Dr. Walter Pierpaoli – Little Pineal Gland, Big Deal

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Dr. Walter Pierpaoli

Dr. Walter Pierpaoli

In the field of medicine, the pineal gland has been practically ignored. 40 years ago,  Walter Pierpaoli MD was led to research this often-overlooked gland and spent a good portion of those years in the laboratory with hands on research. Dr. Walter Pierpaoli is a pioneer in pineal gland and melatonin research, anti-aging and longevity restorative medicine, and is the author of The Melatonin Miracle and The Key of Life. His groundbreaking research findings have been suppressed for years because, as he will share in this interview, the pineal gland holds the keys to so much of the body’s vitality and longevity.

Dr. Walter Pierpaoli is courageous, passionate, and committed like few I have ever met. He has dedicated his life to restoring health in his patients and bringing new knowledge to a field dominated by pharmaceutical interests and antiquated medical paradigms that led healthy people to rapid aging and disease. His groundbreaking research offers deeper insight into the hormonal cascade and what he calls “the cyclicity of day and night”, known as the circadian rhythm.

He lays out how melatonin really works and why most supplements containing melatonin don’t work and interfere with the body’s pineal gland. Additionally, he fills in critical gaps in our understanding of aging and our ability to prevent diseases such as cancer, macular degeneration, and cardiovascular disease.

Join me with Dr. Walter Pierpaoli and learn how the pineal gland really works, how and why it is important to maintain its juvenility, and how it impacts all other hormones and systems in the body. You will never be the same.

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1 Stan Johnson March 16, 2013 at 4:05 am

Another animal abuser who quotes unscientific animal research which bears no relevance to human studiesthis is why we have so many side effects and deaths through FDA approved fraud

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2 M March 16, 2013 at 12:38 pm

Interesting interview. I will check out his melatonin. I was confused that he thinks anti-oxidants are b******t yet he takes 5g of vit c and other supplements. Why?

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3 Site Admin March 16, 2013 at 3:40 pm

Dear M,

Kim’s interviews with Dr. Sydney Bush and Dr. Thomas Levy might shed a bit more light on that.

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4 Gaby March 30, 2013 at 1:02 am

What an inspiration, thank you for a great interview and introducing Walter to us. Could you please tell us where we can get a hold of the book on general health that Walter talks about, I have found the Melatonin Miracle, haven’t been able to find his latest works

Kind regards

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5 Kim Greenhouse March 31, 2013 at 6:42 am

Thank you for listening and commenting. Walter has his own websites which are linked in the write up of the segment and you may order the product from Anti-Aging Systems at:http://www.antiaging-systems.com.

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6 jan August 14, 2013 at 1:26 pm

Im would like to know in your calculation 0.2 0.4 on your eye sites i have been looking at on your web sites would my moms be if her doctor told her left side was 2400 right is 2300 would that be 0.7 or what i dont understand what 2400 or 2300 mean as in your illusrations could you advise me please

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7 Greta January 13, 2014 at 11:42 am

Finally I see hope. Now I may can go back to work and do more than survive. Thank You!

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8 Jerry September 29, 2014 at 8:49 am

In his book “Melatonin Miracle”, he and Regelson state that any brand of melatonin is fine and it’s available in any drug or health food store. The only stipulation he makes is that they prefer synthetic melatonin (pg 240). Indeed, all the promising melatonin research using melatonin as a an anti cancer drug uses standard melatonin. At least I’ve never seen any of these studies mention a particular type of melatonin. But now that he has his own particular brand that he profits from all other brands are a “disaster” in his words. He says it’s harmful to the pineal glad to use any other melatonin but his. Please state a clinical trial that indicates this. Later in the interview, he states he has no ideal how the pineal gland works. Really? he has no idea how it works, but condemns every brand of melatonin on the market but his.

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9 Karen January 4, 2015 at 9:18 pm

I would very much like to see a (non-biased scientific) study on the different effects of different brands of melatonin as well. I am sensing a once passionate researcher spreading knowledge has perhaps become a fear-disseminating profiteer. Please disprove my inkling.

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10 Sylvia Suarez September 1, 2019 at 2:29 pm

My dog is thirteen years of age. Her eyes have cloudy bluing. I would like to prevent blindness and would like to know if Can-C has any side effects. She has had two emergency trips to the vet. with pancreatic problems and I do not want to start her on any medication that would create more problems for her. She is not eating dog food I cook chicken with brown rice and vegetables for her. I wipe her eyes daily and give her daily eye washes and drops for dry eye. Would appreciate a response.

Thank you,

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