Dead Doctors Don't Lie is not available for rebroadcast for commercial purposes without a license.
Contact SUPPORT@KSCO.com for license information.

Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show today discussing the Covid 19 numbers in the U.S. Stating that there have been 22 million infections and over 370,000 deaths. Comparing these numbers against some Asian countries. Which have a lot less infections and deaths compared to the U.S. Stating this is because of the differences in diets. Contending Americans eat a lot of grains that contain gluten. Which destroys the intestines and the body's ability to make white blood cells to fight the virus. While Asian countries eat rice and sweet potatoes that don't contain gluten.
Pearls of Wisdom

Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article the importance of omega 3 fatty acids for good health. Outlining several health benefits such as reducing cardiovascular disease risk and death. Others such as reducing blood clots, preventing atherosclerosis, lowering triglyceride levels and maintaining normal blood pressure levels.
Callers

Alicia has questions concerning her brother's type 2 diabetes.

MaryAnn's cousin has several health challenges including kidney failure, congestive heart failure and allergies.

Susan has questions on how and when to take the BTT (Beyond Tangy Tangerine).

Marylin has low blood pressure and an irregular heart beat.

To Talk To Doc Now, Call 831-685-1080!
To speak to an experienced nutritional consultant now, call 313-444-3463.

Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show discussing absorption of nutrients. Asserting that many Americans are not absorbing their nutrients even if they are taking them. Contending those who aren't supplementing are deficient because there are no nutrients in the foods today. As it only takes three minerals to grow crops and the soils are depleted. Also due to damage to the intestines because of gluten intolerance those getting nutrients aren't absorbing them.

Pearls of Wisdom

Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article regarding a study from the U.S. National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. Researchers found that children are getting way too much added sugar in their diets. Finding that 99% of children ages 19 to 23 months are getting over 7 teaspoons of sugar daily. More sugar than is in a Snickers candy bar.

Callers

Patty has several health challenges including high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes and obesity.

Melissa has been told that she has fluid in her appendix.

Anthony has a friend whose son has been diagnosed with catatonic schizophrenia.

Don has a friend diagnosed with lupus, arthritis and fibromyalgia.

Page 3 of 399

×
Sign Up For The Newsletter