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Greetings from Singapore

Discussion in 'Meet and Greet' started by Joseph Thia, Jun 16, 2015.

  1. Liang Wei

    Liang Wei Silver

    Hi Guys,

    I live in Singapore too and am 100% Singaporean. Trying to bio-hack my workspace now too, like Joseph. Been Epi-Paleo for 1.0 year now, done quite a bit of deep CT and trying to aim for more (no serious health issues now)

    Paskovanaryba - We live in a highly dense urban EMF hellhole in Singapore so doing CT is one way to offset this risk, regardless of seasons. Have to be careful where you ground also, you don't want to turn the RF into an actual current that flows in you and into the ground. Singapore is a microwaved concrete jungle!

    Parkway Labs in Singapore does about 70% of the labs I would require and recommended by Dr. Jack, except for O/6-to-O/3 ratios, telomeres (which i will do in the US if i get a chance to go in the near future), and Reverse T3.

    Joseph - Trifield meter is not good enough, only works fairly well for magnetic fields. I stopped taking the MRT. For your work desk, its mainly electric fields from computer wirings you want to pay attention to, so you need an AC electric field meter (AlphaLabs). For RFs in case your office has WiFi, use a good RF meter (TES 593)
  2. Joseph Thia

    Joseph Thia Aspiring Mitochondriac

    @Liang Wei, I have sent you my contact details in a private conversation. Would love to hear more about how you carry out the various protocols in Singapore's context. Thanks!
  3. Tff

    Tff New Member

    Hey folks,
    I live in Singapore too, love the place but it sure aint Kruse friendly!
    Im getting back to epi paleo after a hiatus but have been paleo 10 years +.

    Oysters/seafood - theres a wholesaler on 670 Geyland road called allswell. Aussie/canadian/french ones for 2-3 bucks each. I avoid chinese oysters. Frozen mussels are easy to find. Tekka market has very small fish which i assume are wild. Any other seafood tips, especially wild?
    Water - What do you all do for drinking water here? My shower isnt cold ever unfortunately!
    EMF - nightmare agreed, and ocean probably too polluted to swim in for earthing etc. Or is it?!
    At least we have the sun every day!!

  4. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    It has nothing to do with being Kruse friendly...........it has to do with how mitochondria are built to sense EMF signals. When you interfere with that mechanism then heteroplasmy explodes and eventually diseases manifest.

  5. JJ sg

    JJ sg New Member

    Hey Guys,
    I am from SG too. Getting fresh oyster is not cheap at all, Instead I would go buffets and eat as much oysters as I can ~50.
    I am using a water filter from Australia, which removes fluoride, chlorine, chloramine all those nasty stuffs with dissolve hydrogen in it.
    So far so good, at least it removes chlorine, fluoride and have hydrogen in it. Managed to convinced my boss to have 1 at the office pantry too.

    Its hard to do CT in singapore, the water is always around 30degrees celcius. What i do is i fill up the water in a pail instead and let it "cool" overnight, so the water can get pretty cold, ~ 27degrees, but thats all. Have just ordered cool far burner and waiting for it to arrive.

    If you guys are looking for wild caught seafood, can look for the alaskan guys, they do stock some wild caught salmons, cods, halibut, but its not cheap, $42-82/kg
    Would be great if you guys can share any deals in SG, eg. oysters/seafoods etc. I am contemplating to buy seafood from JB instead, as seafood is much cheaper compared to SG.

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  6. Joseph Thia

    Joseph Thia Aspiring Mitochondriac

    Hi JJ sg, I have sent you a private message. A few of us, based in Singapore, are meeting up for dinner next Tuesday (23 February) evening.
  7. Joseph Thia

    Joseph Thia Aspiring Mitochondriac

    Received a few test results this week:
    1. hsCRP: 0.7 mg/L (compared to 0.5 - 0.7 mg/L in 2016, and 0.3 mg/L in 2015)

    2. 25OHD: 33.7 ug/L (compared to 27.9 - 29.6 ug/L in 2016, and 31.8 ug/L in 2015)

    3. 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3: 49 pg/mL

    4. Deuterium level (Cignature Health Breathy test): 148.8 ppm (This is high but I was reminded of why we run a battery of tests when I re-listened to the January 2018 Webinar Q&A. Jack mentioned in that Q&A that if the results for most of the tests were ok but the breathy test result was bad, it told him that the environment was bad (expected given that I live in Singapore))

    Singapore tap water filtered using Alkaway Ultrastream Filtration System (https://alkaway.sg/ultrastream/): 150.1 ppm
    Last edited: Feb 15, 2018
  8. Joseph Thia

    Joseph Thia Aspiring Mitochondriac

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  9. drezy

    drezy New Member

  10. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    And to test that band Drezy you need a 100,000 meter. That is more of a whoa.......
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  11. Michalis

    Michalis New Member

    The office workers in those buildings will be annihilated ..
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  12. Joseph Thia

    Joseph Thia Aspiring Mitochondriac

    Just received my CAC score of 0. Given what was discussed during the April Q&A, looks like I won't be needing the DDW at the moment. :)
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  13. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Way to go.

    is there a way to deal with eye glasses?

  14. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Good news JT
  15. Joseph Thia

    Joseph Thia Aspiring Mitochondriac


    Singapore, 23 July, 2018 – Singtel and Ericsson will launch by the fourth quarter of this year Singapore’s first 5G pilot network at one-north, the country’s science, business and IT hub.

    Using Ericsson’s 3GPP standards compliant 5G technology with the trial spectrum allocated by Info-Communications Media Development Authority (IMDA), the pilot network can deliver 5G coverage with enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB) speed and low latency communications....
    Singtel and Ericsson are planning drone and autonomous vehicle trials on their 5G pilot network later this year at one-north and other designated areas. Enterprises can use the network to develop new 5G use cases and tap the business potential of 5G.
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  16. Antonis

    Antonis Free diving

    There is wifi everywhere unless you go to low population density areas like Mendoza San Rafael
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  17. Lahelada

    Lahelada New Member

    Hi Antonis. Thanks for that. My plan is just that. Not Mendoza but the neighbouring province. Mendoza has too much agricultural business for my liking.
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  18. Jude

    Jude Gold

    Not good:confused:..what are you going to do?
  19. thrive1992

    thrive1992 New Member

  20. Lite Nomad

    Lite Nomad Gold

    Hi everyone, glad I stumbled on this thread :)

    Another Singaporean here learning and adopting Dr Kruse's way of thinking and living for about a year now. I'm a newbie and would love to learn more on how mitochondriacs and residents are coping here. It's definitely not an easy place for optimal living.

    Drinking Water: Icelandic Glacial Water seems to be the lowest in Fluoride
    Avoid San Benedetto - the label claimed F to be <0.1 but the lab results received was 2mg/L
    Avoid Zaiho Japanese Spring Water - 3mg/L fluoride
    Water Testing: https://www.alsglobal.com/ ($30/test for fluoride)
    I pretty much stopped drinking juices and hot soups from hawkers and restaurants. It was a tough decision but a necessary one.

    Fresh oysters/cod fish/prawns/scallops: https://www.evergreenseafood.com.sg/
    Wild caught salmon/sea bass/crabs: https://www.facebook.com/thealaskaguys/

    Bloodwork: https://www.reinhealth.com.sg (cheapest I could find without having to see a doctor, order the test online, visit Quest lab at Paragon, takes <20 mins, minimum waiting required if go early, lab report is emailed back 3-7 days, depending on type of tests done)
    Hormone / Gut Test: https://www.verisana.co.uk/ (they accept samples to be shipped from Singapore to their labs in Germany for analysis)

    CT: bought an industrial grade plastic container just big enough to fit myself, filled half my freezer with ice blocks made from take away containers.. good thing there's a 7/eleven just around the corner. Anyone interested in group CT under the sun? Worried I might get arrested or sent to IMH if I have a go alone :D

    Recently signed up Transcendental Meditation for stress management & better mental performance, have seen massive sleep improvement when paired with Leptin protocol (deeper, undisturbed sleep and dreaming more): http://sg.tm.org/

    Grounding: picked a small portion of a beach at East Coast with the lowest EMF. Walk barefoot 2 times a week (30 mins) and finish off with 20 mins body dunk in the sea. The water quality ain't great and I get occasional patches of sticky fuel (discarded from the ships) stuck on my feet. Hoping the benefits of grounding outweighs the risk of pollution and EMF but to be honest, I have no idea. Anyone with better suggestion for grounding in Singapore?

    Sunlight: probably the only thing I love about this place, no shortage of it, so long areas with strong EMF are avoided.

    ALAN: minimum lighting after sundown, blue blockers. Right now looking into UVA setup to compliment a small IR light - anyone with experience on how to set this up?

    EMF: Cleaned up EMF in our bedroom and got an electrician to install a kill switch. Wifi is switched off before bed. DIY RF shielding in sleeping area seems to work well for 4G. I have no idea how 5G can be managed when launched next year. Wife and I are already making plans to move in 2021.. seems like the only solution for long term health.

    Happy to link up and learn if you are here in Singapore.

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