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Monologue

Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show discussing why he thinks so many Americans have health challenges. Stating that mineral deficiencies are at the root of most chronic disease states. Contending that U.S. soils are depleted of minerals so there are no minerals in the food we eat.

Pearls of Wisdom

Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article about kidney stones. Researchers at Michigan State University conducted a study that found riding roller coasters can help people pass kidney stones. To do this they used a 3D printer and made a silicone kidney three kidney stones in varying sizes. Put the kidney in a backpack and put it in the last car of Disney's Big Thunder Mountain Railroad roller coaster for 20 rides. Resulting in the stones passing 64% of the time. While putting the backpack in the front car only allowed the stones to pass 17% of the time. They also put the pack on Disney's Space Mountain ride with a top speed of 28.7 mph slower than first coaster with a top speed of 35 mph without the same result.

Callers

Clair's doctor wants replace her aortic valve.

Christine's daughter has been diagnosed with Celiac disease.

Gayle has Parkinson's disease and doesn't like the drugs her doctor prescribed.

Rigo asks Doc how he can get nutrients into his flock of chickens.

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