April 23, 2024 3-5PM ET

Tuesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:

‘Forever Chemicals’ Linked to Increased Mortality From Heart Disease, Kidney and Testicular Cancer: An Italian study has established a significant correlation between exposure to PFAS (perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances) and increased mortality rates due to cardiovascular diseases, kidney cancer, and testicular cancer. This comprehensive study, which is the first of its kind, analyzed the health outcomes of a population exposed to PFAS-contaminated water in northern Italy over several decades. The results underscore the urgent need for stringent regulatory measures to mitigate PFAS exposure, given its widespread use and persistence in the environment.

Opinion: Regulating ‘forever chemicals’ remains insufficient in safeguarding our health: Recent efforts by the EPA to regulate PFAS in drinking water arecriticized for being insufficient, as these measures address only a fraction of the over 12,000 known PFAS compounds. The opinion piece stresses the need for a more comprehensive approach to limit exposure from all sources, including consumer products and industrial applications. The pervasive nature of PFAS in daily life poses a significant risk, making stricter regulations crucial for public health protection.

Special Guest Virstyne Henry

Virstyne Henry is the author of Pain-Free Period Life, the ultimate guide to kicking cramps to the curb, and reclaiming your uterus with style! Armed with a perfect mix of wit, scientific expertise, and culinary prowess, Virstyne triumphed over the formidable foe of endometriosis, emerging victorious and eager to reveal her strategies to the world. For 14 years, Virstyne held court in the chaotic realm of education, wielding red pens like magic wands and inspiring students to reach for the stars. But wait, there’s more! Virstyne isn’t just a menstrual maverick, she is also half the brains behind Truther Talk a podcast about truth seeking. When she’s not investigating conspiracies, or showing off her dance moves, Virstyne enjoys indulging in her top three passions: chocolate, Vitamix blenders, and laughter. So, if you are ready to banish cramps, unveil conspiracies, and just share a smoothie and a giggle, Virstyne is your gal.Stay connected with her by following her Substack account, @Virstynehenry. You can find her book at www.Painfreeperiodlife.com and listen to her podcast at www.truthertalk.com.

Period Cramps and the Big Pharma Employee: The article recounts the author’s personal struggle with severe period cramps and her disillusionment with conventional medical treatments, which often prescribedineffective and side-effect-laden solutions like birth control. Her journey through the healthcare system left her frustrated and led to a crisis point before she decided to seek alternative natural remedies. This experience was reinforced by a chance encounter with a remorseful pharmaceutical employee, who expressed deep regret over the industry’s profit-driven motives, further motivating the author to explore natural health solutions. She ultimately found relief through natural methods and has written a book, “Pain-Free Period Life,” to help other women experiencing similar issues. The article criticizes the pharmaceutical approach to women’s health, particularly its focus on treatments that may impair fertility and cause other health issues, and presents a call to action against what the author views as a global agenda to control population growth through medical intervention.

Welcome back to “Homeopathic Hits” on The Robert Scott Bell Show.
Today, we’re exploring Uranium Nitricum, a homeopathic remedy derived from uranium nitrate.
Known for its significant role in managing diabetes symptoms such as excessive urination and thirst, as well as its effectiveness in addressing urinary tract disorders, Uranium Nitricum offers support for those dealing with metabolic and urinary challenges.

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Hour 2

Maker of POM Juice Is Second-largest Sprayer of Weedkiller Linked to Parkinson’s: The Wonderful Company, known for its POM pomegranate juice, is identified as the second-largest user of the herbicideparaquat in California, a chemical linked to Parkinson’s disease. Despite the company’s sustainability claims, its significant use of paraquat highlights the ongoing conflict between agricultural practices and health risks. This revelation is part of a broader discussion about the use of toxic chemicals in farming and their implications for consumer safety and public health.

Special Guest Robbie Stahl

Robbie Stahl is a distinguished Kinesiologist and exercise scientist with over 27 years of professional experience. His extensive background includes over 15,000 hours of dedicated research and academic study. He holds certifications as a Certified Specialist in Performance Nutrition and a Certified Specialist in Dynamic Movement Assessment. Robbie is an active member of the American College of Sports Medicine.
Robbie achieved early success by creating the number one strength and muscle gain system that was implemented by a national gym chain boasting over 700 trainers and 250,000 members. This accomplishment earned him the prestigious Trainer of the Year award at the age of 22.

Collaborating with high-level research teams and elite sports medicine practitioners worldwide, Robbie spearheaded the development of an anti-aging fitness system tailored specifically for individuals over the age of 50. One of Robbie’s many achievements includes leading a groundbreaking five-year study with a team of physiology and biomechanics professors. Through exhaustive meta-analysis research that spanned three decades and involved over a million test subjects, he identified the most effective solutions to counteract the negative effects of exercise. His findings ensure that individuals who engage in regular exercise can achieve optimal positive outcomes while minimizing common issues such as stiffness, pain, dysfunction, and injuries – all challenges associated with the human body, particularly as it ages.
Robbie has been called the human MRI because his processes enable him to see and fix the inner workings of body mechanics.

Why Are Cash Prices Lower Than Health Insurance Negotiated Prices?: A study reveals that cash prices for medical services, including routine procedures and trauma activations, are often lower than thosenegotiated by insurance companies. The findings suggest that insurance processes involve significant administrative complexities and misaligned financial incentives, which can lead to higher costs for insured patients. The article argues for a healthcare system where patients have more control over their healthcare spending, positing that such a system would encourage more cost-effective and patient-centered care practices.

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