Sep 25, 2019 3-5PM ET
Wednesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Special Guest Chris Barr!
Disease Has An Enemy – Its Name Is Selenium Are you concerned about getting cancer or any other life-threatening disease in your lifetime? Do you have a serious health challenge you’re dealing with but don’t know what to do naturally to help? Like millions, you probably take a handful of pills or capsules every day hoping to better your chances for survival and live longer. While there are many excellent products and essential nutrients to choose from that can definitely do great things for your health, none holds more promise for prevention and protec- tion than the trace mineral selenium. According to Barr, “…hands down selenium is unequivocally the most protective of all nutrients.”
In our last issue of CRUSADOR (Issue 36 May/June), we ran one of the best interviews we’ve ever published with Christopher Barr on the trace mineral chromium in a food grown state. In that interview, Barr stated that “the trace mineral chromium is the single most important nutrient discovered to date.” Everyone needs chromium because it is the most important nutrient required for blood sugar metabolism and al- most everyone is deficient in it.
In this very educational interview about selenium, you will be just as enlightened and encouraged as you discover what selenium can do for preventing disease and protecting your health.
Read more HERE
GTF Chromium, or Glucose Tolerance Factor Chromium, is the biologically active form of chromium in the body. Other than in the body, GTF chromium is found only in foods. There have been many attempts to isolate or synthesize GTF chromium; none have been successful. It has been proposed that GTF chromium is a complex of chromium, nicotinic acid and possibly the amino acids glycine, cysteine and glutamic acid. GTF chromium works closely with insulin to facilitate the uptake of glucose into cells. In individuals with impaired glucose tolerance, such as those with diabetes, hypoglycemia and obesity, supplementation with GTF chromium, the bioactive form, is of paramount importance. The utilization of GTF chromium from True Active™ FoodState® is further enhanced by the inclusion of the mineral-rich foods rice bran, kelp and dulse.
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Question of The Day
My father has been on blood pressure medication for many years (he’s now 66). For over a year we’ve been integrating some alternative/natural remedies including, just recently, hydrogen water! While his blood pressure has been consistently on the lower end of normal, he does have an occasional spike despite even the medication (140-150/85 or so). Ultimately we’d love to wean him off his “medicine” but don’t quite know how to safely do so. I’m, not asking for advice, but I am wondering what You would do if you were him! And also, are blood pressure drugs ever warranted??
Always appreciating you and Super Don!!
Hour 2 – vScienceBites With Dr. Sherri Tenpenny!
“Small bites you can remember
– to bite them in the behind”
vScience Bites Radio
small bites you can remember
to bite them in the behind
Date: September 26, 2019
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Influenza and Influenza Vaccines – PART 2
(full course available at www.VaccineU.com )
In Week 1 Review:
1. The Illness – remember how influenza differs from sinus infections – and how it is NOT “stomach symptoms!”
2. The History of the Influenza Vaccine – started in 1936. Today it is NOT a match; it’s man-made
3. The Vaccine ingredients: TritonX100, polysorbate80, gelatin, latex …and thimerosal.
We also looked at a few of hundreds of studies showing harm caused by flu shots. In fact, it’s the LARGEST section in the TRL.com
Today in Part 2, we’ll take a look at a few studies that show how flu shots cause harm:
March 7, 2019 – Journal: Vaccine – Abstract.
Post-licensure surveillance of Fluad, (VAERS), United States, July 2016–June 2018 https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264410X19301288
http://www.TenpennyResearchLibrary.com – has an entire PAGE on Fluad.
The trivalent influenza vaccine, Fluad, was approved in the United States in 2015 for adults aged ≥65 years and has been in use since the 2016–17 influenza season. It is the only vaccine that contains the Squalene-based adjuvant, MF59.
“VAERS received 630 reports after Fluad, of which 521 (83%) were in adults aged ≥65 years; 79 in persons <65 years and in 30 reports, the age was missing. Of these,19 reports were serious, including two deaths related to myocardial infarction and Sjogren’s syndrome.
The most common AEs reported in adults aged ≥65 years were injection site pain (21%) and erythema (18%), similar to the regular flu shot. Except for reports related to vaccination of inappropriate age (n = 79) and syringe malfunction (n = 6), data mining did not identify other disproportionately reported AEs.
I want to say a little about MF59 – back in July our vScienceBites were on PROBLEMATIC INGREDIENTS – but we really didn’t say anything specific about MF59. – SEE ARCHIVES AND SEE VaccineU.com for “problematic ingredients bundle”
How MF59 increases the production of antibodies remains unclear. We know that MF59 rapidly recruits macrophages, granulocytes and monocytes into the injection site. And we also know that MF59 changes the behavior of a cell by changing its lipid metabolism. AND we know that MF59 is capable of switching on at least 891 genes. It is the most potent activator of all adjuvants tested so far.
Even more frightening is that scientists don’t really know what these “activated genes” really do and cannot predict the long term effects of MF59 on humans – Each human has different genes and are different ages. Can these gene activations associated with a short or long term effect? Can this later result in demyelinating or autoimmune disease? No one seems to know and now one really seems to care.
July 26, 2013 – BMC Infectious Disease – FULL TEXT
Selection of an adjuvant for seasonal influenza vaccine in elderly people: modeling immunogenicity from a randomized trial https://bmcinfectdis.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1471-2334-13-348
Participants were randomized (~200 per group) to receive the influenza vaccine, Fluarix, that was given as a plain vaccine (non-adjuvanted) or formulated with eight different adjuvants: Squalene, Tocopherol oil-in-water, Adjuvant System (AS03C, AS03B or AS03A) PLUS the immune-stimulant MonoPhosphoryl Lipid A (MPL-A).
During the 21-day follow-up period, 19 participants reported 25 SAEs:
- Two participants (1 each in the AS03B and AS03B-MPL50 groups) withdrew from the study due to atrial fibrillation/ischemic stroke and myocardial infarction) that were not related to vaccination.
- One SAE (chest pain) was possibly causally related to vaccination, since the chest pain started on the day of vaccination (AS03B-MPL50).
- Between Days 21 and 179, 112 participants reported 134 SAEs. There were 4 fatal SAEs during this time, none of which were considered to be related to vaccination
- For systemic symptoms, between 30.9% and 57.1% of participants reported a symptom from vaccine groups,
- CONCLUSION: Five formulations containing AS03A or AS03B with or without MPL were considered to be potential candidates to improve immune responses to seasonal influenza vaccine in older adults.
Health officials: It’s time to give flu vaccine another shot The flu forecast is cloudy and it’s too soon to know if the U.S. is in for a third miserable season in a row, but health officials said Thursday not to delay vaccination. While the vaccine didn’t offer much protection the past two years, specialists have fine-tuned the recipe in hopes it will better counter a nasty strain this time around. “Getting vaccinated is going to be the best way to prevent whatever happens,” Dr. Daniel Jernigan, flu chief at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, told the Associated Press. Last year’s flu brought double trouble: A new strain started a second wave of illnesses just as the first was winding down, making for one of the longest influenza seasons on record. The year before that marked flu’s highest death toll in recent decades.
The MVI Spring 2019 course is closed for enrollment – Click here to sign up for Fall Open Enrollment, which is between Sept. 26 to Oct. 1, 2019
In Case you missed it, the 8-week course includes:
- 8 educational modules, released for view on Saturday each week
- 8 weeks of language training in a LIVE, Thursday night class
- Nearly 80 pdf articles from peer-reviewed and mainstream sources that are the references for the course
- Open communication board with Dr. Sherri and with Matt – and
- FACEBOOK PARTICIPATION IS OPTIONAL
What bonuses come with the course?
After enrollment, you will receive the following valuable bonuses, materials that you will refer back to for years to come:
Bonus #1: eBook by Dr. Tenpenny – “Sowing Seeds of Vaccine Information” – One of the themes discussed throughout the entire Boot Camp is the concept of sowing seeds. This eBook will be referred to over and over during your training and beyond.
Bonus #2: In addition to the eBook, we have created a beautiful powerpoint slide you can keep on your phone or your laptop to share the concept of “Sowing Seeds” with others
Bonus #3: As a bonus for the Fall 2018 Boot Camp Course, Matt put together a presentation called “Boundaries with Bullies.” For this Course, additional information has been added for a 30-minute training on “Setting Boundaries with Bullies.”
Bonus #4: After the Boot Camp course has concluded, you will have an opportunity to have an hour with Dr. Sherri Tenpenny in Reddit-style “Ask Me Anything” – you can ask personal questions or ask about alternative medicine or any questions you have about vaccines.
Bonus #5: Considering the current push toward mandatory vaccination, we are putting together a Bonus Mini-Course called “Counterpoints to the Anti-Vaccine WHO Playbook” – This mini-course will be a FULL presentation PLUS one-hour LIVE Zoom class and discussion. The dates will be scheduled after the conclusion of the course by polling all students to determine the most convenient week to schedule this Bonus Mini-Course. This course will later be available on VaccineU.com for $125 – but this is a FREE BONUS when you enroll in the Spring Boot Camp Course.
Bonus #6: All students will receive a GIFT COUPON for a module of their choice inside of VaccineU at $39 value!
So, there you have it – full detail about the course, full explanation about the bonuses.
Remember Friends, The Power to Heal is Yours!
More upcoming RSB events:
- The Truth About Cancer LIVE Oct 11-13 2019 Anaheim, CA
- Trinity Health Freedom Expo Oct 26-27 2019 Tinley Park, IL