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Wallach’s Global Army
As more come to reap the benefits of Dr. Wallach’s nutritional formulations, even those who choose not to become a part of the Wallach army become outspoken converts to his philosophy and to his products. As the remaining chapters make clear, the positive effects on people’s lives exceed ordinary comfort and involve life changing experiences that are never forgotten.
But for individuals with health challenges, the movement from poor to optimal nutrition involves far reaching improvements to the functioning of every organ in the body, to the effectiveness of the immune system, to improvement in mental function, to increased energy levels, and to normal circulatory and digestive functions. For those who have long endured systemic complications, the changes are extraordinary, oftentimes moving them from a state of helplessness to a sense of physical well-being and individual empowerment.
Wallach’s criticisms of conventional medicine resonate well with those who have tried for years to overcome illness with drug regimes that tax their health, render them physically incapacitated and debilitated, or give them addictions to pain medication. For them, the road back to health is not an option, it is a necessity for survival.
Over time, the magnitude of Wallach’s discoveries will continue to elevate the condition of mankind. He is an early and profound critic of the latest medical craze, manipulating the human genome to rectify “genetic” diseases.
Wallach agrees that the genetic code can be affected by nutritional deficiencies, but he does not subscribe to the view that all manner of chronic disease is addressable and correctable by manipulating genes. Rather, he sees what ordinarily passes for inheritable disease to be the byproduct of nutritional deficiencies. Wallach believes that if each person receives the 90 essential nutrients most conditions said to be inheritable will reveal themselves not to be.