March 27, 2024 3-5PM ET

Wednesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:

With organic fields next door, conventional farms dial up the pesticide use, study finds – Research in California’s Kern County highlights a complex interaction between organic andconventional farms, revealing that the presence of organic fields leads to an increase in pesticide use by neighboring conventional farms. The study, analyzing data from 14,000 fields over seven years, suggests that conventional farmers might be responding to perceived or actual increases in pest threats by applying more pesticides. Interestingly, organic farms clustered together showed a reduction in pesticide usage, likely benefiting from mutual support and shared biological pest control practices. This phenomenon underscores the nuanced ecological dynamics at play and points towards the potential benefits of spatially clustering organic farms to mitigate negative impacts on pesticide use. The findings challenge the agriculture sector to consider more integrated approaches to land management that ensure the coexistence of diverse farming practices without inadvertently escalating pesticide dependency among conventional growers.

Special Guest Liana Werner Gray

Liana Werner-Gray is a Certified Nutritionist and three-time Best Selling Author of The Earth Diet, Cancer-Free with Food – foreword by Mark Hyman, MD., 10-Minute Recipes, and 10-Minute Recipes, publisher Hay House, Random House/Penguin. She is currently working on her latest book Anxiety-Free with Food set to release December 2020.

Liana overcame many health issues including a tumor, chronic fatigue, digestive issues, and weight loss with nutrition, and believes that food is medicine. Liana is the Resident Health and Nutrition Coach at Complete Wellness NYC, providing eating plans to patients where she works along side a team of expert providers.

Liana regular appears on television providing health tips and recipes including Doctors TV, Dr Oz, The Wendy Williams Show, News 12 NY, NBC, ABC News, CBS, and Fox television networks. She has also been interviewed for Forbes, Yahoo Beauty, Bustle, US Weekly Woman’s Own, Pop Sugar, iHeart Radio, WABC, Podcasts including Dr Gundry, Jim Kwik and Max Lugavere.

Chick-fil-A will stop using its ‘no antibiotics ever’ label on chicken – Chick-fil-A’s decision to retract its “no antibiotics ever” promise due to supply chain challenges represents a pivotal moment in the fast-food industry’s approach to sustainable and responsible sourcing. Initially pioneering the shift towards antibiotic-free poultry, Chick-fil-A now faces the complex realities of scaling up production while adhering to strict animal welfare and public health standards. This move has sparked a conversation about the feasibility of maintaining high-quality sourcing commitments amid rapid expansion and the evolving expectations from consumers for transparency and ethical practices in food production. The change raises critical questions about the future of antibiotic use in livestock and its implications for antibiotic resistance, consumer health, and the integrity of food quality assurances within the fast-food sector.

Hour 2

Exclusive: Nicole Shanahan Tells Newsweek Why She’s Running With RFK Jr. – In an exclusive interview with Newsweek, Nicole Shanahan detailed her political aspirations and reasonsfor joining forces with RFK Jr. in the political arena. Highlighting a shared commitment to addressing pressing issues like environmental degradation, public health crises, and the erosion of civil liberties, Shanahan’s insights reveal a deep-seated desire to bring about substantive policy change. The interview delves into the strategic vision behind their campaign, emphasizing the urgency of confronting environmental challenges, safeguarding public health, and restoring fundamental freedoms. Shanahan’s narrative underscores the campaign’s commitment to fostering a dialogue around these critical issues, reflecting a broader movement towards sustainability, equity, and justice in the political discourse.

Sunbathing for just ONE DAY may increase your risk of heart disease – and stop the body fighting infections, study suggests – A recent study presents alarming evidence that a single day of sunbathing may significantly increase the risk of heart disease and compromise the immune system’s ability to combat infections. This research contributes to the growing body of literature on the adverse health effects of excessive UV exposure, challenging the longstanding perception of sunbathing as a predominantly benign activity. The study suggests that the implications of sun exposure extend beyond the well-documented risk of skin cancer, potentially affecting cardiovascular health and immune function. These findings call for a reevaluation of public health guidelines regarding sun exposure, advocating for a balanced approach that weighs the benefits of vitamin D synthesis against the potential for acute and long-term health risks associated with sunbathing.

Abnormal Levels of Toxins Found in General Mills ‘LOADED’ Cereal: Report – Moms Across America’s testing of General Mills’ Trix LOADED cereal revealed significant levels of heavymetals and agrochemicals, including aluminum, cadmium, arsenic, lead, glyphosate, and pesticides. The study highlighted that two samples of the cereal contained residues from eight different pesticides, with two detected in higher amounts, potentially linked to health issues like liver problems, endocrine disruption, and cancer. The findings challenge General Mills’ commitment to regenerative organic agriculture, considering the harmful substances found in a product aimed at children. This report calls for immediate action towards sourcing safer ingredients and raises public awareness about the health implications of such contaminants in food.

Reused Deep-Frying Oil May Cause Neurodegeneration – A study has indicated that reused deep-frying oil may be linked to neurodegeneration. Researchers found that rats consuming reheated sesame and sunflower oils exhibited increased toxin accumulation in the liver, altered lipid metabolism, and decreased transport of the omega-3 fatty acid DHA, leading to neurodegeneration. This groundbreaking research suggests that the consumption of deep-fried foods, a staple in many diets, could have implications beyond their known metabolic disorders, raising concerns about the long-term effects on brain health and neurodegenerative diseases in humans.

Today on “Homeopathic Hits” featured on The Robert Scott Bell Show, we spotlight Condurango, derived from the “vine of the condor.”
Renowned for its supportive role in digestive health and as an aid in cancer care, particularly for stomach and esophageal conditions, Condurango offers a pathway to healing grounded in nature’s wisdom.
Join us as we explore the impactful benefits of this remarkable remedy.

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