Monologue

Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show discussing his career outlining his ability to uncover what killed 50 sheep in one night. Through an autopsy he discovered the sheep had high levels of nitrates in their systems. Causing the thyroid to enlarge finding that on night the sheep died the temperature dropped 19 degrees and the sheep died from hypothermia. Which he then publised in a paper that got the attention of Marlen Perkins. Who then sent Doc to Africa on the white rhino project.

Pearls of Wisdom

Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a study of sugars. A dietitian Jaclyn London outlines which sugars are good and which should be avoided. Stating that sugar should not be cut completely out of the diet. Explaining that the good sugars are found in foods like beets, grapes, carrots and grains. Natural sugars like fructose from fruit, lactose from milk and sucrose a combination of glucose and fructose.

Callers

Mandy's daughter has several health challenges including high blood pressure, Wallach's ataxia, tinnitus and osteoporosis.

Rob's mother is in a care faculty and the staff with not let him give his mother nutritional supplements.

Nick's aunt has high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes and hypothyroidism.

Nancy's son has been diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis.

Jean has a friend who has suffered 2 strokes leaving severely disabled.

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