Empty blood disease is a term coined by Dr. Michael Wald, The Blood Detective, to describe the condition of a person's blood where there is the presence of one or more nutritional deficiencies (anemias). Iron deficiency may be the most common deficiency on the planet, but the BloodDetective frequently uncovers more examples of "empty blood" including, bone marrow disease, glutathione, iron, vitamin B12, folic acid, vitamin B6, protein, copper, anemia of chronic disease, aplastic anemia, sickle cell disease, hemolytic disease and others. DOCTORS FREQUENTLY FAIL TO DIAGNOSES THESE EMPTY BLOOD DISORDERS. Join Dr. Michael Wald as he reviews the symptoms of these conditions and how to treat them nutritionally. Dr. Wald is supervisor of nutrition at Integrated Nutrition of Mount Kisco located an hr North of NYC. Schedule either an in-person or distance consultation with Dr. Wald by calling: 914-552-1442. Email him your show topics and questions at: info@BloodDetective.com. His website is: www.Integrated NutritionNY.com.