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Redox power and CRON in the blue lit nnEMF world

Discussion in 'Redox Rx' started by Jack Kruse, Jan 27, 2019.

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    Oxidative stress is necessary for longevity. Too much oxidative stress or too little is capable of decreases longevity. In 1935 the environment around humans did increase the oxidative stress significantly but today with each passing year this is not true because of the blue light hazard and nnEMF. This is the major reason I believe calorie restriction (CRON) won't help humans going forward either. I think the preponderance of the recent evidence on CRON when this has been studied in humans has shown the results we saw in worms in the 1930s is not operational in humans or primates today.


    Why is this idea important for the public to understand?

    When supplement makers and food gurus push the idea of taking exogenous antioxidants you should shut them down immediately. It turns out that cells have quantized processes that link metabolism and ROS/RNS to the amount of ELF-UV emitted to oxygen consumption which leads to the longest life possible in the environment you colony of mitochondria are sensing from an electromagnetic redox state. This has been shown in several model systems. This is also probably part of the reason why antioxidants don't work or cause disease in humans when it has been studied well.

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    Researchers have shown that when our skin is exposed to the sun's full spectrum rays, Nitric oxide is released into our microcirculation in our blood vessels that helps lower blood pressure while ALSO slowing electron chain transport to decrease our need for food. The findings suggest that exposure to sunlight improves health overall because the benefits of reducing blood pressure far outweigh the risk of developing skin cancer. Full spectrum sunlight also reduces the need for food so it is the way nature asks us to naturally calorie restrict ourselves.


    UVB and UVA and the VDR receptor augment this "fasting effect" on our colony of mitochondria. Very few people understand how sunlight truly keep us well.

    Do not be a fool and think standing behind a pane of glass on a sunny day is wise. It is not. WHY?

    Glass block all UVB and most UVA light. It blocks 30-60% of IR light and HAS no effect on blue light from the sun so on a relative basis standing behind glass inside means no Vitamin D3, markedly reduced nitric oxide production which raises your BP, reduction of red to lower your ATP production, and excessive amounts of blue through. Acutely this can be a short term win, but chronically it is a big problem.

    Production of this pressure-reducing compound - called nitric oxide - is separate from the body's manufacture of vitamin D3 from cholesterol in the skin, which rises after exposure to sunshine later in the day. UVA light and NO are made much earlier in the day. But you must have skin in the game to gain the benefit.

    Until now only Vitamin D3 had been thought to solely explain the sun's benefit to human health. In 1992, the Nobel Prize in medicine was given for the discovery of nitric oxide. Researchers studied the blood pressure of 24 volunteers who sat beneath tanning lamps for two sessions of 20 minutes each. In one session, the volunteers were exposed to both the UV rays and the heat (IRA) of the lamps. In the other, the UV rays were blocked so that only the heat of the lamps affected the skin. The results showed that blood pressure dropped significantly for one hour following exposure to UV rays, but not after the heat-only sessions.

    Scientists say that this shows that it is the sun's UVA rays that lead to health benefits. The volunteers' vitamin D levels remained unaffected in both sessions.

    Common sense does not grow in every garden. It is the Black Swan Mitochondriac wisdom that the benefits to heart health of sunlight will outweigh the risk of skin cancer. The work published in the literature shows overwhelming evidence of the longevity benefits of solar redox. It provides a QUANTUM mechanism in humans that account for these mitochondrial effects and also explains why dietary vitamin D supplements alone will not be able to compensate for lack of sunlight. Any dermatologist who tells you this is committing malpractice, in my view. We now need cardiologists to reject the "dermatologist evidence" about the sun to look at the relative risks of heart disease and skin cancer in people who have received different amounts of sun exposure. Black swans already know it will confirm that sunlight reduces the death rate from all causes because many other studies have already shown the effects. Humans, who understand light well need to reject the medical paradigm's version of evidence because it is now crystal clear we ALL need to reconsider "the professional advice" that has been given on sun exposure as a falsehood misunderstood based on things never considered in the original studies done in the 1950s in dermatology.

    Could this study be possibly hinting that Alzheimer's disease is also linked to indoor living in the blue light as Uncle Jack has been saying for 15 years? YEP. Study Offers Hint of Hope for Staving Off Dementia in Some People - if you treat high blood pressure aggressively, it might just help both your heart and your brain.
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