November 1st, 2020 1-3PM ET
Sunday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Special Guest – John Hewlett – Cardio Miracle
The discovery of the function of nitric oxide which won the Nobel Prize in medicine gave humanity hope to conquer the deadliest disease on the planet. Scientist would soon learn nitric oxide not only regulates blood pressure and increases blood flow, but plays a vital role on the whole body system. The goal to change lives one person at a time became Cardio Miracle’s clarion call. To do this the founder, John Hewlett, embarked on a five year journey to produce the world’s finest nitric oxide supplement. Cardio Miracle’s commitment to excellence resulted in the formulation of the most effective defense against heart disease and to provide the best natural pathway to produce nitric oxide in the body. Cardio Miracle was designed to give the body an instant jolt of nitric oxide and then sustain the nitric oxide boosting effects for a 12 hour period. The highest quality ingredients were selected before this formula was put through rigorous laboratory testing to ensure efficacy, quality and sustained delivery. The end result is the most synergistic blend of mostly organic, bioavailable active ingredients.
Vitamin deficiencies linked to respiratory conditions, including COVID-19 Increasing vitamins A, E and D through diet changes or supplements reduces a person’s risk for breathing and respiratory conditions, including flu and COVID-19, a study published Tuesday by the journal BMJ Nutrition Prevention & Health found. People who consumed recommended amounts of the three key nutrients were less likely to develop the flu, colds, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and asthma, the data showed. Research has linked vitamin D, in particular, with boosting immune system function, and being deficient in the nutrient has been found to increase a person’s risk for severe COVID-19. Vitamins A, E and D — as well as vitamin C — are all considered micronutrients, meaning they are needed in relatively small doses to live. “Nationally representative data continue to remind us that micronutrient deficiencies are far from a thing of the past, even in higher income nations,” Sumantra Ray, executive director of the NNEdPro Global Center for Nutrition and Health in England, where the research was conducted, said in a statement. “Despite this, micronutrient deficiencies are often overlooked as a key contributor to the burden of malnutrition and poor health, presenting an additional layer of challenge during the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Ray, who was not directly involved in the study.
Beetroot peptide as potential drug candidate for treating neurodegenerative and inflammatory diseases MedUni Vienna’s Institute of Pharmacology isolated a peptide (a small protein molecule) from beetroot. The peptide is able to inhibit a particular enzyme that is responsible for the breakdown of messenger molecules in the body. Due to its particularly stable molecular structure and pharmacological properties, the beetroot peptide may be a good candidate for development of a drug to treat certain inflammatory diseases, such as neurodegenerative and autoimmune diseases. The peptide that occurs in the roots of beetroot plants belongs to a group of molecules that plants use inter alia as a chemical defense against pests such as bacteria, viruses or insects. “By analyzing thousands of genomic data points, our team was able to define a number of new cysteine-rich peptides and assign them phylogenetically in the plant kingdom. In this process, our attention was drawn to a possible function as so-called protease inhibitors. The beetroot peptide can therefore inhibit enzymes that digest proteins,” explains Gruber. The beetroot peptide specifically inhibits prolyl oligopeptidase (POP), which is involved in the breakdown of protein hormones in the body and is therefore able to regulate inflammatory reactions. POP is a much-discussed drug target for neurodegenerative and inflammatory diseases, such as Alzheimer’s and multiple sclerosis, for example. “This means that, in future studies, this group of plant peptides called knottins, such as those found in beetroot, could potentially provide a drug candidate for treating these diseases.”
Hour 2 – Special Guest Curtis Cost
My name is Curtis Cost and I am the author of the book: Vaccines Are Dangerous – A Warning to the Global Community. My book provides the medical facts, statistics and references which expose the lies and misleading information regarding vaccines. Read the book and spread the word!
Mr. Cost holds a BA from Vassar College and an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. He has worked in corporate sales, marketing research, and management. He is the author of <I>What Is Safe Sex In The Age of AIDS?</I> for which he was nominated the best new author of the year by the National Black
Achievement Awards. He is also the author of the first edition of <I>Vaccines Are Dangerous</I>. Mr. Cost has been interviewed on Tony Brown’s Journal, The Gary Byrd Show, The Gary Null Show as well as by publications such as Ebony Magazine, The Amsterdam News, The Daily Challenge, The New York Times, and The Village Voice.
In his new book, Vaccines Are Dangerous A Warning to the Global Community 2nd Edition, Mr. Cost exposes the misinformation that has been told to the general public regarding vaccines by showing the contradictions in the medical establishment’s own literature. He encourages parents and others to do some research before taking any vaccine.
Curtis Cost—Q&A with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Health Freedom Advocates Recently, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr sat down with Curtis Cost, activist and author of “Vaccine are Dangerous,” and a panel of health freedom advocates including Agneta Wilson, a humanitarian and activist from Sweden and CHD Board Members Alix Meyer and Kristina Kristin, to discuss a wide range of topics including coronavirus, vaccine safety, pharmaceutical greed, and more.
Will I or won’t I? Scientists still haven’t figured out free will, but they’re having fun trying Social media algorithms, artificial intelligence, and our own genetics are among the factors influencing us beyond our awareness. This raises an ancient question: do we have control over our own lives? This article is part of The Conversation’s series on the science of free will. In 1983, American physiologist Benjamin Libet conducted an experiment that became a landmark in the field of cognitive sciences. It got psychologists, neuroscientists, and philosophers either very excited or very concerned. The study itself was simple. Participants were connected to an apparatus that measured their brain and muscle activity, and were asked to do two basic things. First, they had to flex their wrist whenever they felt like doing so. Second, they had to note the time when they first became aware of their intention to flex their wrist. They did this by remembering the position of a revolving dot on a clock face. The brain activity Libet was interested in was the “readiness potential,” which is known to ramp up before movements are executed. Libet then compared the three measures in time: the muscle movement, the brain activity, and the reported time of the conscious intention to move. He found both the reported intention to move and the brain activity came before the actual movement, so no surprises there. But crucially, he also found brain activity preceded the reported intention to move by around half a second.
Question of The Day!
Thank you for bringing some sanity to me in this crazy world. My question is I got really sick in December (I’m in Canada), it was the symptoms of Corona however according to our government “it ” wasn’t here yet. Whatever it was I don’t want to get that sick again. I have been spending 2020 getting healthy, I am currently doing FODMAP for my IBS with great results. As well as the Wim Hof Breathing and yoga The supplements I’m on are Multi Vitamin, Red Reishi, Ashwaganda, Zinc, oregano oil, I do the silver with aloe, and Vitamin D. What other supplements should I take?