February 6, 2023 3-5PM ET
Monday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Denialism: A Woke Way to Stifle Dissent As with misinformation, labeling someone who disagrees with the current standardthink as a “denier” has become, pardon the term, endemic amongst the woke. Covid denier, climate denier, election denier, science denier – are all bandied about to immediately end debate, tar any difference of opinion as literally insane, and depict anyone who ever disagrees with you as stupid and evil. This epithet is now even being used pre-emptively to makes sure that no matter what anyone who now or ever questions the move to ban gas stoves will not be doing so based on facts or logic but because of their “gas stove denialism.” Like so much woke terminology, the initial meaning of the term is far removed from its current usage, though it has the distinct advantage of being generally familiar, allowing it to be “Trojan Horsed” (admittedly, some arise sui generis) into public discourse. Common usage of the term “in denial” (besides the joke about the river in Egypt) seemed to come to the fore mostly in regards to an inability to face up to an obvious, almost always, personal truth. In denial about your drinking, in denial about the fact that your kids are actually monsters, in denial about your sexuality (nothing to do with today’s genderpalooza) and on and on. But, like in almost every case in which the woke have stolen a term from the self-help/therapy movements the term has been utterly bastardized. For example, trigger and safe space are now used in the opposite way of their initial intent – see here.
Proposed changes to school lunches aim to reduce sugar and sodium, but flavored milk stays If new US Department of Agriculture school food guidelines stand as proposed, chocolate milk is in, but for the first time ever, at least some added sugars will be out – and sodium levels will be reduced gradually. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack publicly announced the changes on Friday. “The purpose of this is to improve the health and welfare of our children. And I think everybody who comes to this issue shares that goal and hopefully, collectively, we can make sure it happens,” Vilsack told CNN in an interview Thursday ahead of the announcement. The federally assisted school meal program provides nutritionally balanced meals at school at low or no-cost. More than 15.3 million kids every day get breakfast at school in the US and 29.6 million get a school lunch, Vilsack said. The numbers were higher earlier in the pandemic, when meals were offered free to all children regardless of their family’s income, but in June, Congress did not extend the Covid-19 pandemic waivers that had expanded the program. While school meals are paid for by local and federal funding, the standards for what goes on a kids’ cafeteria tray are set by the USDA. The agency’s job is to make sure any meal served at school is nutritious and falls in line with the US Dietary Guidelines.
Special Guest – Julie Whitman Kline
Julie Whitman-Kline is CEO of the Whitman Group, a family-owned collection of companies specializing in natural health education, events, products and services. She is a businesswoman overseeing 13 different companies within the Whitman Group, a wife and mother of three growing children and is active in her church and community. Since her teen years she’s worked with her family and alongside her father, Dr. Wendell Whitman. His primary focus was on natural health due to his personal health challenges. Because of his positive experience with natural healing he realized the public’s need for accessibility to alternative approaches that were natural, affordable, gentle and effective. He expanded his vision in a community of companies emphasizing natural health education, products and services. Consequently, Julie developed an in-depth understanding of the rapidly growing natural health market.
Dr. Wendell Whitman was a tireless advocate for health freedom and a pioneer in the field of natural health. In 1991, recognizing the inadequacy of formal health education outside of the traditional medical field, he founded Trinity School of Natural Health.
Trinity School of Natural Health was founded for the purpose of presenting alternative natural health education to everyone. Today, the Trinity repertoire of programs and courses has evolved into a powerful, educational process that enables students to improve their own health, enhance the good health of their families, friends and communities, and their own professional practices.
Our philosophy is that we are intrinsically holistic and should therefore continually pursue true health through the development of the physical, emotional and spiritual aspects of the whole person. Our vision is to become the global leader in natural health education by creating a community of individuals who are committed to sharing their knowledge of the power and purpose of holistic health. As we strive to create an exceptional student experience, we will treat each person who chooses Trinity with respect and dignity. Every decision made, every single day, will be focused solely on what is best for our students.
Ovarian Cancer: Can Removing Fallopian Tubes Decrease the Risk? A new consensus statement from the Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance (OCRA) advises many women to remove their fallopian tubes in an effort to reduce their risk of developing ovarian cancer. According to the statement, which published on January 30, ovarian cancer is a particularly challenging condition to diagnose and treat since, unlike many other types of cancer, the prognosis doesn’t necessarily improve with early diagnosis. According to the OCRA consensus statement, people who are diagnosed early can have an aggressive form of ovarian cancer with a high rate of mortality, while others, who are diagnosed with late-stage ovarian cancer, may have a less-aggressive form and have more positive outcomes. Ovarian cancer screenings are often considered unsuccessful as they can lead to false positives that lead to unnecessary surgery and surgical complications, according to the American College of Gynecology (ACOG). The average risk for ovarian cancerTrusted Source is low, however, it is the deadliest type of gynecologic cancer and the fifth leading cause of cancer deaths among women. “Individuals who do not desire future fertility and have completed childbearing can be counseled in regard to removal of the fallopian tubes at the time of gynecologic surgery for benign conditions,” Dr. Oliver Dorigo MD, PhD, the director and associate professor of gynecologic oncology at Stanford University, told Healthline.
Special Guest Rachael Dardano
Rachael loves talking about poop. She is compelled to. Which may be considered weird, after all, people usually don’t grow up to want to become a colon hydro therapist, but she walked away from her corporate career in the Clinical Laboratory Field to do just that and has been doing that since 2010. After her survival from a near death experience from an undiagnosed cancer, her lifelong suffering from constipation, allergies and eczema became intolerable. The medical solutions only offered temporary relief and then stopped working for her all together. Fast forward through an incredible story of fate and faith, Rachael now champions a return to wholeness through detoxification and energetic programs at her holistic and bioenergetic center in Folsom, CA.
Beginning with the end in mind, she is passionate about being a pioneer to shining light on the important role of the “regular release”. Often ignored, this is the first step to being well. Drawing her knowledge for the clinical, spiritual and emotional connections that the core of the human body serves as an important, if not THE most important aspect to our health as humans.
She works with people that are suffering and stuck. She works with people that understand that the drainage funnels are the solution to many health issues and the understanding that the answers come usually with a release in one of three areas, physical, emotional or spiritual. She believes that the “Human” aspect is too compartmentalized in healthcare today. Her unique coaching style inspires, empowers, and provides tools needed to reconnect to our own energetic harmonious healing potential.
Rachael’s expertise comes from 20+ years in the clinical and genetic diagnostics industry. Since Opening Internal Wisdom in 2010 , Rachael has utilized innovative technologies, ancient practices and superior nutritional support to naturally increase vitality.
Above all, Rachael is a guide to establish self trust, increase intuition, and access to youthful vibrancy through cleansing and lifestyle practices. (And regular bowels)
Let go, deeper with Rachael and gain access to your full potential.
Questions of The Day!
Hi Robert- I have watched you on a couple of Docuseries and really like what you have to say. I was diagnosed with Afib over a year ago. I am very confused as to why…..don’t drink, don’t smoke, not overweight, great shape, eat mostly a vegan diet(some fish/eggs periodically), moderate exercise 6 days/week. However, in Sept of 2021 I got Covid pretty bad, then in November I was in an accident and broke my back and messed up my face pretty bad. I was told I needed a Tetanus shot so took it under duress. A month later I was diagnosed with Afib so wondering if the broken back, the Tetanus shot or the Covid infection had something to do with this Afib. I take all kinds of supplements now including Cardio Miracle as well as eat very clean. However, I started my Vegan journey about a year before the Covid/back issue and am now wondering since I stopped my meat intake if the lack of Copper might have caused this Afib. Do you have any other suggestions for me to address this Afib??? I wish you took patients as I would love a teleconference. Also, sidenote is my EchoCardiogram is normal, bloodwork is pretty normal, etc.
Thanks so much, Dean
I respect your work and appreciate your radio style.
I heard you on one of Jonathan Otto’s docu-series refer to urine therapy. I think I heard you say that urine can be made into a homeopathic form. In fact, I think you said that it had been used on soldiers. Is this correct? If so, how can this be done?
I hope you can talk about this. I’m especially interested in stem cells. I think many people would be willing to take urine in this manner.