Dr. Wallach starts the show discussing cystic fibrosis. Citing the story of how he was able to create cystic fibrosis in monkeys and then used nutritional supplements to reverse symptoms. When he presented his data to his employers at the Yerkes Primate Institute in Atlanta, GA he was fired. Contending that most in the medical industry are more interested in fund raising than actually curing patients.
Pearls of Wisdom
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article regarding a study of why athletes and performers die earlier than the average Joe. Doc asserts the data is skewed because the researchers only looked at obituaries from the New York Times. Contending that average people were less likely to get their obituary in the New York Times than famous people. Also asserting that performers also sweat a lot as do athletes thus losing vital nutrients through their sweat.
- Mike questions concerning a friend who has IBS (irritable bowel syndrome).
- Stephanie has a friend diagnosed with Marpan's syndrome and a leaky aortic valve.
- Anita is experiencing wide fluctuations in her blood pressure.
- Carmen recently lost her father and is now depressed with no appetite.
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