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Dead Doctors Don't Lie Program 19 March 2007

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Monologue

Dr. Wallach discusses the new Youngevity product Cocogevity.  Explaining that the legendary "Juice Man" Jay Kordich is the spokes person because the product is so good.

Pearls of Wisdom

Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a recent research study concerning juices and Alzheimer's and heart disease.  The study conducted at the University of Glasgow in Scotland was published in the Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry.  The study found that purple grape juice has higher levels of the antioxidant polyphenols than orange, apple, grapefruit, cranberry, pineapple or tomato juices.

Callers

  • Jim has questions concerning taking iron and calcium supplements at the same time.
  • Flo's 102 year old mother won't eat and she is looking for ways to get nutrtion into her mom.
  • George is a diabetic who is obese and wanting to lose weight.
  • Wes was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease 14 years ago and is looking for a nutritonal plan.

Dead Doctors Don't Lie Program 16 March 2007

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Monologue

Dr. Wallach starts todays show talking about one of Youngevity's newest products the antioxidant juice drink "Cocogevity".  This chocolate flavored fruit drink has the highest ORAC value of any product on the market with over 85,000 ORAC points in each bottle.  Doc also explains the importance of antioxidant supplementation.

Pearls of Wisdom

Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss two recent news stories.  The first concerns St. Barnabas Hospital in the Bronx, New York.  At this hospital as many as 700 people were exposed to tuberculosis.  Apparently, a hospital worker who had active TB worked in the neonatal intensive care unit, the well-baby nursery, the maternity ward and the psychiatric ward.  So far 3 people has turned up with positive tests to TB exposure.

Callers

  • Gayle has a dog that has been diagnosed with heart worms.
  • Neil has two questions the first his sister who has been diagnosed with diabetes.  Next he has questions concerning himself and his leg that has severe edema.
  • Judy has two questions one about a 6 month old with eczema and the second about an adult woman with rosecia.

Dead Doctors Don't Lie Program 15 March 2007

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Monologue

Dr. Wallach starts the show discussing the recent Iditarod Sled Dog Race.  Outlining how Lance Mackey the winner used 13 of his 16 dogs from the same team of dogs that won the Quest International Sled Dog race just 12 days before.  Making Mackey the first to win both races back to back in the same year.  Asserting that usually following a 1000 mile race the dogs are so banged up the cannot compete any more.  The difference is that Mackey had been giving his dogs Youngevity's "Arthydex" as part of their nutritional plan.  While Mackey himself used Rebound FX to hydrate himself during the race.

Pearls of Wisdom

Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a couple of news stories.  The first concerns obestiy surgery and a link to Wernicke encephalopathy a brain disorder caused by a thiamine deficiency.  Next they dicuss another story concerning the "weekend effect" where researchers have found that patients have a higher risk of dying from heart attack or stroke if they are admitted on a weekend.

Callers

  • Charlene has questions concerning a dog with a heart murmur.
  • Richard has arthritis and leg pain.
  • Ann is struggling with high cholesterol levels.
  • Janice is using the Slender FX product but is still having difficulty losing weight.

Dead Doctors Don't Lie Program 14 March 2007

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Nurse JoAnn Conaway fills in for Dr. Wallach.  JoAnn starts the show discussing the relative low ranking of the U.S. in the realm of health and longevity.  Outlining how the U.S. spends more on health care than all of the countries ahead of the U.S.

Pearls of Wisdom

Doug Winfrey and JoAnn Conaway discuss a recent news article regarding the FDA's new warning about prescription sleeping pills.  Apparently there have been more than a dozen incidents of people driving, fixing meals, having sex and making phone calls will asleep.   These people also did not remember doing any of the afore mentioned activities.

Callers

  • Cal has questions regarding his failing memory.
  • Vicki has questions concerning a rare fungal infection her son contracted.
  • Lydia has questions regarding periphal neuropathies, diverticulitis and Flora FX.

Dead Doctors Don't Lie Program 13 March 2007

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Dr. Wallach starts the show discussing the fact that over 60% of Americans are over weight and over 30% are obese.  Asserting that this is due to nutritional deficiencies and outlining several Youngevity products that can aid in weight loss.

Pearls of Wisdom

Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article concerning research on diabetes.  A study done at Yale University reviewed the data from 88 previous studies and conclusive proof that drinking sugary soft drinks double the risk of getting diabetes.

Callers

  • Jimmy has questions concerning frequent bowel movements.
  • Don has a friend diagnosed with hepatitis B and C as well as cirrhosis of the liver from chronic alcohol consumption.
  • Beth asks Dr. Wallach for a colon cleanse recommendation and has also been recently diagnosed with avascular necrosis of the hip bone.
  • Kevin has questions concerning which fruit juices are healthy choices.

Dead Doctors Don't Lie Program 12 March 2007

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Dr. Wallach talks about the importance of supplemental antioxidants for good health.  Outlining several of the Youngevity products that are rich in antioxidants.

Pearls of Wisdom

Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss two recent news articles.  The first concerns cell phones and hospitals.  Hospitals have had a cell phone ban for years a recent study done at the Mayo Clinic found that this policy is groundless.  However, other research has found that 'electronic article surveillance' systems in retail stores do cause problems.  Mainly with implantable devices such as pace makers and cardiac defibrulators.  A second article regarding a dramatic rise in type II diabetes in Asian populations has the medical community worried about an epidemic.

Callers

  • Brooke's daughter has been experiencing dizziness.
  • Yvonne is experiencing all of the symptoms of a urinary tract infections although all tests have been negative.
  • Lydia has questions concerning hypertension.
  • Sandra has been diagnosed with acute optic neuritis.

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