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AUDIO: Dr. Joel Wallach on Coast to Coast AM, October 29th 2015

Dr. Joel Wallach

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Dr. Joel Wallach discussed the body and its ability to benefit from natural healing without using modern medicine. Diseases and ailments are often related to deficiencies in various nutrients and minerals, he contends. For millennia, humans unknowingly enhanced their diet with minerals by putting wood ashes from fireplaces into their gardens. However, with the advent of electricity, the population largely stopped burning wood, and now have many more health problems because of the lack of these minerals, he stated.

Wallach declared that people can remain in optimal condition by giving the body everything it needs nutrition-wise, as well as avoiding certain dietary items like processed meats, and fried foods. Discussing the condition of gout, he said that it stems from an enzyme/metabolism problem in the liver and suggested that sufferers avoid eating items that make uric acid, including shellfish, legumes (peas/beans), and organ meats.


AUDIO: Dr. Joel Wallach on Coast to Coast AM, September 22nd 2015

Dr. Joel Wallach

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Dr. Joel Wallach discussed various ailments of the body and the ability to use natural healing without relying on modern medicine. He cited the benefits of natural remedies that aid in the recovery of many diseases that affect us today. If you're missing essential nutrients or not getting the minimum daily requirement, "your body chemistry doesn't work, and so suddenly you start getting symptoms-- you have fatigue, you have no energy, you're not able to function properly when it comes to making decisions...all these things are going wrong," he detailed.

Regarding the problem of chronic migraine headaches, one of the quickest ways to eliminate them is to get on a gluten-free diet, he suggested. Speaking about tinnitus or the ringing of the ear, he related it to a kind of osteoporosis in an area in the skull and inflammation of a cranial nerve. For Lyme disease, legitimate cases are curable within two weeks with antibiotics, but what people call "chronic Lyme disease" is actually gluten intolerance, he stated.


AUDIO: Pharmacist Ben Fuchs on Coast to Coast AM, September 3rd 2015

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Registered pharmacist Ben Fuchs shared the latest in health information and treatments, as well as current trends in medicine, and the good vs bad of diet fads. He addressed C2C producer Tom Danheiser's recent bout with a pulmonary embolism, a kind of blood clot. It's important to keep the body's circulatory system active through movement, and slow deep breathing to oxygenate the blood, he advised.

Fat processing, he noted, is a problem that can particularly affect women. He recommends using fat dissolving nutrients such as probiotics, as well as digestive enzymes, bile salts, and lecithin granules. Regarding diets, Fuchs favors the CRON-diet, which stands for Caloric Restriction with Optimal Nutrition. By getting on a supplement program, people can eat less but still get needed nutrients without the calories, he remarked.

Regarding Parkinson's, he suggested that it's caused by an inflammatory condition, brought about by damaged cells. To treat inflammation, focus on digestive health by eliminating foods that could be causing problems, and take nutrients to build up the digestive track such as probiotics, fermented foods, cartilage-containing products, and glucosamine, in addition to stabilizing blood sugar, he outlined.


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