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

  1. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Tyrosine inhibits creatine kinase

    Creatine Kinase (CK), Total Plus Isoenzymes Test Number: 002154 CPT: 82550 (total); 82552 (isoenzymes)

    Indicates need for, and monitors results of PhosphatidylCholine supplementation (the BodyBio PC)


    More sunlight
    less supplements.

    will someone with low progesterone increase its level by getting more sunlight (even equatorial sunlight)???
    @Jack Kruse

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  2. JanSz

    JanSz Gold


    in nature and human imagination, anything is possible,
    and this is why,
    in nature, there is no law except
    the law of nature that there is no law.

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  3. Dean6789

    Dean6789 New Member

    @JanSz Thanks for the awesome details. I had a few questions:

    1. Is the Reptile UVB200 bulb you're referring to the 26 watt bulb? (still getting up to speed on all this stuff but I think this is the only major wavelength I'm missing from my interior arsenal)
    2. How long would you use this bulb if you were stuck inside most of the day?
    3. Aren't all these mercury bulbs detrimental to health?

  4. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    One cannot do better than using actual sunlight.
    Everything else is just approximation.
    That was mostly research.
    Look here for my more recent setup;
    Also look thru my other posts on that thread:
    Artificial lighting management for a human locked in small room.

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  5. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Dr. Jack Kruse hypothyroidism lowers mitochondrial heat release......
    this is bad news if you have an uncoupled haplotype

    but it is not bad news if your have an equatorial haplotype.
    The way heat flows with respect to temperature is the key to understanding life's thermodynamics. And most people do not get that nuance


    I think what follows is likely the notion of ideal/desirable body temperature
    98.6F=37C deep under the tongue.
    FreeT3 in upper laboratory range or slightly higher
    may be even desirable
    cortisolAM level should be somewhat lower in tropical area.

    Those values were likely originally developed north of tropics.

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  6. Dean6789

    Dean6789 New Member

  7. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

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    JanSz Gold

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  9. JanSz

    JanSz Gold


    Ketosis is not a fuel source from diet as most seem to believe. This was parotted in the podcast. It is a false narrative they repeated.
    Ketosis should result from a fasting state,
    when an animals environment force it to live off its proton stores from its fat mass, while connected to the Earth. Moreover, the key part of the solar spectrum: 42% of the IR-A light. Ketosis optimized REQUIRES the process of grounding brought up in these mammals when this occurs. They also forget modern humans do neither during their applications of ketosis in the modern world. they are sold an idea of ketosis done by food……..not by living off their fat mass while being chronically connected to Earth and the sun as nature requires. Man’s modern version and choices not wise for a ketotic metabolism. This is why I am no fan of exogenous ketones.
    Ketosis is not optimal in all seasons with a varying light environment.

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  10. JanSz

    JanSz Gold


    Since the dawn of time, life has been changing in form and function using the power of the sun. The proton recycling in a cell is seminal in this change program. While other factors contribute to these changes, electromagnetic radiation from natural and (via man’s influence) unnatural sources has a much greater impact on DNA/RNA. RNA in the exosome is the real actor in these changes. Natural sources, such as our sun, planets, and other celestial bodies create these vibrational forces at the heart of natural evolutionary processes. Seasonal, regional, and cyclical variations in the force carrier photon is what has been affecting the precession and pulse frequency on this force changes nucleotide configuration and thus DNA/RNA arrangements.



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    that in Netherlands liquid biopsy was available for quite some time already.

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  11. JanSz

    JanSz Gold



    In experiment (diethyl ether fixation), chlorophyll a has approximate absorbance maxima of
    430 nm (blue) and 662 nm (red),
    while chlorophyll b has approximate maxima of
    453 nm (blue) and 642 nm (red).
    The absorption peaks of chlorophyll a are at
    665 nm (red) and 465 nm (blue).
    Chlorophyll a
    fluoresces at
    673 nm (maximum) and 726 nm.
    Based upon the above numbers you can see plants don’t really like a ton of UV to grow.

    Chlorophyll A and B in chloroplasts are optimized for different light because of the light and water environment of the plant. Chlorophyll A is optimized for blue green and red photons, but not UV. The reason is obvious. UV is so highly powered it dehydrates leaves and lowers photosynthetic yield in plants. This is why photosyntheis has 3 separate mechanisms in nature to control stomatal conductance, transpiration, and leaf angulation to incident light. Water in plants, is first structured by red light to give charge separation to create coherent domains (redox pile of electrons). The hexagonal structure of the coherent domains are where 270nm UV light helps plants by enlarging the EZ in their photo-systems. Photosynthesis chloroplasts consumes water, while mitochondria makes water.

    These processes reverse one another, they do not mimic one another.






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  12. drezy

    drezy Gold

    LOL. That post would have been of massive use to me 5 years ago. Still... I left the crowd when everyone started dropping bunches sodium butyrate. I guess the paleo box producers needed to move on to making shinier boxes.

    Adding the sun was the last and most critical step for me. I'm here and paying attention now.
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  13. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Ketosis should result from a fasting state,


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    When deuterium combines with oxygen, the resulting water is referred to as deuterium oxide or “heavy” water –D2O.
    Semi-heavy water results when one atom of hydrogen and one atom of deuterium combine with oxygen: (HDO).
    Water made with deuterium tastes and looks the same but has numerous distinguishing characteristics.
    For example:
    • Normal water boils at 100° C;
    • heavy water boils at 101.4 °C
    • Normal water freezes at 0° C;
    • heavy water freezes at 3.8° C.
    • Ice normally floats on the surface of water; ice made with heavy water sinks.
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