torsten-kellermann-1462702-unsplash

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 …

abigail-keenan-27295-unsplash

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 …

IMG_2788

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, …

christopher-campbell-30253-unsplash

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 …

IMG_2788

Ask The Blood Detective – Intermittent fasting – truth and lies.

Join Dr. Michael Wald During this very needed discussion about intermittent fasting. Intermittent fasting means different things to different people. Some fast are known as 16:8 or 5:2. Large number of scientific studies have shown that, at least in animals that intermittent fasting can reduce the risk of many diseases and even helps reverse certain aspects of nature killers. We …

IMG_2788

Ask The Blood Detective – High Blood Sugar is Dangerous

Most people know that high blood sugar is dangerous. Diabetes increases risk of dying of heart attack and stroke. High blood sugar without the presence of diabetes is associated with chronic inflammation, increased risk of cancer, heart disease and poor aging. Low blood sugar, or hypoglycemia, can cause mental emotional disturbances, hormonal imbalances and memory problems just to name a …

IMG_2788

Ask The Blood Detective – Infections & Natural Solutions

Persistent infections are caused by your immune system being too weak and or the infection (the bug itself) being too strong or virulent.  Natural solutions aimed at the infection itself will fail if your immune system is not focused on. Years of antibiotics will worsen your chances of healing. Hyperbaric therapy, infrared sauna, high dose nutritional supplementation and foods can …

anton-darius-thesollers-390157-unsplash

Ask The Blood Detective – How we die and what to do about it

Death maybe inevitable, but there is much that science has discovered that can delay our journey from cradle to the grave. Although there are many unknowns regarding why we age, suffer from disease and inevitable die, there is also much we have learned in the longevity and nutrition fields that provide insights into how we can live better for longer. …