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Is the Epi-paleo Rx really about a diet of light?

Discussion in 'The Epi-Paleo Diet' started by Jack Kruse, Feb 14, 2019.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Why did the Epi-paleo Rx call for liberal use of iodine with DHA? Does the liberal use of seaweed in broths......affect how hydrogen flows in your TCA cycle?? It turns out you need iodine salts and other mineral salts when the power density of seasons change. The less power density that is present the ore seafood one needs to offset the light stressed environment. I think it is time for you all to become a member of my website or on Patreon to learn why. If you keep focusing in on the food you are going to miss all these cool quantum thermodynamic effects that food gurus keep whiffing on.

  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    When iodine meets water that has been charged separated by IR light or by the hydrophilic proteins within the dura matter a massive amount of H+ is made in the CSF of the brain. H+ is equivalent to a proton. Using the Grotthuss mechanism, iodine is able to move protons closer together than we would normally expect, to alter their hydrogen bonding network to allow them to form superconducting proton cables that act like a positive charged electric current. The mechanism allows for charges to be transported not by the movement of particles, by the breaking and reformation of chemical bonds. As water is charge separated by IR light or by hydrophilic substances, many excess H+ ions are made adjacent to the exclusion zone of water. Gerald Pollack’s experiments have shown this exquisitely. The excess protons can then diffuse through the hydrogen bond network of water molecules or other hydrogen-bonded liquids (iodized CSF) through the formation or cleavage of covalent bonds.
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  3. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Iodine is an example of this special case. Iodine or iodides, act as an ionic kosmotropes, by primarily achieving its major effect by increasing the structuring within water around proteins associated within their hydration shells. Iodine makes the water more dense around proteins to allow electrons from DHA to move into and out of them easily by altering the hydration shell. Iodine allows for more dense water clusters around DHA and proteins so we can move electrons in it rapidly. This increases their electrical abilities with respect to the movement of electrons.
    The biggest natural occurring halogen is iodine and it has a paradoxical quantum effect on water very similar to the gold’s story mentioned above. Iodine has a huge beneficial effect on the exclusion zone (EZ) of water. Iodine specifically alters water’s hydrogen bonding network unlike the other halogens to make it transfer heat and charges like a superconductor at higher temperatures. It does not require colder temperatures to do so.

    Since its atomic mass is highest of all the halogens life uses, it cannot control its electrons well. Its outmost 7 electrons are far away from the control of its nucleus. Iodine becomes the ideal halogen atom to share electrons with DHA to protect it from oxidation from heat or light. It transfers the heat to the proton network around it to shield DHA. This is also why iodine is always found where DHA is found in the CNS. It is also why the choroid plexus in the brain adds iodine to CSF for DHA to use. It protects the most sensitive parts of the CNS that undergo oxidation. Neural synapses have the highest rate of oxidation risk in the brain and spinal cord. Moreover, this explains why iodine is always linked in the marine food chain with DHA too. Iodine also protects DHA from oxidation in neural synapses everywhere in life.
    Iodine has an atomic mass of 127. Spectroscopic studies of the hydrogen-bonded structure of water around the halide ions F–, Cl–, Br– and I– indicates that the total extent of aqueous hydrogen bonding increases with increasing atomic size. So the experimental data matches the beliefs you find in my theories about how water acts in CSF and synapses.

    Without iodine, DHA won’t work optimally to change light into an electrical signal properly. In the brain, iodine is found in the choroid plexus, the area on the ventricles of the brain where cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) is produced. Children with autism have been found to have a poor ability to concentrate iodine in their CSF. When water lacks iodine it can not sense the environment well. This is why all children with autism appear to have sensory abnormalities in their behavior. The interaction of iodine and DHA to move electrons and protons rapidly while shielding them from heat is fundamentally how circadian signaling begins in the neurons of the suprachiasmatic nucleus of the human brain. If you do not have the component parts of the clock you cannot tell time and diseases ensue.

    T 4 has 4 iodines and T3 has 3 iodines. The thyroid gland, brain, and gut all concentrate iodine and iodides. Now you see why they do. They need the iodine to make superconducting proton cables in cell water to act as lights superhighway. The diet really helps create the light highway inside of you. The light is created by free radicals and oxygen tensions to create UV to IR light in the mitochondria to be released to this superhighway of water inside of you.

    The general picture that emerges within the forming brain that T4 and T3 hormones enter the brain through specific CNS transporters as the brain forms. T4 is converted to the active hormone, T3, in glial cells, astrocytes, and tanycytes, although the main target cells of these hormones are neurons and maturing oligodendrocytes within the suprachiasmatic nucleus. This is ultimately how the direction of time is initially set within this newly forming brain. T3, acting through the nuclear receptors, controls the expression of genes involved in myelination, cell differentiation, migration, and signaling. I went over this in Energy and Epigenetics 1.

    Few people understand why iodine and DHA are critical in human SCN and myelination patterns. In addition to transducing the proper T3 signal, the nuclear receptors also have activity in the unliganded state. When circadian signaling is off in the maternal germline, before fertilization, this favors the un-liganded state and this strongly favors the development of hypothyroid phenotype centrally within the brain of her developing child. This is where leptin resistance begins fundamentally.

    This is why early-onset hypothyroidism in the maternal tree is always a key clue to the astute clinician that a circadian mismatch is a key feature in many diseases. MS, Hashimoto’s, and melasma being common ones in modern women. All of these diseases have symptoms of light stress. This un-liganded action occurs via aporreceptors that repress normal thyroid transcription. This is how epigenetic switches are set in the germline. This effect is how transgenerational hypothyroid phenotypes occur in subsequent generations of children. Today we live in this world. 99% of all cases of hypothyroidism are now caused by Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.

    When you understand this mechanism you begin to see these offspring do not even need to face the same environment their mothers did to get the same disease. They will manifest the disease much earlier in life if they face a lack of iodine or DHA in their first 6 years of life. They begin with the breakdown of the quantum chemistry between iodine, DHA, and water in the unfertilized egg. These effects then become generalized within the developing embryo after fertilization to affect brain function and the mitochondrial development in all their tissues. This is how the redox shift occurs transgenerationally in humans. The interaction between iodine DHA and water is critical in setting the proper signaling in how mitochondria can handle electrons at a very fundamental level. (Bernal 2005).
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