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

  1. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

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    How nice it would be if
    more doctors feel lonely.


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    D is for Debacle - The Crucial Story of Vitamin D and Human Health
    Ivor Cummins
    Published on Dec 10, 2014




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    Sun Disciple AKA Paul...That Call Drop'n Canadian

    Since uping my redox mosquito bites no longer bother me. No swelling, no itching.
     
  10. JanSz

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    what really causes diabetes?
    When the circadian mechanism is off deuterium enters the liver

    Qlarivia to the rescue.

    Eat shit on a shingle, save $$ for DDW.
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    most of the modern beliefs around carbohydrate metabolism are horribly flawed.

    melanopsin is in both tissues and melanopsin system radically effects the diurnal rhythms of insulin without ANY FOOD in the alimentary tract.

    Type 2 diabetes (T2D) is not purely a metabolic story tied to food, as you’ve been lead to believe. It has more to do with light via the eye and skin

    Most people believe diabetes is tied to food and a gut problem. It is not.

    When the circadian mechanism is off the eneterocytes do not turn over every 24-48 hours and this allows deuterium to enter the liver and this is what really causes diabetes problems most are familiar with.

    The process, however, begins with blue light exposure in the eye and skin, and this ruins the peripheral clock mechanism in the gut and liver.
     
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  11. JanSz

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    After heart attack, stents were placed.
    So the worst places were taken care off, but disease progresses (in the whole body).

    With his therapy, Calcium score change:
    In one month from 1834 to 1730, 6 weeks down to 1669 ---> 1375
    500 points from March to August

    on end of video he gives phone and ...

    This docs youtube
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2xqRKcfv802ItmCiCm-QYg

    The video he posted in 2014,
    promised new video on topic of decreasing arterial plaque
    but
    I do not see anything

    so
    at this time no good vibes

    @Jack Kruse
    is there a way to reduce existing arterial plaque



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    lumbrokinase site:https://jeffreydachmd.com/


    lumbrokinase Archives - Jeffrey Dach MD

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    by J Dach
    Jun 24, 2018 - Fibrinolytic and proteolytic enzymes are useful for a variety of medical conditions.1) Serrapeptidase,2) Nattokinase and 3) Lumbrokinase.
    fibrinolytic enzymes Archives - Jeffrey Dach MD
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    coronary artery disease Archives - Jeffrey Dach MD
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  14. JanSz

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    https://jeffreydachmd.com/category/biofilms/

    Category Archives: Biofilms
    Jun 24
    Fibrinolytic and Proteolytic Enzymes Medical Use
    Posted on June 24 2018
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    Fibrinolytic and Proteolytic Enzymes, Medical Use by Jeffrey Dach MD Sam is a 24 year old with a swollen painful ankle after an injury playing basketball. Xrays are negative for fracture, but Sam cannot walk and stays at home applying … Continue reading →

    Posted in arthritis, atherosclerosis, Biofilms, Blood Clot, coronary artery disease, dementia, Enzymes, fibrinolytic enzymes, Heart Disease, infection, jeffrey dach, NSAIDS, sprained ankle | Tagged enzyme, fibrinolytic, lumbrokinase, nattokinase, serrapeptidase, sprained ankle | 0 Comments
    Jan 11
    Low Level Endotoxemia LPS Theory of Coronary Artery Disease
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    Low Level Endotoxemia LPS Theory of Coronary Artery Disease The LPS theory of coronary artery disease is the idea that “Leaky Gut” is the direct cause of atherosclerosis by virtue of the LPS, endotoxin released into the blood stream which … Continue reading →

    Posted in atherosclerosis, Biofilms, coronary artery disease | Tagged Coronary artery disease, endotoxemia, LPS | 1 Comment
    Sep 22
    Low Level Endotoxemia, Depression, Endocrinopathy and Coronary Artery Disease by Jeffrey Dach MD
    Posted on September 22 2015
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    Low Level Endotoxemia, Depression, Endocrinopathy and Coronary Artery Disease by Jeffrey Dach MD Tom, a 52 year old male arrived in my office with chief complaint of depression, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia and low libido. Tom is a successful business … Continue reading →

    Posted in Aged Garlic, Berberine, Biofilms, calcium score, Cholesterol, clomid, Clomiphene, coronary artery disease, Depression, Fibromyalgia, Gut Brain, Heart Disease, Hypertension, Hypogonadism, Hypothyroidism, jeffrey dach, leaky gut, Lithium, Low Level Endotoxemia, Low Testosterone, Low Thyroid Condition, LPS, Natural Dessicated Thyroid, Nature-throid, NDT, Proton Pump Inhibitors, Statin Drugs, Testosterone, TSH Suppressed | Tagged Central Hypothyroidism, Edward Gill, Hypothalamic Dysfunction, leaky gut, Low Testosterone, LPS, Major Depression, michael maes | 0 Comments
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    Atherosclerotic Plaque as Infected Biofilm
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    Atherosclerotic Plaque as Infected Biofilm by Jeffrey Dach MD I first met Stephen Fry M.D. a couple of years ago at his booth at the ACAM meeting at the Diplomat Hotel in Hollywood, and enjoyed an interesting conversation about his … Continue reading →

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    BioFilms in Chronic Rhino Sinusitis
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    BioFilms in Chronic Rhino Sinusitis You might be wondering why antibiotics and antifungal drugs are ineffective for chronic sinus infections. It’s because of the Bio-Film formation. Biofilms are colonies of microbes that form a mass which is resistant to drug … Continue reading →
     
  15. drezy

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    That's a blast from my past.

    I was diagnosed with Chroninc Rhino Sinitus back in '89! It was back when I lived in the arctic tundra known as Pennsylvania.
     
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    How have you got rid of it?
     
  17. drezy

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    Love.... just love...

    and an 11º move closer to the equator
    and avoidance of what I now know as mismatched D-bomb foods(previously thought of them only as lectins)
    and switching to an IF diet

    OK those last few might have been bigger factors.

    Can you devise a test that has falsifiability for love? Asking my wife to stop loving me seems expensive. I'll keep a closer eye on my sinuses when she gets mad at me now though.
     
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    I want a Myrtle Beach pic.
     
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    Too high calcium score in wrong place.
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