A biomedical research pioneer, Dr. Joel D. Wallach spent more than 40 years in the field of Veterinary Medicine, observing and researching the effects of individual nutrients on animal health, before becoming a Naturopathic Physician in 1982. Today, Dr. Wallach is renowned for his groundbreaking research on the health benefits of selenium and other minerals. He currently dedicates his time to lecturing throughout the world on the therapeutic benefits of vitamins and minerals, and on lobbying the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on behalf of the dietary supplement industry.
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Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show discussing the benefits of starting a home based business through Youngevity. Outlining the tax benefits associated with having a business. Also contending that the business could be willed to a persons heirs. Stating that people should learn to do their own medical tests to save money.
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article about five long lived cultures. The author states that these cultures have more centenarians than other cultures. Contending this is largely due to the diets of these peoples. As well as how much they ate and their activity levels.
Vernie's sister has been diagnosed with rectal cancer.
Dan has a friend with a torn aortic valve in her heart.
Sam has a friend with kidney failure and high blood pressure.
Melinda has friend with cysts on their pancreas.
Lee's doctor wants to put him on blood thinners.
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Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show discussing his concept of taking care of medical tests at home. Outlining several common tests that can be done safely and cheaply at home. Asserting these same tests would cost thousands at a doctors office.
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article about high blood pressure. The article outlines 10 home remedies for controlling high blood pressure. Things like lemons, watermelon seeds, garlic, bananas, celery, coconuts, cayenne pepper, onions and honey. All have qualities that help control blood pressure without the side effects of pharmaceuticals.
Ron has a friend with high white blood cell counts.
Jack has bile duct cancer.
James has questions regarding kidney disease.
Kimberly's mother-in-law has kidney failure.
Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show discussing why he thinks so many Americans have health challenges. Stating that mineral deficiencies are at the root of most chronic disease states. Contending that U.S. soils are depleted of minerals so there are no minerals in the food we eat.
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article about kidney stones. Researchers at Michigan State University conducted a study that found riding roller coasters can help people pass kidney stones. To do this they used a 3D printer and made a silicone kidney three kidney stones in varying sizes. Put the kidney in a backpack and put it in the last car of Disney's Big Thunder Mountain Railroad roller coaster for 20 rides. Resulting in the stones passing 64% of the time. While putting the backpack in the front car only allowed the stones to pass 17% of the time. They also put the pack on Disney's Space Mountain ride with a top speed of 28.7 mph slower than first coaster with a top speed of 35 mph without the same result.
Clair's doctor wants replace her aortic valve.
Christine's daughter has been diagnosed with Celiac disease.
Gayle has Parkinson's disease and doesn't like the drugs her doctor prescribed.
Rigo asks Doc how he can get nutrients into his flock of chickens.
Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show discussing medical statistics. Stating that according to a study done by Lucian Leape found that 52% of doctors tested were high on street drugs, pharmaceuticals or alcohol. Asserting that recent government statistics show that medical mistakes are now the third leading cause of death in the U.S.
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article concerning a study of gut inflammation. Using lab equipment that simulates a human intestinal tract complete with gut bacteria. Researchers then added emulsifiers that are commonly added to processed foods to extend shelf life. Then noting a dramatic increase in a marker of gut inflammation.
Then gave the emulsifiers to mice which developed gut inflammation. This inflammation can lead to chronic conditions like obesity, high blood sugar and insulin resistance.
Bertie has friend diagnosed with left venticular non-compaction syndrome.
Teresa has allergies to several things.
Thomas has questions regarding his mother-in-law who has high blood pressure, arthritis and atrial fibrillation.
Sherry has dog with cancerous nodules in it's lungs.
Marylou has arthritis kidney disease and hypertension.
Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show discussing the demonization of cholesterol and fats. Citing the story how Ancel Keyes went around the country telling people how fats and dairy are bad for health. All to sell Crisco as a healthier alternative for cooking foods. Keyes telling people that cholesterol causes plugged arteries.
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article regarding a long term study. The study of over 124,000 adults found that people ate healthier foods they lowered their risk of type 2 diabetes by 16%. Similarly if the diet declined to eating less healthy foods they increased their risk of type 2 diabetes by 34%. Also finding that adults changing to healthier diets later in life still had a positive effect on health.
Marie has a friend who is bi-polar and wants get off of her prescription.
Bertie has high blood pressure and discovered a lump in her breast.
Greg is obese and wants to lose weight.
Richard is a stroke victim who lost sight in one eye as a result of the stroke.
Pharmacist Ben Fuchs fills in for Dr. Joel Wallach beginning the show discussing the importance of fiber in the diet for good health. Contending people should adopt a ketogenic diet. Which is moderate amounts of protein, low carbohydrates and high in fat. The exact opposite of what medical doctors are telling us.
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article about a study of diet and stress. Researchers at Ohio State had two groups of women a group of breast cancer survivors and a group of women without cancer. All of the women were around the age of 53 who filled out the "Daily Inventory of Stressful Events questionnaire. Given two different meals one with a lot of saturated fats and another with monounsaturated fats. Took blood samples from all several times looking for markers for inflammation. Finding the good fats meal protected against inflammation unless there were stressful events involved.
Sonya's husband has kidney disease and is on dialysis three times a weeks.
Debbie asks been about removing cysts.
Cheryl asks been his opinion of doing full body cleanses.
Dave has a friend diagnosed with heart and kidney disease.
Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show urging people to take control of their own healthcare. Asserting that all of the tests doctors perform in their offices can be done safely and inexpensivilly at home. Outlining many of the statistics of patients killed, injured and infected every year in the U.S.
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news story about a women who went in for skin cancer removal. Ending up with her colon tied to her vagina causing her to pass gas and other substances through her vagina. Three years later through an xray she found the cancer had not been removed at all. Only receiving a $33,000 settlement from the hospital and getting two thirds of the money forcing her to sue.
Tom has questions regarding Dupuytren's syndrome.
Bahar asks Dr. Wallach about a hiatal hernia.
Teresa has a friend on kidney dialysis.
Mike has high blood pressure but doesn't want to take the drugs his doctor is recommending.
Richard has questions concerning Crohn's disease.
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