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Ask The Blood Detective - Why Are You Age The Way You Do - 10.21.17

Why are you aging the way that you is riveting discussion within which Dr. Michael Wald, host of asked the blood detective, discusses key factors in your aging process. What is the role of diet in how you’re aging? Do nutritional supplements such as vitamins minerals and herbs affect the aging process in a real way?  How should you think about your aging process when you choose between traditional medical and holistic healing methods? Dr. Michael Wald is supervisor of nutritional services at integrated nutrition of Mount Kisco located an hour north of New York City. To become a patient of Dr. WALD’s please call him at 914-552-1442. Post your questions on his Facebook page at You can email Dr. Wald at:


Ask The Blood Detective - Herbs – How To Take Them - 10.14.17

Herbs have been used for centuries for their healing properties. Today, thousands of scientific studies have proven that the proper use of herbs can help prevent and treat cancer, heart disease, autoimmune disorders, neurological problems, gastrointestinal issues, fertility and much more. Tune into Dr. Michael Wald, The Blood Detective, as he explores how to use herbs for disease treatment and prevention. Dr. Wald is host of, Ask The BloodDetective and supervisor of nutrition at Integrated Nutrition of Mount Kisco located 1-hr North of NYC. He can be reached via email at: and by phone: 914-552-1442. His website is loaded with health content for the taking at:

Ask The Blood Detective - Build Your Health Naturally – Do it now! - 10.07.17

A must listen show targeting what you need to know, and how you need to think, to get and stay healthy. Dr. Michael Wald, host of “Ask The Blood Detective”, provides you with daily steps to feel your best. Do you need to take nutritional supplements? What about Superfoods? How can your blood testing reveal hidden health opportunities? This and more from the Blood Detective!  Dr. Wald is Supervisor of Nutrition at Integrated Nutrition of Mount Kisco (1-hr North of New York City). He can be reached at: or by calling 914-552-1442.