Jan 1, 2019 7-9PM ET
Tuesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Hour 1 – Special Guest Chris Barr!
Disease Has An Enemy – Its Name Is Selenium Are you concerned about getting cancer or any other life-threatening disease in your lifetime? Do you have a serious health challenge you’re dealing with but don’t know what to do naturally to help?
Like millions, you probably take a handful of pills or capsules every day hoping to better your chances for survival and live longer. While there are many excellent products and essential nutrients to choose from
that can definitely do great things for your health, none holds more promise for prevention and protec- tion than the trace mineral selenium. According to Barr, “…hands down selenium is unequivocally the most protective of all nutrients.”
In our last issue of CRUSADOR (Issue 36 May/June), we ran one of the best interviews we’ve ever published with Christopher Barr on the trace mineral chromium in a food grown state. In that interview, Barr stated that “the trace mineral chromium is the single most important nutrient discovered to date.” Everyone needs chromium because it is the most important nutrient required for blood sugar metabolism and al- most everyone is deficient in it.
In this very educational interview about selenium, you will be just as enlightened and encouraged as you discover what selenium can do for preventing disease and protecting your health.
Read more HERE
“The results for cancer prevention with 100 % Whole Food source selenium far exceeded any ever achieved with any other substance before or since whether drug, radiation, surgery, herb or nutrient.” – Christopher Barr
How Suntanning Both Increases And Reduces Your Chance Of Dying From Melanoma — A Mystery Solved Quick quiz question: two people are diagnosed with melanoma – Sarah Sunburn, an adamant sun-worshipper, and Paula Pale-All-The-Time, a fanatical sun-avoider. Who is more likely to die of the disease? The answer is pale-faced Paula. Surprised? Let me unpack this mystery and explain why sun exposure simultaneously kills people, while making the cancers they are diagnosed with appear to be less life-threatening. I will start with what you probably know already. Melanoma is a potentially life-threatening skin cancer. It occurs usually as a result of genetic risk, including fair complexion and sun exposure. (I lost my beloved redheaded aunt to melanoma when she was tragically young.) All else equal, people who spend more time in the sun, or in tanning booths, are more likely to die of melanoma, with people of fair complexion especially at risk. Now here is the part that you might find confusing: among people diagnosed with melanoma, those with a history of lots of sun exposure and fair complexion are less likely to die. That’s right: sun exposure makes people both more and less likely to die of melanoma. How can that be?
Special Guest – Stuart Tomc!
Stuart Tomc serves as a Vice President of Human Nutrition at CV Sciences, Inc. Mr. Tomc served as Head of Product Development at CannaVEST Corp. He is a recognized authority on dietary supplements, with twenty years of experience in the nutritional health industry. He served as Vice President of North American Herb and Spice, where he served for 10 years, in addition to his service as Global Educator for omega-3 market leader, Nordic Naturals, Mr. Tomc is known for
Related to CBD, but not as well-known, here’s a primer on CBDA A cannabis plant has more than 426 chemical entities, of which 60-plus are cannabinoid compounds, including cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). While the health benefits associated with CBD use have been well-researched and publicized, not much is known about the component from which it’s derived: CBDA (cannabidiolic-acid), a non-psychoactive compound. “CBDA is a parent to CBD,” explains Dr. Rohini Patel, product owner at CB2 Insights, a Toronto-based cannabis data company. While CBD doesn’t exist in the plant, it is created when CBDA is heated through decarboxylation, a process that converts the non-psychoactive cannabinoids to intoxicating compounds. The “A” in CBDA stands for acid, and is made up of “hydrogen and carbon molecules that inhibit absorption through oral consumption (eating),” explains Michael Kushbury, a cannabis educator at The Education Station.
Parents’ emotional pleas grant CBD use for autism treatment The Iowa Board of Medicine voted on Friday to add autism to the list of medical conditions that can be treated with cannabidiol thanks in part to a dedicated Iowa mother. Lindsay Gaunt said she filed a petition to get autism added to the list of debilitating diseases eligible to be treated with medical marijuana in Iowa to give her 6-year-old daughter, Obreigh, a better life. Gaunt said Obreigh is nonverbal and cannot tell her parents how she’s feeling. Instead, she shows them. “It’s heartbreaking,” said Gaunt. “Especially when they’re nonverbal and they can’t tell you what’s wrong.” Gaunt said that when Obreigh is upset, she bangs her head, cries or worse when she takes her medication.
Sleepless Night Could Make Pastries Hard to Resist There’s a reason that glazed donut might seem even more enticing if you’re sleep-deprived: A new study suggests that even one night of lost slumber increases the desirability of junk foods. But the culprit doesn’t appear to be an increase in ghrelin — the so-called “hunger hormone” — which has been implicated in prior research focusing on sleep deprivation and poor food choices. “Our results show that the idea that sleep deprivation leads to poor food choices because of a hormonal dysregulation is probably too simple,” said study author Jan Peters. He’s a professor of biological psychology at University of Cologne in Germany. “We know from many previous studies that reduced sleep increases obesity risk and also that people tend to get less and less sleep,” Peters added. “Our results now show a neural mechanism that might contribute to the association between reduced sleep and weight gain.”
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- Total Health ’19 Toronto Canada April 12-14, 2019!
- Advanced Medicine Conference May 25-26, 2019 Los Angeles, CA