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Dr. Wallach starts the show discussing Mad Cow disease and how researchers haven't been able to duplicate the disease in the lab.  Contending this is because it is due to nutritional deficiencies.  Also citing the story of how Dr. Ancel Keyes pushed the idea of saturated fats being bad for health.  All to help drive sales of Proctor and Gambles "Crisco" product an unsaturated fat made from vegetable oil.

Pearls of Wisdom

Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article regarding a study of people who are on gluten free diets.  The study found that 72% of participants in the study didn't meet the description of non-celiac gluten sensitivity.  They also found that 44% of participants started gluten free diets on their own.  The lead researcher warned against getting on a gluten free diet without being tested for celiac disease.  Contend it could lead to other health problems.  But Doc disagrees asserting there are no health problems associated with not eating grains.


Alvin has heart disease and has already undergone bypass surgery.

Chistina's sister is taking Ritalin for ADHD and asks Dr. Wallach if there are nutritional supplements that can handle the symptoms.

Kathy's son is severely autistic and asks Doc for a nutrtiional supplement program.

Marylin has two questions first she has questions concerning her dog who isn't eating.  Second she has questions regarding her own enlarged uterus.

Amy's mother has been diagnosed with osteoporosis and tendonitis.

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