Healing and Preventing Autism


By Jenny McCarthy and Dr. Jerry Kartzinel, M.D.

A 2009 New York Times Bestselling Boook

Page 60:

Dr. Jerry Kartzinel: "I partnered with Dr. Bo Wagner, who has been formulating vitamins and supplements for thirty years, to create Kartner Health."

Jenny McCarthy: "Dr. Bo Wagner and I go way back. He helped me with my own gut problems and taught me so much about the importance of vitamins and minerals. Because of him and his products I was able to believe in biomedical treatment when I first heard about it in the autism community, so the fact that you both created Kartner Health makes me want to do a happy dance."

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Jenny McCarthy: "Let's start with constipation. I was constipated my whole life and thought it was normal to go poop only once every fourteen days. It wasn't till I moved out to L.A. and met with a nutritionist, Dr. Bo Wagner, that I realized how bad that was."


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Cate Blanchett in Harper's Bazaar

Harper's Bazaar

Cate Blanchett by Natalie Evans-Harding

Dec 19, 2012 - Bazaar: If you ever need to get in shape quickly for a part or a shoot what do you do?

Blanchett: "I've done a lymphatic cleanse a few times for liver, kidneys and gallbladder - there's a guy in Los Angeles called Dr. Bo Wagner. It's not to lose weight, it's more of a detox but I felt fabulous after it. It's hardcore; it's a month long and all herbal and you detox, cleanse and then renew everything. You don't eat for a week but it really made me feel incredible.


Jason Lee NY Times


Whisker Rebellion

Jason Lee by Sandra Ballentine

Sept. 1, 2011 - When Jason Lee decides to take it off, he takes it all off. The 41-year-old actor, who played an affable, overweight and almost comically hirsute slacker on "My Name Is Earl" fro 2005 until 2009, recently shed 40 pounds and a whole lot of unnecessary facial hair. "I got chunky during 'Earl,' and I had the big mustache for four years," Lee says. "It was time to clean up my act."

He slimmed down thanks to five-week cleanse under the direction of Dr. Bo Wagner, a leading Los Angeles diet guru. "He taught me proper food combining, and how to eat for my blood type," the actor says. "I cut out sugar, starch and booze, and I'm now as trim as I used to be in my early 20's, when I was skating. It's really gnarly." (Lee became a professional skateboarder at 18 and still heads up Stereo Skateboards, the skate company he co-founded 19 years ago.)


Jessica Alba in Us Weekly

Us Weekly

Jessica Alba

Jan 18, 2010 - Jump-Start Your Diet! The 5-foot-7 star lost 25 pounds postbaby and keeps slim with good carbs (fruits and veggies). Why it works Nutritionist Bo Wagner tells Alba, 28, to eat carbs separately from proteins:

"You can't digest them at the same time. Excess carbs convert to sugar, which converts to fat."


Jenny McCarthy in In Touch

In Touch Weekly

Jenny McCarthy Mixes and Matches Her Meals

Jan 5, 2009 - On vacation with boyfriend Jim Carrey in Hawaii on January 5, former Playboy Playmate, Jenny McCarthy proved she still has the centerfold-worthy figure that made her famous more than a decade ago. The 36 year old does it by following a blood type diet. "She eats lots of fruit, along with fish and turkey (but not chicken)," Jenny's nutritionist, Dr. Bo Wagner, tells In Touch. Jenny also follows rules about which foods she can eat in one meal. "She never combines protein with starch (white carbs like pasta or rice), and eats a salad instead." It seems all that careful meal planning works: Jim couldn't keep his hands off his girlfriend of more than two years.


Jenny McCarthy picture on beach in In Touch

In Touch Weekly

Jenny McCarthy

May 26, 2008 - When she needs to get bikini-ready, Jenny, who has a six year old son, tells In Touch that she fills up on vegetables, fruit and soup. "Soups are very soothing, warm and nourishing," explains her clinical nutritionist, Dr. Bo Wagner. Jenny makes her own with potatoes, carrots, broccoli, squash and vegetable broth.


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Dr. Bo Wagner

Sept. 2007 - The rich have a new kind of bodyguard: Body Gurus who deliver weight loss and energy. They are the superstar nutritionist, acupuncturist, and food shrinks - the wellness pooh-bahs - whose ultimate goal is to make you tight, lean, and gorgeous. They have a celebrity following and an almost cult like devotion from those hell-bent on bodily perfection, on at least purification. Five practitioners, including Dr. Bo Wagner of Los Angeles, have gained powerful reputation among those with extra cash and body fat to burn and seem to serve as a combination of cheerleader, guidance counselor, and loving-but-firm parental figure.


Rebecca Romijn on The Tonight Show

The Tonight Show with Jay Leno

Rebecca Romijn

April 20, 2003 - I go to a Beverly Hills doctor; Dr. Bo Wagner. I'm in the middle of a month long cleansing. Part of the cleanse is a series of colonics, where you change your diet, eat the right food for your blood type, and use vitamins. It's great! It's like total Hollywood.


Patricia Heaton in People


Patricia Heaton

June 7, 2004 - Many A-listers have gone on supervised diets with Dr. Bo Wagner, who runs Universal Life Force of Sherman Oaks, CA. Everybody Loves Raymond star, Patricia Heaton stated, "I've done major fasting detox programs with him (D.r Bo Wagner), where I drink shakes, do colonics and I lost eight pounds in the week before the 2001 Emmys.


Josie Bissett in InStyle


Josie Biessett

Summer 2001 - "No matter what I've tried, five to seven pounds lingered, so I did a cleansing fast with Dr. Bo Wagner. For seven days I drank herbal shakes and then gradually added food back into my diet. The pounds came off. It was the kick start I needed to eat right again."


Gillian Anderson in InStyle


Gillian Anderson

June 1998 - X-Files star, Gillian Anderson stated she had just finished a rigorous 10-day "cleanse," supervised by nutritionist Dr. Bo Wagner that has left her feeling euphoric.