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Get ready to learn things not traditionally taught to medical doctors!
Some of the things you will hear Dr. Buttar and Robert talk about in this week’s show are:
- So wait, is breakfast not the most important meal of the day? This op-ed piece seeks to point out the flaws in studies and reports that have long touted the advice to eat first thing. Perhaps the most important thing to get out of this is, whenever you eat, make sure that it is what your body actually needs – nutritionally and proportionally!
- The FDA has been talking about changing it’s “definitions for health” recently, and has just released new standards for food labels that will now state how much “added sugar” a product contains.This can be helpful for consumers to distinguish between what’s naturally occurring in the food, i.e. pasta sauce – tomatoes – and what is added for flavor. However, this will mean a lot of work and money for the food manufacturers, not a big deal if they are large enough to foot the bill, but it’s this type of government regulation and paperwork that make it difficult for small-time farmers and producers to get their products to market. Something to consider as we learn to think, shop, and cook.
- The US Food and Drug administration (FDA) recently proposed a maximum limit for inorganic arsenic, after several rice cereals for infants and toddlers were shown to have alarming levels of the substance. Although the proposal would seem to be cause for celebration, the FDA’s suggestion trails behind the European Union’s food safety guidelines, and continues to allow unlimited toxic heavy metals to infest America’s food supply.
- Recent tests by the Portuguese No GMO Coalition showed that volunteers in the country had extremely high levels of glyphosate in their urine, placing their contamination rate well above that of many places in Europe.
- It is not just the mere presence of glyphosate that is setting off alarm bells; the levels noted were also disturbingly high. The EU limit for acceptable levels in drinking water is 0.1 ng/ml. The average glyphosate value found in the Portuguese volunteers’ samples was 26.2 ng/ml – a whopping 260 times higher than the maximum legal limit!
- U.S. researchers say they’ve developed a small, wearable health monitor they’re likening to the “Star Trek” tricorder. The flexible Chem-Phys patch can be worn on the chest and tracks biochemical and electrical signals in the human body. It then communicates all that wirelessly to a laptop, smartphone or smartwatch, said a team of engineers from the University of California, San Diego.
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