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Deuterium levels in milk

Discussion in 'The Cave' started by Sunny Cowgirl, Nov 18, 2017.

  1. Hey all. Recently read/heard somewhere about deuterium being necessary for some growth functions in nature. That has me wondering whether mammals excrete deuterium in milk, by design, in order for infants to grow and whether by extension is a reason adults shouldn't consume milk if they have elevated deuterium levels.
    Any insights?
     
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  2. Still curious about this. I read elsewhere in this forum that urination, defamation (edit. That would be defacation..lol) and sweating all play a role in reducing deuterium load. Does lactation do the same?

    I found this summary of a method of measuring breast milk consumption by dosing the mother with D2O and measuring the levels in the baby.

    http://www-naweb.iaea.org/NAHU_unma...m_2014/Poster_BM_Intake_nadine-grace_rev3.pdf

    That partially answered my own question but I still wonder whether deuterium levels in "undosed" breastmilk are higher than the average level in the mother's body indicating active depleting through the milk... or whether it's just reflecting average levels in the mother.
     
  3. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    You need deuterium at the right time and in the right place to limit inelastic scattering in DNA and RNA.
     
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  4. Thank you Jack.
    So D2O can act like an epigenetic switch? Time and place determining whether that is an advantage or disadvantage?
     
  5. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    it is an optical switch when the DC current goes away.
     
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  6. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Butter is low in deuterium.

    ....
     
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  7. That would make sense, being mostly fat. The D2O would be mostly in the water component I would think
     
  8. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    We recently had a new baby born into our family yesterday to nurse in our family. Question came up in her room and on the forum that was similar. So here is my PSA Q & A for you all today to understand how leptin light and ubiqutin marry.

    "Long ago I said in leptin FAQ's babies get programmed via leptin/fat in breast milk...does/could high fat meal with no gall Bladder (deuterium collection) no bile supplied etc..... possibly amt to surge of leptin further exacerbating leptin insensitivity...inhibiting or slowing Leptin Rx? Answer : The leptin protein from mom has to act like a USB drive for the babies hypothalamus where is leptin receptor is awaiting instructions.

    It contains and exRNA exosome with electron and proton inforamtion coded by light to excite bio-molecules like leptin and elovanoids in the exosome. The maternal egg gave the child its mitochondrial clone genome haplotype but that is only part of the quantum information transfer. That genome has to work with the nuclear DNA in the CURRENT ENVIRONMENT the child resides. What if the data in the exosome is not equivalent to the energy imprint in the environment? How does this effect the hysteresis imprint in RNA and DNA?

    Breastfeeding is hwo the software is upgraded by the infant. Mom's deuterium content, electrons content, DHA content, her smells, sounds, and her plasma are all ways the baby gains information from Mom. So breastfeeding gives the child's mitochondria that information from his mother's leptin protein in her breastmilk. It needs the info of the precise environment it is in at birth. It gets this from momma's boob's assuming they are loaded with DHA. Women who have dry boobs usually are LR due to a serious lack of DHA or an excessive amount of protons with a 1 spin quantum number. The worse situation is if both are present. If momma is LR, the baby will adjust the nuclear mitochondrial distance for optimization by altering its Tensegrity system to get the right distance between mitochondrial DNA and nuclear DNA to optimized the match.

    This goes on for the first 6 years of life when it appears the system is adaptable and learns before magnetic hysteresis locks things down. After that it appears it gets hard wired into the childs cells via RNA and DNA. Remember, the egg that the baby became is selected by leptin excitation of mom. If leptin was not coherently formed the information is transfered by electrons, protons, and light data in leptin. The childs leptin receptor is built to access that quantum upload. Leptin in women controls fecundity. Have you ever wondered why women are born with over 1 million eggs but they can only use 400 in their life? In each egg is a mitochondrial clone from your ancestors pasts lives (immortaility in the stem cell line) that codes for a specific environment via magnetic hysteresis in my opinion. When you ovulate a sperm climbs into your fallopian tube there is a complex interaction between its haploid number and the light it releasestied to electric and magnetic fields both emit and the magnetic field each cell is sensing. That interaction of light and the atomic lattice selects the best egg for the current electric and magnetic field environment that mom senses.......If your environment is totally screwed magnetically.........you select no egg because the risk of mitonuclear de coupling is the worse outcome for an offspring because alien or artifical magnetic fields cause disruption of the analogue DC system that Becker talked about in his book and leads to a mismatch of energy utilization in biology that Wallace calls heteroplasmy. Life needs a lot of energy and as energy drops tissue take on things called diseases. Too much energy loss leads to death. In a pregnancy situation, you won't die but if energy levels are low in the germ line when you trying to have kids you will be infertile.

    Now you see why fertility docs are printing money today........we live in a 24/7 blue lit microwaved world that creates massive artificial fields.............and you have no eggs that match that situation. The egg has a plan......it wants to live within another living system; a child is that potential energy state. Too much environmental energy in kids can lead to precocious puberty in this way. Control of energy is a big deal in reproduction.

    If the egg senses that potential energy is not in the environment that egg will shrivel. Life preserves energy and light and will not manifest in a shit nnEMF environment. The egg says: "Do not die while you’re still alive." An elevated ubiquitin rates tells the egg the information and won't allow that to happen. Oysters and AM sunlight are a kiss from the sea that prevents the kiss of death or illness visiting a child too early. Modern humans have even figured out how to get around this........and this is why we see things like brain stem glioma, ADHD, autism, cystic fibrosis, and progeria today in kids.
     
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  9. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Have you ever wondered by sea turtles and salmon know exactly where to return to give birth? It is one of the most amazing coherent aspects of biology. Cooperativity has been a fundamental concept in our understanding of biological systems for over a century. But we have act like we have no idea where this biologic hysteresis lies......or what the symptoms are when we lose it.
    We know.

    It appears Mother Nature was inspired by a model of ferromagnetism; this hysteresis occurs as a consequence of cooperative binding in the limit of large complexes under the power of UV and IR light in the electrons and protons of bio-molecules. Light is the magnetic glue of life. It is commands water to hold that double helix intact and when water loses its firm grip.......we see ferritin in the plasma. Ferritin is like blood in the ocean after a shark attack. Science can now provide us a method to relate the amount of hysteresis to the strength of the neighboring interactions between bound proteins and DNA. This novel kinetic feature of macromolecular complexes surrounded by water allows cells to create a binary response to small changes in external conditions and causes complexes to retain a memory of past conditions over long timescales and that hystesis is stored in water networks just like magnetic domains is stored in rocks on our surface once they cool from their molten state. Sea turtles and salmon use those compases to navigate home.
    Are there proteins and atoms in our cells that become magnetized by parts of the solar spectrum when we are born?

    Short answer is yes. It turns out UV light magnetizes bases in our RNA and DNA. That is the memory that remains in us all. The cell is a play room for photons and photons have both electric and magnetic properties that does something wizard like to the plasma inside cells. Life is based upon the entangled activity of photobiochemical and photobiophysical processes. Conventional medicine and physiology often tend to ignore the biophysical part of organic existence despite the fact that biochemical reactions without regulative and controlling information would end up in metabolic chaos.

    Atomic mass was a big topic in the Time 2 blog. This is why my Patreon series on deuterium is quite a big deal. Quite surprisingly when you look at the atomic diameters of O and H atoms are relatively similar despite their difference in atomic mass. When atomic diameters match, this allows for light frequencies to also match these atoms, as a controlling lever of the reactants via a molecular resonance phenomena. When allowing for this frequency matching, it appears O and H can be controlled by light frequencies in the visible range near room temperature. Oxygen atoms are driven through repeating heat (IR/red) fluctuations by cyclical movement through the human body, frequency matching with hydrogen atoms that are made with a spin of 1/2.

    The resonant frequency of hydrogen (H1) in its rest state is 3,773,180 Hz, according to the element's atomic diameter at 20°C. Oxygen isotope (O16) resonates at this same frequency when heated to 37.8°C.

    All nucleic acids fluoresce at 340-350nm well within the UV range. Ironic that medicine thinks UV light is toxic, when our most sensitive protein craves those specific frequencies to magnetize our blueprint of life don't ya think???? That means their incident light that is absorbed from the environment has to be below this emission spectra frequency. That is hard core UVB range light below 340nm; probably 260nm-330nm. EZ water has a specific peak at 270nm with a massive heat capacity for IR from 600-3100nm. Coincidence or quantum design?

    I think we can store 260 nm and above because base pairs have unique abilities in a stacked helix. DNA and RNA become a molecular exciton acting like a Birkland electric current with a specific pinch. These repeitive pinchs and helices delays photon emission and stores light naturally just like a star does in its condensed matter. Macrocosm meets microcosm...........in physics and biologic organization

    The more UV light you store the more compact your DNA and RNA become limiting epigenetic activity and the more magnetic memory you retain for biologic hysteresis. The more you retain UV light the more epigenetic control over genes to limit ubiquitin rates in protein replacements. Since our mitochondria has bacterial lineage we need to know how bacterial create hysteresis for our land of origin. In bacteria, this compaction is governed by the family of nucleoid-associated proteins (NAPs). Under conditions of stress and starvation, an NAP called Dps (DNA-binding protein from starved cells) becomes highly up-regulated and can massively reorganize the bacterial chromosome.

    This likely is a big deal in shaping our haplotypes.

    These small proteins that control hysteresis in mtDNA are like ferritin. Did you know that ferritin has a special protein coat that shield the iron crystals in the Fe (III) oxidation state? Did you know ferritin is PARAMAGNETIC? How might this be linked to its ability to cause disease? Any electromagnetic field causes molecules that are paramagnetic to be drawn towards that magnetic field. Could this be how ferritin is linked to many 21st century diseases? When iron cycles are not controlled in our blood plasma it can oxidize our mitochondria in tissues where this occurs. This lowers are redox power and can cause us to age faster. So when ferritin is high in your blood it is a sign to me that you are losing your magnetic hysteresis and the magnetic organization of the blue print of life in us........when we lose this the genie is out of the bottle and we need the wizard behind the curtain to help us regain our magnetic powers.
     
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  12. "Any electromagnetic field causes molecules that are paramagnetic to be drawn towards that magnetic field. Could this be how ferritin is linked to many 21st century diseases ?"

    Jack so an individual who has Hemochromatosis who lives in a nnEMF environment would be more susceptible to illness faster than an individual who does not suffer from this disorder?


    Ooops,,,,I just answered my own question ,the following

    "It also helps explain why people with hemochromatosis really die early. They absorb more EMF than they should, because their organs are loaded with transition metals that absorb non-native EMFs. The same thing happens in a star before its life ends."

    "Iron and copper are essential nutrients, excesses or deficiencies of which cause impaired cellular functions and eventually cell death via autophagy and apoptosis" https://www.jackkruse.com/energy-epigenetics-8-autism/
     
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  13. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Hemochromatosis is a ferromagnetic state. Anything that is ferromagnetic becomes very sensitive to magnetic fields..............

    So now that you know this............

    Consider this: What is the fastest way to change a living system? Change the magnetic pulses in its environment because it alters the hysteresis coded for in their RNA and DNA. No suprise to any mitochondriac. This is why we are black swans here at my site. What surprises them never surprises us because we know why it happens. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/s...-taste-people-experiment-canada-a8070451.html
     
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  14. Sajid Mahmood

    Sajid Mahmood Mo Salah

    Why do women get nausea and vomiting during the first trimester?
     
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  16. Mito1

    Mito1 New Member

    any effect of radiation hormesis on deuterium levels in the body or even helping Hemochromatosis ?


    o_O
     
  17. Pebbles

    Pebbles Gold

    ohh........ and doc was saying long ago don't eat eggs out of season:))
     
  18. Sajid Mahmood

    Sajid Mahmood Mo Salah

    I'm sure it's okay to eat eggs out of season!
     
  19. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Possible. Things laced with deuterium are usually replaced when the sun hits them..........but this is not axiomatic in a non linear system.
     
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  20. Mito1

    Mito1 New Member

    interesting. I've noticed a difference with radiation hormesis - might something to it in regards to deuterium.
     

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