September 27th, 2022 3-5PM ET
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Biden’s strategy to end hunger in US includes more benefits The Biden administration is laying out its plan to meet an ambitious goal of ending hunger in the U.S. by 2030, including expanding monthly benefits that help low-income Americans buy food. The administration, in a plan released Tuesday, is also seeking to increase healthy eating and physical activity so that fewer people are afflicted with diabetes, obesity, hypertension and other diet-related diseases. It said it would work to expand Medicaid and Medicare access to obesity counseling and nutrition. “The consequences of food insecurity and diet-related diseases are significant, far reaching, and disproportionately impact historically underserved communities,” Biden wrote in a memo outlining the White House strategy. “Yet, food insecurity and diet-related diseases are largely preventable, if we prioritize the health of the nation.” Biden is hosting a conference this week on hunger, nutrition and health, the first by the White House since 1969. That conference, under President Richard Nixon, was a pivotal moment that influenced the U.S. food policy agenda for 50 years. It led to a greatly expanded food stamps program and gave rise to the Women, Infants and Children program, which serves half the babies born in the U.S. by providing women with parenting advice, breastfeeding support and food assistance. Over the years, cuts to federal programs coupled with stigmas over welfare and big changes to how food and farming systems are run have prompted declines in access to food.
Why the White House wants to put nutrition labels on the front of food packages The Biden administration is proposing that nutrition labels go on the front of food packages rather than the back. It’s part of a strategy to end hunger and diet-related diseases in America in eight years – some 40 pages of ideas to try to make the nation healthier. The White House unveiled the plan ahead of a conference on hunger, nutrition and health being held in Washington on Wednesday – the first of its kind since 1969, when a similar effort sparked programs like food stamps. The strategy includes expanding nutrition assistance programs and launching more programs to cover medically tailored meals. But it’s unclear how quickly most of the ideas could become reality, since many recommendations hinge on support from a divided Congress and changes to regulations. Advocates say following through on the plan could take years – unlike the 1969 conference, when most of the new programs were implemented within two years. The administration wants to expand existing food security programs to more people. This includes ideas like: Expanding school meals to all students, Making it easier for more kids to get food during the summer months, when school is out, Allowing people who were formerly incarcerated or in college to receive food stamps.
Special Guest – Dr. Steven Hotze
Dr. Hotze is a Christian Patriot who believes that we need to restore our nation to the Christian heritage of our forefathers. He has been a Christian conservative leader in the Republican party since 1976 and served as chairman of the Harris County Republican Party in 1994 and 1995. Dr. Hotze has been the CEO of Conservative Republicans of Harris County since 1988, the CEO of Conservative Republicans of Texas since 1996 and is the CEO and publisher of CRTX News. He is also the CEO of Liberty Center for God & Country. Dr. Hotze has played a major role in exposing vote fraud and working to ensure election integrity in Harris County. Dr. Hotze earned his medical degree from the University of Texas Medical School at Houston. He is the former president of the American Academy of Biologically Identical Hormone Therapy (AABIHT) and former president of the Pan American Allergy Society (PAAS). He is a member of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS).
Dr. Hotze has written three books for people who want to take charge of their health, Hormones, Health, and Happiness, first published in 2005, focuses on bioidentical hormones, and Hypothyroidism, Health & Happiness, published in 2013, discusses why hypothyroidism is so underdiagnosed and what to do about it. In his most recent book, Do A 180: Join The Wellness Revolution (2017), Dr. Hotze explains the pitfalls of modern medicine and encourages readers to take control of their own health.
Question of the Day!
I am having a debate with a friend about the validity of the food label “USDA Organic”. She scoffs it as being untrustworthy.
Pro-Vaccine Cardiologist Now Calls for Immediate End to COVID Vaccines The Journal of Insulin Resistance published a two-part research paper, “Curing the pandemic of misinformation on COVID-19 mRNA vaccines through real evidence-based medicine.” This was written by one of the U.K.’s most eminent cardiologists, Dr. Aseem Malhotra, who was one of the first to take two doses of the vaccine and promote it on “Good Morning Britain.” Malhotra now says that since the rollout of the vaccine, the evidence of its effectiveness and true rates of adverse events have changed and now, “There is a strong scientific, ethical, and moral case to be made that COVID-19 vaccines rollout must stop immediately until raw data has been released for fully independent scrutiny.” Furthermore, real-world data reveal that in the non-elderly population, the number needed to vaccinate to prevent one death from COVID-19 runs into thousands and that re-analysis of randomized controlled trial data from the initial vaccine clinical trials suggests a greater risk of suffering a serious adverse event from the vaccine than to be hospitalized with COVID-19. Summary overviews of the two-part research paper are below, together with a transcript of the above video in which he introduces his findings. Sometimes, it takes a wake-up call, but thank goodness at least one great physician listened to the evidence. In August, Malhotra wrote an open letter to Prime Minister Boris Johnson and U.S. President Joe Biden calling for the immediate release of the raw data from Pfizer’s original COVID-19 vaccine trial.
Special Guests Kristen Chevrier and Brianne Dressen
Kristen Chevrier has been an individual, family, and parental rights advocate for over 20 years. She served in Republican Party leadership positions for more than 10 of those years–actively training, recruiting, and working to improve the process. She holds a master’s degree in English and has taught English, History, Writing, and Theater, in public and private settings. She has a homeschool blog (homeschoolwise.com) and a health freedom blog (yourhealthfreedom.org). As the co-founder and director of Your Health Freedom Utah–an advocacy group active in Utah since 2015–Kristen has been deeply involved in consumer rights and health freedom advocacy for over 7 years.
Question of The Day!
I have a friend who is pregnant for the second time, right now she is 6-7 weeks along. She dealt with nausea the whole pregnacy the first time and is expecting the same thing for this preganancy as well. I thought I heard you mention that Sovereign Copper could help with the nausea? Could you review again what is going on with the pregnancy nausea and ways to help my friend feel better this second time around? I have been listening since Covid and you have been such a light, forever grateful that I heard about you through the Truth about Cancer videos. Thank you, DARLA
With my first ‘great-grandchild’ being 20 week till delivery my 22 yo granddaughter is experiencing what her mother went through during her eight pregnancies, low platelets. Is Thrombocytopenia during pregnancy heredity or is it more linked to life style? My granddaughter, Rachel, is being told the drop in the numbers can only be slowed not stopped or raised.
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