Dr. Joel Wallach takes a call from Priscilla who has psoriasis.
Dr. Wallach speaks about osteoporosis of the skull., identified by ringing in the ears, deteriorating teeth, or eye problems.
Ben describes how, "When I started talking about the microbiome ten years ago, there was very little known about it. When I graduated from Pharmacy school in 1985, there was very little information about the microbiome. Today there's thousands of papers written every year. "
Pharmacist Ben explains that the popular nutritional supplement Methylsulfonylmethane, commonly known as MSM, is the "Holy Grail" of medicine, because it is supremely beneficial and supremely non-toxic. "For me MSM is an absolutely incredible way to improve health in a non-toxic fashion.
Pharmacist Ben Fuchs fills in for Dr. Joel Wallach beginning the show discussing the importance of good fats. Stating that fatty acids are essential for optimal health. Contending people should get their fats from foods like fish and avocados. But should stay away from fats from fried foods.
Pharmacist Ben Fuchs explains why thousands of people have dry skin. Dry Skin is a Metabolic Issue Now that we’ve established that dry skin is not a topical issue, it’s important to understand where the breakdown occurs - with internal biochemistry, that is metabolism. First, we need to understand how healthy skin receives and maintains … Continue reading Pharmacist Ben Fuchs: Dry Skin is a Metabolic Issue
Pharmacist Ben Fuchs explains that "a topical-dermatitis" is a scientific term for Eczema, meaning a non-topical condition. In other words, it is not a condition that originates on the surface of the skin. Yet, most treatments for Eczema are topical, like steroid creams. In fact, if you went to a doctor 50 years ago, you'd probably be given the same or similar steroid cream to those given today, showing the failure of our current medical model to address the causes of the disease rather then the symptoms.
Pharmacist Ben Fuchs talks about the importance of Supplementation.
The liver, pancreas, stomach and even saliva produce hundreds of different Enzymes, which each play a unique role in the transformation of our food into the nutrients we need to live and thrive. Ben explains the vital role of digestive Enzymes as "match makers" in the digestive system and recommends a variety of easy to adopt strategies to enhance our digestive process. Chewing your food for a longer time is one very simple, easy and free strategy to increase the contact between the enzymes in saliva and your food. Stomach problems, gas or bloating may be signs of enzyme deficiency. In Europe and Japan, digestive enzymes are considered medicine. Taking an Enzyme supplement can not only help with digestion, but also allow your body to retain more metabolic enzymes for overall health. Sprouts are an excellent source of enzymes and promote good digestion. Vegetables in general are more enzyme rich. One of the best foods is sour kraut, which has a variety of digestive benefits. Digestive enzyme supplements can also benefit inflammation issues and help with pre & post surgery healing. To leverage the maximum healing benefits from digestive enzyme supplements, they should be taken on an empty stomach.
Pharmacist Ben Fuchs fills in for Dr. Joel Wallach beginning the show discussing ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis). Stating that is one of a number of diseases that are called autoimmune diseases. Contending they can managed through lifestyle changes and nutritional supplementation.
Pharmacist Ben Fuchs fills in for Dr. Joel Wallach. Beginning the show discussing atrial fibrillation. Outlining the causes for this heart problem. Asserting it is due a problem with the blood. Contending that as with many health challenges it can be linked to digestive problems causing dirty blood.
Dr. Joel Wallach's Dead Doctors Don't Lie Radio Show 01.10.18