February 13, 7-9PM ET
Tuesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
The OTHER Virus In The News…
What is norovirus? 2018 Winter Olympics plagued by vomit-inducing bug Officials at the
2018 Winter Olympics are scrambling to contain the outbreak of a vomit-inducing, diarrhea-causing, extremely contagious stomach bug known as norovirus. There are now a total of 177 confirmed cases of the norovirus in South Korea, according to Reuters. That’s a nearly 30 percent increase in cases reported last week. But most people infected with norovirus have been quick to recover. Organizers told Reuters that 68 of the 177 people with the infection have already recuperated and returned to work at the Olympic games.
Questions of The Day!
Hi Robert! I love your show and have listened to it for years now and have learned how to heal my body through quality supplements and alternative therapies such as the silver-aloe protocol. I have a question about my 11 year old son. For the past three years he complains of stomach pains nearly every morning. He is always telling me his stomach hurts. I am wondering if I should try the silver-aloe protocol to see if that helps (if I can get him to drink it). If I can, how much should I have him drink? Half of an adult dose is what I was thinking. Can you suggest anything else we should do? I know that if we take him to an allopathic doctor, they will just prescribe some sort of acid reflux or similar medicine. I appreciate any input you may have.
I have a fasting blood glucose of 263. What dosage of chromium do you recommend? I am currently on no medication. What brand of chromium Do you recommend for type two diabetes cure?
What’s The Deal With NYC?
Schools Consider Banning Best Friends To Foster Inclusive Environment Growing up, your best friend is the person who is always there for you and the one you share all your secrets and exploits with. But now there’s a growing movement to ban best friends. The movement isn’t a ban on friendship, it’s just geared towards having children broaden their friendship circles and become more inclusive. It’s a move a lot of educators think goes in the right direction. Rumored to have first started in Prince George’s South London school this push to breakup best friends is catching on, says clinical psychologist Dr. Barbara Greenberg.
Hour 2 – Take Care of Those Kidneys!
Kidney stones on the rise in US, study suggests Kidney stones may be increasing among both men and women in the US, a new study says. The study, published Monday in the journal Mayo Clinic Proceedings, looks at the prevalence of kidney stones over a period of almost three decades — from 1984 to 2012 — among more than 10,000 residents of Minnesota. Kidney stones increased more than fourfold among women and more than twofold among men, it found. Young women ages 18 to 39 had the highest increase in cases, jumping from 62 to 252 cases (per 100,000 person-years) from 1984 to 2012. One person-year is a year lived by each participant for the duration of the study.
Special Guest – Linda Isaacs, M.D.
Linda L. Isaacs, M.D., is a graduate of Vanderbilt University School of Medicine and is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine. She offers individualized nutritional protocols for patients with cancer and other degenerative diseases, as well as protocols for those who wish to maintain their health. She worked with her colleague, Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez, for more than twenty years, and during that time they published articles together about the remarkable results they saw in various types of illnesses. Click here to read more about case reports and statistics.
Different People, Different Diets
Vegan? Paleo? Ornish or Atkins? Some nutritional experts say that all humans should follow a high meat, high animal fat diet; others, one emphasizing plant foods; still others, a more balanced “Mediterranean” type diet. Not only can these conflicting opinions lead to confusion among those trying to improve their health, many end up on a diet that just isn’t right for them.
In this lecture, Dr. Isaacs will review the work of such pioneers as Dr. Weston Price, who showed that traditional groups of humans thrived on many different types of diets; Dr. Francis Pottenger, who demonstrated the effect of nutrients on the nervous system; and Dr. William Donald Kelley, who synthesized the work of these researchers into a coherent plan of individualized dietary and supplement prescriptions.
DATE AND TIME
Wed, February 28, 2018
7:00 PM – 8:30 PM EST
Good Foods Co-op
455 Southland Drive
Lexington, KY 40503
TV News Flub Of The Week?
WLS-Ch.7 blames graphics ‘mix-up’ for confusion between P.F. Chang’s and Pyeongchang Pyeongchang is a mountainous county 110 miles southeast of Seoul in South Korea, and the host of the 2018 Winter Olympics. P.F. Chang’s is an Asian-inspired chain restaurant with 210 U.S. locations, including ones in Chicago, Lombard, Northbrook, Orland Park and Schaumburg. PyeongChang and P.F. Chang’s are not the same thing, and beyond the fact that they both begin with the letter P and end in “Chang,” they have little in common. This distinction, however, appears to have eluded WLS-Ch.7’s news team, which on Saturday morning accidentally broadcast a report about the political backdrop to the Winter Olympics, illustrated with the graphic, “P.F. Chang 2018.”
Remember Friends, The Power to Heal is Yours!
More upcoming RSB events:
- Total Health 2018, Toronto, Canada May 11-13, 2018.
- NOCO Hemp Expo April 6-7, 2018
- US Health Freedom Congress June 10-12, 2018
- Stay tuned as the calendar is updated for more exciting events and opportunities to meet RSB!