Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Jeanne Wallace

Hi all,

Anyone have experience with Jeanne Wallace/Nutritional Solutions? I just read about another long term GBM survivor (10 years) who used her services. It seems there are a few of them. I'm thinking of going with her.



  1. My only concern about Jeanne Wallace, her post graduate degrees are from schools that have been discredited and no longer exists.

  2. Hi Maria,

    We signed up with them very early on, and I'll admit, I learned a lot by reading the packet of information she provides. The gist of it really was about increasing veggies and making sure to eat healthy fats and avoid unhealthy fats. We don't eat anywhere near the way they want you to, though. I just don't want to push my wife to try to eat that way. I'd rather she enjoy her life and do what she can to eat as healthy as reasonably possible. She's very good about limiting sugar and not eating unhealthy meats, for the most part. Packets of pure stevia for things like coffee are awesome.

    Also, the information that she provides regarding supplements are not nearly as well researched as Steven's (free!) information.

    In the end, I think you'll regret spending the money for their services if you are looking for more than what I've just outlined.

    To summarize:

    Eat very little sugar
    Eat all of the veggies (include greens and other colored veggies to get all the good stuff)
    Eat healthy fats (chia seeds, flax, grass-fed meat, free range chicken and eggs, wild caught fish (farmed atlantic salmon is terrible for you, and farm raised tilapia might be the worst meat you can consume) we usually stick with wild caught ahi tuna or wild caught alaskan salmon.

    Any other questions please let me know.

  3. I used her services to determine my cocktail doses. The hardest part of her service I encounter is getting my NO or other doctors to order the requested labs. The NO does not believe they are necessary so he does not order for me.


  4. Thank you all.

    I have read that AGM. It's concerning indeed. Though her partner, Cheryl Clark, is a 20 year survivor who followed her protocol.

    Kendall, thanks for all of that great info. That's how we usually eat, so I'm a bit perplexed as to what I should do. I can totally understand not wanting to pressure your wife into an intense diet. Keppra destroys my appetite so some days it's just a matter of getting something into my stomach.

    Marc, can you share the labs she orders? I'm lucky to live in a state that requires insurance to cover Naturopathic doctors. So my ND will order the labs. Not sure if that's an option for you.

    1. I am way but will provid a list early next week