One sentence has killed more people
than all the wars in American history. . .
You get all the nutrition you need from the four food groups."Youngevity Liquid Nutrition By Dr Wallach:
You must give your body all the raw materials it requires to maintain and renew itself in order to achieve healthful maximum potential.
But those raw materials so vital to your health can be hard to find. Centuries of mining, farming, irrigation, and acid rain have eroded life-giving minerals from our soil. These mineral-deficient soils are then used to grow and cultivate our food. Because of this, our food may be lacking in essential minerals
Colloidal Minerals-Dr Joel Wallach
Dead Doctors Don't Lie
A colloidal is a particle substance that retains its identity and remains in liquid suspension. Colloids are very small in size and therefore easily absorbed by the cells of the body. Plants convert metallic minerals into this form. Dr. Carey Reams, a well known biophysicist and biochemist, discovered that colloids can get so small they can go through glass. And that even within a colloid there can be a "solar system" of different minerals. They have a natural negative electrical charge. Dr. Reams found that the human body requires 84 of the known 106 elements to maintain optimum health. Many more than is currently recognized.
In 1925, a historic discovery was made by a rancher in Central Utah. Through an unusual set of circumstances the mineral remains of an ancient rain forest, determined by the US. Dept. of Interior to be from the Cretaceous Period, approximately 60 million to 127 million years old, were encapsulated and preserved. The material is "Humic Shale not bentonite, clay or dried up sea beds which is the most common source of so called
Colloidal Minerals. Only a small portion from various parts of the deposit are used to insure a balance of the over 65 various minerals and trace minerals that form the exclusive Majestic Earth product that meets Dr. Wallach s quality standards, the rest is sold to bulk processors and distributed under various no name labels. Only the Majestic Earth products represents the true plant derived product. Time tested by 70 years of use. This is the product all others try to compare themselves with.
These rare colloidal plant minerals are extracted with pure, cool clear water to the desired concentration and then processed through a complex array of special filters to allow only the organic colloidal minerals in the final solution. There are no preservatives, flavorings. or synthetic substances added.
Dr. Wallach's Majestic Earth liquid minerals have a natural negative electrical charge, which is the signature of the true plant derived mineral. This has two very important benefits. One, it greatly increases the transport and bio availability of other nutrients gotten from foods and/or vitamins and other supplements. And two, it will attract toxins and heavy metals from the body and flush them out. Clinical tests done here in the US. and in Germany have verified this.
The mineral product that
Dr. Wallach is referring to on his audio tape, "Dead Doctors Don't Lie", is a plant derived product which has been on the market for 70 years. There is a product being sold as "concentrated" which is a Clark Mine bulk item and has been on the market since late 1996. It is not what Dr. Wallach is referring to on the tape. It is called Bait and Switch. Clark makes no statements as to the mineral content, or concentration in the bulk product line . Buyer Beware. Dr. Wallach exclusively represents American Longevity/Youngevity and only endorses or recommends their liquid colloidal Wallach mineral products.
Minerals in their metallic form can be toxic to the human body. Dangerous levels of these metallic minerals can accumulate in the tissues and create serious health problems. These are found in the 2000 year old sea bed deposits, and are loaded with chloride. Very toxic inorganic minerals are being sold to an unsuspecting public under the guise of colloidal. The key factor is true plant derivation.
Plant source minerals, produced for
Dr. Joel Wallach and American Longevity / Youngevity SupraLife, Bio Lumin, Ancient Legacy, Essential Oils, NuVANTEs company are completely non-toxic, and is proven by its 70 year history of positive results with the thousands of its customers, and verified by the following scientific test done in Germany.
Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp, a biophysicist and professor at the Kaiserlautern University in Germany, developed a very sophisticated and precise method of determining whether or not a substance is toxic or to what degree it is beneficial to live cells. This method accurately measures the actual life energy output of these cells. The minerals not only tested completely non-toxic, but increased the cell's life energy output beyond what Dr. Popp had established as his optimum output benchmark. He congratulated us on the excellence of the product. No other manufacturer of natural
colloidal minerals has this test guaranteeing the safety and effectiveness of their product.
Dr. Wallach has been involved in biomedical research and clinical medicine for 30 years. He received his B.S. Degree from the University of Missouri with a major in animal husbandry (nutrition) and field crops; a D.V.M. (veterinarian) from the University of Missouri; a three year post doctoral fellowship from the Center for the Biology of Natural Systems, Washington University; and an N.D. from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine, Portland, Oregon.
Research by Dr. Wallach's has resulted in the publication of more than 70 peer review reference articles in the field of nutrition and pharmaceutical research; co-authored 8 textbooks and is the author of a text/reference book on the subject of comparative medicine (W.B. Saunders Publishing Co., 1983).
Research in comparative medicine by Dr. Wallach is based on more than 13,700 cases from the University of Missouri, Iowa State University, the Center for the Biology of Natural Systems, Washington University; the St. Louis Zoological Gardens; the Chicago Zoological Gardens;
the Yerkes Regional Primate Research Center, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia; the Nation College of Naturopathic Medicine, Portland, Oregon and Harbin Medical University, Harbin, Hei Long Jiang, Peoples Republic of China. He was a member of NIH site visit teams for four years and was a member of the 1968 NSF ad hoc committee that authored the 1968 Animal Welfare Act (humane housing and care of laboratory and captive exotic species); and Consulting Professor of Medicine, Harbin Medical University, Harbin, Hei
Long Jiang, Peoples Republic of China.
Dr. Joel Wallach
Born and raised in Missouri , Dr. Joel Wallach attended the University of Missouri , where he received a Bachelor's degree in Science of Agriculture. A veterinarian for 30 years, he worked as a research veterinary pathologist with The National Institute of Health for The Center for the Biology of Natural Systems, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri; Yerkes Regional Primate Research Center in Atlanta, Georgia, at Emory University.
Having discovered and identified the first animal models for cystic fibrosis- monkeys - he found that he could reproduce their condition at will because it was a nutritional deficiency.
His find offered great promise for children with the disease, but when he made it public, the institute fired him on 24- hours notice. Chagrined and perplexed, Dr. Wallach made the decision to go to medical school so he could treat children for cystic fibrosis himself.
Realizing that traditional medical school was likely to be as repressive as the National Institute he accepted an invitation to teach nutrition at The National College of Naturopathic Medicine in Oregon , not even knowing what a naturopathic doctor was. When he learned that he could be a primary care physician-deliver babies, sew up chainsaw wounds, write prescriptions and get paid by insurance- all through a program that encouraged interest in nutrition, he simultaneously enrolled as a full-time student. Soon people were flocking to the college clinic.
BACKGROUND INFORMATION AND PARTIAL BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR DR. JOEL WALLACH , BS, DVM , ND
Dr. Wallach 's research has resulted in the publication of more than 70 peer review and refereed journal articles in the fields of nutrition and pharmaceutical research, and he has made major contributions to eight multi-authored text and reference books on these subjects. The following is a general summary of his educational and biomedical research credentials:
Education - Dr. Wallach obtained a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture from the University of Missouri in 1962, with a major in Animal Husbandry (Nutrition) and a minor in Field Crops and Soils. In 1964 he was awarded a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine (D.V.M.), also from the University of Missouri . Thereafter, Dr. Wallach completed a three year (1965-68) post-doctoral fellowship at The Center for the Biology of Natural Systems at Washington University in St. Louis , Missouri . In 1982 he obtained a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine (N.D.) from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland , Oregon .
Publications - This is a partial chronological list of biomedical research publications authored (in whole or in part) by Dr. Wallach :
1.) Wallach , J.D. , Goitrogenic Hypothyroidism in Feeder Lambs. VM/SAC 60:1051-1053; 1965.
2.) Wallach JD, Doak RL, Schmidtke RP, Davis LE, Niemeyer KH., Thallium intoxication: a specific antidote, supportive therapy and clinical evaluation. VMSAC 60(12):1227-31 December 1967.
3.) Wallach , J.D. and Hoessle, C., Hypervitaminosis D in Green Iguanas. JAVMA 149:912-914; 1966.
4.) Wallach , J.D., The Immobilization of Rabbits and Guinea Pigs with M-99 (Etorphine), Unpublished Data. St. Louis Zoological Gardens, 1966.
5.) Wallach , J.D. , Immobilization and Translocation of the White (Square-lipped) Rhinoceros. JAVMA 149:871-874; 1966.
6.) Wallach JD, Howcroft T., Variable number of coronary os in the aorta of the Zululand wildebeeste. VMSAC 62(1):21-2 January 1967.
7.) Wallach , J.D. , Degenerative Arthritis In A Black Rhinoceros. JAVMA 151:887-889; 1967.
8.) Wallach , J.D. , Frueh R. , and Lentz, M., The Use of M-99 as an Immobilizing and Analgesic Agent in Captive Wild Animals. JAVMA 151:870-876; 1967.
9.) Wallach , J.D. and Hoessle, C., Visceral Gout in Captive Reptiles. JAVMA 151:897-899; 1967.
10.) Wallach JD, Hoessle C, Bennett J., Hypoglycemic shock in captive alligators. JAVMA 151(7):893-6 ; October 1, 1967.
11.) Wallach JD, Flieg GM., Nutritional secondary hyperparathyroidism in captive psittacine birds. JAVMA 151(7):880-3 ; October 1, 1967.
12.) Wallach , J.D. , Angioedema Associated with Strawberry Ingestion by a Gorilla. JAVMA 153:879-880; 1968.
13.) Wallach , J.D. and Hoessle, C., Fibrous Osteodystrophy in Green Iguanas. JAVMA 153:863-865; 1968.
14.) Wallach , J.D. and C. Hoessle , Hypervitaminosis D in Green Iguanas, and Fibrous Osteodystrophy in Green Iguanas. JAVMA 153:863-865; 1968.
15.) Wallach , J.D. and Anderson , J.L. , Oripavine (M99) Combinations and Solvents for Immobilization of the African Elephant. JAVMA 153:793-797; 1968.
16.) Wallach JD., Williamson WM, M.99-induced recumbency and analgesia in a giraffe. JAVMA 153(7):816-7; October 1, 1968.
17.) Wallach , J.D. and Williamson , W.M. , Partial List of Parasites Found at Necropsy at the Chicago and St. Louis Zoological Parks. Proc. Ann. Meet. Am. Assoc. Zoo Vet. Mich. St. U. , E. Lansing , MI. December 10-11, 1968 , pp. 7-8.
18.) Wallach , J.D. and Frueh, R., Pilot Study of an Organophosphate Anthelmintic in Camels and Primates. JAVMA 153:798-799; 1968.
19.) Wallach , J.D. and Hoessle, C., Steatitis in Captive Crocodilians. JAVMA 153:845-847; 1968.
20.) Wallach , J.D. , Wild Animal Immobilization with the Oripavine M-99. Missouri Vet. Winter, 12-15; 1968.
21.) Wallach , J.D. , Common Diseases and Recommended Treatments for Waterfowl and Game Birds. Modern Game Breeding 5:18-25; 1969.
22.) Wallach , J.D. and Flieg, G.M. , Frostbite and Its Sequelae in Captive Birds. JAVMA 155:1035-1038; 1969.
23.) Wallach , J.D. Hand-rearing and Observations of a White Rhinoceros, Dicero S. Sims . Int. Zoo Yearbook, London Zoo l. Soc. 9:103-104; 1969.
24.) Wallach , J.D. , Etorphine (M-99), a New Analgestic Immobilizing Agent and Its Antagonists . VM/SAC:53-57; January, 1969.
25.) Wallach , J.D. and G.M. Flieg , Nutritional Secondary Hyperparathyroidism in Captive Birds . JAVMA 155:1046; 1969.
26.) Wallach , J.D. , Medical Care of Reptiles . JAVMA 155:1017-1034; 1969.
27.) Wallach , J.D. , Frueh, R. and Lentz, M., The Use of M99 as an Immobilizing and Analgesic Agent in Captive Wild Animals . JAVMA 151:870-876; 1969.
28.) Wallach , J.D. , A Simple Technique for the Collection of Blood From Small Zoo Animals . JAVMA 157:694-695; 1970.
29.) Wallach , J.D. and G.M. Flieg , Cramps and Fits in Carnivorous Birds . Int. Zoo Yearbook, London Zoological Society 10:3-4; 1970.
30.) Wallach , J.D. , Disease Problems in Group and Zoogeographic Displays Proc. Ann. Meet. Am. Assoc. Zoo Mich. State U., pp. 99-101. East Lansing , MI , October 12-14, 1970 .
31.) Wallach , J.D. and Middleton , C.C. , Naturally Occurring Atherosclerosis in Aoudads . Acta Zoologica et Pathologica Antverpiensia , No. 50, 45-54, 1970.
32.) Wallach , J.D. and Hoessle, C., M99 as an Immobilizing Agent in Poikilothermes . VM/SAC 65:163-167; 1970.
33.) Wallach JD., Tumbleson ME, Middleton CC., Serum biochemic and hematologic parameters of adult aoudas (Ammotragus lervia) in captivity . LAC (2)242-5 April 20, 1970.
34.) Wallach , J.D. , Nutritional Diseases of Exotic Animals . JAVMA 157:583-599; 1970.
35.) Wallach , J.D. , Diseases of Reptiles and Their Clinical Management , In Kirk, R.W. , Current Veterinary Therapy IV , pp. 433-439. Philadelphia , W.B. Saunders Co., 1971.
36.) Wallach , J.D. , Exotic Diets Are Not For Exotic Pets . Gaines Small Anim. Nutr . Workshop, U. of Ill. ; March 1971.
37.) Wallach , J.D. , Lumpy Jaw in Captive Kangaroos . Int. Zoo Yearbook, London Zool. Society 11:13; 1971.
38.) Wallach , J.D. and Williamson , W.M. , M-99 Induced Recumbency in a Camel . J. Zoo. Anim. Med. 2:27 ; April 1971.
39.) Wallach , J.D. , Williamson , W.M. and Lagarde, K., Normal Blood Values of Siberian Ibex . J. Zoo. Anim. Med. 2:22-23; June 1971.
40.) Wallach , J.D. , Nutritional Problems in Zoos , in Cornell Nutrition Conference for Feed Manufacturers , pp. 10-19. Buffalo , N.Y. , 1971.
41.) Wallach , J.D. , Environmental and Nutritional Diseases of Captive Reptiles . JAVMA 159:1632-1640, 1971.
42.) Wallach , J.D., The Management and Medical Care of Goldfish . JAVMA 159:583-595; 1971.
43.) Wallach , J.D. , Gauntlet of the Cage . J.Zoo Anim. Med. 330-46; June 1972.
44.) Wallach , J.D. , The Nutrition and Feeding of Captive Ruminants in Zoos , in Digestive Physiology and Nutrition of Ruminants , pp. 292-307. Oregon State University Press, Vol. 3, 1972.
45.) Wallach , J.D., The Management and Medical Care of Pinnepeds . J.Zoo Anim. Med. Vol. 3, No. 4, 45-72; December 1972.
46.) Wallach , J.D. , Surgical Techniques for Caged Birds . Vet. Clin. North Am., 3:229-236; 1973.
47.) Wallach JD., Boever WJ, Mycobacterium chelonei infection in a natterer manatee.
JAVMA 169(9):927-9. November 1, 1976.
48.) Wallach , J.D. , Anasthesia of Reptiles , In Kirk, R. W. (ed.), Current Veterinary Therapy VI: Small Animal Practice , pp. 807-808. Philadelphia, W. B. Saunders Co., 1977.
49.) Wallach , J.D. , Erysipelas in Two Captive Diana Monkeys . JAVMA 171:979-980; 1977.
50.) Wallach , J.D. and Silberman, M.S., Foot care for Captive Elephants . JAVMA 171:906-907; 1977.
51.) Wallach , J.D. , Management and Nutritional Problems in Captive Reptiles , In Kirk, R.W. (ed.), Current Veterinary Therapy VI: Small Animal Practice , pp. 778-787. Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders Co., 1977.
52.) Wallach , J.D. , Cystic Fibrosis: A Proposal of Etiology and Pathogenesis -Workshop on Model Systems for the Study of Cystic Fibrosis. Bethesda , Md. , May 25-26, 1978 .
53.) Wallach , J.D. , Feeding and Nutritional Diseases (Reptiles) , In Fowler, M.E. (ed.), Zoo and Wild Animal Medicine , pp. 123-128. Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders Co., 1978.
54.) Wallach , J.D. , Reptile Physiology , In Fowler, M.E. (ed.), Zoo and Wild Animal Medicine , pp. 114-119. Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders Co., 1978.
55.) Wallach , J.D. and Josephine E. Wallach , Rhino Express. Vantage Press, New York , N.Y. ; 1978.
56.) Wallach , J.D. , Ursidae , In Fowler, M.A. (ed.) Zoo and Wild Animal Medicine , pp. 628-637. Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders Co., 1978.
57.) Wallach , J.D. and B. Germaise , Cystic Fibrosis: A Perinatal Manifestation of Selenium Deficiency , pp. 469-476. Thirteenth Annual Conference of Trace Elements in Environmental Health. University of Missouri , Columbia , MO. ,June 1979.
58.) Wallach , J.D. , The Mechanics of Nutrition For Exotic Pets . Vet. Clin. North America 9:405-414; 1979.
59.) Wallach , J.D. and K. Lagarde , Air Sacculitis in Guenons . Unpublished Data, Chicago Zoological Society.
60.) Wallach , J.D. , A Defense Against The New Epidemic . N.C.N.M. News, Vol. 1, No. 5, 3; March 1980.
61.) Wallach , J.D. , Laboratory Perspectives: Hair Analysis Part I: Chromium . N.C.N.M. News, Vol. 1, No. 6, 4; April 1980.
62.) Wallach , J.D. , Laboratory Perspectives: Hair Analysis Part II: Zinc . N.C.N.M. News, Vol. 2, No. 1, 3; December 1980.
63.) Wallach , J.D. , Laboratory Perspectives Part III : Hair Analysis Copper . Nat. Coll. of Naturopathic Med. Review, Vol. 2, No. 2, 6-7; Feb/Mar 1981.
64.) Wallach , J.D. , Laboratory Perspectives Part IV: Hair Analysis: Ca:Mg . Nat. Coll. of Naturopathic Med. Review, Vol. 2, No. 3, 9-11; Apr/May 1981.
65.) Wallach , J.D. , Laboratory Perspectives Part V: Hair Analysis: Selenium . Nat. Coll. of Naturopathic Med. Review, Vol. 2, No. 4, 11-14; June/July 1981.
66.) Wallach , J.D. and Hoff, G.L. , Metabolic and Nutritional Diseases of Reptiles , In Hoff, G.L. and Davis , J.W. (eds.) Noninfectiopus Diseases of Wildlife , pp. 155-167. Ames , IA , The Iowa State University Press, 1982.
67.) Wallach , J.D. and Cooper , R., Nutrition of Wild Birds , In Hoff, G.L. and Davis , J.W. , Noninfectious Diseases of Wild Animals , pp. 113-126. Ames , IA , The Iowa State University Press, 1982.
68.) Wallach , J.D. and W.J. Boever , Diseases of Exotic Animals: Medical and Surgical Management . W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia ; 1983. This authoritative treatise is widely circulated and respected in the professional veterinary establishment.
69.) Wallach, J.D. and Ma Lan, M.D., Common Denominators in the Etiology and Pathology of Visceral Lesions of Cystic Fibrosis and Keshan Disease , in Chinese Journal of Endemiology , 1989.
70.) Wallach , J.D. and Ma Lan, M.D., Let’s Play Doctor , Wellness Publication, LLC, Bonita , CA ; 1989, 2002.
71.) Wallach , J.D. and Ma Lan, M.D., Rare Earths: Forbidden Cures . Double Happiness Publishing Co., Bonita , CA , 1994.
72.) Wallach , J.D. and Ma Lan, M.D., Dead Doctors Don’t Lie , Legacy Communications Group, Inc., Franklin , TN , 1999.
73.) Wallach , J.D. and Ma Lan, M.D., Let’s Play Herbal Doctor , Wellness Publications, LLC, Bonita , CA , 2002.
74.) Wallach , J.D. and Ma Lan, M.D., God Bless America , Wellness Publications, LLC, Bonita , CA 2002.
75.) Wallach , J.D. and Ma Lan, M.D., Hell's Kitchen , Wellness Publications, LLC, Bonita , CA 2004.
76.) Wallach , J.D. and Ma Lan, M.D., Passport To Aromatherapy , Wellness Publications, LLC, Bonita , CA 2005.
77.) Wallach , J.D. and Ma Lan, M.D., Black Gene Lies , Wellness Publications, LLC, Bonita , CA 2006.
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