Blood Detective Blog

Intermittent Fasting and Ketogenic Diet

What are the top intermittent fasting benefits? Benef, its include lowering of cholesterol and LDL and an increase in HDL, weight loss from fat and reduction of overall disease risk as proved by the reduction of inflammatory blood tests that predict many diseases including CRP, homocysteine and interleukin-6 What is intermittent fasting 16/8? This is
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Blood Testing

What blood testing do you need? What are the best vitamin blood tests? There are dozens of different nutrition tests and each is more or less accurate “relative to your health condition”. How does Dr Wald determine which blood tests his patients need? “I do this by starting with a careful health history, the use
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Gastrointestinal Problems

Gastrointestinal Problems From Acute Gastritis To Malabsorption, Leaky Gut And Sibo To Inflammation Is gluten bad for everyone? No. Some people can digest gluten, but a large portion of the population suffer from many varied health problems because gluten attacks various body tissues. Is small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) curable? Yes, SIBO can be cured
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The Blood Detective Longevity Program

Designed to Get You Healthy Again and Live Better Longer What blood tests are best for measuring vitamins and minerals and other nutrients? There are different tests that measure amounts of nutrients in the blood, other tests that measure how well the nutrients work and other tests that measure absorption of nutrients. Here is what
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The Acid-Base Balance Lie

Think you know the true and importance of pH balance for health and disease? Think again, as Dr. Michael Wald, The Blood Detective, dismantles the misconceptions about the importance of pH in health and disease.

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GMOs – HOW DOES THE FDA CATEGORIZE FOOD ADDITIVES?

The FDA must premarket approve any food additives, defined as any substance added to a food product that has a significantly different structure, amount or function than other substances currently in the food. These additives must be approved whether or not they are products of genetic modification or biotechnology.

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Is Your Liver Fat?

Response by Dr. Michael Wald to the question: “I have high blood fats and an elevated liver enzyme. My doctor says that I have fatty liver. Should I be worried?” If you do not drink much or at all then the type of fatty liver you have is called nonalcoholic steatohepatisis (NASH). Although this form
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Is Natural Detoxification Bull

In my over 25 years as a holistic doc, I can tell you with 100% certainty that most products out there claiming to cause detoxification in the body are junk!  Here’s a few facts that you should know if you are interested in staying healthy and extending your potential for longevity…

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Death-by-Bagel, health problems associated with gluten

Can eating a bagel kill you? Well, yes if you choke on it!! But death-by-bagel can happen by health problems associated with gluten.  Here’s how –

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Children, Antibiotics & Side Effects

This question, and Dr. Wald’s response, appeared onAE AllExpert.com – a website where the public can post and receive expert responses.  Questioner:  Sarah Category:  Alternative Medicine Subject:  antibiotics and joint problems Question:Last year my 14 year old daughter was on Clindamycin (1800mg)daily for 6 months. Overall her body handled this pretty well. During the treatment
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Himalayan Salt

Health Benefits….or not! Dr. Wald’s expert response as part of his participation at: AE AllExerts.com Questioner:Jane Category:Alternative Medicine Subject: Himalayan Salt Question:I would like your opinion on the validity of the claims of health benefits of Himalayan Salt. Are you aware of any clinical studies, real scientific research, or authoritative publications on its benefits? Or
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Immune System Strengthening

Battling Against Infection Hello Valarie: Thank you for asking this question regarding how to reduce your chances of catching an infection from your husband. It’s important to realize that the immune system does indeed determine how susceptible we are to becoming sick from viruses, bacteria, fungi, parasites and other infections agents. I have outlined below
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HEALTHY PLANT PHYTOESTOGENS

GMO’s All Gone! Phytoestrogens — Anticancer Compounds An excerpt from Dr. Michael Wald’s upcoming book, Frankenfoods – Controversy, Lies & Your Health available in 4 weeks!! Order your copy today (www.intmedny.com). A study done by Anita Bakshi in 2003 showed that a strain of genetically modified soybeans produced lower levels of phytoestrogen compounds. These compounds
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Do Supplements Help Weight Loss

A question posed to Dr. Michael Wald on Experts.com Hello Bud: Question: Can Certain Supplements Help Promote Weight Loss? Dr. Wald’s Response: Your question is one that I hear often. “Which supplements are best for weight loss?”  Well, the answer is that NO supplements are effective for weight loss…at least, not by themselves. Raspberry ketones,
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The GMO-free Gluten-free Weight Loss Solution

An Early Preview of Dr. Wald’s book available in 2014. Menu Included! To contact Dr. Michael Wald call: 914-552-1442 or email him at: drwald@intmedny.com  Visit: www.intmedny.com and www.blooddetective.com Below is an excerpt from my upcoming book entitled the GMO-Free Gluten-Free Weight Loss Solution.  My book is all about losing weight entirely from fat and losing
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Strong Teeth…are organic egg shells useful?

QuestionDear michael,My holistic dentist recommended me to take calcium supplement to strengthen my teeth after gum disease. after some research i decided to take the calcium in a form of ground organic egg shells. now after couple of weeks i began to wonder if it’s a good idea – as i remembered my gall issue (5
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EXPERT.COM – response to Vitamin Toxicity by Dr. Wald

QuestionHi. Is it at all possible that I could overdose if I take nutritional supplementsThank you. AnswerVITAMIN EXCESS Hello Miss Susie: Regarding overdose of vitamin supplements you bring up an important question. The quick response to your question is YES a person can overdose taking any vitamin, mineral or herbal product. There are fat and
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Genetically Modified Food Dangers

Dr. Wald’s comments will be published on Live in the Now at:http://www.liveinthenow.com/ Provided by Integrated Medicine of Mount Kisco and Dr. Michael Wald, “The Blood Detective” 495 E. Main Street, Mount Kisco, NY 10549 914-242-8844 www.intmedny.com / drwald@intmedny.com  Below are listed three major health sources that report on the serious dangers surrounding the consumption of
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The Hangover! 12 Ways To Recover From Excessive & “Recreational” Alcohol Consumption

By Dr. Michael Wald, DC, MD, CDN, CNS (The Blood Detective) Integrated Medicine of Mount Kisco 495 E. Main Street, Mount Kisco, NY 10549 914-242-8844 (Ext. 1) www.intmedny.com Happy New Year!  It’s no secret that many of you reading my article had some form of alcohol, or combination of alcoholic beverages, to usher in the
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ALLEXPERT.COM response from Dr. Michael Wald on: NASAL SYMPTOMS

QUESTION: Dear Dr. Wald, My nose has swollen significantly. It has been gradually swelling over the last year. It has at least enlarged by a third, the nasal tip has become soft and rounded, the nose has thickened, and it is now internally more spacious with some enlargement of the nostrils. An ENT specialist checked
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ALLEXPERT.COM response from Dr. Michael Wald on: intestinal infection

Question: Hello, I’m 35 years old. I have a bad stomach pain. It rower and I have a sour test in my mouth. I went to a doctor and got tested. My lab result showed i have a stomach bacteria. The doctor prescribe Sulamethoxazole and Trimethoprim. the problem is i’m allergic to this medicine. i’m
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B Vitamins May Help Ward Off This Aggressive Cancer

B Vitamins May Help Ward Off This Aggressive Cancer – Dr. Wald, The Blood Detective expert opinion. Read the entire article here.

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Colon Cancer and B-Complex Vitamins

Below you will find Dr. Wald’s comments on a recent scientific study in the Journal of Clinical Nutrition that showed that an increased intake of certain B-vitamins reduces one’s risk of developing colon cancer. These comments will also appear at: http://www.liveinthenow.com. The original article can be found at: http://jn.nutrition.org/content/138/12/2372). B-Vitamins and Colon Cancer B-vitamins are
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Melatonin – Is it safe for kids?

Melatonin – should kids take it? Dr. Wald’s short answer: ”Melatonin should be used under the supervision of a trained nutritionist or medical specialist. Having said this, there are many indications for adolescents to benefit from melatonin supplementation.  Salivary testing is probably reliable to help determine how much should be used as is body weight
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When Bugs Can Be Good For You!

Superbugs to the Rescue! Not all probiotics are the same.  Simply put, it is best to trust the professional opinion of your trained health care provider. Health care providers with specific training and education in the uses and types of various probiotics should be consulted to decide upon the strength, combinations and protocols for probiotic
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Breast Cancer – What every woman, and man, should know

By Dr. Michael Wald Breast cancer is an all-inclusive term that actually represents several type of ways in which breast cancer can occur and behave.  Woman represent the majority of who gets breast cancer, but men can also get breast cancer in all of its forms as well.  The term cancer involves the abnormal growth
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How To Stop Sugar Cravings

By Dr. Michael Wald, The Blood Detective Director of Nutriton at Integrated Medicine of Mount Kisco, P.C. 914-242-8844 (Ext. 1) www.intmedny.com  /  www.blooddetective.com There are no miracle cures to stop sugar cravings, but there are effective strategies that will stop sugar cravings forever.  All you need to do is consider my suggestions below, one by
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Depression – The Blood Detective, Dr. Michael Wald, comments on foods and depression.

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Sugar As An Addictive Drug and Fat Promoter

Dr. Michael Wald, DC, MD, DACBN, CDN Supervisor of Nutrition at Integrated Medicine of Mount Kisco, P.C. 495 East Main Street, Mount Kisco, NY 10549 914-242-8844 (Ext. 1) www.intmedny.comn / www.blooddetective  Dr. Michael Wald, aka The Blood Detective, is the director of nutritional services at Integrated Medicine of Mount Kisco, located in Westchester New York.
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PDD or Premenstrual Dysmorphic Disorder – The best natural treatments by Dr. Michael Wald, DC, MD, Blood Detective

Here is my response to a question posed to me. Is Maca effective for treating PDD? If not, what are the best natural treatments? Maca may help, but there are several other natural compounds that make even more sense than Maca. An enzyme known as catecol-o–methyltransferase has been shown to be somewhat dysfunctional in sufferers
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Sugar As An Addictive Drug and Fat Promoter

Dr. Michael Wald, aka The Blood Detective, is the director of nutritional services at Integrated Medicine of Mount Kisco, located in Westchester New York. He has appeared on ABC World News Tonight with Diane Sawyer, Channel 11 PIX, Channel 12 News, CNN, The Food Network and other media outlets. Dr. Wald earned the name Blood
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Refined Carbs As Addictive As Cigarettes and Heroin – Contribution by Dr. Michael Wald, DC, MD (Blood Detective)

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X-Ray Vision!

Protect Your Eyesight! Listen to Dr. Wald, The “Blood Detective” at http://bit.ly/14I5MGu     (70.27 mark)

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Irritable Bowel Syndrome & Restless Leg Syndrome Solutions!

Listen to The “Blood Detective”Dr. Michael Wald at http://bit.ly/15dXdXf

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Healthy Fats

Dr. Michael Wald (Board Certified Nutritionist), The Blood Detective 914-242-8844  / www.intmedny.com  /www.blooddetective.com  A fat free diet is not healthy. Fat should constitute 20-30% of your total diet generally speaking, with the majority of fats coming from the mono and polyunsaturated group of fats. Limit saturated fats (fat found in animal products) to less than 10%
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Arthritis and the Jewish Population

Dr. Michael Wald (Board Certified Nutritionist), The Blood Detective 914-242-8844  / www.intmedny.com  /www.blooddetective.com Familial Mediterranean fever (FMF) is an autosomal recessive disorder characterized by recurrent attacks of febrile peritonitis, pleuritis and synovitis. Arthritis is a common and important feature of FMF. Since FMF can be diagnosed by a simple DNA mutation analysis, all Jewish people with arthritis should be tested
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8 Exercise Myths and Facts

Dr. Michael Wald (Board Certified Nutritionist), The Blood Detective 914-242-8844  / www.intmedny.com  /www.blooddetective.com / zombiefoodbar.com Cardio machine and calorie counting – A machine can never know how many calories you are actually burning. Hormone balance, exercise effort, type of exercise and duration/intensity of exercise all matter in terms of actual calories burned. The cardio machine
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5 Key Reasons Why & How Stress Is Healthy

Dr. Michael Wald (Board Certified Nutritionist), The Blood Detective 914-242-8844  / www.intmedny.com  /www.blooddetective.com  Purpose of stress:  Stress is a term used to describe the body’s physical, mental/emotional and psychological reaction to real and perceived stressors in the world.  Stress has three basic phases known as the alarm, adaptation and exhaustion phases.  The alarm stage of
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How To Stop Sugar Cravings

By Dr. Michael Wald, The Blood Detective Director of Nutriton at Integrated Medicine of Mount Kisco, P.C. 914-242-8844 (Ext. 1) www.intmedny.com  /  www.blooddetective.com  /  www.zombiefoodbar.com   There are no miracle cures to stop sugar cravings, but there are effective strategies that will stop sugar cravings forever.  All you need to do is consider my suggestions
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Gluten Allergy – Myths and Lies

Practical Quick-Reference Guide to Going Gluten Free  Radio Show Interview with Dr. Michael Wald about gluten: “People call me the blood detective. It all started when a grateful patient said to me, “Dr. Wald, you’re like a real life blood detective” (after Dr. Wald diagnosed her illness after years of suffering), and the name stuck.
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The Blood Detective Concierge Longevity Program

Our “Signature Approach” to your health needs  You are unique!  And you deserve personalized attention to your health concerns.  These words take on meaning within the context of a comprehensive health program that is the brainchild of Dr. Michael Wald, also known as the Blood DetectiveTM.  Dr. Wald and his colleagues at Integrated Medicine of
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Are Doctors Failing Their Patients?

Is Personalized (Concierge) Health Care for Everyone? People commonly complain, and studies have verified, that doctors do not spend enough time listening to their patients during medical visits. In fact, failure to adequately assess a health problem can result in suffering due to failure to properly diagnoses and treat health problems. Unnecessary procedures with potential
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Anemia and Colitis – Dr. Wald’s response to EveryDayHealth.com for an interview to be published soon.

Discuss the relationship between anemia and colitis. Anemia means deficiency and iron anemia is the most common nutritional anemia in the world. Iron anemia is a frequent finding and complication in those with colitis or inflammation of the colon.  The inflammatory process causes micro- or macroscopic blood loss that causes the anemia. Treating the anemia
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Don’t Take Your Vitamins! – A response by Dr. Michael Wald, The Blood Detective, to an article appearing in the Sunday June, 9th, 2013 Edition of the Sunday Review of the New York Times

Don’t Take Your Vitamins! – A response by Dr. Michael Wald, The Blood Detective, to an article appearing in the Sunday June, 9th, 2013 Edition of the Sunday Review of the New York Times (copyright, 2013) Read the full article here: http://nyti.ms/1bjIppq Dr. Wald can be reached for comment at: http://intmedny.com/blog/ Each section below takes on certain
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Fecal Transplants Curing Disease?

Fecal Transplant Therapy  It’s No Joke That Crap Could Save Your Life Fecal Transplant Therapy or FMT (fecal microbiota transplantation), also known as human probiotic infusion and stool transplant, is a powerful infusion of healthy colonic flora that comes from a healthy donor.  Yes, you read that correctly!  The person who wishes to receive a
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Gluten: Your Questions Answered by Dr. Wald, The Blood Detective, during an interview by TimesUnion.com

Last month was Celiac Awareness Month. Over 3 million Americans suffer from Celiac disease, a severe intolerance to gluten. While the disease is a series issue, especially for those who have to deal with the intolerance on a daily basis, it has seemed to become a mainstream trend with people who don’t have the disease
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Myths About Cancer

 Below is a brief interview between EveryDayHealth.com and Dr. Michael Wald, The Blood Detective. Dr. Wald can be reached by calling: 914-242-8844 Ext. 1 or via email at: drwald@intmedny.com. Website: www.intmedny.com / www.blooddetective.com / www.zombiefoodbar.com Although cancer is the second most common cause of death in the U.S., the public’s perception of the disease is
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Baby Boomers: Are Vitamin Supplements Really Necessary?

By: Dr. Michael Wald, “The Blood Detective” Board Certified Nutritionist Integrated Medicine of Mount Kisco, P.C 914-242-8844  Baby Boomers & Nutritional Deficiencies Should baby boomers take nutritional supplements?  The answer to this question is a strong YES!  Even if you think you have a healthy, balanced diet, study after study demonstrates that upwards of 70%
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HealthyJoe: The Best Diet for the Active Man

Though obesity rates are astronomical in America and a sedentary lifestyle is often the norm, not every man is a lazy couch potato. If you are an active guy, you should change your diet to get the most out of your workouts and to achieve optimal health. “There are many opinions as to what type
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Low Melatonin Levels Linked to Diabetes, Study Finds

Having low levels of melatonin, a hormone that regulates sleep, may put you at risk for type 2 diabetes, according to a new study. Read the entire article here.

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HealthyJoe: The Best Diet for the Active Man

Though obesity rates are astronomical in America and a sedentary lifestyle is often the norm, not every man is a lazy couch potato. If you are an active guy, you should change your diet to get the most out of your workouts and to achieve optimal health. “There are many opinions as to what type
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Testosterone, Men and Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) Development

Dr. Michael Wald – www.intmedny.com / www.blooddetective.com Risk factors for RA primarily involve genetic predisposition. Genetics are always influenced by environment. In those persons who are genetically predisposed to RA poor diet, environment (weather/seasonal conditions), stress, sleep quality, smoking, alcohol and other lifestyle factors can increase RA development and extent. Low testosterone increases risk for RA because testosterone,
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The Diabetes-Melatonin Connection – Questions and Answers

Question: Dr. Wald, is there a connection between melatonin, diabetics and helping blood sugar balance? Answer: A number of studies have looked at the potential connection of low melatonin levels and diabetes. Several studies have noted that diabetes often have insomnia and it is this subgroup of diabetes that may benefit the most from melatonin supplementation. Melatonin,
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PROS AND CONS OF PERFORMANCE ENHANCING DRUGS (PEDs) – The basics

PROS AND CONS OF PERFORMANCE ENHANCING DRUGS (PEDs) – The basics Written by Dr. Michael Wald Director of Nutritional Services at Integrated Medicine of Mount Kisco, P. C. 495 E. Main Street, Mount Kisco, New York Ph: 914-242-8844 (Ext. 1) Website: www.intmedny.com and www.BloodDetective.com Email: drwald@intmedny.com Twitter: DrMichaelWald@BloodDetective  Following my upcoming interview on CBS Radio
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Diabetics – what should we eat?

Dr. Wald’s answer:  “The dietary needs of each diabetic person may vary widely. It is important to consider the following: 1.     Eat several small, protein or healthy fat, rich foods fairly evenly spaced throughout the day (i.e., every 3-4 hrs.): this helps maintain a more balanced blood sugar throughout the course of the
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Are boiled vegetables healthy?

Dr. Wald’s answer: ”Boiled vegetables should certainly be part of a balanced diet, but by virtue of them being boiled, have lost a great deal of their nutritional content. The B-complex vitamins and minerals have been partially boiled out and can be found in the water used to boil the vegetables in (drink that stuff!).
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Brown Rice – Is it causing my constipation?

Dr. Wald’s answer: “Typically brown rich contains both soluble and insoluble healthy fibers that should help the bowel more along (improve what is known as intestinal transit time). However, the only way to know for sure if brown rice causes constipation in you, or whomever you are concerned about, is to try eating it and
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Vegetarian diet – is it really the way to go?

Dr. Wald’s response: “The vegetarian diet, by virtue of the fact that it is supposed to be centered around fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts and seeds, is associated with a much lower risk of developing any number of chronic degenerative diseases.  Diabetes, heart disease, various cancers, autoimmune disease and even risk of infections can be lowered,
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Grave’s Disease – a disease of the thyroid gland

Question for Dr. Wald – “What can I do nutritionally to help my Grave’s Disease? I have low energy, swollen lymph nodes and elevated white blood cells.” Dr. Wald’s response: “Your known thyroid condition can certainly be the cause of your issues with energy and weight gain – as I suspect that you already know.
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10 Key Points for Weight Loss

Dr. Wald’s response to the question: Please tell me 10 ways that can help me lose weight. Dr. Wald’s response: “I could provide much better weight loss advice if I knew your age, how much you currently weigh, had a sample of your current diet and exercise level, but I’ll go for it anyway!  Consider
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Can juicing help me balance my diet?

Dr. Wald’s response: “Juicing is a great way to enhance a balanced diet with nutrition that would otherwise be too difficult to obtain from eating just foods. Fruit and vegetable juicing contains literally thousands of healthful elements that might benefit the immune system and reduce the risk of many diseases. High in vitamin, minerals, fibers
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Can flaxseed help me balance my hormone levels?

Dr. Wald’s response: “Grinding flaxseed is a good idea! First of all, when you grind the flaxseeds you break its outer plant hull (fibrous component) allowing for far better nutritional availability of the flaxseed nutrient content. Importantly, when you ground the flaxseeds you allow for the lignin content to be far better utilized; lignin’s is
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Bentonite Clay – is it a good detoxifier?

Dr. Wald’s answer:  “Bentonite clay does bind to toxins in the small and large intestine. Having said this, it does not bind to nearly all toxins. Weight gain, or difficulty losing weight, may be at least partially related to toxic build up as many toxins are fat soluble – meaning, that they store in the
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Beet Juice – can I drink this if I have hepatitis and esophagitis?

Dr. Wald’s answer: “there is no reason, other than a specific food allergy or intolerance, that says you cannot have beet juice with the conditions that you mentioned. In fact, beet juice is particularly good for hepatitis because beet juice contains small amounts of acids, which help digestion reducing the load of toxins that might
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Kick off your New Year with Dr. Wald’s Kick-Butt-Immunity DETOX-For-Weight Loss Solution’s Program

About Your Instructor – Dr. Michael Wald Dr. Wald has been providing his patients and the public with his cutting-edge and original methods of health and detoxification for over 20-years.  This course will incorporate many of Dr. Wald’s “Longevity Secrets” as they will appear in his upcoming book entitled: The Blood Detective’s Longevity Secrets –
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Immunity: Too Much of a Good Thing

By Michael Wald, MD, DC, CDN, CNS – Director of Nutrition at Integrated Medicine of Mount Kisco, 914-242-8844 (Ext. 1) www.intmedny.com / www.blooddetective.com “Dr. Wald, I would like your help to increase my immune system.” This is a common request made by many of my patients. The problem is, the premise behind it is often dead
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Avoid Xenoestrogen Exposure

Dr. Michael Wald (www.intmedny.com/www.blooddetective.com) Xenoestrogens are compounds found in nature and also made in the body that have the potential to modify estrogen function and or estrogen metabolism. “Bad” xenoestrogens boost the bodies use of a “bad” estrogen called 17-beta-estradiole (E2). Xenoestrogen contributes to “excess estrogen” or “estrogen dominance”. Identifying and removing “bad” xenoestrogens from
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Bentonite Clay – is it a good detoxifier?

Dr. Wald’s answer:  “Bentonite clay does bind to toxins in the small and large intestine. Having said this, it does not bind to nearly all toxins. Weight gain, or difficulty losing weight, may be at least partially related to toxic build up as many toxins are fat soluble – meaning, that they store in the
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Diabetics – what should we eat?

Dr. Wald’s answer:  “The dietary needs of each diabetic person may vary widely. It is important to consider the following: 1.     Eat several small, protein or healthy fat, rich foods fairly evenly spaced throughout the day (i.e., every 3-4 hrs.): this helps maintain a more balanced blood sugar throughout the course of the
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Can juicing help me balance my diet?

Dr. Wald’s response: “Juicing is a great way to enhance a balanced diet with nutrition that would otherwise be too difficult to obtain from eating just foods. Fruit and vegetable juicing contains literally thousands of healthful elements that might benefit the immune system and reduce the risk of many diseases. High in vitamin, minerals, fibers
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Can flaxseed help me balance my hormone levels?

Dr. Wald’s response: “Grinding flaxseed is a good idea! First of all, when you grind the flaxseeds you break its outer plant hull (fibrous component) allowing for far better nutritional availability of the flaxseed nutrient content. Importantly, when you ground the flaxseeds you allow for the lignin content to be far better utilized; lignin’s is
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Beet Juice – can I drink this if I have hepatitis and esophagitis

Dr. Wald’s answer: “there is no reason, other than a specific food allergy or intolerance, that says you cannot have beet juice with the conditions that you mentioned. In fact, beet juice is particularly good for hepatitis because beet juice contains small amounts of acids, which help digestion reducing the load of toxins that might
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Açai – is it a good source of iron

Dr. Wald’s response: “If you are iron anemic and taking nutritional supplements, taking Açai is no problem whatsoever. If the form of iron that you are taking is of plant (non-animal origin) then it is non-heme iron. Non-heme iron is not very absorbable, but you will increase its absorption by eating Açai, which is high
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What Your Doctor Does Not Want You to Know

What’s all this controversy about alternative or complimentary health care anyway?  It seems that when many allopathic (aka “traditional”) physicians are asked about their thoughts regarding nutrition and natural healthcare, they reply “there’s no evidence for that witchcraft, it’s a waste of time and money.”  The truth, however, is that thousands of people worldwide have
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Juicing Tips

Juicing Tips Presented by Mr. Sunny Seward & Dr. Michael Wald – Integrated Medicine & Nutrition This information is for educational purposes only.  Some fruits and vegetables may adversely interact with nutritional supplements or medications.  Juicing may cause unpleasant symptoms ranging from, but not including, fatigue, indigestion, diarrhea, nausea, heart burn, muscle and joint aches,
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Are fruits and vegetables what they used to be

An apple a day is not enough…and never was! More than a few studies have alluded to the fact that our fruits and vegetables these days are less nutritional than they used to be.  A number of environmental factors have impacted the nutritional quality of a large variety of crops including fruits and vegetable and
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Announcing our Blood Detective Line of Nutritional Products

“Dr. Nilay Shah and Dr. Michael Wald have filled a nitch by developing a series of breakthrough nutritional products found nowhere else!  The attention to quality and nutritional-synergism is unmatched by any other nutritional products I have researched.”  Dr. Mark Leder, Clinical Nutritionist, Chiropractor All supplements are available through Integrated Medicine and Nutrition by calling
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*DISCLAIMER: Dr. Michael Wald is a doctor of chiropractic with a masters degree in nutrition. He is also a Certified Dietitian Nutritionist and a Certified Nutritional Specialist and Sports Nutritionist. Dr. Wald is certified to provide acupuncture in several states, but not New York. Dr. Wald has two board certifications in nutrition. Dr. Michael Wald earned his MD diploma, but did not complete a residency and is thus not licensed to practice medicine. The information on this site is intended for educational purposes only and is not to substitute for sound medical or health advice. Information contained within this website may change at any time without prior notice. The information on this website is under copyright, 2021.