A biomedical research pioneer, Dr. Joel D. Wallach spent more than 40 years in the field of Veterinary Medicine, observing and researching the effects of individual nutrients on animal health, before becoming a Naturopathic Physician in 1982. Today, Dr. Wallach is renowned for his groundbreaking research on the health benefits of selenium and other minerals. He currently dedicates his time to lecturing throughout the world on the therapeutic benefits of vitamins and minerals, and on lobbying the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on behalf of the dietary supplement industry.
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Pharmacist Benjamin Fuchs fills in for Dr. Wallach. Ben starts the show discussing the importance of "good fats" for good health. Outlining the various body systems that utilize essential fatty acids. Asserting that deficiencies in these "good fats" can lead to a variety of health challenges.
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Doug Winfrey and Ben Fuchs discuss a recent news artilcle concerning organic foods. The artilcle centers on whether or not organics have more nutrients and are healthier. Also looking at the environmental aspects of organic verses conventional foods.
Dr. Wallach discusses a news article regarding a link between obesity surgery and Wernicke's encephalopathy. The disease is associated with a thiamin deficiency.
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss two recent research studies. The first study done in Britain found a higher incidence of breast cancer among women who ate the most red and processed meats. The second study done at Duke University found that overweight employees had more injury claims and more lost work days than those workers who are not overweight.
Dr. Wallach discusses the 15 million casualties in the medical industy each year in the United States. Outlining various strategies to avoid being part of the medical industry.
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a couple of news articles concerning the nation's food supply. One article outlined the fact that ingredients imported to put in foods are rarely ever inspected. The U.S. is currently importing more and more products from countries like China, Mexico and India. These countries have had the most products fail inspections than others when the inspections are done. The second article concerns the FDA's investigation into the tainted pet foods. Some FDA officials now believe it is possible the melamine was intentionally put into wheat and rice glutens to boslter the perceived protein levels.
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