Pharma investigating itself, Melissa Schreibfeder, Integrative Nurse Coaching, Functional medicine for nurses, Nurse Freedom Network, Seniors drug conundrum, Cancer patient preferences, Cardio beats cancer, Sunlight solution, Antibiotic alternatives, Medium chain triglycerides, Prednisone questions, Ban daylight savings time and MORE!

November 16th, 2022 3-5PM ET

Wednesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:

Pfizer And Moderna To Investigate Their Own Vaccines For Myocarditis Risks Why is Big Pharma investigating their own covid vaccines for myocarditis side effects if the vaccines were already supposedly tested and proven safe and effective? Both Pfizer and Moderna have announced that they will be undertaking studies to determine the longer term risks of Myocarditis (an inflammatory condition of the heart which can lead to death) for people who have been injected with the mRNA based covid vaccines.  The decision comes after the release of multiple medical studies which show a correlation and causation between the vaccines and an exponential increase in heart problems, specifically among men 40 years old and younger.  Only a year ago the link between covid vaccinations and myocarditis was widely denied. Studies also show that myocarditis risk increases with the number of boosters a person has taken. Before the year 2020, the average vaccine was tested and re-tested by pharmaceutical companies and the FDA for 10 to 15 years before it could be released to the public.  This was done not only because testing is a complex process with a lot of red tape involved, but also because it is the only way to discover any long term side-effects that might be associated with a particular immunization product.  If you read any medical journal or scientific outline on vaccine development published before 2020, they all agree that long term testing is necessary for public safety. Suddenly, after 2020 and the advent of public activism against the covid mandates, a host of medical “professionals” and bureaucrats began arguing that the mRNA vaccines do not need the same lengthy testing time frame because government funding allowed for everything to be accomplished much faster.  This is a lie.

Special Guest Melissa Schreibfeder

Melissa Schreibfeder is a registered nurse, functional medicine practitioner, nurse educator and board certified nurse coach. She owns and operates Integrative Nurse Coaching, a functional medicine practice in Nashville, TN and is the founder of Functional Medicine for Nurses, a mentorship program for nurses designed to provide education on the fundamentals of functional medicine with the mission to help nurses break away from the conventional sickcare model and thrive in a parallel healthcare system that focuses on true health and wellness. Melissa also serves as the Director of Clinical Research for Nurse Freedom Network and has been a strong advocate throughout the pandemic for informed consent, patient’s rights and early treatment for covid-19.She is a graduate of The University of Texas Health Science Center and has received advanced training from The Institute for Functional Medicine, The School of Applied Functional Medicine and The Nurse Coach Collective.

Healthcare hell: 1 in 5 seniors skip paying rent, buying groceries to afford their cocktail of prescription meds More than a third of older Americans are worried about affording their medication in the future (34%). A health-focused survey of 2,000 seniors finds that 35 percent have cut down on costs in other aspects of their life in order to have enough money to afford their healthcare needs. To pay for their healthcare, one in five respondents mentioned they’ve cut down on paying for necessities like the rent or mortgage payments (19%) and groceries (20%) in order to pay for medical costs. The poll, conducted by OnePoll and commissioned by ClearMatch Medicare, finds that three in four seniors struggle to afford certain aspects of their healthcare at least some of the time. In fact, 38 percent agree that healthcare is more expensive now than they remember it ever being. Nearly every senior polled (96%) already takes medication, with the average respondent taking six different prescriptions per week. It doesn’t stop there – 47 percent anticipate needing to take more prescribed medications as they get older. That may be why nearly a sixth of respondents think it’s important to save up their money now to help afford their medications in the future. When it comes to other aspects of healthcare, just three in 10 seniors would rate the availability and cost (31%) of primary doctors near them as “good” or “excellent.” Almost a fifth of all respondents add the availability (18%) and cost (20%) of prescribed medications near them is only “fair” or “poor.”

Hour 2

Most cancer patients want access to complementary therapies before treatment Nearly two-thirds (62%) of people with cancer want to know about complementary therapies such as exercise, nutrition counseling, massage, and meditation before starting conventional treatment, but only 33% of oncologists agree with that timeline, according to a new survey conducted on behalf of Samueli Foundation. “Patients want more information about their options so they can make informed decisions about their overall treatment—both traditional and complementary together,” said Wayne Jonas, MD, executive director of Integrative Health Programs at Samueli Foundation. “It’s up to providers to engage in conversations with their patients to better understand the ‘whole person’ who is coming for care and to foster treatment plans catered to individuals.” The survey of more than 1,000 patients, who were diagnosed with cancer within the past two years, and 150 oncologists revealed strong patient preference for that integrates supplemental approaches. Forty percent of say they would have chosen a hospital that offered complementary therapies if they could go back in time. More than one-third (35%) report their satisfaction would have increased if their healthcare team had offered them complementary services, such as mental health support/, mindfulness, and spiritual services, in addition to traditional treatments like radiation and chemotherapy.

Cardio beats cancer? Aerobic exercise can reduce risk of metastasis by over 70% The benefits of habitual movement are well documented. Finding a few minutes to break a sweat can lead to a healthier body and mind. Now, researchers from Tel-Aviv University report aerobic exercise can also impede cancer from spreading throughout the body. The scientists found that cardio appeared to reduce the risk of metastatic cancer by 72 percent. Researchers believe that the increased glucose (sugar) consumption of internal organs sparked by intense aerobic exercise helps reduce the amount of energy available to tumors. The study was led by Professor Carmit Levy from the Department of Human Genetics and Biochemistry and Dr. Yftach Gepner from the School of Public Health and the Sylvan Adams Sports Institute. Prof. Levy notes that collaboration and exchange of information across different TAU schools was vital to the success of this project, which may help prevent metastatic cancer in countless individuals. Metastatic cancer is the leading cause of death in Israel. In the United States, it is responsible for up to 90 percent of all cancer deaths. “Studies have demonstrated that physical exercise reduces the risk for some types of cancer by up to 35%. This positive effect is similar to the impact of exercise on other conditions, such as heart disease and diabetes. In this study we added new insight, showing that high-intensity aerobic exercise, which derives its energy from sugar, can reduce the risk of metastatic cancer by as much as 72%.  If so far the general message to the public has been ‘be active, be healthy’, now we can explain how aerobic activity can maximize the prevention of the most aggressive and metastatic types of cancer,” the study co-authors explain in a university release.

Basking in just 30 seconds of sunlight each morning may be ‘most effective way’ to prevent cancer, doctor says Here’s one more reason that a daily walk after waking up can do wonders for your health. Grabbing just 30 seconds of sunlight every morning could slash the chances of developing most types of cancer significantly, early research by one of the United Kingdom’s leading specialists suggests. Dr. Mohammad Muneeb Khan says that less than half a minute’s exposure to the sun’s near-infrared (NIR) light between sunrise and 9 a.m. may offer a higher level of protection to adults and children than eating 2,500 bananas or a kilogram of Brazil nuts per day! Stepping outside during these times could cut the odds of developing cancer from a one-in-two chance to one-in-ten, making it a more effective inhibitor than any other single preventative measure. NIR light, which is invisible to the human eye, is at its most effective at dawn, with its beneficial effect gradually waning throughout the day as the human body becomes less responsive to it. Absorbing it in the early morning prompts the body into releasing a flood of melatonin, a natural antioxidant twice as powerful as vitamin E, that neutralizes toxins and prevents cancer-causing gene mutations.

14 Natural Alternatives to Antibiotics For years, there has been controversy about the overuse of antibiotics. But there may come a time when antibiotics are difficult or even impossible to get. So you may want to learn about and stock up on natural alternatives to antibiotics. In this article, we’re going to talk about fourteen natural alternatives to antibiotics. We’ll give you some ideas of how to use them and where to get more information. But first, let’s go over why you need alternatives to antibiotics. Antibiotics are an excellent tool that doctors have to fight infections. However, in a long-term disaster, it might not be possible to get to a doctor or pharmacy to get the necessary antibiotics. And they may be reserved for severe infections even if they are accessible. You may also be interested in antibiotic alternatives if you are sensitive to the side effects of regular antibiotics or if you are worried about drug-resistant infections. If this is your situation, you’ll want to contact your doctor or pharmacist before trying alternative methods of treatment. As always, do your own research and make sure these treatments are right for you and your situation.

Questions of The Day!

Hey RSB & Super D !! 👋🏼 Could you talk about MCT – medium chain triglycerides. I’ve recently learned that they are great for your health. And could you tie this into why statins are bad for you ? My 87 year old Dad’s doctor still wants him taking them ( he’s been on them for over 4 decades !! ). Thank you guys !! Always love your show !! Gretel 😊💕🇺🇸


Hi Robert,
I heard you for the first time on the Reawaken America Tour. I have been reading your Unlock the Power to Heal book, and when I saw side effects of prednisone it made me think of my now 30 year old son, Ryan. He was born with Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (CAH) as was my firstborn son. They were both put on Cortef and Florinef at birth to suppress their growth from happening too quickly. (My oldest almost died until a pediatric endocrinologist figured out what was wrong.) Several years ago, Ryan was put on prednisone, probably 10 years ago, because the Cortef was no longer working as well as it should have. He is still on it and having many intestinal issues. We did find out he had issues with gluten several years ago, and he is good about watching his diet. I had him question his endocrinologist about the prednisone because I thought you were only supposed to be on that for a short time. Could this be the problem?  Do you have any advice for us? Ryan told me he is taking 2.5 mg prednisone 2x/day (5mg total) and .1 mg fludracortisone 2x/day (.2mg total) He is about 5’7” and 170lbs.
Thank you,

American Medical Association Recommends Permanent Use of Standard Time While the U.S. Senate voted this year to establish a permanent daylight saving time, the American Medical Association’s (AMA) House of Delegates is instead recommending a permanent change to standard time. Standard time is healthier and more natural, according to the AMA and other experts, including the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. “For far too long, we’ve changed our clocks in pursuit of daylight, while incurring public health and safety risks in the process. Committing to standard time has health benefits and allows us to end the biannual tug of war between our biological and alarm clocks,” AMA Trustee Dr. Alexander Ding said in an AMA news release. The AMA delegates were holding their interim meeting Monday in Honolulu. Twenty states have endorsed the bill establishing permanent daylight saving time, but the U.S. House of Representatives has not yet voted on it. To become law, both the Senate and House would have to approve and the president would have to sign it. Standard time shifts daylight hours earlier in the morning, best aligning with the human body clock, according to sleep experts. Daylight saving time shifts daylight hours to evening.

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