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Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show today discussing pre-existing health conditions. Contending people have these because they have nutritional deficiencies. This occurs because people have damaged thieir intestines by eating gluten. The damaged intestines can't absorb nutrients from foods.
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Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article about natural antibiotics. Some of these include oregano oil, olive leaf extract, ginger, honey and garlic. They all have antimicrobial and antibiotic properties. Without the adverse side effects that non-natural antibiotics. Doc asserts this is a good way to treat minor infections without the afore mentioned side effects.

Phyllis has question about her cat that has developed a heart problem.

Steven has two questions the first concerning his dog that has hot spots. Second he asks Doc about ratio of liquid minerals and water for his garden.

Eileen's doctor wants to perform an endoscopy procedure to check scars in her stomach.

Ken has a friend who is not a diabetic but is developing sores on their legs.

Dorian has a friend that has liver cirrhosis and their doctor wants to perform double knee replacement.

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Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show today discussing "broken heart syndrome". Asserting that this is hypertrophic heart attacks. Stating that he and his wife Dr. Ma Lan did thousands of autopsies of children in China who died from this disease. Contending that this is due to a deficiency of a single mineral. Recommending that if everyone supplemented with all 90 essential nutrient most diseases could be wiped out.
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Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article regarding a part of the Nurses Health Study. Looking at data of over 28,000 women and their physical activity. Those exercising 60 minutes daily had a lower risk of developing adenomas. These adenomas have long been linked to an increased risk of colorectal cancer. If women exercised both as adolescents and later as women they lowered their risk by 24%.

Lynn's sister has several health challenges including vertigo, Parkinson's symptoms, tremors and dementia.

Bethel has questions about weight loss.

Lee has a friend diagnosed with Parkinson's disease.

Steve has questions about lypomas and getting off of antidepressants.

Rosa believes that she has osteoporosis of the skull.

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