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Human centric lighting appears to be a modern oxymoron.......

Discussion in 'Mitochondrial Rx' started by Jack Kruse, Jun 29, 2019.

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    Here's a new one for Dr. Jack Kruse "I told you so" archives.
    Blue Light at night (bALAN) raises blood glucose, alters insulin response and also increases hunger in DIURNAL rodents.
    "Diurnal" means these animals in the study are naturally active during the daytime like humans and not active at nighttime (nocturnal) like the vast majority of rodents used in studies. So this is an important study because it relates more closely to you (diurnal humans).
    Start taking artificial light at night seriously folks. You may think those weird colored glasses from RaOptics that some of us are wearing at night are funny but it is certainly no joke to your long term health.
    Karen & Glen C. likes this.

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