June 6th, 2021 1-3PM ET
Sunday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Tucker Carlson: Two-faced Fauci pushed draconian measures despite data Funny thing about the COVID pandemic. For so long, we knew very little. Now we know an awful lot. It’s now clear that in the earliest days of the coronavirus pandemic, public health officials in Washington were panicked. At the time, it wasn’t clear what the mortality rate from the virus would turn out to be. But that wasn’t their main concern. Officials in Washington were terrified for themselves. They were afraid of being exposed. They’d used American tax dollars to fund reckless experiments in China that in the end likely created COVID-19. If that fact were to become public, it would be over. They’d be shamed and ridiculed and possibly even indicted. Their professional lives would be done. So they immediately set to work hiding it in a cover-up. Last winter, a group of well-known scientists publicly dismissed the lab leak theory in a letter to The Lancet as absurd and categorically untrue, and yet at the same time, they wrote emails to each other admitting that the virus looked engineered, by human hand, in a lab. Meanwhile, Tony Fauci worked on censorship. He made certain that the self-appointed fact-checkers who control the flow of information in this country shut down anyone who dared challenge the official story, which we now know was a lie. In the final days of the last administration, the State Department finally began a serious investigation into the origins of COVID, into what was happening at Wuhan Institute of Virology. Almost immediately after the election, Joe Biden canceled it. In all, the lying went on for a year and a half. We’re just learning how deep it went.
Study shows BPA exposure below regulatory levels can impact brain development Humans are exposed to a bath of chemicals every day. They are in the beds where we sleep, the cars that we drive and the kitchens we use to feed our families. With thousands of chemicals floating around in our environment, exposure to any number is practically unavoidable. Through the work of researchers like Dr. Deborah Kurrasch, Ph.D., the implications of many of these chemicals are being thoroughly explored. “Manufacturers follow standards set by regulatory bodies, it’s not up to the manufacturers to prove the chemicals in consumer products are safe,” says Kurrasch, a researcher in the University of Calgary’s Hotchkiss Brain Institute (HBI) and Alberta Children’s Research Institute at the Cumming School of Medicine. “Scientists play a critical role and do the meticulous work of determining where the risks lie.” Kurrasch’s research over the past decade has focused on a chemical that is broadly recognizable: Bisphenol A, also known as BPA. This chemical is commonly found in plastics, canned food linings, and even thermal receipts. Studies from Kurrasch’s lab contribute to the collective research that shows the harms of exposure to this industrial compound. The latest study out of Kurrasch’s lab, published in Science Advances, suggests that continued vigilance is needed. A postdoctoral researcher in her lab, Dr. Dinu Nesan, Ph.D., examined the impact of low levels of BPA exposure to pregnant mice and the brain development of their offspring.
Carcinogen found in some popular sunscreens and after-sun products including Neutrogena, tests show Traces of a chemical tied to blood cancers including leukemia have been detected in dozens of popular sunscreens and after-sun products, according to tests conducted by online pharmacy and lab Valisure. Benzene, a , was found in 78 of nearly 300 sprays and lotions tested — about 27% — including products sold by Banana Boat and CVS, according to Valisure. In a petition, the company has asked the FDA to recall these contaminated batches. The regulating body is reviewing the claim. “The FDA takes seriously any safety concerns raised about products we regulate, including sunscreen,” the FDA told CBS News in a statement. Sunscreens and after-sun, classified as cosmetics, are generally subject to FDA regulation. The chemical is identified as “a colorless or light-yellow liquid chemical at room temperature.” Valisure states that it’s been used “primarily as a solvent in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries.” Trace levels of benzene can be found in cigarette smoke, gasoline, glues, adhesives, cleaning products and paint strippers. Valisure also reported that 14 sun care product lots with some of the highest contaminations are sold across four different popular brands — Neutrogena, Sun Bum, CVS Health and Fruit of the Earth. Not all of the aforementioned brands’ products were found to contain benzene, and lists of products found to contain and not to contain benzene are included further down the page in Valisure’s petition form.
A healthy lifestyle staves off dementia in old age – regardless of your genetic risk It’s often said that we don’t get to pick our families, which also means we don’t have the luxury of choosing our genes. Genetics influence a whole lot, but according to a new study a healthy lifestyle will put you in a good position to enjoy better brain health well into old age. Researchers in China add these cognitive benefits will last regardless of your genetic risk of dementia. A team from Duke Kunshan University reports a healthier lifestyle among older adults over the age of 80 has a link to a lower risk of cognitive impairment. Moreover, whether or not an individual carries the APOE ε4 gene, which scientists believe increases Alzheimer’s disease risk, doesn’t appear to make a difference. Previous studies have found that a healthy lifestyle, including healthy dieting and exercise, can help keep the brain young. However, it’s been unclear how such an approach to life influences the APOE ε4 gene. In pursuit of some answers, the research team analyzed data from 6,160 adults over 80 who participated in the Chinese Longitudinal Healthy Longevity Survey. Study authors poured over the data looking for links between APOE ε4, lifestyle, and brain health. The team also accounted for each person’s sociodemographic factors as well.
Don’t eat cicadas if you are allergic to shrimp, shellfish, FDA warns The Food and Drug Administration has a colorful warning for people with a shellfish allergy: don’t eat cicadas. Turns out, the agency warns, that the noisy insects actually share a “family relation” to shrimp and lobsters. “Yep! We have to say it!” the FDA tweeted on Wednesday. “Don’t eat #cicadas if you’re allergic to seafood as these insects share a family relation to shrimp and lobsters.” While the warning surprised many of the FDA’s Twitter followers, it turns out eating cicadas isn’t unheard of, and it’s not even the first time experts have issued the warning for those with shellfish allergies. In fact, last month Montclair State University released a how-to on harvesting and cooking cicadas. “Brood X cicadas are one of the world’s most incredible animal phenomena,” Cortni Borgerson, assistant a university assistant professor of anthropology, said in the explainer. “In a year where few of us may be traveling to see natural wonders like Africa’s great migration, or the elephant gathering of Sri Lanka, we are incredibly privileged to have this rare spectacle occurring in our very own backyards. Brood X provides an infusion of nutrients into the ecosystem, and humans have been enjoying this event for its sights, sounds and taste for millennia.”
Hour 2 ENCORE – Special Guests – Jamie Dorley and Joe Messino
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Jamie Dorley has been involved in the natural health field in a variety of capacities for over twenty years. Holding a Bachelor of Science degree from Slippery Rock University in community health, and certification from the American College of Sports medicine as a certified trainer, Jamie’s career includes having counseled and coached athletes, executives, and school teams, and many years serving as a sales executive and formulator for several national nutritional and sports supplement companies. As co-founder with Dr James Winer of Nutritional Frontiers, Jamie is the current CEO and oversees the formulation and distribution of premium therapeutic quality nutritional supplements through health professionals nationwide. His expertise is highly valued by the many patients whom he has helped with a wide variety of health challenges since joining the staff of Winer Wellness Center in 2007.
22 Benefits Of CBD Oil: Based On Academic Research CBD or cannabidiol is a chemical derived from the Cannabis Sativa plant, commonly referred to as marijuana or hemp. The cannabis Sativa plant has over 80 compounds, the cannabinoids. The primary ingredient in marijuana is delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), but cannabidiol is obtained mainly from hemp. Hemp contains minimal amounts of THC. In 2018, the passage of the Farm Bill made it legal in the U.S to sell hemp and hemp-derived products. However, not all hemp-derived cannabidiol products are certified as legal. Since CBD has been studied and seen as a new drug, it is illegal to include it in food or dietary supplements or products marketed as therapeutic products. Cannabidiol is only to be included in cosmetic products, and THC contained in CBD products should be less than 0.3%. Luckily, the Farm Bill also preserved the oversight of products derived from cannabis to the Food and Drug Administration. CBD is a non-psychoactive component, which means that it doesn’t cause the euphoric sensation or “high” generally associated with marijuana or cannabis.
Can CBD Stop Breast Cancer From Metastasizing? The worst stage of breast cancer is the last one. Once the cancer has metastasized and spread throughout the body, the end is near — and very, very painful. However, a new therapy that utilizes cannabidiol (CBD) is yielding promising results. By turning back the clock on invasiveness of late-stage breast cancer. Cannabis for breast cancer could be the breakthrough many women — and men — have been waiting for. In a 2007 study funded in part by National Institutes of Health, molecular biologists at the California Pacific Medical Center performed tests on human breast cancer cells that reveal how CBD could slow down and even halt the progression of the disease, even at its more virulent late-stage existence. For breast cancer sufferers, this is huge news. Despite the overwhelming public support of breast cancer patients and sky-high donations to specifically focused charities like the Susan G. Komen Foundation, breast cancer remains an insidious killer. The American Cancer Society says that the average American woman has a twelve percent chance of developing breast cancer in her lifetime. This is more than any other cancer besides skin cancer.