Dr. Johanna Budwig (1908 - 2003)

Cancer researcher, biochemist, physicist, blood specialist, pharmacologist,
and seven-time Nobel Prize nominee from Germany

Dr. Johanna Budwig (1908 – 2003)

Cancer researcher, biochemist, physicist, blood specialist, pharmacologist, and seven-time Nobel Prize nominee from Germany

A pioneer in nutrition, lipid researcher, and inventor Dr. Johanna Budwig

As a graduate in chemistry, a licensed pharmacologist, the recipient of a PhD in physics, a healer, an inventor, and an author, she made outstanding contributions to the study of fats and their effect on the body. She developed a method of paper chromatography, through which she was able to prove the existence of polyunsaturated fatty acids.

Dr. Johanna Budwig was convinced that many serious illnesses affecting modern society, such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, depression, and cancer, were caused impaired cellular respiration, due to modern eating habits and their reliance on industrially produced food.

The Dr. Johanna Budwig Quality Concept

Dr. Johanna Budwig developed a quality concept to ensure that energetic potential of flax seed oil would not be lost. And that was not all. She carried her quality concept beyond the production and storage of flax seed oil. This way the essential electron rich unsaturated fatty acids can form compounds with Sulphur containing proteins, for example from dairy products, reinforcing the energy potential contained in omega-3 fatty acids