Dr. Wallach starts the show discussing nutrition posing the question "where did we go wrong". Citing the story of how the American Heart Association started an ad campaign touting the health benefits of unsaturated fats. Also stating that animal fats such as lard and butter were bad and caused coronary heart disease. Procter and Gamble the makers of Crisco also gave the America Heart Association 1.7 million dollars.
Pearls of Wisdom
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article that vindicates Dr. Wallach. The article is a warning from the National Institutes of Health about heterocyclic amines. Compounds that occur when meats are cooked at temperatures above 300 degrees. These heterocyclic amines are listed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services as a probable carcinogen. Doc has been warning about the dangers of heterocyclic amines for decades.
Vey has questions about breast feeding and taking nutritional supplements.
Mark has been diagnosed with high blood levels of serotonin.
Evelyn has a friend who has tested positive for HIV and chlamydia.
Gracie asks Docs opinion of injecting cartilage building materials into her knees.
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