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Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show today discussing cardiomyopathy heart disease. Outlining two young athletes that recently died from this disease. Stating that he knows what causes this disease. Contending that it is due to nutritional deficiencies. Also citing several professional athletes who he helped maintain their careers.

Pearls of Wisdom

Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article regarding a study from Harvard Medical School. Researchers examined the effects of 10 dietary factors, including the consumption of fruits and vegetables, nuts and seeds and processed meats. The results revealed the annual cost of cardiometabolic diseases caused by a poor diet is about $300 per person or $50 billion nationally. Poor diet accounted for !8% of all heart disease, stroke and type 2 diabetes.


Alicia has two questions the first concerns her dog that is acting anemic. Second she has questions regarding her own low blood pressure and is overweight.

Christine has low back pain, type 2 diabetes, heart disease and is constipated.

Debra has been diagnosed with multiple myloma, arthritis, is obese and has frequent urination.

Robert is constipated and thinks he might have candita.

Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show today discussing medical costs. Stating that that Alzheimer's costs $306 billion annually to just treat the symptoms. While contending that obesity costs $210 billion each year. With MS (multiple sclerosis) costs $85 billion to treat symptoms.

Pearls of Wisdom

Dr. Wallach continues his monologue.


Fidel's father has several health challenges including psoriasis, frequent urination, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes and insomnia.

Karen is recovering from a stroke has high blood pressure and wants to get off of dialysis.

Gilbert's dentist recommended a deep cleaning of his teeth now they are loose.

EJ has knot behind his ear and has tinnitus.

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