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Discussion in 'Redox Rx' started by Jack Kruse, Sep 2, 2018.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    This disease has a big stigma attached to it. This is the reason why many avoid physician care and default to religious leaders for guidance.

    Physicians tend to opt for biochemical and Big Pharma answers for depression. Religious leaders default to what they know best and tend to only seek the spiritual answers. While this is admirable for some, it often ignores the fact that bio-physics has practical answers as well for this condition

    A few of the most practical pieces of advice for the public when dealing with depression are as follows -

    1. Eliminate blue light exposure after dark. The reason is that melatonin production is mediated by the specific frequencies of light we expose ourselves to. Quality of sleep is critical to our body's natural healing processes.

    Get blue-blocker glasses. I know it's difficult for folks who have to be up late studying and preparing for messages, meetings, and events.

    2. Turn wifi & cell phones off at night at least 3 hours before bed. Hormones and neurotransmitters regulate our mood and other biological functions. Leptin and melatonin need 2-4 hours of dark to operate under the cover of darkness. The release of hormones and neurotransmitters is determined by endogenous as well as environmental voltage levels caused by electric fields at specific frequencies. Here's some research to back this point up.

    Microwave frequency electromagnetic fields (EMFs) produce widespread neuropsychiatric effects including depression---

    Again, difficult for shift working folks... but people do still use ethernet cords to connect their computer to the internet.

    3. See every sunrise and sunset the rest of your life and this will eliminate the need for man's pills for symptoms. Put your feet on the earth barefoot for 45-60min a day and get sunlight. It's a natural antioxidant. We're electrical beings. Wearing rubber on the bottom of our feet Blocks the subtle electric exchange between our body and the earth we've had for thousands of years. Sunlight is our most natural, efficient and healthiest source of Vitamin D.

    When you get your downtime, don't just sit in front of the TV/laptop or stay inside. Make yourself get outside away from man's creation and immersed in Nature's creation.

    4. Stop eating highly processed and refined foods not built by photosynthetic webs. It's easy as a modern human to eat out all the time these days. Stop snacking and consider how leptin works. When the sun rises you eat like a King, lunch like a prince and dine as a pauper. As the sun's light ages every day your food intake should drop. Using food fuels incorrectly with sunlight is what feeds mitochondrial disease epidemics. Eat more seafood when possible, as it's our most natural, efficient, and healthiest source of DHA and EPA. Our body metabolizes seafood. Humans are incapable of using DHA in a processed supplement.

    This is how change begins
  2. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    Dr. K. ........ could you pin this please? so clear and concise - and important
  3. sailplane

    sailplane New Member

    I have read many articles that warn against eating seafood. Is it really advisable considering all the pollution in oceans? Would a vegetarian DHA supplement that comes from algae help at all? If not, what is the most clean seafood I should look for?
  4. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Never. ^^^^ Read the all things seafood thread.
    Sergio Valadez and Brent Patrick like this.
  5. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    "We were never designed for the sedentary, indoor, socially isolated, fast-food-laden, sleep-deprived frenzied pace of modern life."

    "In a study of 2000 Kaluli aborigines from Papua New Guinea, only one marginal case of clinical depression was found. Why? Because the Kaluli lifestyle is very similar to our hunter-gatherer ancestors’ lifestyle that lasted for nearly 2 million years before agriculture, Ildari said.

    “99.9 percent of the human experience was lived in a hunter-gatherer context.” GET OUTSIDE IN THE SUN AND MAKE NIGHT TIME DARK AGAIN AND DEPRESSION BECOMES RARE #mitochondriacwisdom

  6. AdamF

    AdamF New Member

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