Dr. Joel Wallach talks about diabetes, heart cancer, arthritis, obesity, autism, Alzheimer's disease, pregnancy, pregnancy, congenital defects and libido hormones. Dr. Wallach is the founder of Youngevity and the 90 Essential Nutrition supplement line.
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Dr. Joel D. Wallach
Wallach Naturopathy Race
In the early 1980s, Wallach served as a "Metabolic Physician of the Form"  a term given to those treating cancer patients by administering "laetrile", also known as vitamin B17, a substance that contains cyanide which is derived from apricot kernels, clinically proven to be ineffective against cancer  (many criminal charges have been filed against people selling laetrile as a cancer treatment, swindling thousands of desperate patients.) Also, laetrile is a of the most popular cancer treatment options infamous Tijuana cancer clinics that operate outside of the legal jurisdiction of the United States. )
Several years later, Wallach worked at the infamous "Santa Monica Hospital" in Tijuana (the "alternative medicine" clinic that recently gained notoriety when Coretta Scott King died there) operated by the infamous Kurt Donsbach,  known for his long history. offender activities that include practicing unlicensed medicine, drug smuggling, tax evasion, making false health claims, using fake diagnostic devices, and more. 
The Nobel nomination
In 1991, a naturist group allegedly tried to nominate Wallach for a Nobel Prize in Medicine for his research on CF. The Nobel committee does not inform the nominees of their nomination, and apparently, they denied that Wallach was a legitimate candidate to start.  Despite this, Wallach's tapes, "Dead Doctors Do not Lie," as well as Wallach's other promotional material, boldly declare "Nominated for the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1991."
More naturopathic adventures
Two years later it was reported that Wallach participated in the sale of vitamins and hydrogen peroxide in an MLM scheme.  In 1995, a relative of one of Wallach's patients reported his concerns to the National Council Against Health Fraud (NCAHF) when the patient died in Wallach's care where he dispensed chelation therapy (a treatment used to treat heavy metal poisoning) for heart disease; a notorious misuse of the treatment. The relative expressed concern that Wallach had convinced the patient not to be treated by his usual doctor; therefore, he did not seek adequate medical help and he died. 
Colloidal mineral promotion
In the early 1990s, the now infamous Wallach conference entitled "Dead Doctors Do not Lie" was recorded and used to promote the T.J.Clark colloidal mineral brand. T.J. Clark and Co soon severed commercial relations with Wallach, apparently due to the unwanted reputation caused by the absurd lies made throughout his DDDL presentation. Wallach then switched to another colloidal mineral company, this time Soaring Eagle Ventures, which also ended its business relationship in 1997, after which Wallach started its own line of Colloidal Minerals (which now insists is the only reliable brand, despite be derived from the same mine as Soaring Eagle) through a multi-level marketing company that created called American Longevity.  American Longevity is apparently now controlled by his son Steve Wallach, who by the way has an oddly similar idiosyncratic writing style (characterized by, among many other revealing attributes, the constant incorrect placement of question marks at the end of sentences; something that came to my attention because many people who had contacted AL for advice were answered by Steve Wallach, before sending me his answer) to someone who, when my website first appeared, constantly sent me threatening and harassing emails . The IP address of this anonymous pig seemed to change from different states of Australia before ending in California at roughly the same time that Wallach Jr. toured the country giving promotional seminars to members of the American League before returning home. I'm sure it's just a coincidence.
note well American Longevity has changed its name to Youngevity® USA. Australian Longevity also changed its name to Youngevity® Australia. I suspect that at least part of the reason behind the name change was to prevent people searching the Internet for "American Longevity" and "Australian Longevity" from websites like this one.
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