Dr. Joel Wallach starts todays show asserting that athletes need to supplement because they are sweating out nutrients. Citing the story of former NBA star Theo Ratliff and how doctors were telling him his career was over at age 28. This because he had osteoporosis which led him to Dr. Wallach. After just 90 days of taking supplements Theo was reinstated and cleared to play. He played another 14 years was the shot blocking champion for two seasons and made another 140 million dollars before retiring.Pearls of Wisdom
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article concerning a Stanford School of Medicine study. Researchers looked at over 9000 male patients who had sought help for infertility because of low semen production. Finding these men were also at a greater risk of having certain heart conditions, vascular problems, skin problems and disorders related to the endocrine system. This data also supports previous research that had linked low semen production to cancer and early death.Callers
Lee has been diagnosed with Crohn's disease and is also wanting to lose weight.
Williams has questions regarding a friend who has MS (multiple sclerosis). He also had additional questions concerning another friend who has had several strokes
Michelle has discovered a lump in her breast and is also experiencing hip and joint pain.
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