Sunday, May 1, 2011

Dr. Buttar, Advanced Medicine Monday, Conscious Eating, Raw Milk, GMO's, Autism, Vaishali & More on The Robert Scott Bell Show May 2, 2011

It’s Advanced Medicine Monday with Dr. Rashid Buttar! From conscious eating to conscious intention – Dr. Buttar and I will talk candidly about healing on many levels – including the power of prayer! Also, we’ll cover the controversy surrounding Poul Thorsen indicted for economic conflicts surrounding the Denmark study, which is often cited as proof that mercury/thimerosal does not cause autism. Balderdash. Let’s raise the veil of illusion, shall we? Let’s! Also, The 9 Steps to Keep the Doctor Away and Facts on Toxicity and and

How are GMO’s affecting your consciousness? It’s time to elevate the discussion. Vaishali returns with a candid and historic look at GMO food from the perspective of Ayurveda and ancient Chinese medicine.

Rome is burning, the Federal Government is broke and the FDA is using its multi-billion dollar budget to attack sellers of what?!? Raw milk. I kid you not.

Your calls to 1-866-939-BELL are flooding in. I’ll take another one on the subject of gastrointestinal health, this time in the 4 year old grandson of Elizabeth from Concord, North Carolina.

Do we really need an Interagency Working Group of federal nutrition, health, and marketing experts? They haven’t screwed up nutrition guidelines bad enough already?

What happens when you raise a calf on pasteurized milk instead of raw milk? (warning: images are graphic)

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