Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show today discussing athletes who die young. Contending these athletes had depleted their stores of nutrients by sweating them out of their bodies. Citing a few high profile cases of athletes that died from cardiomyopathy heart attacks. Stating that people who excercise and compete should be using the Rebound FX product from Youngevity.Pearls of Widsom
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article concerning sugar consumption. The article states four confusing facts about sugar. The first is there are two types of sugar naturally occuring in fruits, vegetables and dairy products. Second the article recommends reading labels because natural sugars and added sugars are combined on food labels. Third people should limit sugar intake the American Heart Association recommends women should have no more than 100 calories daily in added sugar. Fourth people should understand that when drinking fruit and vegetable healthy drinks they are getting natural sugars but no fiber. Fiber helps slow digestion giving the body time to metabolize sugar.Callers
Renee has a brother with muscle atrophy in his neck after a doctor severed a nerve during surgery.
Kesha's mom had a stroke and high blood pressure. She also has questions about her own MS and glaucoma.
Robert's PSA numbers are going up and has concerns about prostate cancer.
Alida's daughter has arthritis.
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