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Shift work and blood cancer = no sunlight + ALAN

Discussion in 'The Kruse Longevity Center' started by Jack Kruse, Jan 17, 2020.

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    Did you know that taking exogenous melatonin thins your retina and makes you fatter, yet endogenous melatonin production seems to help us maintain leptin sensitivity? Ask your food gurus and your supplement sellers why this is the case before you ever give them a cent.
    Why is this important in the modern world? How we are creating diabetics is changing. It is no longer a food story.......it is a light story. Lighting effects 100% of people. Food choices are controlled by the individual.
    Doctors are IMPOTENT to explain the rise of diabetics who are SKINNY. Those diabetics who are skinny break the rules doctors are taught in med school and residency because educators of doctors have always believed diabetes was only caused by eating too many carbohydrates. What did they not know? Imbibing technology screen blue light and nnEMF is EQUIVALENT to eating carbs 24/7, but the damage it causes to your mitochondria and adipocytes is radically different because of how nnEMF/blue light DEMOLISH melatonin production in the central retinal pathways. My next blog in the hypoxia series on my patreon site tells you precisely how a skinny sick diabetic is made by the tech world. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15305231
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