The fewer the nutrients, the poorer the health

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Once upon a time on his family farm in Missouri Dr. Joel Wallach, renowned veterinarian, speaker and author (Dead Doctors Don’t Lie), experienced a growing curiosity that eventually inspired him to embark on a lifelong mission of studying the relationship between nutrients and healthy bodies.

It started like this:

His family went to a great deal of trouble raising the calves that would later go to market, Wallach explained, carefully nurtured with salt blocks, mineral blocks and nutritious feed. The family grew their own squash, beans, corn and tomatoes, as well.

So young Wallach wondered why the cattle, which ate their plants off the same land the humans did, were given those extra minerals and the humans didn’t take any.

How come we don’t give ourselves the same vitamins, minerals and trace minerals we give the calves? he asked his father. There was no answer that made sense to the curious boy, but later he came to his own conclusion. They didn’t have insurance for the cattle, so they had to keep them healthy naturally.

There was no Blue Cross, Blue Shield, Medicare, Medicaid and hospitalization for calves. If the livestock were to have a human healthcare type of system, hamburger would cost $275 a pound and skinless chicken breast would be $450 a pound, Wallach said. Healthcare costs for animals were simply greatly reduced or elimiated by preventing and curing disease with nutrition.

Dr. Wallach has spent 50 years preaching and practicing the gospel of nutrition that is essential to good health. And why so many modern people are suffering and dying from a plague of lifestyle diseases such as cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, autism, arthritis, obesity and other afflictions.

Just because most of us aren’t consuming the nutrition we need.

“Basically, what you want to do is take all 90 essential nutrients, 60 minerals, 16 vitamins, 12 essential amino acids, and 3 essential fatty acids. These are called essential nutrients for 2 reasons. Number one, your body cannot manufacture them. You must consume them every day either as food or supplements. Number two, if any one of these essential nutrients is missing for a couple of months or couple of years, you get, on average, ten deficiency diseases.

“Ten deficiency diseases times 90 essential nutrients, that’s 900 diseases you can potentially prevent simply by supplementing properly.”

Hopefully this brief message from Dr. Wallach will motivate you to research and learn how you can live longer and healthier… naturally!

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