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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to our wallet night with Wednesday and tonight we have 30 min to listen to some information here with Dr. 00:00:15.000 –> 00:00:37.000
Dole Wallach and legally we must say that this meeting is for educational and entertainment purposes only. For what you hear tonight is not intended to diagnose treat or cure anybody, but that being said, it takes great discipline and changes in our mindset and our habits to have these protocols work. 00:00:37.000 –> 00:00:45.000
So please, we ask you to mute your phone and after Dr. Wallet speaks and you’ll be able to ask your questions. 00:00:45.000 –> 00:00:48.000
We’re here to seek true science-based clinical advice and on the use of nutrition and we want to feel better. 00:00:48.000 –> 00:00:57.000
So if you have a desire to make a change for 90 days in your lifestyle, you’ve come to the right place. 00:00:57.000 –> 00:01:07.000
Well, it’s research and the development team has created an army while raising his children from a boat house, a zoo, and on the road. 00:01:07.000 –> 00:01:09.000
And I just like to thank you all for coming tonight. We so appreciate the time that we get to spend with Dr. 00:01:09.000 –> 00:01:16.000
Wallach. And we’re honored to have you. Thank you, Dr. Wallace. 00:01:16.000 –> 00:01:18.000
The call is yours. 00:01:18.000 –> 00:01:27.000
Oh, okay. Alright. I wanna talk a little bit. Tonight about The excess cost. 00:01:27.000 –> 00:01:34.000
Of the Megal system. And that’s because insurance pays for things and so doctors kind of raise the price because insurance pays. 00:01:34.000 –> 00:01:40.000
I don’t feel like they’re hurting the patient financially because insurance base. But it doesn’t. 00:01:40.000 –> 00:01:54.000
Support better treatment. Okay, doesn’t support better treatment. Let’s look at, we spend 345 billion dollars a year in America just to treat the symptoms of Alzheimer’s. 00:01:54.000 –> 00:02:07.000
Not prevent it or cure it just to treat the symptoms, 345 billion dollars. Each year. 00:02:07.000 –> 00:02:15.000
MS, and T. Embrace syndrome, which is multiple strosis. So the spinal cord, we spend 85 billion dollars a Parkinson’s is easy for working on real hard. 00:02:15.000 –> 00:02:23.000
Each year in America, we spend 52 billion dollars to treat the symptoms. But not to prevent or cured. 00:02:23.000 –> 00:02:28.000
Let’s see here frontal temporal dementia which is kind of a new division of Alzheimer’s disease. 00:02:28.000 –> 00:02:38.000
The name says it all, frontal temporal dementia. We spend 7.2 8 billion dollars a year to treat that. 00:02:38.000 –> 00:02:46.000
Okay. I see here. I see here we have. 00:02:46.000 –> 00:02:56.000
Okay, Jacob’s disease. Okay, Jacobs disease. Let’s see here. We spend. 00:02:56.000 –> 00:03:10.000
300 billion dollars a year to treat that one. Okay. See here. Hey, ALS, A, MAAM, and, Trophic Glasgow, which is, At 1 point. 00:03:10.000 –> 00:03:20.000
1 point O 2 billion dollars, Oh, gary disease. And then. Let’s see here. 00:03:20.000 –> 00:03:35.000
It’s one of those things where. The The whole idea is to 3 people. Well, when you look at the ecosystem, most of what they do treat symptoms, relieve pain or nothing wrong with that. 00:03:35.000 –> 00:03:43.000
Okay. Lower blood pressure, that’s wrong with that, but they really rarely get to the basic root cause of the problem. 00:03:43.000 –> 00:03:47.000
Let’s see here. Arthritis, you share in America. We treat. 00:03:47.000 –> 00:03:56.000
58.5 million cases per year. In America, arthritis. Okay. And let’s see here. 00:03:56.000 –> 00:04:01.000
June arthritis in the United States, under 16 years of ages 300,000. Per year. 00:04:01.000 –> 00:04:16.000
3 million in the world under age 16. And then let’s see here the annual cost of. Of arthritis in states just the annual cost of treatment not to prevent or curious just to treat the symptoms. 00:04:16.000 –> 00:04:28.000
626.8 billion dollars. How’s your process? When you look at the 3 main characters here, United States, Canada and European Union. 00:04:28.000 –> 00:04:40.000
Good. Combined, we spend 6.5 trillion dollars a year just to treat this. United States part of that which is 2.3 trillion dollars a year just to treat the symptoms. 00:04:40.000 –> 00:04:50.000
At the 626.8 billion dollars for that. We’re spending over 3 trillion dollars a year just to treat the symptoms of honesty approach. 00:04:50.000 –> 00:04:59.000
This is a mess, okay? Then. As you approaching the school, which is running rampant right now. 00:04:59.000 –> 00:05:03.000
I see it so much. It’s just very scary. Doctors know nothing about this. That’s why Dr. 00:05:03.000 –> 00:05:16.000
Alan and I and Rebecca came up with the book and the CD set. It’s all in your head because doctors know nothing about OSC processes. 00:05:16.000 –> 00:05:20.000
When the first trainer was being squeezed, lose your census mail. That’s the old factory. 00:05:20.000 –> 00:05:26.000
You’re the second trainer. School, he’s the update nerd. You get, oh, NAFTA, atrophy and you can get. 00:05:26.000 –> 00:05:34.000
Let’s see here. Glaucoma, which is blood, blood pressure, but the pressure in the eye going up. 00:05:34.000 –> 00:05:35.000
Okay. 00:05:35.000 –> 00:05:41.000
You have manky generation. Okay, were, were the. Optic nerve, they have to garden optic v, go in and out. 00:05:41.000 –> 00:05:48.000
On the back of the eye. Okay. And one of those things where we really, really were in trouble. 00:05:48.000 –> 00:05:54.000
Okay, the cranler of number 2 optic nerve atrophy. Mytosis, cranialer, number 3. 00:05:54.000 –> 00:06:05.000
Cables not responded lights so when the light comes under your pupil should narrow down. A lot of that light going in your eye, but it doesn’t do that. 00:06:05.000 –> 00:06:17.000
They’re train. 00:06:17.000 –> 00:06:24.000
We still connected. We lose doc. 00:06:24.000 –> 00:06:25.000
Boston. 00:06:25.000 –> 00:06:30.000
Docs. 00:06:30.000 –> 00:06:34.000
Per second. 00:06:34.000 –> 00:06:38.000
Must be cold there in San Diego, huh? 00:06:38.000 –> 00:06:44.000
Yeah. Good. 00:06:44.000 –> 00:06:56.000
Guy to throw an extra blanket on the bed last night. It was freezing here. 00:06:56.000 –> 00:06:59.000
That’s global warming, Dave. 00:06:59.000 –> 00:07:08.000
Right. I wish. 00:07:08.000 –> 00:07:09.000
We lost. 00:07:09.000 –> 00:07:11.000
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Just off the call. Okay. 00:07:14.000 –> 00:07:21.000
Yikes. Alright. 00:07:21.000 –> 00:07:22.000
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In the chat any way to test for osteo process of the skull. 00:07:27.000 –> 00:07:29.000
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I don’t think there’s an actual test. There’s questions. You know, ringing in the ears. 00:07:39.000 –> 00:07:51.000
You know, lots of bad dental, issues. You know, throat issues like if you’re feeling like you got something stuck in your throat. 00:07:51.000 –> 00:08:01.000
Even some vision issues. Cause the, so what asked your approach of the scholars is the. 00:08:01.000 –> 00:08:08.000
We have 2 pairs or 12 pairs of cranial nerves that come out each side of the skull. 00:08:08.000 –> 00:08:19.000
And they come out little pinholes and those little pinholes fill up with bone matrix. Because of the osteoporosis and they start crushing. 00:08:19.000 –> 00:08:28.000
The nerves that come through those pinholes. And the crushing nerves. Cause these issues and it’s all reversible. 00:08:28.000 –> 00:08:42.000
You know, when you stop the ongoing damage. By stopping the bad foods. And then you start adding the raw materials the body needs to do what it’s supposed to do, heal itself. 00:08:42.000 –> 00:08:50.000
So we, you know, the body was designed to heal itself, but it can’t if we don’t have these raw materials. 00:08:50.000 –> 00:08:56.000
They’re called the building blocks of life. Docs, 90 essential nutrients, 60 minerals, 16 vitamins, 12 amino acids, and 2 fatty acids. 00:08:56.000 –> 00:09:05.000
We need those every day for life. 00:09:05.000 –> 00:09:09.000
Okay, I think I’m back. I don’t know what was going on there. 00:09:09.000 –> 00:09:10.000
Alright, Doc. We got you. Thank you. 00:09:10.000 –> 00:09:18.000
Okay, good. Okay, so Thank you. Okay, try general nerve. 00:09:18.000 –> 00:09:25.000
That’s the fifth trainer. Very painful. This is one of the most painful things. Have happened and that gets squeezed by the skull. 00:09:25.000 –> 00:09:33.000
It’s extremely painful. Hi, gentlemen, I usually one side starts first and then maybe a couple of weeks later this second time will pop in. 00:09:33.000 –> 00:09:46.000
Okay, double vision, for business. Okay, it’s the sixth frame of being squeezed. Pell’s, the system, the, it’s kind of like you have a stroke on one side, your face will group. 00:09:46.000 –> 00:09:55.000
And maybe a week or 2 later the second side will droop. Okay, then we have The, being squeezed tonight. It says ringing in the ears. 00:09:55.000 –> 00:10:05.000
That’s the auditory branch of the ice cream, there being squeezed. Deafness again is an HR nerve being squeezes the good. 00:10:05.000 –> 00:10:16.000
The part of the Okay, it deals with this hearing. The vertigo. Vertigo. 00:10:16.000 –> 00:10:18.000
Okay, that’s again the the seamless branch of the HTML are being squeezed. 00:10:18.000 –> 00:10:36.000
We have all those together. It’s called It’s the. Kind of number 9, which is Glasgow, you get a lot of the gag reflex. 00:10:36.000 –> 00:10:43.000
You, lose your sense of taste, your voice changes. This is very, very disruptive, okay? 00:10:43.000 –> 00:10:50.000
Then, Kranler, number 10, Yes, for, this is extremely painful. Yesterday, I actually had a call. 00:10:50.000 –> 00:11:02.000
Earlier today, somebody was diagnosed against the priestess. That’ll bring you to your knees and doctors will tell you have a also, they want take your stomach out. 00:11:02.000 –> 00:11:06.000
No, and see. Ten’re being squeezed. It goes all the way down into your stomach. 00:11:06.000 –> 00:11:16.000
CLPD, Contractor, CC, Disease. Hiccups, it’s a branch of the Tanzaner, goes your diaphragm, cause hiccups, and 80 of H for fibrillation. 00:11:16.000 –> 00:11:26.000
The. Tim’s trail nerds that they use in your art. Okay, and tell your heart what to do. 00:11:26.000 –> 00:11:30.000
And you have a. The doctors think it’s a. Something wrong with the heart. There’s nothing wrong with the heart. 00:11:30.000 –> 00:11:40.000
Is that tense from your being squeezed? You also can get tanky cardio which is rapid in heart rate. 00:11:40.000 –> 00:12:00.000
You can get Brady Carry which is just sober

GOOD FOOD/BAD FOODS LIST Dr. Wallach has a recommend a list of foods that you should avoid in order to help the body heal its self naturally. The Good Foods are acceptable to eat in a balanced diet. THESE ARE THE GOOD FOODS Eggs can benefit when eaten as a protein for a meal. 3 at a time in any one meal, 3 times a day. Poach This is his number one choice because the water or broth never reaches a temperature greater than 212 degrees. Scramble with butter over very low heat and only until they are just setting up. If you can hear them cooking it’s too hot. Hard/Soft boiled with the yolk still runny. Bring pot to a boil, then put in eggs for 4 – 5 minutes. Take out and immediately place them in very cold water to cool and this will also help you peel the egg shell off easily when you’re ready to eat them. Raw Eggs are good BUT you must increase your “biotin” because egg whites contain a protein that may interfere with your body’s ability to make use of it. This can be done by taking the Ultimate Hair, Skin & Nails Formula Salt Fish
Chicken Butter
Pork Lard (yes lard)
Lamb Red Wine
Beef — rare/medium rare Coffee, Tea, Green Tea
Veggies Fruit
Rice Beans
Couscous (made from pearl millet only).
4 – 8, 8oz glasses of filtered water each day.. Avoid soft plastic bottles.
Any carbohydrate (except oatmeal) that is “Gluten Free” is OK.
Salt your food to taste – To properly digest your food you need stomach acid and salt helps in the creation of stomach acid. Use Butter – Margarine is simply oil in a solid state. If you cook with butter, make sure the heat is low enough that the butter doesn’t turn brown in the pan. BAD FOODS SHOULD BE AVOIDED Wheat
Oats, Oatmeal – even if it says its gluten free
Fried Food– nothing fried! You should boil, broil or bake and never more than medium rare for red meat
Oils – This includes Olive Oil, no canola, no coconut, etc… If it has OIL in the name don’t use it. This also includes anything made from oil, like salad dressing. Dr. Wallach recommends using salt and lemon juice as a salad dressing. No margarine or combo spreads. No mayonnaise. Nothing made from oils.
No burned fats– If you grill your food, try to have something between the food and the fire (like aluminum foil) so the juice doesn’t drip onto the flame and deposit dangerous things onto the meat.
Any nitrates added to meat– Deli meat, tell your butcher NO NITRATES or NITRITES
No carbonated drinks of any kind within one hour before, during or after one hour of meals
Skin of a baked potato or yam. If you boil a potato you can eat the skin
Corn– only 100% GMO free
Soy Pure Buckwheat has FAGO Pyrites that are also harmful

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