Dr. Wallach starts the show discussing the story of "Crisco" first made in 1911 from vegatable oil. With the American Heart Association endorsing the product as a healthy alternative to butter. However, the American Heart Association was funded by a marketing campaign by Proctor and Gamble the maker of Crisco.
Pearls of Wisdom
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article regarding preventable deaths. The article outlines 6 lifestyle changes that the UN General Assembly contends will save 37 million lives by 2025. They contend quitting smoking, limiting drinking, cutting back on salt, controlling blood pressure, controlling blood sugar and reducing obesity will help people live longer. Doc and Doug contend that avoiding medical doctors will also help save lives.
Rebecca's doctor recently told her she has elevated pancreatic enzymes.
Brayton has a follow up call concerning a horse with a pulled ligament.
Jim's wife is experiencing chronic diarrhea.
Debbie's dog was recently diagnosed with Addison's disease.
Jack has a follow up call regarding a previous call about ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis).
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