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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.
Dr. Wallach has been appearing recently with George Noory on Coast to Coast AM.
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Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show discussing the over use of antibiotics. Asserting this is leading to resistant bacteria. Contending that taking antibiotics isn't always necessary especially for viral infections. Citing several Youngevity products that have bacteria killing properties.Pearls of Wisdom
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article concerning a study from the University of Michigan. The study found that people who had gastric stomach banding to lose weight often needed additional procedures. In fact 18.5 % of people who had gastric banding needed additional surgeries. With the secondary surgery often costs much more than the original procedure.Callers
Gracie has bone on bone arthritis and her doctor wants to perform a replacement procedure.
Madrew has friend diagnosed with stage four breast cancer.
Chauntey has lost some her grip in her right hand.
Dave has blood clots in his leg.
Ellen is experiencing a gall bladder attack.
Pharmacist Ben Fuchs fills in for Dr. Joel Wallach today. Beginning the show discussing fibrosis. Explaining how fibrosis manifests itself in the human body. Asserting this can be avoided because it is due to a nutritional deficiency. Contending that almost all disease can be linked to chronic inflammation in the body.Pearls of Wisdom
Doug Winfrey and Ben Fuchs discuss a news article concerning a study from Denmark. A long term study that followed over 50,000 people for over a decade. Comparing questionares regarding participants diets and lifestyles. With the national data base of health challenges faced by participants. Finding those who ate at least one ounce of chocolate at least once a week. Had a reduced risk of atrial fibrillation by nearly 20%.Callers
Angel has been diagnosed with clogged arteries.
Gracie has bone on bone arthritis in her knee and her doctor wants her to get replacement surgery.
David has been told he has four blood clots in his leg.
Doug has a friend diagnosed with cervical polyps.
Anna has been plagued with scabies for a number of years.
Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show discussing the nation wide problem of opioid addiction. Contending the writing of prescriptions for opioids should be banned and made illegal. Asserting that there are plenty of other ways to manage pain. Stating that doctors write these prescriptions knowing patients might get hooked and keep coming back.Pearls of Wisdom
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss new guidelines out from the American Academy of Pediatrics. The guidelines recommend that parents don't give children under the age of 1 any fruit juice at all. For children ages 1-3 recommending no more than 4 ounces daily. Ages 3-6 limited to 4-6 ounces and those 7 and older a maximum of 8 ounces daily. These new guidelines are aimed at reducing childhood weight gain and obesity. Also with concerns about children developing dental cavities.Callers
Marie has a friend diagnosed with bowel cancer.
Helen has a friend experiencing painful menstrual cycles.
Paulette asks Doc his opinion of eating coconuts and the grain quinoa. She also asks him if doing a cardio stress test is ok.
Ron has several health challenges including kidney failure, atherosclerosis, osteoporosis, high blood pressure and degenerative disk disease.
Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show today discussing congenital birth defects. Citing several common disease states that are supposed to be genetic. Contending that all of these diseases are actually nutritional deficiencies. Because the mother was deficient in nutrients either during conception or during gestation. Many of the diseases are due to just one missing nutrient.Pearls of Wisdom
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss an editorial written by Fox News medical editor Dr. Andrew Weill. He contends that too many people especially the elderly are the victims of polypharmacy. Also contending that too many people are also over using over-the-counter drugs as well. Dr. Weill blames direct to consumer marketing for much of the problem. Stating this type of marketing of drugs should be banned.Callers
Robin has a cat that has been diagnosed with a blood disorder.
Liz's father has high blood pressure and had a stroke three years ago.
Sue Ellen has a son with Downs syndrome.
Sophie has digestive problems but doesn't want to take drugs.
Amber's father has had two failed liver transplants.
Nutritional Pharmacist Melissa Golladay fills in for Dr. Joel Wallach. Beginning the show discussing the human body's ability to repair. Outlining the fact with the proper nutrients the human body can repair itself without drugs and surgeries. Stating that most chronic disease can be linked to inflammation.Pearls of Wisdom
Doug Winfrey and Melissa Golladay discuss a news article about acid reflux. Outlining several home remedies for dealing with digestive problems. Recommending chewing ginger, basil leaves and cloves. Also recommending putting cinnamon in warm water and drinking it. Doug also states that Dr. Wallach says that salt is the raw material the body uses to make stomach acid. Adding that peppermint oil in warm water can also soothe an upset stomach.Callers
Sharon has questions about macular degeneration and asks how it take to get results when taking nutrients.
Rebecca has a friend who has been diagnosed with breast cancer.
Rachel has chronic diarrhea that has been bothering her for a couple of years.