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Wallach’s Global Army
If mothers maintain nutrient stores in their bodies, the full complement of healthy cells will be given to their children, yielding healthy children. He has established solid evidence of his theory in the case of cystic fibrosis, muscular dystrophy and sickle cell anemia, to name a few.
As the truth comes to light, medicine will catch up to Wallach and, when it does, many theories that undergird reliance on drug therapies and that promise cures to all manner of diseases through manipulation of human genes will be discarded. Wallach is confident of that.
Wallach’s view is in many ways an affirmation of the basics. He affirms that the human body has a remarkable ability to heal and sustain itself if only properly nourished. Before the explosive growth of pharmacology after World War II, physicians regularly depended upon supplying patients substances derived from foods and the earth directly. Colloidal silver was used to treat infections. Niacin was used to treat elevated cholesterol levels. Fish oil was used to treat thrombotic vascular heart disease.
When antibiotics proved effective in actually killing harmful bacteria, such as streptococcus, big pharma arrived, creating an orthodoxy in conventional medicine that all manner of ills could be treated by the creation of synthetic substances that would interfere with disease progression. Despite over seven decades of effort, hundreds of billions of dollars expended, and billions more bequeathed by the federal government to bolster the effort, reliance on synthetic drugs has proven largely incapable of arresting anything beyond symptoms of disease. Moreover, the adverse side effects have been of epidemic proportions with over 100,000 people dying annually from adverse reactions to properly prescribed drugs.