Dr. Joel Wallach

Dr. Joel Wallach

The concept of the 90 essential nutrients was developed by Dr. Joel Wallach, BS, DVM, ND, founder of Youngevity® Essential Life Sciences. A pioneer in biomedical research, Dr. Wallach spent nearly twenty years in the field of Veterinary Medicine, observing and researching the effects of individual nutrients on animal health, before becoming a Naturopathic Physician in 1982.

Today, he is renowned for his groundbreaking research on the health benefits of selenium and other minerals. He is the recipient of the prestigious 2011 Klaus Schwarz Commemorative Medal, which recognizes the work of pioneers in the field of trace element research.

Education

Dr. Wallach obtained a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture from the University of Missouri in 1962, with a major in Animal Husbandry (Nutrition) and a minor in Field Crops and Soils. In 1964, he was awarded a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine (DVM), also from the University of Missouri. Thereafter, Dr. Wallach completed a three year (1965-68) post-doctoral fellowship at The Center for the Biology of Natural Systems at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. In 1982, he obtained a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine (ND) from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, Oregon.

Early Work

Dr. Wallach has held key positions with leading zoos and universities in the United States and Africa, including Director of the Jacksonville Zoological Park in Jacksonville, Florida; Research Veterinarian for the South Africa National Parks Department (where he was a member of the famous “Operation Rhino” team); and Director of Research at the St. Louis Zoological Park in St. Louis, Missouri. At the request of Africa’s National Parks and Wildlife Management Department, Dr. Wallach led an expedition to capture and mark elephants in the Wankie Game Preserve in Rhodesia as part of a migration study. He is one of the founders and a former editor of the Journal of Zoo Animal Medicine. A prolific author, he has published more than 70 scientific papers and six books including the famous textbook, Diseases of Exotic Animals, still used today by leading veterinary schools, and on the Smithsonian Institute’s recommended reading list for Zoological Garden and Aquarium libraries.

Groundbreaking Research on Trace Minerals

As a researcher at the Emory University Yerkes National Primate Center in Atlanta, Georgia in 1977, Dr. Wallach discovered the world’s first known case of non-human cystic fibrosis in a selenium-deficient Rhesus monkey. At the time, cystic fibrosis was believed to the result of a human genetic disorder. Dr. Wallach’s monumental discovery set him on a 20-year path of research on the health benefits of selenium and other minerals. As a result of this work, he became known as The Mineral Doctor and the Father of Liquid Mineral Supplementation.

The Founding of Youngevity

In 1997, Dr. Wallach and Dr. Ma Lan, MD, MS, founded American Longevity, the network marketing company known today as Youngevity. Within five years the company had an international network of distributors and preferred customers plus offices in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, and Japan. Today Youngevity is a network marketing leader providing high quality, innovative, and unique products health conscious consumers.

First Amendment Advocate

Dr. Wallach currently dedicates his time to lecturing throughout the world on the therapeutic benefits of vitamins and minerals, and on lobbying the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on behalf of the dietary supplement industry. His tireless efforts and dedication to the public’s First Amendment rights to complete information on the therapeutic benefits of nutrition prompted the FDA to establish Qualified Health Claims for Selenium (“may reduce the risk of certain cancers”) and Omega-3 Essential Fatty Acids (“may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease”). Only a few Qualified Health Claims exist, placing Youngevity in a unique position among Dietary Supplement and Direct Marketing companies.

Publications

Dr. Wallach is the author/co-author of more than 70 articles published in peer-reviewed journals covering nutritional and pharmaceutical research. As well he is a major contributor to eight books, including the famous textbook, Diseases of Exotic Animals, still used today by leading veterinary schools, and on the Smithsonian Institute’s recommended reading list for Zoological Garden and Aquarium libraries.

The following is a partial list of published articles and presentations authored in whole or in part by Dr. Wallach:

  1. Wallach JD. Goitrogenic hypothyroidism in feeder lambs. Vet Med Small Anim Clin. 1965 Oct;60(10):1051-1053.
  2. Wallach JD, Doak RL, Schmidtke RP, Davis LE, Niemeyer KH. Thallium intoxication: a specific antidote, supportive therapy and clinical evaluation. Vet Med Small Anim Clin. 1965 Dec;60(12):1227-1231.
  3. Wallach JD, Hoessle C. Hypervitaminosis D in green iguanas. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 1966;149:912-914.
  4. Wallach JD. The Immobilization of rabbits and guinea pigs with M-99 (Etorphine). Unpublished data. St. Louis Zoological Gardens, 1966.
  5. Wallach JD. Immobilization and translocation of the White (Square-lipped) Rhinoceros. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 1966;149:871-874.
  6. Wallach JD, Howcroft T. Variable number of coronary os in the aorta of the Zululand wildebeeste. Vet Med Small Anim Clin. 1967(1):21-22.
  7. Wallach JD. Degenerative arthritis in a black rhinoceros. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 1967;151:887-889.
  8. Wallach JD, Frueh R, Lentz M. The use of M-99 as an immobilizing and analgesic agent in captive wild animals. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 1967 Oct;151(7):870-876.
  9. Wallach JD, Hoessle C. Visceral gout in captive reptiles. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 1967;151:897-899.
  10. Wallach JD, Hoessle C, Bennett J. Hypoglycemic shock in captive alligators. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 1967 Oct 1;151(7):893-896.
  11. Wallach JD, Flieg GM. Nutritional secondary hyperparathyroidism in captive psittacine birds. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 1967 Oct 1; 151(7):880-883.
  12. Wallach JD. Angioedema associated with strawberry ingestion by a gorilla. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 1968 Oct 1;153(7):153:879-880.
  13. Wallach JD, Hoessle C. Fibrous osteodystrophy in green iguanas. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 1968 Oct 1;153(7):863-865.
  14. Wallach JD, Anderson JL. Oripavine (M.99) combinations and solvents for immobilization of the african elephant. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 1968 Oct 1;153(7):793-797.
  15. Wallach JD, Williamson WM. M.99-induced recumbency and analgesia in a giraffe. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 1968 Oct 1;153(7):816-817.
  16. Wallach JD, Williamson WM. Partial list of parasites found at necropsy at the Chicago and St. Louis Zoological Parks. Proc Annu Meet Am Assoc Zoo Vet. December 10-11, 1968, pp. 7-8.
  17. Wallach JD, Frueh R. Pilot study of an organophosphate anthelmintic in camels and primates. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 1968 Oct 1;153(7):798-799.
  18. Wallach JD, Hoessle C. Steatitis in captive crocodilians. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 1968 Oct 1;153(7).
  19. Wallach JD. Wild animal immobilization with the oripavine M-99. MVMA Quarterly. 1968 Winter. pp. 12-15
  20. Wallach JD. Common diseases and recommended treatments for waterfowl and game birds. Modern Game Breeding. 1969;5:18-25.
  21. Wallach JD, Flieg GM. Frostbite and its sequelae in captive exotic birds. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 1969 Oct 1;155(7):1035-1038.
  22. Wallach JD. Hand-rearing and observations of a white rhinoceros, diceros sims. International Zoo Yearbook, London Zoological Society. 1969(9):103-104
  23. Wallach J.D. Etorphine (M-99), a new analgestic immobilizing agent and its antagonists. Vet Med Small Anim Clin. 1969 Jan;64(1): 53-58.
  24. Wallach JD, Flieg GM. Nutritional secondary hyperparathyroidism in captive birds. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 1969 Oct 1;155(7):1046-1051
  25. Wallach JD. Medical care of reptiles. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 1969 Oct 1;155(7):1017-1934.
  26. Wallach JD, Frueh R, Lentz M. The use of M.99 as an immobilizing and analgesic agent in captive wild animals. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 1967 Oct 1;151(7):870-876.
  27. Wallach JD. A simple technique for the collection of blood from small zoo animals. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 1970 Sep 1;157(5):694-695.
  28. Wallach JD, Flieg GM. Cramps and fits in carnivorous birds. International Zoo Yearbook, London Zoological Society. 1970;10:3-4.
  29. Wallach JD. Disease problems in group and zoogeographic displays. Proc Annu Meet Am Assoc Zoo Vet. October 12-14, 1970. pp. 7-8.
  30. Wallach JD, Middleton CC. Naturally occurring atherosclerosis in aoudads (Ammotragus lervia (Pallas)). Acta Zool Pathol Antverp. 1970 Jan;50:45-54.
  31. Wallach JD, Hoessle C. M-99 as an immobilizing agent in poikilotherms. Vet Med Small Anim Clin. 1970 Feb;65(2):163-167
  32. Tumbleson ME, Middleton CC, Wallach JD. Serium biochemic and hematologic paramaters of adult aoudas (Ammotragus lervia) in captivity. Lab Anim Care. 1970 Apr;20(2):242-245.
  33. Wallach JD. Nutritional diseases of exotic animals. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 1970 Sep 1;157(5):583-599.
  34. Wallach JD. Diseases of reptiles and their clinical management. In Kirk RW (ed) Current Veterinary Therapy IV. Philadelphia, WB Saunders Co. 1971. pp 433-439.
  35. Wallach JD. Exotic diets are not for exotic pets. Gaines Small Anim. Nutrition Workshop, University of Illinois. March 1971.
  36. Wallach JD. Lumpy jaw in captive kangaroos. International Zoo Yearbook, London Zoological Society. 11:13; 1971.
  37. Wallach JD, Williamson WM. M-99 induced recumbency in a camel. J Zoo Anim Med. 1971 Apr;2:27.
  38. Wallach JD, Williamson, WM, Largarde K. Normal blood values of siberian ibex. J Zoo Anim Med. 1971 June;2:22-23.
  39. Wallach JD. Nutritional problems in zoos. Presented at Cornell Nutrition Conference for Feed Manufacturers. Buffalo, NY, 1971. pp. 10-19.
  40. Wallach JD. Environmental and nutritional diseases of captive reptiles. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 1971 Dec 1;159(11):1632-1643.
  41. Wallach JD. Management and medical care of goldfish. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 1971 Sep;159(5):585-595.
  42. Wallach JD. Gauntlet of the cage. J Zoo Anim Med. 1972 June. pp. 330-346.
  43. Wallach JD. The nutrition and feeding of captive ruminants in zoos. Digestive Physiology and Nutrition of Ruminants. Oregon State University Press, Vol. 3. 1972, pp. 292-307.
  44. Wallach JD. Management and medical care of pinnepeds. J Zoo Anim Med. 1972 Dec;3(4):45-72.
  45. Wallach JD. Surgical techniques for caged birds . Vet Clin North Am. 1973;3:229-236.
  46. Boever WJ, Thoen CO, Wallach JD. Mycobacterium chelonei infection in a natterer manatee. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 1976 Nov 1;169(9):927-929.
  47. Wallach JD. Anasthesia of reptiles, In Kirk RW (ed) Current Veterinary Therapy VI: Small Animal Practice. Philadelphia, WB Saunders Co. 1977, pp. 807-808.
  48. Wallach JD. Erysipelas in two captive Diana monkeys. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 1977 Nov 1;171(9):979-980.
  49. Wallach JD, Silberman MS. Foot care for captive elephants. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 1977 Nov 1;171(9):906-907.
  50. Wallach JD. Management and nutritional problems in captive reptiles. In Kirk RW (ed), Current Veterinary Therapy VI: Small Animal Practice. Philadelphia, WB Saunders Co. 1977, pp. 778-787.
  51. Wallach JD. Cystic fibrosis: a proposal of etiology and pathogenesis. Presented at Workshop on Model Systems for the Study of Cystic Fibrosis, Bethesda, MD, May 25-26, 1978.
  52. Wallach JD. Feeding and nutritional diseases (reptiles). In Fowler ME (ed), Zoo and Wild Animal Medicine. Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders Co. 1978, pp. 123-128.
  53. Wallach JD. Reptile physiology. In Fowler ME (ed), Zoo and Wild Animal Medicine. Philadelphia, WB Saunders Co. 1978, pp. 114-119.
  54. Wallach JD, Wallach JE. Rhino Express. Vantage Press, New York, NY, 1978.
  55. Wallach JD, Ursidae. In Fowler ME (ed), Zoo and Wild Animal Medicine. Philadelphia, WB Saunders Co. 1978, pp. 628-637.
  56. Wallach JD, Germaise B. Cystic fibrosis: a perinatal manifestation of selenium deficiency. Presented at the Thirteenth Annual Conference of Trace Elements in Environmental Health. University of Missouri, Columbia, MO. June 1979, pp. 469-476.
  57. Wallach JD. The mechanics of nutrition for exotic pets. Vet Clin North Am Small Anim Pract. 1979 Aug;9(3):405-414.
  58. Wallach JD, Lagarde K. Air sacculitis in guenons. Unpublished Data, Chicago Zoological Society.
  59. Wallach JD. A defense against the new epidemic. NCNM News, Vol 1, No 5, 3; March 1980.
  60. Wallach JD. Laboratory Perspectives: Hair Analysis Part I: Chromium. NCNM News, Vol 1, No 6, 4; April 1980.
  61. Wallach JD. Laboratory Perspectives: Hair Analysis Part II: Zinc. NCNM News, Vol 2, No 1, 3; December 1980.
  62. Wallach JD. Laboratory Perspectives Part III: Hair Analysis: Copper. Nat. Coll. of Naturopathic Med. Review, Vol. 2, No. 2, 6-7; Feb/Mar 1981.
  63. Wallach JD, Laboratory Perspectives Part IV: Hair Analysis: Ca:Mg. Nat. Coll. of Naturopathic Med. Review, Vol. 2, No. 3, 9-11; Apr/May 1981.
  64. Wallach JD, Laboratory Perspectives Part V: Hair Analysis: Selenium. Nat. Coll. of Naturopathic Med. Review, Vol. 2, No. 4, 11-14; June/July 1981.
  65. Wallach JD, Hoff, GL. Metabolic and Nutritional Diseases of Reptiles. In Hoff GL, Davis JW (eds), Noninfectiopus Diseases of Wildlife, pp. 155-167. Ames, IA. The Iowa State University Press, 1982.
  66. Wallach JD, Cooper R. Nutrition of Wild Birds. In Cooper R, Davis JW (eds), Noninfectious Diseases of Wild Animals, pp. 113-126. Ames, IA. The Iowa State University Press, 1982.
  67. Wallach JD, Boever WJ. Diseases of Exotic Animals: Medical and Surgical Management. W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia; 1983. (Note: This authoritative treatise is widely circulated and respected in the professional veterinary establishment.)
  68. JD Wallach and Ma Lan, MD. Common Denominators in the Etiology and Pathology of Visceral Lesions of Cystic Fibrosis and Keshan Disease. Chinese Journal of Endemiology, 1989.
  69. JD Wallach and Ma Lan, MD. Let’s Play Doctor. Wellness Publications, LLC, Bonita, CA, 1989, 2002.
  70. Wallach JD and Ma Lan, MD. Rare Earths: Forbidden Cures. Double Happiness Publishing Co., Bonita, CA, 1994.
  71. Wallach JD and Ma Lan, MD. Dead Doctors Don’t Lie. Legacy Communications Group, Inc., Franklin, TN, 1999.
  72. Wallach JD and Ma Lan, MD. Let’s Play Herbal Doctor. Wellness Publications, LLC, Bonita, CA, 2002.
  73. Wallach JD and Ma Lan, MD. God Bless America. Wellness Publications, LLC, Bonita, CA 2002.
  74. Wallach JD and Ma Lan, MD. Hell’s Kitchen. Wellness Publications, LLC, Bonita, CA 2004.
  75. Wallach JD and Ma Lan, MD. Passport to Aromatherapy. Wellness Publications, LLC, Bonita, CA 2005.
  76. Wallach JD and Ma Lan, MD. Black Gene Lies. Wellness Publications, LLC, Bonita, CA 2006.
  77. Wallach JD and Ma Lan, MD. Immortality. Wellness Publications, LLC, Bonita, CA, 2008.

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  1. My husband as diabetes. He also started having problems with his eyesight recently. He now as kidney problems. In October doctors put him on dialysis. Whilst on his way to hospital in October he had a cardiac arrest. He is lucky to be here. He was on so much meds. He is currently in hospital. I would like to speak to someone directly if possible. He needs help now.
    Kind regards
    Shaz

  2. Hi ! I live in the Western Cape in South Africa! Any information on how we could get hold of these products here? Please advise! Ronald!

  3. Hello,
    I am a SLE Lupus patient. My doctors have started me on chemotherapy (cytoxan) to try and save my kidneys. I urgently need your help! What package do you recommend fro me? I am eager to start as soon as possible.
    Anu

    • Hi Anu,
      I’ve just you a couple emails with more information on this topic.
      Take care, Darren

  4. Thanx for the quick reply! Very much appreciated! I will be looking into purchasing the nessasary supplements! Thanx again for your time and help!!
    Fatima:)

  5. Hello my mom had cystic fibrosis, has bad asthma the doctors have her on so many meds that I know are killing her! Any info you can give me would be great thank you,, God bless;)

  6. I’m 71 with newly diagnosed diabetes. Weight is 215 so I need to get that down. Also have atrial fibrillation. The only energy I get is from testosterone supplements like Stack and Testofen. Vitamins have not provided energy. I’m interested in the nutrition aspect of 90 for life. The same concept is found in Dynovite (I think) for dogs and it dogs wonders for them. So I want to put some BITE in my BARK.

    • Hi Nick,
      I hope we can help you put some bite back into that bark! I’ve just sent you a detailed email on some things you can check out.
      Take care, Darren

    • Hi Ann,
      Please check your email. I just sent you some information that you can check out.
      Take care, Darren

  7. My son has Cystic Fibrosis. He’s currently 3 years old. I’m interested in learning more. Please give me any info you have!

    • Hi Jessica,
      I’ve just sent you an email with more information on Cystic Fibrosis.
      Take care, Darren

    • Hi Mary,
      Please check your email for more information on this. Sorry for the delay, but there were some issues with the links I wanted to send you. They’ve now been fixed.
      Take care, Darren

  8. esrf on dialysis 16 months now, she feels ok, dr Wallach says clogged micro arteries is the problem in esrf so how did dr Wallach help people get off dialysis?

    • Hi Gina,
      Sorry, for the delay in getting back to you. There were some issues with the links I wanted to email you and they’ve just been fixed. Please check your email for information on this. Take care, Darren

  9. My 10-yr-old daughter was diagnosed with lupus a year ago. She is a very picky eater. She’s been prescribed so much medicine (the typical stuff for that condition). I want her to try the nutritional approach but don’t know exactly how to get her started, mainly because how difficult it is to get her to try new things. Doesn’t eat fruits or veggies and loves chocolate. Some guidance please.

  10. Good Afternoon Darren,

    I am having a serious problem and I am welcoming any help I receive. I am seriously constipated. I am able to go maybe three times a week and when I do go its nothing big. Occasionally, it hurts severely and takes up to 30 minutes to go. This morning was one of those long severely hurting episode that I thought something was going to happen to me. I must say I have always had that problem with constipation and realizes that it is serious. I feel blotted and my stomach feels hard. My daughter also have a hard time going. I am currently taking youngevity products for my diabetes. I notice that my skin itches occasionally when I drink the BTT and my skin is alway dry.

    Thank you in advance for any help you can give.

    • Hi Esther,
      I sent you an email with a few more questions that I’d like to get from you so I can fully answer your question.
      Take care, Darren

  11. Rsd has been mentioned to me by my doctor. He’s sending me to rheumatology, pain management. Please contact me with any info? thank you

  12. Hi, Dr My son is 39 he is been married nearly two years but have sex problems
    could u pls guide me which products u recommend for him ?

    Tariq

    • Hi Tariq,
      Please check your email as I’ve just sent you more information on this topic.
      Take care, Darren

    • Hi Jimmy,
      Please check your email. Dr. Glidden is also doing a webinar on December 18th on COPD if you or anyone else would like to join and watch it. Just let me know and I’ll send you the link.
      Take care, Darren

        • Hi Gayle,
          As it turns out, Dr. Glidden is doing a live webinar this Thursday, December 18th on COPD. I’ll send you a private email with more information and I’ll send you the link so you can watch it.
          Take care, Darren

  13. MY HUSBAND HAD A STROKE OVER 10 YEARS AGO…THE RIGHT FRONTAL LOBE…HE HAS TO TAKE DILANTIN…FOR SEIZURES…CAN ANYTHING HEAL THE BRAIN…I SAW THE DARK PATCH ON HIS BRAIN SCAN…..ALSO HE HAS BOWEL MOVEMENT PROBLEMS…NOT HARD STOOL, JUST SLOW TO EMPTY OUT. CASCARA SAGRADA HELPS HIM GO. WHAT CAN I GIVE HIM?
    Thank you, BARBARA

  14. Hi Im 36 yrs old, I’ve been diagnosed with psc aproximetly 8 years ago. I used to have ulcerative colitis but I had surgury and now have a jpouch. can you help me with the psc pls thank you and God bless you.

  15. My niece has been diagnosed with epilepsy. She was not born with it. It seems as if sunlight has something to do with it cause whenever the sun shine bright she sometimes get an epileptic attack.

  16. Is the Beyond Tangy Tangerine 2 better than the Ultimate Classic?
    I have been taking the Ultimate Classic and Beyond Osteo FX now for 2 months but read that the Beyond Tangy Tangerine 2 was the best.
    Exactly what do you recommend for high blood pressure.
    I have also been gluten-free now for one month.
    Thank you
    Diania

  17. my daughter has severe cystic fibrosis can you tell me what would help her she was diagnosed at 3 mos. old and now 19 yrs. old and her health is getting worse every year. can you please help? thank you a very worried mom.

    • Hi Tina,
      I sent you an email with information about this, but it bounced back to me. I just noticed your email has @gail.com so I’ll try again with @gmail.com if that’s not correct, please send me an email to dmoi@youngevitybc.com and I’ll try again.
      Take care, Darren

  18. WHAT IS THE GOOD PRODUCT FOR CYSTIC FIBROSIS. I AM AT THE STAGE WHERE THERE IS NO STRONGER MEDECIN THAT CAN HELP ME. THE NEXT STEP WILL BE LUNG TRANSPLANT. PLEASE GIVE ME DOCUMENTATION, PRODUCT, PRICE ETC… YOU ARE HOPE FOR ME.

  19. A friend of mine told me about the 90 essential vitamins and minerals. I have a huge lump in my thyroid. weight loss. hoarseness and alopecia. I do not go to regular doctors. Any suggestions. I love this webcite. Thank you.

    • Hi Patricia,
      I’ll send you a private email with some information about your thyroid and weight loss. Please check your spam if you don’t receive something from me shortly. Thank you, Darren

    • Hi Johanna,
      I’ll send you a private email. If you don’t get it from me shortly, please check your spam folder.
      Thank you, Darren

  20. hi there……. i have a friend who is an alcoholic> i am overweigh and my husband has gout…… any products and all information please. I need to order the minerals we all need. oh and my sister has fibriomalgy…….thanks so much

    • Hi Coelett,
      I’ll send you a private email with more information on these topics.
      Thanks,
      Darren

  21. hello

    I am 42 trying to get pregnant. have 2 miscarriages before in the last 3 year but no success i also have hemorrhoids. i have tried fertility treatments no success. have spend the last 2 weeks watching so many videos and reading material. can you guide me as to what protocol to take. I am 5.10 144lbs.
    Thanks
    Claire

  22. Hello just finish watching the youtube video and very much interested in purchasing products for my friend. Weight 220 diagnose with lupus. Just had a heart attach, stroke and immune system has been attacked. I would like to purchase products to get him start. What will your recommendation be to get him started.

  23. I’m so excited about all your information. I’m currently taking the Healthy Body Start Pak. I just ordered asap for weight loss. I had my thyroid removed in 2000 95%. I have a hard time with weight and regulating my thyroid I take nature thyroid. Also had limes disease and effected my eyes they say glaucoma disease. What else should I be doing to help it? Watching you on you tube!!! All soooo good.

  24. I had bloodwork done last week and I tested positive for Sjogrens (SS-A). The value was 2.6 POS A. My red blood count is 3.76. I also have swollen nodules or lumps going across my pelvis, just a little above the pelvic bone. I am seeing a surgeon tomorrow to see about getting a biopsy. What supplements do you think I am lacking?

  25. Hi, my husband has just been diagnosed with small cell lung cancer which they say has spread to his liver & in some of his bones. He just has started chemo (Etoposide, another name: VePesid, P-16) he is also participating in a study title: Randomized, Multicenter, Double-Blind, Phase 3 Trial Comparing the efficacy of Ipilimumab plus Etoposide/Platinum versus Etoposide/Platinum in subjects diagnose with extensive-stage small ell lung cancer.
    My question is: Is there anything that can help him with your products?

    • Hi Mary Ann,
      I’m sorry to hear about your husband.
      I’m going to send you a private email shortly with some more information.
      Take care,
      Darren

      • Hi Darren.
        I have a patient with the same condition: small cell lung cancer. can you please advise how longevity products may benefit him. thank you very much.
        Reda

        • Hi Reda,
          I just have to say, we don’t treat cancer, (it’s illegal) but to help support and promote the function of the body, I’ve just emailed you some information that you both can check out. Take care, Darren

  26. I thoroughly enjoyed the 4 hour compilation of lecture snippets …”cure any autoimmune Disease”…and took 8 pages of notes! but I am still unsure about what to take to help Rheumatoid Arthritis and Ankylosing Spondylitis (not for the same person). Can you guide me to the info?
    mary beth J
    ID # 100929756

    • Hi Mary Beth, I’m glad you enjoyed watching them. I’ll send you a private email shortly with some more information.
      Take care, Darren

  27. I have a father-in-law who is devastated with Alzheimer’s. Could you give me some ideas on how to fight this disease nutritionally. Thanks so much.

    • Hi Todd,
      I’m very sorry to hear that. Within the next 5 minutes, I’ll be sending you a private email with more information and a link to one of Dr. Glidden’s webinars on the subject. If for some reason you don’t get it shortly, please email dmoi@youngevitybc.com
      Thank you, Darren

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