Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Dr. Wallach's recommendations for scoliosis

Between about 13:00 and 20:00 in the following audio recording, Dr. Wallach helps a caller asking about scoliosis.

(this is from the Dead Doctors Don't Lie radio show, 12/2/2014)

Dr. Wallach recommends a gluten-free diet (no wheat barley rye or oats) plus 1 healthy bone and joint pack, 2 selenium twice a day, 2 Imortalium twice a day to help promote stem cells, and recommends using an inversion table/inversion board for the health of the spine, working up to 10 mins vertical time 2 or 2 times per day over the course of 4-6 months.

Personally, I would also recommend that they learn everything about the Weston A. Price Foundation and the GAPS diet, and to use their nutritional principles including traditionally fermented cod liver oil, lots of butter, whole raw dairy like raw milk cream and butter (or at least some the grass-fed raw butter oil from Green Pasture to harden the teeth), lots of gelatinous broth and egg yolks (you don't need to buy gelatin supplements like Gluco-gel if you make your own broth).  I also recommend avoiding all fluoride toothpaste!  If you want to promote good dental health, teach these scoliosis victims about the book Cure Tooth Decay by Ramiel Nagel - have them read that book or watch his presentations.  Don't forget to eat plenty of lactofermented vegetables!  Kosher dill pickles, sauerkraut and kim chi are excellent foods for enhancing digestion and supercharging mineral absorption.

Note: Dr. Wallach recommend avoiding all rods in scoliosis surgery because that would "doom them for the rest of their adult life".  He said to wait 4-6 months before doing a surgery.  I recommend waiting a lot longer, you see, Dr. Wallach is a little myopic here.  It took me 4 years to actually start taking the fermented cod liver oil, after someone had recommended it to me.  And my joints are thanking me, my eyesight is improving.  I think Dr. Wallach could get a lighter prescription on his glasses if he took the cod liver oil, and I know that he should be recommending it (along with raw butter) for scoliosis victims.

Dr. Weston Price said it is possible to starve for minerals that are abundant in the foods eaten without an adequate quantity of the fat-soluble activators.  Dr. Wallach should be helping his patients maximize their absorption of minerals with WAPF nutritional principles and the GAPS diet, and should be warning his patients about the dangers of fluoride.



Phazer said...

Spinal surgery is an invasive and dangerous procedure, and one that should only be undertaken after all other options have been exhausted. Unfortunately, some people having scoliosis underwent spinal fusion surgery and faced some complications.

John Mclaughlin said...

It really is interesting how there are so many different kinds of ways that people are able to have their scoliosis taken care of. I personally really like that you mentioned to make sure to take certain medicines and vitamins, I believe that is what they were. Hopefully this will be something that ends up helping others to be able to have the best chance of having normal spine function as possible. Thank you for sharing.

Anonymous said...

Hi i had spunal fusion done 20 years ago. Would there be any advantage in removing the rods and taking these supplements and changing my diet. I do take bone broth, fermented foods etc.