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Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show today discussing cardiomyopathy heart attacks. Citing his work in China where he and Dr. Ma Lan discovered why these occur. Finding that cardiomyopathy heart attacks are due to nutritional deficiencies. In an area in China where these were occurring at an alarming rate. When supplementation was added to the mix these heart attack were mostly wiped out.

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Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a new article a diet that lowers blood sugar levels. The diet is low in carbohydrates rich in proteins and fats. This is the same type of diet that Dr. Wallach has been advocating for decades. It is different than what mainstream dietary recommendation are put forth. Which is rich in grains and other fiber rich foods.

Don has questions about pulmonary embolisms.

Sybil has high blood pressure and low kidney function.

Shirley has been diagnosed with low blood calcium levels.

Sandra has pain from a back injury and has been experiencing seizures.

Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show discussing ways to live to be 100 years old. Citing several long lived cultures and why there diets help them live longer. Stating that cultures who eat wheat products don't live as long. While the longer lived cultures don't eat wheat the eat rice and other non-gluten laden foods. Also citing some of the covid virus numbers showing that wheat eating cultures have more cases and more deaths.

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Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article regarding the immune system. The article cites several foods and herbs that boost the efficiency of the immune system. The article also states that getting enough sleep also helps the immune system stay healthy. Advocating the use of probiotics that help promote the production of antibodies.

Rachel is experiencing chronic back pain from sciatica.

Javier has a friend with stage 4 lung cancer.

Al's mother is an obese type 2 diabetic and high blood pressure.

Tom has questions about vitamin D3 supplementation.

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