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Discussion in 'Optimal Labs' started by Eddie Garza, Apr 29, 2015.

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    arachidonic acid can metabolize in both directions, either promote inflammation (PGE2), or, promote
    anti-inflammation --- (PGI2), but we only hear of the inflammatory side, the one that tells you to buy ibuprofen,or aspirin, or even get a prescription for steroids, which also block AA metabolism. In effect, calling arachidonic acid inflammatory is a lie --- or a half-truth, which is really a whole lie.

    Garcia Rodriguez et al42 contraindicates the use of NSAIDs, even an aspirin-a day, as cardio-protective. Suppression of AA with NSAIDs lowers PGI2, the principle anti-inflammatory agent derived from AA.

    An increase in prostacyclin can facilitate pregnancy in women with fertility problems (Saldeen 2004 45). It is a potent vasodilator (Oviedo 2004 46) and inhibits platelet adhesion and cell growth (Nagaya 2005 47).

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    To undertake the job, in this brief paper, of portraying Arachidonic Acid as the pivotal lipid molecule in metabolism in light of the years of negative press is clearly not a walk in the park.
     
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    http://blog.bodybio.com/download/why-41-ratio-oil/?wpdmdl=1268
    AA is a 20 carbon lipid chain with 4 double bonds (see Tech Notes), one of three eicosanoids (eico is Greek for 20), of which AA is the largest. The two other eicosanoids are DGLA, also an omega 6 lipid, and EPA, the only omega 3 eicosanoid. Of the total, AA comprises ~ 89% 61 of the three by volume, so it is the largest by a wide margin, overwhelmingly so.

    The activities of AA are so vital it is not possible to think of life at our level of complexity without arachidonic acid.

    arachidonic acid is preferentially wasted in states of heavy metal toxicity; (Kane, 2002 63) and has been observed to be sharply suppressed in red cell fatty acid analysis in states of heavy metal toxicity;
    inadequate stores of AA can compromise detoxification.

    After a dozen years or more of close examination of detailed red cell lipid analysis at BodyBio, we have witnessed and documented repeated over-expression of omega 3 fatty acids EPA and DHA, with the ultimate suppression of omega 6 fatty acids. BodyBio analyzes the patient’s complex lipid biochemistry through a computerized report, which is then forwarded to the physician. Over 90% are reporting high EPA and DHA levels most often from taking an excess of fish oil.

    The elevated levels of EPA and DHA predominantly come from suggestions by their regular physicians to try fish oil.With the encouragement now coming from an authority, the over-expression of EPA and DHA has reached epidemic proportions. However, the direct effect
    on the body is that fi sh oil suppresses arachidonic acid and other omega 6 fatty acids (Gurr 2002
    6), which further cause metabolic disturbances

    (BodyBio RBC fatty acid reports are performed
    at Kennedy Krieger Institute - Johns Hopkins University, the premier
    fatty acid testing laboratory in the world).
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    http://blog.bodybio.com/download/why-41-ratio-oil/?wpdmdl=1268

    While saturated fats
    are rigid sticks of wax, unsaturated lipids are in constant
    motion, all by themselves.

    All fats and oils come prepackaged in the diet in just twovarieties --- either with two lipid tails as structural PLs (phospholipids), or with three lipid tails as triglycerides,“tri” for three (TR).

    The process of digestion disassembles all fat molecules (both PLs and TRs) and moves the components to the cells where-upon the carbon chains are either
    (1) burned for energy, or,
    (2) combined as phospholipids to form new cell membranes, or,
    (3) if we have more than we need at the moment, stored as triglycerides in adipose tissue for later use.
    Excess sugars are also converted into fatty acid chains and form triglycer-ides (3 lipid tails)

    We admire the pretty clear oil, which is intended to convey the image of purity. Nothing could be further from the truth.

    Hydrogenation preferentially attacks the omega 3 (alpha linolenic) oils, twisting the molecular
    structure of the lipid molecule into a trans-fat. The cell is fooled into thinking that trans-fats are OK because a trans-fat looks normal. Hydrogenated fats can take their place on the phospholipids (PLs), but it is not the same. What was once a phospholipid with a
    high energy omega-3 or omega-6 lipidis now a phospholipid with a trans-fat (liquid at 111º, now solid in the body.
    The metabolic destruction happens slowly, years later, long after we ate the bad guys. Trans-
    fats encourage hardening of the arteries since they are actually hard fats themselves, and more important, is the loss of the omega 3, ALA.

    Yehuda, Mostofsky, Rabinovitz, and Carasso have consistently shown that the most beneficial ratio of essential fats (EFA) is 4 parts of linoleic acid (LA) to 1 part alpha linolenic acid (ALA), 80% omega-6 to 20% omega-3, or a 4:1 EFA ratio.
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    All life on the planet requires more omega 3s (higher energy) as we move away from equatorial climates towards the North and South poles.

    The higher frequency of the omega 3s provides a higher lipid chain movement with greater
    resistance to cold. Wheat grown in central Canada has more n-3s than wheat grown in Oklahoma. The higher fluidity is a must for the sap to be able to flow as the temperature drops. All life in the frozen tundra such as polar bears, Eskimos, and especially the Emperor Penguins have a higher omega 3 content.

    Year after year from ’93 on, in study after study, the number was the same:
    four parts of linoleic to one part of alpha linolenic ---
    80% linoleic (n-6) to 20% linolenic (n-3).
    Yehuda called it SR-3 for Specific Ratio-3

    Yehuda’s research filled a major nutritional hole.

    But --- remember --- there are two levels of EFAs, and the 4:1 oil addresses only the lower level, LA and ALA, not the higher --- the HUFAs.
    At the present time, without a Red Blood Cell Fatty Acid analysis, there is no way of accurately assessing how much HUFAs, AA, GLA, EPA, or DHA, the body needs.
    For the majority, the 4:1 oil should be a staple, with the dietary addition of eggs, meat, and dairy for the n-6s, and fish or fish oil for the n-3s, which should fill in our higher EFA requirements.
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    BODYBIO blends the oils of sunflower and flax oils specifically to a ratio of 4:1 (see BODYBIO Balanced Oil).
    Hemp seed oil comes very close, since it has a ratio of 3.8 to 1.
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000GAO91K/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&th=1

    Nutiva Organic Hemp Oil, 24 Ounce
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    There are many different tests from premier laboratories across the country to help doctors analyze each patient.
    However, the use of a Johns Hopkins Red Blood Cell Fatty Acid test* and the BodyBio computerized medical report is paramount for each patient. There is no other way to diagnose a patient’s fatty acid profi le without looking into the membrane, and then carefully making adjustments of fatty acid intake.

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    https://www.facebook.com/groups/420568171382644/permalink/972810259491763/
    This makes evolution rapid and complex and not gradual as biology has come to accept.
    This means Darwin's thesis that evolution is gradual is false.
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    15000 years ago we had a precious little time to develop third eye,
    on a way from Proto-Saturn's orbit to Sun's.

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    In botany, a stoma (plural "stomata"), also called a stomate (plural "stomates")[1] (from Greek στόμα, "mouth"[2]), is a pore, found in the epidermis of leaves, stems, and other organs, that is used to control gas exchange.
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    Jack Kruse said:
    They do not have a natural radiation.......they use stomatal conductance......so the pore opening is how they control temp and water and they use phototropism to angle leaf to proper light inclination to maximize energy.
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    [qu ote="Sue-UK, post: 205088, member: 9658"]https://www.jackkruse.com/quantum-biology-9-photosynthesis/ is also a goodie for me because of water, and cold. In "Brilliant Green, the surprising history and science of plant intelligence" by Stefano Mancuso and Alessandra Viola, they describe how in normal conditions the stomata's cycle of opening and closing is controlled by the presence and intensity of light. But because during photosynthesis they are losing water through transpiration, the plant seems to "compute" not only the available light, but its reserves of water, and will close the stomata and deprive them of the opportunity for photosynthesis, rather than risk getting too dehydrated. So if my brain "computes" that the system is dehydrated I might believe I am harvesting light when I'm not .....:confused:[/quote]

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    Watching electrolytes may be more important than originally thought.

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    How to encourage dental implant, jaw bone/implant integration/
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    Dental Lasers Revolutionize Dentistry
    How Does it Work?
    Cold laser treatments can often be combined with traditional treatment for even better results. Although some patients may be able to benefit from just one treatment, most patients need multiple treatments. In our practice we are utilizing The TerraQuant Solo Healing Laser, the most advanced laser for following applications: Hypersensitivity, Bone regeneration, Post-scaling pain, elimination of Inflammation Dry sockets, Cold sore & oral ulcers, TMJ disorders, Paresthesia, Post-operative tissue healing Implant integration

    How Deep into the Tissue can Laser Light Penetrate?
    This narrow band, which extends approximately from 600 to 1,200 nanometers, is the so-called therapeutic window. That is the reason why the therapeutic lasers in the market today have wavelengths within this therapeutic window.
    The penetration index is not the same level throughout the therapeutic window. In fact,
    lasers in the 600 to 730 nanometers have less penetration and are suitable for superficial applications such as in acupuncture.

    Lasers vs. LED
    Light emitting diodes (LED) are just tiny light bulbs that fit easily into an electrical circuit. But unlike ordinary incandescent bulbs, they do not have a filament that will burn out. They are illuminated solely by the movement of electrons in a semiconductor material. LED’s produce incoherent light just like an ordinary light bulb does. Light from LED’s have very little tissue penetration compared to laser light.

    By applying the first law of photochemistry (Grotthus-Draper Law), which states that light must be absorbed by a molecule before photochemistry can occur, one can immediately conclude that light from LED’s would work only on skin level conditions, if at all. For conditions deeper than skin layers one must choose light from a laser source.

    Pulsed vs. Continuous Wave Lasers

    Is Laser Therapy Safe?
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    Further it is recommended that the laser device not be used directly on any neoplasmic tissue.

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    Periodontal disease can result in the destruction of the bone supporting the teeth. Utilizing the Laser we can remove the infected tissue within the pockets around the teeth. Once this tissue is gone and the bacteria have been removed the body can begin to heal itself. Unfortunately the gum tissue grows faster than the bone. By using the laser at one week intervals we are able to control the down growth of the gum tissue while stimulating the up growth of bone. In several studies they were able to demonstrate the regrowth of the bone around the teeth. This is unheard of and if it actually works is one of the greatest advances in dentistry today.
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    TQ Solo Delivers Multi Radiance Technology
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    Engineers designed Multi Radiance Technology into the TQ Solo to employ four proven radiances. With the TQ Solo your body is given the ultimate combination of 4 healing energies for relieving pain:

    infrared light at 875 nm,
    super pulsed laser at 905 nm with peak power up to 15,000 mW,
    red light at 660 nm, and a
    static magnetic field to increase microcirculation.
     
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    Lasers vs. LED
    Light emitting diodes (LED) are just tiny light bulbs that fit easily into an electrical circuit. But unlike ordinary incandescent bulbs, they do not have a filament that will burn out. They are illuminated solely by the movement of electrons in a semiconductor material. LED’s produce incoherent light just like an ordinary light bulb does. Light from LED’s have very little tissue penetration compared to laser light.

    By applying the first law of photochemistry (Grotthus-Draper Law), which states that light must be absorbed by a molecule before photochemistry can occur, one can immediately conclude that light from LED’s would work only on skin level conditions, if at all. For conditions deeper than skin layers one must choose light from a laser source.

    Pulsed vs. Continuous Wave Lasers
     
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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electron_transport_chain
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    Outer (mitochondrial) membrane.
    Inner (mitochondrial) membrane.

    Still looking for a place that give details of membranes,
    cellular, mitochondrial, and other.
    how they go awry, and how to restore them to health.
    So far I got impression that mitochondrial membrane is just there,
    not taking part in what Complexes (I-IV and Q) are doing.
    That likely is not the case, parts of membrane's content is likely being exchanged in the process and requires renewal and replacement.


    The electron transport chain in the mitochondrion is the site of oxidative phosphorylation in eukaryotes. The NADH and succinate generated in the citric acid cycle are oxidized, providing energy to power ATP synthase.
     
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    Bing Crosby - Mele Kalikimaka (Hawaiian Christmas Song)




    DEPLORABLE Mr Grinch
     
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