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In 2013, Jason discovered Dr. Wallach. He followed Dr. Wallach’s nutritional recommendations. Within one month, he experienced significant improvements in his energy levels. Within five months, the wound on his leg which had been present since he was six years old fully healed. As time passed, he kept with the nutritional recommendations and as he did each of his symptoms began to disappear. He explains, “I am still amazed at the feeling of being able to move my body without pain. I can walk, run, play with my nieces and nephews and enjoy life without pain. Today I do yoga, lift weights and run, and I still have energy. I feel fantastic. I am a lean 185 pounds. I am about to turn 40, and I feel like a 20 year old. I am healthy and free. Dr. Wallach gave me back my life.”
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Ted Anderson. Ted had knee pain in his left knee and was considering arthroscopic surgery and possibly a knee replacement. He also suffered from acid reflux and an elevated triglyceride level (368). For the reflux, he was taking Prilosec every day. Dissatisfied with the medical advice he received, Ted turned to Dr. Wallach. He followed Dr. Wallach’s specific nutritional recommendations for each condition. After about two and a half months, his knee pain went away. Because every time he discontinued use of the Prilosec he experienced very uncomfortable acid reflux, he kept taking the Prilosec until Pharmacist Ben Fuchs told him of health complications that could arise and recommended he depend on the nutritional program he was on to achieve an elimination of the acid reflux. Ted then stopped using the Prilosec and, despite a fear of recurrence, has experienced no acid reflux since. After months on the Wallach protocol, Ted had blood work performed that revealed his triglyceride level to have returned to within the normal range at 164. In addition, he lost 35 pounds.
Valerie Nelson. Valerie’s husband has Type II diabetes. Valerie wanted her husband to follow Dr. Wallach’s nutritional recommendations for diabetes but it was not until he met with Dr. Wallach in person that he became willing to try it. By following those recommendations, her husband lost 60 pounds and no longer had a need for any of his medications except insulin which she says “we were able to almost eliminate.”
Jason Macomber. In 2007, Jason was diagnosed with several auto immune diseases. He was diagnosed with erythema nodosum, an inflammatory condition of the fatty part of the skin. He was diagnosed with crohn’s disease and with sarcoidosis. He would regurgitate after eating almost anything. He had a sensation that he was being smothered most of the day, having considerable difficulty breathing. His lips would turn blue and he would cough all day every day. He had difficulty sleeping and spent most nights shivering and sweating, unable to sleep because of the pain and fever. Jason put it this way: “I never really fell asleep. It was more like I passed out from exhaustion, only to be awakened by sweats and chills. I rested on a bed of towels. I would pass out, wake up ten minutes later drenched in my own sweat and shaking uncontrollably from cold. I would then throw off a layer of towels [from my] bed and begin again.” His ankles, knees, hips, elbows, and wrists were so inflamed that he could barely move them. He had a large wound on his leg that would not heal. “My doctors told me it was a brown recluse spider bite. My doctors were silly people,” he recalls. In June of 2006, he weighed 270 pounds but by January of 2007 he weighed 125 pounds. Jason is 6’ 3”.
Jason became incredibly frustrated as his attending physicians continued to experiment upon him, unable to determine what was wrong. He explains:
My doctors all wanted to dope me up on pain medication and mutilate me. Each one of them was intent on cutting off some body part, or some organ. They all insisted that these were simple procedures. The consensus was that I would be dead in 5 or 6 years, but only if I let them butcher me along the way. If they didn’t get to chop me up and poison me I had only a year of living hell to enjoy, then death. One doctor told me I would be dead in five years then he winked and smiled at me. I truly and deeply wanted to punch him in the face. I was too weak to do so. I asked him, “Is there anything I can do?” He said, “no.” I asked him, “why is this happening?” He said, “you are unlucky.” So my doctor smirked at me, sentenced me to death, had his nurses come and gawk at the wound on my leg, and sent me home. He invited me back for intravenous steroids, intravenous antibiotics, intravenous nutrition, and of course many many surgeries.