Dr. Joel Wallach’s Dead Doctors Don’t Lie Radio Show 27.11.17

 

 

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Air Date: Monday, November 27, 2017

Monologue

Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show today discussing the importance of starting a home business. Outlining many of the tax benefits associated with having a business as opposed to being an employee. Stating that using his CDs and DVDs to teach others how to do the business. Contending this helps with duplication which very important when running a Youngevity business.

Pearls of Wisdom
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article regarding new research on cancer. Find that nearly half of all cancer deaths in U.S. are blamed on unhealthy behavior. The study found 25% of cancer deaths and 42 percent of diagnosed cancer cases are caused by what the authors call “modifiable” risk factors. Risks not inherited but caused by behavior that can be changed. Such as sun exposure, not eating enough fruits and vegetables, drinking alcohol and smoking.

Callers
Kevin is experiencing low energy levels, trouble focusing mentally and cold extremities.

Miki’s son diagnosed with kidney failure and his doctor wants to put him on dialyisis.

Mary has a noncancerous cyst on her liver.

Ben’s dog is 12 years old and is showing signs of hip dysplasia.

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