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Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show today discussing medical costs. Stating that these cost pay only to treat symptoms. Heart disease costs $316.8 billion, MS (multiple sclerosis) costs $85 billion and arthritis costs $626.8 billion. Asserting that these disease can be prevents and reversed through lifestyle changes and supplementation.

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Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article regarding a study on fat burning and it's relationship to sunlight. Finding that a specific wavelength of light results in white fat cells releasing fatty acids into the blood stream, allowing other cells to use the fat for energy. Also finding that artificial lights don't provide enough of this type of light.


Sheryl has questions concerning the products she is taking.

Jody's husband has atrial fibrillation, vertigo and Parkinson's disease.

Teresa has a friend with Alzheimer's, high blood pressure and arthritis.

David's niece has arthritis, type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure and poor circulation.

Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show today discussing longevity. Citing various cultures and long they live. Stating that the longest living people are the Hunza people. With an average age of 120 years. Asserting that he believes this is because of the minerals in there soil.

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Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article regarding the negative side effects of the Pfizer drug Lipitor. According to the CDC over half of U.S. adults (54.5% or 47 million) could benefit from taking cholesterol lowering statins like Lipitor. The FDA has warned that Lipitor has a history of inducing higher blood sugar levels. It has long been known that long term high blood sugar levels can lead to type 2 diabetes.


Marina's daughter is experiencing dizziness, has ringing in the ears and headaches. She has also been diagnosed with a brain tumor.

Michael has a friend whose knee is swollen and sore but did not sustain an injury.

Madrew has a psychiatrist friend that is curious to know if vitamins and minerals can benefit people with depression.

Ken has a friend who fell off a ladder and sustained a shoulder injury.

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