This compelling discussion by Dr. Michael Wald, the blood detective, involves the insidious and horrific effects of molds, heavy metals and electromagnetic insults That you and your loved ones may be exposed to every day. Dr. Wald explains how these factors have the potential of reducing the link of life and the quality of life. Dr. will provide specific nutritional and lifestyle concepts to reduce your chances of developing ill affects from the ubiquitous Health affects of molds, metals and electromagnetic radiation. Dr. Michael Wald is supervisor of nutrition at integrative nutrition about KISCO located one hour north of New York City. To schedule an in person or distance consultation with Dr. WALD call him at 914-552-1442. You may email Dr. walter show topics or comments at: email@example.com. His website Intmedny.com.
Ask The Blood Detective - Cancer and Disease Controversies: The 10 most misunderstood health problems of all time! - 05.05.18
• Chronic fatigue
• Candida overgrowth
• Leaky gut
• Non-celiac gluten sensitivity
• Chronic Lyme disease
• Intestinal parasites
• Black mold illness (including sick building syndrome and multiple chemical sensitivity syndrome)
• Mast cell activation syndrome (MCAS)
• Chronic inflammatory response syndrome (CIRS)
Tune in to Dr. Michael Wald‘s next show entitled, When nutrition and natural medicine fails. His riveting conversation goes into the details of common mistakes made by those in the lay public who wish to improve the quality of their lives as naturally as possible. astonishingly, Dr. will also review, mistakes made by healthcare providers but waste people thousands of dollars in many years of her lives towards our efforts to get well naturally. Talk to walter supervisor of Integrated nutrition of KISCO located one hour north of New York City. His phone number is 914-552-1442. His email is: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hormonal imbalances are potentially involved in hundreds of symptoms and health problems including, weight gain and difficulty losing weight, tender breasts, fatigue, brain-fog, muscle aches, cancer, cardiovascular disease, digestive and neurological problems and much more. Join Dr. Michael Wald, host of Ask The Blood Detective, as he describes the proper use of herbs, foods, natural hormones and lifestyle in ending "hormonal disasters"! Dr. Wald is supervisor of nutrition at Integrated Nutrition of Mount Kisco located 1-hr North of NYC in Westchester. He can be reached to schedule either an in-person or distance appointment by calling 914-5552-1442. Email Dr. Wald at: info@BloodDetective.com. His website is: www.IntegratedNutritionNY.com.
Toe-tagged Before Your Time will blow your mind! Dr. Wald exposes obvious and hidden risks that each of us faces from the moment we wake up each day until the moment we go to bed. "It's miracle that more of us are not dead", but it's not a surprise that most of us are sick.". Join Dr. Wald for this riveting conversation - guaranteed to change the way you think and live. Dr. Wald is supervisor of nutrition at Integrated Nutrition of Mount Kisco located 1 hr North of NYC. Dr. Wald can be reached by calling: 914-552-1442 or by emailing him at: info@BloodDetective.com. Dr. Wald is available for distance and face-to-face consultations.
The term leaky gut refers to a degenerative condition of the small intestine that sometimes also affects the large intestine (colon). The brain, the intestinal tract, hormones, immunity, energy...you name the symptom it can arise from leaky gut. Nutritional efforts are wasted if leaky gut and it's various causes are not addressed. Probiotics? Don't waste your time. Lean how to recognize and naturally manage the underlying causes of leaky gut. Focus your health efforts and stop wasting time and money on useless approaches that only delay your recovery and make you more sick. Join Dr. Michael Wald, DC, Board Certified Nutritionist/Dietician as he gets down to the basics of leaky gut causes, the myriad of health problems that it creates and how to get well. Dr. Wald can be reached for a phone or in-person consultation by calling 914-552-1442; email him at: email@example.com and visit his website at: www.IntegratedNutritionNY.com.
Ask The Blood Detective - Thanks mpty Blood Disease - could you have it? Empty blood disease is a term coined - 03.17.18
Next Show and photo to post. Thanks mpty Blood Disease - could you have it? Empty blood disease is a term coined by Dr. Michael Wald, The Blood Detective, to describe the condition of a person's blood where there is the presence of one or more nutritional deficiencies (anemias). Iron deficiency may be the most common deficiency on the planet, but the BloodDetective frequently uncovers more examples of "empty blood" including, bone marrow disease, glutathione, iron, vitamin B12, folic acid, vitamin B6, protein, copper, anemia of chronic disease, aplastic anemia, sickle cell disease, hemolytic disease and others. DOCTORS FREQUENTLY FAIL TO DIAGNOSES THESE EMPTY BLOOD DISORDERS. Join Dr. Michael Wald as he reviews the symptoms of these conditions and how to treat them nutritionally. Dr. Wald is supervisor of nutrition at Integrated Nutrition of Mount Kisco located an hr North of NYC. Schedule either an in-person or distance consultation with Dr. Wald by calling: 914-552-1442. Email him your show topics and questions at: info@BloodDetective.com. His website is: www.Integrated NutritionNY.com.
Hypothyroidism is the most common hormonal disease in both men and women. It may manifest as chronic fatigue, osteoporosis, muscle aches, brain fog, slow healing, constipation, lightheadedness and in many other ways - often going unrecognized. Join Dr. Michael Wald as he distinguishes the different types of hypothyroidism. The role of the immune system, nutrition and toxins are also reviewed. Dr. Wald is the director of Integrated nutrition of Mount Kisco located one hour north of New York City. Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Call him for an in person or distance consultation at 914-552-1442. His website is www.integratednutritionny.com