Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show discussing the longevity of professional athletes. Contending that couch potatoes live longer that pro athletes. Despite the fact that these athletes have the best diets and the best medical care. Stating that when these athletes work out and play their sports they are sweating out a soup of nutrients. Unless the 90 essential nutrients are taken through supplementation.Pearls of Wisdom
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article concerning a CBS investigation of Medicare fraud. Recruiters approach seniors offering "free" genetic cancer tests. Getting a saliva sample and the seniors Medicare card. Billing the persons Medicare account for $2500 to $10,000. With the seniors often not even getting the results of the test. Investigators estimate these scammers have defreaded Medicare of millions of dollares.Callers
Nancy has been diagnosed with osteoporosis.
Bryan has questions concerning how much Arthrydex he should give his dog. Second he has questions concerning his own diagnosis of a hematosis.
Maria has questions about her collapsed bronchial tubes.
Teresa has questions about how much oxybody she should take on a daily basis.
Christopher is a type 2 diabetic trying to get his A1C down.
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