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Dr. Joel Wallach starts the show today discussing longevity. Stating that there are cultures that live a lot longer than Americans. Contending these cultures live long because they don't eat gluten. Asserting that people with pre-exisitng health conditions are more likely to have a negative outcome if they contract the Covid 19. Citing the numbers in different countries comparing them to the U.S.

Pearls of Wisdom

Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article from Japan. The study of 36,000 men ages 40 to 29 found that those who ate mushrooms more than twice a week had a 17% lower risk of getting prostate cancer. In Asian countries mushrooms like reishi and shiitake are used to treat a number of conditions like high blood pressure, bronchitis and type 2 diabetes. Also boosting the immune system by stimulating immune cells that kill and eat cancer cells.


Jim's grandson has been diagnosed with ADHD.

Ester's mother suffered an aneurysm.

Alex's mother has cancer and is incontinent.

Adrian has a torn meniscus and has a Baker's cyst behind her knee.

Erica has been diagnosed with tumor on her lung.

Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show today discussing the corona virus numbers. Comparing the numbers between the U.S. and Thailand. Stating the U.S. has way more cases and more deaths than Thailand even though they have five times as many people. Asserting this is because Americans are eating gluten. Damaging their intestines compromising their ability to absorb nutrients.

Pearls of Wisdom

Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article of cardio vascular disease. Finding that supplementing with omega 3 fatty acids reduces the risk of CVD. Recommending that people supplement with at least 840mg daily. Omega 3s also promote eye health, reduces inflammation, promotes healthy skin and hair, good bone health and reduces liver fat.


Mike has high blood pressure and gets blood clots in his legs.

Venise several health challenges including MS, tinnitus, poor vision, high blood pressure and memory loss.

Camile has RA (rheumatoid arthritis), constipation and a skin rash.

Alex's mother is hospitalized with congestive heart failure.
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