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Rob: Your book is about big Pharma and Big Food. What's big food?

Agribusiness-- intersection between big food and big Pharma. They work together. 

Antibiotics in chicken-- millions of pounds of tetracycline used-- that may be why chicken soup is curing what ails you. 

Antibiotics get into the crops. 

Meat industry denies that they're responsible for bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics.

A huge amount of Big pharma revenue comes from animals. 

Drugs that are used in livestock will be  a shock to people. 

Rob: How do people avoid or protect themselves from these dangers?

Psychoactive drugs that are even in the water.  Study in Canada found that a lot of fish were on Prozac.

Rob: What drugs are sold based on deficiency? 

Convincing people are depressed, it de-politicizes things-- takes away from people getting angry and active and unifying and uniting when you tell them they have a personal problem. 

They say in the US one out of four women are on an antidepressant. 

They're also trying to introduce generalized pain conditions--

They're now prescribing heavy duty seizure / epilepsy drugs for pain. 

Why are people taking an anti-psychotic for a little anxiety, or an anti-seizure drug for pain?

Rob: Why are they taking them? 


Doctors see patients who come in with a coupon for a prescription for an antidepressant

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Rob Kall is executive editor, publisher and website architect of, Host of the Rob Kall Bottom Up Radio Show (WNJC 1360 AM), and publisher of, President of Futurehealth, Inc, and an inventor . He is also published regularly on the

Listen to over 200 of Rob's Podcast interviews here.

Rob is, with the first media winner of the Pillar Award for supporting Whistleblowers and the first amendment.

With his experience as architect and founder of a technorati top 100 blog, he is also a new media / social media consultant and trainer for corporations, non-profits, entrepreneurs and authors.

Rob is a frequent Speaker on the bottom-up revolution, politics, The art, science and power of story, heroes and the hero's journey and Positive Psychology. He is a campaign consultant specializing in tapping the power of stories for issue positioning, stump speeches and debates, and optimizing tapping the power of new media. Watch me speaking on Bottom up economics at the Occupy G8 Economic Summit, here.

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