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Ask The Blood Detective - Parasites

Parasites, the cause of all disease. Join Dr Michael Wald for his shocking warnings and conclusions regarding the cause of all disease and the parasite connection. “There is no place on the earth where you can avoid parasites”, according to Dr. Wald. But there are way to improve your innate resiliency against all manner of disgusting parasites and other infections around you. Dr. Wald practices in Katonah NY which is located one hour north of New York City. He also provides distance consultations for people and other localities, states and countries. Dr. Wald be reached by calling 914-552-1442. His email is: and his websites are: and

Ask The Blood Detective - Brain Diseases

Join the Blood Detective, Dr. Michael Wald, as he describes his top nutritional picks for helping to offset your risk of minimal brain dysfunction, dementia, and other brain diseases. The brain tells the body what to do. Learn key nutritional factors including dosages for doing it right! Dr. Wald practices in Westchester New York located one hour North of New York City. He can be reached for in person or phone consultations by calling 914-552-1442. Sent you show ideas to his email at: info at BLODDETECTIVE.COM. Visit his website at: INTMEDNY.COM

Ask The Blood Detective - Weak Pancreas Syndrome:

The pancreas secretes the hormone insulin and also three key enzymes for protein fat and storage digestion. When the pancreas is weak problems with digestion, hormones, information, immunity and overall health can be affected. Learn how do identify we could realism and other symptoms in the body that may be impacted by adrenal function. Join Dr. Michael Wald, the blood detective, as he explores the importance of the pancreas and it’s relationship to the rest of your health. Dr. welcome we reached by calling 914-552-1442. His email is Dr. WALD is available for in person or at a distance consultations

Ask The Blood Detective - Death by osteoporosis.

Join Dr. Michael Wald, the Blood Detective, as he discusses the multitude of causes that can lead to osteoporosis. Hormonal, nutritional and other influences upon bone loss increases both morbidity and mortality. Learn the role of bone meal, inflammation and hormonal and balance that can cause and worse and bone loss. Learn about the relationship of loss of bone density, osteoporosis, and kidney stones,  muscle aches, arthritis, breast cancer and other health problems. Call Dr Michael Wald: 914-552-1442. Email him at: