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Low Cortisol Levels

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

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    Gosh, I was searching for omega-3 and got hooked on this and had to watch the whole dance. Yay Ben and Torri! Love that they get better every year!
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    I’d never get paid if I wrote this Rx for every patient because the paradigm has no rewards for prevention as a productivity measure, yet it is what patients all want.

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    You have just got important bread crumb.
    Say thank you very much.
    And answer the question:
    Do you have any:


    In my case that would be:

    Gene & Variation rsID Alleles Result

    VDR Bsm rs1544410 CC -/-

    MAO A R297R rs6323 G -/-
    ACAT1-02 rs3741049 GG -/-

    MTHFR 03 P39P rs2066470 GG -/-

    MTR A2756G rs1805087 AA -/-

    MTRR H595Y rs10380 CC -/-
    MTRR K350A rs162036 AA -/-
    MTRR R415T rs2287780 CC -/-

    CBS N212N rs2298758 GG -/-


    Gene & Variation rsID Alleles Result
    CYP1A1*2C A4889G rs1048943 TT -/-
    CYP1A1 m3 T3205C rs4986883 TT -/-
    CYP1A1 C2453A rs1799814 GG -/-
    CYP1A2 164A>C rs762551 AA -/-

    CYP1B1 R48G rs10012 GG -/-
    CYP2A6*2 1799T>A rs1801272 AA -/-
    CYP2A6*20 rs28399444 II -/-

    CYP2C9*3 A1075C rs1057910 AA -/-
    CYP2C19*17 rs12248560 CC -/-

    CYP2D6 2850C>T rs16947 GG -/-
    CYP2E1*1B 9896C>G rs2070676 CC -/-
    CYP2E1*1B 10023G>A rs55897648 GG -/-
    CYP2E1*4 4768G>A rs6413419 GG -/-
    CYP3A4*1B rs2740574 TT -/-
    CYP3A4*2 S222P rs55785340 AA -/-
    CYP3A4*3 M445T rs4986910 AA -/-
    CYP3A4*16 T185S rs12721627 GG -/-

    NAT1 R187Q rs4986782 GG -/-
    NAT1 R64W rs1805158 CC -/-

    NAT2 R197Q rs1799930 GG -/-
    NAT2 G286E rs1799931 GG -/-
    NAT2 R64Q rs1801279 GG -/-
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    The perihelion is how close Earth is to the sun as we revolve around the sun in our ellipitcal orbit. Right now the Earth is closest to the sun in January and furthest from the sun in June based upon the cycles that control this process. These process are all linked to circadian biology of our mitochondria in ways you might not realize.
    How sun travel around middle of galaxy affect/complete above statement?

    Earth's orbit is not elliptical, it is a spiral.
    @Jack Kruse


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    @JanSz not only the solar system, but the galaxy within the universe, and possibly the universe within...? Everything is connected by the different fields.
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    What do you think about this thoughts?

    Other than what you mentioned, or on top of that
    the light bends,
    so the universe may be much smaller than we assume.

    It is not only about distance measurements being questioned (pitfalls of using red shift),
    but also
    we cannot see straight
    may be the light does not bend due to gravity
    maybe it is refraction or something else
    but what we see is not there (in the straight line)
    the universe may be much smaller then we imagine (now)

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    @JanSz like I said to @drezy earlier today, I believe in the occam razor view. Refraction vs gravitational lensing would definitely be the simpler of the two. As a classically trained physicist I have really only ventured into other theories within the past few months. Though I have always taken issue with certain ideas that do not appear to be intuitive. For example not one of my colleagues can adequately explain magnetism without resorting to the equations. And when asked about maxwells original papers they argue they are not clear. Even the revered Feynman could not simply explain magnetism and he was all about if you cannot explain something to a child then you do not know it well enough. Reading about possible (just as likely) theories that are elegantly simple has made me frustrated especially when I attempt to discuss with my colleagues and they do not have the time of day. But instead we claim things are correct because the math checks or we can come up with theories that “prove” our theories. Even my courses on QFT by physicist who are actively studying the field left me feeling uneasy. Especially because QFT is really all about group theory and therefore founded on math vs physical reality. So could the universe be smaller than conventional physics says, of course. Really at this point everything not directly tested/ testable by me could be possible in my view. And that has added immensely to my frustrations lol.
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