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"george chaplin" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

13:25 min | 3 years ago

"george chaplin" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"John so many things to talk with you about. But I want to pick your brain again about your book the starch solution. I mean, this is contrary to what so many other dietitians say tell us about this. I mean, you say, you know, eat potatoes rice pasta, and you'll be fine. Go ahead. Well know, I think the opportunity up. It's a very simple thing that people can prove themselves, whether they're religious followers, whether they're epidemiologists saw geographers historians. It doesn't make any difference. If you look back over human history. What you find is that all large successful populations of people have a pain 'cause they're Keller's starch. Well, we're talking about here, obviously examples like, for example, the aspects Mayans were noticed that people. The corn corn for thirteen centuries. They fought battles. They competed athletic events. They reproduce children for thirteen hundred years on a diet based on corn. You look at the Incas. There's a population that lived up potatoes when they went the bevelled, and they took key wa because it was like, Jerry, particularly Asian. So even in our memory, George ninety percent of the diet of an Asian typically, we think of as rice, that's right? And we could go online there's an undeniable historical epidemiological fact that no one can get around. And that is that all large successful populations of people throughout all of their fiber history. Have a paid the bulk of their calories from starch? So why all of a sudden have we become carnivores? You know, why have what we all of a sudden become off divorce? They could eat any basically anything, you know there. There is a diet. That's that's who's people cod trade what a lot of people associated with the. My name that doesn't necessarily have to be vegan diet is a matter of fact, I go to great effort to tell people that I'm not of the what I do is. I tell people this should have paid the bulk of their calories starch how much well typically before nineteen eighty ninety percent of their diet with white rice ninety percent of the food. White rice. Terrible terrible. Excuse me. White rice it okay for the Japanese during World War Two. And in Vietnam. The rice eaters. Made notable challenge our power didn't they so, you know, you can't stand back and deny all of history all geography all of religious teachings, and basically all the sides and go and say that we are supposed to have died. A breed butter and cheese. Oh, how how does science go against what you say in until people? You know, if you're pre diabetic stay away from rice, and pastas and all this stuff. Totally contrary to what you're saying. Why do they do this? Well, it's also contrary to what the research says the basic research was done before the nineteen eighties. When we had researchers such guy names of Percival hymns with the basic studies on the effect of food on blood or his project. Yaw surely Sweeney, nineteen twenty seven publishes results on its medical students where he took healthy medical students, and he said a diet that was very high in fat, and they became all the became diabetic. And then he said diet that was like eighty ninety percents sugar, and they all remain non diabetic so hymns worth he published. I mean, this is the father diabetes, he publishes work in the British medical journal as best and finest article in nineteen forty the debate over then in nineteen forty when he made his publication hymns worth did. But. Yup. For most of the reasons all them economical somehow the truth, it's been lost. I'll have to say George since nineteen eighty which a lot of things happen. Then we had CNN news worldwide. News dissemination of information and probably several things happened in nineteen eighty but in nineteen eighty the food industry figured out that they had to fight hard to maintain their position. And this is based largely upon what happened in nineteen sixty four which is when listened Terry the surgeon general the United States with the surgeon report on the smoking health. He basically Luther Terry single handedly put tobacco industry out of business in the US. We went from smoking population of half the people who are twenty percent of the people in the US now smoke the food industry. I saw this happen to be alcohol and tobacco. And they said it never happened. Them. So what they started doing in the nineteen eighties. Starting buying the research. They bought the researchers, and they bought them with contracts stipulated that they wouldn't be allowed to publish the data and less the funding company approved the results. I mean, that's how they started out. They sent their lobbyists. They sent their money. They did everything they could not end up like big tobacco and sad to say, George. They have one to date. They shouldn't have won because the nineteen seventy seven the dietary goals put up George McGovern, which again was the Waterloo is the food industry. It was the time when everything's changed did with big tobacco. But it did not know at the in fact, they were smart enough the food industry, of course, they're far bigger than the tobacco all industries. They were smart enough. And they realize the threat was so serious that they had to put every possible effort behind keeping the product selling even to the point of lying to the public. Which brings us to the topic that I hope excited you in terms of heaven again on guest, which I very much appreciate. And that's the subject of Johnson Johnson beat sued over baby powder. That you were the whistle blower. How did that happen? Well, let me tell you I established the importance many listeners may have let this piece of news go by so many horrible things happening in the world today. This is just a minor one. It may Johnson Johnson company out of business. So the protections are as high as forty seven billion dollars as I lost. Well, just consider last year. Twenty two women filed a lawsuit which resulted in I four point bay dollar award. Yeah. Twenty two women who sue Johnson's Johnson. Last year got twenty two billion dollars or four four point seven million dollars in losses. Well, collie expose. This a rather innocent thing, I was just finishing residency training. Hawaii was at the John burns school of medicine and a lot of newspaper articles be published at that time about the aspects in the school room walls, and how the workers shipyard workers during. World War Two were exposed to specis and all the sickness, Bob. The lung cancer is called speedy almost you'll bear in Kansas, stomach, cancers, etc. They were terribly long. So what I did as an innocent young doctor is I wrote a letter to the editor of the hot a little advertisers star-bulletin. And I said, why are you so upset about the school room walls, and the shipyard workers when every day in the state of Hawaii people are eating a million pounds tons. I have no idea. What the correct figure is of aspect is every day, tell coated rice now, George I waited for a month for that letter to the drill here, and it never appeared. So I called social editor. And I said we're toil. He said what we've upset people. Justice which we don't believe is true, by the way. So anyway, I got off the phone. I call George Chaplin who had to be the editor for advertisers star bulletins that time and shorts. I started having the simple conversation. Finally got around to me asking him a very important question are you on newspaper. What is your job is it defense businesses or to defend the people who white and George Chaplin, Mr. chaplain? He agreed that they weren't fulfilling their duties newspaper. In other words, telling both sides of the story. So what they did next George is. They got the rice industry side of the story. And this is what's always done. You get somebody who tries to tell the truth. Even if he's a maverick even because degree with these stablishment, and what they do is the dairy industry into street or car industry, tobacco user, whatever. They get to spin doctors working again a game upon them. Yeah. Really? They just have all the resources they have the money. All we have is true success. So what they did is they published? Article. I ask producers to put that that are up. It was in the nineteen seventy eight I have a copy not saved by the from the fire Georgia had to get it from the advertisers. Right. Well, they still had they had they are. So I asked producers to put that out go up where there's a debate over aspect being Intel core rice, and they brought in the rights company telling you know, basic saying, I was a liar. I was uninformed, etc. You know, the usual contra attack. So I would act Mr. chaplain. And I said, you know, even though you're a newspaper you try to be fair. You haven't told the truth he says, well you prove that there's bestest in the rice in Hawaii. See what they do is to make quite rights. You have to pick the Colonel off. So you turn about rice into white rice? And that lease it volatile to vermin which eat up the white, right? So to protect the rice from deterioration from bowls, etc. What they do called it with glucose. And so what people don't realize which Johnson's lawsuit is brought out and most of the attorneys that have been out of the defense side. Pointed out, so you cannot mind tell without mine enough Justice and baby powder is talcum powder. So the way it works is this is the mineral is actually they'd be better off, by the way with cornstarch wouldn't they well probably the glucose, the both chemically both of the same one of the more form, which is called tell the other is the fibers form, which is called specis. You cannot mind help without mining aspect. Is matter of fact, they estimate fibers particles in every tiny bit of consumed now the hope anyway. I had to prepare a starving resit making twelve thousand dollars a year. And I had to prove that it was as best as on the in the Tel on the rice in Hawaii. So I hired by higher 'cause there couldn't afford them. But they were willing to volunteer the services three independent laboratories they went to very stores in Hawaii and bought rice in every single sample. They found aspects in huge guard. Now, they printed that in a second article. I sent to your producers if they so choose what put it up on your website, which is by the way, next website, put up by your website. So they can see these articles written but the bottom line. This is whole thing. Georgia's this within a year. You could no longer by tell coated rice. I remember this is forty one years ago was this all over the country just Hawaii that they're selling this stuff. This is the end line of the story within a year that you could no longer buy telco to rice in Hawaii, California or Puerto Rico. They never were tell coated rice disappeared from the marketplace in nineteen eighty one year after I wrote the article now, it's says in the lawsuits against us Johnson. Does they've known for forty years about the presence of specis Intel. It's always there. It's never not. They've known about that for forty years. And they've lied about it. They covered it up. It's the danger. And now they're paying a price. Let's say the stock market, which is most interesting. What's going on says, it's losses to Johnson and Johnson? Could be as high as forty seven billion dollars almost as much as a cost. I survived the wildfires. Whoever their insurance company is gonna probably go out of business too. Well, the thing is is industry will do anything again. Something this is not a conspiracy just business. And what you wanna do is is you wanna make your product as favorable as possible to the, of course, even if involves line hiding the fact and the death of thousands of people from that's feelable, ovarian cancer stomach cancer and other diseases associated known to be caused by us Besta. I see these methods Lioma commercials for law firms all over the places. Oh. That would be the reason is the reason that Johnson is. So scared is that every lawsuit that is won by a woman filed against Johnson encourages other women to step forward with the same kind of these most of these suits with Telcom powder or because they ate it.

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"george chaplin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

13:41 min | 3 years ago

"george chaplin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Up at coast to coast AM dot com. John so many things to talk with you about. But I want to pick your brain again about your book the starch solution. I mean, this is contrary to what so many other dietitians say tell us about this. I mean, you say, you know, eat potatoes rice pasta, and you'll be fine. Go ahead. Well, you know, I think you for the opportunity up. Yeah. It's a very simple thing that people can prove themselves, whether they're religious followers, whether they're epidemiologists saw geographers historians. It doesn't make any difference. If you look back over human history. What you find is that all large successful populations of people have a pain the ball 'cause they're Keller's starts. Well. We're talking about here. Obviously samples like, for example, the aspects of the Mayans were notice the people the corn corn for thirteen centuries. They fought battles they competed. 'cause that's they reproduce children for thirteen hundred years on a diet based on corn. You look at the Incas. There's a population that lived on potatoes, except when they went to battle. Then they took key wa because it was like Jerry take a look at the Asians, even in our memory. George ninety percent of the diet of an Asian typically, we think of as rice, that's right? And we could go on and on there's an undeniable historical epidemiological fact that no one can get around. And that is that all large successful populations of people throughout all of history have paid the bulk of their Keller's starch. So why all of a sudden have we become carnivores? You know, why have what we all of a sudden be become omnivores that can eat any basically anything, you know, there. There is. The diet. That's best suits, people Khatri trade. What a lot of people associated with me. And my name that doesn't necessarily have to be a vegan diet as a matter of fact, I go to great effort to tell people that I'm not of the. What I do is. I tell people that they should have paid the bulk of their Keller's starch how much well typically issued before nineteen eighty ninety percent of their diet with white rice ninety percent of the food white rice. Terrible terrible excuse. Hey, white rice it, okay? For the Japanese during World War Two. And in Vietnam. The rice eaters. Made a notable challenge car power. Didn't they so you know, you can't stand back and deny all of history all geography all of religious teachers, and basically all the sides and go and say that we are supposed to died. A breed butter and cheese. How how does science go against what you say in Intel people, you know, if you're pre diabetic stay away from rice, and pastas and all the stuff totally contrary to what you're saying. Why did they do this? Well, it's also contrary to what the research says the basic research was done before the nineteen eighties. When we had researches such the guy named Percival hymns with did the basic studies on the effect of food on blood or his protege Shirley Sweeney nineteen twenty seven publishers resort. On its medical students where he took healthy medical students, and he died it was very high in fat, and they became all the became diabetic. And then he said diet that was like eighty ninety percent sugar and the all remain non diabetic so hymns worth he published. I mean, this is the father diabetes. He published his work in the British medical journal as best and finest article in nineteen forty the debate should over then in nineteen forty when he made his publication hymns worth did. But you know, for most of the reasons all of them, the economical somehow the truth has been lost. I'll have to say George booth since nineteen eighty which a lot of things happen. Then we had CNN news worldwide news. Dissemination of information and travel excetera a lot of things happened in nineteen eighty but in nineteen eighty the food industry figured out that they had to fight hard to maintain their position. And this is based largely upon what happened in nineteen sixty four which is when Luther Terry the surgeon juggle, the United States house report on smoking and health. He basically Luther Terry single handedly put tobacco industry out of business in the US. We went from us smokey population of half the people who wear the twenty percent of the people in the US now smoke now the food industry. I saw this happened to big alcohol and to big tobacco. And they said never gonna let this happen to them. So what they started doing in the nineteen eighties. Starting buying the research. They bought the researchers, and they bought them with contracts stipulated that they wouldn't be allowed to publish the data and less the funding company approved of the results. I mean, that's how they started out. They sent their lobbyists. They sent their money that it everything they could to not end up like big tobacco and said to say, George they have one today they shouldn't have won because nineteen seventy seven the dietary goals put up by George McGovern, which again was the. Waterloo for the food industry. It was the time when everything should have changed like did with big tobacco. But it did not know it did not. In fact, they were smart enough the food is, of course, they're far bigger than the tobacco all industries. They were smart enough. And they realize the threat was so serious that they had to put every possible effort behind keeping the product selling even to the point of lying to the public which brings us to the topic that I hope excited you in terms of having Megan on guest, which I very much appreciate and that's the subject of Johnson and Johnson being sued over baby powder. That you were the whistle blower. How did that happen? Well, let me tell you I established the importance many listeners may have let this piece of news go by so many horrible things happening in the world today. This is just a minor one. It may put Johnson Johnson company out of business. The projections are as high as forty seven billion dollars as well. Just consider last year. Twenty two women filed a lawsuit which resulted in I four point bay dollar award. Yeah. Twenty two women who sue Johnson's Johnson last year got twenty two billion dollars or four four point seven billion dollars the lawsuit. Well, call I suppose this it was a rather innocent thing, I was just an issue residency training in Hawaii was at the John school of medicine. And there are a lot of newspaper articles be published at that time about the. Specis in the school room walls, and how the workers shipyard workers during World War Two were exposed to specis and all the sickness, Bob. The lung cancers called Mets deal most you'll Varian Kansas stomach, cancers, etc. They were terribly large about this. So what I did as an innocent young doctor is I wrote a letter to the editor of the hot a little advertisers star bulletin, and I said, why are you so upset about the school room walls and shipyard workers when every day in the state of Hawaii people are eating a million pounds tons. I have no idea what the correct figure is of aspects every day on their telco rice. Now, George I waited for a month for that letter to the drill here and in never appeared. So I called the associate editor. And I said, where's my aditorial? He said what we? More upset people. Nass pestis, which we don't believe is true, by the way. So anyways, I got off the phone. I call George Chaplin who happened to be the editor for advertisers star-bulletin time. And I started having the simple conversation. Finally got around to me asking him a very important question are you on newspaper. What is your job is to defend businesses or to defend the people Hawaii and George Chaplin, Mr. chaplain? He agreed that they weren't filling their zoos paper. In other words, telling both sides of the story. So what they did next George is. They got the rice industry side of the story. And this is always done. You get somebody who tries to tell the truth, even he's a maverick. Even if he doesn't agree with the staff what they do is the dairy industry meat industry or car industry, tobacco or whatever. They get to spin doctors working again a game upon them. Yeah. Really, they just they admit they have all the resources they have the money. All we have is truth in success. So what they did is they published an article I ask your producers to put that that are up. It was in the nineteen seventy eight I have a copy not say by the from the fire, George actually, I had to get it from the advertiser. Right. Well, they still had our are. So I ask you produces to put that article up where there's a debate over aspect is being Intel core rights, and they brought in the rights company telling you know, basic saying, I was a liar. I was. Uninformed and etc. You know, the usual contra attack. So I would act to Mr. chaplain. And I said, you know, even though you're a newspaper you try to be fair. You haven't told the truth? He says well you prove that there's s bestest in the rice in Hawaii. See what they do is to make white rice. You have to take the Colonel off. So you turn it from Brown rice into white rice, and that lease it voluble to Furman which eat up the white rice, so to protect the rights from deterioration from moles, etc. What they do is coated with glucose and tell so what people don't realize which Johnson Johnson lawsuit is brought out. And in fact, most of the attorneys that have been on the defensive side pointed out that you cannot mind help without mine NS pestis and baby powder is talcum powder. So the way it works is this is the mineral is actually they'd be better off, by the way with cornstarch wouldn't they well probably glucose, the both chemically both of the same one is the more form. Which is called tell the other is the fibers form, which is called specis. You cannot mind help without mining s best as a matter of fact, they estimate fibers particles and every tiny bit of rice consumed now the so anyway. I had to prove here. I was starving resident making twelve thousand dollars a year. And I had to prove that there was as best as the in the Tel authorize in Hawaii. So I hired by to hire. Because they couldn't afford them. But they were willing to volunteer their services three independent laboratories they went to various stores in Hawaii and bought rice in every single sample. They found aspects in huge Omar guard. No, they printed that the second article. I sent to your producers if they so choose wanna put it up on your website, which is by the way, next website, put up your website. So they could see these articles that were written. But the bottom line. This is whole thing. Georgia's within a year. You could no longer by tell coated rice. Remember, this is forty one years ago was this all over the country just Hawaii that they're selling the stuff. No, this is the end line of the story within a year. The you could no longer buy telco to rice in Hawaii, California or Puerto Rico. They never words tell coated rice disappeared from the marketplace in nineteen eighty one year after I wrote the article now, it's as in the lawsuits against Johnson. Does they've known for forty years about the presence of aspects Intel. It's always there. It's never not. They've known about that for forty years. And they've lied about it. They covered it up the danger. And now they're paying a price. Let's say the stock market, which is most interesting..

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"george chaplin" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

14:18 min | 3 years ago

"george chaplin" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Website is linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. John so many things to talk with you about. But I want to pick your brain again about your book the starched solution. I mean, this is contrary to what so many other dietitians say tell us about this. I mean, you say, you know, eat potatoes rice pasta, and you'll be fine. Go ahead. Well, I thank you for the opportunity George up. It's a very simple thing. If people can prove themselves, whether they're religious followers, whether they're epidemiologist. Aw, geographers historians. It doesn't make any difference. If you look back over human history. What you find is that all large successful populations of people have a pain the ball because they're Keller's starch. Well, we're talking about here. Obviously samples like, for example, the aspects of Mayans notice the people of corn corn for thirteen centuries. They fought battles, they competed athletic. That's they reproduce children for thirteen hundred years on a diet based on corn. You look at the Incas. There's a population that lived up potatoes, except when they went to battle, then they took keyed wa because it was. I mean, take a look at the Asians, even in our memory charge ninety percent of the diet of an Asian typically, we think of as right? That's right. And we could go on and on there's an undeniable historical epidemiological fact that no one can get around. And that is that all large successful populations of people throughout all verify -able history have paid the bulk of their calories from starch. So why all of a sudden have we become carnivores? You know, why have what we all of a sudden become omnivores? They can eat any basically anything, you know there. There is a diet. That's best suits people contrary to what a lot of people associated with me. And my name that doesn't necessarily have to be vegan diet as a matter of fact, I go to great effort to tell people that I'm not of the what I do is. I tell people that they should have paid the bulk of their. Keller's starch how much well typically before nineteen eighty ninety percent of their diet with white rice ninety percent of the food got white rice. Terrible terrible excuse. Hey, white rice it, okay? For the Japanese during World War Two. And in Vietnam. The rice eaters. Made a notable challenge to our power. Didn't they so you know, you can't stand back and deny all of history all geography all of religious teachings, and basically all the sides and go and say that we are supposed to died. A breed butter cheese or how how does science go against what you say in Intel people, you know, if you're pre diabetic stay away from rice, and pastas and all this stuff. Totally contrary to what you're saying. Why did they do this? Well, it's also contrary to what the research says the basic research was done before the nineteen eighties. When we had researches such a guy named Percival hymns with did the basic studies on the effect of food on blood or his protege surely Tweety, nineteen twenty seven publishes results on his medical students where he took help medical students. And he said it was very high in fat, and they became all all the became diabetic. And then he fed a diet. It was like eighty ninety percent sugar and the all remain non diabetic so hymns worth he published. I mean, this is the father diabetes, he publishes work in the British medical journal as best and finest article in nineteen forty the debate should over then in nineteen forty when he made his publication hymns worth it. But you know, for most two reasons all of them economical. Somehow the truth has been lost have to say George since nineteen eighty which a lot of things happen. Then we had CNN news worldwide news. Disseminates information and travel excetera a lot of things happen to nineteen eighty. But in nineteen eighty the food industry figured out that they had to fight hard to maintain their position. And this is based largely upon what happened in nineteen sixty four which is when Luther Terry the surgeon general of the United States with the surgeon showers report on smoking and health. He basically Luther Terry single handedly put tobacco industry out of business in the US. We went from us spoke population of half the people who wear the percent of the people in the US now smoke now the food industry. I saw this happen to big alcohol and to big tobacco. And they said never gonna let this happen to them. So what they started doing in the nineteen eighties. Starting buying the research. They bought the researchers, and they bought them with contracts stipulated that they wouldn't be allowed to publish the data and less the funding company approved of the results. I mean, that's how they started out, and they sent their lobbyists. They sent their money. They did everything they could to not end up like big tobacco and sad to say, George. They have one today they shouldn't have won because nineteen seventy seven dietary goals who put up George McGovern, which again was the. Waterloo for the food industry. It was the time when everything should have changed a did with big tobacco. But it did not know it did not. In fact, they were smart enough food that is of course, they're far bigger than for backward. All industries, they were smart enough. And they realize the threat was so serious that they had to put every possible effort behind keeping the product selling even to the point of lying to the public which brings us to the topic that I hope excited you in terms of having me again on guess, which I very much appreciate and that's the subject of Johnson and Johnson being sued over baby powder. That you were the whistle blower. How did that happen? Well, let me tell you. Well, I established the importance many of your listeners may have let this piece of news go by so many horrible things happening in the world today. This is just a minor one. It may put Johnson Johnson company out of business of the projections are as high as forty seven dollars. Well, just consider last year. Twenty two women filed a lawsuit which was all four point bay dollar award. Yeah. Twenty two women who sue Johnson Johnson. Last year got twenty two billion dollars or four four point seven billion dollars in a lawsuit. Well, call I suppose this it was a rather innocent thing, I was just an issue residency training in Hawaii. I was at the John burns school of medicine and a lot of newspaper articles be published at that time about the aspects in the school room walls, and how the workers shipyard workers during World War Two where exposed to specis and all of a sickness, Bob. The lung cancer called almost you'll vary in Kansas, stomach, cancers, etc. They were terribly alarmed about this. So what I did as an innocent young doctor is I? Wrote a letter to the editor of the Honolulu advertiser star Bolton. And I said, why are you so upset about the school room walls and shipyard workers when every day in the state of Hawaii people are eating a million pounds tons. I have no idea. What the correct figure is of aspects every day, tell coated rice now, George I waited for a month for that letter to the editor here and in never appeared. So I called associate editor. And I said, where's my aditorial? He said what we upset people. Aspect which we don't believe is true, by the way. So anyways, I got off the phone. I call George Chaplin who happened to be the editor for advertisers, star-bulletin time and started having the simple conversation. Finally got around to me asking him, very important question are you on newspaper. What is your job is defend businesses or to defend the people will white and George Chaplin, Mr. chaplain? He agreed that they weren't filling their newspaper in other words, telling both sides of the story. So what they did next George is. They got the rice industry side of the story. And this is what always done you get somebody tries to tell the truth. Even he's a maverick. Even if he doesn't agree with these stablishment what they do is the dairy industry meat industry or car industry, tobacco or whatever. They get the spin doctors working again the game upon them. Yeah. Really? They just. They have all the resources they have the money. All we have is truth and success. So what they did is they published an article I ask your producers to put that that are up. It was in nineteen seventy eight I have a copy not say by the from the fire Georgia I had to get it from the advertiser. And they still have right? Well, they still had they are. So I asked producers to put that out of up where there's a debate over aspect is being Intel core rights, and they brought in the rights company telling you know, basically saying, I was a liar, and I was uninformed and etc. You know, the usual contra attack. So I would that chaplain. And I said, you know, even though you're a newspaper you try to be fair. You haven't told the truth he says, well, you prove that there's s bestest in the rice in Hawaii. See what they do is to make white rice. You have to take the Colonel off. So you turn it from broad rice into white rice? And that lease it voluble to Furman which eat up the white, right? So to protect the rights from deterioration from bowls, etc. What they do is coat it with glucose and tell. Elk. So what people don't realize which Johnson Johnson lawsuit is brought out. And in fact, most of the attorneys that have been on the fence side pointed out that you cannot mind help without mine NS pestis and baby powder is talcum powder. So the way it works is this is the mineral is actually they'd be better off, by the way with cornstarch wouldn't they well probably glucose, the both chemically both the same one is more form, which is called tell the other is the fibers form, which is called specis. You cannot mind help without mining s best as a matter of fact, they estimate man's fibers particles and every time he'd been rice consumed now the hope anyway. I had to prove here. I was starving. Resident make it a lot twelve thousand dollars a year. And I had to prove that there was as bestest the in the Tel on the rise in Hawaii. So I hired actually didn't hire because they couldn't afford him. But they were willing to volunteer their services three independent analytical laboratories, they went to various stores in Hawaii and bought rice in every single sample. They found aspects in huge Omar guard. No, they printed that and that's the second article. I sent to your producers if they so choose wanna put it up on your website, which is by the way, next website, put up your website. So they could see these articles that were written. But the bottom line. This is whole thing George within a year. You could no longer by tell coated rice. Remember, this is forty one years ago. Was this all over the country just Hawaii that they were selling this stuff? No, this is that the end line of the story within a year. The you could no longer buy telco to rice in Hawaii, California or Puerto Rico. They and their the words hell coated rice disappeared from the marketplace in nineteen eighty one year after I wrote the article now, it's says in the lawsuits against Johnson. Does they've known for forty years about the presence of aspects Intel. It's always there. It's never not. They've known about that for forty years. And they've lied about. If they've covered it up that's the danger. And now they're paying a price. Yup. Say the stock market, which is most interesting. What's going on says, it's a losses to Johnson and Johnson could be as high as forty seven billion dollars almost as much as the cost. I survived the wildfires in to whoever their insurance company is gonna probably go out of business too. Well, the thing is is industry will do anything. Again. We're emphasize something. This is not a conspiracy just business. And what you wanna do is is you wanna make your product as favorable as possible to the console, of course, even if involved line.

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"george chaplin" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

14:18 min | 3 years ago

"george chaplin" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"John so many things to talk with you about. But I want to pick your brain again about your book the starched solution. I mean, this is contrary to what so many other dietitians say tell us about this. I mean, you say, you know, eat potatoes rice pasta, and you'll be fine. Go ahead. Well, I thank you for the opportunity. It's a very simple thing that people can prove themselves, whether they're religious followers, whether they're epidemiologists saw geographers historians. It doesn't make any difference. If you look back over human history. What you find is that all large successful populations of people have a pain 'cause they're Keller's who starts. Well, we're talking about here. Obvi- samples like, for example, the aspects of my where notice the people the corn corn for thirteen th centuries. They fought battles they competing athletic events. They reproduce children for thirteen hundred years on a diet based on corn. You look at the Incas. There's a population that lived up potatoes, except when they went the battle. Then they took Kita wa because it was like. Take a look at the Asian. So even in our memory charge ninety percent of the diet of an Asian typically, we think of as rice, that's right? And we could go on and on. There's an undeniable historical epidemiological fact that no one can get around. And that is that all large successful populations of people throughout all verify -able history. Paid the bulk of their Keller starch, so why all of a sudden have we become carnivores? You know, why have what we all of a sudden be become omnivores? They can eat any basically anything, you know there. There is a diet. That's specis people contrary to what a lot of people associated with me in my name that doesn't necessarily have to be vegan diet as a matter of fact, I go to great effort to tell people that I'm not of the. What I do is. I tell people that they should have paid the bulk of their calories starch how much well typically before nineteen eighty ninety percent of their diet with white ninety percent of the food. Now, you got white rice terrible terrible. White rice it okay for the Japanese during World War Two. And in Vietnam. The rice eaters. Made a notable challenge. Tar power didn't they so, you know, you can't stand back and deny all history all geography all of religious teachers, and basically all the sides and go and say that we are supposed to have died. A breed butter cheese or how how does science go against what you say in Intel people, you know, if you're pre diabetic stay away from Bryce and pastas and all the stuff totally contrary to what you're saying. Why did they do this? Well, it's also contrary to what the research says the basic research was done before the nineteen eighties. When we had researches such a guy named Percival hymns worth did the basic studies on the effect of food on blood or his project. Yaw Shirley Sweeney, nineteen twenty seven publishes reserve. On its medical students where he took healthy medical students, and he was very high in fat, and they became all the became diabetic. And then he said the diet that was like eighty ninety percent sugar. And they all remain non diabetic so him worth he published. I mean, this is the father diabetes, he publishes work in the British medical journal as best and finest article in nineteen forty the debate should over then in nineteen forty went. He made his publication hymns worth did. But you know, for most to the reasons all of them economical. Somehow the truth. It's been lost to say George booth since nineteen eighty which allow things happen, then we had CNN news worldwide. News disseminates information travel excetera a lot of things happened in nineteen eighty but in nineteen eighty the the food industry figured out that they had to fight hard to maintain their position. And this is based largely upon what happened in nineteen sixty four which is when Luther Terry the surgeon general of the United States, the searches house report on smoking and health. He basically Luther Terry single handedly put tobacco industry out of business in the US. We went from us smokey population of half people to wear the twenty percent of the people in the US now smoke now the food industry. They saw this happen to big alcohol and to big tobacco. And they said to never gonna let this happen to them. So what they started doing in the nineteen eighties. Starting buying the research. They bought the researchers, and they bought them with contracts that stipulated that they wouldn't be allowed to publish the data and less the funding company approved of the results. I mean, that's how they started out, and they sent their lobbyists. They sent their money. They did everything they could not end up like big tobacco at sad to say, George. They have one today they shouldn't have won because nineteen seventy seven the dietary goals put up George McGovern, which again was the. Waterloo is the food industry. It was the time when everything's changed like did with big tobacco. But it did not know it did not. In fact, they were smart enough food, of course, they're far bigger than the tobacco industry's. They were smart enough. And they realize the threat was so serious that they had to put every possible effort behind keeping the product selling even to the point of lying to the public which brings us to the topic that I hope excited you in terms of heavy Megan on guest, which I appreciate and that's the subject of Johnson and Johnson beat sue over baby powder. That you were the whistle blower. How did that happen? Well, let me tell you I established the importance many listeners may have let this piece of news go by so many horrible things happen in the world today. This is just a minor one. It may put Johnson Johnson company out of business. The projections are as high as forty seven billion dollars as well. Just consider last year. Twenty two win filed a lawsuit which all deny four point bay dollar award. Yeah. Twenty two women who sue Johnson Johnson last year got twenty two dollars or four four point seven billion dollars in the loss of well. I suppose this innocent thing, I was just an issue residency training in Hawaii. I was at the John burns school of medicine. And there are a lot of newspaper articles be published at that time about the aspects in the school room walls, and how the workers shipyard workers to enroll were to where exposed to specis and all the sickness Bob the lung cancer called net steel, most, he'll Varian cancers, stomach cancers, etc. They were terribly long about this. So what I did as an innocent young doctor is I wrote a letter to the editor of the Honolulu advertiser star bulletin, and I said, why are you so upset about? The school room walls, and the shipyard workers when every day in the state of Hawaii people are eating a million Bilo pounds tons. I had no idea. What the correct figure is s bestest every day on their tell coated rice. Now, George I waited for a month for that letter to the drill pair and never appeared. So I called the associate editor. And I said, where's my aditorial? He said what we upset people. Which we don't believe is true, by the way. So anyway, I got off the phone. I call George Chaplin who happened to be the editor for the advertisers star bulletin time. And I started having the simple conversation finally got around to me asking him, very important question are you on newspaper. What is your job is it defense businesses or to defend the people will white and George Chaplin, Mr. chaplain? He agreed that they weren't filling their paper. In other words, telling both sides of the story. So what they did next George is. They got the rice industry side of the star in. This is always done. You get somebody who tries to tell the truth even. He's a maverick. Even if he doesn't agree with his stab at what they do is the dairy industry or meat industry or car industry, or whatever they get to spin doctors working again a game upon them. Yeah. Really? They just have all the resources they have the money. All we have is truth in success. So what they did is they published an article I ask your producers to put that that are up. It was in the nineteen seventy eight I have a copy not saved by the from the fire jar act. I had to get it from the advertiser. Right. They still had it. They had haven't they are. So I ask you producers to put that article up where there's a debate over aspects this being Intel code rights, and they brought in the rights company telling you know, basically saying, I was a liar. And I was. Uninformed and etc. You know, the usual contra attack. So I would act a chaplain. And I said, you know, even though you're newspaper you tried to be fair. You haven't told the truth? He says well you prove that there's s bestest in the rice in Hawaii. See what they do is to make white rice. You have to take the Colonel off. So you turn from Brown rice into white rice and that lease at bolivar to ferment which eat up the white rice, so to protect the rights from deterioration from moles, etc. What they do is coated with glucose and tell so what people don't realize Johnson's out. The lawsuit is brought out. And in fact, most of the attorneys that have been out of the defense side have pointed out that you cannot mind tell without mine NS pestis and baby powder is talcum powder. So the way it works is this is the mineral is actually they'd be better off, by the way with cornstarch wouldn't they well probably glucose. The both chemically both the same one more form, which is called tell the other is the fibers for which is called specis. You cannot mind help without mining s. Best Bessis matter of fact, they estimate fibers particles in every tiny bit of rice consumed now the so anyway. I had to prepare. I was starving. Resident make it a lot twelve thousand dollars a year. And I had to prove that there was s bestest on the in the Tel on the rice in Hawaii. So I hired by higher because they couldn't afford him. But they were willing to volunteer their services three independent analytical laboratories, they went to various stores in Hawaii and bought rice in every single sample. They found aspects in God. Now, they printed that the second article. I sent to your producers if they choose to put it up on your website, which is by the way, next website, put up your website. So they could see these articles that were written. But the bottom line is this whole thing George within a year. You could no longer by tell coated rice. Remember, this is forty one years ago. Was this all over the country just Hawaii that they're selling the stuff? No. This is the end line of the story within a year. The you could no longer by tell KOTA rice in Hawaii, California or Puerto Rico. They and their the words hell coated rice disappeared from the marketplace in nineteen eighty one year after I wrote the article now, it's says in the lawsuits against often Johnson. They've known for forty years about the presence of specis Intel. It's always there. It's never not. They've known about that for forty years. And they've lied about it, they covered it up. Yup. That's the danger. And now they're paying a price. Say the stock market, which is most centers. What's going on says, it's a losses to Don. Johnson. Could be as high as forty seven bay dollars almost as much as the cost. To survive wildfires in to whoever their insurance company is gonna probably go out of business too. Well, the thing is is industry will do anything. Again. We're emphasize something. This is not a conspiracy just business. And what you wanna do is is you wanna make your product as favorable as possible to the Kosovo. Of course, even if involved line high in the facts and the death of thousands of people.

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"george chaplin" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

15:05 min | 3 years ago

"george chaplin" Discussed on KGO 810

"Up at coast to coast AM dot com. John so many things to talk with you about. But I want about pick your brain again about your book, the starched solution in this is contrary to what so many other dietitians say tell us about this. I mean, you say, you know, eat potatoes rice pasta, and you'll be fine. Go ahead. Well, you know, I think if the opportunity up. Yeah, it's a very simple thing that people can prove themselves, whether they're religious followers, whether they're FDR colleges, geographers historians. It doesn't make any difference. If you look back over human history. What you find is that all large successful populations of people have a pain the ball because they're Keller's starch. Well, we're talking about here. Avi. Six Apple's like, for example, the aspects of my were noticed that people have corn corn for thirteenth century, they fought battles, they competing athletic events. They reproduce children for thirteen hundred years on a diet based on corn. You look at the Incas. There's a population that lived on potatoes, except when they went to battle. Then they took key wa because it was Laden Jerry take a look at the Asian. So even in our memory charge. Ninety percent of the diet of an Asian typically, we think of as rice that's right up, and we could go. There's an undeniable historical epidemiological fact that no one can get around. And that is that all large successful populations of people throughout all of their fiber. History. Have paid the bulk of their calories from starch? So why all of a sudden have we become carnivores? You know, why have what we all of a sudden be become off divorce that can eat any basically anything, you know, there. There is a diet. That's that's people call trade what a lot of people associated with me. And my name that doesn't necessarily have to be a vegan diet as a matter of fact, I go to great effort to tell people that I'm not of the what I do is. I tell people that they should have paid the bulk of their calories starch how much well typically issued before nineteen eighty ninety percent of their diet with white rice ninety percent of the food got white rice terrible. Terrible. Excuse me. White rice it okay for the Japanese during World War Two and in Vietnam. The rice eaters. Made a notable challenge to our power. Didn't they so, you know, you can't stand back and deny all history all geography all of religious teachings, and basically all the sides and go and say that we are supposed to have died of breed butter cheese, or how how does science go against what you say in Intel people, you know, if you're pre diabetic stay away from rice, and pastas, and all this stuff totally contrary to what you're saying. Why did they do this? Well, it's also contrary to what the research says the basic research was done before the nineteen eighties. When we had researches sets of the guy named Percival hymns with the basic studies on the effect of food on blood or his project. Yaw surely Sweeney, nineteen twenty seven publishes result on its. Medical students where he took healthy medical students. And he said on the diet was very high in fat, and they became all the gave diabetic. And then he fed a diet that was like eighty ninety percent sugar and the all remain non diabetic so hymns worth he published. I mean, this is the father diabetes. He published his work in the British medical journal as best and finest article in nineteen forty the debates should over then in nineteen forty when he made his publications hymns worth did. But you know, for most of the reasons all of them economical. Somehow the truth has been lost have to say George since nineteen eighty which allow things happen. Then we had CNN news worldwide news. Disseminate information and travel excetera. A lot of things happened in nineteen eighty but in nineteen eighty the food industry figured out that they had to fight hard to maintain their position. And this is based largely upon what happened in nineteen sixty four which is when Luther Terry the surgeon general the United States with the searches house report on smoking and health. He basically Luther Terry single handedly put tobacco industry out of business in the US. We went from a smokey population of half people to where the twenty percent of the people in the US now smoke now the food industry. I saw this happen to big alcohol and big tobacco. And they said they never gonna let this happen to them. So what they started doing in the nineteen eighties. Starting by the research. They bought the researchers, and they bought them with contracts that stipulated that they wouldn't be allowed to publish the data and less the funding company approved the results. I mean, that's how they started out. They sent their lobbyists. They sent their money. They did everything they could to not end up like big tobacco at sad to say, George. They have one today they shouldn't have won because in nineteen seventy seven the dietary goals who put up George McGovern, which again was the Waterloo for the food industry. It was the time when everything should have changed like did with big tobacco. But it did not know it did not. In fact, they were smart enough the food, of course, they're far bigger than the tobacco industry's. They were smart enough. And they realized the threat was so serious that they had to put every possible effort behind keeping the product selling even to the point of lying to the public which brings us to the topic that I hope excited you in terms of having Megan guest, which I much appreciate. And that's the subject of Johnson and Johnson. Beat sued over baby powder. That you were the whistle blower. How did that happen? Well, let me tell you what I established the importance many of your listeners may have let this piece of news go by so many horrible things happening in the world today. This is just a minor one. It may put Johnson's Johnson company out of business of the projections are is high as forty seven billion dollars. It'd be as. Well, just consider last year. Twenty two women filed a lawsuit which was all four point dollar award. Yeah. Twenty two women who sue Johnson's Johnson. Last year got twenty two billion dollars or four four point seven billion dollars in the loss of well. I expose this. It was a rather innocent thing. I was just an issue residency training in Hawaii. I was at the John burns school of medicine. And there were a lot of newspaper articles be published at that time about the aspect is in the school room walls, and how the workers shipyard workers World War Two were exposed to specis and all the sickness Bob, the lung cancers called nets deal most ovarian cancer stomach catches, except they were terribly long about this. So what I did as an innocent young. Dr. As I wrote a letter to the editor of the hot, a little advertisers star bulletin, and I said, why are you so upset about the school room walls, and the shipyard workers when every day in the state of Hawaii people are eating a million pounds tons. I have no idea what the correct figure is of s bestest every day on their telco rice. Now, George I waited for a month for that letter to the editor here, and it never appeared. So I called the associate editor. And I said, where's my aditorial? He said what we what upset people? Nastas which we don't believe is true, by the way. So anyways, I got off the phone. I call George Chaplin who happened to be the editor for advertisers, star-bulletin time and started having the simple conversation. I finally got around to me asking him, very important question. Are you a newspaper? What is your job is it defense businesses or to defend the people alike, and George Chaplin, Mr. chaplain? He agreed that they weren't filling their duties newspaper. In other words, telling both sides of the story. So what they did next George is. They got the rice industry side of the star in. This is always done. You get somebody who tries to tell the truth, even he's a maverick. Even if he doesn't agree with his stablishment what they do is the dairy industry made into street or car industry too, bad goods, or whatever they get their spin doctors working they get again upon them. Yep. Really, they just they admit they have all the resources they have the money. All we have is truth and success. So what they did is they published an article I ask your producers to put that that are up. It was in the nineteen seventy eight I have a copy not saved by the from the fire Georgia had to get it from the advertiser. And they still have right? They still had it. They haven't they are. So I ask you producers to put that out of go up where there's a debate over aspects this being Intel core rights, and they brought in the rights company telling basic saying, I was a liar. And I was. Uninformed and etc. You know, the usual contra attack. So I would that to Mr. chaplain. And I said, you know, even though you're a newspaper you try to be fair. You haven't told the truth he says, well, you prove that there's s bestest in the rice in Hawaii. See what they do is to make white rights. You have to take the Colonel off. So you turn up from broad rice into white rice. And that leaves that volatile Berman which eat up the white rice, so to protect the rice from deterioration from moles, etc. What they do is. They caught it with glucose and help. So what people don't realize which Johnson. The lawsuit is brought out. In fact, most of the attorneys that have been on the fence side pointed out that you cannot mind tell without mine NS pestis and baby powder talcum powder. So the way it works is this is the mineral is actually they'd be better off, by the way with cornstarch wouldn't they well probably glucose the both both chemically both is the same one of the more for which is called tell the other is the fibers form, which is called specis. You cannot mind help without mining s best as a matter of fact, they estimate of fibers particles every tiny bit of rice consumed now the so anyway. I had to prepare. I was starving. Resident make twelve thousand dollars a year. And I had to prove that there was the in the Tel authorize in Hawaii. So I hired by higher because they couldn't afford them. But they were willing to volunteer their services three independent laboratories they went to various stores in Hawaii and bought rice in every single sample. They found s bestest in huge Amar God. No, they printed it, and that's the second article. I sent to your producers if they choose to put it up on your website, which is by the way, next website, put up your website. So they could see these articles so written the problem is this whole thing. Georgia's this within a year. You could no longer by tell coated rice. Remember, this is forty one years ago was this all over the country or just Hawaii that they were selling the stuff. This is that the end line of the story within a year. The you could no longer by tell coated rice in Hawaii, California or Puerto Rico. They were tell coated rice disappeared from the marketplace in nineteen eighty one year after I wrote the article now, it's says in the lawsuits against awesome Johnson. They've known for forty years about the presence of aspects Intel. It's always there. It's never not. They've known about that for forty years. And they've lied about it, they covered it up your pets the danger. And now they're paying a price. You say the stock market, which is most interesting. What's going on says, it's a losses to Johnson could be as high forty seven billion dollars almost as much as a cost. I to survive wildfires in to whoever their insurance company is gonna probably go out of business too. Well, you know, the thing is is industry will do anything. And again this the site something this is not a conspiracy just business. And what you wanna do is is you wanna make your product as favorable as possible to the, of course, even if that involves wine high in the facts and the death of sows is the people from Mets, ovarian cancer stomach cancer and other diseases associated known to be caused by. And I see these methods of Lioma commercials for law firms all over the place these. Oh. The reason is and the reason that Johnson Johnson. So scared is that every lawsuit that is won by a woman filed against Johnson. Courage is other women to step forward with the same kind of suit. Now are these mostly suits with the Telcom powder or because they ate it? No in the rice the baby powder. This whole rights thing was forgotten forty one or no have they stopped putting this stuff in the baby powder..

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"george chaplin" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

14:21 min | 3 years ago

"george chaplin" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Is linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. John so many things to talk with you about. But I want to pick your brain again about your book, the starch solution in this is contrary to what so many other dietitians say tell us about this. I mean, you say, you know, eat potatoes rice pasta, and you'll be fine. Go ahead. Well, you know, I think the opportunity George. Yeah. It's a very simple thing that people can prove themselves, whether they're religious followers, whether they're epidemiologist, geographers historians. It doesn't make any difference. If you look back over human history. What you find is that all large successful populations of people have obtainable. 'cause they're Keller's starch. Well, we're talking about here. Obviously samples like, for example. The aspects of my we're notice the people of corn corn for thirteen centuries. They fought battles they competing athletic events. They reproduce children for thirteen hundred years on a diet based on corn. You look at the Incas. There's a population that lived up potatoes, except when they went the battle, then they took keyed wa because it was like, Jerry. I mean, take a look at the Asian. So even in our memory, George ninety percent of the diet of an Asian typically, we think of as rice, that's right? And we could go on and on there's an undeniable historical epidemiological fact that no one can get around. And that is that all large successful populations of people through all viable history have paid the bulk of their calories from starch. So why all of a sudden have we become carnivores? You know, why have what we all of a sudden be become off Navarre's? They can eat any basically anything, you know there. There is a diet. That's best suits people. Caught trade. What a lot of people associated with me. And my name that doesn't necessarily have to be vegan diet is a matter of fact, I go to great effort to tell people that I'm not the what I do is. I tell people that they should pay the bulk of their calories from starch how much well typically before nineteen eighty ninety percent of their diet with white rice ninety percent of the food. Now, you got white. Rice terrible terrible, excuse me. Hey, white raced. It okay for the Japanese during World War Two. And in Vietnam. The rice eaters. Made a notable challenge to our power. Didn't they so you know, you can't stand back and deny all of history all geography all of religious teachings, and basically all the sides and go and say that we are supposed to have died. A breed butter cheese or how how does science go against what you say in and tell people, you know, if you're pre diabetic stay away from rice, and pastas and all the stuff totally contrary to what you're saying. Why did they do this? Well, it's also contrary to what the research says the basic research was done before the nineteen eighties. When we had research says the guy named Percival hymns with did the basic studies on the effect of food on blood or his protege, Shirley Sweeney, nineteen twenty seven publishes result. On his medical students where he took healthy medical students, and he fed them a diet was very high in fat, and they became all the became diabetic. And then he said the diet that was like eighty ninety percent sugar and the all remain non diabetic so hymns worth he published. I mean, this is the father diabetes, he publishes working the British medical journal as best and finest article in nineteen forty the debate should over then in nineteen forty when he made his publication hymns worth did. But you know, for most of the reasons all of them economical. Somehow the truth has been lost. I'll have to say George booth since nineteen eighty which allow things happen. Then we had CNN news worldwide news, dissemination of information and travel excetera a lot of things happen. The nineteen eighty but in nineteen eighty the food industry. Figured out that they had to fight hard to maintain their position. And this is based largely upon what happened in nineteen sixty four which is when Luther Terry the surgeon general the United States with the surgeon general's report on smoking and health, he basically Luther Terry single handedly put tobacco industry out of business in the US. We from us smokey population of half the people to where the only percent of the people in the US now smoke now the food industry. They saw this happen to big alcohol and to big tobacco. And they said they never gonna let this happen to them. So what they started doing in the nineteen eighties. Starting by the research. They bought the researchers, and they bought them with contracts stipulated that they wouldn't be allowed to publish the data and less the funding company approved of the results. I mean, that's how they started out. And they sent their lobbyists. They sent their money. They did everything they could then not end up like big tobacco and sad to say, George. They have one to date. They shouldn't have won because in nineteen seventy seven the dietary goals who put up George McGovern, which again was the Waterloo for the food industry. It was the time when everything's changed like did with big tobacco. Right. But it did not know it did not. In fact, they were smart enough the food industry, of course, are far bigger than the back were all industries. They were smart enough. And they realized the threat was so serious that they had to put every possible ever behind keeping the product selling even to the point of lying to the public which brings us to the topic that I hope excited you in terms of having Megan guess, which I very much appreciate. And that's the subject of Johnson Johnson beat. Sued over baby powder. That you were the whistle blower. How did that happen? Well, let me tell you I established the importance many of your listeners may have let this piece of news go by so many horrible things happening in the world today. This is just a minor one. It may put Johnson Johnson company out of business of the projections are as high as forty seven billion dollars. It'd be as I lost. Well, just consider last year. Twenty two women filed a lawsuit which resulted in I four point bay dollar award. Yeah. Twenty two women who sue Johnson Johnson. Last year got twenty two billion dollars or four four point seven billion dollars the lawsuit. Well, you call I suppose this it was a rather innocent thing, I was just an issue residency training in Hawaii. I was at the John burns school of medicine. And there were a lot of newspaper articles be published at that time about the aspect is in the school room walls, and how the workers shipyard workers during World War Two were exposed to specis and all the sickness, Bob. The lung cancer is called Mets deal most ovarian cancer, stomach cancers, etc. They were terribly long about this. So what I did as an innocent young. Dr. As I wrote a letter to the editor of the Honolulu advertiser star bulletin, and I said, why are you so upset about the school room walls and shipyard workers when every day in the state of Hawaii people are eating a million pounds tons. I have no idea what the correct figure is of aspects every day on their telco rice. Now, George I waited for a month for that letter to the drill here and in never appeared. So I called the associate editor. And I said, where's my aditorial? He said what we what upset people? Nastas which we don't believe is true, by the way. So anyways, I got off the phone. I call George Chaplin who happened to be the editor for advertisers star star-bulletin time, and George I started having the simple conversation. Finally got around to me asking him, very important question are you on newspaper. What is your job is it defense businesses or to defend the people why and George Chaplin, Mr. chaplain? He agreed that they weren't fulfilling their do these people. In other words, telling both sides of the story. So what they did next George is. They got the rice industry side of the story. And this is what's always done. Yeah. You get somebody who tries to tell the truth, even he's a maverick. Even if he doesn't agree with these stablishment what they do is the dairy industry meat industry or car industry to baggage or whatever they get to spin doctors working again a game upon them. Yeah. Really, they just they have all the resources they have the money. All we have is truth and success. So what they did is they published an article I ask your producers to put that that are up. It was in the nineteen seventy eight I have a copy not say by the from the fire Georgia I had to get it from the advertiser. All right. Well, they still had they haven't they are. So I ask your producers to put that article up where there's a debate over aspect as being Intel code rice. And they've brought in the rice company telling you know, basic saying, I was a liar. And I was. Uninformed and etc. You know, the usual contra attack. So I would act to Mr. chaplain. And I said, you don't even though you're a newspaper you try to be fair. You haven't told the truth? He says well, you prove that there's aspects in the rice in Hawaii see what they do is to make white rice. You have to take the Colonel off. So you turn it from broad rice into white rice? And that these voluble to vermin which eat up the white rice, so to protect the rights from deterioration for moles, etc. What they do is. They caught it with glucose and tell. So what people don't realize which Johnson. The lawsuit is brought out. And in fact, most of the attorneys that have been on the defense side pointed out that you cannot mind tell without mine NS pestis and baby powder is Telcom powder. So the way it works is this is the mineral is actually they'd be better off, by the way with cornstarch wouldn't they well probably glucose, the both chemically both the same one is the more for which is called tell the other is the fibers for which is called this Bessis. You cannot mind tell without mining s best as a matter of fact, they estimate of fibers particles and every tiny bit of rice consumed now the soap anyway. I had to prove here. I was starving. Resident make it a lot twelve thousand dollars a year. And I had to prove that there was as best as the in the Tel authorize in Hawaii. So I hired actually didn't hire. 'cause they couldn't afford them. But they were willing to volunteer their services three independent laboratories they went to various stores in Hawaii and bought rice in every single sample. They found aspects in huge Omar God. No, they printed it, and that's the second article. I sent to your producers if they soldiers put it up on your website, which is by the way, an exit website, put up your website. So they could see these articles that were written. But the bottom is this whole thing Georgia this within a year. You could no longer by tell coated rice. Remember, this is forty one years ago. Was this all over the country just Hawaii that they were selling this stuff? No. This is the the end line of the story within a year. The you could no longer by tell coated rice in Hawaii, California or Puerto Rico. They and other words hell coated rice disappeared from the marketplace in nineteen eighty one year after I wrote the article now, it's says in the lawsuits against awesome job. They've known for forty years about the presence of aspects Intel. It's always there. It's never not. They've known about that for forty years. And they've lied about it. They've covered it up your pets the danger. And now they're paying a price. Yup. Say the stock market, which is most interesting. What's going on says the losses to Johnson and Johnson could be as high as forty seven billion dollars almost as much as the cost? I survive wildfires in to whoever their insurance company is gonna probably go out of business too. Well. Well, the thing is is industry will do anything. And again, we're gonna have precise something this is not a conspiracy just business. What you wanna do is is you wanna make your product as favorable as possible to very cancer stomach cancer and other diseases associated known to be caused by us best. And I see these methods of soup..

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"george chaplin" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

13:35 min | 3 years ago

"george chaplin" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Is linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. John so many things to talk with you about. But I want to pick your brain again about your book the starched solution. I mean, this is contrary to what so many other dietitians say tell us about this. I mean, you say, you know, eat potatoes rice pasta, and you'll be fine. Go ahead. Well, I think the opportunity up. It's a very simple thing that people can prove themselves, whether they're religious followers, whether they're epidemiologists saw geographers historians. It doesn't make any difference. If you look back over human history. What you find is that all of our successful populations of people have obtained the ball 'cause they're Keller's starch. Well, we're talking about here. Obviously samples like, for example, the aspects Mayans were noticed the people. The corn corn for thirteen centuries. They fought battles they competing athletic events. They reproduce children for thirteen hundred years on a diet based on corn. You look at the Incas. There's a population that lived up potatoes at the battle than they keyed wa because it was like. Take a look at the Asian. So even in our memory charge ninety percent of the diet of an Asian typically, we think of as rice, that's right? And we could go out online. There's an undeniable historical epidemiological fact that no one can get around. And that is that all large successful populations of people throughout all of our history have paid the bulk of their Keller starch, so why all of a sudden have we become carnivores? You know, why have what we all of a sudden be become omnivores that can eat any basically anything, you know, there. There is a diet. That's best suits people, contrary to what a lot of people associated with me in my name that doesn't necessarily have to be vegan diet as a matter of fact, I go to great effort to tell people that I'm not of the what I do is. I tell people that they should have paid the bulk of their calories starch how much well typically before nine. Nineteen eighty ninety percent of their diet with white rice ninety percent of the food. Now got white rice. Terrible terrible. Excuse me. Hey, white rice did okay for the Japanese during World War Two and in Vietnam. The rice eaters. Made a notable challenge to our power. Didn't they so you can't stand back and deny all of history all geography all of religious teachers, and basically all the science and go and say that we are supposed to died. A breed butter cheese or how how does science go against what you say in Intel people, you know, if you're pre diabetic stay away from rice, and pastas and all this stuff. Totally contrary to what you're saying. Why did they do this? Well, it's also contrary to what the research says the basic research was done before the nineteen eighties. When we had researchers such a guy named Percival Hemsworth did the basic studies on the effect of food on blood sugar or his protege, Shirley, sweetie. Nineteen twenty seven publicist results on its medical students where he took healthy medical students. And he it was very high in fat, and they became all the became diabetic. And then he said a diet that was like eighty ninety percent sugar and all remain non diabetic so hymns worth he published. I mean, this is the father diabetes, he publishes work in the British medical journal as best and finest article in nineteen forty the debates should over then in nineteen forty when he made his publication hymns worth did. But you know, for most of the reasons. All of them economical. Somehow the truth has been lost. I'll have to say George since nineteen eighty which a lot of things happen. Then we had CNN news worldwide news. Disseminate information and travel excetera a lot of things happened to nineteen eighty but in nineteen eighty the food industry figured out that they had to fight heart maintain their position. And this is based largely upon what happened in nineteen sixty four which is when Luther Terry the surgeon general the United States wrote the report on smoking and health, he basic Luther Terry single handedly put tobacco industry out of business in the US. We went from us spoke population of half the people who are the percent of the people in the US now smoke now the food industry. They saw this happen to big alcohol, and tobacco, and they said never gonna happen to them. So what they started doing in the nineteen eighties. Starting buying the research. They bought the researchers, and they bought them with contracts stipulated that they wouldn't be allowed to publish the data and less the funding. The company approved of the results. I mean, that's how they started out, and they sent their lobbyists. They sent their money. They did everything they could to not end up like big tobacco and sad to say, George. They have one today they shouldn't have won because nineteen seventy seven dietary goals put up George McGovern, which again was the Waterloo for the food industry. It was a time when everything should have changed like a did with big tobacco. But it did not know it did not. In fact, they were smart enough food. Of course, they're far bigger than back where all industries they were smart enough. And they realize the threat was so serious that they had to put every possible effort behind keeping the product selling even to the point of lying to the public which brings us to the topic that I hope excited you in terms of having made on guest, which I very much appreciate and that's the subject of Johnson. Johnson beat soon over baby powder. That you were the whistle blower. How did that happen? Well, let me tell you what I established the importance many listeners may have left. This piece of news go by somebody horrible things happening in the world today. This is just a minor one. It may put Johnson Johnson company out of business of the projections are as high as forty seven. I lost it. Well, just consider last year. Twenty two women filed a lawsuit which resulted in I four point bay dollar award. Yeah. Twenty two women who sue Johnson's Johnson. Last year got twenty two billion dollars or four four point seven billion dollars in a lawsuit. Well, colleague expose this. It was a rather innocent thing, I was just finishing residency training in Hawaii. I was at the John burns school of medicine. And there are a lot of newspaper articles be published at that time about the aspect is in the school room walls, and how the workers shipyard workers World War Two were exposed to specis and all the sickness involve the lung cancers called nets almost the ovarian cancer, stomach, cancers, etc. They were terribly long about this. So what I did as an innocent young doctor is I wrote a letter to the. Editor of the Honolulu advertiser star bulletin, and I said, why are you so upset about the school room walls and shipyard workers when every day in the state of Hawaii people are eating a million pounds tons. I have no idea what the correct figure is of aspects every day on their telco rice. Now, George I waited for a month for that letter to the editor here and in never appeared. So I called associate editor. And I said, where's my aditorial? What we upset people? Nastas which we don't believe is true, by the way. So anyway, I got off the phone. I call George Chaplin who happened to be the editor for advertisers star bulletins that time, and I started having the simple conversation finally got around to me asking him a very important question. Are you a newspaper? What is your job is it to defend businesses or to defend the people who white and George Chaplin, Mr. chaplain? He agreed that they weren't filling their zoos paper. In other words, telling both sides of the story. So what they did next George is. They got the rice industry side of the story. And this is always done. You get somebody who tries to tell the truth even. He's a maverick. Even if he doesn't agree with establishment what they do is the dairy industry meat industry or car industry, or whatever they get to spin doctors working again again upon them. Yeah. Really? They just have all the resources they have the money. All we have is truth and success. So what they did say published an article I ask your producers to put that that are up. It was in the nineteen seventy eight I have a copy not say by the from the fire charge. Actually, I had to get it from the advertiser. Right. Well, they still had. So I asked producers to put that up where there's a debate over s Bessis being Intel core rights, and they brought in the rights company telling you know, basic saying, I was a liar. Uninformed and etc. You know, the usual contra attack. So I I would act Mr. chaplain. And I said, you know, even though your newspaper you try to be fair. You haven't told the truth he says, well, you prove that there's s Bessis in the rice in Hawaii. See what they do is to make white rice. You have to take the Colonel off. So you turn it from broad rice into white rice? And that Lisa vulnerable to vermin, which eat up the white rice, so to protect the rice from deterioration from moles, etc. What they do is coated with glucose and tell so what people don't realize which Johnson's out. The lawsuit is brought out. And in fact, most of the attorneys that have been out of the defense side pointed out that you cannot mind tell without mining ESTES and baby powder is talcum powder. So the way it works is this is the mineral is actually. They'd be better off, by the way with cornstarch wouldn't they well probably because the both chemically both of the same one is more for which is called tell the other is the fibers form, which is called specis. You cannot mind help without mining s best as a matter of fact, they estimate of fibers particles and every tiny bit of rice consumed now the so anyway. I had to prove here. I was a starving resident making twelve thousand dollars a year. And I had to prove that there was s bestest on the in the Tel on the rice in Hawaii. So I hired higher because they couldn't afford him. But they were willing to hear the services three independent analytical laboratories, they went to various stores in Hawaii and bought rice in every single sample. They found s Bessis in huge Amar God. Now, they printed that second article. I sent to your producers if they so choose what put it up on your website, which is by the way, next website, put up your website. So they could see these articles that were written the bottom line. Is this whole thing Georgia SIS within a year? You could no longer by tell coated rice. Remember, this is forty one years ago was this all over the country just Hawaii that they're selling the stuff. This is the end line of the story within a year. The you could no longer by tell KOTA rice in Hawaii, California or Puerto Rico. They never words hell coated rice disappeared from the marketplace in nineteen eighty one year after I wrote the articles. Now, it's says in the lawsuits against Johnson. Does they've known for forty years about the presence of aspects Intel. It's always there. It's never not. They've known about that for forty years. And I've lied about it. They covered it up. That's the danger. And now they're paying a price. Let's say the stock market, which is most interesting. What's going on says the lost Johnson and Johnson could be as high as forty seven billion dollars almost as much as the cost? To survive wildfires to whoever their insurance company is gonna probably go out of business too. Well, the thing is is industry will do anything. And again, we're emphasize something this is not a conspiracy just business. And what you wanna do is is you wanna make your product as favorable as possible to the, of course, even if that involves line high in the facts and the death of thousands of people from India. Ovarian cancer stomach cancer.

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"george chaplin" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

13:42 min | 3 years ago

"george chaplin" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Is linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. John so many things to talk with you about. But I want to kick your brain again about your book, the starch solution in this is contrary to what so many other dietitians say tell us about this. I mean, you say, you know, eat potatoes rice pasta, and you'll be fine. Go ahead. Well, thank you for the opportunity up. It's a very simple thing that people can prove themselves, whether they're religious followers, whether they're epidemiologists, geographers historians. It doesn't make any difference. If you look back over human history. What you find is that all large successful populations of people have a pain the ball 'cause they're Keller's starch. Well, we're talking about here. Obvious examples like, for example, the aspects of my notice the people that corn corn for thirteen centuries. They fought battles they competing athletic events. They reproduce children for thirteen hundred years on a diet based on corn. You look at the Incas. There's a population that lived on potatoes when they went to battle then they took wa because it was. Harry. Take a look at the agents, even in our memory charge ninety percent of the diet of an Asian typically, we think of as right? That's right. And we could go on and on there's an undeniable historical epidemiological fact that no one can get around. And that is that all large successful populations of people throughout all of history. Have a paid the bulk of their calories from starch? So why all of a sudden have we become carnivores? You know, why have but we all of a sudden be become off divorce. They can eat any basically anything, you know there. There is a diet. That's best suits people contrary to what a lot of people associated with the in my name that doesn't necessarily have to be vegan diet. As a matter of fact, I got a great effort to tell people that I'm not a vegan DUIs. I tell people that they should pay the bulk of their calories starch how much well typically before nineteen eighty ninety percent of their diet with white. Ninety percent of the food white rice, terrible terrible. Hey, white rice did okay. For the Japanese during World, War Two and Vietnam. The rice eaters made a notable challenge car power didn't they so, you know, you can't stand back and deny all history all geography all of religious teachers, and basically all the sides and go and say that we are supposed to died a butter cheese or how how does science go against what you say in Intel people, you know, if you're pre diabetic stay away from Bryce and pastas, and all this stuff totally contrary to what you're saying. Why did they do this? Well, it's also contrary to what the research says the basic research was done before the nineteen eighties. When we had research guy name of Percival hymns with the basic studies on the effect of food on blood or his protege. Shirley. Nineteen twenty seven publicist results on its medical students where he took healthy medical students, and he said of diet that was very high in fat, and they became all became diabetic. And then he fed a diet that was like eighty ninety percent sugar, and they all remain non diabetic so hymns worth he published. I mean, this is the father diabetes, he publishes working British medical journal as best and finest article in nineteen forty the debate over then in nineteen forty went. He made his publication himself did. But you know, for most of the reasons all them, the economical somehow the truth, it's been lost. I'll have to say George since nineteen eighty which a lot of things happen. Then we had CNN news worldwide news. Disseminate information and travel except for a lot of things happened in nineteen eighty but in nineteen eighty the food industry figured out that they had to fight hard to maintain their position. And this is based largely upon what happened in nineteen sixty four which is when Luther Terry the surgeon general the United States with the search report on smoking and health. He basically lose their Terry single Hadley put the tobacco industry out of business in the US. We went from spoke population of half the people to wear the Klay percent of the people in the US now smoke now the food industry, they saw this happened to big alcohol and tobacco. And they said they never gonna let this happen to them. So what they started doing in the nineteen eighties. Starting by the research. They bought the researchers, and they bought them with contracts stipulated that they wouldn't be allowed to publish the data and less the funding company approved the results. I mean, that's how they started out. They set their lobbyists. They sent their money. They did everything they could not end up like big tobacco at sad to say, George. They have one today they shouldn't have won because the nineteen seventy seven dietary goals put up George McGovern, which again was the Waterloo of the food industry. It was the time when everything have changed like did with big tobacco. But it did not know not. In fact, they were smart enough food, of course, are far bigger than the tobacco alcohol industries. They were smart enough. And they realize the threat was so serious that they had to put every possible effort behind keeping the product selling even to the point of lying to the public which brings us to the topic that I hope excited you in terms of having Megan guest, which I appreciate and that's the subject of Johnson and Johnson being sued over baby powder. That you the whistle blower. How did that happen? Well, let me tell you I established the importance many listeners may have let this piece of news go by so many horrible things happening in the world today. This is just a minor one Johnson Johnson company out of business. So the protections are is high as forty seven billion dollars as well. Just consider last year. Twenty two women filed a lawsuit which was four point bay dollar award. Yeah. Twenty two women who sued Johnson Johnson last year got twenty two million dollars or four four point seven billion dollars in a of well, I expose this. It was a rather innocent thing, I was just finishing residency training in Hawaii. I was at the school of medicine, and there are a lot of newspaper articles Saab be published at that time about the aspect is in the school walls, and how the workers shipyard workers. World War Two exposed to specis and all the sickness by the lung cancer called Netflix deal, most he'll Varian cancer, stomach, cancer, etc. They were terribly long about this. So what I did as an innocent young doctor is I wrote a letter to the editor of the hot a little advertise star bulletin, and I said, why are you so upset about the school room walls and shipyard workers when every day in the state of Hawaii people are eating a million pounds tons. I have no idea what the correct figure is of aspects every day on the telco rice. Now, George I waited for a month for that letter to the drill pair and never appeared. So I called the associate editor, and I said, where's by toil. He said what we upset people. Which we don't believe is true, by the way. So anyway, I got off the phone. I called George Chaplin who happened to be the editor for advertisers star bulletin at that time, and she started having the simple conversation. Finally got around to me asking him, very important question are you on newspaper. What is your job is a defense businesses or to defend the people Hawaii and George Chaplin, Mr. chaplain? He agreed that they weren't fulfilling their newspaper in other words, telling both sides of the story. So what they did next George is. They got the rice industry side of the story. And this is always done. You get somebody tries to tell the truth. Even even if he doesn't agree with stablishment what they do is the dairy industry meat industry or car industry tobacco. Whatever they get to spin doctors. They get a game them. Yeah. Really? They just they have all the resources they have the money. All we have is truth and success. So what they did is they. I ask producers to put that that are up. It was in the nineteen seventy eight I have a copy not saved by the from the fire jar, Jack. I had to get it from the advertiser. They still had crabs. So I ask your producers to put that up where there's a debate over aspect is being Intel core rights, and they brought in the rights company telling basic saying, I was a liar. That was. Uninformed and etc. You know, the usual contra attack. So I I would let chaplain and I said, you know, even though your newspaper you try to be fair. You haven't told the truth? He says well you prove that there's s bestest in the rice in Hawaii. See what they do is to make white rice. You have to take the Colonel off. So you turn it from Brown rice into white rice? Lisa vulnerable deferment, which eat up the white rice, so to protect the rights from deterioration from moles, etc. What they do is. They caught it with close and. So what people don't realize Johnson Johnson lawsuit brought out and in fact, most of the attorneys that have been on the defensive side pointed out that you cannot mind tell without mining Nesta's and baby powder is talcum powder. So the way it works is this is the mineral is actually they'd be better off, by the way with cornstarch wouldn't they well probably coast. Both chemically both of the same one more form, which is called the other is the fibers form, which is called specis, you cannot mind health without mining s best as a matter of fact, they estimate boy fibers particles in every tiny bit of rice consumed now the so anyway. I had to prepare. I was starving rented make it a lot twelve thousand dollars a year. And I had to prove that there was is on the in the Tel authorize in Hawaii. So I hired higher because I couldn't afford him. But they were willing to volunteer. The services three independent analytical laboratories, they went to various stores in Hawaii and bought rice in every single sample. They found aspects in huge God. Now, they printed that that's the second article. I sent to your producers if they so choose what put it up on your website, which is by the way, next website, put up your website. So they could see these articles that were written the bottom line. Is this whole thing George within a year? You could no longer by tell coated rice. I remember this is forty one years ago was this all over the country just Hawaii that they're selling the stuff. No. This is the the end line of the story within a year. The you could no longer buy telco to rice in Hawaii, California or Puerto Rico. They never words tell coated rice disappeared from the marketplace in nineteen eighty one year after I wrote the article now, it's says in the lawsuits against some Johnson. Does they've known for forty years about the presence of specis Intel. It's always there. It's never not they known about that for forty years. And they've lied about it. They covered it up. The that's the danger and they're paying up as I say the stock market, which is most interesting. What's going on says, it's a losses to Johnson could be as high as forty seven billion dollars almost as much as a cost. I survive allow players to whoever their insurance company is gonna probably go out of business to well. The thing is is industry will do anything. And again, I have say something this is not a conspiracy just business. And what you wanna do is is you wanna make your product as favorable as possible to the Kosovo. Of course, even if that involves line high in the facts and the death of thousands of people from Alba, ovarian cancer, stomach cancer and other diseases associated known to be caused by Esa. And I see these methods of Leona commercials for law firms all over the place these days. Oh. Be the reason is and the reason Johnson Johnson. So scared is that every lawsuit that is won by woman filed against Johnson and courage is other women to step forward with the same kind of these most of these suits with the Telcom powder or because they ate it. No in the right? The baby. About this whole thing was forgotten forty-one check or no they stop putting this stuff in the baby powder. No, it's still Johnson Johnson baby powder..

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"george chaplin" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

14:37 min | 3 years ago

"george chaplin" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"McDougall. His website is linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. John so many things to talk with you about. But I want to pick your brain again about your book the starched solution. I mean, this is contrary to what so many other dietitians say tell us about this. I mean, you say, you know, eat potatoes rice pasta, and you'll be fine. Go ahead. Well, I think the opportunity up there. It's a very simple thing that people can prove themselves, whether they're religious followers, whether they're epidemiologists saw geographers historians. It doesn't make any difference. If you look back over human history. What you find is that all large successful populations of people have a pain the ball because they're Keller's starch. Well, we're talking about here. Offi successful. Like, for example, the. The aspects Mayans were noticed. The people of corn corn for thirteen centuries. They fought battles they competing athletic events. They reproduce children for thirteen hundred years on a diet based on corn. You look at the Incas. There's a population that lived up potatoes, except when they were at the battle. Then they took key wa because it was like, Jerry, let me take a look at the Asians, even in our memory. George ninety percent of the diet of an Asian typically, we think of as rice, that's right? And we could go off online. There's an undeniable historical epidemiological fact that no one can get around. And that is that all large successful populations of people throughout all of their fiber. History have paid the bulk of their Keller's from starch. So why all of a sudden have we become carnivores? You know, why have what we all of a sudden BI? Become omnivores that can eat any basically anything, you know there. There is a diet. That's best suits people cod trade what a lot of people associated with me. And my name that doesn't necessarily have to be vegan diet is a matter of fact, I go to great effort to tell people that I'm not of the what I do is. I tell people that they should have paid the bulk of their Keller's starch how much well typically issued before nineteen eighty ninety percent of their diet with white rice ninety percent of the food. Now, you got white rice terrible terrible, excuse me. White rice it okay for the Japanese during World War Two. And in Vietnam. The rice eaters. Made a notable challenge to power didn't they so, you know, you can't stand back and deny all of history all geography all of religious teachers, and basically all the sides and go and say that we are supposed to have died of breed butter cheese, or how how does science go against what you say in Intel people, you know, if you're pre diabetic stay away from rice, and pastas and all the stuff totally contrary to what you're saying. Why do they do this? Well, it's also contrary to what the three search says the basic research was done before the nineteen eighties. When we had researchers such a guy named Percival hymns worth did the basic studies on the effect of food on blood sugar or his project. Yaw Shirley Sweeney. Nineteen twenty seven publicist result. On his medical students where he took healthy medical students. Any fed a diet that was very high in fat, and they became all the became diabetic. And then he fed a diet. It was like eighty ninety percent sugar and all remained non diabetic so him worth. He published. I mean, this is the father diabetes, he publishes work in the British medical journal as best and finest article in nineteen forty the debate should have been over. Then in nineteen forty went. He made his publication hymns worth did. But you know, for most of the reasons all them, the economical somehow the truth has been lost. I'll have to say George since nineteen eighty which allow things happen. Then we had CNN news worldwide. News, disseminates information and travel excetera. A lot of things happened in nineteen eighty but in nineteen eighty the the food industry. I figured out that they had to fight hard to maintain their position. And this is based largely upon what happened in nineteen sixty four which is when Luther Terry the surgeon general the United States surgeons house report on smoking and health. He basically Luther Terry single handedly put tobacco industry out of business in the US. We went from us smokey population of half the people to wear a few of the clinic percent of the people in the US now smoke now the food industry. They saw this happen to big alcohol and to big tobacco. And they said to never gonna let this happen to them. So what they started doing in the nineteen eighties. Starting buying the research. They bought the researchers, and they bought them with contracts stipulated that they wouldn't be allowed to publish the data and less the funding company approved of the results. I mean, that's how they started out. They sent their lobbyists. They sent their money. They did everything they could to not end up like big tobacco at sad to say, George. They have one today they shouldn't have won because nineteen seventy seven the dietary goals who put up by George McGovern, which again was the Waterloo for the food industry. There was the time when everything should have changed like did with big tobacco. But it did not know it did not. In fact, they were smart enough, the food industry course, they're far bigger than back were all industries. They were smart enough. And they realized the threat was so serious that they had to put every possible effort behind keeping the product selling even to the point of lying to the public which brings us to the topic that I hope excited you in terms of having me again on guest, which I very much appreciate and that's the subject of Johnson and Johnson. Beat sued over baby powder. That you were the whistle blower. How did that happen? Well, let me tell you I established the importance many listeners may have left. This piece of news go by so many horrible things happening in the world today. This is just a minor one. It may put Johnson Johnson company out of business of the projections are as high as forty seven billion dollars. I lost it just consider last year. Twenty two women filed a lawsuit which resulted in a four point bay dollar award. A twenty two women who sue Johnson's Johnson last year got twenty two billion dollars or four point seven billion dollars the lawsuit. Well, call I suppose this it was a rather innocent thing, I was just finishing residency training in Hawaii was at the John burns school of medicine. And there were a lot of newspaper articles be published at that time about the aspects. In the school room walls, and how the workers shipyard workers during World War Two were exposed to specis and all the sickness, Bob. The lung cancers called net deal most, you'll variant cancers, stomach cancers, etc. They were terribly learned about this. So what I did as an innocent young doctor is I wrote a letter to the editor of the Honolulu advertiser star bulletin, and I said, why are you so upset about the school room walls and shipyard workers when every day in the state of Hawaii people are eating a million pounds tons. I have no idea what the correct figure is of aspects every day on their telco rice. Now, George I waited for a month for that letter to the drill here and in never appeared. So I called the associate editor, and I said, where's my toil? He said what we what upset? People. Nesta's which we believe is true, by the way. So anyways, I got off the phone. I call George Chaplin who happened to be the editor for advertisers, star-bulletin time and short started having the simple conversation. Finally got around to me asking him a very important question are you on newspaper. What is your job is it to defend businesses or to defend the people will white and George Chaplin, Mr. chaplain? He agreed that they weren't fulfilling their paper in other words, telling both sides of the story. So what they did next George is. They got the rice industry side of the story. And this is what always done. Yeah. You get somebody tries to tell the truth, even he's a maverick. Even if he doesn't agree with establishment what they do is the dairy industry or meat industry or car industry, tobacco or whatever. They get their spin doctors working again again upon them. Yep. Really? They just have all the resources they have. The money. All we have is truth in success. So what they did is they published an article I ask your producers to put that that are up. It was in the nineteen seventy eight I have a copy not saved by the from the fire. Dr Jack I had to get it from the advertiser. And they say, well, they still had the archives. So I asked produces to put that article up where there's a debate over aspects being Intel code rice, and they brought in the rights company telling you know, basic saying, I was a liar. I was uninformed and etc. You know, the usual contra attack. So I was act Mr. chaplain. And I said you don't even though your newspaper you try to be fair. You haven't told the truth? He says well you prove that there's s bestest in the rice in Hawaii. See what they do is to make white rice. You have to take the Colonel off. So you it from broad rice into white rice and that lease at Balmoral to vermin which eat up the white rice, so to protect the rice from deterioration from moles, etc. What they do is it with glucose and tell. Folk. So what people don't realize Johnson's out. The lawsuit is brought out. And in fact, most of the attorneys that have been on the defensive side pointed out that you cannot mind tell without mining ESTES and baby powder is Telcom powder. So the way it works is this is the mineral is actually they'd be better off, by the way with cornstarch wouldn't they well probably glucose, the both chemically both of the same one some more for which is called tell the other is the fibers form, which is called specis. You cannot mind help without mining s. Bessis matter of fact, they estimate man of fibers particles in every tiny bit of rice consumed now the hope anyway. I had to prepare. I was starving resident making twelve thousand dollars a year. And I had to prove that there was s best to the in the Tel authorize in Hawaii. So I hired by higher because there couldn't afford them. But they were willing to volunteer their services three independent laboratories they went to various stores in Hawaii and bought rice in every single sample. They found aspects in huge Omar guard. Now, they printed that and that's the second article. I sent to your producers if they knew socials wanna put it up on your website, which is by the way, next website, put up your website. So they could see these articles that were written. But the bottom line. This is whole thing George this within a year. You could no longer by tell coated rice. Remember, this is forty one years ago was this all over the country just Hawaii that they're selling the stuff. Nope. This is the end line of the story within a year. The you could no longer by tell coated rice in Hawaii, California or Puerto Rico. They never were hell coated rice disappeared from the marketplace in nineteen eighty one year after I wrote the articles now it's says in the lawsuits against awesome Johnson. Does they've known for forty years about the presence of aspects Intel. It's always there. It's never not. They've known about that for forty years. And they've lied about it. They've covered it up. That's the danger. And now they're paying a price. You say the stock market, which is most interesting. What's going on says that the losses to Donna Johnson could be as high forty seven billion dollars almost as much as the cost? I survived the wildfires in to whoever their insurance company is gonna probably go out of business too. Well. Well, the thing is is industry will do anything. And again, we're gonna have something this is not a conspiracy just business. And what you wanna do is is you wanna make your product as favorables possible to the consumer. Of course, even if involved wine high in the facts and the death of thousands of people from. Ovarian cancer stomach cancer and diseases associated known to be caused by SPF. And I see these methods Lioma commercials for law firms all over the place these days..

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12:57 min | 3 years ago

"george chaplin" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Up at coast to coast AM dot com. John so many things to talk with you about. But I wonder about pick your brain again about your book, the starch solution in this is contrary to what so many other dietitians say tell us about this. I mean, you say, you know, eat potatoes rice pasta, and you'll be fine. Go ahead. Well, I think the opportunity up. It's a very simple thing that people could prove themselves, whether they're religious followers, whether they're FDR colleges. Saw geographers historians that doesn't make any difference. If you look back over human history. What you find is that all large successful populations of people have a painful because they're Keller's starch what we're talking about here. Obviously samples like, for example, the aspects of Mayans were known as the people's accord live in court for thirteen centuries. They fought battles they competing athletic events. They reproduce children for thirteen hundred years on a diet based on corn. You look at the Incas. There's a population that lived up potatoes. Coupling what bevelled and they took key wa because it was like, Harry, that'd be take a look at the Asian even in our memory. George ninety percent of the diet of Asian typically, we think of as rice, that's right? And we could go on and on there's an undeniable historical epidemiological fact that no one can get around. And that is that all large successful populations of people throughout all verify history have paid the bulk of their Keller starch, so why all of a sudden have we become carnivores? You know, why have what we all of a sudden be become off divorce that can eat any basically anything, you know, there. There is a diet. That's this is people cod trade what a lot of people associated with the in my. Name that doesn't necessarily have to be vegan diet. As a matter of fact, I go to great effort to tell people that I'm not a vegan. What I do is. I tell people that they should have paid the bulk of the Keller starch how much well typically should before nineteen eighty ninety percent of their diet with white rice nine percent of the food. Now, you got white rice terrible terrible excuse. Hey, white rice it, okay? For the Japanese during World War Two. And in Vietnam. The rice eaters. They notable challenge to our power. Didn't they so, you know, you can't stand back and deny all history all geography all of religious teachers, and basically all the sides and go and say that we are supposed to died Abry butter and cheese or how how does science go against what you say in Intel people, you know, if you're pre diabetic stay away from rice, and pastas, and all this stuff totally contrary to what you're saying. Why did they do this? Well, it's also contrary to what the research says the basic research was done before the nineteen eighties where we had researches such the guy named Percival hymns with the basic studies on the effect of food on blood or his project. Yaw surely Sweeney, nineteen twenty seven publishes results on its medical students where he took healthy medical students, and he died that was very high in fat and. They became all the became diabetic. And then he fed a diet. It was like eighty ninety percent sugar, and they all remain non diabetic so hymns worth he published. I mean, this is the father diabetes, he publishes work in the British medical journal. It's best and finest starting in nineteen forty the debate over then in nineteen forty went. He made his publication hymns worth did. But for most of the reasons all them economical somehow the truth, it's been lost. I'll have to say George since nineteen eighty which a lot of things happen. Then we had CNN news worldwide news. Some information and Preval excetera. A lot of things happened in nineteen eighty but in nineteen eighty the food industry figured out that they had to fight hard to maintain their position. This is based largely upon what happened in nineteen sixty four which is when Liz ateri the surgeon general the United States with the surgeon shelf report on smoking health. He basically Luther Terry single handedly put tobacco industry out of business in the US. We went from us smokey population of half the people who are twenty percent of the people in the US now smoke now the food industry. They saw this happen to be alcohol and to big tobacco, and they said to never gonna let this happen to them. So what they started doing in the nineteen eighties. Starting by the research. They bought the researchers and they've bought them with contracts stipulated that they would not be allowed to publish the data and less the funding company approved the results. I mean, that's. How they started out they sent their lobbyists. They sent their money. They did everything they could then not end up like big tobacco and said to say, George they have one to date. They shouldn't have won because in nineteen seventy seven dietary goals put up George McGovern, which again was the Waterloo is the food industry. There was the time when everything should have changed did with big tobacco. But it did not know it did not. In fact, they were smart enough food. Of course, they're far bigger than the tobacco. All they were smart enough. And they realize the threat was so serious that they had to put every possible effort behind keep the product selling even to the point of lying to the public which brings us to the topic that I hope excited you in terms of heaven Megan guest, which I very much appreciate. And that's the subject of Johnson Johnson beat sued over baby powder. That you were the whistle blower. How did that happen? Well, let me tell you I established the importance many listeners may have let this piece of news go buy this somebody horrible things happening in the world today. This is just a minor one. It may put Johnson Johnson company out of business. So the protections are is high forty seven billion dollars as well. Just consider last year. Twenty two women filed a lawsuit which resulted in I four point bay dollar award. Yeah. Twenty two women who sue Johnson Johnson. Last year got twenty two billion dollars or four four point seven billion dollars in the loss of well. You ask call, I suppose this rather innocent thing, I was just finishing residency training in Hawaii. I was at the John burns school of medicine and a lot of newspaper articles be published at that time about the aspect is in the school walls, and how the workers shipyard workers doing. World War Two were exposed to specis and all the sickness, Bob. The lung cancers called net almost you'll vary in Kansas stomach cancers, except they were terribly long about this. So what I did as an innocent young doctor is I wrote a letter to the editor of the Honolulu advertiser star bulletin, and I said, why are you so upset about the school room walls and shipyard workers when every day in the state of Hawaii people are eating a million pounds tons. I had no idea. What the correct figure is of aspects every day on the telco rice. Now, George I waited for a month for that letter to the drill here and in never appeared. So I called the socio editor, and I said, where's my toil? He said what we what upset people? Nesta's which we don't believe is true, by the way. So anyways, I got off the phone. I call George Chaplin who happened to be the editor for advertisers star at that time. And I started having the simple conversation. Find the got around to me asking him a very important question. Are you on newspapers? What is your job is it to defend businesses or to defend the people who white and George Chaplin, Mr. chaplain? He agreed that they weren't fulfilling their newspaper in other words, telling both sides of the story. So what they did next George is. They got the rice industry side of the story. And this is what's always done. You get somebody who tries to tell the truth, even he's a maverick. Even if he doesn't agree with these stablishment what they do is the dairy industry meat industry or car industry, tobacco or whatever. They get to spend doctors working again a game upon them. Yeah. Really? They just they have all the resources they have the money. All we have is truth and success. So what they did is they publish. I ask your producers to put that that are up. It was in the nineteen seventy eight I have a copy not saved by the from the fire Georgia had to get it from advertiser. All right. Well, they still had they had they are price. So I asked producers to put that article up where there's a debate over aspect is being Intel core rice, and they brought in the rice company telling you know, basic saying, I was a liar. I was. Uninformed and excetera, you know, the usual contra attack. So I would act to Mr. chaplain. And I said, you don't even though you're newspaper you try to be fair. You haven't told the truth? He says well you prove that there's s bestest in the rice in Hawaii. See what they do is to make white rice. You have to take the Colonel off. So you turn it from rice into white rice? And that lease at volatile too Berman which eat up the white rice, so to protect the rice from deterioration from moles, etc. What they do is they called it with glucose and tell so what people don't realize which Johnson Johnson lawsuit is brought out. And in fact, most of the attorneys that have been out of the defense side pointed out that you cannot mind tell without mine enough Justice and baby powder is Telcom powder. So the way it works is this is the mineral is actually they'd be better off, by the way with cornstarch, wouldn't they? Well, probably glucose, the both chemically both of the same one is the more form, which is called tell the other is the fibers form, which is called this specis. You cannot mind help without mining aspect best. As a matter of fact, they estimate of fibers particles in every tiny bit of consumed now the so anyway. I had to prepare. I was starving resident making twelve thousand dollars a year. And I had to prove that there was as best as on the in the Tel on the rice in Hawaii. Hired by didn't hire. Because I couldn't afford him. But they were willing to volunteer their services three independent laboratories they went to various stores in Hawaii and bought rice in every single sample. They found SPF in huge guard. Now, they printed that the second article. I sent to your producers if they choose what put it up on your website, which by the way, an excellent website, but your website. So they could see these articles that were written the bottom line. This is whole thing George this within a year. You could no longer by tell coated rice. I remember this is forty one years ago that was this all over the country just Hawaii that they're selling this stuff. This is the the end line of the story within a year that you could no longer buy telco to rice in Hawaii, California or Puerto Rico. They and their the words hell coated rice disappeared from the marketplace in nineteen eighty one year after I wrote the articles now it's says in the lawsuits against awesome Johnson. Does they've known for forty years about the presence of specis Intel. It's always there. It's never not. They've known about that for forty years. And they've lied about it. They covered it up the danger. And now they're paying a price. You say the stock market, which is most interesting. What's going on says, it's a losses to Johnson could be as high as forty seven billion dollars almost as much as the cost. I to survive wildfires in to whoever their insurance company is gonna probably go out of business too. Well, the thing is is industry will do anything. And again, something this is not a conspiracy just business. And what you wanna do is is you wanna make your product as favorable as possible to the consumer. Of course, even if that involves line.

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16:03 min | 3 years ago

"george chaplin" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"His website is linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. John so many things to talk with you about. But I want to pick your brain again about your book the starch solution. I mean, this is contrary to what so many other dietitians say tell us about this. I mean, you say, you know, eat potatoes rice pasta, and you'll be fine. Go ahead. Well, thank you for the opportunity. It's a very simple thing that people can prove themselves, whether they're religious followers, whether they're epidemiologists saw geographers historians. It doesn't make any difference. If you look back over human history. What you find is that all large successful populations of people have a pain the ball 'cause they're Keller's starch. Well, we're talking about here obviously samples like, for example, the aspects of Mayans where notice the peoples of corn corn for thirteenth centuries. They fought battles. They competed athletic events. They reproduce children for thirteen hundred years on a diet based on corn. You look at the Incas. There's a population that lived up potatoes, except when they went the battle. Then they took key wa because it was later. Take a look at the Asians, even in our memory. George ninety percent of the diet of an Asian typically with a as rice. That's right. And we could go on and on there's an undeniable historical epidemiological fact that no one can get around. And that is that all large successful populations of people throughout all of their fiber. History have paid the bulk of their Keller starch, so why all of a sudden have we become carnivores. You know, why have what we all of a sudden the become omnivores? They can eat any basically anything, you know there. There is a diet. That's best suits people contrary to what a lot of people associated with me. And my name that doesn't necessarily have to be vegan diet as a matter of fact, I go to great effort to tell people that I'm not the what I do is. I tell people that they should have paid the bulk of their Keller. Starch how much well typically before nineteen eighty ninety percent of their diet with white rice ninety percent of the food. Now, you got white rice terrible terrible, excuse me. Hey, white rice it, okay? For the Japanese during World War Two. And in Vietnam. The rice eaters. Made a notable challenge car power. Didn't they so you know, you can't stand back and deny all history all geography all of religious teachers, and basically all the sides and go and say that we are supposed to have died. A breed butter and cheese or how how does science go against what you say in and tell people, you know, if you're pre diabetic stay away from Bryson pastas and all the stuff totally contrary to what you're saying. Why did they do this? Well, it's also contrary to what the research says the basic research was done before the nineteen eighties. When we had researchers such a guy named Percival hymns worth did the basic studies on the effect of food on blood. Or his project, Shirley Sweeney 1927 publishes results on his medical students where he took healthy medical students, and he fed him a diet that was very high in fat and they became all the game diabetic. And then he fed a diet that was like eighty ninety percents sugar and the all remain non diabetic so hymns worth he published. I mean, this is the father diabetes, he publishes work in the British medical journal as best and finest article in nineteen forty the debate should have over then in nineteen forty when he made his publication hymns worth did. But you know, for most of the reasons all them economical. Somehow the truth has been lost have to say George since nineteen eighty which allow things happen. Then we had CNN news worldwide. News disseminates information. And probably several other things happened the nineteen eighty but in nineteen eighty the the food industry figured out that they had to fight hard to maintain their position. And this is based largely upon what happened in nineteen sixty four which is when Luther Terry the surgeon general the United States wrote the surgeons house report on smoking and health, he basically Luther Terry single handedly put tobacco industry out of business in the US. We went from us spoke population of half the people who wear the clinic percent of the people in the US now smoke now the food industry. I saw this happen to big alcohol and to big tobacco. And they said they never gonna let us have them. So what they started doing in the nineteen eighties. Starting buying the research. They bought the researchers, and they bought them with contracts stipulated that they wouldn't be allowed to publish the data and less. The funding company approved of the results. I mean, that's how they started out, and they sent their lobbyists. They sent their money. They did everything they could not end up like big tobacco. That's sad to say, George. They have one today. They shouldn't have won because nineteen seventy seven the dietary goals who put up George McGovern, which again was the Waterloo is the food industry. It was the time when everything's changed like did with big tobacco. But it did not know it did not. In fact, they were smart enough the food industry, of course, they're far bigger than backward industries, they were smart enough. And they realized the threat was so serious that they had to put every possible effort behind keeping the product selling even to the point of lying to the public which brings us to the topic that I hope excited you in terms of heavy Megan honestly guest, which I very much appreciate. And that's the subject of Johnson and Johnson being sued over baby powder. That you were the whistle blower. How did that happen? Well, let me tell you. I stabs the importance many listeners may have let this piece of news go by so many horrible things have in the world today. This is just a minor one. It may Johnson's Johnson company out of business. So the protections are as high as forty seven billion dollars as well. Just consider last year. Twenty two win filed a lawsuit which resulted in four point bay dollar award. Yeah. Twenty two women who sue Johnson Johnson. Last year got twenty two billion dollars or four four point seven billion dollars in a lawsuit. Well, call expose this. It was a rather innocent thing, I was just finishing residency training in Hawaii. I was at the John burns school of medicine. And there were a lot of newspaper articles be published at that time about the. Specis in the school room walls, and the workers shipyard workers World War Two were exposed to specis and all the sickness, Bob. The lung cancer called Mets deal most the ovarian cancers, stomachaches, etc. They were terribly log about this. So what I did as an innocent young doctor is I wrote a letter to the editor of the hot a little advertisers star bulletin, and I said, why are you so upset about the school room walls, and the shipyard workers when every day in the state of Hawaii people are eating a million pounds tons. I have no idea what the correct figure is of aspects every day on their telco rice. Now, George I waited for a month for that letter to the drill here and in never appeared. So I called the associated editor. And I said, where's my editorial? He said what we? More upset people. Pestis which we don't believe is true, by the way. So anyways, I got off the phone. I call George Chaplin who happened to be the editor for the advertisers star bulletin time, and George I started having the simple conversation. I finally got around to me asking him very important question are you on newspaper. What is your job is it defense businesses or to defend the people white and George Chaplin, Mr. chaplain? He agreed that they weren't fulfilling their duties paper. In other words, telling both sides of the story. So what they did next George is. They got the rice industry side of the story. And this is what's always done. Yeah. You get somebody who tries to tell the truth, even he's a maverick. Even if he doesn't agree with stab movement. What they do is the dairy industry or meat industry or car industry, or whatever they get to spin doctors working again a game upon them. Yeah. Really? They just have all the resources they have the money. All we have is truth and success. So what they did is they published an article I ask your producers to put that that are up. It was in the nineteen seventy eight I have a copy not saved by the from the fire Georgia I had to get it from the advertiser. And right. Well, they still had they had and they are. So I ask you producers to put that article up where there's a debate over s Bessis being Intel co rice, and they've brought in the rights company telling basic saying, I was a liar. And I was. Uninformed and etc. You know, the usual contra attack. So I I would act a chaplain. And I said you don't even though your newspaper you try to be fair. You haven't told the truth? He says well you prove that there's s bestest in the rice in Hawaii. See what they do is to make white rice. You have to take the Colonel off. So you turn it from broad rice into white rice and that lease it vulnerable to vermin, which eat up the white rice, so to protect the rice from deterioration from moles, etc. What they do is coated with glucose and tell. So what people don't realize which Johnson. The lawsuit is brought out and most of the attorneys that have been out of the defense side that pointed out that you cannot mind tell without mine NS pestis and baby powder is talcum powder. So the way it works is this is the mineral is actually they'd be better off, by the way with cornstarch wouldn't they well probably glucose the both both chemically both of the same one more form, which is called tell the other is the fibers form, which is called this best. You cannot mind tell without mining s best as a matter of fact, they estimate of fibers particles in every tiny bit of rice consumed now the so anyway. I had to prepare. I was starving resident making twelve thousand dollars a year. And I had to prove that there was s Festus on the in the Tel authorize in Hawaii. So I hired by tradition higher because I couldn't afford him. But they were willing to volunteer their services three independent laboratories they went to various stores in Hawaii and bought rice in every single sample. They found SPF in huge guard. Now, they printed that and that's the second article. I sent to your producers if they focus wanna put it up on your website, which is by the way, an website put up your website. So they can see these articles that were written the bottom line. This is whole thing George within a year. You could no longer by tell coated rice. Remember, this is forty one years ago was this all over the country or just Hawaii that they're selling this stuff. No. This is the end line of the story within a year. The you could no longer by tell KOTA rice in Hawaii, California or Puerto Rico. They and their the words hell coated rice disappeared from the marketplace in nineteen eighty one year after I wrote the article now, it's says in the lawsuits against awesome Johnson. Does they've known for forty years about the presence of aspects Intel. It's always there. It's never not. They've known about that for forty years. And they've lied about it. They've covered it up. That's the danger. And now they're paying. Say the stock market, which is most interesting. What's going on says the losses to Johnson and Johnson? Could be as high as forty seven billion dollars almost as much as the cost. For us to survive wildfires in two thousand whoever their insurance company is gonna probably go out of business too. Well, the thing is is industry will do anything. Again, emphasize, something this is not a conspiracy just business. And what you wanna do is is you wanna make your product as favorable as possible to the, of course, even if involves line high in the facts and the death of thousands of people from messes of ovarian cancer stomach cancer and diseases associated known to be caused by. And I see these methods Lioma commercials for law firms all over the place these days. Oh. The reason is and the reason that Johnson Johnson. So scared is that every lawsuits that is won by a woman filed against Johnson, courage is other women to step forward with the same kind of suit lower these most of these suits with the talcum powder or because they ate it. No in the rice the baby powder. This whole rice thing was forgotten forty-one check. No have they stopped putting this stuff in the baby powder. It's still Johnson Johnson baby powder. But it's still without. You cannot mind talk without mining fiber still doing it. George. They're chemically the same structure the phone in the same deposits once the fiber four months, soft amorphous fall. They're the same thing. What do they think it's cheaper to pay the lawsuits than keep producing this product? Why don't they just stopped the product? They they want for forty one years forty one years ago what I wrote and did made national headlines. So they for forty one years how much money has also made sewing known carcinogens to people all over the world. No in carcinogens. Do these cases go to quarter to they settle? They let the court the court twenty two women.

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600 WREC

14:17 min | 3 years ago

"george chaplin" Discussed on 600 WREC

"His website is linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. John so many things to talk with you about. But I want to pick your brain again about your book the starched solution. I mean, this is contrary to what so many other dietitians say tell us about this. I mean, you say, you know, eat potatoes rice pasta, and you'll be fine. Go ahead. Well. Thank you for the opportunity up. It's a very simple thing that people can prove themselves, whether they're religious followers, whether they're epidemiologists, geographers historians. It doesn't make any difference. If you look back over human history. What you find is that all large successful populations of people have a pain the ball 'cause they're Keller's starch. Well, we're talking about here obviously samples like, for example, the aspects of my notice the people the corn corn for thirteen centuries. They fought battles they competing athletic events. They reproduce children for thirteen hundred years on a diet based on corn. You look at the Incas. There's a population that lived on potatoes, except when they went to battle. Then they took key wa because it was. Harry. I mean, take a look at the Asian. So even in our memory charge ninety percent of the diet of an Asian typically, we think of as rice, that's right? And we could go on and on there's an undeniable historical epidemiological fact that no one can get around. And that is that all large successful populations of people throughout all of their fiber history. Have a paid the bulk of their calories from starch? So why all of a sudden have we become carnivores? You know, why have what we all of a sudden be become omnivores that can eat any basically anything, you know, there. There is a diet. That's best suits people Khatri what a lot of people associated with me. And my name that doesn't necessarily have to be vegan diet as a matter of fact, I go to great effort to tell people that I'm not of the what I do is. I tell people that they should have paid the bulk of their calories starch how much well typically issued before nineteen eighty ninety percent of their diet with white rice ninety percent of the food white. Terrible terrible. Excuse me. White rice it okay for the Japanese during World War Two. And in Vietnam. The rice eaters. Made notable challenge car power didn't they so you know, you can't stand back and deny all of history all geography all of religious teachers, and basically all the sides and go and say that we are supposed to died. A breed butter cheese. How how does science go against what you say in Intel people, you know, if you're pre diabetic stay away from Bryce and pastas, and all this stuff totally contrary to what you're saying. Why did they do this? Well, it's also contrary to what the research says the basic research was done before the nineteen eighties. When we had researchers such a guy named Percival hymns with did the basic studies on the effect of food on blood sugar or his protege Shirley Sweeney, nineteen twenty seven publishes result. On his medical students where he took healthy medical students, and he died it was very high in fat, and they became all the became diabetic. And then he said the diet that was like eighty ninety percent sugar and the all remain non diabetic so hymns worth he published. I mean, this is the father diabetes, he publishes work in the British medical journal as best and finest article in nineteen forty the debate should over then in nineteen forty when he made his publication hymns worth it. But you know, for most of the reasons all them economical. Somehow the truth has been lost. I'll have to say George before nineteen eighty which allow things happen. Then we had CNN news worldwide news. Disseminate information and probably excetera a lot of things happened in nineteen eighty but in nineteen eighty the food industry figured out that they had to fight hard to maintain their position. And this is based largely upon what happened in nineteen sixty four which is when Luther Terry the surgeon general the United States with the surgeon general's report on smoking and health. He basically Luther Terry single handedly put tobacco industry out of business in the US. We went from us smokey population of half the people to wear the twenty percent of the people in the US now smoke now the food industry. I saw this happen to big alcohol and to big tobacco. And they said to never gonna let this happen to them. So what they started doing in the nineteen eighties. Starting by the research. They bought the researchers, and they bought them with contracts stipulated that they wouldn't be allowed to publish the data and less the funding company approved of the results. I mean, that's how they started out, and they sent their lobbyists. They sent their money. They did everything they could to not end up like big tobacco and sad to say, George. They have one to date. They shouldn't have won because nineteen seventy seven the dietary goals who put up George McGovern, which again was the. Waterloo for the food industry. It was the time when everything should have changed did with big tobacco. But it did not know it did not. In fact, they were smart enough the food is of course, far bigger than tobacco industry's they were smart enough. And they realized the threat was so serious that they had to put every possible effort behind keeping the product selling even to the point of lying to the public which brings us to the topic that I hope excited you in terms of having Megan guest, which I very much appreciate and that's the subject of Johnson and Johnson beat sued over baby powder. That you were the whistle blower. How did that happen? Well, let me tell you what I established the importance many listeners may have let this piece of news go by so many horrible things happening in the world today. This is just a minor one. It may put Johnson's Johnson company out of business protections are as high as forty seven. As well. Just consider last year. Twenty two women filed a lawsuit which resulted in I four point billion dollar award. Yeah. Twenty two women who sue Johnson's Johnson last year got twenty two billion dollars or four four point seven billion dollars in the loss of well. Call I suppose this it was a rather innocent thing, I was just finishing that residency training in Hawaii. I was at the John burns school of medicine and a lot of newspaper articles be published at that time about the aspects in the school room walls, and how the workers shipyard workers during World War Two were exposed to specis and all the sickness, Bob. The lung cancer called midst almost you'll Varian cancers, stomachaches, etc. They were terribly large about this. So what I did as an innocent young doctor is I wrote a letter to the editor of the Honolulu advertiser star bulletin, and I said, why are you so upset about the school? Room walls, and the shipyard workers when every day in the state of Hawaii people are eating a million pounds tons. I have no idea. What the correct figure is of s bestest every day on their tell code right now, George I waited for a month for that letter to the drill here and in never appeared. So I called the socio editor. And I said, where's my editorial? He said what we what upset people? Justice which we don't believe is true, by the way. So anyways, I got off the phone. I called George Chaplin who happened to be the editor for advertisers star bulletin time, and George I started having the simple conversation finally got around to me asking him, very important question are you on newspaper. What is your job is it to defend businesses or to defend the people white and George Chaplin mystery chaplain? He agreed that they weren't filling their newspaper in other words, telling both sides of the story. So what they did next George is. They got the rice industry side of the story. And this is always done. You get somebody who tries to tell the truth even a maverick. Even if he doesn't agree with establishment what they do is the dairy industry meat industry or car industry backwards or whatever they get to spin doctors working they get again upon them. Yeah. Really? They just have all the resources they have the money. All we have is truth and success. So what they did is they published article. I ask your producers to put that that are up. It was in the nineteen seventy eight I have a copy not say by the from the fire jar, Jack I had to get it from the advertiser. Right. Well, they still had it. They haven't they are crabs. So I asked you producers to put that up where there's a debate over aspect is being Intel code rights, and they brought in the rights company telling you know, basic saying, I was a liar. And I was. Uninformed and etc. You know, the usual contra attack. So I I would act a chaplain. And I said, you know, even though you're a newspaper you try to be fair. You haven't told the truth he says, well, you who that there's s bestest in the rice in Hawaii. See what they do is to make white rice. You have to take the Colonel off. So you turn from Brown rice into white rice, and that lease it voluble to Furman which eat up the white rice, so to protect the rights from deterioration from bowls, etc. What they do is coat it with glucose and tell so what people don't realize which Johnson Johnson lawsuit is brought out. And in fact, most of the attorneys that have been on the defensive side pointed out that you cannot mind tell without mine NS pestis and baby powder is Telcom powder. So the way it works is this. Is the mineral is actually they'd be better off, by the way with cornstarch wouldn't they well probably glucose, the both chemically both of the same one the more form, which is called tell the other is the fibers form, which is called specis. You cannot mind help without mining s best as a matter of fact, they estimate fibers particles and every tiny bit of rice consumed now the so anyway. I had to prove here. I was a starving rented make it a lot twelve thousand dollars a year. And I had to prove that there was as best as the in the Tel authorize in Hawaii. So I hired higher because they couldn't afford him. But they were willing to hear the services three independent laboratories. They went to various stores in Hawaii and bought rice in every single sample. They found s bestest in huge God. No, they printed that that's the second article. I sent to your producers if they so choose wanna put it up on your website, which is by the way, next website, put up your website. So they could see these articles that were written the bottom line. This is whole thing. Georgia's within a year. You could no longer by tell coated rice. Remember, this is forty one years ago was this all over the country just Hawaii that they're selling the stuff. Well, this is the the end line of the story within a year. The you could no longer buy telco to rice in Hawaii, California or Puerto Rico. They and their the words hell coated rice disappeared from the marketplace in nineteen eighty one year after I wrote the article now, it's says in the lawsuits against Johnson. Does they've known for forty years about the presence of aspects Intel. It's always there. It's never not. They've known about that for forty years. And they've lied about it, they covered it up. That's the danger. And now they're paying a price. You say the stock market, which is most interesting. What's going on says, it's a losses to Johnson and Johnson could be as high as forty seven billion dollars almost as much as a cost. I to survive the wildfires in to whoever their insurance company is gonna probably go out of business too. Well, you know. The thing is is industry will do anything. Again, emphasize, something this is not a conspiracy just business. And what you wanna do is is you wanna make your product as favorable as possible to the consumer. Of course, even if involved line..

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"george chaplin" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

14:19 min | 3 years ago

"george chaplin" Discussed on KTRH

"Website is linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. John so many things to talk with you about. But I want to pick your brain again about your book, the starch solution in this is contrary to what so many other dietitians say tell us about this. I mean, you say, you know, eat potatoes rice pasta, and you'll be fine. Go ahead. Well, you know, I think if the opportunity up it's a very simple thing that people can prove themselves, whether they're religious followers, whether they're FDR colleges, geographers historians. It doesn't make any difference. If you look back over human history. What you find is that all large successful populations of people have obtained the ball because they're Keller's starch. Well, we're talking about here. Obviously samples like, for example, the. Aspects Mayans notice the people the corn corn for thirteen centuries. They fought battles. They competed in athletic events. They reproduce children for thirteen hundred years on a diet based on corn. You look at the Incas. There's a population that lived up potatoes, except when they went to battle. Then they took Kita wa because it was in Harry, take a look at the Asian. So even in our memory charge ninety percent of the diet of an Asian typically, we think of as rice, that's right? And we could go off, and there's an undeniable historical epidemiological fact that no one can get around. And that is that all large successful populations of people throughout all of their fiber. History. Have paid the bulk of their calories from starch? So why all of a sudden have we become carnivores? You know, why have what we all of a sudden become omnivores? They can eat any basically anything, you know there. There is a diet. That's best suits people contrary to what a lot of people associated with me. And my name that doesn't necessarily have to be vegan diet is a matter of fact, I go to great effort to tell people that I'm not the what I do is. I tell people that they should have paid the bulk of their Keller's starch how much well typically issued before nineteen eighty ninety percent of their diet with white rice ninety percent of the food. You white. Rice terrible terrible, excuse me. White rice it okay for the Japanese or World War Two. And in Vietnam. The rice eaters. Later. Notable challenge to our power didn't they so you know, you can't stand back and deny all of history all geography all of religious teachies, and basically all the sides and go and say that we are supposed to died. A breed butter and cheese or how how does science go against what you say in Intel people, you know, if you're pre diabetic stay away from Bryson pastas and all this stuff. Totally contrary to what you're saying. Why did they do this? Well, it's also contrary to what the research says the basic research was done before the nineteen eighties. When we had is such a guy named Percival hymns with did the basic studies on the effect of food on blood sugar or his protege surely Sweeney, nineteen twenty seven publishes results on its medical students where he took healthy medical students. And he said diet was very high in fat, and they became all the became diabetic. And then he said the diet it was like eighty ninety percent sugar and the all remain non diabetic so hymns worth he published. I mean, this is the father diabetes. He probably is working the British medical journal as best and finest article in nineteen forty the debates should over then in nineteen forty when he made his publication hymns worth did. But you know, for most of the reasons all them economical. Somehow the truth has been lost. I'll have to say George since nineteen eighty which allow things happen. Then we had CNN news worldwide. News, disseminates information and travel excetera. A lot of things happened in nineteen eighty but in nineteen eighty the food industry figured out that they had to fight hard to maintain their position. And this is based largely upon what happened in nineteen sixty four which is when Luther Terry the surgeon general did I states with the Sergio report on. The smoking and health. He basically Luther Terry single handedly put tobacco industry out of business in the US. We went from us spoke population of half the people to wear twenty percent of the people in the US now smoke now the food industry. They saw this happen to big alcohol and big tobacco. And they said they never gonna let this happen them. So what they started doing in the nineteen eighties. Starting buying the research. They bought the researchers, and they bought them with contracts stipulated that they wouldn't that be allowed to publish the data and less the funding company approved of the results. I mean, that's how they started out. They sent their lobbyists. They sent their money. They did everything they could end up like big tobacco and sad to say, George. They have one today they shouldn't have won because in nineteen seventy seven dietary goals who put up George McGovern, which again was the Waterloo for the food industry. It was the time when everything should have changed like did with big tobacco. But it did not know it did not. In fact, they were smart enough the food industry, of course, they're far bigger than the tobacco alcohol industries. They were smart enough. And they realized the threat was so serious that they had to put every possible effort behind keeping the product selling even to the point of lying to the public which brings us to the topic that I hope excited you in terms of having Megan guess, which I very much appreciate. And that's the subject of Johnson and Johnson beat. It soon over baby powder. That you were the whistle blower. How did that happen? Well, let me tell you what I established the importance many listeners may have let this piece of news go by so many horrible things happening in the world today. This is just a minor one. It may put Johnson Johnson company out of business. So the protections are as high as forty seven billion dollars as I lost. Well, just consider last year. Twenty two women filed a lawsuit which resulted I four point billion dollar award. Yeah. Twenty two women who sue Johnson Johnson last year got twenty two billion dollars or four four point seven billion dollars in a lawsuit. Well, call I suppose this it was a rather innocent thing. I was just an issue that residency training in Hawaii. I was at the John burns school of medicine. And there are a lot of newspaper articles be published at that time about the aspects. In the school room walls, and how how the workers shipyard workers during World War Two were exposed to specis and all of a sickness, Bob. The lung cancer is called almost he'll Varian cancers, stomach cancers, etc. They were terribly alarmed about this. So what I did as an innocent young doctor is I wrote a letter to the editor of the hot a little advertiser star bulletin, and I said, why are you so upset about the school room walls, and the shipyard workers when every day in the state of Hawaii people are eating a million pounds tons. I have no idea what the correct figure is s bestest every day on their telco to rice. Now, George I waited for a month for that letter to the drill here and in never appeared. So I called associate editor. And I said, where's my editorial? He said what we what upset? People. Aspect which we don't believe is true, by the way. So anyways, I got off the phone. I call George Chaplin who happened to be the editor for the advertisers star bulletin the time, and I started having the simple conversation finally got around to me asking him, very important question. Are you on newspapers? What is your job is it defense businesses or to defend the people why and George Chaplin, Mr. chaplain? He agreed that they weren't fulfilling their newspaper in other words, telling both sides of the story. So what they did next George is. They got the rice industry side of the story. And this is what's always done. Yeah. You get somebody who tries to tell the truth. Even if he's a maverick, even if he doesn't agree with his stablishment what they do is the dairy industry meat industry or car industry, baggage or whatever they get their spin doctors working they get a game upon them. Yeah. Really? They just have all the research. They have the money. All we have is truth and success. So what they did is they published an article I ask your producers to put that that are up. It was in the nineteen seventy eight I to have a copy not say by the from the fire Georgia I had to get it from the advertiser. Right. Well, they still had they haven't they are crabs. So I ask you producers to put that out of up where there's a debate over aspect as being Intel core rice, and they brought in the rights company telling you know, basic say, I was a liar. And I was. Uninformed and etc. You know, the usual contra attack. So I would that Mr. chaplain. And I said, you don't even though you're newspaper you try to be fair. You haven't told the truth? He says well you prove that there's s bestest in the rice in Hawaii. See what they do is to make white rice. You have to take the Colonel off. So you turn it from Brown rice into white rice? And that leaves it vulnerable to vermin, which eat up the white rice, so to protect the rights from deterioration from bowls, etc. What they do is they coat it with glucose and tell. So what people don't realize which Johnson. The lawsuit is brought out. And in fact, most of the attorneys that have been on the defense side pointed out that you cannot mind tell without mine NS pestis and baby powder is Telcom powder. So the way it works is this is the mineral is actually they'd be better off, by the way with cornstarch wouldn't they well, probably because the both chemically both the same one is the more form, which is called tell the other is the fibers form, which is called specis. You cannot mind help without mining s Bessis a matter of fact, they estimate. Fibers particles and every tiny bit of rice consumed now the so anyway. I had to prepare. I was starving make making twelve thousand dollars a year. And I had to prove that there was as best as the in the Tel authorize in Hawaii. So I hired by higher 'cause they couldn't afford them. But they were willing to volunteer their services three independent laboratories they went to various stores in Hawaii and bought rice in every single sample. They found aspects in huge God. No, they printed it, and that's the second article. I sent to your producers if they choose wanna put it up on your website, which is by the way, an exit website, put up your website. So they can see these articles that were written the bottom line. This is whole thing. Georgia's within a year. You could no longer by tell coated rice. Remember, this is forty one years ago. Was this all over the country just Hawaii that they were selling this stuff? No, this is the end line of the story within a year. The you could no longer by tell coated rice in Hawaii, California or Puerto Rico. They and their the words hell coated rice disappeared from the marketplace in nineteen eighty one year after I wrote the article now, it's says in the lawsuits against Johnson Johnson. Does they've known for forty years about the presence of aspects Intel. It's always there. It's never not. They've known about that for forty years. And they've lied about it. They've covered it up. It's the danger and they're paying a price. Yup. Say the stock market, which is most interesting. What's going on says, it's a losses to Johnson and Johnson could be as high as forty seven billion dollars almost as much as a cost. I to survive wildfires. Whoever their insurance company is gonna probably go out of business too. Well. The thing is is industry will do anything. Again. We're an emphasis something this is not a conspiracy just business. What you wanna do is is you wanna make your product favorables possible to the Kosovo? Of course, even if involved line high in the facts and the death.

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"george chaplin" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

14:17 min | 3 years ago

"george chaplin" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Is linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. John so many things to talk with you about. But I want to pick your brain again about your book the starch solution. I mean, this is contrary to what so many other dietitians say tell us about this. I mean, you say, you know, eat potatoes rice pasta, and you'll be fine. Go ahead. Well, I thank you for the opportunity up. It's a very simple thing that people can prove themselves, whether they're religious followers, whether they're epidemiologist thaw, geographers historians. It doesn't make any difference. If you look back over human history. What you find is that all large successful populations of people have a pain because they're Keller's starch what we're talking about here. Offi samples like, for example, the. Aspects of Mayans notice the people the corn corn for thirteen century. They fought battles they competing events. They reproduce children for thirteen hundred years on a diet based on corn. You look at the Incas. There's a population that lived up potatoes, except when they went to battle than they took keyed wa because it was. Take a look at the Asians, even in our memory. George ninety percent of the diet of an Asian typically, we think of as rice that's right up, and we could go there's an undeniable historical epidemiological fact that no one can get around. And that is that all large successful populations of people throughout all verify -able history have paid the bulk of their calories from starch. So why all of a sudden have we become carnivores? You know, why have what we all of a sudden be become omnivores? They can eat any basically anything, you know there. There is a diet. That's Bessis people contrary to what a lot of people associated with me in my name that doesn't necessarily have to be vegan diet as a matter of fact, I go to great effort to tell people that I'm not of the what I do is. I tell people that they should have paid the bulk of their. Keller's starch how much well a typical Asian before nineteen eighty ninety percent of their diet with white rice ninety percent of the food. Got white rice. Terrible terrible. Excuse me. Hey, white rice it, okay? For the Japanese during World War Two and in Vietnam. The rice eaters. Made a notable challenge to our power. Didn't they so, you know, you can't stand back and deny all history all geography all of religious, and basically all the science and go and say that we are supposed to died. A breed butter cheese or how how does science go against what you say in Intel people, you know, if you're pre diabetic stay away from Bryson pastas, and all this stuff totally country to what you're saying. Why did they do this? Well, it's also contrary to what the research says the basic research was done before the nineteen eighties. When we had researchers such the guy names up Percival hymns with did the basic studies on the effect of food on blood. Or his project. Yaw surely Sweeney, nineteen twenty seven publishes results on its medical students where he took healthy medical students, and he fed on the diet was very high in fat, and they became all the became diabetic. And then he fed on the diet. It was like eighty ninety percent sugar and the all remain non diabetic so hymns worth he published. I mean, this is the father diabetes, he publishes work in the British medical journal as best and finest article in nineteen forty the debate should over then in nineteen forty when he made his publication hymns worth did. But you know, for most of the reasons them economical somehow the truth has been lost. I'll have to say George booth since nineteen eighty which allow things happen. Then we had CNN news worldwide news. Disseminate information and travel excetera. A lot of things happened in nineteen eighty but in nineteen eighty the food industry figured out that they had to fight hard to maintain their position. And this is based largely upon what happened in nineteen sixty four which is when Luther Terry the surgeon general the United States wrote the surgeon shows report on smoking and health. He basically Luther Terry single handedly put tobacco industry out of business in the US. We went from us smokey population of half people to wear the twenty percent of the people in the US now smoke now the food industry. They saw this happen to big alcohol and to big tobacco. And they said they never gonna let this happen to them. So what they started doing in the nineteen eighties. Starting buying the research. They bought the researchers, and they bought them with contracts stipulated that they would not be allowed to publish the data and less the funding company approved of the results. I mean, that's how they started out, and they sent their lobbyists. They sent their money. They did everything they could to not end up like big tobacco and sad to say, George. They have one date. They shouldn't have won because nineteen seventy seven the dietary goals will put up George McGovern, which again was the. Waterloo is the food industry. It was the time when everything's changed like did with big tobacco. But it did not know it did not. In fact, they were smarter the food, of course, they're far bigger than the tobacco industry's. They were smart enough. And they realized the threat was so serious that they had to put every possible effort behind keeping the product selling even to the point of lying to the public which brings us to the topic that I hope excited you in terms of having me again on guest, which I very much appreciate. And that's the subject of Johnson Johnson being sued over baby powder. That you were the whistle blower. How did that happen? Well, let me tell you I established the importance many of your listeners may have let this piece of news go by so many horrible things happening in the world today. This is just a minor one. It may Johnson Johnson company out of business. The projections are as high as forty seven. Well, just consider last year. Twenty two women filed a lawsuit which resulted in I four point bay dollar award. Yeah. Twenty two women who sue Johnson Johnson last year got twenty two billion dollars or four four point seven billion dollars in a lawsuit. Well, collie expose this. It was a rather innocent thing. I was just an issue residency training in Hawaii. The John burns school of medicine and a lot of newspaper articles be published at that time about the aspects in the school room walls, and how the workers shipyard workers during World War Two were exposed to us and all the sickness, Bob. The lung cancers called almost you'll Varian cancers, stomach cancers, etc. They were terribly alarmed about this. So what I did as an innocent young doctor is I wrote a letter to the editor of the Honolulu advertiser star bulletin, and I said, why are you so upset about the school? Room walls, and the shipyard workers when every day in the state of Hawaii people are eating a million pounds tons. I have no idea what the correct is of aspects every day, tell coated rice now, George I waited for a month for that letter to the editor Pierre and it never appeared. So I called the socio editor. And I said, where's my aditorial? He said what we what upset people? Which we don't believe is true, by the way. So anyway, I got off the phone. I call George Chaplin who happened to be the editor for the advertisers star bulletins that time, and I started having the simple conversation. I finally got around to me asking him, very important question. Are you on newspapers? What is your job is it to defend businesses or to defend the people white and George Chaplin, Mr. chaplain? He agreed that they weren't fulfilling their newspaper in other words, telling both sides of the story. So what they did next George is. They got the rice industry side of the story. And this is always done. You get somebody tries to tell the truth even. Even if he doesn't agree with establishment what they do is the dairy industry meat industry or car industry, or whatever they get their spin doctors working in a game upon them. Yep. Really, they just have all the resources they have the money. All we have is truth and success. So what they did is they published an article I ask your producers to put that that are up. It was in the nineteen seventy eight I have a copy not say by the from the fire, George actually, I had to get it from the advertiser. Right. Well, they still had tribes. So I ask producers to put that article up where there's a debate over aspect is being Intel code rights, and they brought in the rights company telling you know, basically saying, I was a liar. Uninformed and etc. You know, the usual contra attack. So I would act to Mr. chaplain. And I said, you know, even though you're a newspaper you tried to be fair. You haven't told the truth? He says well you prove that there's s Bessis in the rice in Hawaii. See what they do is make white rice you have to take the Colonel off. So you turn it from Brown rice into white rice and that lease it vulnerable to Furman, which eat up the white rice, so to protect the rights from deterioration from bowls, etc. What they do is coated with glucose and tell. So what people don't realize Johnson Johnson lawsuit is brought out. And in fact, most of the attorneys that have been on the fence side pointed out that you cannot mind tell without mining enough pestis and baby powder is talcum powder. So the way it works is this is the mineral is actually they'd be better off, by the way with cornstarch wouldn't they well probably glucose, the both chemically both of the same one more form, which is called tell the other is the fibers form, which is called specis. You cannot mind help without mining s best as a matter of fact, they estimate of fibers particles and every tiny bit of rice consumed now the so anyway. I had to prove here. I was starving. Rented make twelve thousand dollars a year. And I had to prove that there was s bestest on the in the Tel on the rice in Hawaii. So I hired higher because they couldn't afford him. But they were willing to volunteer their services three independent laboratories they went to various stores in Hawaii and bought rice in every single sample. They found aspects in huge God. No, they printed in a second article. I sent to your producers if they so choose wanna put it up on your website, which is by the way, next website, put up your website. So they can see these articles that were written. But the bottom line is this whole thing Georgia. Within a year. You could no longer by tell coated rice. Remember, this is forty one years ago was this all over the country just Hawaii that they're selling this stuff. This is the the end line of the story within a year. The you could no longer buy telco to rice in Hawaii, California or Puerto Rico. They and their the worst hell coated rice disappeared from the marketplace in nineteen eighty one year after I wrote the articles now it's says in the lawsuits against Johnson. Does they've known for forty years about the presence of aspects Intel. It's always there. It's never not. They've known about that for forty years. And they've lied about it. They've covered it up. That's the danger. And now they're paying a price. Say the stock market, which is most interesting. What's going on says, it's a losses to Johnson and Johnson? Could be as high forty seven billion dollars almost as much as the cost. I survive wildfires into whoever their insurance company is gonna probably go out of business too. Well. Well, the thing is is industry will do anything. And again, we're emphasize something this is not a conspiracy just business. And what you wanted to is is you wanna make your product as favorable as possible to the consumer. Of course, even if line high in.

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"george chaplin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

14:56 min | 3 years ago

"george chaplin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Website is linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. John so many things to talk with you about. But I want to pick your brain again about your book the starch solution. This is contrary to what so many other dietitians say tell us about this. I mean, you say, you know, eat potatoes rice pasta, and you'll be fine. Go ahead. Well, I think if the opportunity. It's a very simple thing. If people can prove themselves, whether they're religious followers, whether they're epidemiologists geographers historians that doesn't make any difference. If you look back over human history. What you find is that all large successful populations of people have obtained the ball 'cause they're Keller's starch. Well, we're talking about here. Offi six Apple's like, for example, the aspects of my notice the people the corn corn for thirteen centuries. They fought battles they competing athletic events. They reproduce children for thirteen hundred years on a diet based on corn. You look at the Incas. There's a population that lived up potatoes, except when they're at the battle, then they took keyed wa because Jerry take a look at the Asian even in our memory charge ninety percent of the diet of an Asian typically, we think of as rice, that's right. And we could go there's an undeniable historical epidemiological fact that no one can get around. And that is that all large successful populations of people throughout all verify -able history have paid the bulk of their calories from starch. So why all of a sudden have we become carnivores? You know, why have what we all of a sudden become off numbers that can eat any basically anything, you know, there. There is a diet. That's best suits people contrary to what a lot of people associated with me. And my name that doesn't necessarily have to be vegan diet is a matter of fact, I go to great effort to tell people that I'm not the what I do is. I tell people that they should have paid the bulk of their calories starch how much well typically before nineteen eighty ninety percent of their diet with white rice ninety percent of the food white. Terrible terrible excuse. Hey. White rice it okay for the Japanese during World War Two. And in Vietnam. The rice eaters. Later. Notable challenge car power didn't they so you know, you can't stand back and deny all of history all geography all of religious teachies, and basically all the sides and go and say that we are. Supposed to died. A breed butter cheese or how how does science go against what you say. And and tell people, you know, if you're pre diabetic stay away from rice, and pastas, and all this stuff, totally contrary to what you're saying. Why did they do this? Well, it's also contrary to what the research says the basic research was done before the nineteen eighties. When we had researchers such a guy names up Percival hymns with the basic studies on the effect of food on blood sugar or his Shirley Sweeney, nineteen twenty seven publishes results on its medical students where he took healthy medical students. And instead of a diet was very high in fat, and they became all them became diabetic. And then he said diet that was like eighty ninety percent sugar. And the all remain non diabetic so him worth he published. I mean, this is the. A father diabetes. He publishes working pretty medical journal as best and finest article in nineteen forty the debate over then in nineteen forty went. He made his publication hymns worth did. But you know, for most of the reasons all of them, the economical. Somehow the truth. That's been lost have to say George since nineteen eighty which allow things happen. Then we had CNN news worldwide news. Disseminate information and travel excetera a lot of things happened in nineteen eighty but in nineteen eighty the the food industry figured out that they had to fight hard to maintain their position. And this is based largely upon what happened in nineteen sixty four which is when Luther Terry the surgeon general the United States. The report on smoking and health. He basically Luther Terry single handedly put tobacco industry out of business in the US. We went from smoking population of half the people to where the twenty percent of the people in the US now smoke now the food industry, they saw this happened to big alcohol and tobacco. And they said they never gonna let this happen to them. So what they started doing in the nineteen eighties. Starting buying the research. They bought the researchers, and they bought them with contracts stipulated that they wouldn't be allowed to publish the data and less the funding company approved of the results. I mean, that's how they helped they sent their lobbyists. They sent their money. They did everything they could not end up like big tobacco at sad to say, George. They have one today they shouldn't have won because nineteen seventy seven the dietary goals put up George McGovern, which again was the. Waterloo for the food industry. It was the time when everything's should have changed like did with big tobacco. But it did not know it did not. In fact, they were smart enough the food, of course, they're far bigger than the tobacco or alcohol industries. They were smart enough. And they realized the threat was so serious that they had to put every possible effort behind keeping the product selling even to the point of lying to the public which brings us to the topic that I hope excited you in terms of having made honestly guest, which I very much appreciate that's the subject of Johnson and Johnson beat sued over baby powder that you were the whistle blower. How did that happen? Well, let me tell you I established the importance many of your listeners may have let this piece of news go by so many horrible things happening in the world today. This is just a minor one. It may put Johnson. Johnson company out of business of protections are as high as forty seven billion dollars as well. Just consider last year. Twenty two women filed a lawsuit which resulted in I four point bay dollar award. Yeah. Twenty two women who sue Johnson Johnson. Last year got twenty two billion dollars or four four point seven billion dollars. In a lawsuit. Well, I suppose this it was a rather innocent thing, I was just finishing residency training in Hawaii. I was at the John school of medicine and a lot of newspaper articles be published at that time about the aspects in the school room walls, and how how the workers shipyard workers during World War Two were exposed to specis and all the sickness Bob, the lung cancers called nets almost he'll Varian cats, stomachaches, etc. They were terribly longer about this. So what I did as an innocent young doctor as I wrote a letter to the editor of the Honolulu advertiser star Bolton. And I said, why are you so upset about the school room walls and the shipyard workers when every day in the state of Hawaii people are eating a million. Pounds tons. I have no idea. What the correct figure is of aspects every day onto tell coated right now, George I waited for a month for that letter to the drill here, and it never appeared. So I called the socio editor, and I said, where's my toil? He said what we upset people. Estes, which we don't believe is true, by the way. So anyways, I got off the phone. I call George Chaplin who happened to be the editor for advertisers star bulletin time. And I started having the simple conversation. They finally got around to me asking him, very important question are you on newspaper. What is your job is it defense businesses or to defend the people white and George Chaplin Chaplin? He agreed that they weren't filling their newspaper in other words both sides of. So what they did next George is. They got the rice industry side of the story. And this is what always done you get somebody tries to tell the truth even a maverick. Even if he doesn't agree with stablishment what they do as the dairy industry meat industry or car industry, or whatever they get to spin doctors working in a game upon them. Yeah. Really? They just have all the resources they have the money. All we have is true success. So what they did is they published an article I ask your producers to put that that are up. It was the nineteen seventy eight I have a copy not saved by the from the fire charge. Actually, I had to get it from the advertiser. Right. They still had it. They had the archives. So I asked producers to put that article up where there's a debate over aspects being Intel code rice. And they've brought in the rights company telling you know, basically saying, I was a liar. And I was. Uninformed and etc. You know, the usual contra attack. So I would act a chaplain. And I said, you know, even though you're a newspaper you try to be fair. You haven't told the truth he says, well, you prove that there's s bestest in the rice in Hawaii. See what they do is to make white rice. You have to take the Colonel off. So you turn it from broad rice into white rice and that lease at Balmoral to Furman which eat up the white rice, so to protect the rights from deterioration from mold etc. What they coat it with glose and tell so what people don't realize which Johnson's out. The lawsuit is brought out. And in fact, most of the attorneys that have been on the defense side have pointed out that you cannot mind help without mine enough pestis and baby powder talcum powder. So the way it works is this is the mineral is actually they'd be better off, by the way with cornstarch wouldn't they well probably glucose, the both chemically both the same one of the more form, which is called tell the other is the fibers form, which is called specis. You cannot mine. Mind help without mining s best as a matter of fact, they estimate man of fibers particles in every tiny bit of rice consumed now the hope anyway. I had to prepare. I was starving resident making twelve thousand dollars a year. And I had to prove that it was best to the in the Tel authorize in Hawaii. So I hired by didn't hire couldn't afford them. But they were willing to volunteer their services three independent laboratories they went to various stores in Hawaii and bought rice in every single sample. They found aspects in huge God. Now, they printed that and that's the second article. I sent to your producers if they so choose to put it up on your website, which is by the way, next website, put up your website. So they can see articles that were written. But the bottom line. This is whole thing. Georgia's within a year. You could no longer by tell coated rice. Remember, this is forty one years ago. Now was this all over the country or just Hawaii that they're selling the stuff? No. This is the end line of the story within a year. The you could no longer by tell coated rice in Hawaii, California or Puerto Rico. They tell coated rice disappeared from the marketplace in nineteen eighty one year after I wrote the article now, it's says in the lawsuits against Johnson. Does they've known for forty years about the presence of specis Intel. It's always there. It's never not. They've known about that for forty years. And they've lied about it. They covered it up. That's the danger. And now they're paying a price. Yup. Let's say the stock market, which is most interesting. What's going on says that the losses to Johnson could be as high as forty seven billion dollars almost as much as the cost? To survive wildfires. Whoever their insurance company is gonna probably go out of business too. Well. Well, the thing is is industry will do anything. And again, we're precise something this is not a conspiracy just business. And what you wanna do is is you wanna make your product as favorable as possible to the console, of course, even if that involved line high in fat act of thousands of people from. Ovarian cancer stomach cancer and diseases associated known to be caused by ESTES. And I see these methods Lioma commercials for law firms all over the place. Oh. The reason is and the reason that Johnson so scared is that every lawsuit that is won by a woman filed against Johnson, courage is other women to step forward with the same kind of sue now are these most of these suits with the Telcom powder or because they ate it..

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14:17 min | 3 years ago

"george chaplin" Discussed on KTOK

"His website is linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. John so many things to talk with you about. But I want to kick your brain again about your book the starched solution. I mean, this is contrary to what so many other dietitians say tell us about this. I mean, you say, you know, eat potatoes rice pasta, and you'll be fine. Go ahead. Well, thank you for the opportunity up. Yeah. It's a very simple thing that people can prove themselves, whether they're religious followers, whether they're epidemiologist. Aw, geographers historians. It doesn't make any difference. If you look back over human history. What you find is that all large successful populations of people have a pain the ball because they're Keller's starch. Well, we're talking about here. Obviously samples like, for example, the aspects of Mayans were notice the people the corn corn for thirteen centuries. They fought battles. They competed athletic events. They reproduce children for thirteen hundred years on a diet based on corn. You look at the Incas. There's a population that lived on potatoes, except when they went to battle. Then they took key wa because it was. Harry, let me take a look at the Asia. Even in our memory charge ninety percent of the diet of an Asian typically, we think of as rice that's right up, and we could go on and on there's an undeniable historical epidemiological fact that no one can get around. And that is that all large successful populations of people throughout all of their fiber. History have paid the bulk of their Keller's from starch. So why all of a sudden have we become carnivores? You know, why have what we all of a sudden be become omnivores that can eat any basically anything, you know, there. There is a diet that best suits people. Caught trade. What a lot of people associated with me in my name that doesn't necessarily have to be a vegan diet as a matter of fact, I go to great effort to tell people that I'm not of the what I do is. I tell people that they should obtain the bulk of their. Keller's starch how much well typically before nineteen eighty ninety percent of their diet with white rice ninety percent of the food white rice. Terrible terrible excuse. White rice it okay for the Japanese during World War Two. And in Vietnam. The rice eaters. Made a notable challenge car power. Didn't they so you know, you can't stand back and deny all of history all geography all of religious teachers, and basically all the sides and go and say that we are supposed to died. A breed butter cheese or how how does science go against what you say in Intel people, you know, if you're pre diabetic stay away from rice, and pastas and all the stuff totally contrary to what you're saying. Why did they do this? Well, it's also contrary to what the research says the basic research was done before the nineteen eighties. When we had researches such a guy named Percival hymns with did the basic studies on the effect of food on blood or his protege, Shirley Sweeney, nineteen twenty seven publishes result. On his medical students where he took healthy medical students. And he said it was very high in fat, and they became all the became diabetic. And then he fed a diet that was like eighty ninety percent sugar. And the all remain non diabetic so him worth. He published mean this the father, diabetes, he publishes work in the British medical journal as best and finest article in nineteen forty the debate should over then in nineteen forty went. He made his publication hymns worth did. But you know, for most two reasons all of them economical. Somehow the truth has been lost. I'll have to say George booth since nineteen eighty which allow things happen. Then we had CNN news worldwide news. Disseminate information and travel excetera a lot of things happened in nineteen eighty but in nineteen eighty the the food industry figured out that they had to fight hard to maintain their position. And this is based largely upon what happened in nineteen sixty four which is when Luther Terry the surgeon general United States with the search our report on smoking and health. He basically Luther Terry single handedly put tobacco industry out of business in the US. We went from us smokey population of half the people to wear the twenty percent of the people in the US now smoke now the food industry. I saw this happen to big alcohol and to big tobacco. And they said they're never gonna let this happen to them. So what they started doing in the nineteen eighties. Starting by the research. They bought the researchers, and they bought them with contracts stipulated that they would not be allowed to publish the data and less the funding company approved the results. I mean, that's how they started out. They set their lobbyists they sent their money. They did everything they could to not end up like big tobacco and sad to say, George. They have one today they shouldn't have won because nineteen seventy seven the dietary goals will put up George McGovern, which again was the. Waterloo for the food industry. It was the time when everything's changed like did with big tobacco. But it did not know it did not fact they were smart enough food industry. Of course, they're far bigger than the tobacco industries. They were smart enough. And they realize the threat was so serious that they had to put every possible effort behind keeping the product selling even to the point of lying to the public which brings us to the topic that I hope excited you in terms of having Megan honestly guest, which I very much appreciate. And that's the subject of Johnson and Johnson beat sued over baby powder. That you were the whistle blower. How did that happen? Well, let me tell you I established the importance many of your listeners may have let this piece of news go by so many horrible things happening in the world today. This is just a minor one. It may Johnson Johnson company out of business. The projections are as high as forty seven. Well, just consider last year. Twenty two women filed a lawsuit which resulted I four point bay dollar award. Yeah. Twenty two women who sue Johnson Johnson last year got twenty two billion dollars or four four point seven billion dollars lawsuit. Well. Expose this. It was a rather innocent thing. I was just an issue residency training in Hawaii John school of medicine. And there were a lot of newspaper articles be published at that time about the aspect is in the school. And how the workers shipyard workers World War Two were exposed to specis and all the sickness, Bob. The lung cancer called mid steal, the ovarian cancer, stomach cancers, etc. They were terribly alarmed about this. So what I did as an innocent young doctor is I wrote a letter to the editor of the Honolulu advertiser star Bolton. And I said, why are you so upset about the school room walls and the shipyard workers when every day in the state of Hawaii people are eating a million. Pounds tons. I have no idea. What the correct figure is of s bestest every day on their tell coated rice. Now, George I waited for a month for that letter to the editor drill pair and in never appeared. So I called the socio editor. And I said, where's my editorial? He said what we upset people. Nastas which we don't believe is true, by the way. So anyways, I got off the phone. I call George Chaplin who happened to be the editor for advertisers star-bulletin time, and George I started having the simple conversation. I finally got around to me asking him a very important question. Are you a newspaper? What is your job? Is it defend businesses or to defend the people alike and George Chaplin, Mr. chaplain? He agreed that they weren't fulfilling their duties. In other words, telling both sides of the story. So what they did next George is. They got the rice industry side of the star in this is what you get somebody who tries to tell the truth even. He's a maverick. Even if he doesn't agree with his stablishment what they do is the dairy industry of meat industry or car industry too, bad goods, or whatever they get the spin doctors working again a game upon them. Yep. Really, they just have all the resources they have the money. All we have is truth in success. So what they did is they published an article I ask your producers to put that that are up. It was in the nineteen seventy eight I have a copy not say by the from the fire Georgia had to get it from the advertiser. Right. Well, they still had crabs. So I ask you producers to put that article up where there's a debate over aspect this being Intel code rights, and they brought in the company telling you know, basic saying, I was a liar. Uninformed and etc. You know, the usual contra attack. So I would that Mr. chaplain. And I said, you know, even though you're a newspaper you try to be fair. You haven't told the truth he says, well, you prove that there's s bestest in the rice in Hawaii. See what they do is to make white rice. You have to take the Colonel off. So you turn from Brown rice into white rice and that lease at volleyball to ferment which eat up the white rice, so to protect the rights from deterioration from moles, etc. What they do is coat it with glucose and tell. So what people don't realize which Johnson Johnson lawsuit is brought out. And in fact, most of the attorneys that have been on the fence side pointed out that you cannot mind tell without mine NS pestis and baby powder is talcum powder. So the way it works is this is the mineral is actually they'd be better off, by the way with cornstarch wouldn't they well probably the glucose, the both chemically both of the same one more form, which is called tell the other is the fibers form, which is called specis. You cannot mind calc without mining s. Bessis matter of fact, they estimate fibers particles and every tiny bit of rice consumed now the hope anyway. I had to prepare. I was starving. Resident make it a lot twelve thousand dollars a year. And I had to prove that there was s bestest on the in the Tel authorize in Hawaii. So I hired by didn't hire couldn't afford them. But they were willing to hear the services three independent laboratories. They went to various stores in Hawaii and bought rice in every single sample. They found aspects in huge God. Now, they printed that and that's the second article. I sent to your producers if they so choose what put it up on your website, which is by the way, next website, put up your website. So they could see these articles that were written the bottom line. This is whole thing George within a year. You could no longer by tell coated rice. Remember, this is forty one years ago. Was this all over the country just Hawaii that they're selling the stuff? No. This is the the end line of the story within a year. The you could no longer by tell coated rice in Hawaii, California or Puerto Rico. They and their the words hell coated rice disappeared from the marketplace in nineteen eighty one year after I wrote the article now, it's says in the lawsuits against awesome Johnson. Does they've known for forty years about the presence of aspects Intel. It's always there. It's never not. They've known about that for forty years. And they've lied about it. They've covered it up. That's the danger. And now they're paying a price. Yup. And let's say the stock market, which is most interested. What's going on says at the losses to Johnson and Johnson could be as high as forty seven dollars almost as much as the cost. I survived the wildfires in to whoever their insurance company is gonna probably go out of business too. Well. The thing is is industry will do anything. And again, we're emphasize something this is not a conspiracy just business. And what you wanna do is is you wanna make your product as favorable as possible to the, of course, even line.

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"george chaplin" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

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14:17 min | 3 years ago

"george chaplin" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Is linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. John so many things to talk with you about. But I want to pick your brain again about your book, the starch solution in this is contrary to what so many other dietitians say tell us about this. I mean, you say, you know, eat potatoes rice pasta, and you'll be fine. Go ahead. Well, you know, I think the opportunity. It's a very simple thing that people can prove themselves, whether they're religious followers, whether they're epidemiologists saw geographers historians. It doesn't make any difference. If you look back over human history. What you find is that all large successful populations of people have a pain the ball. 'cause they're Keller who starch. Well, we're talking about here obviously samples like, for example, the aspects of Mayans notice the people the corn corn for thirteen centuries. They fought battles. They competed because that's they reproduce children for thirteen hundred years on a diet based on corn. You look at the Incas. There's a population that lived on potatoes. When they went the battle, then they took keyed wa because it was like, Jerry. I mean, take a look at the Asian. So even in our memory charge ninety percent of the diet of an Asian typically, we think of as rice, that's right? And we could go on and on there's an undeniable historical epidemiological fact that no one can get around. And that is that all large successful populations of people throughout all verify -able history. Have a paid the bulk of their calories from starch? So why all of a sudden have we become carnivores? You know, why have what we all of a sudden be become omnivores? They can eat any basically anything, you know there. There is a diet. That's best suits people contrary to what a lot of people associated with me. And my name that doesn't necessarily have to be vegan diet as a matter of fact, I go to great effort to tell people that I'm not the what I do is. I tell people that they should have paid the bulk of their calories starch how much well typically before nineteen eighty ninety percent of their diet with white rice ninety percent of the food. Now, you got white. Terrible terrible. Excuse me. White rice it okay for the Japanese during World War Two. And in Vietnam. The rice eaters. Made a notable challenge car power. Didn't they so you know, you can't stand back and deny all of history all geography all of religious teachings, and basically all the sides and go and say that we are supposed to died. A breed butter cheese. How how does science go against what you say in Intel people, you know, if you're pre diabetic stay away from Bryce, and pastas and all this stuff. Totally contrary to what you're saying. Why did they do this? Well, it's also contrary to what the research says the basic research was done before the nineteen eighties. When we had researchers such a guy named Percival hymns with did the basic studies on the effect of food on bludger or his protege Shirley Sweeney, nineteen twenty seven publishes results on its medical students where he took healthy medical students, and he said a diet that was very high in fat, and they became all the became diabetic. And then he fed a diet that was like eighty ninety percent sugar and the all remain non diabetic so hymns worth he published. I mean, this is the father diabetes, he publishes work in the British medical journal as best and finest article in nineteen forty the debate should over then in nineteen forty when he made his publication hymns worth it. But you know, for most of the reasons all them economical somehow the truth, it's been lost. I'll have to say George since nineteen eighty which allow things happen. Then we had CNN news worldwide news. Disseminate information and probably several other things happened to nineteen eighty but in nineteen eighty the food industry figured out that they had to fight hard to maintain their position. And this is based largely upon what happened in nineteen sixty four which is when Luther Terry the surgeon general the United States with the surgeons report on smoking and health. He basically Luther Terry single handedly put tobacco industry out of business in the US. We lead from us spoke a population of half people to wear the percent of the people in the US now smoke now the food industry. They saw this happen to big alcohol and to big tobacco. And they said the never gonna let this happen to them. So what they started doing in the nineteen eighties. They started buying the research. They bought the researchers, and they bought them with contracts stipulated that they wouldn't be allowed to publish the data and less the funding company approved of the results. I mean, that's how they started out, and they sent their lobbyists. They sent their money. They did everything they could not end up like big tobacco and sad to say, George. They have one today they shouldn't have won because nineteen seventy seven the dietary goals who put up George McGovern, which again was the. Waterloo for the food industry. It was the time when everything's changed did with big tobacco. But it did not know it did not. In fact, they were smart enough the food industry, of course, they're far bigger than the tobacco industry. They were smart enough. And they realized the threat was so serious that they had to put every possible effort behind keeping the product selling even to the point of lying to the public which brings us to the topic that I hope excited you in terms of having Megan on guest, which I very much appreciate and that's the subject of Johnson and Johnson being sued over baby powder. That you were the whistle blower. How did that happen? Well, let me tell you I established the importance many listeners may have let this piece of news go by so many horrible things happening in the world today. This is just a minor one. It may put Johnson Johnson company out of business of the projections are as high as forty seven billion dollars as well just consider last year. Twenty two women filed a lawsuit which resulted in I four point Bayan dollar award. Yeah. Twenty two women who sue Johnson's Johnson last year got twenty two billion dollars or four four point seven billion dollars in a lawsuit. Well, call I suppose this it was a rather innocent thing, I was just an issue residency training in Hawaii. I was at the John burns school of medicine and a lot of newspaper articles be published at that time about the aspects in the school room walls, and how the workers shipyard workers during World War Two were exposed to specis and all the sickness, Bob. The lung cancer called almost the ovarian cancers stomachaches excetera, they were terribly long about this. So what I did as an innocent young doctor is I wrote a letter to the editor of the hot a little advertisers star bulletin, and I said, why are you so upset about? The school room walls, and the shipyard workers when every day in the state of Hawaii people are eating a million pounds tons. I have no idea. What the correct figure is of asbestosis every day on their tell coated rice. Now, George I waited for a month for that letter to the drill here and in never appeared. So I called the associate editor. And I said, where's my aditorial? He said what we upset people. S pestis, which we don't believe is true, by the way. So anyway, I got off the phone. I call George Chaplin who happened to be the editor for advertisers star star-bulletin time, and George I started having the simple conversation. I finally got around to me asking him very important question are you on newspaper. What is your job is it defense businesses or to defend the people Hawaii and George Chaplin, Mr. chaplain? He agreed that they weren't fulfilling their paper. In other words, telling both sides of the story. So what they did next George is. They got the rice industry side of the story. And this is what always done you get somebody who tries to tell the truth. Even if he's a maverick, even if he doesn't agree with these stablishment what they do is the dairy industry meat industry or car industry, or whatever they get to spin doctors working again again upon them. Yeah. Really? They just have all the resources they have the money. All we have is truth and success. So what they did is they published article. I ask your producers to put that that are up. It was in the nineteen seventy eight I have a copy not say by the from the fire jar, Jack I had to get it from the advertiser. And they still they still had it. They haven't they are. So I asked producers to put that article up where there's a debate over best as being Intel code rights, and they brought in the rights company telling basic saying, I was a liar. And I was. Uninformed and etc. You know, the usual contra attack. So I I would act a chaplain. And I said, you don't even though you're newspaper you tried to be fair. You haven't told the truth? He says well you prove that there's s best in the rice in Hawaii. See what they do is to make white rice. You have to take the Colonel off. So you turn it from broad rice into white rice? And that leaves it vulnerable to vermin, which eat up the white rice, so to protect the rights from deterioration from bowls, etc. What they do is. They caught it with glucose and tell. So what people don't realize which Johnson Johnson lawsuit is brought out. And in fact, most of the attorneys that have been on the fence side pointed out that you cannot mind tell without mine enough pestis and baby powder is Telcom powder. So the way it works is this is the mineral is actually they'd be better off, by the way with cornstarch wouldn't they well probably glucose. Both both chemically both of the same one more form, which is called tell the other is the fibers form, which is called specis. You cannot mind help without mining s best as a matter of fact, they estimate of fibers particles and every tiny bit of rice consumed now the so anyway. I had to prepare. I was starving resident making twelve thousand dollars a year. And I had to prove that there was s bestest the in the Tel authorize in Hawaii. So I hired actually didn't hire. Because there couldn't afford him. But they were willing to volunteer their services three independent analytical laboratories, they went to various stores in Hawaii and bought rice in every single sample. They found especially in God. No, they printed it, and that's the second article. I sent to your producers if they so choose wanna put it up on your website, which is by the way, next website, put up your website. So they could see these articles that were written the bottom line. This is whole thing George within a year. You could no longer by tell coated rice. Remember, this is forty one years ago. Was this all over the country just Hawaii that they're selling the stuff? No. This is the the end line of the story within a year. The you could no longer by tell KOTA rice in Hawaii, California or Puerto Rico. They and their the words hell coated rice disappeared from the marketplace in nineteen eighty one year after I wrote the article now, it's says in the lawsuits against awesome job. They've known for forty years about the presence of specis Intel. It's always there. It's never not. They've known about that for forty years. And they've lied about it. They've covered it up. That's the danger. And now they're paying a price. As I say the stock market, which is most interesting. What's going on says the losses to Johnson? Could be as high as forty seven billion dollars almost as much as the cost. I survived the wildfires into whoever their insurance company is gonna probably go out of business too. Well, the thing is is industry will do anything. And again, this is something this is not a conspiracy just business. And what you wanna do is is you wanna make your product as favorable as possible to the Kosovo. Of course, she even if involved line high in.

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