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Walter Julius Veith (1949—) is an author and speaker known for his work in nutrition, creationism[1] and other Christian topics. He studied zoology at the University of Stellenbosch and obtained his doctorate in zoology from the University of Cape Town in 1979. He was professor and chair of the Department of Zoology at the University of Western Cape, South Africa[2].

His research field is nutritional physiology and his research concentrates on the effect of modern animal husbandry on the incidence of disease transferral to man, as well as degenerative diseases caused by incorrect nutrition and particularly diseases such as osteoporosis, arthritis and cancer. He is also concerned about antibiotic-resistant bacteria, which are causing food poisoning epidemics around the world. He was honored with the Royal Society London Grant for (RDP) the Reconstruction and Development Program to establish a research climate in post-apartheid South Africa.

Formerly a strong proponent of the theory of evolution, Veith is now a firm believer in creationism and speaks internationally on this and other topics. He has undertaken extensive tours to Europe, Africa and North America, and has written a number of books on the above topics. He is the keynote speaker of Amazing Discoveries, a non-profit ministry based in British Columbia.



Walter Veith is known as Professor Walter Veith or Dr Walter Veith. However there are no refereed scientific publications. Or if they exist they are not somehow findable on the Internet. His lectures are always very biased and although having many scientific references often get far and not so logical conclusions.


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Walter Julius Veith (born 1949) is an author and speaker known for his work in nutrition, creationism and other Christian topics.


  • If you believe in science you must have a rather strong faith.
    • During a presentation on the topic of genes and creationism in Prague (28th October 2008)

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