Tuesday, June 21st, 2016 – 7-9PM EDT
Tuesday, on the Robert Scott Bell Show: The voice of Health Freedom! – With the Earth Diet!
Liana Werner-Gray is co-hosting with RSB this evening in-studio! Get ready for a big dose of The Earth Diet! It’s happening more and more: local government nannies forcing Americans to become reliant on “the system,” and less independent, so that they can control them. The latest example of this took place in Miami Shores where, as reported by The Associated Press, local government officials forced a South Florida couple to dig up an organic vegetable garden that they had grown in their front yard for 17 years.
Currently, there’s no surefire way to ease the symptoms of menopause: the hot flashes, night sweats and vaginal dryness that herald the end of a reproductive era. Hormone replacement therapy once seemed like a good idea for many women, until the medical treatment was linked to an increased risk of breast cancer and cardiovascular disease. That’s one reason why, despite a lack of conclusive evidence, 40-50% of women in Western countries use complementary and plant-based therapies to help ease the symptoms of menopause. Now, a new review published in JAMA shows that some of these therapies may actually help.
A few weeks ago, I went to a Bourbon tasting event with some friends, here in Kentucky. (afterall, Kentucky is known for pretty women, fast horses and BOURBON. lol) But, while asleep in bed, and rolling over through the night, I noticed a pain in both of my hips. It went away within a day or so.
Yesterday I went to a cookout with some friends on Fathers Day. I had that pain again last night while sleeping on my sides, but only in my hips. Both days, I did a little walking, but nothing really out of the ordinary. But, the common theme both days was drinking bourbon. I did a little research and have seen a little about getting joint pain from drinking alcohol. I only have the pain in my hips, but nowhere else. Could this be my problem? If so, why does it cause me to have hip pain from alcohol?
Thanks for all you do!
Mike in Louisville
Mmmm, who doesn’t love sugar? It’s delicious, and the most addictive thing on the planet – even more than cocaine. We understand if you aren’t able to give it up completely…but there is a difference between natural and organic cane sugar, and completely processed and refined sugar. So how do you know if you’re eating too much? Here are eight red flags your body is sending you that it’s time to cut back on the sweet stuff.
The next time you go to a doctor, ask them what they have most of their patients taking. Usually, they’ll have a quick answer for you. They can rattle off the name of a drug and all it’s benefits faster than you can hand them your credit card. Why is that? Doctors often have a favorite drug based on who’s done the best job promoting their product.
Doctors who received even one free meal from a pharmaceutical salesperson were more likely than others to prescribe the drug being promoted, even when a generic equivalent was available, according to a new study. Each year in the U.S., $73 billion is spent on brand name drugs for which there is an equivalent generic available, and patients pay for $24 billion of that amount themselves,
Hour 2 – Ian Clark of Activation Products
Our good friend Ian is back with some hope for your gut! RSB talks with Ian more about magnesium as it related to gastrointestinal health.
For anyone on a PPI drug (Nexium, etc) this will be an important interview. What is the relationship between magnesium and stomach acid production?
Unfortunately, the United States Supreme Court just utterly decimated the federal Fourth Amendment, especially for those who are often targeted for law enforcement stops as Justice Sonia Sotomayor explained in her dissent: “This case allows the police to stop you on the street, demand your identification, and check it for outstanding traffic warrants — even if you are doing nothing wrong.”
The chilling effect of Utah v. Strieff, No. 14-1373, will be felt harshest by those that are frequently stopped unnecessarily by law enforcement, namely people of color, and low-income people, regardless of color. Of course, most bad political decisions unfairly harm the poor and communities of color, so we shouldn’t be surprised.
We also run down the latest list of cancer-causing ingredients to avoid the next time you’re at the grocery store. Occasionally indulging yourself with foods that have a little extra fat or sugar probably won’t give you cancer. However, everything adds up, so do your body a favor, and don’t take chances you don’t need!
He’ll be joining RSB in July in Mt. Dora Florida where he’s teaching a witty, hard-hitting, Texas-style class on the constitution, what it means for every American, and how to further protect those rights with shooting safety and accuracy training. We’d love to see you there! Check out all the details here: http://www.robertscottbell.com/special%20events/
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:
2016 I-ACT Convention, June 23-25, St. Petersburg, Florida
Constitution Class with Michael Badnarik, Lakeside Inn, Mount Dora, Florida, July 9, 2016 (outdoor shooting range July 10)
Immune System Reboot with RSB at Whitaker’s Farm Market, Bellville, Ohio, 6PM EDT, July 22, 2016
International Association for Near Death Studies (IANDS), July 28-31, 2016, Orlando, Florida
National Health Freedom Congress, St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minnesota, July 31 – August 2, 2016
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)
TTAC Natural Health Symposium, October 14-16, 2016, Dallas, Texas, registration TBA