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    How to fight high triglycerides.
    Aug 12, 2021
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    Jan 18, 2023

    How Do We Know What We Know? Philosophy of Science
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    time 42:00 @David Herrera
    Jack Kruse --->>> life -- random
    MD and similar medicines -- (randomized control trials are based on cause and effect)
    Bohr Einstein debates
    Einstein life is a cause and effect. (wrong)
    Bohr life is random. (right)


    Time 1:52
    John 68yo
    Fasting glucose 108

    From another (type 1 diabetic himself, doctor, who currently is 88 yo) he assumes glucose 83 as 24/7/365 ideal glucose level for himself and his patients type 1 & 2 patients. Variability +- 20. Smaller/better.
    That low glucose level promotes health and longevity.

    His opinion of why MD's are promoting high average glucose levels and eating lots of carbs is ease of care, and nobody dies of too low blood glucose.
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  6. QFT & QM have been wrong about a great many things. All the theoretical "physics" which has grown out of these errors have not helped.

    Please take a moment to read my posts on
    I'm not making videos on my posts yet. I'm only posting here on Dr @Jack Kruse site with the hope I may develop a dialog...

  7. In the posted video, Dr Anthony Leonardi starts out covering the subject of T-cells intelligently; however, by the middle of his talk, he dives into pseudo-medical-science, stating he will be taking the COVID-19 boosters every 2 to 3 months for the next unknown future. Why? Because it doesn’t seem to be working <- that’s his recommendation.

    It's sad to see what seems to be intelligent medical doctors can get so easily confused about the science!
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    Why Black Hole Environments Are a Lot More Complicated Than We Thought
    Oct 4, 2022

  9. Please compare this video from (Dr Retsef Levi MIT specialist) with the Canadian doctor's report
    The Canadian doctor did not seem to understand why T-cells effect Myocarditis.

    Dr. Retsef states:

    “Since myocarditis is known to be hard to diagnosis, because it often has vague symptoms and can even be sub-clinical with no symptoms,” he said. “It’s also known to be a frequent cause of out-of-the-hospital sudden cardiac arrest, especially among young people. I was very concerned that it would not be detected by the existing vaccine safety surveillance systems.”
    Levi explained that upon examining data from Israel’s National Emergency Medical Services (EMS), he found a 25% spike in emergency medical services for heart problems in young adults ages 16-39 in 2021 compared to 2019.

    If we (those on Dr @Jack Kruse) site would like to study why the COVID vaccine is so effective at injuring humans, may I present IL-10.

    The COVID product was developed and funded by the US Department of Defense Bio-weapon division -> just follow the funding documents and their patents.
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    I have a lots of root canals and even more implants.
    Some implants are about 40 years old.
    They were installed by one woman dentist.
    At first, she was about just from school, latter she was teaching in dental school.
    Eventually she retired.

    My idea of teeth is that I like them to look good but not as machine perfect dentures.
    So, I like some imperfections to be visible.
    Presently I do not go for teeth or gums cleaning at dental office. Think that it is not only wasted money but mostly it is hurtful.

    Couple years ago, I was in the need of new dental work.
    I was amazed watching my new dentist.
    Everything computerized including bridges printing.
    Note printing.
    This is how Elon Musk makes new thin, light, strong, repeatable rockets.
    This likely how Egyptian (highly symmetrical) (huge) statues were made by civilization before Egyptian came in there.
    What he did mostly worked for the first time, but he was not satisfied and calling me back many times for the next versions, asking if it is any better.
    His first-time trials were likely better than the finished work that was done previously.

    On your question Martha
    1. find good dentist that is patient and highly computerized.
    2. follow her/his advice

    Having good bones is helpful.
    Recently I found that vitamin K2 MK7 tells calcium where to go and how much.
    Bones or cardiovascular system.
    Luckily for me I am taking it for many years.

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  11. @Martha Ray - Have you considered

    Dr. Dominik Nischwitz is the current Vice President of the ISMI – International Society for Metalfree Implantology.
    Note: I believe "fixing" tooth number 5 is important.

    Note#2: Dr. @Jack Kruse is not trained in Biological Dentistry. Perhaps that is why he responded with -
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  12. Dr. @Jack Kruse posted https://forum.jackkruse.com/index.p...anic-molecules-in-you-define-your-life.27345/
    that hair follicle loss is a circadian mechanism. However, it may more be related to a lower level of vitamin D which lead to Lupus and Alopecia Areata.

    Alopecia Areata is an inflammatory, non-scarring hair loss associated with autoimmune conditions. It is more commonly seen with thyroid disorders and vitiligo, but alopecia areata has also been linked to diabetes, psoriasis, rheumatoid arthritis, and systemic lupus erythematosus.

    Role of vitamin D deficiency in systemic lupus
    Vitamin D is one of the main groups of sterols; playing an important role in phospho-calcic metabolism. The conversion of 7-dehydrocholesterol to pre- vitamin D3 in the skin, through solar ultraviolet B radiation, is the main source of vitamin D. Since lupus patients are usually photosensitive, the risk of developing vitamin D deficiency in is high in this population.

    Alopecia Areata is a common autoimmune disease. It causes hair loss in unpredictable areas. Roughly 2% of the entire human population has this disorder. Although the area of effect is unpredictable, it can sometimes occur in the nape area of the scalp. It is called “ophiasis” when it occurs in the nape area.


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    Science News: Earth's Core Didn't Stop Spinning! Here's What's Going On.

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    Genetic Selection is Happening Already. Here's How it Works.
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    Jan 29, 2023

    Have We Really Found The Theory Of Everything?
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    Ukrainian Troubles with History
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    Very Good Video. I worked on my dental a lot from about 2012 to 2016... watched multiple Dental Summits and visited over 10 biological dentists none easily accessible to where I live. I had Biocomp Labs dental materials testing https://biocomplabs.com/ done but my former local conventional dentist who was interested in working with me retired years ago and this urgent #5 project is my first work with a new local (conventional) dentist.
    I am working with him to fix #5.
    I had a lot of dental work my entire life and by the grace of God had most all my metal amalgam taken out one by one over time. But even the Biological Dentists I have seen have been challenging for me. I feel certain my experiences have purpose and while I am sometimes discouraged I know God has a reason for all that I do not understand... not all things are good but all things are working for good.

    Thank you John for sharing that video and for your kindness.
  18. Our personal journey's struggle is often our motivation to diligently seek to find answers to our questions.

    Isn't it encouraging -> "Who ever knocks the door will be opened; who ever seeks -> they will find." Matthew 7:7-8
    The widow's persistent pursuit for justice from the "evil judge" was heard and answered. Luke 18:1-8

    With each beautiful gem we pick up along our path, we have an opportunity to share with others on their sojourney.

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    Poranny Dziennik Zdrowia dr. Bartka Kulczyńskiego (drbartek.pl)

    Poranny Dziennik Zdrowia

    doktora Bartka Kulczyńskiego

    czwartek, 2 lut 2023

    ☝ Po posiłku poziom glukozy nie powinien wzrastać gwałtownie. Jak o to zadbać?

    Dzień dobry o poranku,

    stopień, w jakim dieta nam pomaga lub szkodzi, zależy od jej kilku cech. Jedną z ważniejszych jest niski indeks glikemiczny (IG).

    Wyjaśnię teraz, dlaczego dieta o niskim IG jest ważna dla zdrowia i jak zmodyfikować swoją dietę, aby osiągnąć właśnie niski IG.

    Dalej będę się posługiwać skrótem IG (indeks glikemiczny).

    Dlaczego dieta o niskim IG?
    Jeśli zależy nam na zdrowiu, to powinniśmy zadbać, żeby poziom cukru we krwi wzrastał powoli po zjedzonym posiłku, a potem aby stopniowo ulegał obniżeniu. To dlatego, że pod względem fizjologii człowieka, niekorzystne są znaczące wahania stężenia glukozy.

    Dieta o niskim IG służy właśnie temu, aby poziom cukru we krwi po posiłku wzrastał powoli i obniżał się stopniowo (a nie gwałtownie).

    A zatem, w uproszczeniu, IG to parametr opisujący, jak bardzo i jak gwałtownie wzrośnie poziom cukru we krwi po spożyciu pokarmu lub całego posiłku, a potem jak gwałtownie ulegnie on obniżeniu.

    Im bardziej znaczący wzrost poziomu glukozy po posiłku, tym jest wyższy IG. Im mniej znaczący wzrost glukozy, tym niższy IG.

    Za chwilę podam 6 praktycznych zasad, jak zadbać o powyższe, ale przedtem jeszcze tylko jeden kąsek teorii…

    Otóż w dodatku do IG (indeksu glikemicznego), ważne jest także to, ile dany pokarm czy posiłek zawiera w porcji węglowodanów. Bo to głównie węglowodany odpowiadają za wzrost poziomu cukru.

    Łącząc IG danego pokarmu z tym, ile zawiera on węglowodanów – otrzymujemy drugi ważny parametr: ładunek glikemiczny (ŁG).

    Tak jak w przypadku IG, im niższa wartość ŁG, tym lepiej. Dość teorii, oto praktyczne zasady diety o niskim IG i ŁG.

    6 zasad diety o niskim IG i ŁG
    Oto co zrobić, by nasza dieta cechowała się niskim indeksem (IG) i ładunkiem glikemicznym (ŁG). Pod koniec wyjaśnię w żołnierskich słowach, co dzięki temu zyskamy w praktyce dla zdrowia.

    Zasada nr 1. Unikaj przetworzonej żywności zbożowej. Jeśli jadasz takową, zamień ją na pełnoziarnistą. Ma ona więcej węglowodanów nieprzyswajalnych, stąd ma niższy IG i ŁG. Lepszym więc wyborem będą np. makaron razowy, chleb żytni razowy i kasza gryczana, niż jasne pieczywo, biały ryż i kasza manna. Oczywiście – trzeba wziąć pod uwagę indywidualny stan zdrowia, gdyż np. dla osób, które potrzebują diety lekkostrawnej, zasada ta niekoniecznie jest dobra.

    Zasada nr 2. Ogranicz słodkości. Zawierają dużo cukrów prostych, które powodują gwałtowny wzrost, a następnie gwałtowny spadek glukozy we krwi. W efekcie tego typu żywność ma wysoki IG i ŁG. Mowa m.in. o napojach słodzonych, sokach owocowych, dżemach, deserach mlecznych, lodach, czekoladzie mlecznej, czy wyrobach cukierniczych.

    Zasada nr 3. Zamień cukier na naturalne słodziki. Jeśli trudno Ci zrezygnować ze słodkiego (a to jednak najlepsze rozwiązanie), jako alternatywę można przyjąć zamianę cukru stołowego na ksylitol i erytrytol czy stewię. Słodziki te nie podnoszą glukozy.

    Zasada nr 4. Odpowiednio komponuj posiłki. Jeśli przewidujesz miejsce na węglowodany w danym posiłku, np. w postaci ryżu czy kaszy, to warto dodać do niego coś tłustego i zasobnego w białko. A więc węglowodanom powinny towarzyszyć np. orzechy, pestki czy nasiona, wybrane oleje, mięso, ryby, jajka. Obecność tłuszczu oraz białka obniża IG posiłku.

    Zasada nr 5. Warzywa i owoce jedz na surowo. Powód jest prosty: czym bardziej przetworzymy pokarm, np. warzywa, tym wyższy ich indeks glikemiczny. Dlatego warzywa i owoce najlepiej spożywać w całości i w skórce (jeśli jest jadalna i po uprzednim umyciu). Taka obróbka jak obieranie, krojenie, siekanie, miażdżenie warzyw oraz owoców – podnosi ich IG.

    Zasada nr 6. Stosuj krótką obróbkę termiczną. Zgodnie z powyższą zasadą, staraj się jak najkrócej gotować, smażyć i piec żywność, czyli przyrządzaj pokarm w sposób al dente. Żywność rozgotowana ma zwykle wyższy IG. IG marchwi surowej to 30, gotowanej – aż 85.

    Według mnie wystarczy
    zastosować te 6 dość prostych wskazówek, żeby znacząco obniżyć indeks glikemiczny naszej diety, a w związku z tym, aby podnieść jej walory zdrowotne.

    Mam tutaj na myśli m.in. uregulowanie poziomu glukozy we krwi, zapobiegnięcie spadkom energii i pojawieniu się uczucia senności po spożyciu posiłku, ustrzeżenie się przed nadwagą i otyłością, a także zmniejszenie ryzyka cukrzycy typu 2 czy chorób serca.
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    History is written by the winners.
    To be read by those who are able read.

    Iphigenia & Isaac · The BAS Library

    time 10:00

    Whose story was written first,
    whose story was a copy?

    Is it ok to readjust calendar?
    IIRC, Velikowsky discovered few centuries offset between Greek and Biblical calendars.

    time 19:00
    Solomon did have he actually existed?
    Moses, was he actual person or number of them combined?
    Were the Jews actually in Egipt? Forget about if enslaved or not. (This is known for the last 40 years but nobody teaches that is schools).

    Etc et cetera

    Who, when and why wrote story of Isaac in the Bible?
    New revised dates in Old Testament.

    Kto, kiedy i po co napisał Biblię? Nowe datowanie Starego Testamentu | prof. Ł. Niesiołowski-Spanò
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