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Reindeers know how mitochondria should work, why don't you?

Discussion in 'Mitochondrial Rx' started by Jack Kruse, Jul 9, 2018.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Reindeers know how mitochondria should work, why don't you? We are supposed to eat when the sun is out and not when it is absent. Sunlight programs electrons and protons and that is why it SHOULD be this way. #LeptinRx

    "Reindeer also ignore the absence of a light-dark cycle during the summer months. Instead, their sleep cycles are governed by ultradian rhythm, which means they sleep whenever they need to digest food."

    https://www.livescience.com/62870-summer-solstice-animals.html
     
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  2. Sergio Valadez

    Sergio Valadez New Member

    Interesting, the reindeer’s sleep schedule (“they slewhenever theyep need to digest food” and “ignore the absence of a light-dark cycle during the summer months”) remind me a little bit of the traditional practice of siesta in certain countries where people nap in the heat of the day after eating a heavy mid-day meal.

    “Factors explaining the geographical distribution of the modern siesta are high temperatures and heavy intake of food at the midday meal. Combined, these two factors contribute to the feeling of post-lunch drowsiness. In many countries that practice the siesta, the heat can be unbearable in the early afternoon, making a midday break at home welcome.” Wikipedia
     
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