April 29, 2024 3-5PM ET

Monday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:

The Numbers Favor Our Side: Advocates for human liberty and freedom of speech are significantly more numerous than the elites controlling the narrative through captured organizations. Despite powerfulinstitutions wielding control over media and policy, a substantial number of citizens—tens of millions—oppose their authoritarian agendas. This article underscores the importance of mobilizing this silent majority in the fight against restrictive measures and misinformation. It highlights the influence of alternative media and independent journalists in shaping public opinion and suggests that the collective power of informed citizens can challenge and potentially overcome the dominance of established powers.

Should Bioplastics Be Allowed in Organic Compost?: The USDA is reviewing a proposal to allow biodegradable synthetic food packaging as a component of certified organic compost. Organic farmers, such as Steve Ela, express concerns about potential contaminants like microplastics and the integrity of organic labels. The proposal aims to facilitate food waste diversion from landfills and enhance compostable packaging markets, aligning with broader environmental goals. However, many in the organic farming community fear this could compromise soil health and undermine organic farming principles.

Why Conflicts Of Interest May Not Be As Bad As You Think (And Besides, We All Have Them): This article challenges the conventional view of conflicts ofinterest in healthcare, suggesting that individuals with such conflicts might actually offer valuable insights due to their deep engagement with specific issues. It argues that dismissing the contributions of those with financial interests in healthcare can lead to a loss of expert perspectives crucial for effective policy and innovation. The author advocates for a balanced approach, recognizing both the potential biases and the unique knowledge that conflicted individuals can contribute to the field.

Cakes and drinks sweetener neotame can damage gut wall, scientists find: Recent research highlights significant health risks associated with the sweetener neotame, commonly found in cakes, soft drinks, and chewing gum. According to the study by Anglia Ruskin University and Jahangirnagar University, neotame can severely damage the gut’s structural integrity, leading to conditions like irritable bowel syndrome, insulin resistance, and potentially fatal sepsis. These findings reveal neotame’s detrimental effects on gut bacteria and the intestinal wall, emphasizing the need for cautious consumption and further scrutiny of this and similar artificial sweeteners in our diets.

Comment of The Day!

Hi Robert and Super Don,
There’s a really good documentary on YouTube- In Cold Blood- Infected Blood Scandal.
How evil the NHS is!! Maybe you can do a show on your input and bring it to the attention of your viewers. Love your show!!
If you goggle how to say Nada in Russian you’ll hear how to say my name 😊

Welcome back to “Homeopathic Hits” on The Robert Scott Bell Show.
Today, we’re focusing on Verbascum, a homeopathic remedy derived from the mullein plant.
Known for treating ear infections and respiratory ailments, Verbascum utilizes mullein’s natural anti-inflammatory properties to alleviate pain and congestion.

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Hour 2

Nearly 10,000 chemicals leaching from plastic containers into food, alarming study reveals: Research from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology exposes a critical health hazard with plasticfood containers, revealing that they can leach up to 10,000 different chemicals into food. These substances are linked to significant health issues, including hormonal disruptions and metabolic disorders, which can lead to obesity, diabetes, and reduced fertility. This study underlines the critical need for global policy changes concerning the use of plastics in food packaging, calling for safer alternatives and stricter regulations to protect public health.

5 Ways To Reduce Your Microplastics Exposure In The ‘Plasticene’ Era: As microplastics become ubiquitous in the environment, posing potential health risks, effective strategies for reducing exposure are essential. Key recommendations include avoiding heating food in plastic containers, opting for glass or stainless steel storage, choosing clothing and personal care products that do not contain plastics, frequent cleaning of living spaces to remove plastic particles, and careful consumption of seafood, which often contains microplastics. Adopting these practices can significantly diminish personal microplastic intake and contribute to broader environmental health efforts.

Stop Canadian Supplement Restrictions Coming to the US: The Alliance for Natural Health USA is actively opposing Senator Dick Durbin’s proposal to regulatedietary supplements in the United States similar to the stringent controls in Canada. This proposed legislation could result in fewer choices and higher prices for supplements, echoing the Canadian model that requires pre-market approval for these products. Critics argue this approach has led to reduced innovation and the closure of smaller supplement companies in Canada. The article emphasizes the need for public action to prevent these restrictive measures, which could drastically limit access to a wide range of effective natural health products in the U.S.

Research shows ‘profound’ link between dietary choices and brain health: Research conducted by the University of Warwick and published in Nature Mental Health has established a strong correlation between diet and brain health. The study, which analyzed the dietary habits of 181,990 UK Biobank participants alongside their cognitive function and various health metrics, reveals that a balanced diet is crucial for optimal brain function and mental wellness. It underscores the impact of dietary choices on cognitive abilities and emotional health, promoting a balanced diet as essential for enhancing brain health and mitigating the risks associated with poor nutrition.

How What You Eat May Change Your Unborn Children’s Genes — and Affect Their Health: The field of nutritional epigenetics provides compelling evidenceon how a person’s diet, along with their parents’ and grandparents’ diets, impacts genetic expression across generations. Historical instances like the Dutch Hunger Winter, coupled with contemporary research, show that dietary habits can induce epigenetic changes that influence susceptibility to various diseases, including obesity and diabetes, in offspring. This research highlights the significant, long-lasting implications of dietary choices, suggesting that healthy eating habits are not only beneficial for individuals but also crucial for the health of future generations.

Welcome back to “Detox Dialogs” on The Robert Scott Bell Show, where we explore effective natural therapies for detoxification.
Today, we’re turning up the heat on a modern detox method that uses ancient principles of warmth and sweating: Infrared Saunas.
This guide will give you a comprehensive look at how infrared saunas work, their health benefits, and considerations for use.

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