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Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show discussing arthritis. Stating that each year the U.S. spends $626.8 billion to treat the symptoms of arthritis. Contending that arthritis could be wiped out if people would supplement with all 90 essential nutrients. Asserting that arthritis is due to nutritional deficiencies.

Pearls of Wisdom

Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article regarding the health benefits of parsley. Containing a compound called apigenin famous for it's anti-cancer properties. One trial researchers combined apigenin with green tea to treat colon cancer. A University of Missouri study showed that apigenin was effective against breast cancer. Another study researchers reported that apigenin killed at least 86% of lung cancer cells.

Callers

Jeffery is experiencing abdominal pain after taking Youngevity products.

Francisco has two questions first concerning a friend recovering from COVID 19. Second he has questions regarding his own blood sugar levels.

Ann has a friend with arthritis and is trying to get off of statin drugs.

David for a recommendation for people who don't want to take liquid vitamins and minerals.

Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show today discussing arthritis. Stating that each year Americans spend $626.8 billion on treating the symptoms. Stating that people can prevent and reverse arthritis through lifestyle changes and supplementation. Contending that all people should be supplementing with all 90 essential nutrients.

Pearls of Wisdom

Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss about a study of a form of vitamin E found in nuts. Called gamm-tocopherol this form of vitamin E can help prevent asthma attacks by reducing airway inflammation. Researchers from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine gave volunteers gamma-tocopherol or a placebo. Finding those in the gamma-tocopherol group had less inflammation and lower levels of mucins. Proteins that affect the stickiness of mucus. People who have asthma have been found to have higher levels of mucins.

Callers

Anna has questions about the Kids Toddy product.

Leslie's cat has chronic ear and sinus infections.

Ralph has two questions first he asks about a venus ulcer on his foot. Second he has bone on bone arthritis in his knees.

Debbie has a dry cough and has been told she has fluid in her lungs.

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