The Wallach RevolutionThe Citizens Committee for Better Medicine is proud to present “The Wallach Revolution – (An Unauthorized Biography of a Medical Genius)”. The book is now available and chronicles the challenges, successes, and unique perspective of Dr. Joel D Wallach, a true pioneer in the field of science-based, clinically verified medical nutrition. (No portion of the content on this site may be exhibited, used or reproduced by any means without express written permission of the publisher.) Click HERE to get your copy of this brand new book!
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Ivan Ledbetter. Ivan weighed 400 pounds and had arthritis in his knees and hips, lower back pain, and heart disease. He suffered from high blood pressure since the age of 16. Before discovering Dr. Wallach, Ivan had three heart attacks. By following Dr. Wallach’s nutritional recommendations for thirty days, Ivan lost 60 pounds. After ninety days, he lost another 145 pounds and was able to discontinue taking 13 medications. More recently, Ivan began to experience severe difficulty breathing. He was diagnosed with congestive heart failure. He again relied on Dr. Wallach’s nutritional recommendations and has witnessed a 25% ejection fraction increase to 75%.
Brenda Wright. Since childhood Brenda suffered from a profound lethargy that robbed her of the energy she needed to perform basic tasks. She was never able to do any physical labor or work beyond a short period of time. She was diagnosed with abnormally low levels of iron in her blood and was placed on a regimen of iron IVs. After a short period of increase in her energy levels, soon she was back to feeling tired all the time and remained unable to perform basic tasks. The iron IVs had failed. Worse still, her physicians explained that she was not absorbing other key nutrients and that she likely had only six months to live. Brenda discovered Dr. Wallach and explained her condition. She was stunned when in response he replied, “this is easy.” She then followed his nutritional recommendations. After just five days, her iron levels tested normal. As the weeks passed, she could arise in the morning without laboring and without pain. One month after following Dr. Wallach’s recommendations religiously, she was able to work in an office. A month after that, she was able to work full time. Brenda spent a total of 50 years in a state of near total disability. She had children but was unable to enjoy time with them to its fullest. “It’s been such an amazing thing,” she says, “I can play with my grandchildren. I could not play with my own children.”
Sheryl Morley. When Sheryl was 25 years old, she was an assistant manager at a Taco Bell in Gilbert, Arizona. Because Taco Bell allowed its employees to eat company food at meal breaks, she depended on the meals to avoid spending the little money she earned. The consequence was significant. She became overweight, having gained 30 pounds. In addition, she suffered from severe pain in both knees. She went to a physician who diagnosed her with osteoarthritis in both knees. He told her that she would have to take non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs the rest of her life to help manage the pain and would eventually need double knee replacement surgery. Fearful, she asked her mother what to do. Her mother recommended that she follow Dr. Wallach’s nutritional recommendations. Reluctantly, she agreed. She lost the 30 pounds and her knee pain went away, all within the span of 60 days. Thereafter, she became a fitness competitor, a regular runner, and a snow boarder. Years later, and despite daily rigorous exercise, she still has no knee pain.
Rosemary Austin. At the age of 33, while pregnant, Rosemary suffered a disabling stroke. Having grown up in a household that appreciated the benefits of organic foods, and having consumed wholesome farm fresh foods her entire life, Rosemary was baffled by the notion that something was remiss in her daily routine that would make her susceptible to a stroke. While recovering from the effects of the stroke, she was able to secure employment answering phones. It was at her place of employment that she first heard of Dr. Wallach. She experienced an epiphany when she heard Dr. Wallach say that our foods are nutritionally deficient. Her own father, who was an organic food advocate, had told her that he would rather go to a veterinarian for treatment of disease than a human physician. When she heard that Dr. Wallach was a veterinarian, she remembered those words and felt comforted. She wanted to avoid a second stroke and make as near a complete recovery as possible and she decided to follow Dr. Wallach’s nutritional recommendations. “I can go and do,” she says, “and I owe that to Dr. Wallach.” Rosemary credits her recovery and her stroke free existence to the nutritional recommendations of Dr. Wallach, which she adheres to religiously.