Dr. Dave Janda is one of my favorite commentators and experts.
He’s not often on Fox News or other extremely high profile places, but he is very credentialed, experienced and trust worthy.
Check out this resume from his website:
David H. Janda, M.D. was a practicing orthopedic surgeon based in Ann Arbor, Michigan and a member of a nine-member orthopedic surgery group from 1989 until his retirement from medical practice on January 1, 2017.
Dr. Janda is also the Director and Founder of the Institute for Preventative Sports Medicine, based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, which is the only health care cost containment organization of its kind in North America. Dr. Janda’s academic career has been highlighted by many awards and distinctions.
In the early years, he was one of the winners of the Westinghouse Science Talent Search Competition, which was conducted in Washington, D.C. In addition, he obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree majoring in Chemistry and in Economics and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. He obtained his M.D. degree from Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago and served as one of the leaders within the medical school community as a member of the Senate for a three-year duration. Dr. Janda then completed an internship and residency at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and then completed a fellowship in shoulder reconstructive surgery and sports medicine in London, Ontario, Canada.
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Dr. Janda, in addition to his role as a clinical orthopedic surgeon for 27 years, he has also distinguished himself in the research arena for over 30 years. One of his more notable works is based on an injury prevention analysis in the most popular team sports in the United States. Dr. Janda was the lead investigator in a series that was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. The study completed by Dr. Janda and the research team realized a 98% reduction in injuries, along with a 99% reduction in health care costs. Based on an independent analysis by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the study translated into a prevention of 1.7 million injuries a year in the United States with a savings of two billion dollars in acute health care costs per year.
After leaving the University of Michigan, Dr. Janda founded the Institute for Preventative Sports Medicine. Dr. Janda, through the Institute, has brought together leaders in injury prevention and sports medicine, and continues to produce high quality work that has an impact on the everyday lives of the public at large. Dr. Janda has been awarded the Clinical Research Award by The American Orthopedic Society of Sports Medicine. The Canadian Academy of Sports Medicine has awarded him, the R. Tait McKenzie Award, which is given for outstanding clinical research on an international basis.
Dr. Janda has had the opportunity to present before a sub-committee of Congress, which led to the utilization of preventative methods to reduce injuries within the Federal Government system. Dr. Janda’s research has been given wide exposure by the electronic, as well as print media, and has gained wide public acknowledgement.
Dr. Janda was appointed by the first Bush Administration to the Board of the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control. He also was appointed to the National Institute of Health Trauma Research Task Force. Governor John Engler also appointed him to the Governor’s Council on Health, Fitness and Sports for the State of Michigan, as well as Chairman of the Advisory Group on the Prevention of Sports Injuries. Dr. Janda is the author of The Awakening of a Surgeon (Pictured, right) and The Power of Prevention Handbook which chronicle his efforts in the field of Preventative Medicine.
The books he has authored chronicle his efforts in the field of Preventative Sports Medicine and outlines his approach on how to create a more available and more affordable health care system. He and the book, “The Awakening of a Surgeon”, have been featured guests on the Oprah Winfrey Show and his research and prevention based studies have been featured on many network television, radio, newspaper and magazine presentations. These presentations have empowered the public by providing families and communities prevention information that can be used on an immediate basis to become safer and healthier.
Dr. Janda currently hosts The Operation Freedom Radio Show which broadcasts every Sunday from 2-5 PM Eastern. The show can be simulcast from the Listen Live button on the top of the www.davejanda.com home page.
And he’s been sounding the alarm for years about a coming food supply crisis.
Of course, one that will be self-inflicted and caused by the globalists.
For years, Dave was mocked and ridiculed, but now?
Now it’s all happening before your very eyes.
Please listen to this update from Dr. Dave Janda and then scroll down to make sure you and your family are prepared and protected:
They’re calling it “the perfect storm” for food banks and food pantries.
Inflation is up, donations are down, and more people need food. With schools letting out for summer, many American kids face going hungry, without school breakfast or lunch.
And food prices keep rising.
Food banks serving the poor are seeing empty shelves, just as more people need their services.
Watch this report from San Antonio (transcript of highlights below):
From the video:
Steve Spriester: “Scarcity on the shelves and worries about what’s to come – the San Antonio Food Bank says they are bracing for the busiest time of year – and look at these empty shelves. They are especially concerned for kids.”
Myra Arthur: “According to the food bank, inflation is causing more people to reach out and ask for help. However, donations of food are down.”
Food bank official: “If you walk through our warehouse, you could almost see from one end to the other through the shelves because it’s mostly empty of the non-perishable food items … the gains that people made in their wages have been eroded. Our numbers are actually up from where they were in December.”
According to this report, food banks are hurting in Florida, too (transcript of highlights below):
From the video:
Anchor: “Food banks and food pantries in our area — they are in a bind right now. Many are running out of the food that they so desperately need to help people… They’re running out of time too.”
Adaure Achumba: “These shelves are normally stacked and filled with all kinds of non perishable food items. But as we head towards the summer months, if they’re not replenished, they’ll stay empty, leaving many families without food.”
Kansas Senator Roger Marshall is warning a “worldwide famine” is coming in the wake of war in Ukraine and rising input prices:
“This will be a worldwide famine. I think it will be even worse next year than this year . . . I think American farmers are doing their best to respond, but we can’t get fertilizer. The fertilizer prices have quadrupled. Diesel food has doubled. So many of the fertilizers and the herbicides we can’t even get right now.”