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. Wallach starts the show discussing the four types of dementia. Outlining that vascular dementia is caused by damage or blockage of small arteries in the brain. Korsakov's dementia caused by a vitamin deficiency. Wernike-Korsakov's dementia a vitamin deficiency combined with MS (multiple sclerosis). Finally Alzheimer's a loss of the myalin sheath on neural synapses due to cholesterol deficiencies.
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss 2 news articles regarding health. The first story concerns a girl who caught on fire after using alcohol based hand sanatizer. Second they discuss a news article concerning Big Pharmas move into Africa to expand market share and income.
Rick has questions concerning tinnitis.
Charity's dad has been diagnosed with myasthenia gravis.
Mike has concerns over blood in his stool.
Tim has been diagnosed with progressive tremors.
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Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show today discussing heart disease. Stating that many types of heart disease are a result of inflammation. With the inflammation being caused by free radicals from oils people consume. Asserting that people can avoid heart disease by using nutritional supplements and lifestyle changes.
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article about prescription drugs. The IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics has released a report that states spending for prescription drugs increased to $374 billion in 2014. An increase of 13% since 2001 with 4.3 billion prescriptions filled last year. Prescriptions covered by Medicaid rose by nearly 17% with that increase accounting for 70% of the growth in the number of prescriptions filled.
Alan's niece has hepatitis C and elevated liver enzymes.
Diana has a friend who has a bleeding ulcer.
Ibragina's son is experiencing soreness in his knees.
Cynthia has chronic congestive heart failure.
Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show today discussing mental disorders. Citing several common mental diseases and contending they are all nutritional deficiencies. Outlining which nutrients are deficient in each disorder. Asserting that people need to wake up and educate themselves and take care of their own healthcare.
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article concerning an AstraZeneca diabetes drug. A company sponsored clinical trial did not find links to increased risk of heart disease. Now the FDA has a report out that shows patients taking diabetes drug Onglyza have an increased risk of hospitalization due to heart failure. Also finding those taking the drug have an increased risk of death from all causes.
Naomi has questions about glaucoma.
Ralph has questions about a friend with shingles.
Betty has breast cancer that has returned.
Patricia has several health challenges including type 2 diabetes, hypertension and scar tissue on a heart valve.
William asks Dr. Wallach about his medical qualifications.
Rose asks Dr. Wallach about arthritis.
Kurt has questions about MS (multiple sclerosis).
Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show discussing the Walter Scott story and how many people have been outraged. Then poses the question "why aren't people outraged by all of the deaths within the medical industry". Outlining the numbers of people who are killed, injured and infected every year within the medical industry.
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article regarding studies of salt consumption. A recent Irish study found that those consuming 6000 to 7000 milligrams of salt daily had an increased risk of heart attack and stroke. Also finding that those with low salt intake were also at risk for cardiovascular problems. Of course the spokesperson for the American Heart Association whose guidelines recommends low salt intake disputes the study.
Patricia's husband is obese and trying to lose weight naturally.
Donald has gout and is diagnosed with spinal stenosis.
Cathy has a friend diagnosed with lichen planopilaris.
Bromely has hypertension and type 2 diabetes.
Gabriel weighs 400 pounds and is trying to lose weight.
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