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Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show today discussing the COVID 19 numbers of infections and deaths. Asserting that with these spikes people need to go back to wearing masks, use social distancing and frequent hand washing. Stating that whether people are vaccinated or not everyone should be supplementing with all 90 essential nutrients.
Pearls of Wisdom

Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article regarding the health benefits of eating dates. From the palm date tree common in the tropics. People in the west usually eat them dried. With a high fiber content dates can help improve bowel movements and prevent constipation. The fiber also helps slow digestion which can help with blood sugar levels preventing spikes after meals. Dates are rich in antioxidants that fights inflammation and damage from oxidative stress.
Callers

Shelby has several health challenges including low back pain, hair loss, loose teeth, stomach pain, itchy skin and hepatitis C.

Yadira's husband is experiencing chest pain, fatigue and dizziness following the vaccine.

Joe's children ages 6 and 9 have cavities in their teeth and the dentist wants to put a crown on them.

Helen has two questions the first for herself and has several health challenges including tinnitus, high blood pressure, low back pain, Sjogren's syndrome and frequent urination. Second she has questions concerning her dog that has a skin rash and swollen feet.

Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show today outlining his theory on what killed off the dinosaurs. Asserting glaciers left behind debris that prevented silt from getting to the oceans. Starving the algae that converts CO2 to oxygen. Causing the atmosphere to have less than 10% oxygen. Causing the dinosaurs to starve from lack of oxygen.
Pearls of Wisdom

Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article regarding a study of the health benefits of walnuts. German researchers found that people in a study who ate a diet rich in walnuts were able to lower their cholesterol levels and increased good bacteria in the gut. Researchers from PennState did a similar study finding the same results increased amounts of good bacteria. They also found those in the study lowered their blood pressure.
Callers

Martin asks if he can substitute the BTT tablets for the powder. Doc says no the tablets are not a replacement product. He also has a history of asthma and pulmonary embolism.

Susie has a friend whose son has been diagnosed with ADHD.

John has an enlarged prostate and his bladder is not emptying properly.

Dana is obese and has concerns about a chemical that was sprayed in her apartment to kill bed bugs.

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