Aug 14, 2018 7-9PM ET
Tuesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
The US Health Freedom Conference Continues!
Who Is the National Health Freedom Coalition?
Question of The Day!
Dear, Robert! My 7 y.o. son bumped his head with other boy in PE three weeks ago. As a result has a 6 cranial nerve palsy and double vision. Can silver help him? I start to give him it three days ago and also using it for his nasal mucous. Should I use silver in his affected eye. How long should I give him the silver? Any other suggestions?!
Special Guest Generation Z’s Cassidy Albrecht!
Cassidy stops by to talk to us about the younger generation and their perspectives on health freedom.
Study: Millennials are most interested in fresh and healthy foods More than any other shopper segment, millennials — a generation that grew up with the internet — make a habit of sharing their sentiments via social media. This kind of online data and information can be of enormous value to brand marketers and retailers in understanding shopper preferences and attitudes. More importantly, acting on it can develop marketing and merchandising approaches — both in-store and online — that resonate with different shopper groups. Some have wondered if grocers’ focus on millennial spending and shopping habits are overblown, but this CBD Marketing study shows just how much this demographic is shaping the retail space. The research provides a wealth of insights on millennial shopper sentiments and food-buying behavior based on the analysis of 8.6 million food-related and 2.2 million beverage-related posts.
How millennials are changing the food industry Millennials are dramatically disrupting the way food is produced, packaged, marketed and served. As a highly vocal group, millennials have given food producers little option but to listen to their demands, resulting in changes to not only food choices, but farming techniques and restaurant services as well. These changes have reverberated throughout the food industry, creating a food landscape vastly different from the one experienced by millennials’ parents. Millennials have altered what it means for food to be healthy. While older generations may have contented themselves with vague “low-fat” or “healthy” labels, millennials have higher expectations, especially when it comes to GMOs. While it’s estimated that 70 percent of processed foods contain GMOs, more than 60 percent of millennials want non-GMO food options, and 68 percent pay more for organic products. It’s likely that demand for these products will only increase, and the food industry is becoming more transparent in order to meet this demand.
Hour 2 – Special Guest David Stephan!
Facts surrounding the actual events that took place respecting Ezekiel’s final days have been recovered through FOIP requests. On May the 15th 2018 The Supreme Court of Canada unanimously voted to overturn the wrongful convictions of David and Colette Stephan. In spite of this the mainstream media has continued to promote fabrications and outright lies about events that took place in the courtroom and days prior to Ezekiel’s passing. We have been approached by individuals who know some of the jury members. We have been informed that the jury had significant pressure placed on them for a guilty verdict as a result of the public pressure created by the media misrepresentations. We are working with lawyers to draft bills that if passed on the provincial and federal level will levy steep fines against reporters ($100,000.00 per offence), and media outlets ($1,000,000.00 per offence), where they are found to have fabricated evidence, misrepresented the facts where they had the ability to access the truth or where a story is blatantly biased in a way that creates damage to an individual or group. Our journalists and reporters are protected under laws that place them at the same level as a judge or officer of the court. They need to be held to a higher standard. We expect more of them than what they have done in this case. READ MORE HERE
Lawyers discuss new trial date for Collet and David Stephan, charged in death of son Lawyers for the Crown anddefence have not yet been able to find a four-week period to retry David and Collet Stephan in the death of their son. Defence counsel Karen Molle, who acts for David Stephan, told court Monday she and defence lawyer Heather Ferg have been able to find a two-week period for pre-trial motions with Crown prosecutor Britta Kristensen. But Molle told Court of Queen’s Bench Justice Dallas Miller they haven’t been able to settle on a four-week block to have a retrial before a jury. Molle also told Miller they are in talks to possibly re-elect to a judge alone trial, which would shorten the length of the new hearing.
Question of The Day!
Ty Bollinger mentioned you have a healing formula of colloidal silver and aloe vera to heal leaky gut.
Can you please send me the link to this?
Remember Friends, The Power to Heal is Yours!
More upcoming RSB events:
- Cancer Prevention Convention Sun Aug 19, 2018 Dearborn MI
- The Trinity Conference, September 22-23, 2018, Schaumberg, Illinois! Dearborn MI
- International Integrative Healthcare and Holistic Iridology Congress Oct 19-22 2018 Orlando FL
Stay tuned as the calendar is updated for more exciting events and opportunities to meet RSB!