The Dr. Ardis Show: ORAL HEALTH linked to the body’s systemic issues, says Dr. Toni Engram – Brighteon.TV –

The Dr. Ardis Show: ORAL HEALTH linked to the body’s systemic issues, says Dr. Toni Engram – Brighteon.TV

Biological dentist Dr. Toni Engram told retired chiropractor Dr. Bryan Ardis that oral health is directly involved in the human body’s systemic issues.

“More and more studies are showing that in general, the health of your mouth is directly implicated in some of these systemic issues,” she said during the Nov. 8 episode of the Brighteon.TV program “The Dr. Ardis Show.”

Engram explained that if a person has thyroid issues, they will see more of this inflammation that will eventually lead to more flare-ups of the thyroid issues. The owner of the Richardson, Texas-based Flourish Dental Boutique ultimately pointed out that any issue that is inflammation-based will correlate with a person’s oral health.

In Eastern medicine, each specific tooth is connected energetically to different parts of the body. She explained that the upper first molars are connected to breast tissue, while the lower front teeth are connected to the genital and urinary system.

Engram shared the case of one of her patients who was having pain in the gum tissue around the lower front teeth. This patient of hers was also having menstrual bleeding for months.

It was only after Engram’s patient checked with a gynecologist that the actual problem was discovered. A large cyst was found in the patient’s uterus and was surgically removed. The gum tissue pain also went away when the cyst was removed.

There is a connection between the teeth and the body’s organs

Ardis acknowledged that there was indeed a connection between the teeth and the body’s organs. Any issues with specific organs show through the teeth. Thus, he expressed belief that biological dentistry helps to solve and resolve concerns that are implicated in every single organ of the human body.


Engram also shared her struggles with Crohn’s disease. After going on medications to treat her autoimmune disease, she had to figure out how to heal herself and learn what foods work and didn’t work for her. The biological dentist also stressed that healing is possible, and taking drugs every day is not the only option for treatment and therapy.

Engram also mentioned that when she was healed of her condition, she dropped fast food meals and junk food. She also dropped her typical drink orders at Starbucks, which leaned toward the more unhealthy side. The dentist also urged people to drop the junk carbohydrates, crackers and bread – the latter being sugar in another form – and to add bone broth to their diet.

She ultimately remarked that making some small changes can eventually build up and make a big difference. Ardis agreed, noting that if Americans changed some of the timing and what foods they eat, it would go a long way in preventing oral and digestive disorders.

Ardis then asked his guest is she had particular recommendations for brushing one’s teeth. In response, Engram said while there is something to be said for not disrupting a healthy oral microbiome, the problem lies with a person’s exposure.

“It’s all about creating a healthy terrain and we’re exposed to too much junk,” she said. “Our terrain is not healthy enough that we cannot brush and remove that plaque, that biofilm from our teeth every day.”

She also pointed out that using Listerine or other mouthwash to kill the bacteria in the body and mouth is like taking a blowtorch to the microbiome and Roundup for the mouth. (Related: 9 Toxic ingredients found in your mouthwash … Are you accidentally ruining your teeth?)

“So, if your mouth is a garden, which it is in many ways, then those harsh mouthwashes are basically the equivalent of Roundup. It kills everything.”

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Watch the Nov. 8 episode of “The Dr. Ardis Show” below. Tune in to “The Dr. Ardis Show” every Wednesday at 10-11 a.m. on Brighteon.TV.

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How America’s bloodthirsty journalism cheers on Israel’s war on Gaza –

In a recent segment on how Hamas “frames the civilian casualties” of Israel’s war on the Gaza Strip, CNN’s Jake Tapper starts out by acknowledging that we “do know that innocent civilians in Gaza continue to be killed by Israeli strikes”. It is impossible to “not be affected by these horrific images that we’re seeing”, he states, as the humanitarian crisis in the enclave grows “increasingly dire”.

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What is the solution, then? In Tapper’s view, apparently, it is for Israel to continue killing innocent civilians and presiding over a humanitarian catastrophe, because it is all Hamas’s fault anyway.

Near the beginning of the segment, we are shown a clip of Queen Rania of Jordan responding to those who argue that a ceasefire will help Hamas – an argument she says amounts to “endorsing and justifying the death of thousands of civilians”.

Then it is back to Tapper, who calls Queen Rania’s remarks an “interesting turn of phrase” and goes on to wonder condescendingly whether it did not occur to Hamas, when the organisation undertook its operation on October 7, that Israel would “retaliate in a way that would cause innocent Palestinians in Gaza to die”.

To start with, the “interesting turn of phrase” is not so much “interesting” as a straightforward statement of fact. If you insist there should be no ceasefire in an Israeli onslaught that has now killed over 11,000 people in Gaza in just over a month – well, yeah, you are straight up “endorsing and justifying” civilian deaths.


And you are especially endorsing and justifying them if – instead of blaming Israel for slaughtering men, women and children in Gaza with abandon – you blame Hamas for failing to foresee the unprecedentedly psychotic nature of Israel’s “retaliation”. Were the American media and political establishment not so firmly committed to transmitting a thoroughly decontextualised version of this war – and of Israel/Palestine in general – perhaps a news anchor would ask whether it never occurred to Israel that the Palestinians would ever “retaliate” for 75 years of ethnic cleansing, suffocating blockades and massacres.

Tapper forges ahead with his assault on logic and humanity with the help of an arsenal of video clips, several of them courtesy of the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI), itself an unofficial Zionist propaganda arm – although CNN and other US media outlets are doing a fine job in that respect, as well.

From these clips, featuring former Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal among others, Tapper draws three convenient conclusions, which he conveys with Orientalist smugness and disdain: that Hamas is totally content to have Palestinian civilians die; that Hamas does not care about protecting civilians and only cares about their own military tunnels; and that Hamas is determined to keep attacking Israel for eternity.

In case anyone remains unconvinced, he has also thrown in a clip of former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who is evidently unsatisfied with the quantity of blood she already has on her hands and requires more: “People who are calling for a ceasefire now do not understand Hamas. That is not possible. It would be such a gift to Hamas.”

Near the end of the segment, we are presented with the “point of view of Israel”, as if that is not what we have been receiving this whole time: “They [the Israelis] hear all the calls for a ceasefire. What they do not hear is anyone in the international community proposing any way for them to get back their 240 hostages that Hamas kidnapped.”

This is funny, since, as NPR reported this month, a recent opinion poll in Israel found that almost two-thirds of the Israelis surveyed were in favour of a prisoner exchange – something Hamas has repeatedly offered – in which Israel would release its Palestinian detainees in exchange for the hostages held by Hamas. Why look to the “international community” when there is a solution right there?

It bears emphasising that prisoner exchanges are nothing new. In 2011, for example, Israel freed no fewer than 1,027 Palestinian prisoners in exchange for a single soldier held by Hamas since 2006 – chalk the ratio up to the superior value placed on Israeli lives.

And, in 2008, Israel acquired the remains of two Israeli soldiers in exchange for five Lebanese nationals and the remains of 199 Lebanese and Palestinian captives.

As of the Hamas operation of October 7, there were over 5,000 Palestinians languishing in Israeli jails; two weeks later, the number had doubled, as Israel went about maniacally arresting people.

But, hey, we are only supposed to see the “point of view of Israel”.

Proceeding in his defence of that viewpoint, Tapper laments that the Israelis “don’t hear anyone proposing any way for Hamas to be removed from the leadership of Gaza.” This is an “interesting turn of phrase”, to borrow Tapper’s own words, seeing as removing Hamas from leadership isn’t really anyone else’s business at all.

Recall that, after Hamas won democratic elections in 2006, the US decided it was indeed their business, and helpfully sparked a civil war in Gaza – to Hamas’s eventual advantage. Oops.

Anyway, who needs a Palestinian civil war when you can just annihilate Gaza altogether?

Tapper’s segment received praise from various US media figures, with Brit Hume of Fox News lauding his “excellent analysis”. It is an “analysis”, of course, that is shared by President Joe Biden and across the US politico-media spectrum: That a ceasefire is off the table and Palestinians must continue to die.

And as Tapper continues to audition for the role of Israeli military spokesperson, an immediate ceasefire needs to be called on bloodthirsty journalism.

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Credit card DEBT has SOARED, thanks to BIDENFLATION –

As rising inflation under President Joe Biden devastates Americans’ paychecks, people are now charging necessary purchases on their credit cards. This has resulted in skyrocketing credit card debt – and has even surged to the highest year-over-year (YOY) leap on record.

According to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s (New York Fed) Quarterly Report on Household Debt and Credit released Nov. 7, credit card balances hit a new high of $1.08 trillion during the third quarter. This grew from a mere $48 billion from the previous quarter, and jumped by a record $154 billion compared to the number from a year ago.

This huge YOY leap is the biggest since the New York Fed began tracking household debt and credit data in 1999. Its report also found that household debt grew by 1.3 percent to $17.29 trillion in the third quarter. (Related: Americans’ credit card debt reaches a record-setting $1 trillion in the face of inflation and rising expenses.)

“Credit card balances experienced a large jump in the third quarter, consistent with strong consumer spending and real GDP [gross domestic production] growth,” said New York Fed economic research advisor Donghoon Lee. With this enormous surge in credit card debt comes a greater degree of delinquency as Americans strive to pay their bills. Defaults of 90 days or more were at their maximum rates in 2011.

Credit card delinquency rates increased at all levels, especially among millennials

Moreover, the New York Fed report noted that credit card delinquency rates have increased at all levels. This rate was higher among millennials – borrowers between the ages of 30 and 39 – who are already reeling from high interest rates of student loan debt.


With most people feeling stressed by bigger prices – specifically for food, gas and housing – more cardholders are taking debt from month to month or lagging on payments, and a higher percentage of balances are going more than 180 days delinquent, based on a separate report from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

The consumer watchdog said almost one-tenth of credit card users discover themselves in “persistent debt,” where they are charged more in interest and fees every year than they pay toward the principal – a pattern that is increasingly hard to break.

“It’s a big deal, remarked Bankrate senior industry analyst Ted Rossman. “Your credit card is probably your highest cost debt by a wide margin.”

But LendingTree Chief Credit Analyst Matt Schulz said consumers often turn to credit cards despite the steep cost, partly because they are more accessible than other kinds of loans. He warned, however, that this comes at the cost of other long-term financial goals.

“That’s money that doesn’t go to a college fund, down payment on a home purchase or Roth IRA,” Schulz added.

Until recently, most Americans benefited from a few government-supplied safety nets, This injection of a considerable amount of stimulus money left several households sitting on a supply of cash that enabled some cardholders to maintain their credit card balances in check. But now, that cash reserve is mostly gone after consumers slowly spent down their surplus savings from the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic years.

“Consumers are maintaining and supporting their lifestyles using credit card debt,” remarked founder and certified public accountant Howard Dvorkin.

Even so, consumer credit scores have stayed high, supported by a strong labor market and cooling inflation, in addition to the removal of definite medical collections data from consumer credit files based on current reports.

Schulz advised credit card holders who are carrying a balance to try calling their card issuer to ask for a lower rate, combine and repay high-interest credit cards with a lower-interest home equity loan or personal loan, or switch to an interest-free balance transfer credit card.

Mike Townsend, senior public relations director for the American Bankers Association, also gave some bits of advice for cardholders. He urged them to maximize the benefits of their credit card, compare credit card offers frequently, pay off as much of their balance as they can as soon as they can and refrain from paying their bill late.

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Watch the video below about the soaring credit card defaults and interest rates that hit their highest mark in U.S. history.

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Human rights group wants Israeli attacks on Gaza hospitals “investigated as war crimes” –

Human rights group wants Israeli attacks on Gaza hospitals “investigated as war crimes”

An international non-governmental organization (NGO) known as Human Rights Watch (HRW) is calling for Israel’s actions in Gaza thus far to be “investigated as war crimes.”

As news continues to pour in about Israel bombing hospitals and other medical facilities filled with sick patients, as well as refugee camps and other places where civilians are seeking refuge, the non-Zionist world is demanding justice for these “apparently unlawful attacks” by the Israeli military.

“Despite the Israeli military’s claims on Nov. 5, 2023, of ‘Hamas’s cynical use of hospitals,’ no evidence put forward would justify depriving hospitals and ambulances of their protected status under international humanitarian law,” HRW maintains.

According to international humanitarian law, a war crime is a serious violation in which innocent people are killed with criminal intent. HRW believes this is what Israel is doing, and it is urging the Independent International Commission of Inquiry on the Occupied Palestinian Territory and the International Criminal Court (ICC) to conduct an immediate investigation into the matter.

(Related: Israel has already destroyed or rendered inoperable 22 hospitals and 49 medical centers across Gaza.)

At least two-thirds of Gaza’s healthcare facilities, half of all hospitals, now non-functional

The latest figures from the World Health Organization (WHO) show that, as of November 10, at least two-thirds of all primary healthcare facilities in Gaza are either no longer operational or destroyed because of Israel’s insurgency. Roughly half of all Gaza hospitals are also non-functional.


As of November 12, at least 521 people, including 16 medical workers, have been killed in a whopping 137 “attacks on health care” in Gaza.

“Israel’s repeated attacks damaging hospitals and harming healthcare workers, already hard hit by an unlawful blockade, have devastated Gaza’s healthcare infrastructure,” commented A. Kayum Ahmed, special adviser on the right to health at HRW.

“The strikes on hospitals have killed hundreds of people and put many patients at grave risk because they’re unable to receive proper medical care.”

Between October 7, the day of the Hamas attack, and November 7, HRW says it was able to investigate Israeli attacks that occurred on or near five different healthcare facilities in Gaza. That investigation found that:

1) Israel repeatedly struck and completely destroyed the International Eye Hospital in Gaza on October 10 or October 11.

2) Israel conducted air raids on or near the Turkish-Palestinian Friendship Hospital, forcing it to close on November 1.

3) Repeated Israeli attacks on the al-Quds hospital resulted in a man and a child becoming injured.

4) Israel destroyed well-marked ambulances on several occasions, resulting in at least a dozen people losing their lives and several others wounded.

“These ongoing attacks are not isolated,” HRW claims. “Israeli forces have also carried out scores of strikes damaging several other hospitals across Gaza.”

Now reports have emerged that due to power cuts by Israel at al-Shifa Hospital, Gaza’s largest, a number of premature babies are likely to die because their incubators no longer have access to electricity.

HRW notes that, according to the ICC’s Rome Statute, “intentionally directing attacks against … medical units and transport” is strictly prohibited as a war crime.

“Hospitals and other medical facilities are civilian objects that have special protections under international humanitarian law, or the laws of war,” the group says. “Hospitals only lose their protection from attack if they are being used to commit ‘acts harmful to the enemy,’ and after a required warning.”

Israel, meanwhile, still insists that Hamas militants are hiding in “command centers” beneath these hospitals and medical facilities, which is why the Jewish state says it continues to bomb and destroy them.

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‘Shot Dead’: Stories of Children who’ve been Killed by Covid Injections


We the Patriots USA say that “this is the movie we wish we didn’t have to make. But this is a movie everyone needs to see.”

The new movie – ‘Shot Dead’ – released on 9 November documents the stories of children killed by the covid injections as told by their parents.

Hear from the families brave enough to speak up and admit that the shot killed their children. Hear from the ones who have refused to keep quiet. We all know that there are so many who have sold out to pharma, denying that their loved ones were hurt or killed by the shots. But there is no amount of money or threats that can keep these parents from speaking the truth in honour of their children – and so this doesn’t happen to one more child.

This is the first film that focuses on the deeply personal aspect of the devastation unleashed by the shot and the mandates, as told by the families who lost loved ones. This film will make you cry. This film will make you think. And this film will prompt you to take action for children everywhere.

Official website: Shot Dead Movie

We the Patriots USA: Shot Dead the Movie, 11 November 2023 (68 mins)

If you are unable to watch the video above on Rumble, you can watch it on Bitchute HERE.

Wealth Disparity Outrage: Congress Members Accumulate $4.8 Billion, Would Take 27,500 Years on Salary Alone

Nancy Pelosi’s remarks on Congress insider trading shed light on the substantial wealth amassed by some members of Congress. The collective net worth of the 50 wealthiest individuals in Congress stands at a staggering $4.8 billion. This considerable wealth stands in stark contrast to their official annual salary of $174,000. To put this into perspective, if these lawmakers were to rely solely on their salaries, it would take them a staggering 27,500 years to accumulate the same wealth they currently possess. This information underscores the financial disparities between the reported earnings of public officials and the significant wealth they have accrued, prompting discussions about potential financial practices, including the controversial issue of insider trading.