June 3, 2019 3-5PM ET
Monday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Want to improve your life? Just learn to say no When you ask someone how they are, 95% of the time they will answer with some version of “busy”, “good, but busy” or even, sometimes, “crazy busy”. Busy has become a badge of honour, a signifier of success – a humble brag that implies we are important and in demand. But if you really are “too busy”, chances are, you are not saying no enough. Many of us struggle to say no, fearing rejection, anger or just the uncertainty of what the other person’s response will be. Our people-pleasing is often rooted in childhood. We might have been raised to be a good girl or boy, praised for being “mummy’s little helper”, or we might not have been given enough attention, and so sought it by pleasing others, even at the expense of ourselves. I am a hypnotherapist and one client told me recently that, as a child, she felt responsible for her depressed mother’s happiness. Now, she said, she feels she must say yes to every request for fear of upsetting people. Another client told me that he used to fear his father’s angry outbursts, and would often say yes to avoid getting on the wrong side of someone’s temper.
Special Guest Ryan Sternagel
Ryan and Teddy Sternagel are the founders of The Stern Method, a website dedicated to spreading awareness and practical application of integrative approaches to cancer and how to live an anticancer lifestyle, especially as it applies to parents going through childhood cancer and those wanting to ensure a cancer free lifetime for their entire family. In May of 2014 their son Ryder was diagnosed with stage four neuroblastoma, a childhood cancer of the nervous system, eleven days before his first birthday. Ever since that day Ryan and Teddy have continually consulted with naturopathic doctors, cancer coaches, and health experts all over the world to employ an integrative approach that minimized the amount of conventional treatment Ryder received through a mix of super nutrition, targeted supplementation, energy medicine and healthy lifestyle practices to make sure Ryder not only survives, but thrives in his health for the rest of his life… Through The Stern Method website, podcast and YouTube videos the Sternagel family spreads the message of hope and healing to thousands of families
Ryan Sternagel created The Anti-Cancer Revolution because we all need to know more…
The vast majority of people, when diagnosed with cancer, STILL choose conventional chemotherapy and radiation — without understanding possible natural alternatives OR naturally preparing their bodies and minds for that conventional decision.
He’s gathered renowned health professionals to teach natural ways to support your fight against cancer using nutrition, oils, homeopathy, cellular detox, fasting, ozone therapy, botanical chemo, hyperbarics, epigenetics and more!
The Anti-Cancer Revolution exists to help you:
● Supplement conventional approaches with natural methods
● Find an entirely natural approach
● Cease being frustrated by the lack of options
● Reduce side effects and prevent relapses
You see, Ryan received devastating news on his son’s first birthday: stage IV cancer. His family was already living what they considered a “healthier than average” life: good food, active, happy.
He deeply researched the disease and how to protect his son from the damage of conventional treatments by seeking out every professional, conference and resource he could find. In his effort, he found many naturopathic oncologists, doctors who advise those going through conventional treatments, but who are also knowledgeable in alternative treatments and holistic approaches.
With this knowledge, Ryan’s family shifted every aspect of their lives to remove any potential root cause of his son’s disease.
It’s truly a fascinating story!
Now, every time he discusses possible avenues for treatment with those recently diagnosed, proverbial “light bulbs” turn on as they too begin to connect the dots — whether it’s as a means to healing or naturally supplementing conventional treatments…
It’s your life, or that of a loved one, make sure you know your options — because YOU are part of the Anti-Cancer Revolution!
When you register today, you’ll also UNLOCK Ryan’s powerful, 10-page eChecklist, The Ultimate Cancer-Proof Home eChecklist, to help remove toxins from your home, starting today!
Question of The Day!
Hi Robert & Super Don,
Thank you so much for your show. I love hearing like-minded ideas about health and liberty as I work in public health and don’t feel safe talking about certain topics much. BTW I rehabilitate traumatic injuries which is one area of western medicine I can see a place for – for the most part.
Anyways, my question is: I am going to visit my in laws in a couple weeks. My father in law has Alzheimer’s and is declining and my mother in law is super stressed out due to all the caregiving. They don’t do much alternative except he was taking turmeric capsules at one point. Do you have any simple recommendations that I could suggest for reversing or slowing down the progression of the Alzheimer’s? I know I could research this but I’d love to hear your ideas. Thanks so much! Kristie
Hour 2 – 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:
Could Tolerating Disease Be Better than Fighting It? About a year ago, some—but not all—of the mice in Janelle Ayres’s lab at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla, California, got really sick. Ayres and her colleagues had infected each of the animals with the pathogenic bacterium Citrobacter rodentium, and within a few days, some of the mice began losing weight. Their colons became severely inflamed, and the animals died not long after. But other mice that were also exposed to the bacterium looked perfectly healthy. All the mice were genetically identical. They were fed the same food, kept in the same kinds of cages, and had no notable differences in the composition of their microbiomes. “Yet half the animals died, and the other half survived,” exactly what she was aiming for, Ayres tells The Scientist. This type of experiment is called “lethal dose 50,” the level at which the dose of a toxin or pathogen kills half of the population that’s been exposed. Ayres was running the experiment to determine what causes genetically identical mice to respond differently to the same pathogen. Scientists using the protocol typically assumed that susceptible mice had more-severe infections—that random events drove up the number of pathogenic bacteria and this caused them to die—while surviving animals got lucky and managed to keep pathogen numbers low. But when Ayres tested her mice, levels of bacteria in the gut and other tissues were the same in both groups.
Breastfeeding moms’ milk can transfer life-long protection against infection to their babies Previously, it was generally thought that immunity against illness is passed from mum to baby for only the period they are breastfed and this protection ends when breastfeeding stops. It was also thought that this immunity was transferred by a mother’s proteins such as antibodies that are used by the immune system to neutralize bacteria and viruses. However, research in mice by scientists published today in Science Advances, has found that the transfer of immunity can be long-term, beyond the period of breastfeeding. They also found that this protection was driven by the transfer of immune cells and was completely independent of antibodies. The research found that infant mice breastfed by a mother who had a worm infection before becoming pregnant acquired life-long protection against this infection. Unexpectedly, this effect was passed onto the infants by cells in the mother’s milk and not proteins such as antibodies. These transferred cells provided protection from worm infection throughout the body to the infant. This work shows that mothers exposed, even before pregnancy, to a globally prevalent source of infection provides long-term breastfeeding-acquired immunity to infection in their infants.
15 Facts about Measles the Mainstream Media Won’t Tell You The mainstream corporate media have been in hysteria mode about measles, as have federal, state, county, and municipal governments. Every article you read essentially reiterates the same talking points: measles is a deadly disease, the vaccine is very effective and very safe, and “anti-vaxxers” are a threat to society because they are so dangerously ignorant about the science. Yet parents doing their own research are well aware of how simplistic and downright deceptive the mainstream narrative is. The media refuse to even scratch the surface of the subject and engage in public policy advocacy — i.e., propaganda — rather than properly educating the public about what science actually tells us. So here are 15 scientific facts about measles and the measles vaccine that you aren’t being told by the government or mainstream media
It’s a Mindset: In Order to Get Fit, You Must THINK of Yourself as Fit If you know you’re not as physically active as you should be, stop thinking about it and start doing something about it. People who view themselves as lazy compared to others are more likely to die at a younger age, even if their actual activity levels were the same. That means people who thought they were less active than their peers likely weren’t reaping the full benefits of exercise, all because of their negative attitude. Lead author Octavia Zahrt, a Stanford PhD student in organizational behavior, says she knows firsthand how negative self-talk and toxic comparisons can make a solid effort seem lazy. She explained: “I am from Germany, and back there I felt really good about my activity level. I biked to work, and went to the gym maybe once a week.” Zahrt says that when she moved to California, she was suddenly “surrounded by people who exercise all the time. Compared to them I felt really inactive, and I developed what I know now was a really negative mindset about my physical activity.”