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LAD blockades are called WIDOWMAKERS........

Discussion in 'Educating Doctors' started by Jack Kruse, Jan 5, 2019.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Here are some random comments from the 2019 Kruse Longevity Farm Optimal resolution in Mexico

    LAD blockades are called WIDOWMAKERS in medicine........

    LAD = Left anterior descending coronary artery of the heart.

    I have a Patreon CPC on the CAC test. I think it will be a critical marker for melanopsin dysfunction in a 5G environment. So, if you find out you or your patient or family member is harboring a 50% or greater LAD calcified plaque on a screening CAC what would your first bit of advice be for the patient?


    I know what my advice would be................


    Did you know the CACS is a “low cost (typically <$100) and low radiation (<1 milliSievert) test which allows direct visualization of coronary atherosclerosis without needles, contrast or injection”??

    Did you know that you do not need to wait until you are having chest pain to ask your health team for an Rx to have one done?

    I receive contacts regularly from individuals globally asking if they should seek out treatment of a cardiologist for a LDL cholesterol of 220, 240, 260.

    My first response is: Who cares what your lipids are when a better question to ask is what is your CACS score?

    That question should be followed by how much indoor living do you do and how little sunlight does your chest see in a day in your own life and the environment you've built.

    Do the doctors packing your parachute ask these things of you?

    If not, why do you continue to settle for less than you deserve?
  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Jason Lauritzen is a leader among men. Here he goes again dropping truth bombs for you the public. Leaders instill in their people hope for success and a belief in themselves. Positive leaders empower people to accomplish their goals.
    Blue light at night = Not bueno.
    Cardiac arrest is more likely to be lethal when exposed to blue light at night. Shocker to no Black Swan
    Darkness or red light = No impact.
    One reason why hospitals are great places for dramatic interventions, but not for recovery. #truthbomb
    Jack's message: Every morning you need the sun to charge separate water in your body to create the battery that creates your life. That life is created by a cadre of photochemical that do things we all rely on. You need to expose all your surfaces to these signals to make sense of the world around you. The food and exercise guru’s that keep bathing in blue light and never see this message……..and blame foods and a lack of exercise for their ills. This blog shows you what you might miss when you focus only on food. Make like the Sphinx……While meditating in the morning sun, look to the East and ground and remain as connected to this environment as you can and food will never be your main driver. Light water and magnetism work to limit food influence at the confluence of your mitochondria. It’s that simple a Rx to regenerate. Blue light and non-native EMF destroy melatonin levels via melanopsin dysfunction. This often ends in leptin resistance and causes massive changes in insulin signaling. Light, not food control this process in man.
    Melatonin needs the sun’s signal via neuropsin to regenerate our tissues. The second messenger’s in this system are triplet state free radicals created from mitochondrial respiratory proteins. These limit ELF-UV release from cells.
    Most people think melatonin is our “dark hormone”. That is true, but few know that UV light is what regenerates the melatonin cycle in us. Melatonin teaches us a great many things about all the proteins in us that are biogenic amines that also work with sunlight in novel ways. Those proteins are melatonin, serotonin, melanin, and dopamine. They all use the sun in some very complex and counterintuitive ways. The end result of this transaction for all four is to deliver energy to mitochondria in a novel way.
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