Dr. Wallach starts the show citing a news article from a few years ago that states children born after 2001 won't outlive their parents. Doc asserts this is because our food is so bad these days. Asserting that years ago a milkshake actually was made from milk. Now they're made from sweetened oils and these oils contain free radicals. He continues to outline several common health challenges and the nutritional causes of these diseases.
Pearls of Wisdom
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article regarding a study of heartburn drugs. The study found those taking proton-pump inhibitors (PPI) and histamine 2 receptor antagoists (H2 blockers) for two years or longer are 65% more likely to be B12 deficient. Researchers contend these medications inhibit the production of gastric acid. This lack of acid keeps the body from absorbing nutrients of all kinds.
Shirley is contending with foamy urine, kidney disease and edema in her legs and feet.
Juergen has a friend with hypothyroidism, psoriasis and over production of estrogen.
Johnnie has been diagnosed with glaucoma and hardeining of arteries in his eyes resulting in blurred vision.
Janie recently saw her nutrient absorbtion reduced after taking a prescription medication.
Fidel's sister has several health challenges including obesity, paranoid schizophrenia, eczema and irregular menstrual cycles.
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