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CRON vs nnEMF in the modern world

Discussion in 'The Epi-Paleo Diet' started by Jack Kruse, Jan 27, 2019.

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    Oxidative stress is necessary for longevity. Too much oxidative stress or too little is capable of decreases longevity. In 1935 the environment around humans did increase the oxidative stress significantly but today with each passing year this is not true because of the blue light hazard and nnEMF. This is the major reason I believe calorie restriction (CRON) won't help humans going forward either. I think the preponderance of the recent evidence on CRON when this has been studied in humans has shown the results we saw in worms in the 1930s is not operational in humans or primates today.

    Why is this idea important for the public to understand? When supplement makers and food gurus push the idea of taking exogenous antioxidants you should shut them down immediately. It turns out that cells have quantized processes that link metabolism and ROS/RNS to the amount of ELF-UV emitted to oxygen consumption which leads to the longest life possible in the environment you colony of mitochondria are sensing from an electromagnetic redox state. This has been shown in several model systems. This is also probably part of the reason why antioxidants don't work or cause disease in humans when it has been studied well. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0891584911003121
     
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    Is a bariatric dietitian an ontological oxymoron? Isn't it a contradiction in terms?
     
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