Dr. Wallach’s Diabetes Protocol and The 2 Minerals that Can Abolish the Diabetes Industry

February 8, 2024 6 mins to read

This article outlines Dr. Joel Wallach Diabetes (pre and type 2) diet and supplement recommendations, to improve blood sugar levels and insulin resistance. He reveals two game changers for Diabetes – Chromium and Vanadium, and research on them which has been kept secret for purely economic reasons (greed) by Bigpharma. Because if word got out to the public about how effective they are, it could destroy the entire, very lucrative diabetes industry. If you haven’t ventured outside of mainstream medicine and your standard MD, then you’ve probably never heard of these. Dr. Wallach also includes a full list of recommended supplements and dietary changes to improve your insulin resistance, restore healthy blood sugar levels and ultimately take back control of your health and your life. Check out my full Holistic Nutrition Protocol to Diabetes including Dr. Wallach’s recommended supplements, plus other supplements, herbs and diet tips.

Please Note: This article excludes Type 1 diabetes, which is an autoimmune condition.

“Vanadium will replace insulin for adult onset diabetics”

Medical School at University of Vancouver, British Columbia (1985)

Who Is Dr. Wallach?

Dr. Wallach is an expert and pioneer in the field of nutritional deficiency diseases and one of the few doctors I respect and admire! He fought the FDA in court several times, and won, to recognize various diseases as caused by nutritional deficiencies. His book Dead Doctors Don’t Lie Book, is life changing! And reveals remedies for a wide variety of illnesses, and exposes the broken and corrupt mainstream medical establishment, where doctors die of simple nutritional deficiencies because they are taught to shill pharmaceuticals, and receive virtually no education in nutrition.

  • Chromium & Vanadium @ 250mcg per day in initial stages to prevent insulin shock – sudden dropping of blood sugar due to an insulin overdose
    • Every time you eat processed carbs e.g. sugar, honey, alcohol, mashed potatoes, etc. can you lose up to 300% more chromium in urine vs complex carbs
  • HCL and digestive enzymes @ 75-200mg tid before meals
  • Zinc @ 50mg tid
  • B-Complex @ 50mg tid and niacin (part of gtf glucose tolerance vector)
  • Essential Fatty Acids (EFA) @ 5g tid
  • B12 @ 1000mcg per day – sublingual tablet or drops (under the tongue)
  • Bioflavonoids
    • Quercetin @ 150mg per day
  • Copper @ 2-3mg per day
  • Lecithin @ 2500mg tid
  • Glutathione (master detoxifier) @ 100mg/day
  • Magnesium @ 300mg (females) – 400mg (males)
  • Plant Derived Colloidal Minerals by Dr. Wallach (follow instructions on bottle).
    • Please Note: If you take the plant colloidal minerals, you may be able to adjust your other mineral supplements à consulting a professional is recommended. https://jdnutrition.health for help and to book.

Other Herbs for Blood Sugar & Insulin Resistance | Dr Joel Wallach Diabetes Herbs

Additional herbs like: liquorish, yarrow, Canadian fleabane, Jerusalem artichoke & Berberine can also be useful for diabetes.

Please Note: Individual responses to herbs can vary, and they may interact with medications or have contraindications for certain medical conditions. Always seek professional guidance when incorporating herbs into your diabetes nutrition plan.


  • Licorice root contains compounds like glycyrrhizin that may help lower blood sugar levels.
  • It may also enhance the action of insulin, aiding in better blood sugar control.
  • Caution: Excessive consumption can lead to high blood pressure and potassium loss, so it should be used in moderation.


  • Yarrow may help improve insulin sensitivity due to its potential anti-inflammatory properties.
  • It can assist in reducing blood sugar levels and promoting overall metabolic health.
  • It’s often consumed as an herbal tea or in supplement form.

Canadian Fleabane:

  • Canadian fleabane has been used traditionally for its potential to lower blood sugar levels.
  • Some studies suggest it may have a role in reducing insulin resistance.
  • More research is needed to confirm its effectiveness and safe use.

Jerusalem Artichoke:

  • Jerusalem artichoke is a good source of inulin, a type of dietary fiber known for its potential to improve blood sugar control.
  • Inulin may support the growth of beneficial gut bacteria, which can positively impact insulin sensitivity.
  • Including Jerusalem artichokes in your diet can contribute to better glycemic control.


  • Berberine is a plant compound found in various herbs like Oregon grape, goldenseal, and barberry.
  • It has demonstrated the ability to lower blood sugar levels by enhancing insulin sensitivity and reducing glucose production in the liver.

Dr Joel Wallach Diabetes, Diet Recommendations

  • A diet high in fiber and using mainly complex carbs (instead of simple carbs) is recommended. To be clear, this does not mean you can load up on carbs just because they are complex carbs…and not all complex carbs are equal – some are more nutritious than others. Hiring a health coach can be beneficial to tailor your diet plan.
  • Eat meat, eggs and poultry 3-6 times per day (with each meal) as they are nutrient dense and help stabilize blood sugar in the beginning stages of the nutritional plan.
  • Dr. Wallach suggests you deal with food allergies that cause celiac like intestinal lesions i.e.: wheat gluten, cow’s milk, soy, corn, etc.
    • I’m adding to that seed oils like canola oil – opt instead for olive oil as your main oil and for high heat cooking, coconut oil
    • You can also find IgG Food Sensitivity Tests through my website on the Lab Tests page .
  • Avoid fast food and chemical filled processed foods as well à opt for whole foods and homemade meals.
  • NO natural or processed sugars or simple carbs in diet, or minimize as much as possible.

Dr Joel Wallach Diabetes Tips – Testing and Lifestyle

  • Dr. Wallach recommends you check blood sugar urine before and after meals and record it in a journal, then bring this to your doctor.
  • You can also do blood sugar tracking through a standard pin prick tester or a more advanced CGM (Continuous Glucose Monitor), if you can afford it.
  • As blood sugar level drops, you can make the adjustments your doctor recommends; bi-weekly or even weekly visits to your doctor (for adjustments to meds), can be beneficial.

JDs Holistic Nutrition Guide to Diabetes

Check out my full Holistic Nutrition Protocol to Diabetes including Dr. Wallach’s recommended supplements, plus other supplements, herbs and diet tips for only $5; less than a cup of coffee.


The information provided in this article is for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website. The views expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of any health care agency or government entity in Canada or the United States.

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