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Ask The Blood Detective - The Top 10 Laboratory Tests that you must know about

Tests that can save your life! Let Dr Michael Wald, Blooddetective, teach you about the lab tests that can save your life and help avoid disease. Dr Wald can be reached for a distance or in-person consultation by calling: 914-552-1442 or email him at: info@blooddetective.com
 

Ask The Blood Detective - 08.03.19

Dr. Wald teaches you what you need to know to eat right and avoid foods that some say are healthy, but may not be. Dr. Wald can be reached for an in-person or distance patient consultation by calling 914-552-1442 or email him at: info@bloodDetective.com

Ask The Blood Detective - The art of getting and staying healthy

The art of getting and staying healthy is fundamental for maintaining health or curing disease. According to Dr. WALD, “most people are aware of healing tools such as diet, nutritional supplements, exercise, stress reduction and other lifestyle factors, but if you understand the psychology of health focus and generating health by proper decision making. Join Dr. WALD, the Blood Detective, as he explores how your brain runs you rather than you running your brain and how to use this information to finally get healthy. Dr. Wald can be reached by calling 91455214424 distance or in person consultations. He may be emailed at info@blooddetective.com

Ask The Blood Detective - Does intermittent fasting lower cardiovascular risk?

Does intermittent fasting lower cardiovascular risk?

Can inflammation be lowered by intermittent fasting efforts and how is this measured?

What nutritional supplements and foods improve intermittent fasting results?

And finally, how should you do intermittent fasting to maximize weight loss efforts that actually improve your life span?

Ask The Blood Detective - Do you think you know what a healthy diet is?

Do you think you know what a healthy diet is?

What foods are the healthiest to eat? And for whom and when?

Can foods kill you? Which foods are the killer foods?

Are you really what you eat? Maybe you are what you absorb and your health is the consequence of what foods your body is not using properly.

Should certain foods be eaten at certain times of the day?

Can the timing of food intake affect your energy, memory and overall health?

Dr. Wald will explore these and other topics related to his discussion of food lies and truths. Dr. Wald can be reached for an in-person and distance-consultation by calling 914-552-1442 or email: info@Blooddetective.com

Ask The Blood Detective - Aging Backwards

Everyone must age but how we age matters. Join Dr. WALD as he talks about different anti-aging techniques including fasting, ket
Phenol foods, Low thyroid, absorption, pH, toxicity, inflammation more. Dr. will be calling 914-552-1442. You may email him at: info@blooddetective.com.

Ask The Blood Detective - Doomsday health mistakes that you make everyday

Are you healthy? Are you taking the right steps each day to insure that you are building your health? How do you know that you are doing the right things? Join Dr. Michael Wald, Blooddetective, as he reveals the worse mistakes that he has seen over his 30-year career as a holistic doctor. How to choose your supplements, how many hours of sleep do you really need? What about air pollution? What and when should you eat? All this and much more! Dr. Wald can be reached by calling 914-552-1442. Dr. Wald's email is: info@blooddetective.com. His website is: IntMedNY.com

 

Ask The Blood Detective - Hypothyroidism - Everything that you need to know

Hypothyroidism, or underactive thyroid), is the most common hormonal disease in woman and men in the United States. Hashimoto's thyroiditis is the most common autoimmune form of the disease.  It often goes undiagnosed for years, robs you of your energy, thinking, stamina, promotes weight gain, fluid retention, increases your cholesterol, weakens your bones and may shorten your life. Dr. Michael Wald, Blooddetective, will tell you all that he knows about what hypothyroidism is, how to treat it both naturally and nutritionally, and ultimately how to live better. Dr. Wald can be reached for an in-person or distance consultation by calling 914-552-1442 or by emailing him at: info@blooddetective.com. His website is: IntMedNY.com

 
 
 
 

Ask The Blood Detective - Cancer and Nutrition - does it work!

Cancer and Nutrition - does it work!

 

There is no specific cancer diet. This diet is meant to support overall health and wellbeing and is not to be considered as a substitute for sound medical advice or specifically for the standard of care (treatments) for you or anyone with cancer.

 

Cancer is a complex disease that involves genetics, diet, lifestyle, and environmental factors. It is believed that perhaps up to 60% of women’s cancers and 40% of men’s cancers are related to nutritional factors. The National Cancer Institute states that eating a healthy diet may prevent 33% of all cancer deaths. The World Cancer Research Fund and the American Institute for Cancer research has reviewed more than 4,500 studies on foods and cancer and came up with some dietary recommendations.

You are unique and your nutritional needs before, during and after cancer care are also unique. Your body weight, type of cancer, extent of cancer (tumor, metastasis, etc.), medications and other factors will determine how you should eat and what nutritional supplements you should consider consuming. Your nutritional needs for proteins, healthy fats, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals, phytonutrients and other nutraceuticals will change over time as your health situation changes including your laboratory tests. Tests such as a body composition analysis, blood pH, lactic acid, nitric oxide, vitamin C levels, vitamin C use tests, absorption tests, calcium, oxidative stress (MDA) and other analyses may be important for you to personalize nutritional needs.

 

Ask The Blood Detective - you will die of this….

YOU are going to die of this” is a radio show within which Dr. Michael Wald, the BloodDetective, describes the 12 leading causes of death in United States. According to Dr. WALD, “if you know what you might likely die of you can plan to delay the onset of your death. There may be no guarantees, but you may reduce your over all morbidity and mortality. Among the discussion of the top leading causes of death in United States Dr. Wald provides detailed nutritional health and lifestyle advice for reducing overall morbidity and mortality.

Heart disease is the number one cause of death in United States killing 635,000 people every year. Heart disease kills mostly men and people who smoke along with those who are overweight, have a family history of heart attack and over 55. Quitting smoking, eating healthier diet and exercising a minimum of 30 minutes per day five days a week and maintaining a healthy weight is the way to go. Nutrition has proved reduction risk when applied right for the individual given his or her unique circumstances. Specific individually-applied vitamins, minerals, herbs, enzymes, proteins, carbohydrates and phytonutrients along with other lifestyle factors can reduce the risks of developing and overall outcome of the disease process.

Cancer kills 598,000 people a year in the United States that accounts for 21.7% of all deaths. Overall, cancer risk from all cancers maybe reduced when one stops using tobacco and does not drink. People of a certain age maybe more predispose two different cancers. Exposure to radiation and sunlight increased cancer risk so minimizing that exposure is imperative. Reducing conditions that results in chronic inflammation, avoiding obesity and being very diligent if you have a family history of cancer in terms of diet along with exercise and reduction of stress and proper sleep are all important. Nutrition has proved reduction risk when applied right for the individual given his or her unique circumstances. Specific individually-applied vitamins, minerals, herbs, enzymes, proteins, carbohydrates and phytonutrients along with other lifestyle factors can reduce the risks of developing and overall outcome of the disease process.Unintentional injuries and accidents or a major killer in United States killing 161,000 people a year. Most unintentional injuries are in men who are under 45 years old and have a risky jobs. Unintentional falls, motor vehicle traffic deaths and unintentional poisoning deaths are among the causes of unintentional accident deaths. According to Dr. Weil, unintentional injuries are often the result of carelessness so Dr. WALD recommends being mindful throughout your day but tickly if you are employed within a risky job profession.

Chronic lower respiratory diseases account for 154,000 deaths per year in the United States. Mostly women are affected over the age of 65 and smoking exposure and exposure to secondhand smoke dramatically increase chronic lower respiratory diseases. People with asthma and those in a low income household likely have increased risk due to malnutrition. The different types of respiratory diseases are chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, emphysema, asthma and pulmonary hypertension. Avoidance of tobacco use and secondary smoke exposure I fundamentally important. Quitting smoking and limiting your exposure to other people secondhand smoke they would use your rest of lung diseases and death. Nutrition has proved reduction risk when applied right for the individual given his or her unique circumstances. Specific individually-applied vitamins, minerals, herbs, enzymes, proteins, carbohydrates and phytonutrients along with other lifestyle factors can reduce the risks of developing and overall outcome of the disease process.142,000 people a year are killed by stroke. They are mostly men. Women who use birth control or at high-risk of stroke which is increased even more if women drink and smoke. People with diabetes, high blood pressure heart disease and people call smoke at much higher risk of stroke compared to people who do not. Structure caused when the blood flow to the brain is cut off reducing oxygen supply killing brain cells. I blocked Henri or a bleed in the brain resulting from a burst artery or common cause of strokes. Aneurysm is a dilation and artery that often burst causing stroke. Preventative strategies include maintaining a healthy weight and eating healthier overall. Preventing high blood pressure and avoiding smoking and drinking or importance. Blood sugar levels should be controlled and all individuals and especially those with Diabetes. Underline Cody vascular and heart defects also should be treated.

Alzheimer’s disease is a sixth most common cause of death In United States killing 116,000 people. It is mostly women who develop Alzheimer’s disease but people over age 65 or particularly susceptible as the risk for Alzheimer’s doubles every five years after age 65. People with a family history of Alzheimer’s disease should be especially on the lookout for early Alzheimer’s signs and should implement preventative nutritional and lifestyle habits. Alzheimer’s disease is caused by a combination of genetics, environmental and lifestyle impacts upon the individual over the lifetime. Exercising more often I’m remaining physically fit throughout your life helps prevent Alzheimer’s. Eating a diet high in vegetables and fruits and healthy fats such as omega nine fatty acids that are found in olive oil and monounsaturated fat thousand avocados are very important for brain health. Reduction of sugar also reduces risk of Alzheimer’s disease. Any other chronic health problems might increase risk of Alzheimer’s disease so practice prevention and treat any health problems you have immediately. Stimulating the brain by reading doing puzzles and partaking in active and stimulating tasks like conversation is important for improving the brain’s neural plasticity. Nutrition has proved reduction risk when applied right for the individual given his or her unique circumstances. Specific individually-applied vitamins, minerals, herbs, enzymes, proteins, carbohydrates and phytonutrients along with other lifestyle factors can reduce the risks of developing and overall outcome of the disease process.

Diabetes kills 80,000 people here in United States. There are two types of diabetes namely type one and type two. Type one is diagnosed in young children ages 4 to 7 that tend to live far away from the equator. It may be a genetic risk of type one diabetes and it cannot be avoided. Type two diabetes is more common among adults over age 45 who are overweight or obese and have a history of diabetes. Type one diabetes is associated with very low insulin production. Type to occurs when the body becomes insulin resistant and therefore the body cannot control blood sugar levels. Preventative strategies including maintaining in which you healthy weight, exercising A minimum of five days per week at 30 minutes and eating plenty of vegetables fruits lean proteins and whole-grain‘s. Managing blood sugar levels is of paramount importance. Nutrition has proved reduction risk when applied right for the individual given his or her unique circumstances. Specific individually-applied vitamins, minerals, herbs, enzymes, proteins, carbohydrates and phytonutrients along with other lifestyle factors can reduce the risks of developing and overall outcome of the disease process.

Pneumonia and influenza or the flu kill 51,000 people a year in the United States. Children almost affected with immature and he and Systems and the elderly are more susceptible to you we commune system is. People with chronic health conditions and pregnant women are at greater risk of both flu and ammonia. Influenza is contagious and it is the flu virus that is contracted much more commonly during the winter months. Pneumonia is an infection of the lungs. Preventative strategies include possibly getting a flu vaccine and very importantly washing your hands,Eating a high vegetable and fruit diet and exercising regularly and maintaining normal weight. Nutrition has proved reduction risk when applied right for the individual given his or her unique circumstances. Specific individually-applied vitamins, minerals, herbs, enzymes, proteins, carbohydrates and phytonutrients along with other lifestyle factors can reduce the risks of developing and overall outcome of the disease process.

Kidney or renal disease kills 50,000 people a year in United States most effective people with chronic conditions including high blood pressure, chronicle long-standing health conditions and high blood pressure. People smoke, those who are overweight and obese and those who have a family history of kidney disease or more susceptible to developing kidney disease. Can you disease has three main types namely nephritis, nephrotic syndrome and nephrosis. Prevention of kidney failure should include a low-sodium diet, not drinking or smoking, losing weight if you are overweight or obese and eating a healthy weight. Exercising five days a week for 30 minutes is essential as is having your blood pressure checked and your hearing checked routinely for markers that might show increased risk of renal disease such as micro albumin. Nutrition has proved reduction risk when applied right for the individual given his or her unique circumstances. Specific individually-applied vitamins, minerals, herbs, enzymes, proteins, carbohydrates and phytonutrients along with other lifestyle factors can reduce the risks of developing and overall outcome of the disease process.

Suicide events number at 44,965 at the time of this writing in United States. Suicide victims are generally man, those with brain injuries, those who have attempted suicide in the past and those with mental conditions or history with depression and misuse of drugs and alcohol. Prevention should include therapy to develop better coping skills, a strong family and friend support system and perhaps connection with the national suicide prevention lifeline 800-273-8255.

Septicemia is a blood infection, kills 38,000 people every year in United States. Victims tend to be adults around the age of 75 and older (but can and does occur at an earlier age), young children with weak immune systems, persons with chronic illness and anyone with an impaired immune system. Septicemia means that bacteria is in the bloodstream and may come from any source of the body. In other words, infection of the finger might cause septicemia as the infection can spread from the finger into the bloodstream to all areas of the body. This is very difficult to treat condition and should be avoided if possible. Prevention should include getting any wounds treated immediately, maintaining a healthy immune system and being diligent avoiding injuries in the first place when possible. Supportive therapy should include optimizing nutrition with the properly prescribed nutritional supplements along with dietary advice.

Chronic liver disease and cirrhosis of times that referred to serious liver changes that resulted in early death. 38,000 people die every year from these conditions in the United States. Most of them have a history of excessive alcohol use, exposure to a viral infection causing viral hepatitis of the liver and the accumulation of fat in the liver known as fatty liver disease. Liver disease are caused from liver damage that might be from toxins and viruses among other causes. Preventative strategies include medical and tradiitional detoxification along with psychological therapies including support groups and rehabilitation.

To reach Dr. Michael Wald called 914-552-1442. You may email him at info@blooddetective.com. His website is:IntMedNY.com