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Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show today discussing muscle and skeleton problems. Outlining several common health challenges involving muscles, bones and cartilage. Stating these can all be prevented and reversed through nutritional supplementation and lifestyle changes. Stating many of these health challenges are due a deficiency in a single nutrient.

Pearls of Wisdom

Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article regarding a study on cancer. Researchers put mice in a small structure that allowed very little movement for a week. Then the mice were split into two groups one group stayed in the small boxes. The other group the control group were put into larger comfortable cages. After a month the mice in the small boxes exhibited signs of depression and anxiety. These mice also had larger tumors that were growing at a faster rate than the control group.

Callers

Ken has a dog that is experiencing seizures.

Tina has several health challenges including high blood pressure, diverticulitis and degenerative disk disease.

Tihiti's son has stage 4 glioblastoma

Shawntay has a friend diagnosed with congestive heart failure and high blood pressure.

Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show today discussing the COVID 19 numbers of infections and deaths. Comparing the numbers in India to Asian cultures. Contending that India has a lot more infections and deaths because they are eating gluten. Stating that the gluten destroys the villi compromising the ability to absorb nutrients. Without these nutrients the body can't make white blood cells and platelets needed to fight the virus.

Pearls of Wisdom

Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article regarding a study from California. Finding that those who drank eight ounces of sugary soda daily can accelerate aging by nearly two years. While drinking 20 ounces daily accelerated aging by up to 4.6 years. Those drinking the sodas were found to have shorter telomeres in their DNA. Research has shown that shorter telomeres has been linked to an increased risk of cardiovascular disease.

Callers

Randy is on dialysis 3 times a week has tinnitus and is a type 2 diabetic.

Joyce has congestive heart failure, atrial fibrillation and has blood in her urine.

Brianna's son was born with a defective heart valve.

Jennifer is a type 2 diabetic with Charcot-Marie-Toothe disease.

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