In episode # 113, Dr. Reese sits down with one of the fathers of Epigenetic's, Dr. Joel Wallach. In this recording, they talk about how Dr. Wallach cured himself of disease using nutrition at only 9 years old! They go on to discuss the 90 essential nutrients, hair mineral testing, high doses of calcium, and why many athletes don't live very long. They also shine the light on why farm animals have been cured of disease but not humans and then go over such diseases as Asthma, Dementia, Arthritis, Lupus, Diabetes, ADHD, Muscular Dystrophy and more. Plus - What role does Gluten play in having pristine health?
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Dr. Reese (00:02:18):
So how did you discover the importance of the 90 essential nutrients?
Dr. Wallach (00:02:25):
Well, it all began when I was four years old. One of those stories, um, between ages four and nine, uh, my parents took me to 20 different doctors. Um, I was, uh, very violent. Uh, couldn't remember my name, all that kind of stuff. And, um, uh, went to 20 different doctors. They didn't even have a name for what I had. And, um, the 20th doctor, a little grandmotherly, like person, 80 years old, uh, from St. Louis, uh, uh, Dr. Mary Jane Uffington was her name. And, um, she says, well, uh, he's gonna hurt somebody or hurt himself. So we gotta institutionalize him. And I said, what does that mean, mom? She said, well, they're gonna put you in a hospital. I, well, how long am I gonna be in the hospital? And she says, well, maybe for the rest of your life, this doesn't look good.
Dr. Wallach (00:03:10):
Mm. So, so that night, when everybody else was asleep, I'm sitting on the end of the bed saying, oh, that doesn't sound good. I don't wanna be in the hospital for the rest of my life. Now we lived on a farm. We had a little fence around the house and inside that fence, we kept the chickens to get the eggs and the sheep and the pigs and calves that we were gonna slaughter eat later on. We're feeding them and, you know, rubbing 'em down and all that kind of stuff. Yeah. And, um, uh, I said, you know, we're all eating the same thing. Why am I the only one with this problem? I said, oh, now wait a minute. We're not eating the same thing. Remember I'm nine years old now, uh, we're giving those calves, uh, alfalfa pellets for the vitamins and middles added in it.
Dr. Wallach (00:03:47):
I'm not getting those. So the next morning I threw my Cheerios out to the chicken and, um, I went to the barn and I got those, um, alfalfa pellets put 'em in my cereal bowl, put milk on it, did it for three mornings in a row. By the third morning I was cured, huh? After five years of getting worse and worse and worse, worse, 20 doctors couldn't figure it out. Wow. And so I said, for some reason, these doctors don't know anything about nutrition. I'm only nine years old. Wow. So it didn't say anything to anybody, but in church, everybody is whispering and pointing to me. Cause now I'm singing with the choir and all this kind of stuff, instead of being disruptive and all that kind of stuff. Uh, finally, after about a couple of months, this little lady came up to me and said, I hear you can cure my diabetes.
Dr. Wallach (00:04:28):
And I said, ma'am, I'm only nine years old. I don't even know what diabetes is. <laugh>. And so that night went back to, uh, home and we had these little reference books on animal diseases and, you know, for the farm. Yeah. And so I went through and looked up diabetes, oh, it's a nutritional deficiency. And so I went back and told her about that and, and she got rid of her diabetes. And so people started coming to me for things I'm only nine years old. Well, to make a long story short that's about the time when the second war was over and I was a Cub scout and I got into boy Scouts, you had 32 merit badges, uh, was a Eagle scout and, uh, art of the era, which is a leadership, um, uh, award and, uh, graduated high school at 18 years of age.
Dr. Wallach (00:05:12):
But I had the equivalent of a, of a university degree with those 32 merit badges. Cause you had to do a lot of studies for those things. And I, I was, I was taking all the nutrition and animal husbandry, agricultural stuff and soils fertilizer, and so on, um, entered agricultural school at the university of Missouri. I wanted to get my degree in agriculture and go back and be a, a, a, a farmer, a modern farmer. And, uh, it became very obvious that, um, the world needed more than just another farmer. And so I began to, uh, go to lectures and that kind of stuff. And again, I'm still dealing with the Scouts, um, as a leader scout leader at this point, and, um, helping get rid of arthritis and high pressure and diabetes and all this kind of stuff. Yeah. And about two years into agricultural school, I was wrestling for the university of Missouri and, and lettering.
Dr. Wallach (00:06:07):
And, um, my roommate, which was another guy on the wrestling team, cuz they had all the athletes stand together and the, and the, uh, dormitories. And he said, uh, I'm gonna go check out veterinary school. How about coming with me? I said, no, I didn't come here. I says, why don't you come with me? You got nothing else to do. He said, oh, okay. Okay. So I went there, passed all the tests, got accepted in a veterinary school. And uh, in two years time, I had my degree in agriculture was halfway through veterinary school, 1961. And it was Christmas time. All the professors were off, uh, for the holidays. And I had to work in the pathology department because I didn't have any money to finish my schooling. So I worked in the pathologist where everybody's going well, I ran into the first mass off from pollution in America and got it published in three scientific journals.
Dr. Wallach (00:06:51):
I'm 21 years old. I wanted to finish my pathology degree. So in 1964, when I graduated, had my degree in agriculture, had my degree in vet medicine. I was halfway through my degree in pathology cuz they gave me credit for the stuff that I was getting paid for to do. Cause I was working in the pathology lab. So they gave me credit for that kind of stuff. And so I went to Iowa state university and I was there. I was supposed to finish up in two years. Well a year into it, Marlon Perkins from the old mutual Moha while kingdom show. I don't know if you're old enough to remember him. No <laugh> okay. Well he was, he was a biologist on TV and he, he went to all these different places on earth where animals were rare and endangered and so on. He had, um, uh, sent me to Africa before I went to university and I caught 200 white rhino.
Dr. Wallach (00:07:34):
There's only 475 left. I caught 200 of 'em shipped them here. Yeah. Built three, um, um, reserves for white rhino, uh, based on the money that uh, prince, um, was it prince Phillip, uh, actually started the world wildlife foundation. I was all involved in that. And um, we got a grant for 25 million from the national institutes of health because I wrote those papers on this mass from pollution. And um, so I came back for that 10 years I did 20,000 autopsies, millions of slides and all that kind of stuff. And basically showed that there were no gly transmit diseases. There were no gly transmitter birth defect. My thesis was there's 5,000 pages was published by the, um, uh, world's largest and most famous publishing house w Saunders that published medical textbooks. They published it. Right. All right. And it's in the Smith stone and Institute as a national treasure.
Dr. Wallach (00:08:34):
Cause it changed all of science. Yeah. It created, it created, uh, the, um, science of epigenetics and uh, so I'm very proud of that. And I'm considered one of the two fathers of that science Bruce S Lipton. Yeah. Yep. Bruce Lipton. And I are the two that consider the two fathers. And uh, so what I've been doing all these years, uh, is working on this and I found out the cause prevention cure of cystic fibrosis, which is supposed to be the, the, the iconic example of Ave transmitted disease. I found the first non-human case in a monkey from the Y's primary center, which I was working in 1977 for NASA as a pathologist. And they fired me when I told them that, um, that, uh, C fibrosis was not genetic. It was simple nutritional deficiencies and they fired me. And that's when I went back to school and became apathic physician.
Dr. Wallach (00:09:25):
Yeah. Make a long story short, uh, Dr. Mullan and I went to China, we did 1,700 autopsies on kids under the age of 10 there, uh, 35% had CYS fibrosis. Um, 100% had muscular to the three, about a hundred of 'em under the age of one years of age, would've been diagnosed with sentiment death syndrome here. So to make a long story short, we got through federal lawsuits in federal court. Uh, we won, uh, let's see, it was April 16th, 2013, that we were forcing these companies that made milk replaces, like Infamil SIM that sort of stuff for babies to put these nutrients in there. We had to go to court. Cause the doctors kept telling don't put that stuff in their wall talking about cause they're poisonous. Well, the court saw my 1,700 autopsies. So they couldn't, you know, go against that kind of data. Right?
Dr. Wallach (00:10:15):
Well, a year and a half later after April 16th, 2013, when I won that lawsuit in federal court, big headlines in the Charlotte observer newspaper, we don't know why, but send 'em a death syndrome has van in the state of North Carolina, three months later, St. Louis post dispatch and all the newspapers in Missouri. We don't know why, but send death syndrome has vanished in the state of Missouri. And three months later, every newspaper in the world came out and said, we don't know why, but the diagnoses of send death syndrome has dropped dramatically by 85 to 95%. And then they, in one of the articles, they said, there's a one Senti death syndrome, death per 300 normal births. Now, you know why we don't know why, but now it's only one per 3000. Well that's because they're getting these nutrients in the baby farmers and those three diseases, the three.
Dr. Wallach (00:11:03):
And that's why you haven't heard anything about Jerry Lewis and the telethon anymore, because who's going to, you know, when you find out it's a nutritional deficiency and it's not a genetic disease, you know, why would they donate money when we already found, found the prevention and cure far? Right? So that that's my history. And of course we have, um, 75 scientific articles published in half a dozen different medical journals, veterinary journals, scientific journals, agricultural journals, biochemistry journals. I have 15 popular books, uh, written best sellers, a hundred CDs and um, 50 DVDs. So we have a lot of information to give out there to people and, and it will freak people out how much we know about preventing and, and eliminating these diseases, including diabetes. And how about pressure and kidney dialysis and arthritis. And let's see, what's the Pope got here. Diverticulitis,
Dr. Reese (00:11:55):
Your story, your journey feels like some God stuff. Dr. Wallock like things just unfolded so magically and all because of animals.
Dr. Wallach (00:12:09):
That's right. Well, I'll give the good Lord all the credit. Uh that's for sure. Yeah. I was just following what was put in front of me.
Dr. Reese (00:12:16):
I, I wanted to ask you about animal nutrition.
Dr. Wallach (00:12:19):
Dr. Reese (00:12:21):
You know, when, when, when you go look at dog food or cat food, we can see that it's all supplemented, right? <affirmative> there there's so much nutrients in there yet humans don't supplement or only a limited amount of people supplement is that because animals are considered a product, whether it's a pet or a zoo or, you know, a cow and a farm
Dr. Wallach (00:12:48):
More historical than that. Okay. Did you ever hear of the eight plagues that killed thou tens of thousands of Egyptian? Um, military every year for eight years.
Dr. Reese (00:12:59):
Dr. Wallach (00:13:00):
Now the Hebrews had been enslaved for 400 years and their job, I, I went and looked it up. What was it? The Hebrew slaves did where they washing clothes and babysitting and cooking? No, no. They were going wheat brought around Oaks, primarily barley and wheat for, for food, for the Egyptian military, but they weren't allowed to eat it. Now when the plagues came, none of the Hebrew slaves died. Huh that's because I checked that out. They had, um, fireplaces and wood stoves. They're putting the wood ashes, which were minerals into their gardens, just a little bit of wood ashes, not enough to fertilize, the tens of thousands of acres of, of barley and wheat fields. So there was none of that. Okay. None of those minerals in that. And so the soldiers were getting a gluten issue. They weren't getting any supplements. And so when the plague came, they got hit hard. Well, the Hebrews, um, they weren't allowed to eat the barley in the wheat. So they were growing potatoes and carrots and tomatoes and bell peppers and squash and that kind of stuff. Oh, Hmm. Oh, okay. And they're eating seaweed.
Dr. Reese (00:14:08):
Yeah. And if we fast forward, um, African American slaves sometimes live longer than their owners
Dr. Wallach (00:14:16):
Plantation owners. That's correct. Yeah, because they were using the things that the, the white people and the, and the plantation owners didn't want to eat. They didn't wanna eat like the Europeans. And so that's why they died at age 50. And the slaves, maybe it'd be a hundred, 515, cuz they're putting the wood ashes into their little house gardens where they were growing potatoes and parrots and tomatoes and that kind of, and beans and that kind of stuff. Yeah. Okay. So that's the, you hit the nail on the head. They're very good. It's fascinating. And so, yeah. And so, uh, this is one of those things where people who are billionaires don't live as long as people because they have electricity at three o'clock in the afternoon, Monday, September 4th, 1882 on Pearl street in New York city on the bluff overlooking the construction of the Brooklyn bridge, Thomas Edison.
Dr. Wallach (00:15:01):
And Jonathan has pulled the switch on the first commercial electric generating plants. Within 10 years, there was 40 new diseases that nobody had ever seen before all nutritional deficient diseases. But there were, it was the beginning of the darling in science and medicine called genetics. They're blaming it all on genetic diseases, these 40 new diseases, but they're really just simply nutritional deficiency diseases. And of course, medicine went crazy with getting pharmaceuticals, to treat the symptoms and manage the diseases like diabetes. I can take somebody who's been a britle diabetic for 30 years and in 30 days and won't be a diabetic anymore. Cause it's a simple nutritional disease, but doctors manage the blood sugar and think they're doing you a favor instead of getting rid of the disease. Right? And so this is the difference between the medical system and the veterinary system. Now no farmer is gonna pay, you know, a veterinarian to come out every week and every month or haul and buy truck, all his animals to the veterinary office and get tested every on a regular basis and pay for all his tests and this, that, and the other no way.
Dr. Wallach (00:16:01):
So when these dogs came along, uh, rawr I think was the first ones to put vitamins and middles in their pet foods roast from Purina. And they said, well, why don't we put all these vitamins and middles in there and they'll save these people a lot of money and they'll keep using our food. And so that's why they did that. And it worked right, but dogs used to live to be four or five years old. Cause they're just being fed meat and bones and things like that. But once these canned foods and dry foods came out with all these vitamin minerals in it suddenly now they're living be 18, 20 years old.
Dr. Reese (00:16:30):
Dr. Wallach (00:16:31):
Well the same principle for humans. If you take our healthy start pack, you take our healthy brain and heart pack. Uh, stay away from the bad foods. You can maximize your absorption. You'll add 25 to 50 healthier years. Your life.
Dr. Reese (00:16:42):
We need to be on the 90 essential nutrients every day. That's the bottom line, right?
Dr. Wallach (00:16:47):
That's correct. And of course the 90th essential nutrients we have, uh, our healthy heart pack has the 90th essential nutrients in it. That was our first major product. And it's the core of our healthy brain and heart pack, which has 215 nutrients in it. Cuz we added 115 nutrients to the original core program, the healthy heart pack. And nobody has 215 nutrients in. They supplement, right. You know, they say, oh, oh we, we have complete nutrition, 27 nutrients. Well that's not even a third of, of our 90 let alone 10% of the healthy brain and heart pack.
Dr. Reese (00:17:18):
Well the thi the thing that makes it very authentic is it it's very much known from you and people under you doing this. Mm-hmm <affirmative> that they gotta get off the gluten or it doesn't make any sense.
Dr. Wallach (00:17:30):
Right? Well, you have to help the pop because I guarantee when they took out half his colon, they didn't tell him, look, you cannot be eating gluten anymore. And he had a sciatica. They said, we're gonna give you cortisone prednisone to deal with your pain. He didn't say, you know, we're gonna give you the 90 cents nutrients plus theca gel and MSM to rebuild your cartilage and ligaments and tendons, your connective tissue, your disc and all kind of stuff. No, they're just giving him medication because they're Italians and they eat gluten and, and the whole, thing's a mess. So, and so can you
Dr. Reese (00:18:02):
Explain why, why we have to get off gluten?
Dr. Wallach (00:18:05):
Okay. Well, gluten, um, has a substance in it called, uh, pro-inflammatory cytokines is produced by the, the gluten protein and pro inflammatory cytokines destroy your Vili, the little finger like, and your intestine. Now, it doesn't happen like light on light off. It might take 5, 6, 8, 10, 12, 15 years to really incapacitate you, depending on how much gluten you're eating. If you're just eating oatmeal for breakfast in Northern gluten, it might take 15 years. But if you're eating gluten in all three meals and you're having gluten for snacks like cakes and cookies and, and beer, and that kind of stuff made from gluten, you at eight, 10 years old, you might be in serious trouble. Okay? And so gluten destroys your intestine. Those Vil. I go away instead of looking like a shag rug and you know, you do autopsies, you do, uh, surgery on your intestines. You open up the small intestine, it looks like a shag rug.
Dr. Wallach (00:18:56):
All those Vilis ticking out and increases your absorbed surface. But when you're eating gluten, those Vil, I shrink and shrink and shrink and disappear because of that proinflammatory cytokines, they disappear. Now, when you open up their small inte it looks like a smooth plastic tube. You've lost 90% of your absorbative surface. Even if you supplement now, most people don't supplement. Most people, um, continued eat gluten and cause even today it was on the news today that doctors say, look, you gotta stop eating, um, animal pro products and eat more whole grains. And of course, people interpret eating more whole grains is eating more wheat by the Ryan oat, right? And we have to get everybody off all the bad foods, get 'em on the good program with all the 215, which I go for the two 15. I wouldn't go for the minimum. I'd go for the big, big hammer in the toolbox.
Dr. Wallach (00:19:41):
You'll see all these, I, I see this all the time. People who are really in trouble, uh, like I say, they have diabetes for 30 years and 30 days is gone. They're on dialysis. Yeah. Six days a week, cuz they haven't peed in 10 years. They're on dialysis for a total of 25 years because they had kidney problems for 25 years cuz they're eating gluten, gluten, gluten, gluten, gluten. And so I, I get 'em off for the gluten. We get 'em on the healthy brain and heart pack. The big hammer we throw in the ultimate daily classic tablets, three of those three times a day. And in two weeks time they're urinating. So they drop the, the um, dialysis from six days a week to three. And in two more weeks, they're totally off of dialysis. And they were run on dialysis for 25 years cuz they didn't wanna get a kidney transplant.
Dr. Wallach (00:20:24):
Right. And so in just six weeks, I get 'em off of dialysis. After they've been on dialysis for 25 years, even though they hadn't peed in 10 years, I get 'em peeing in two weeks because it's an artery problem. It's not a kidney problem. Diabetes is a nutritional deficiency problem. Not a genetic problem. Lupus is not a, um, autoimmune disease where your body's attacking itself is gluten stopping you from getting the nutrients they're necessary to maintain your skin and your bones and your intestines as celiac disease and, and uh, uh, PSO, psoriatic arthritis and all that kind of
Dr. Reese (00:20:59):
Stuff. I'm four months off gluten. How long is it gonna take for my stomach to regulate?
Dr. Wallach (00:21:05):
Well you wanna make sure everybody in your household, including the dog and the cat and the bird and the fish and renters and roommates and spouses. Okay. You cannot work in a place. You cannot work in a bakery. You cannot go to spaghetti factory with somebody else. Well, I don't eat there. I just have a salad. When I go to spaghetti factory with my wife. Well guess what? Um, that waitress who delivered your salad and delivered eight, eight loaves of bread and X number of bowls of, of spaghetti to all the tables surrounding you. And she's covered in that gluten dust. You're getting gluten, even though you're not eating it, you're getting it.
Dr. Reese (00:21:39):
It can spread like it's a poison Ivy. It's just,
Dr. Wallach (00:21:42):
Dr. Reese (00:21:43):
Dr. Wallach (00:21:44):
Is that sensitive
Dr. Reese (00:21:45):
Now? How come we should not be eating oils?
Dr. Wallach (00:21:49):
Okay. Well I'll oxidized and turn into trans fat hetero means and acrylamide which cause cancer cause oxidative damage to your arteries is what causes plaque, arteries, not cholesterol. Now that's another big one. Doctors missed. They, they blamed cholesterol in your arteries on eggs and, and uh, animal fats. They missed that one by a thousand miles. Mm it's. Oils and fried foods and salad dressings and that kind of stuff. Yeah. Because plaque in the arteries, whether it's in the brain, the coronary arteries, the kidneys and give you the need for dialysis. And if you wanna keep playing with the bad foods, then uh, I'm gonna go into the coffin business for people who just won't change. I think I'm start selling coffins.
Dr. Reese (00:22:29):
Well, I'll tell you, you know, I'm, I'm a great example. Uh, I was vegan for 10 years. Didn't supplement and consumed a lot of oil and I thought oil was good because I'd use it raw. Right. I ended up with a 6.1, CRP C reactive protein. And I was, oh my gosh. I was deficient in essential fatty acid, vitamin a vitamin D B12. I had all these, you know, these symptoms, I was getting electrical shocks through my body. It was,
Dr. Wallach (00:23:04):
Did you have any wider gray here?
Dr. Reese (00:23:06):
I have salt and pepper now I'm 42. So
Dr. Wallach (00:23:08):
Yeah. See, well that's not aging. That's a deficiency of a particular nutrient copper. Do you have any vari code? Well, don't say that because people run out and buy a copper thinking they're gonna save themselves and then they die because they didn't take the other 89. Right. Right. I used to tell people, they'd say, well, what nutrient is that? Oh, I would tell 'em. And then they would go to Walgreens and I'd buy that nutrient. And then three months later he said, whatever happened to your husband, Frankie. Oh, he did what you said. He took that nutrient and he died two months later. So I stopped telling people what it was because they only wanna take one. They don't wanna take all 90.
Dr. Reese (00:23:40):
Dr. Wallach (00:23:41):
Okay. And so I don't want to participate in suicide. You might as well as a gun, a bullet, shoot yourself in the head. If all you're gonna do is take one.
Dr. Reese (00:23:48):
Dr. Wallach (00:23:49):
You gotta take 'em all.
Dr. Reese (00:23:50):
Yeah. And I do have varicose veins now I'm on the 90 essential. I'm off the glute and I'm off the oils.
Dr. Wallach (00:23:55):
Well, how long have you been on the program?
Dr. Reese (00:23:58):
Since April 1st.
Dr. Wallach (00:24:00):
Okay. So yeah, you should start seeing, uh, reduced amount of the gray hair. You should see the varicose veins getting smaller and fewer. And um, you want to see if you're getting cross-contaminated in the laundry, the food preparation surfaces, your workplace. You really, really wanna look around and see if you're getting contaminated. Because if you're still getting cross-contaminated with gluten, that would say why you haven't really seen more in 30, 60, 90 days.
Dr. Reese (00:24:26):
Yeah. Well my CRP has come down.
Dr. Wallach (00:24:29):
Okay, good. It's
Dr. Reese (00:24:30):
A, it's a 2.5 now. And you know, I'm, I'm, I'm, I'm getting back, you know, I'm, I'm building back, you know?
Dr. Wallach (00:24:38):
Dr. Reese (00:24:38):
But here's the question. There's a lot of people listening right now that might be vegan. They need these 90 essential. And what would, where would they get their essential fatty
Dr. Wallach (00:24:47):
From? Okay. That's why we have EASs and EFA pluses EASs are from seeds and EFA. Pluses are from fish livers. Okay. But here's what I tell 'em. If you wanna be a vegetarian or vegan, I want you to be an OV LSCO vegetarian. There's no red meat and fish as the Picos. Have you ever incubated a chick, uh, for 21 days an incubator or you know, an egg underneath the he for 21 days?
Dr. Reese (00:25:15):
No, but I have a friend who did,
Dr. Wallach (00:25:17):
Okay. Now what happens here is the chick. After 21 days, either in the incubator or under the hen goes from that white spot to a perfect chick, heart beating, pumping blood all over the place has kidneys that work liver that works lungs. It works gastrointestinal tract. That works eyes, that work brain that works muscles and bones and joints. That work often that one little spot because of all the nutrition in that ache, don't tell me there's no nutrition in an eight. If you're going to be an oval, LSCO vegetarian or oval, LSCO vegan, you'll survive and flourish and do well. And you have beautiful babies. But if you want to avoid all that stuff and just eat vegetables and grains, you're gonna die early. You'll be miserable. You'll have the worst time of your life in your last years of your life, because you don't get the nutrients you need because you're eating gluten.
Dr. Wallach (00:26:02):
And there's no nutrition in food anymore because farmers get paid by tons and bushels farmers don't get paid by how much nutritions in the food. So they're willing to accept NPK fertilizers. Cause it gives 'em the maximum meals in terms of tons and bushels for acres. And they get paid by tons and bushels for acres. So that's the direction they go. But they know to give the vitamins middles to their animals where I got introduced to it. Right. So they don't have to have the veterinarian come out there and treat all these diseases. So they went through that <laugh> mm <laugh>. So, uh, uh, vegans and vegetarians have a choice. They can have a short life or they can have a long life. If they follow what I say, I'll add 25 to 50 healthier years in your life.
Dr. Reese (00:26:47):
So we can be, plant-based just add in some eggs, some fish, 90 essential nutrients
Dr. Wallach (00:26:53):
And some cheese
Dr. Reese (00:26:54):
Dr. Wallach (00:26:54):
Cheese and dairy. Yeah.
Dr. Reese (00:26:58):
So Dr. Wallick, what about birth defects?
Dr. Wallach (00:27:03):
How many OBGYNs tell people who are in the childbearing years? Both men and women, be sure you're taking the 90th nutrients. Well, I'm on birth control and don't plan on having babies take the 90th essential nutrients, because if you get pregnant, you're gonna be in trouble. Yeah. Okay. So, uh, you start supplementing with the 90th cent nutrients now, and we can eliminate all birth defects and it's called what
Dr. Reese (00:27:28):
Dr. Wallach (00:27:29):
Epigenetics. Okay. If you take all your nineties, cent nutrients, even if you're taking birth control in that dating, remember, um, 20 years is a long time and who knows when along the line you're gonna, you know, have a couple of drinks and say, okay, tonight, tonight, we're gonna go for it. Right? And so you get pregnant and you haven't been taking your prenatal vitamins because you weren't planning on getting pregnant. And so the baby's born with cleft palates, fine bifida, or you know, all kinds of stuff. Heart
Dr. Reese (00:28:00):
Defects can, we can avoid all this
Dr. Wallach (00:28:01):
All that's totally avoidable. None of it's genetic, none of it's autoimmune. It's all nutritional deficiencies in the embryo. Even things like sickle cell anemia and blacks. It's not a genetic thing in blacks. It's a deficiency of the bone marrow cells that are farming in the early embryo. When the cells that make the, um, hemoglobin or farming makes the effective hemoglobin and white folks, sickle cell anemia is called thalasemia cuz they couldn't call it sickle cell anemia as supposed to be a genetic disease and black folks. So they gave it a different name in white guys. It's called thalasemia and white guys, but sickle cell anemia and black guys, but they, a birth defect caused by nutritional deficiencies early in embryonic life. When the hemoglobin farming cells were farming in the bone marrow of those early embryos,
Dr. Reese (00:28:44):
I wanna run through a bunch of diseases and you okay? You gimme the skinny them. We already talked about diabetes. How about asthma?
Dr. Wallach (00:28:53):
Asthma is due to a nutritional deficiency. I'm not gonna tell you which one, but if you get rid of all the gluten, which interferes specifically with those nutrient absorption, um, and you, and you take the, um, healthy brain and heart pack, take the healthy brain and heart pack one per hundred pounds of body weight. And if you have a, a little kid, doesn's say the kid is three years old and not gonna take two healthy brained, heart packs, you per they're three years old, they have kids tody and the EASs and the Cal tody and put that in their, uh, milk or their drinks or whatever. And you'll be giving 'em all the nutrients that are necessary to get rid of their asthma in weeks. Asthma goes away very quickly. It's very simple nutritional deficiencies, but you gotta get rid of the gluten so you can absorb the nutrition and you have to supplement with these nutrients forever. I've been, um, gluten free for 74 years. I've been taking the nineties cents of nutrients 74 years, but I've been taking also the, um, healthy brain and heart pack, the 215 nutrients for the last 15 years.
Dr. Reese (00:29:58):
How about arthritis?
Dr. Wallach (00:30:01):
Arthritis? Very simple nutritional defic disease. I came up with a healthy bone and joint pack for Theo rat lift one of our great, uh, basketball players and made our rebound sports stream for him. And, uh, he, he had lost his, uh, position with, uh, the Atlanta Hawks, uh, 20, 24 years old, uh, bone and bone arthritis. Both of his knees Carley's popped off his hips fractured his right wrist and his shooting arm lost a big contract. Three months later, he went back, he passed all the tests and he got 35 million contract. He played for, um, 11 more years, made over 135 million using my products rebuilding. And so, um, when you look at the Vander Holyfield, great heavyweight boxer, he lost his heavyweight championship to Michael Moore. Uh, he couldn't answer the bell for the 12th vinyl round of his heavyweight championship defense because he had a near fatal heart attack. So he came up with a healthy, abandoned heart pack then for him. And we already had the rebound at that time and he, he took it two, three times a day for a year and a half and he went back and he beat iron Mike Tyson for the heavyweight championship. Now who comes back from a near death, heart attack and beats iron Mike Tyson. Right.
Dr. Wallach (00:31:12):
Okay. In heavyweight championship fight, somebody who's been taking my health brain and heart pack can stand away from gluten.
Dr. Reese (00:31:19):
Yeah. How about prostate inflammation?
Dr. Wallach (00:31:25):
Okay. Prostate inflammation could be two things. Number one, it could be a prostate problem. Number two would be a back problem. A lot of times doctors they're, they're famous for mismo thing. We've already talked about a dozen things that they've misdiagnosed, um, your sci nerves. Some of them control your bladder. Some will control your prostate and your erections and all that kind of stuff. And when doctors say, oh, you have a prostate problem. Cause you're either peeing your pants all the time or you can't urinate without a catheter. Uh, you have prostate problem and they will get you on some, um, uh, prostate medications, um, and some hormones. And it may or may not help, but you have to keep catheterizing yourself. That's because it is a back problem, squeezing the, uh, nerves, controlling your bladder. And so you get off all the bad foods. You take the healthy brain and heart pack at MSM, rebuild your disc, rebuild vertebrae, take the pressure off those sci nerves. Your bladder starts working again, keep your prostate, you know, give me 90 days when your doctor wants to remove your prostate. Give me 90 days before you, uh, um, agree to that surgery. Cause the odds are, is a 95% chance. There's really just, um, a low back problem. Squeezing the nerves, control the bladder.
Dr. Reese (00:32:37):
How about the neurologicals Ms. And Parkinson's,
Dr. Wallach (00:32:41):
Let's say 75% of the brain weight is cholesterol. There's PS disease. There's ALS uh, let's see here, Alzheimer disease. There's all kinds of stuff going on in the brain, right. P disease. And almost all of them are due to nutritional deficiencies. But what happens here is some part for just chance. Some parts, the brain are more seriously affected, so they get different sets of symptoms. So the different guys gave it, named it after themselves and give it different names, right? But they all take the same thing, three eggs twice a day. So off yolks take the 90th cents of nutrients are better yet the 215 nutrients, they healthy brain and heart pack. Take the destres capsule three those twice a day, uh, take the ultimate EIN. Plus one of those twice a day, take the ultimate niacin, excuse me, the ultimate, uh, da daily classic tablets in case it's a vascular dementia, um, to take three of those with each meal, that' three bottles a month, the ultimate daily, um, uh, classic tablets and for circulation into the brain.
Dr. Wallach (00:33:41):
And then don't forget the eggs and don't forget the Synaptive, which gives you the raw material specifically for your brain cells to make the biological systems. So they can talk to each other and work in synchrony and so on. Uh, don't forget HCH or human growth hormone and the, the master gland, the pituitary gland in the brain, but also it works with the rest of the brain too, in the hypothalamus, which again, controls who you're gonna chase for sex. And so all of these things I've been taking these nutrients for 74 years, I've been gluten free for 74 years. And so that's why we came up with our own versions of all these nutrients. Cause I was tired of buying 'em from the pharmacies and this, that, and the other. And it was obvious that doctors weren't gonna go that direction. So we began to form our own company and form our own versions of these various nutrients.
Dr. Reese (00:34:33):
Well, the, the moral of this story seems to be, we need cholesterol for bla, for brain health and neurological function.
Dr. Wallach (00:34:43):
Well, not only that, but also 95% of the way to testosterone is cholesterol. Guess who started ed erectile dysfunction medical doctors when they came up with statin drugs, lower cholesterol, because they incorrectly thought there was cholesterol blocking the arteries. No, it was oxidized oils blocking the arteries.
Dr. Reese (00:35:02):
So if someone's not a statin drug, uh, they may end up with neurological issues.
Dr. Wallach (00:35:07):
They're gonna wind up with neurological issues. Uh, guys will wind up with erectile dysfunction and ladies, uh, will wind up with menopause at age 25, cuz women tend to follow the doctor's instructions. I mean, to the letter, you gotta get off, no eggs, no cholesterol. We're gonna give you, cause your cholesterol is 20 points too high. That's nothing. Okay. 20 points too high. So we're gonna go, uh, with the yeah. Um, statin drugs here. You're gonna be on this for the rest of your life. Yes sir. Yes. Doctor, I don't wanna have heart attack. And so they get on all this stuff and then they wind up with Alzheimer's disease in three years
Dr. Reese (00:35:44):
And cholesterol is really just a marker for something else. Sometimes livers.
Dr. Wallach (00:35:49):
Well, yeah, liver, um, uh, liver utilizes cholesterol. Any, any hormone that's in the body? Adrenal glands use cholesterol.
Dr. Reese (00:35:58):
Dr. Wallach (00:35:58):
And so cholesterol is a very, very useful biological raw material. We need it. Don't let a doctor talking into getting on statin drugs and giving up cholesterol on your diet.
Dr. Reese (00:36:09):
Yeah. This is also another thing that a lot of vegans run into they're deficient in cholesterol and essential fatty acids. It's funny cuz the joke is always where do you get your protein? It kind of should be. Where do you get your essential fatty acids? Where do you get your cholesterol?
Dr. Wallach (00:36:24):
<laugh> that's correct. Very good.
Dr. Reese (00:36:27):
All right. Next ADHD or D D
Dr. Wallach (00:36:30):
Uh, D ADHD, autism, those kinds of things. Again, um, went deep beat and the eggs take this program, the healthy brain and heart pack. Uh, that's essentially what I had. They didn't have a name for it when I was, you know, a nine year old kid, but I was a very violent, uh, very violent, um, kid with D D ADHD. Uh, so we don't have that anymore in any of our people who are with longevity because they take all the nutrients. And so you see, um, you haven't heard of CYS fibrosis anymore. You haven't heard of muscular dystrophy anymore. You haven't. And, and they were so crazy about the mu uhity. They fired Jerry Lewis, they fired him and the telethon died without Jerry Lewis, muscular DYS association since 2011, because I came out with the cause prevention cure of mu. Now you think they'd be overjoyed and they could have really been on the front end of all this and been a bigger part of this whole thing. And no, instead the medical doctor said this guy's crazy. No, no, no. He's infected Jerry Lewis. We gotta get rid of him. Cause it's a genetic disease. And they went away
Dr. Reese (00:37:41):
Well in, in animals, it was called white muscle disease. Right.
Dr. Wallach (00:37:44):
That is correct. Very good. Mm-hmm <affirmative>
Dr. Reese (00:37:47):
So different names, same disease.
Dr. Wallach (00:37:49):
That's correct. But they're all vertebrates. Same tissues, same organ sets and same diseases to the same nutritional deficiencies. What, what, what theory
Dr. Reese (00:37:59):
Do they fix it into animals? Oh yeah, but not in the humans.
Dr. Wallach (00:38:02):
That's correct. Mm that's because there's no insurance for the animals. No health insurance. So the farmer had to pay out of his own pocket. So the agricultural schools figured it out. This is caused by deficiency of don't say it <laugh>
Dr. Reese (00:38:18):
Dr. Wallach (00:38:19):
Okay. And so it's all in, you know, you get your 90th cents of nutrient and or better yet. If you have 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10 different diseases, you have all these preexisting editions.
Dr. Reese (00:38:30):
When the medical establishment uses the word genetics like, oh, well that your heart disease must be genetic. What they really mean to say is your parents pass down nutritional deficiencies?
Dr. Wallach (00:38:41):
Cause all they're saying is those doctors are saying, I have no earthly idea what causes this, but I'm not gonna take the blame for not knowing. So I'm gonna blame it on your family's genes. And that way you have to look back to your family. Well, you know, uh, I'm the first one of my family that's ever had this, I've got five generations that are still alive and none of 'em ever had any of this. They, the oldest one's 120, none of this stuff. But the doctor say, oh, it's genetic. Okay. That's because he doesn't wanna admit just like when send him a death syndrome, he didn't wanna admit that he didn't know why those babies were dying. So he said, the mother must have laid on him. And that's for the son death syndrome. I made 'em change the name to crib death. Cause 98% of the babies had died of son.
Dr. Wallach (00:39:21):
Death syndrome were in the cribs when they died, not in bed with their mothers. So I made 'em change the name to crib death. And then, um, the 2% were in bed with their mothers. They weren't laid on by their mothers. They died of hypertrophy, cardiomyopathy, heart disease, the same thing that kills 500 to a thousand young athletes in America every year. And that's why our rebound force shrink. I have four times a minimum daily requirement of that one nutrient and is forced shrink. So that any athlete who takes our score shrink is not gonna die. Uh, heart attack.
Dr. Reese (00:39:51):
Well, that's a good segue because I wanted to ask you that. Why do so many athletes not make it to their nineties and the hundreds?
Dr. Wallach (00:40:01):
Well, because they have a false belief. They have a false belief. That exercise is good for you. And so basically, uh, the average, when you take all professional and Olympic sports combined, the average life of these professional Olympic athletes is 62, except for basketball players, which is 51, the average life of a drunk, doing everything wrong is 75 in the United States. Why is that? Well, the athletes are exercising. They're eating all these whole grains. And the only supplements say, take his red bull for energy, you know, of sugar and caffeine kind of thing. And they're sweating and they're sweating and yeah, cause they're sweating. And so they, but they want the energy and they're still missing all the nutrients, but they think they're eating well. Cause they're getting all these grains. That's the problem. The grains are the problem. You look at the Asians, eight grain, but they don't eat wheat butter around OS. They, they eat rice
Dr. Reese (00:40:52):
And sweet potatoes. Well, it's not grain potatoes, but it's a
Dr. Wallach (00:40:54):
Star. Yeah. Yeah. And they, they, corn ate maze and they'll eat millet and buck wheat, those kinds of things. But they don't eat wheat butter around oats. Yeah. Except for, uh, people, uh, who were occupied by the British, you know, like India, uh, the Northern nine states in India were occupied for a hundred years by, by the, um, English, they were drafting all their young people to be in the English army. That's why you saw so many movies where you were looking at the English army and it had so many people from India with the turbines in the English army and for a hundred years in English were in Northern in India. So why does the top nine states in India? The Northern nine states in India have 95% of the deaths from COVID and 87% of the infections, the Southern 20 states and seven territories have 5% of the deaths and only 13% of the infections, same people, very homogenous people.
Dr. Wallach (00:41:51):
And that's because the ones in the north for a hundred years, the British were there growing wheat brought around Oaks. When the British left, they were still growing. Wheat brought around oat. They're still growing. Wheat brought around O there. They have a gluten issue and they're not supplementing or the ones in the south. They live in the swamps in the rain forest. And they're growing rice and peas and beans and squash and seaweed, which has all these minerals in the seaweed. Cause they live near the coast and the south. And it's a dietary thing. It's no doubt a dietary thing. If you supplement and stay away from gluten and take your 90, even if you don't vaccinate, you're gonna come out good. These are people who get it and, and, and don't die. But the people who get vaccinated, they get the double vaccination and all that kind of stuff. And they die two months after the second vaccination, why that happened because they weren't supplementing the reason eating gluten, they couldn't absorb nutrients or bone marrows, dead they're immune systems dead. So they cannot respond to the vaccines because the vaccines do not kill viruses, bacteria fun. And you, they just alert your body to bad DNA and RNA. So when the bug comes, you know that there's the bad guy.
Dr. Reese (00:42:58):
Yeah. Speaking of COVID, I mean, India got nailed and they're high gluten.
Dr. Wallach (00:43:02):
Yeah. That's right. So that's in Northern ones. They have 95% of the deaths
Dr. Reese (00:43:07):
Wanted ask you about calcium. You have in the osteo formula. There's a, there's a big dose of calcium in there. Mm-hmm <affirmative>, there's a 1200,
Dr. Wallach (00:43:18):
1200 milligrams. Mm-hmm
Dr. Reese (00:43:19):
<affirmative>. Yeah. So you know, a lot of calcium supplements are a lot lower than that.
Dr. Wallach (00:43:26):
And some of 'em have 200, 300. Yeah.
Dr. Reese (00:43:28):
Here. Why some, some doctors would say that you can't have too much. So how come you, you go for the high dose.
Dr. Wallach (00:43:35):
I think it's gonna change. But right now there's still an enormous number of people who are not gonna give up gluten. They're not gonna go up. We brought around notes. And so you have to give them something that's gonna compensate for that inefficiency of absorption. Okay. So let's say they're only absorbing 10%. Well, 10% of a thousand milligrams is a hundred <laugh> okay.
Dr. Reese (00:43:58):
So if, if somebody's off gluten for three, four or five months, and they've been taking the 90 essential nutrients can, at that point, can they back off from the osteo formula? They don't need the big dose of calcium anymore.
Dr. Wallach (00:44:11):
Well, we need a hair analysis to find out, are they absorbing, okay. We need to find those kinds of things out. And so that's why we have the book, uh, rare urban cures go to chapter 10 and 11 tells you how to, uh, collect the hair, uh, how to box it up, where to ship it to, don't forget to put the check in cuz the lab's not gonna run the test without the check. And usually in two to four, you'll have the analysis back. If all the bars and the hair analysis are down below the bottom line, that means you're not absorbing. That's easy. And then there's two charts, one for the essential nutrients. And the other is for, um, toxic metals. Okay. Like mercury, uh, lead, um, uranium, those kind of things. And so, um, I do that once a year. I just have one of my, I have a hair analysis once a year just to know what's going on. And my cost is a, is a hundred bucks I think, but it's tax deductible. Cause in my business plan, it says my longevity business will pay for my healthcare, my health insurance and any lab test I need and any special diet I need. So it's all tax deductible.
Dr. Reese (00:45:14):
If we're a distributor in longevity, can we, we could write off our test.
Dr. Wallach (00:45:19):
Of course, what you wanna do is get that book. That's great. It's called. Yeah. You get the book, uh, wall, wall street for kids, AKA wall street for kids Wallock street for kids, AKA wall street for kids. It tells you how to make a business plan. So that let's say you're using 25% of your home for your longevity business. And let's say just for easy calculation, your mortgage is a thousand bucks a month or your rent or whatever it is is a thousand bucks a month. And you're using 25%. So it's 250 bucks. You get to deduct every month off your taxes. Now it gets better than this. Let's say you also have utilities, air conditioning, heat, light, you get to deduct 25% off your light bill, your utility bill, you get to deduct 25% over your homeowner's insurance. And if your car, if you're using your car to go give lectures or to go pick up your products and delivery and, and uh, so forth, um, guess what? Or go to class, you get to deduct 25% of your car payment, unless you make your business, the owner of the car, then the entire car payment and insurance and all that kind of stuff is totally tax deductible.
Dr. Reese (00:46:26):
How come you decided to make longevity an MLM? Once somebody gets that health freedom, they wanna scream it from the top of the mountain. Right? They, they wanna tell everyone. Yeah,
Dr. Wallach (00:46:37):
Mm-hmm <affirmative> yeah, well really I started out, um, with an MLM because when I became apathic physician, I really didn't look into it very hard. And I didn't realize that nature doctors back in those days in, uh, 1982, we were seeing five patients a day, no health insurance paid for any pathic care, right. Or lab test or anything like that. It was just, you had to eat it right. Because, and so you'd see five to 10 people a day. Whereas medical doctors are seeing 45 to 60 people a day. Cause they're getting all this lab tests and, and the visits and everything paid for by and, and the pharmaceuticals and prescriptions all paid for by health insurance. So that's where everybody's going. Cause of health insurance. Right? Well, um, so I started giving lectures and I was handing out my card with samples of some of my products and I say, oh, I won't charge you the first time you come see me, I'll give you the office visit for, and if you need lab tests, um, you know, you had to pay for the lab test, but be the office call for free. And so I got up to about 18 to 25 people a day. It's getting kind of exciting and, but I'm still going all over Oregon and Washington state and Northern California and uh, Western, Idaho and Utah and uh, north and South Dakota lecturing and trying to drive more patients into my clinic.
Dr. Wallach (00:47:56):
And um, one day I'm at a truck stop and the truckers are, uh, sitting next to me and they're complaining that they're gonna have to quit trucking because the phone bills are so expensive that, uh, they, they couldn't earn enough money to pay for their phone bill to earn the money. It was kind of this terrible circle here. Uh, they were losing money by taking long distance jobs, you know, going to the coast with something and coming back for something from the coast. Cause of all the phone bills they had to have. And I said, I think I can help you guys. Um, I belong to this company that, um, sells, um, phone service. MCI is called. I don't know, you're old. You're probably not old enough to remember MCI.
Dr. Reese (00:48:41):
I remember little,
Dr. Wallach (00:48:42):
Okay. MCI. And so I said, I can sign you up in this and I'll eliminate 80% of your phone bill. If you sign up other truckers, even if you never see 'em again and they're using the phone, you're gonna get a percentage of their phone bill and they're going back and forth across the place and running up all those phone bills. You're gonna get a percentage of their phone bills in a check every month from my company and say, we're in and say, don't forget, you can sign up all these other guys. And within three months I was making $300,000 a month just from the MCI card. And so I said, this is what I have to do. I have to do this for my business because just word of mouth, isn't quite good enough. I have to become a network marketing company and we call it a home based business because people are many people are offended by network marketing.
Dr. Wallach (00:49:27):
Cause they've run into some bad characters and so on. I can appreciate that. Yeah. So we, we call it a home home business, get all the tax breaks. You don't have to rent or buy a store or any kind of manufacturing facility or anything like that or an outlet or anything of that nature. Uh, we, uh, you can run this outta your home. I mean, my home 25% of my home here in Southern California is my office, my warehouse, my consulting room. And, um, of course, so 25% of my mortgage and 25% of, of my utilities and 25% of my homeowner's insurance and all of my car payments and stuff like that are all tax deductible because it's all part of my business plan.
Dr. Reese (00:50:09):
Yeah, it makes sense. And uh, you know, I'm, I'm on the team and I'm, I'm building something here in Hartford, Connecticut, and you know, these products are great and, and people are getting better. I mean, the proof is in the pudding, right?
Dr. Wallach (00:50:21):
Absolutely. And of course they tell people and say, you know, if you tell anybody else and they would've join, you need to join up. So when they join, they'll be, you're one of your people. And so every time they buy something, you'll get a little check from us. And um, that way, you know, you can, we want you to support the boy Scouts, the girl Scouts, they need to be doing this boy Scouts, the girl Scouts, they saved America. After the second war was over. They can save America now. And they'll by dealing with all these people, with these problems, they'll be able to earn more merit badges and service pins and their, their rank will go up, which will be very nice for getting jobs and so forth. But also we will send 'em a check every month based on the volume they create from their business with longevity.
Dr. Wallach (00:51:06):
And also, um, they will, uh, in addition to getting a check from us, they'll get a car bonus. You tell a 10 year old Cub scout or boy scout or girl scout or brownie that they can get a car bonus at 10 years of age and a big check every month. And they put in the bank account so that when they graduate high school at 18 years of age, they got 50,000, a hundred thousand dollars in their college fund. That's exciting for them and they'll go out and they'll help people with their health issues and they'll get their merit badges done, cuz they have all these merit badges that deal with the health issues and exercise and cooking and all that kind of stuff. So they'll get those merit badges and, and uh, the, the pins, but also they'll get an income stream and they'll, they'll get their own supplements. So they'll be healthy as well.
Dr. Reese (00:51:54):
Yeah. When, when everyone wins,
Dr. Wallach (00:51:57):
Dr. Reese (00:51:58):
Speaking of blood tests, you mentioned blood tests just a little, a few minutes ago. Mm-hmm <affirmative> is it even worth going to a doctor and getting a blood test?
Dr. Wallach (00:52:06):
Well, most of the things you can do yourself, you get a hair analysis to see if you're absorbing, right. You can see if you have toxic metals. Uh, you can also, um, get these test strips for buck 50 each to see if you have diabetes, you can stick your finger or you can, uh, get one for urine. You test your kidneys, you can do your own blood pressure. You don't, you can go, you don't even need by blood pressure kit because you can go to the pharmacy. They let you sit in their chair and they do all that foray for nothing. Okay. You don't need to go to a doctor to see if you're obese, you get on the scale. And if you're 25 pounds over your ideal weight for your body, for your height, guess what your obese, all this is in the book, um, which I have a set, it used to be called the trilogy books. Now it's called the quarte books. Legisla doctor lets say, herbal doctor passport therapy. And it's all in your head goes into 600 different diseases that you can deal with yourself, prevent and reverse.
Dr. Reese (00:52:56):
So we really don't need the medical establishment except for emergency infection, trauma and trauma. Yeah. Mm-hmm <affirmative> in insulin. If we needed to hold us over.
Dr. Wallach (00:53:08):
When, when you look at, uh, you go back to, um, malaria. All right. The, the first drugs from malaria came from Peru from the chin tree bark and they took that all over the world. Uh, kept malaria under control for hundreds of years. It wasn't until, until 1939, when this guy invented DDT and started killing mosquitoes that malaria disappeared. Mm they're. Just managing malaria with his herb. Okay. But then once they got the, um, D E T to kill the mosquitoes wasn't transmitted anymore. Right. Duh. And so these are the sort of things you had to look at. You have to look at all the aspects of a disease and not just the symptoms. Whereas the medical system, all they look at is the symptoms, cuz they want the patient to be happy within 24 to 48 hours.
Dr. Reese (00:53:59):
So doc you're what? 83, 82, 8 82 82.
Dr. Wallach (00:54:03):
Dr. Reese (00:54:04):
So what's your routine? What's your diet look like? What's your supplement routine?
Dr. Wallach (00:54:09):
Well, uh, my diet is every morning for breakfast. I'll have three poached eggs with soft yolks, two or three slices of five, the size of a slice of bread, but not that thick about a millimeter thick of smoked, uh, Sockeye red salmon from wild salmon from, uh, Alaska mm-hmm <affirmative> or a couple of lamb chops or gluten free pizza. And then I also have wild rice, three big scoops of wild rice, which I use are pink Hela salts on with butter. And I have, uh, two of these four ounce yogurts, Newsome, uh, yogurts. Um, I, I like the lemon and I, um, um, have two of those or gluten free and, and sugar free. And then I have all my supplements and of course I have the held brain and heart pack I have about, um, 25 sometime. I'll show you the table behind me.
Dr. Wallach (00:55:00):
I have, um, 40 different bottles on there and I take three to five of those tablets and capsules out of each one of those twice a day. I go through a lot of stuff cuz I can't afford to get sick as I'm at travel and all this kind of stuff. And so for lunch I have these, uh, baby bell cheeses along with, um, our rebound sports drink. Uh, sometimes I'll have a piece of the gluten-free pizza, but then for dinnertime I'll have lamb chops from, um, Australia. I'll have, um, T-bone steaks, I'll have the gluten-free pizzas. I'll have, um, sweet potatoes with butter and pink, heli and salt with a ground black pepper in it. And so I will also have, uh, vegetables. I will have things like carrots and, and tomatoes and celery and squash and things like that for salads. And um, I do have a glass of wine with dinner. I do have my ice cream and uh, I think, uh, that covers the territory
Dr. Reese (00:56:07):
You taking the Z radical.
Dr. Wallach (00:56:09):
Oh yeah. And I, I take Z radical and I also take the Fuco Z, which is the capsule form of the same recipe. I, I take Azera I take uh, Calta I take, uh, the BTT 2.0, I take the sticks of the rebound.
Dr. Reese (00:56:25):
You're loaded on nutrition.
Dr. Wallach (00:56:29):
<laugh> yeah, I, of course I have to. I pay for things. The company doesn't give me, people say, well, yeah, you're getting it free. Cause you own the company I pay for all my supplements I do exactly is all our distributors. Do I pay for my own supplements? I don't get a single product for free. Even when we're looking at product samples, if this, if the company that we're looking at gives us free samples, I'll get some of those. Once it becomes our product though, I have to pay for everything. And 20 I, I plan on living to be at least, um, a super Centre, 110 to 150 somewhere between 110 and 150 would be reasonable, but who knows, uh, doing this for as long as I've been doing it and I don't step out in front of a car, <laugh> that kind of stuff or get killed in an airplane crash.
Dr. Wallach (00:57:13):
Yeah. Um, kind of thing. Um, I could live to be the age of the, the people from hunters are their average life band is 120 and their oldest super centenarians lived to be in their a hundred sixties, a hundred sixties. And uh, right now in America, we've had over the past, let's see here a hundred years, we've had 70,000 CIN, 70,000, a hundred year olds over the last hundred years, we've had, um, 32 super centenarians, which are 110 years old and older, but that's about it. We don't have anybody living be 150, 160, that kind of stuff. Our average lifespan now, cause of COVID is 75. We're leaving 80 years on the table. And so why not be like these Huns who the longest lived ones, they don't, they don't live, leave any years on the table. They're, they're living longer than the human life expectancy in the world, which 155 and they live to be 160.
Dr. Wallach (00:58:12):
And so they're the only ones. Uh, you look at, uh, you look at, um, uh, Russia, they live to be 72. You subtract that from 155. They leave 83 years on the table. France is, um, let's see here, 87. So they're leaving 73 years on the table. Um, Hunza lives to be 82. They're leaving 73 years on the table. Uh, excuse me. New Zealand, New Zealand leaves 82 years on the table. Um, that's their <inaudible>. And so they're leaving 73 years on the table. Um, the Philippines live to be 69.6. They leave 80, 85 0.4 years on the table. And um, the medical doctors in the emergency rooms, their average lifespan is 57. They leave 98 years on the table. Doctors know nothing about longevity. Hmm. They know nothing about longevity. Now, if you get run over by a truck and you're bleeding internally, you gotta go to an emergency room. But if you want to live a long health life, you get the quarte books. Let's play doctor let's herbal doctor password from therapy, it's on your head, get the hair analysis, get on the healthy brain and heart pack and all the secret sauces necessary to deal with all the different diseases that you might have. Your preexisting conditions get rid of those. And you'll add, you know, 25 to 50 he years of your life.
Dr. Reese (00:59:35):
Dr. Wallach (00:59:36):
And so, but you gotta be proactive here. You can't have one cheat day a month. You cannot have one cheat day a month. You must be really, really, I mean, fired up. And this is the way it is. Well, my priority is to give everybody in the world 25 to 50 more healthful years, give them the information, give 'em availability of the products and the know how through books and CDs and DVDs, um, www dot DRJ, walk.com, www dot DRJ, walk.com and add those years to your life. Enjoy your kids, your grandkids, your grandkids, your great grandkids, your great, great grandkids. And why not?
Dr. Reese (01:00:14):
I'm inspired to go make some babies right now.
Dr. Wallach (01:00:18):
Be sure you're taking the good stuff. <laugh>
Dr. Reese (01:00:20):
Gotta be on the 90 essential first, right?
Dr. Wallach (01:00:22):
That's right. Yeah. For at least at least six months. And of course the ladies gotta be on for at least six months also off of gluten and at least six months on the 90, you must do this forever. Cause you gotta be show the kid that you're doing this. So as they're growing up, they're gonna be doing it. And so you're gonna pass on this longevity. You're gonna pass on this good health to your offspring and your um, um, kids that come from you. Okay.
Dr. Reese (01:00:49):
We were designed <laugh> to have proper nutrition, right?
Dr. Wallach (01:00:53):
That's correct. It's called the garden of Eden.
Dr. Reese (01:00:57):
All right. How about pineapple? I got pineapple on my shirt here.
Dr. Wallach (01:01:01):
Well, it's fine. How many nutrients are in that pineapple? You don't know?
Dr. Reese (01:01:04):
I have no idea.
Dr. Wallach (01:01:06):
<laugh> okay. So you take your 90th cent, nutrients and eat your pineapple.
Dr. Reese (01:01:09):
<laugh> it works for me. <laugh> it works for me, Dr. Walik. This has been a pleasure. Thank you for your time.
Dr. Wallach (01:01:18):
Well thank you for having me. Let's do it again.
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