Monday, May 9, 2016 on The Robert Scott Bell Show 7-9 PM EDT
Monday on The Robert Scott Bell Show: Advanced Medicine and More!
The federal government spends $12 billion each year on animal experiments, testing everything from medications to psychological theories using monkeys, dogs, cats and other species. However, 92 percent of the drugs tested in animals ultimately fail when they’re used in humans because of crucial differences in physiology.
Pregnant women who drink artificially sweetened drinks are more likely to have obese infants than women who do not, a study suggests. Wait, obese infants? What kind of country do we live in? Researchers found that daily consumption of artificially sweetened beverages was linked to a two-fold higher risk of having an infant who was overweight at age one, compared to women who drank no artificially sweetened beverages at all.
Rob’s cat likes Stevia, maybe you should too? Stevia is a natural anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer agent.
QOTD – Magnesium!
I listen to all your shows and have learned so much. For the past year I have woken in the middle of the night to severe calve cramps and foot contorting cramps that start on the side of my legs below the knees. Sometimes two per night, sometimes both legs at the same time. Some cramps left me sweating because of the length of time they cramped and the pain involved.
After researching what mineral deficiency this could be attributed to, I started taking magnesium supplements. Since I started taking the supplements in February, I have not had any more leg cramps. This past week, I forgot to take the supplement Friday, and early Saturday morning I was awaken at 4am with one of my leg cramps.
Last night I watched a Youtube video about the “8 Warning Signs of Magnesium Deficiency.” The first warning sign was headaches. Well let me tell you, I have had terrible headaches for so long it’s starting to affect my life. If I am that deficient, how much should I be taking a day? Thank you and I’ll be listening
The main ingredient in Monsanto’s best-selling herbicide, glyphosate, has already been named the most-used herbicide in history — and the company hopes you will continue to focus on the nefarious ramifications of a two-decades-long spraying spree with this carcinogenic chemical concoction while its patents on ‘RoundUp Ready’ seeds expire. While you and I are obsessed with glyphosate, Monsanto is turning to other genetically-modified atrocities — like RNA pesticides.
HOUR 2 – Advanced Medicine with Dr. Buttar!
Deaths from the liver disease hepatitis C reached an all-time high in 2014, killing more Americans than HIV, tuberculosis and staph infections. Baby boomers, born between 1945 and 1965, are the hardest-hit group, accounting for 75 percent of all hepatitis C infections. Many of them have unknowingly been living with the infection for years and were most likely infected during medical procedures soon after World War II, when injection and blood transfusion technologies were not as safe as they are now, health officials said.
The California Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) recently released a document called Evidence on the Carcinogenicity of Fluoride and Its Salts that highlights the many health hazards caused by the consumption of fluoride. And the Fluoride Action Network (FAN) recently submitted a compilation of its own to OEHHA, which is soon to make a final decision concerning fluoride’s toxicity, providing additional evidence that fluoride causes cancer.
Scientific fraud published in reputable medical journals has soared more than 1700 percent since 2004, says report. According to data compiled from Thomson Reuters Web of Science, an index of more than 11,000 peer-reviewed journals from around the world, the number of scientific studies retracted for error or fraud from scientific journals worldwide has skyrocketed more than 15-fold since 2001.
“Why not vaccinating my kids was the best decision I ever made.” Mother of 8 had six of her babies vaccinated but refused to immunize her 2 youngest… and says they’re the only ones without chronic health problems.
US creating pink commemorative coin to fund cancer research said U.S. Rep. Carolyn Maloney, who sponsored legislation for its creation. Will the money spent creating it be re-couped by the sales, or will it come out of tax-payer dollars as well? What have all the millions already raised for “cancer research” yielded us?
Scientists in Utah have found a common blood thinner used to treat atrial fibrillation may increase the risk of dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease.
Some things never change, and your personal collection of skin bacteria may be one of them — despite the use of sanitizers and antibacterial wipes. Findings suggest your ‘microbial fingerprint’ is important to well-being.
Got more health questions? Check out Rob and Ty’s newly up-dated book with so much helpful information for healing your body. Available now on Amazon! Unlock The Power To Heal
RE-Launch! Ty Bollinger has up-dated and is re-releasing his much applauded docu-series, The Truth About Cancer. Stay tuned for how you can gain access, and share it with those you love. Too much epic information to not get informed!
More upcoming RSB events:
Autism One 2016, May 25-28, Chicago, IL (open to public and health professionals)
2016 I-ACT Convention, June 23-25, St. Petersburg, Florida
International Association for Near Death Studies (IANDS), July 28-31, 2016, Orlando, Florida
American Naturopathic Medical Association, August 26-28, 2016, Las Vegas, Nevada
“Homeoprophylaxis: The Evidence Based Choice.” 2016, October 7-9, St. Petersburg, Florida (focus primarily for health professionals)