Watch The Water, COVID origins, Snake Venom, Paul Barattiero, Anti-oxidant water, ECHO water options, Born vegetarian, Protect your grocery budget, Liberty gardens, Mask mandates returning, Allergy relief, Heavy metal detox, The power of kindness and MORE!

April 12th, 2022 3-5PM ET

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World Premiere: Watch The Water The plandemic continues, but its origins are still a nefarious mystery. How did the world get sick, how did Covid really spread, and did the Satanic elite tell the world about this bioweapon ahead of time? Dr. Bryan Ardis ( has unveiled a shocking connection between this pandemic and the eternal battle of good and evil which began in the Garden of Eden. In this Stew Peters Network exclusive, Director Stew Peters, award-winning filmmaker Nicholas Stumphauzer and Executive Producer Lauren Witzke bring to light a truth satan himself has fought to suppress. Visit to learn how to protect you and your loved ones during this biological war.

Special Guest – Paul Barattiero!

Why Is Antioxidant Water So Important?

The Problem

In each of our bodies, we have cell damaging activity happening on a daily basis. This is something that neither you nor I can stop from occurring in the body. But it is something we can battle with hydrogen.
A by-product of the ATP production process or fuel generation process in the cell is the creation of oxidative stress. This is a part of life and can’t be helped. When this process goes unchecked, then the body is unable to balance the damage being done on a cellular basis.

It’s kind of like if the police decided to go on vacation and never come back, chaos and crime would terrorize the city…. Sadly this happens too often in our bodies where the oxidative stress is left unchecked and able to run rampant in our bodies.

Due to our physiological design, our bodies should be able to fight this naturally. However, We have disrupted and damaged this process to the point of no return in many individuals. With the pollutants in our environments, misunderstood dieting, poor water quality, and excess stress in our lives, cancer and disease is increasingly on the rise.

It’s an epidemic.

The Solution: Antioxidant Water

Luckily, we have taken the time, spent the money, and found the solution. The body fights oxidative
stress with hydrogen. After studying the body and how it tries to fight oxidative stress with hydrogen, we found that it did so through a special and unique relationship with bacteria in the gut and body. This special microflora or bacteria creates hydrogen as a byproduct of fermentation and food breakdown inside the gut. Instead of reinventing the wheel and trying to find a new version of this, we came up with a way to create hydrogen and dissolve it into water for easier access to the body.
We call it, Echo® H2 Water.

As you drink our water, you are flooding the body with millions upon millions of molecules of hydrogen each day. You are providing the body with the tools necessary to combat oxidative stress and get the body back into balance. This is the ultimate solution in hydration and oxidative stress combat.

Are we born vegetarian? Children less likely to see farm animals as food The morality of eating cheeseburgers, steaks, and everything in between is a controversial topic. Many abstain completely from meat in their diet out of empathy for animals, while others see nothing wrong with visiting a steak house on a Saturday night. Now, new research is accounting for age in the meat-morality debate. Scientists report children generally consider eating meat as less morally acceptable than adults. Study authors add that these findings provide some clarity to the long-standing question of whether or not humans are naturally born with the mental processes that justify eating meat. This study suggests we are not. While this certainly isn’t the first study to investigate meat-eating tendencies in people, this latest project notes for the first time ever that this “meat-eating perspective” typically develops somewhere between 11-years-old and adulthood. “Our findings suggest we need to consider how we talk to children about humans’ relationship with non-human animals,” says lead study author Luke McGuire of the University of Exeter in a media release. “Children are motivated to consider harm against the natural world, including animals, and as such we might want to consider beginning these discussions about food decisions early in life.”

Hour 2

Protect your grocery budget from inflation, price surges The rising cost of living brought on by inflation has led many Americans to grow their own food. However, home gardening was booming worldwide, and the trend was happening long before the pandemic. A new survey by Garden Pals, a community for gardeners, found that 42% of Americans have begun growing their own produce. If you think your green thumb is good enough to replace some of your trips to the grocery store, you’re not alone. Two-thirds of Americans said they would have no problem growing their food, according to the survey. In addition, more than 60% said they could live off the land if they had to. In 2021, the coronavirus pandemic created 18.3 million new gardeners, most of whom were millennials, according to the survey. So, will gardening save you money? According to the 2021 National Garden Association report, it can yield $600 of produce a year. Of course, there are risks that pests and other factors could impact your harvest, but overall most people found it was a net saving. Tomatoes, potatoes and cucumbers are the most popular products people are growing, likely because they all grow well in a small garden or indoors.

Liberty Gardens Every American who can plant a “Liberty Garden” this year should do so. Akin to the “Victory” Gardens planted during the world wars, Liberty Gardens increase production of healthy foods in uncertain times, rendering individuals less dependent on markets that governments may distort, deliberately or out of simple stupidity. The last few years have been crazy and could get worse, much worse. Perhaps all will return to normal and your thumb will prove more brown than green, but all that will have been wasted is a little time and money. In another scenario, even modest garden produce, perhaps combined with wild game meat, will help you and yours to survive next winter. If prices continue to rise, and my call for private COLAs goes unheeded, increasing numbers of Americans will face difficult choices between buying food, gasoline, or home heating oil. Few people can produce their own fuel, but many can grow some delicious, nutritious fruits and veggies in their own yards and window boxes. Given that this is a major election year, another risk looms, that of price controls. In the early 1970s, the Republican Nixon administration tried to combat inflation with price caps, which predictably led to widespread shortages of “everything but money.” If Republicans half a century ago were daft enough to mandate prices, you best believe Democrats today will not hesitate to do so if they think that it might garner them a single net vote. You might have to wait in line at the pump but at least, with a little effort and patience, you can chomp on a carrot from your own garden while waiting to return home (the temperature of which you might be able to keep at 50 degrees in the winter and 90 in the summer thanks to price control-induced shortages).

White House may extend mask mandate for planes and public transit, Covid czar says The U.S. government may extend the federal mask mandate for public transportation, including planes, trains, buses, airports and transit hubs, Ashish Jha, the White House’s new Covid czar, told NBC’s “TODAY” show on Monday. The mandate is set to expire next Monday, April 18. “This is a CDC decision and I think it is absolutely on the table,” Jha said, adding that the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, “is going to make her decision based on the framework that the CDC scientists create, and we’ll make a decision collectively based on that.” The mask requirement has been extended several times since it went into effect in February 2021. Before that, mask wearing on planes and trains was strongly recommended but not federally mandated. Jha said Walensky is “working on developing a scientific framework” that would determine whether to prolong the rule. “We’re going to see that framework come out, I think, in the next few days,” he added. The mask mandate’s expiration looms as the BA.2 omicron subvariant, which accounted for about 72 percent of U.S. cases as of last week and is more contagious than the original omicron variant, is driving up cases in states like Arizona, Nebraska and New York. Philadelphia announced Monday that it would reinstate its indoor mask mandate next week after cases rose more than 50 percent in the last 10 days.

18 supplements for Allergy Relief and Prevention Last week, I offered my top ten tips for beating spring allergies. This week, I’m arming you with the supplements you need to keep the sniffling, sneezing, and watery eyes at bay. Most often when seasonal allergies strike, we reach for the Claritin or the Allegra, but you can save yourself a trip to the pharmacy with these natural allergy-busters. If possible, get a jump on allergies by starting supplementation early, before symptoms begin. With the right intervention, you can stop the allergic cascade before it gets out of control. Here’s to a healthy, allergy-free spring!

Comment of The Day!

Sorry to hear that Google is messing with you!
They’re messing with us, too, financially.
They charge extortionate rates to play their addictive video games. Even frail, elderly pensioners!

Question of The Day!

What do you recommend as the best heavy metal detox?

The power of kindness in improving brain health Kindness is powerful and does not just affect the recipient’s feelings—kindness can also impact an entire family’s brain health. A cross-disciplinary team of researchers and clinicians from Center for BrainHealth at The University of Texas at Dallas sought to understand whether an online kindness training program improves preschooler’s prosocial behaviors and their parents’ resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic. The findings were published recently in Frontiers in Psychology by BrainHealth researchers Maria Johnson, MA, director of Youth & Family Innovations; Julie Fratantoni, Ph.D., and head of operations for The BrainHealth Project; Kathleen Tate, MA, clinician; and Antonia Moran, a graduate student at UT Dallas. The team discovered that teaching and practicing at home improves both parents’ resilience and children’s empathy. The researchers studied the impact of an online kindness training program, adapted from the curriculum of Children’s Kindness Network, founded by Ted Drier, on 38 mothers and their 3- to 5-year-old children. The program, “Kind Minds with Moozie,” features five short modules where a digital cow (“Moozie”) describes creative exercises that parents can do with their kids to teach kindness.

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