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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Wallach’s Unrelenting Drive, Vision, and Legacy
From his formative years as a farm boy in West St. Louis County to his undergraduate and graduate education at the University of Missouri to his career as a comparative pathologist and then a physician, Dr. Joel D. Wallach has striven to make a difference in the world and has made that difference. Lives have been saved. The quality of human life has been improved. And the hope of mankind that it may one day find a way to conquer disease and live to the limits of the human lifespan with a quality of life worth living have been advanced greatly by his contributions.
The fruits of his efforts are evidenced in the thousands of those who have been transformed from physical affliction, including those near death, and returned to good health. They stand as living monuments to Wallach’s medical genius. He has never given up on a vexing case; in fact, his patients are ordinarily those failed by conventional medicine.
His vision of a world liberated from disease and empowered to live better longer through the self-help mechanism of quality and complete nutrition has been largely realized through an army of over 250,000 distributors, but Wallach has never been one to dream modest dreams. He envisions a world in which every person understands the importance of “90 for Life.”
The life of Joel Wallach from his earliest days has been one of constant service and self-sacrifice. He has not taken the easy road because he has taken upon him the physical hardships of others. He has made the betterment of mankind his responsibility. The weight of that burden would tax most people to death but Wallach is invigorated by the struggle.
Wallach dreams of a day when the ugly truths underlying modern medicine are universally appreciated. When a patient visits a doctor, Wallach wants that patient armed with knowledge not only concerning the benefits of complete nutrition but also concerning the precise deficiencies that beget their disease states and the treatments that will best bring about a cure. He wants an end to the era of patients going like sheep to the slaughter and the creation of a new era where physicians are truly made to account for the prescriptions they give.