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deuterium in a woman's body

Discussion in 'Female Quantum Biology' started by shiran, Nov 2, 2017.

  1. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Sexual reproduction prevents inheritance of most mutations through the combination of egg and sperm.
    the asexual replication of mitochondria causes its mutations to be passed down unchanged from the mother.

    asexual replication---> happens after conception

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  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    ^^^^correct which is why I am so interested in Women, Mothers, and grandmothers. Their choices are the key to the puzzle of the germ line and what you experience.
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  3. Foxglove

    Foxglove New Member

    I have a hunch that part of that isn't due to the size of the baby per se, it's the ability to carry out vaginal birth properly. I don't think a lot of women have the muscle integrity, hormone signalling and skin elasticity to carry it out. Some of us have small hips (development issues) and they make us lay on our backs with nerve blocks. If you look up traditional birthing positions, most of them involve orienting your body so you can brace yourself against a tree or a pole to counter your forces and pop the baby out. Between the state of our bodies and the state of the hospitals... I've always heard stories of women in traditional societies "giving birth in the fields," cutting the umbilical cord with their teeth, and getting back to work. I could be wrong, but I don't think a 10-lb baby would kill one of those women. Especially if you consider that women used to start giving birth as younger teenagers.
  4. Richelle Jones

    Richelle Jones Eve Mytokondrya

    My mother was born in 1945 in February in Bournemouth UK and was given up for adoption. Her mother had cause to hide her pregnancy (her 4th) and mum was born malnourished with rickets, one small kidney, heart murmur, mental health issues and later developed emphysema (died at 72 after flu vac). Mum grew up in UK and moved to Sydney in 1965. I was born in Sydney Australia 1967 when my mother was 22 with calcium deficiency (fed lambs brains) and had 13 fillings in my teeth before the age of 15. After nearly a year of basking in the sunlight everyday at latitude 24 my husband and i recently had our vitamin D tested and his was 159 and mine was 84 and my AM cortisol was low. Can I thank Granny for this?
    Last edited: Jan 20, 2018
  5. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    I do not know the general reason, but the (good) way you are describing your Circadian Rhythm,
    reason for low cortisol is likely
    low Pregnenolone.

    It is nice to do all in natural way,
    but there is a point when you should consider supplemets.

    Before I would supplement, I would do complete DUTCH test.
    Fatty Acids
    Spectracell Micronutrients

    the latest

    Stay away from Coconut Water

    Last edited: Jan 20, 2018
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  6. Mayuri

    Mayuri Silver

    My mom smoked while she was pregnant. She once said to me that as a one year old and up I used to eat only the butter from breakfast. . .
    Deuterium depletion. Gulp.
  7. stacia426

    stacia426 Gold

    So interesting. Trying to put the pieces together about my health history and how deuterium has played a role. During both of my pregnancies I experienced hyperemesis with the second being much worse. I did struggle with infertility before becoming pregnant. I required multiple medications including a zofran pump and frequent IV fluid boluses. My hyperemesis did not improve until I started accpuncture at 20 weeks with my second pregnancy. It never improved with my first. I was told at the time my polarity was off by the person doing my accpuncture. I a, now wondering about magnetism and deuterium and why my body would respond this way to pregnancy. My first has autism (now improving) and my second very neurotypical. I have now struggled more with my hormones and weight after my second pregnancy (I didn't after my first). I had a c-section with my second due to breech positioning and had my tubes removed. How does having your tubes removed effect deuterium and the ability for a woman to deplete deuterium monthly? Did the hyperemesis during pregnancy have anything to do with deuterium?
  8. Dewey C. Layman Jr.

    Dewey C. Layman Jr. New Member

    Does deuterium have something to do with placenta previa? Apparently it's rare but my mom had me just fine. My little brother is who she had this issue with I think and had a C-section. Didn't know if that tells something about the life my brother might have. He's been wearing since he was under 10 for sure I think. Has played a lot video games and lots of computer time. He isn't fat though so I worry about his brain. He plays sports. They all live in San Antonio. My mom, brother, and my sister who lives like a vampire and has anxiety and is also very skinny still. I worry about neurodegeneration from her as well. Just curious of your thoughts.
    Last edited: Mar 25, 2018
  9. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    I have a sense it might. Where deuterium is is strictly contrived.......so if it shows up where it should not be it can lead to things becoming more "sticky" at places it should not be to cause things that should not happen.

    Since leptin is sexually dimorphic hormone in humans is cold adaptation different for men and women?

    Yes, Women take longer to cold adapt than men because they generally have higher leptin levels than men. This is tied to how deuterium works as an optical switch in humans. They can, however, offset this by increasing the amount of seafood they eat doing CT. I would not suggest cheating with fish oils and the closer your 06/3 ratio is to 4:1 the better your response will be to the cold. CT is always a hack for humans. https://www.jackkruse.com/cold-thermogenesis-13-the-faqs/
  10. drezy

    drezy New Member

    My own wife will almost literally club me over the head if I don't serve her fresh shucked oysters every dinner. The woman has had oysters for dinner for all but 4 dinners over the last 3 months. Yep, cray cray, right? Works for us...

    She took about 2 months to cold adapt FYI...
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  11. Mark Wau

    Mark Wau New Member

    Hi I’m a new member and I realise that the fetus requires Deuterium for natural growth but how does it enter the fetus as I am led to believe that Deuterium in adults causes damage to the mitochondria nanomotors causing them to slow down or become totally destroyed, why then doesn’t this happen to the fetus mitochondria?

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