Pharmacist Ben Fuchs fills in for Dr. Joel Wallach beginning the show discussing food poisoning. Citing the statistics of how many people contract food poisoning every year. Over 70,000 annually get food poisoning with number one culprit being lettuce. Stating that when people think of food poisoning they think bacterial. But many of the cases are actually caused by viruses.Pearls of Wisdom
Doug Winfrey and Ben Fuchs discuss a news article regarding a study of eating habits in the U.S. Analyzing data from the "Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System survey for all 50 states. Researchers found that less than 15% of adults eat the daily recommended federal guidelines for fruit and vegetable daily consumption. The lowest was Tennessee at 7.5% with the highest being California at 17.7%. Only 13% of people report eating enough fruit and 8.9 are eating enough vegetables daily.Callers
Desean mother is a type 2 diabetic who has had a history of heart attacks and strokes.
Jennifer's son has been diagnosed with ADHD (attention deficit hyperactive disorder)
Merriam's father is a type 2 diabetic diagnosed with a pancreatic mass.
James has sleep apnea and is fatigued.
Eddie has hypertension and wants to control his blood sugar without drugs.
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