Dr. Joel Wallach starts the show today discussing the history of gluten intolerance. Stating that even the ancient Egyptians were aware that some people had difficulty digesting wheat. Outlining the reasons why people who have a gluten intolerance often have several health challenges all at the same time.Pearls of Wisdom
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article regarding a research study of people who wake during general anesthesia. The story outlines a woman who woke during an eye surgery in 1998 and has suffered post traumatic stess disorder. A British study found that at least one in 19.600 patients wake during surgery. Previous U.S. studies have the incidence is more like one in 1000. In some instances where "light" anesthesia, like emergency C sections the incidence is more like one in 670.Callers
Doreen's father is experiencing pain from bone on bone arthritis.
Pete's wife is a MS (multiple sclerosis) patient who is experiencing frequent urination.
Steve calls in to give Doc an update on an obese neighbor who is trying to lose weight.
Wendy has a friend who has been diagnosed with lung sarcoidosis.
Susan calls to ask Dr. Wallach how to go about getting the "Beyond Tangy Tangerine" into the hospital for her brother diagnosed with stage 4 liver cirrhosis.
Mitch has been living with Lyme's disease for several years.
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