Monologue

Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show discussing "good foods" and "bad foods". Asserting that good health is more tied to avoiding the "bad foods". Contending that when doctors tell patients to eat the "good foods" and they will get all the nutrients they need it's a lie. Stating that there are very few nutrients in crops and there are no nutrients are in the soils.

Pearls of Wisdom

Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article concerning a study of the effacacy of current heart treatments. Researchers finding that the use of stents and bypass surgeries are no more effective than intensive drug treatments. Standard treatment has been implanting stents (wire mesh tubes) to hold open clogged arteries or bypass surgeries that re-direct blood around the blockage. The large study contends that the invasive procedures aren't necessary in patients who are not experiencing angina or chest pain.

Callers

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