Aug 6, 2018 7-9PM ET
Monday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Hour 1 – Advanced Medicine with Dr. Rashid Buttar!
Dr. Buttar is back to talk about what’s happening in the world of health news. Here’s what we have in store for you today:
High Fat Ketogenic Diet More Effective than Pysch Drugs for Schizophrenia and Mental Health Health Impact News has published many articles about the low-carb high-fat ketogenic diet, and its favorable influences on several diseases or dysfunctional health conditions. The ketogenic diet was originally developed at Johns Hopkins Hospital in the 1920s to stop seizures in children with epilepsy, when pharmaceutical drugs did not work. More recently, the ketogenic diet has been used successfully for neurological disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease. Recently, there have been efforts by some researchers and medical practitioners to explore the potential of ameliorating schizophrenia, a major brain disorder that affects one out of a hundred, with the aid of the ketogenic diet. First, let’s make sure we understand what schizophrenia is about. It’s not really the split or multiple personality types of syndrome many consider it to be.
Spanish Study Sees Improvement in Alzheimer’s 21 Days After Starting Coconut Oil There have been several studies from countries outside the U.S. that show the health virtues of coconut oil for Alzheimer’s Disease. Meanwhile, pronouncements from the USA’s Alzheimer’s Association and medical press releases, warning against using coconut oil, have persisted. These international studies’ conclusions fly in the face of our “expert” opinions that, as a saturated fat, coconut oil threatens heart health. This misinformation continues even as medical practitioners of all types are realizing that the lipid theory of heart disease as the leading contributor to poor heart health is simply not true. Actually, arterial inflammation is caused by excessive sugar and concentrated fructose isolates, such as HFCS (high fructose corn syrup), which are the main dietary culprits of arterial and heart disease. The most recent study was published on July 20th, by the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease. This human study was conducted by academic researchers in Valencia, Spain, and titled Improvement of Main Cognitive Functions in Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease after Treatment with Coconut Oil Enriched Mediterranean Diet: A Pilot Study. The study’s purpose was to explore the possibility of using coconut oil as an alternative treatment for Alzheimer’s disease (AD). The researchers were fully aware of coconut oil’s metabolism into ketones and the brain’s ability to use ketones more efficiently than glucose.
Antidepressant efficacy is the new fake news Are antidepressants an effective treatment for major depression? According to Professor Gordon Parker AO, a professor of psychiatry at UNSW and the founder of the Black Dog Institute, the answer is irrelevant—because we’re asking the wrong question. In a British Journal of Psychiatry editorial published this month, Parker challenges the findings of several studies that analysed the outcomes of multiple clinical trials of antidepressants. Collectively, these trials spanned hundreds of thousands of patients who received either antidepressants or placebos to treat a diagnosis of major depression. The aggregated trial data were interpreted in the earlier studies as indicating that antidepressants were no more effective than placebos, leading to widespread public confusion about the validity of these drugs, while the most recent analysis argued for their effectiveness. The problem, Parker argues, is that trialling antidepressants against a target condition of major depression produces, if not guarantees, flawed results. ‘Major depression’ is an umbrella term that refers to a range of depressive illnesses with varying causes, trajectories and treatment responses, rather than to a single condition.
Father bans his children from taking medicine and vaccines A father has defended his decision to ban his children from taking medicine – including antibiotics, painkillers and even Calpol. Richard Lanigan and his wife Janette have never given daughters Molly and Isabelle, 14, and Eloise, 11, medication and say their immune systems are better for it. The couple, who live in south-west London, even kept one baby away from hospital when doctors told them she was likely to die from whooping cough – and believe the natural nutrients in Janette’s breast milk kept her alive. The girls never took part in their immunisation programme as babies and have never even had a Lemsip. The only time the three children had vaccinations is when they were immunised before going holiday this summer. Mr Lanigan says avoiding modern medicine is the best thing to do because it maximises his girls’ immune systems. In fact, he is so against unnatural substances, he has never even allowed the trio to take popular children’s remedies like Calpol – a paracetamol-based medicine used by millions of parents.
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Hour 2 – Special Guest Alan Phillips Esq!
Alan Phillips, J.D., a nationally recognized legal expert on vaccine policy and law, is the only attorney in the U.S. whose practice is focused solely on vaccine exemptions and waivers, and vaccine legislative activism. He consults with individuals, families, attorneys, legislators, and legislative activists throughout the U.S. on vaccine exemption and waiver rights and vaccine politics and law [disclaimer]. He hosts The Vaccine Agenda, a weekly radio show, is published internationally on vaccine politics and law, and speaks at rallies and conferencesthroughout the U.S. Alan has been a regularly featured writer for Natural News, GreenMedInfo.com, Liberty Roundtable, and the Pastoral Medical Association.
Alan is a Board Member of the World Association for Vaccine Education and the Pastoral Medical Association; an Advisory Board Member of the American Chiropractic Autism Board; a co-founder of North Carolina’s Citizens for Healthcare Freedom; an Associate and Legal Advisor to Source Force, Inc.(a caring ministry for poverty AIDS and terminal cancer victims, recently dissolved); and an Advisory Counsel Member of Thai Healing Alliance International.
For well over a decade Alan has helped clients legally avoid vaccines required at birth; for daycare, school and college enrollment (public, private, homeschool and military); as a condition of employment; in the military (members, families and civilian contractors); for immigrants (including foreign adoption), for international travel; for children of parents in child custody disputes who disagree about vaccinating their children; and other situations. Alan’s e-book, The Authoritative Guide to Vaccine Legal Exemptions, is the only publication that provides authoritative, accurate, in-depth information about how state and federal laws interact with individual circumstances to form the precise boundaries of each person’s legal right to refuse vaccines. His Vaccine Rights website is the only Internet site dedicated solely to vaccine rights. Alan also spearheaded the Pandemic Response Project (PReP), a national initiative aimed at reforming state laws across the U.S. that currently provide for vaccines to be mandated *without exemptions* during declared emergencies and for non-vaccinated persons to be quarantined in government facilities against their will.
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Trump Carried Counties With High Opioid Use: Study U.S. counties with high rates of prescription painkiller use voted heavily in favor of Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election, a new study finds. Researchers found that, on average, Trump got about 60 percent of the vote in counties with the greatest use of prescription opioids — drugs such as Vicodin and OxyContin. That was in contrast to counties with relatively low opioid prescription rates; there, Trump garnered just under 39 percent of the vote, on average. The findings add to evidence that people in communities with economic and social woes commonly threw their support to Trump in 2016. But they do not mean that people addicted to opioids voted for him, the study authors said. “It would be a mistake to assume that,” said lead researcher Dr. James Goodwin, of the University of Texas Medical Branch, in Galveston. That’s because the study looked at counties’ rates of legitimate opioid prescriptions to Medicare patients — mostly adults older than 65.
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