been sharing his vision through multi-media sources as he has been a featured guest coast to coast.  He was a guest on the Fox 5 Washington DC morning show, a guest of Greg Reitman on his Los Angeles-based show “On the Green Carpet”, and he was featured on U-T San Diego TV hosted by Taylor Baldwin.  Additionally, he was the featured-on ABC Windy City Live’s New Year’s Resolution show in January 2015 and has appeared on other prominent news programs including Bay City Sunday in San Francisco, Fox Los Angeles, Washington D.C. and Portland and Kansas City.