"I am Dr. Wallach and I say you must take responsibility for your
health. Listen to the MDs, you're going to be in trouble. I'm 56 years
old and I've never gone to a doctor. I was delivered by a chiropractor
on an old Missouri farm. And whatever an MD says, I do the opposite!"
Dr. Joel Wallach, BS, DVM, ND.
Background: Agriculture degree, University of Missouri with a major
in animal husbandry and nutrition, minor in field crops and soils. He
got his Veterinary Degree, at University of Missouri in 1964 and went
on to a Post Doctoral Fellowship at Washington University. Nominated
for the "Nobel Prize" in 1991 for his groundbreaking work in nutrition.
Not bad for an old Missouri farm boy.
Key Professional thesis - that vitamins and minerals could effectively
and cheaply prevent and cure animal diseases.
Then Dr. Wallach received a research grant which gave him his dream.
He traveled the world to find out why zoo animals got sick and/or died
in captivity. He was looking for an early warning species for pollution.
He discovered that many diseases resulted from simple mineral deficiencies
or malabsorption syndromes!
The medical profession proved uninterested, despite Dr. Wallach's
numerous published articles. So Dr. Wallach went back to school and
became a Naturopathic Doctor (ND) in order to help people with his knowledge.
He is licensed in general family practice in Oregon, where he practiced
for 12 years. Now he travels widely educating people about health and
MEDICAL DOCTORS - BRIGHT, RICH, AND DROPPING LIKE FLIES!
Dr. Wallach says: "This profession tells you to follow their instructions
to stay healthy and live a long life. I wondered just how good a job
they did. So I went to the medical school library at the University
of California in San Diego and pulled out the Journal of the American
Medical Association. The average age of the 40 MD obituaries was 58
years old! Could this statistic possibly be accurate? Be nice to know
about this, wouldn't it? Our average life span is 75.5. You can gain
17 years of life simply by not going to medical school!"
TURKEYS STOPPED DYING OF THIS IN 1957!
Here's a good one. Dr S.C., 38 years old. Dead of a ruptured aneurysm.
Even a turkey wouldn't die of a ruptured aneurysm! It's easy to prevent.
We learned this in 1957. The government came out with its "wonder food
pellet" for turkeys. Guaranteed to grow them bigger, fatter, faster,
and deader than a door nail. The farmers had to pick them up in bushel
baskets, worst year ever for turkeys, they took them to the labs by
the truck load, opened them up, and guess what they found? They all
died of a ruptured aortic aneurysm, every last one, 50% of the entire
nation's flock of turkeys..
So they knew something was missing in the food. They analyzed the
liver, blood, and muscles. Copper deficiency! Your arteries' elastic
fibers need copper for tensile strength. The next year the copper content
in the feed was doubled, and the mortality rate from ruptured aortic
aneurysms dropped to 0%!"
With humans, the female misses a couple of periods and goes to the
OB/GYN and he/she gives her the traditional prenatal vitamins. The problem
is, the embryo forms in the first 90 days. If she doesn't get those
vitamins and minerals until the 60th or 90th day, the embryo is at serious
risk. As a result we have one out of 33 American babies born with some
physical, emotional or mental defect - heartbreaking and unnecessary.
In veterinary medicine, we prevent birth defects with preconception
nutrition. We can prevent 98% of all birth defects - including ones
which medical doctors think are genetic - by giving the female high-tech
vitamins and minerals every day for 90 days BEFORE the egg is fertilized.
OOPS! ANOTHER HIDDEN KILLER!
You've heard for 30 years that vegetable oil is healthier than saturated
fatty acids or animal fat. Right? "Give up red meat. Pull the skin off
the chicken before you eat it. Use vegetable oil."
But on October 7, 1992, the US Department of Agriculture announced
research showing that vegetable oil and margarine causes heart disease.
"It's not nice to fool Mother Nature." Remember that old margarine
commercial? "Margarine is better than butter." Right? "Butter is terrible
and full of cholesterol." Right?
March 3, 1993. Headline: "Stick Margarine Boosts Your Risk of Heart
Attack." In a study of 90,000 nurses, half ate butter and half ate margarine.
Result? Easting margarine gave a 70% higher risk of heart disease
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