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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Pharmacist Ben Fuchs fills in for Dr. Joel Wallach beginning the show discussing holiday stress and anxiety. Asserting that holidays can bring a lot of happiness but for many it brings stress and anxiety. Contending there many ways to deal with stress things such as deep breathing can lower blood pressure and relieve stress.
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Doug Winfrey and Ben Fuchs discuss a news article regarding natural remedies for common maladies. Things such as jock itch, hyperhidrosis, warts, toe nail fungus, dandruff and bad breath. Essential oils were the fix for jock itch, warts, toe nail fungus and dandruff. While probiotics was helpful for bad breath and crystal deodorant worked for hyperhidrosis.
Michelle has questions regarding a torn miniscus and asks Ben's opinion of coconut oil.
Rebbeca has questions concerning high blood pressure.
Gerold has been diagnosed with macular degeneration
Steve has a friend who broke some bones in his foot and a pin was put in but the pin broke.
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Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show today discussing his "Seeing is Believing" CD. Telling the story of how the CD came to into being. At a lecture Dr. Wallach was giving a man asked him if the symptoms of macular degneration can be reversed. Suddenly another man jumped and called Doc a liar. Saying I'm an eye doctor and once a person is blind they're blind. Doc challenged the man to give him 12 legally blind patients. The doctor brought him charts for 27 patients and said if you can get even two to see I will apologize. Ninety days later all 27 could now read and drive and only two needed glasses. So the doctor recorded his apology onto a CD.
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article concerning a study from Harvard Medical School. Finding that cardiac arrest patients and the sickest heart failure patients treated at teaching hospitals during the two biggest national cardiology meeting fared better than those treated 3 weeks before and 3 weeks after the meetings. Also finding these patients were less likely to have invasive procedures such as stents.
Bill has been diagnosed with congestive heart failure.
Colleen has questions regarding a detached retina.
Sam's husband is experiencing dizziness at times.
Dee has chronic yeast infections and a skin rash.
Kat's cat has infected teeth and wants help it heal.
Dr. Joel Wallach starts todays show citing several professional athletes who he has worked with on their careers. Stating how he was able turn their careers around through nutrition. Naming a few whose careers were extended when other medical professional gave them no hope of continuing their athletic careers.
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article concerning diabetics. The article outlines several foods and drinks that can spike blood sugar levels. As well as how exercise and hormones can have effects on how the body reacts to insulin. Doc asserts that Youngevity's "SweetEze" can help stabilize blood sugar levels.
Teresa's grandfather is a type 2 diabetic suffering dementia symptoms.
Bethany has a friend diagnosed with metastatic bone cancer.
James is sensitive to sugars and asks Dr. Wallach to recommend products he can use.
Berdie tells Dr. Wallach which products she is taking and asks if she should and any products to her program.
John has been diagnosed with stage 4 stomach cancer.
Dr. Joel Wallach starts the show today discussing dementia. Stating there are four types of dementia but specifically focuses on Alzheimers. Citing a previous study that found increased cognitive function by giving patients vitamin E. Contending that many diseases can be prevented and even reversed with nutritional supplementation.
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article on a new drug to treat acute lymphoblastic leukema. During a clinical trial 32% of patients had complete remission. The drug involves two courses that cost $89,000 for a total of $178,000. Doug asserts that taking in more than 100,000 ORAC points daily to prevent getting cancer.
Carmen has questions concerning a rash on her foot
Betty's 10 year old granddaughter has infected tonsils.
Wanda has a friend with arthrits.
Melissa has a poodle diagnosed with acid reflux.
Roger has been diagnosed with ventricular tachycardia.
Dr. Joel Wallach starts the show stating the saying "you are what you eat" isn't really true. Contending that "you are what you absorb" meaning that if a person has digestive problems they aren't going to absorb nutrients they take in either in the form of food or supplements. Stating that people should take care of digestive problems otherwise they will end up with multiple health challenges.
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article concerning an Australian study. The study found that people who had a parent who had a knee replacement were twice as likely to have knee pain themselves. Doc asserts that once again researchers make a good observation but they take it in the wrong direction. Contending that most likely since they were family the probably ate the same diet.
Kevin's sister has several health challenges including type 2 diabetes, asthma, hypertension, rosacea, Fuchs corneal disease, meniere's disease and has had her gall bladder and appendix removed.
Ruby has a friend diagnosed with chikunganya
Jerry's granddaughter is four years old and over 80 pounds.
Dr. Joel Wallach starts todays show asserting that athletes need to supplement because they are sweating out nutrients. Citing the story of former NBA star Theo Ratliff and how doctors were telling him his career was over at age 28. This because he had osteoporosis which led him to Dr. Wallach. After just 90 days of taking supplements Theo was reinstated and cleared to play. He played another 14 years was the shot blocking champion for two seasons and made another 140 million dollars before retiring.
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article concerning a Stanford School of Medicine study. Researchers looked at over 9000 male patients who had sought help for infertility because of low semen production. Finding these men were also at a greater risk of having certain heart conditions, vascular problems, skin problems and disorders related to the endocrine system. This data also supports previous research that had linked low semen production to cancer and early death.
Lee has been diagnosed with Crohn's disease and is also wanting to lose weight.
Williams has questions regarding a friend who has MS (multiple sclerosis). He also had additional questions concerning another friend who has had several strokes
Michelle has discovered a lump in her breast and is also experiencing hip and joint pain.
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