Dead Doctors Don't Lie

Dead Doctors Don't Lie

Book - 2014
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Skyrocketing health-care costs today are forcing many people to take another look at conventional medical treatment and determine how they can eliminate a major portion of costly medical expenses. The authors discuss the importance of the ninety essential nutrients and sixty essential minerals and how they affect your body and health. Their principle medical axiom is: It's not what you eat that kills you, it's what you don't eat.
Publisher: Bonita, CA : Wellness Publications LLC., 2014
Edition: 4th ed
ISBN: 9780974858104
Characteristics: xii, 406 ; 24 cm. + 1 audiodisc (4 3/4 in.)
Additional Contributors: Lan, Ma (Microsurgeon)


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Sep 14, 2014

The good: The basic advice of this book is that we are lacking essential minerals in our diet & if we were to get them in adequate amounts, we should be able to fend off &/or cure most illnesses.

The bad: With many statements in his book, the author (Wallach) appears to be both misogynistic and homophobic, such as:
-On page 36 he states that the lack of minerals in the diet promotes developmental issues including "gay behavior". REALLY??? (I wanted to throw the book at that point, but as it had such a high rating, I hoped it contained some valuable information.)
-On page 328, when addressing how to treat premature ejaculation, Wallach's misogynistic side came out when he repeatedly referred to women as "dolls"; and again on page 352 when he listed a variety things that can of cause impotence, the 1st 2 reasons listed were "an unstimulating partner" and "domineering wife syndrome".

Other concerns I had with the book include:
-Wallach was a Veterinarian who later went to medical school and throughout the years, he did research. Informing the public about how much of the research is done, does have a value; however, I felt that Wallach's specifics were so detailed and gruesome, it appeared as if he must have had some sadistic pleasure forcing these details on unsuspecting readers. A caution on the cover or in the forward would have been appreciated.
-The book was stated to promote natural healing methods (of which most were), yet when addressing how to prevent chigger bites, the author recommends humans to animal flea collars on their wrists and ankles (a total of 4 dangerous pesticide collars) when walking through the woods.


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