September 28, 2016 7-9pm EST
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The FDA on Tuesday officially began the process of revamping its decades-old definition of “healthy,” as part of a larger strategy to update nutrition labels — a move praised by lawmakers like Reps. Frank Pallone (D-N.J.) and Rosa DeLauro (D-Conn.). The Democrats said it is a first step to bringing consistency and clarity to food labeling, and pledged they will work with FDA to ensure consumers can rely on the final standards for use of “healthy.”
The idea is simple: Load fresh fruits and vegetables into a refrigerator truck and drive it to a health clinic, then have a doctor write a “prescription” for food to improve the diets of low-income people with diabetes and high blood pressure. “Food as medicine” is a growing movement in food banks across America. “I’m on a very limited income,” said James Cline, who has diabetes and gets by on $700 a month living with his mother in suburban Chicago. Disabled after an all-terrain vehicle accident, the 53-year-old former loading dock worker knows he should eat more fresh produce. But the cost of a nutritious diet can be out of reach, so he took his doctor’s advice and showed up for a recent produce giveaway at Oak Forest Health Center.
Time for an RSB “I told you so” moment: Too many dental fillings may increase mercury levels? Hmmm, seems like a no-brainer, but it might be new information for some.
Public-health officials capped a 22-year-effort with the announcement Tuesday that they had eradicated measles from the Americas, even as it remains a leading cause of death among children in other parts of the world.
QOTD – From listeners like YOU!
I have a relative that had the whipple – pancreatic surgery. He now is not getting the nutrients from the food he consumes (forget the term) and has been working with a Dr. that specializes in problems associated with cancer (I think) in Rochester MN but she is no longer connected with the Mayo Clinic.
She has not been able to help him much except that without her helping him he would not have survived a recent surgery for a bowel obstruction. If he looses a few more pounds he likely will not be able to walk. Would like to know if you think you would be able to help him.
You must be waiting for a reply from me. Sorry I wasn’t clear before. The person that I am contacting you about has ‘cachexia’ and the Dr. that he has been working with indicated that some homeopathic treatments would be more than his body can tolerate right now. Will wait for your response. Thank You
Days after a string of reports of scary clown sightings in the Metro East, similar reports have popped up in Jefferson County, MO. The two claims that surfaced have not been confirmed by police. Pevely Police Chief Ron Weeks told News 4 an anonymous caller reported there was a clown with a knife at the Pevely Pointe Apartments. Chief Weeks said an officer was dispatched to check out the claim, but didn’t find anyone dressed as a clown.
Oh silly criminals, when will you learn? A man in Seattle, Wash., was arrested after attempting to claim a misplaced briefcase filled with cocaine. According to the Seattle police department blotter, a man brought the briefcase to officer Doug Jorgenson saying another man left the briefcase behind after walking his dog.
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Another “I told you so moment”, according to reports from Natural News, Brazilian doctors are now confirming what we suspected – Zika was much ado about nothing: 12,000 women infected with Zika, all gave birth to healthy babies.
Although many people are aware of the link between vaccines and cases of autism in children, what’s not so commonly known is the fact that vaccines also cause food allergies – and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has even corroborated the link in one of their own studies. The 1999 study didn’t receive much attention at the time, but the results are clear: Food proteins such as gelatin used in the manufacture of vaccines can cause the development of sometimes life-threatening food allergies in children.
The pharmaceutical executive who wanted to make HIV patients pay through the nose for medication is now willing to get punched in the nose for charity. Martin Shkreli, aka Pharma Bro, said he is currently auctioning off the chance to punch him in the face to raise money for the family of Mike Kulich, his former PR consultant who died in his sleep on Saturday morning.
Special Guest – wait, it’s just associate producer Captain Morgen…but she does have a reason! She’s here to talk about the Hearthlight Event – an empowering medical symposium which allows cancer patients and caregivers to hear and learn from alternative and western medical specialists. Ty, his wife Charlene, and RSB are all keynote speakers on October 29th, in North GA. If you can’t actually attend, there are plenty of ways for you to get involved! Check out the website here, and follow Robert Scott Bell, who links Ty, and Morgen on Twitter or Facebook for more upcoming information!
If Bayer’s proposed $66 billion purchase of Monsanto goes through, Bayer is considering dropping the Monsanto name. That’s the word from Bloomberg, which cited sources familiar with the drugmaker’s internal talks. Such a move wouldn’t necessarily be surprising. Even by pharma standards, Monsanto ($MON) has a dismal reputation. The agricultural giant, vilified for its genetically modified seeds and past products like Agent Orange and DDT, regularly anchors the bottom of the annual Harris Poll ranking of the reputations of 100 U.S. corporations. And words like “evil,” “hated” and “dangerous” pop up on the first page of a Google search of its brand name.
Plenty of drugmakers, including Shire and Johnson & Johnson, market ADHD drugs for children. But those drugs may not help them do their homework or get better grades at school, a new study shows. A small study of 75 children with the disorder showed that behavioral intervention–including daily report cards for kids and parental help with homework–beat out long-acting stimulant meds in improving homework performance, Reuters reports. Behavioral treatment helped children finish 10% to 13% more homework problems than they did without the treatment–enough to bring a failing F grade up to a passing C grade, the study authors noted. Accuracy also improved with behavioral treatment, by about 8%. But medication had no significant effects on homework completion or accuracy, the researchers found.
Many cancer patients hold unrealistic hopes when they decide to join early stage clinical trials of experimental treatments, new research shows. These trials — known as phase 1 trials — evaluate the safety and possible benefits of treatments that have never before been tested on people. Many of these trials are limited to patients who have advanced disease or who have not responded to other treatments.
A new report look at the “revolving door” between the FDA and drug companies. People who work at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as medical reviewers are responsible for parsing the risks and benefits of a particular drug before it gets the agency’s approval. But a new report from two researchers at the Oregon Health and Science University, published in the journal The BMJ, suggests many of these medical reviewers go on to work for the drug companies they oversaw while working for the government.
Spotty teenagers may have the last laugh over their peers with perfect skin after research found that those who suffer from acne are likely to live longer. Why is that? Well, Captain Morgen and Super Don have their own ideas, but RSB will make the final diagnosis.
Thats all for today friends! Don’t forget to check out the products down below to see if they can help you on your health journey. Remember, the power to heal, is yours!
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So what are you doing October 14 through 16? Care to turn those days into three of the most powerful, meaningful, and transformative days of your entire life? (Or have you got better plans lol?) Because on October 14-16, 2016, my team and I here at The Truth About Cancer (TTAC) have arranged for not one, not five, but over 40 of today’s most renowned and brilliant natural health luminaries to share their most health- and life-changing insights live and in person in a small-venue setting with YOU.
More upcoming RSB events:
#VaxXed bus at Love Whole Foods, Ormond Beach, Florida, Monday, September 26, 4-7PM EDT, Live RSB Show broadcast 7-9PM EDT
“Homeoprophylaxis: The Evidence Based Choice.” 2016, October 7-9, St. Petersburg, Florida (focus primarily for health professionals)
The Truth About Cancer Ultimate LIVE Symposium, October 14-16, 2016, Dallas, Texas, registration TBA
Just announced! RSB will be keynoting the Women’s Wellness Expo 2016: Thursday, October 20, 2016 from 5:30 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT) Community Life Center – 118 McMillen Ave, Beaver Falls, PA 15010
The Hearthlight Event – Fundraiser and education for cancer patients and care-givers. Oct. 28-30