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Dr. Joel Wallach starts the show discussing what he calls "doctor damage".  Asserting that it is imperative that people educate themselves about health so they can avoid the pitfalls of the medical industry.  Outlining several of the statistics of how many people are killed, injured and infected every year in the U.S.  Some 15 million people are affected every year and no one goes to jail or is even fined.


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Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss the case of Jahi McMath the 13 year old girl who went in for a "routine" tonsillectomy.  The story of the hospital wanting to take the girl off of life support has been in the headlines for more than a week.  But no one is talking about how or why a seemingly healthy girl ends up brain dead.  In fact the girl was alert and talking to family members following the surgery.  The started losing blood and had a heart attack that starved her brain of oxygen.


Callers

Jean's son has cysts on his kidneys and only has 10% kidney function.

Carmen's mother is retaining water so her doctor told her not to drink any water or fluids.

Elizabeth has vericose veins and would like to get rid of them naturally.

Gottfried has lost most of his sight in one eye and asks Dr. Wallach what supplements he should take to support eye health.


Call Dr. Wallach's live radio program weekdays from noon until 1pm pacific time at 831-685-1080 or toll free at 888-379-2552.

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Dr. Joel Wallach starts the program today unveiling Youngevity's news product called "Immortalium".  A product specifically designed to slow the shortening of the telomeres or ends of chromosomes.  It was discovered in the 1960s that cells can only replicate 51 times before the cell finally dies.  This is because each time a cell replicates the end of the chormosome the telomere shortens.  When the telomere is finally completely gone the cell dies.


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Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article concerning a report released by the U.K.'s Overseas Development Institute.  The report states the number of people overweight and obese in developing countries has tripled since 1980.  With the highest rates of obesity being found in China and Mexico the numbers of overweight people has almost doubled since 1980.  Other countries seeing rising rates of overweight and obese are developing countries like South Africa, North Africa, the Middle East and Latin America.  Researchers believe this is due to increased incomes, urbanization and sedentary lifestyles.  Dr. Wallach asserts that the urbanization in the form of more people moving to cities away from farms where the still cooked and heated with wood.  Without the wood ash to put in their gardens people are now minerally deficient.


Callers

Diane's husband is a type 2 diabetic with high blood pressure and a history of strokes.

Debra has several health challenges including heart disease, high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes.

Carmen's mother is experiencing heart palpitations brought on by blood pressure medications.

Ovita is taking the "Healthy Start Pack" but is experiencing some digestive discomfort after taking the products.


Call Dr. Wallach's live radio program weekdays from noon until 1pm pacific time at 831-658-1080 or toll free at 888-379-2552.

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Pharmacist Ben Fuchs fills in for Dr. Wallach beginning the show discussing cholesterol lowering statin drugs.  Apparently the American Heart Association has come up with new guidelines for prescribing statins.  These guidelines urge doctors to prescribe these drugs to patients even if they don't have elevated LDL cholesterol scores.  Even going so far as to send out letters to pharmacists to not recommend nutritional alternatives to only push the statins.


Pearls of Wisdom

Doug Winfrey and Pharmacist Ben discuss a news article regarding holiday myths.  The story outlines three myths often associated with the holiday season.  The first that people gain a ton of weight between Thanksgiving and New Years Eve.  Turns out not true at all on average normal weight adults gain one to two pounds.  With those overweight or obese gaining around five pounds.  The second myth is that suicides spike during the holiday season.  Also not true supported by two studies one from Japan and one from the U.S.  The third dispelled myth is that New Years Eve totals more traffic fatalities than any other day of the year.  Once again not true New Years Eve actually comes in at number seven on the list.  With July 4th being at the top of the list with an average of 144 deaths annually.


Callers

Carmen has questions regarding her mother and herself.  First she has questions concerning her mother who has macular degeneration, high blood pressure, metabolic syndrome and weight gain.  Finally she has questions a her own torn rotator cuff.

Fred has questions concerning his sister who is on dialysis.  He also has questions for himself and his acid reflux and enlarged prostate.

Roy's wife is over weight, a type 2 diabetic with hypertension and renal failure.


Call Dr. Wallach's live radio program weekdays from noon until 1pm pacific time at 831-685-1080 or toll free at 888-379-2552.

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