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B12 is a human photoreceptor. Blue light destroys it = leads to anemia

Discussion in 'The Kruse Longevity Center' started by Jack Kruse, Jan 22, 2021.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Without enough B12, you might not have enough healthy red blood cells to move oxygen around your body to you make the optimal amount of oxygen free radicals in your mitochondria. That can leave you shivering and cold and very ill, especially in your hands and feet. Numbness, tingling, and Raynaud's phenomena are all tied to melanopsin destruction of B12 which leads to collateral biologic effects that your doctors are impotent to diagnose because they are ignorant of how blue light from technology screens harms us in ways medicine misses.

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  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Artificial light creates a positive charge in most of the things in a cell. Galactic cosmic radiation also has positive nuclei and charge. They were accelerated in the shockwaves of supernovae throughout the galaxy and they randomly enter our solar system. Redox power in living systems is all about optimizing the net negative charge in cells. Its proxy is found in the charge carrying ability of water (dielectric potential) made in mitochondria which control intracellular endogenous glutathione levels
     

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