Guns and Butter

Guns and Butter – June 8, 2016

A Stick of Butter A Day Keeps the Doctor Away wtih Dr. Joel Wallach

Dr. Wallach discusses his groundbreaking comparative pathology study of American, Canadian and Mexican zoo animals, funded by the National Institutes of Health, which led to the authorship of the 1,200 page Diseases of Exotic Animals that is now in the Smithsonian Museum as a national treasure; the 1910 Flexner Report which gave rise to modern medical education; epigenetics, the study of environmental effects on gene expression; the 90 essential nutrients; gluten intolerance; causes of soil depletion; and the role that nutrition plays in the prevention of degenerative diseases.  He played a major role in the development of the market of liquid vitamin/mineral supplements.  Dr. Wallach is a Veterinarian, Naturopathic Physician, and holds a Post doctorate fellowship in comparable pathology, as well as being an author and lecturer.  He is the author of many books including Dead Doctors Don’t Lie, Epigenetics:  The Death of the Genetic Theory of Disease Transmission, Black Gene Lies, and Rhino Express: The Saving of the White Rhino. For more information about Dr. Wallach and his nutrition program call 1-888-311-4311 and Marj can help you.

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  • Will Prosper

    I’m loving this show. So informative. I’ve felt a distrust for doctors for a very long time

  • Bronwen Williams

    Great show!! thank you. Dr Wallach mentioned another Dr – Dr Schuessler who identified mineral defects in the ashes of people with certain diseases. Where could I get that information? – ie. what was deficient in what disease? I’m particularly looking for information on Parkinsons. Thank you!

    • Pete Greenway

      Bronwen, message me and I can point you to helpful information.

  • abe1000

    Microwaves do not create trans fats. If the food already has trans fats, like some microwave popcorn, then of course the result will have trans fats. Even deep frying doesn’t create trans fats. French fries do have Acrylamide and should be avoided. Also, apples do not have oil and why apples turn brown has nothing to do with oils oxidizing.

  • Pete Greenway

    Great interview. Thank you! Dr. Wallach has been a great influence for me since I first heard him in 2012. Sage nutritional advice. Get his book Epigenetics: The Death of the Genetic Theory of Disease Transmission, it is well worth reading, and a great reference book on all currently known essential nutrients.

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