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  1. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    water is mostly interested in UV & IRa spectra
    UV light is 9% of sunlight energy that falls to Earth surface
    IRa light is 42% of sunlight energy


    Life is only found in equilibrium at death.
    Computer system works of silicon and electrons.
    Life is a computer system that uses light, electrons and protons on a carbon backbone.

    replace electrons with light
    carbon for silicon
    and life is possible

    Life is a computer system that uses light not electrons
    This moves computations from electronics to photonics

    electrons and photons a very different
    electrons have mass, photons does not have mass
    electrons have negative charge, photons have no charge
    both are quantum particles, so both are wave like, so can carry signal and energy density

    Inside of every cell there are light based computers

    electrons repel each other, they are fermions, they obey the rule, Pauli exclusion principle
    that states that two identical fermions (particles with half-integer spin) cannot occupy the same quantum state simultaneously

    light is in boson family (love to come together and congregate)(pass thru one another without any penalty)
    Bosons make up one of the two classes of particles, the other being fermions.
    Examples of bosons include fundamental particles such as photons, gluons, and W and Z bosons
    An important characteristic of bosons is that their statistics do not restrict the number of them that occupy the same quantum state.

    (like likes like) (Pollack)

    This makes computer based on light (and not electrons) with the chance to have ability to make trillions of connections that pass thru one another going thru carrying both energy and information. This is fundamentally what brain is build off and how is build to work.

    An important characteristic of bosons is that their statistics do not restrict the number of them that occupy the same quantum state.

    Turing described perpetual motion machine.
    incompleteness theorem
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gödel's_incompleteness_theorems
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turing_machine
    Turing machine

    Nature's definition of what perpetual is, is tied to life and death cycle.
    Where life is not rarely extinguished because it is passed on from generation to generation.
    This way, life is perpetual motion machine. 59:35

    The motions that are the key are motions that happens on mitochondrial membrane.
    As long as electrons are flowing from NAD+ to oxygen, life exist.

    Science tells us that perpetual machines are impossible because perpetual motions are impossible
    but there is except
    except at the level of quantum particles which newer stops moving

    Everything about mitochondria is about non stop motion.
    As long as electrons move from NAD+ to oxygen there is a motion, life exist.


    Axial view of DNA

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    [​IMG]

    https://ww2.chemistry.gatech.edu/~lw26/structure/nucleic_acid/A_B_Z/b_axial.html



    Magnetic motor
    [​IMG]
     
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    JanSz Gold

    @Jack Kruse

    Life on Earth bloomed after die-off and then bloomed after K-T Event 65-million years ago.

    Circadian Rhythm is one of the most powerful forces of life today.

    How life dealt with lack of light rhythmicicty when Earth was within influence of Proto-Saturn, no seasons, no day/night, even temperature globally,
    only 15000 -30000 years ago.?


    Varying gravity discussed. (time 21:50)

    ...
    [​IMG]
     
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    http://www.i-sis.org.uk/WFMEZ.php

    4
    New age of water
    Water has come of age. It is cool on everyone’s lips. Decades of research on water is giving us remarkable insights into its dynamic collective structure, and changing our big picture of life and living process.

    Organisms are seventy to eighty percent water. Is this water necessary to life? What vital functions does it serve?

    Entire biochemistry and cell biology textbooks are still being written without ever mentioning the role of water. It is simply treated as the inert medium in which all the specific biochemical reactions are being played out.

    Instead, recent findings are raising the possibility that it is water that’s stage-managing the biochemical drama of life. Water is life, it is the key to every living activity. Some people will even say it is the seat of consciousness.

    ISIS brings you the latest revelations on water in this extended series that starts from the basics. The articles will not be circulated consecutively, so do watch out for them.

    ISIS Report 30/06/04
    Water Forms Massive Exclusion Zones
    Water, the most abundant constituent of living organisms, is associated with an enormous amount of surfaces inside cells and in the extracellular matrix. Is all of this biological water different from water in bulk? The answer is definitely yes, if the incredible new findings are to be taken on board. Dr. Mae-Wan Ho reports

    A fully illustrated version of this article with sources is posted on ISIS Members’ website. Details here.

    What is biological water?
    "Biological" water includes practically all the water in living organisms, inside the cell as well as in the extra-cellular matrix, except, possibly, for large reservoirs or conduits such as the bladder, gut, stomach and vacuoles inside some cells. Biological water is rarely far from the surface of a membrane or a macromolecule such as proteins, nucleic acids and polysaccharides like starch and glycogen.

    Inside the cell, the concentration of proteins in cytoplasm is between 170 to 300 mg/ml, which suggests that 7 to 9 shells of water (hydration shells) coat the available surfaces, corresponding to a distance of 4 to 5nm (nanometre, 10-9m) between the surfaces. A substantial fraction of the water is quite closely associated (at a distance of less than 0.5nm) with the proteins, nucleic acids, polysaccharides and assemblies of smaller molecules that make up an organism, and is essential for their functioning.

    The idea that cell water is distinct from bulk liquid water goes back a long way to pioneers like Gilbert Ling and Albert Szent-Györgyi in the 1960s and 70s; to many physicists and chemists in the latter half of the 19th century fascinated by the distinctive properties of ‘protoplasm’ inside living cells.

    Since the 1970s, many physical and physiological techniques have demonstrated that cell water behaves very differently from bulk water. It is dynamically ordered or oriented, and exhibit restricted motion compared to water in the bulk.

    More recently, ordered interfacial water have been found to be associated with pure protein or DNA crystals obtained at cryogenic (very low freezing) temperatures. These ordered water molecules do not form the typical ice structure, but are involved in many different forms of hydrogen bonding networks with the macromolecule and with each other.

    A major uncertainty is what fraction of the water in living organisms and cells is distinct from bulk water, and to what extent water is essential for different living functions.

    Using sophisticated techniques with big machines, such as NMR and more recently, neutron diffraction, no more than one or two layers can be detected to have altered properties, which would imply that a substantial part of the water inside cells and in the extracellular matrix is still bulk water.

    But other scientists, notably, Gilbert Ling, who emigrated to the United States on a Boxer Fellowship from China, has been insisting since the 1960s that practically all the water in the cell is in an ‘altered’ state different from bulk water (see SiS review).

    Interfacial water as model of biological water
    Water generally forms ordered layers over solid surfaces, and this ordered ‘interfacial water’ can tell us a great deal about water in living organisms.

    Interfacial water has different properties from bulk water; for example, certain solutes that dissolve in bulk water are excluded from interfacial water, or fail to dissolve in it.

    Interfacial water is generally thought to be no more than one or at most several layers of water molecules thick. But several reports published in the 1990s suggested that hydrophilic (water-loving) surfaces could extend their influence over much larger distances from the interface.

    Small experiments that tell a big tale
    Gerald Pollack and Zheng Jian-ming in the Department of Bioengineering, University of Washington, Seattle in the United States decided to do some simple elegant experiments to find out exactly how far such hydrophilic surfaces can extend their influence; and came up with some startling results.

    They used as solutes, microspheres 0.5 to 2 mm in diameter, which can be seen with the ordinary light microscope. For the hydrophilic surfaces, they employed several common hydrogels known to interact strongly with water.

    In the first experiment they put a small gel sample between two large glass cover slips, and filled the space to either side with a suspension of the microspheres, then sealed the chamber. The whole assembly was placed on the stage of a microscope fitted with a camera to follow what happens.

    In the second experiment, the gel was formed around a glass cylinder, which was withdraw after the gel was formed, leaving a channel, l mm in diameter, which is then filled with the suspension of microspheres and placed under the microscope.

    To their amazement, they found that the microspheres were excluded from the gel surfaces in both experiments over distances of tens of mm, and in extreme cases, up to 250mm or more. Such massive exclusion zones are totally unexpected, and have never been reported before (see Fig. 1).

    Microspheres were almost completely absent from the exclusion zone, and the boundary between exclusion and non-exclusion rather sharp, of the order of 10% of the width of the exclusion zone. The zone forms rather quickly, and appears 80% complete after 60s. Migration velocity was about 1.5mm per second, and microspheres near the boundary migrated at the same speed as those far away from it. Once formed, the exclusion zones remained stable for days.

    Figure 1. Exclusion zone formed next to the surface of polyacrylic acid gel.

    Could this be an artefact? For example, could there be some invisible threads sticking out from the gel surface to push the microspheres away? They tested this by using the atomic force microscope and other sensitive probes to detect such strands, but no protruding strands were detectable, not even after they fixed and cross-linked the gel and washed it extensively, so no lose strands could ever leak out.

    Could it be that the gel was in fact shrinking away from the surface and extruding water, and therefore squirting the microspheres away? But no such shrinkage was detectable; the boundary did not shift appreciably as the microspheres migrated away from it. Over a period of 120 minutes, the diameter of the cylindrical hollow in the gel changed by less than 2mm. Thus, in the 2 min period during which the exclusion zone was formed, shrinkage was insignificant.

    Could it be that polymers were leaking out into the exclusion zone, and pushing away the microspheres? They added a polymer to the microsphere suspension, but this only narrowed the exclusion zone.

    Yet another test was to continuously infuse microsphere suspension into the cylindrical hollow in the gel under pressure at a speed of about 100mm/s, so that any suspended invisible solutes ought to be washed out. But the exclusion zones persisted, virtually unchanged even at the highest speeds.

    The exclusion zones were not a quirk due to the particular gel used. Polyvinyl alcohol gel, polyacrylamide gels, polyacrylic acid gels, and even a bundle of rabbit muscle all gave similar results (Fig. 2); and microspheres of different dimensions, coated with chemicals of opposite charge nevertheless resulted in exclusion zones. Thus, exclusion zones are a general feature of hydrophilic surfaces. One gel that did not show exclusion was when polyacrylamide was copolymerised with a vinyl derivative of malachite green.

    Figure 2. Exclusion zone next to surface of rabbit muscle.

    Exclusion was most profound when the microspheres were most highly charged, so negatively charged microspheres gave maximum exclusion at high pH, whereas positively charged microspheres gave maximum exclusion at low pH. The presence of salt tended to decrease the size of the exclusion zone somewhat. The size of the exclusion zone also went up with the diameter of the microsphere.

    How could it be explained?
    What could be the explanation for this strange phenomenon that has never been observed; that apparently goes against all expectations based on data from the latest big machines?

    After ruling out several trivial explanations, Zheng and Pollack considered whether it could be due to layers of water molecules growing in an organized manner from the gel surface and extending outwards, pushing the microspheres out at the same time. That would seem consistent with the observation that the speed of migration of the microspheres is constant regardless of distance from the boundary. It is also consistent with the finding that larger microspheres give bigger exclusion zones.

    The increase in exclusion zone with charge, too, is consistent with their water-structuring hypothesis, as higher surface charge is known to be associated with larger extent of water structuring. But, as they remark, "While these several observations fit the water-structure mechanism, no reports we know of confirm any more than several hundred layers of water structure at the extreme, and not the 106 solvent layers implied here."
     
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    https://forum.jackkruse.com/index.p...ds-with-light-dopamine-why.17347/#post-203606
    Jack Kruse, Mar 8, 2016

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    [qu ote="Jack Kruse, post: 190439, member: 1031"]Light builds hormones by building dopamine using aromatic amino acids that absorb UV light. It does this to cortisol too. That light is used to power up electrons and this electrons have to get assigned a spin in mitochondria. So light acts as the currency in the compound pharmacy in our pituitary every day to make things we need from light. If you understand factorial math, that means within our octave of the visible spectrum that retinal cells that control bio chemicals can handle 8,683,317,618,811,886,495,518,194,401,280,000,000 different frequencies. This is a staggering level of power and control. So when you open up any biochemistry book and realize that biochemistry only uses 100,000 substrate in reactions you realize light can control it. When you factor in that the photoelectric effect acts instantaneously, with no time delay, then you begin to see how 100,000 biochemical reactions can occur per second using light frequencies from the visible spectrum easily.

    People tell us all the time to block the sun with sunscreens and glass. Nonsense. We have built in natural sunscreens for UV light. Vitamin C is one way in how we modulate light assimilation and transport at surfaces.....This is why equatorial fruits have vitamin c in them. It is also why taking too much vitamin C is bad.........it block the sun even more. When there is a mismatch in the Vitamin C signaling What else can happens to SHBG because of an altered copper metabolism linked to Vitamin C?in collagen and it is not optimized you can see your SHBG in the plasma rise and many problems then begin in your sex steroid hormone cascades crash and burn..........WHY LACK of sunlight. Dopamine is the guardian of the gland. ...........This is why SHBG is so misunderstood by your steroid guru's and anti- aging docs. When it rises your body has no light contained in its system and % heteroplasmy is rising.............What to do? MOVE to the sun because modern life is lowering it yield every day around you.

    A rising SHBG is a beacon of a light problem for the person with the condition of poor light assimilation.............It affects ceruloplasmin and the carotenoids cycles in the skin and without dopamine in the eye, you make no hormones and the ones you do make are released incorrectly.
    DNA breakdown on the surface layers of the skin is the another ingenious way to do it using non linear optics.........and then their is the carotenoid system on surfaces as another fail safe for UV light assimilation. This is why vegetarians do OK around the equator and no where else...........veggies have them. You dont need veggies outside the tropics. It worsens UV assimilation. Terry Wahls fail right there folks. This is how a half truth gets you killed or sicker. This redness of the skin is the signal from the sun you need to pay attention too because it means you have reached your dose of UV for the day. If you eat too many veggies or too much fruit outside the tropics it is akin to using chemical sunscreens, so that, you also lose that signal increasing the chance you will burn and fry the system. It just does not make any quantum sense from this perspective to use sunscreen when you have these systems in you. . Just more proof of what people are selling may not be worth buying. Nonsense.[/quote]
     
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    JanSz Gold

    water is mostly interested in UV & IRa spectra
    UV light is 9% of sunlight energy that falls to Earth surface
    IRa light is 42% of sunlight energy


    Life is only found in equilibrium at death.
    Computer system works of silicon and electrons.
    Life is a computer system that uses light, electrons and protons on a carbon backbone.

    replace electrons with light
    carbon for silicon
    and life is possible

    Life is a computer system that uses light not electrons
    This moves computations from electronics to photonics

    electrons and photons a very different
    electrons have mass, photons does not have mass
    electrons have negative charge, photons have no charge
    both are quantum particles, so both are wave like, so can carry signal and energy density

    Inside of every cell there are light based computers

    electrons repell each other, they are fermions, they obey the rule, Pauli exclusion principle
    that states that two identical fermions (particles with half-integer spin) cannot occupy the same quantum state simultaneously

    light is in boson family (love to come together and congregate)(pass thru one another without any penalty)
    Bosons make up one of the two classes of particles, the other being fermions.
    Examples of bosons include fundamental particles such as photons, gluons, and W and Z bosons
    An important characteristic of bosons is that their statistics do not restrict the number of them that occupy the same quantum state.

    (like likes like) (Pollack)

    This makes computer based on light (and not electrons) with the chance to have ability to make trillions of connections that pass thru one another going thru carying both energy and information. This is fundamentally what brain is build off and how is build to work.

    An important characteristic of bosons is that their statistics do not restrict the number of them that occupy the same quantum state.

    Turing described perpetual motion machine.
    incompleteness theorem
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gödel's_incompleteness_theorems
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turing_machine
    Turing machine

    Nature's definition of what perpetual is, is tied to life and deatch cycle.
    Where life is not rarey extinguished because it is passed on from generation to generation.
    This way, life is perpetual motion machine. 59:35


    The motions that are the key are motions that happens on mitochondrial membrane.
    As long as electrons are flowing from NAD+ to oxygen, life exist.

    Science tells us that perpetual machines are impossible because perpetual motions are impossible
    but there is except
    except at the level of quantum particles which newer stops moving

    Everything about mitochondria is about non stop motion.
    As long as electrons move from NAD+ to oxygen there is a motion, life exist.


    https://members.jackkruse.com/november-2016-webinar-the-grand-synthesis/
     
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    Liquid Minerals
    [​IMG]
    Getting right to the bottom line, if the soil in which our food grows is not in balance, neither will be the food. Modern agriculture is in such disarray that plants don’t stay in the ground long enough to completely develop their nutrient potential because they have to be shipped across the country without spoiling.

    The coup de grace comes when we throw the cooking water down the drain.
    http://www.bodybio.com/storecategory141.aspx
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    Some do not even see the ground.
    aquaponics
    hydroponic
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    Hydrofarm
    https://www.hydrofarm.com/

    Phantom brand of ballasts and reflectors represents the very best available in indoor horticultural lighting equipment.

    Experience new levels of growth and coverage with Hydrofarm’s Raptor air-cooled mega reflector.

    Quantum horticultural products bring quality, high-intensity illumination to your garden.

    Digilux Metal Halide and High Pressure Sodium bulbs are favored by growers because of the wide color spectrum and efficiency.
     
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    Wonder how healthy it would be to have this guys near.
    Infection with some of their brothers may cause rapid blood coagulation.
    But they can tell you how good is your Circadian Rhythm.

    @Jack Kruse
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    http://biolum.eemb.ucsb.edu/organism/dinohome.html
    Light Cycles

    These dinoflagellates have a circadian rhythm which controls their bioluminescence and photosynthesis on a 24-hour basis, i.e. they only photosynthesize when they “think” it's day and they only produce bioluminescence or flash when they “think” it's night. So, you need to grow them on a strict light schedule, otherwise their natural rhythms can't synchronize with the light cycle and they won't know when to flash and when not to flash.

    Ideally, they should get 12 hours of light and 12 hours of darkness every 24 hours and at the same time every day. If you can do this, the dinos will be brightly luminescent whenever they are in their "night phase" and they will be pretty much non-luminescent when they are in their "day phase". If you have access to a grow light or an aquarium/terriarium light this is ideal, because then you can really control when they get their photosynthetic light. For example, you could grow them in a place that doesn't get any natural sunlight and instead give them artificial light at night so that in the daytime (when the sun is really out) the dinos will think it is nighttime and will be flashing brightly.

    If you are doing experiments with these organisms remember that these rhythms will determine when you should perform the experiments. You should test their bioluminescence at the same time everynight so you know that the organism is at the same point in its natural rhythm each time.
    [​IMG]
     
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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Organelle#Eukaryotic_organelles

    Organelle
    Cell biology
    The animal cell
    [​IMG]
    Components of a typical animal cell:
    1. Nucleolus
    2. Nucleus
    3. Ribosome (little dots)
    4. Vesicle
    5. Rough endoplasmic reticulum
    6. Golgi apparatus (or "Golgi body")
    7. Cytoskeleton
    8. Smooth endoplasmic reticulum
    9. Mitochondrion
    10. Vacuole
    11. Cytosol (fluid that contains organelles, comprising the cytoplasm)
    12. Lysosome
    13. Centrosome
    14. Cell membrane
    In cell biology, an organelle /ɔːrɡəˈnɛl/ is a specialized subunit within a cell that has a specific function.
    Individual organelles are usually separately
    enclosed within their own lipid bilayers.

    .
    [​IMG]

    The two leaflets of the membrane become so energetic that they move in separate flow rates independently from each other and are often referred as mosaic sea while still maintaining their 4.5 nm structural shape. Page 41
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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eicosanoid

    Eicosanoids are signaling molecules made by the enzymatic or non-enzymatic oxidation of arachidonic acid or other polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) that are, like arachidonic acid, 20 carbon units in length. Eicosanoids function in diverse physiological and pathological systems including those: mounting or inhibiting inflammation, allergy, fever and other immune responses; influencing the abortion of pregnancy and normal childbirth; contributing to the perception of pain; regulating cell growth; controlling blood pressure; and modulating the regional flow of blood to tissues. In performing these tasks, eicosanoids most often act as autocrine signaling agents to impact their cells of origin or as paracrine signaling agents to impact cells near to their cells of origin. However, they can also act as endocrine agents to control the function of distant cells.
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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Essential_fatty_acid_interactions#Eicosanoid_series_nomenclature

    Essential fatty acid interactions
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    The mere thought of multi-cellular activity, and especially the evolution of human kind is, at our present level of knowledge, not possible without essential fatty acids (EFAs), which are the precursors to the regulatory prostaglandins, which provide cell to cell communication and basic cellular initiation. Before one can advance beyond protozoa, or single cell organism, into multi-cell protozoa, there must be both communication and a means of regulation. This is thw world of prostaglandins (PGs), the local "hormones" that control the interactions without which there is no complex life forms. (page 36)

    .
     
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    [qu ote="Jack Kruse, post: 203647, member: 1031"]Gouda has the highest content of vitamin K2 than any other cheese with approximately 20 mcg per ounce[/quote]
     
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    Quantlet
    [qu ote="Jack Kruse, post: 203924, member: 1031"]We use 850nm frequency and the user can vary the pulse rate via the software we are including in the launch versions of the device. Most people have not been shown this. Our partners have. It will be our surprise gift for the time delays we had to go through with the global battery nightmare tied to Samsung. We do not share power density because that is part of our patent and proprietary information.[/quote]
     
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    Published on Oct 27, 2016


    Health, Cell Membranes and Phosphatidylcholine
    Published on Apr 24, 2012

    You just can't run out of PC.
     
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    cytidine 5′-diphosphocholine (citicoline, CDP-choline)

    http://europepmc.org/articles/PMC4625486

    in patients with first optic neuritis has just been completed. Preliminary results indicate that the (primary) endpoint, recovery of the optic nerve latency measured by visual evoked potentials, has been reached, however, there was no effect on other secondary outcome parameters like visual acuity

    We have tested the substance cytidine 5′-diphosphocholine (citicoline, CDP-choline) for possible neuroprotective and regenerative properties in two animal models of multiple sclerosis.

    In the CNS, endogenous CDP-choline is an intermediate compound in the biosynthesis of the cell membrane phospholipid phosphatidylcholine

    CDP-choline given parenterally or orally quickly degrades into its products cytidine and choline which can cross the blood-brain barrier separately (Grieb, 2014). In the CNS both products can be resynthesized to CDP-choline and might thus increase the biosynthesis of phosphatidylcholine.

    it should be noted that the neuroprective effects of CDP-choline which were found in animal disease models of stroke and brain injury could not be reproduced in humans.
    traumatic brain injury
    moderate to severe acute ischaemic stroke
    multiple sclerosis
    optic neuritis
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    http://www.jarrow.com/product/288/Citicoline_(CDP_Choline)

    ,
    Note
    citicoline degrades
    BodyBio PC does not degrade (because it is liposome).
    citicoline have to be made into phosphatidylcholine
    PC is already (mostly) phosphatidylcholine.
     
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    Phosphatidylcholine Therapy
     
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    http://www.mwt.net/~drbrewer/HealMembraneHealBody.htm
    Nice words, and rest of the details,
    but he is missing the distinction between lecithin (pc in oil) and more pure PC that forms liposomes (more stable) and miceles (less stable), both are able to resist digestion and make to (able to touch cell membranes and be incorporated ino it). PhosphatidylCholine in oil (lecithine) is digested, broken into individual pieces. May as well eat an egg.


    HEALING the MEMBRANE - HEALING the BODY
    The Important Role of Phospholipids


    PC INFUSIONS for CARDIAC PATIENTS:

    As membranes age there are significant changes in the percentages of the various phospholipids. Research has shown that on the outer layer of the membrane the concentration of PC is reduced on aging cells. At the same time, cholesterol levels are increased along with the other phospholipid, sphingomyelin (SM). This decrease in PC levels is particularly pronounced in cells that have a low phospholipid turnover rate like the aorta and arterial walls. In advanced aortic lesions, the content of SM may be as high as 70-80%; the ratio of PC/SM showing a 6-fold decrease with arterial aging.
    This age-related change in the lipid composition of heart muscle cells of animals has been positively altered with injections of PC. The exciting results of animal studies have led to the administration of intravenous infusions of essential phospholipids in the form of PC to patients exhibiting various cardiovascular problems.

    PK (PATRICIA KANE) PROTOCOL: MEMBRANE REMODELING:

    neurodegenerative disorders such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, ALS, fibromyalgia, lymes, CFIDS, hepatitis, autism and other disorders

    renegade and odd chain fatty acids in their membranes that are the result of various biotoxins

    Dr. Kane has found that consumption of high amounts of EPA and DHA from fish oil as many health professionals promote, may end up suppressing membrane metabolism of these renegade fatty acids.

    oral supplementation of 1800-3600 mg or more of PC is used on an ongoing basis

    The red cell membrane test as well as the Visual Contrast Sensitivity Test is used to monitor the patient’s responses

    cycle of reabsorption must be broken in order for the body to be relieved of its burden of toxins

    to assist in detoxification: butyrate salts of calcium and magnesium, which are short chain fatty acids that are the number one fuel for the cells that line the colon.

    “the big plunge” of liver detox
    “the intestinal peel”, and the
    “butyrate detox enema”

    Liquid trace minerals and an oral electrolyte
    Phosphatidylcholine: Life’s Designer Molecule

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