Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show today discussing the average life spans of professional athletes. Stating that because they are in great physical shape and get the best foods. These athletes should live at least as long as the average American. But in fact most professional athletes don't live as long as the average couch potato. Contending when these athletes are exercising and playing their sports they are sweating a soup of nutrients. If they are re-hydrating with something other than Youngevity's "Rebound FX" they are not replenishing these nutrients.
Pearls of Wisdom
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article concerning a study from the University of British Columbia. The study had participants that had vascular dementia from blood vessel damage. For six months one group of participants exercised by walking for an hour three times a week. The other group did not change their lifestyles. Prior to the beginning the study all participants were given MRI brain scans and other tests that measured neural activity and cognitive ability. After six months the groups were tested again finding the exercise group had improved cognition and neural activity.
Cornell asks Dr. Wallach's opinion of lectin found in gluten.
Jesse's wife has been diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis.
Serena's cousin has pain from bone spurs.
Chris has two questions the first concerning his brother who has blood clots in his legs. Second he has questions concerning his sister who has psoriatic arthritis.
Ieda has a friend diagnosed with high testosterone levels.
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