February 27, 2024 3-5pm ET

Tuesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:


Egotistical researchers fueling a credibility crisis in science
A study from Linköping University in Sweden highlights a credibility crisis in the scientific community, revealing that researchers often perceive themselves and their fields as more ethical compared to their peers. This perception, based on a survey of over 33,000 Swedish researchers, suggests a widespread inability among scientists to recognize their own biases and weaknesses. The survey, which received over 11,000 responses, asked participants to rate their adherence to good research practices relative to colleagues and other research fields. Results showed that 55% of respondents considered themselves as ethical as or better than average, a statistical improbability. Particularly noted among medical researchers, this overestimation of one’s ethical standards could hinder interdisciplinary collaboration and slow scientific progress. The study, published in Scientific Reports, underscores the need for researchers to critically evaluate their ethical standards to maintain the overall credibility of the scientific world.

Special Guest Dr. Crisanna Shackelford

Dr. Crisanna L. Shackelford (Shack) is a dedicated proponent for We the People… Must have Choice. With over 32 years of combined Active Duty Navy and Department of Defense (DOD) Federal Service, she has dedicated her career to national security, intelligence, and strategic planning. Holding a Ph.D., her expertise spans topics from National Security and Public Policies to Nonlinear Warfare. Her extensive experience in national security and strategic planning has instilled in her a profound understanding of the importance of individual rights and freedoms. This understanding, coupled with her foresight into the interconnectedness of health crises and national security, led her to advocate passionately for medical freedom and informed decision-making. Holding steadfast to the belief that individuals must have the right to choose what goes into their bodies, Dr. Shackelford has become a powerful voice for the principle of personal autonomy and medical choice.

Following her self-imposed retirement from DOD due to the coercion and illegality of the injection (vaccine) mandates, she found an opportunity to work closely with Children’s Health Defense (CHD) on advocating for medical freedom and informed decision-making. Her dedication led her to work as a volunteer with other outstanding volunteers to help stand up the CHD Virginia Chapter, where she was honored to help play a role in ensuring all Virginians have access to tools and resources to defend human rights and freedoms. Dr. Shackelford’s commitment to advancing health and safety further led her to the CHD Fellowship program, where she served as the 2023 CHD Military Fellow. During her fellowship, she also helped to spearhead the establishment of the CHD Military Chapter, amplifying advocacy efforts for vaccine-injured veterans and service members. This role provided her with the opportunity to tie in her line “Our Children’s Health Crisis of Today becomes our National Security and Defense Readiness Crisis of Tomorrow,” and provide a nexus to the health of our children and our nation’s defense readiness.

Driven by her personal experiences and passion for advocacy, Dr. Shackelford founded Real Reactions, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing direct support to individuals affected by vaccine injuries. Real Reactions stands as a testament to her unwavering commitment to promoting medical freedom and empowering individuals to make informed decisions about their health. Through her multifaceted career and advocacy efforts, Dr. Shackelford continues to be a beacon of hope and change in the fight for individual rights and medical freedom.

Welcome to “Homeopathic Hits” on The Robert Scott Bell Show.
Today, we’re showcasing Calendula Officinalis, renowned for its superior wound healing and skin repair qualities.
This segment will detail the healing prowess of Calendula Officinalis across various applications.

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Living near pubs, bars and fast-food restaurants could be bad for heart health
A study published in Circulation: Heart Failure suggests that residing close to pubs, bars, and fast-food restaurants may increase the risk of heart failure. This research, conducted using data from the UK Biobank, analyzed over 500,000 adults in the United Kingdom, tracking nearly 13,000 heart failure cases over 12 years. The study found that proximity and density of ready-to-eat food outlets were linked to elevated heart failure risks. Specifically, living in areas with the highest density of such outlets correlated with a 16% greater risk of heart failure compared to those with no nearby ready-to-eat food environments. The risk was notably higher among participants without a college degree and those in urban areas lacking access to formal physical activity facilities. The findings highlight the potential health impacts of food environments and suggest that improving access to healthier food options and physical fitness facilities could mitigate heart failure risks.

Special Guests Antony Sammeroff and Dr. Megan Mankow 

Antony Sammeroff is a therapist who reversed his own skin conditions, food intolerances, anxiety and depression through natural health when mainstream doctors couldn’t help. Drawing from extensive study under leading experts in health and wellness, Antony has witnessed remarkable recoveries from seemingly insurmountable health conditions, including colitis, chronic fatigue, type 2 diabetes, and even cancer. Based on this experience, he believes infertility is a condition that can also be reversed with the right care. Often people get pregnant as a result of participating in a protocol like this one designed for Villa Natura.

Working in fertility clinics in Canada, Megan so often saw clients do more to achieve pregnancy by simply focusing on nourishing themselves, reducing stress, and utilizingthe Ancient Wisdom of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture to improve blood flow and the health of the reproductive system. It sounds simple, but with so much information out there it is hard to know what to prioritize. As a pelvic health and fertility expert, Megan recognizes the importance of community so you don’t feel alone in the pursuit of pregnancy, and you receive the proper education in the function of your body.


Healing the Infertility Epidemic
The article discusses the growing infertility epidemic, with as many as one in six couples failing to conceive, significantly impacting relationships and individuals’ dreams of starting a family. The author critiques the limited and often expensive medical interventions available through official channels, such as IVF and hormonal drugs, which do not address the root cause of infertility. Instead, the article emphasizes the importance of cellular health, arguing that all diseases, including infertility, derive from the condition of the body at the cellular level. It highlights the detrimental effects of nutritional deficiencies, toxic environmental exposure, and the need for sufficient blood and energetic flow to the reproductive system. The author advocates for a holistic approach to addressing infertility, including detoxification and nutritional support to create a healthy environment for conception. A Fertility Detox Retreat is introduced as a solution, offering a comprehensive program aimed at reversing infertility by focusing on overall health and well-being.

Kellogg’s CEO faces backlash for saying people should eat cereal for dinner to save money
Kellogg’s CEO Gary Pilnick has sparked controversy by suggesting that cash-strapped consumers consider eating cereal for dinner as a cost-saving measure. In an interview, Pilnick highlighted the affordability of cereal compared to other meal options, promoting it as a viable dinner alternative with the tagline “Give chicken the night off.” This advice comes at a time when Americans are experiencing a 26% increase in grocery expenses since 2020. Critics on social media have labeled the campaign as insensitive, pointing out the significant rise in cereal prices, which have jumped 28% since January 2020. Despite the backlash, Pilnick defended the campaign, stating that “Cereal for dinner” is trending among consumers facing financial pressures. The controversy underscores broader frustrations with food companies raising prices during the pandemic, with Kellogg’s itself implementing a 12% price increase in its latest fiscal year.

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