Should you take vitamin supplements? What’s the best way to eat - the best diet? Is testing really necessary when trying to figure out an elusive health problem? Is feeling healthy synonymous with being healthy? Join Dr. Michael Wald, The BlooDDetective, as he explores the questions and answers about your health that you want to hear. “I receive tons of letters and emails asking the most fascinating and practical questions. I took the what I thought were the most important questions and explored them during this show.” Dr. Wald’s office is located in Westchester County 1-hr north of New York City. Dr. Wald can be reached by calling 914-552-1442. His email is: info@BlooDDetective.com. His website is load with free content including videos, audios and text that can be searched on the home page. Take a look!
Emotional Eating, or stress eating can ruin quality of emotional and physical health. Do you emotionally eat? How do you know when you are emotionally or stress eating? And if you know that you emotionally eat - what should you do about it? Do you take medication? Do you take vitamin supplements, do you see a mental health specialist? Join Dr. Michael Wald, Host of Ask the BlooDDetective, as he provides practical steps for the identification and eradication of emotional eating so that you can be happier and healthier. Dr. Wald can be reached for either in-person or distance consultations by calling 914-552-1442. His website is: IntMedNY.com and his email is: info@BlooDDetective.com.
Emotional eating, otherwise known as stress eating, is an all too common problem affecting both men and women of virtually all ages. What is even more sad about this problem is that it is in adequately recognized, and therefore treated, and psychiatric and nutritional circles. My intention during this short article is to outline the major considerations for emotional eating and what you can do to modify emotional eating if you are affected by it. Furthermore, by recognizing emotional eating in yourself you will start to recognize it and others.
Perhaps the first concepts regarding effective management of emotional eating is to address its root cause or causes. Emotional and physical stressors and depression are a few examples of the underlying causes which may manifest in one’s life as emotional eating. If one attempts to manage emotional eating without first identifying its causes than any attempts to manage it nutritionally and or through other modalities such as acupuncture, fancy dietary changes and I like I doomed to fail.
Once you have identified and begin to properly manage the root causes of emotional eating you are well on your way towards building a solid foundation for a healthy or emotional and physical life. Once you learn, to work with a therapist and a psychiatrist or health coach proper strategies for managing underlying causes of stress eating it is a sensual to practice the coping skills that you have learned throughout your life - and especially during the most stressful times of your life. This last point is not want to be taken lightly meaning that if you can effectively manage your emotional stressors that are at the root cause of your emotional eating you will build even stronger coping strategies. To put it simply, effectively coping with stress eating during the most stressful times of your life will make it easy for you to manage stress eating during the less stressful times of your life.
When you find yourself staring at those foods that you probably should not have ask yourself, “am I really hungry“. If you are not hungry simply walk away. This is what I call awareness development for emotional or stress eating. If an individual, such as yourself, is on automatic and emotionally eating without the recognition of the fact that emotional eating is occurring in that moment then there is no chance that you can break the pattern. So develop you are, “awareness development“ by asking yourself at all points when you eat, “and I really hungry“ and if not walk away.
For a practical perspective, it is important for you to eliminate all of the worst foods and snacks in your house. Sugary foods, refined and processed carbohydrates, salty and fatty foods for example promote adverse brain chemistry and function. To say it another way, eating poorly causes poor chemistry and poor brain health. Some foods, such as sugar, can actually increase the production of stress hormones in your body which can promote not only emotional eating but can lessen your overall ability to deal with stress. Unhealthy foods, such as those I have mentioned above, have been shown to promote inflammation in the brain. Inflammation in the brain is now believed to be an underlying factor that causes or promotes all manner of emotional and psychiatric problems ranging from schizophrenia, depression, anxiety and even bipolar.
Changing your nutritional chemistry involves that you have in your home, in place of unhealthy foods, foods that are lower down on the food chain. For example, plant foods such as fruit and grains and vegetables are generally far healthier than most other foods in the diet. This does not mean that you cannot eat higher up on the food chain which would consist of animal products but you might want to limit their consumption particularly if you find yourself emotionally eating. On the other hand, it is important not to indulge in fad diet‘s that may be overkill for your purposes of dealing with emotional eating. For example, illuminating gluten if you do not have a gluten problem is not wise as it removes needed protein from the diet which is required as a precursor for amino acid production and therefore neurotransmitter production in the brain and has removed a major food from the diet which may result in feelings of frustration in terms of food choices.
There is some evidence that the consumption of green tea,and white tea may help offset the low serotonin and/or dopamine levels that are sometimes associated with emotional eating. These teas contain varying amounts of an important “happy” amino acid known as L-theanene. One should not expect that the consumption of cream cheese will cure their emotional eating but often a combination of small things like replacing unhealthy foods in your diet with healthier ones, getting good sleep, the consumption of these teas, and the appropriate psychological care often goes along way towards managing stress eating. Finally, keeping a food/emotional journal is essential for identifying when you are emotional eating so that you can "ride out the storm" breaking emotional-neurological habits and start to break the pattern of harmful emotional eating behaviors.
Endocrine disruptors are chemicals that can interfere with endocrine (or hormone) systems at certain doses. These disruptions can cause cancerous tumors, birth defects, and other developmental disorders. Any system in the body controlled by hormones can be derailed by hormone disruptors - anything can happen. Specifically, endocrine disruptors may be associated with the development of learning disabilities, severe attention deficit disorder, cognitive and brain development problems; deformations of the body (including limbs); breast cancer, prostate cancer, thyroid and other cancers; sexual development problems such as feminizing of males or masculinizing effects on females. Endocrine disruptor Effects upon the body May even be responsible for seemingly innocuous and relatively harmful symptoms such as fatigue, headaches, visual problems, changes in bone, hair, skin and you diseases. Even detoxication can be adversely affected by endocrine disruptors Join Dr. Michael Wald As he explores the fascinating and deadly affects of hormone disruptors and nutritional solutions. Dr Wald practices in Katonah, Somers and Mount Kisco New York located in Westchester county one hour north of New York City. Dr Wald sees patients from all over the world and provides distance consultations by phone to arrange a consultation with Dr. walls call him at 914-552-1442. Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Review his website at:IntMedNY.com
Hypothyroidism is the most common hormonal disease in both men and women. It may manifest as chronic fatigue, osteoporosis, muscle aches, brain fog, slow healing, constipation, lightheadedness and in many other ways - often going unrecognized. Join Dr. Michael Wald as he distinguishes the different types of hypothyroidism. The role of the immune system, nutrition and toxins are also reviewed. Dr. Wald is the director of Integrated nutrition of Mount Kisco located one hour north of New York City. Email him at email@example.com. Call him for an in person or distance consultation at 914-552-1442. His website is www.integratednutritionny.com
Join Dr. Michael Wald, The BloodDetective, during his interview by a nurse-in-training discussing MUST KNOW concepts for your health and wellness. From nutrition and health training to why doctors do not prioritize nutrition - a MUST LISTEN episode of "Ask The BloodDetective".
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Your brain is dying! Well, we are all dying so our brain dies with us - BUT THERE IS MUCH THAT YOU CAN DO TO SAVE YOUR BRAIN! Dementia, Alzheimer's Disease, every-day memory loss, attention deficit disorder (and other special needs conditions), depression, anxiety, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's Disease, Minimal Brain Dysfunction, Epilepsy, Seizures, Stroke - these are just some of the conditions of the brain that either end our lives early or steal our quality of life. Toxins, nutritional deficiencies, chronic inflammation, infections, genetics, alcohol and sleep issues/deprivation are just some of the causes and/or triggers of brain decay. Join Dr. Michael Wald as he explores how your brain can repair and reorganize (neuroplasticity). Dr. Wald is supervisor of nutritional services at Integrated Nutrition of Mount Kisco located one hour North of New York City. Call Dr. Wald at 914-552-1442 or email him at: info@bloodDetective.com. Visit his website at: IntegratedNutritionNY.com
Healthy Diet Dangers
From A-Z Dr. Michael Wald, host of Ask The Blood Detective, practically reviews what works and what does not work about the most popular diets. From the Paleo to Ketogenic, Gluten Free, Plant Based, Vegan, Food Combining, Mediterranean Diet, Ph-Balancing Diet and others Dr. Wald uncovers the truths and lies about these diets. Dr. Wald also reveals what lab tests can tell you the positives and negatives of these diets. Most importantly, Dr. Wald tells you how to figure out how you should eat. Dr. Wald is director of nutrition at Integrated Nutrition of Mount Kisco located an hour North of New York City. Schedule an appointment with Dr. Wald by calling: 914-552-1442 and speak with him directly. Email Dr. Wald at: info@BloodDetective.com. Send your show ideas!
#Radiation #Dangers All Around You - and what to do about it! By The #Blooddetective (click on the title of this talk to hear the show)
Every single day of your life you are exposed to various forms of radiation. Some fo this radiation is natural hitting us from space, some is from exposure to medical imaging technologies such as PET and CT scans; in fact, reter than 10 % of human cancers are known to be caused from medical interventions. Microwaves, x-rays, electromagnetic and other forms of radiation bombard our cells, tissues and organs affecting our moods and immune systems causing or contributing to deadly diseases. Dr. Wald will review all of the major forms of radiation that you are exposed to each and every day and discuss natural ways in which you can improve your bodies ability to life in our radiation-toxic environment. Dr. Wald is supervisor of nutrition at Integrated Nutrition of Mount Kisco. He can be reached for appointments by calling 914-552-1442. His email for show topics or questions is: firstname.lastname@example.org. His website is: www.integratednutritionny.
Are you normal? What is normal in terms of health? How does normal health compare to optimal health and how do you measure these levels of health? Join Dr. Michael Wald, host of "Ask The Blood Detective, as he explores the fascinating topic of going beyond "average" or "normal" health and setting your health goals to "optimal health". Lean what your doctors won't teach you about reaching a level of health and wellness you never thought possible. Dr. Wald is supervisor of Longevity at Integrated Nutrition of Mount Kisco located one hour North of New York City. Email Dr. Wald at: info@BloodDetective.com or visit his website at: www.IntegratedNutritionNY.com. Call Dr. Wald to become a patient by calling: 914-552-1442.
#Your Deadly Diet - Diet Lies Revealed! By #Dr. Michael Wald, #BloodDetective, DC, #Board Certified Nutritionist
Your Deadly Diet - Healthy Diet Lies!
Join Dr. Michael Wald, host of, Ask The Blood Detective, as he dismantles commonly excepted "truths" and concepts about what a healthy diet is and points you in the right direction. Eating organically? This might kill you! Eating more fish hi in omega-3's? Fish could damage your nervous system. Eating free-range and organic meats? Guess again, as organic and free-range foods may be loaded with sodium, pus (yes! That's right...pus!! and antibiotics. Dr. Wald is Supervisor of Nutrition at Integrated Nutrition of Mount Kisco located one hr North of New York City. Email Dr. Wald your show topic suggestions, or to schedule as a patient, by emailing or calling him at: info@BloodDetective.com/914-242-8844
#Visual Signs of Disease - Just Look at #Yourself in The #Mirror! - By #Dr. Michael Wald, DC, #Board Certified Nutritionist
Imagine if you could know what diseases and health problems you have, or may get, by just looking at yourself in the mirror? Well, it's not only possible, but Dr. Michael Wald is going to show you how. Dry skin, hair loss - could you have hypothyroidism? Round face, short fingers, feeling tired? You might have adrenal fatigue. Earlobe crease, round belly and thin calves? You might have cardiovascular disease. These and many more obvious signs of potential disease are there for your quick discovery - so that you can work on them by specific improvements in your lifestyle and nutrition. Join Dr. Michael Wald, host of, Ask The Blood Detective every Saturday at 1pm on PRNFM.com. Dr. Wald can be reached by calling 914-242-8844. Send Dr. Wald your questions and show topic ideas by emailing him at: info@BloodDetective.com. Visit Dr. Wald's website at: www.IntegratedNutritionNY.com.
Vitamins, minerals and other nutraceuticals can and do pass through the skin when compounded correctly. The skin is a semi-permeably tissue meaning that certain things can transverse through the skin and into the blood stream. The term "transdermal" refers to how nutrition can pass through the skin. People with chronic injury who may have circulation issues could benefit from nutrition simply rubbed into the skin over the area of injury. Those with mal-absorption problems can also benefit from transdermal nutrition because nutrition that gets into the blood stream has no need to go through the difficult process of digestion. Children or adults who prefer not to take certain nutrition by mouth may have as an option the trans-dermal (aka, through the skin) nutrition. Join Dr. Michael Wald, DC Board Certified Nutritionist and host of, Ask The Blood Detective, as he explores the hidden secrets of topical nutrition. Both practical and scientific tips and evidence will be thoroughly reviewed. Dr. Wald is nutrition director of Integrated Nutrition of Mount Kisco located 1 hour North of NYC. He can be reached at: 914-552-1442/www.IntegratedNutritionNY.com and emailed at: email@example.com
There Are #Fungus Among-Us!! #Fungus & #Mold Is Everywhere! - By #Dr. Michael Wald, The Blood Detective
Fugal organisms can be deadly. However, much of the time they are not deadly but they produce a large number of symptoms that go unrecognized as being caused from fungal exposure. According to Dr. Wald, "mold is fungus and more and more people are having their homes check by professional services and are finding high mold counts". Dr. Wald will discuss the different types of mold and how they can cause everything from headaches to fatigue, to joint and muscle pain and swelling, to disrupting your immune system. Find out the truth about mold, spores and fungal infections in terms of the allopathic approach and the health building. Join Dr. Wald on Ask The Blood Detective. Dr. Wald cal be reached at 914-1242-8844. His website is: www.drmichaelwald.com and his email is: firstname.lastname@example.org.
#Death by #Infection - The #Antibiotic #Resistance #Epidemic - Protect Yourself #Nutritionally - #Dr. Michael Wald, #Blood Detective
The most informative discussion you will ever hear exposing the antibiotic resistance problem, biological warfare protection and antibiotic resistance. Dr Wald, The Blood Detective, will explain how to effectively target bacteria, viral, fungal, parasitic and other infectious agents naturally. Infective disease is becoming the number one cause of death - don't be a victim! Tune into , Ask The Blood Detective every Saturday at 1pm on PRNFM.com. Contact Dr Michael Wald at 914-242-8844 or visit his website at: www.IntegratedNutritionNY.com
Picture above of an MRI image of the brain with iron accumulation (ferritin) circled.
Mercury, aluminum, lead and cadmium are just a few of the toxic metals that each and everyone of us are exposed to on a daily basis. Heavy metals are known to interfere with the normal function and health of each and every cell, tissue and organ system in the body - causing symptoms ranging from brain fog, to dementia, degeneration of the brain and spinal cord, immune disorders; you name it heavy metal toxicity can cause it. Dr. Michael Wald, Blood Detective, presents a comprehensive and practical discussion of the best way to test for heavy metals on lab and how to get rid of heavy metals...once and for all! Dr. Wald is Director of Longevity at Integrated Nutrition of Mount Kisco. Email Dr. Wald at: info@IntegratedNutritionNY.com or call Dr. Wald to become a patient at: 914-242-8844.
#Mediteranian #Diet Might Help Prevent #ADHD (Attention #Hyperactivity Disorder) - Dr. Wald, The BloodDetective, Interviewed in #The Olive Oil Times
Children across the country with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are commonly prescribed medications that carry an array of side effects. Is it possible that following the Mediterranean diet (MedDiet) might help prevent the malady?
A new study at the University of Barcelona in Spain sought the answer to the question by investigating the eating habits of 120 participants between the ages of 6 and 16, half of whom had been diagnosed recently with ADHD. The youth were required to report the foods that comprised their typical meals. The data obtained was used to determine the difference in the degree of adherence to the MedDiet between those with and without the disorder.
Many of the typical medications for ADHD might be interpreted to have a risk-to-benefit ratio that causes pause.
Dr. Michael Wald, known as the blood detective, is host of, Ask The Blood Detective every Saturday at 1 pm on PRNFM online radio. Health Confidence has been "...called one of Dr. WALD's best shows ever due to the depth of his discussions on how Health Confidence literally and biochemically sets the stage for health building and disease formation. Dr. WALD skillfully intertwines how our concepts about health shape our chemistry and how to use real world science, like blood testing, to maximize quality of life and perhaps premature death. Dr. Michael Wald is Supervisor of Longevity at Integrated Nutrition of Mount Kisco. Www.IntegratedNutritionNY.com. Email: Info@BloodDetective.com