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Soft tissue injuries can be treated and eliminated with IR-A light

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    New blog out this AM: When setting out on a journey of understanding you should never rely on advice from those who have not yet left home. If you are still tethered to old ideas that keep you grounded in the wrong paradigm of thought you will get results that most of the public will get. Black swans are not interested in average ORDINARY results. They are interested in extraordinary changes to do things others believe are impossible.
    The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is the EXTRA you put into understanding how nature is operating inside your mitochondria. Being considered crazy is a complement to a Black swan because it points out how your critics have remained victims of the cultural conditioning of their education. It is a profound compliment and a badge I enjoy displaying on social media.
    The beliefs of modern man have become the batteries that make them fuel for the matrix in which they live. Few realize how toxic that fuel really is for them.
  3. For the reader interested: The concept of the above referenced article is -> What electromagnetic frequencies stimulate the f l-Lactate Dehydrogenase enzyme?


    A comparative analysis of the Lactate Dehydrogenase (LDH) enzyme activity before and after the electromagnetic field (EMF) exposures is performed. It was found that the LDH activity is selectively increased only by the radiation at the particular wavelengths of 595 nm and 828 nm. These experimentally determined wavelengths of the applied EMF are within the range predicted by the Resonant Recognition Model (RRM).
    So what is l-Lactate Dehydrogenase enzyme LDH? It is a type of protein, known as an enzyme. LDH plays an important role in making your body's energy. It is found in almost all the body's tissues, including those in the blood, heart, kidneys, brain, and lungs. When these tissues are damaged, they release LDH into the bloodstream or other body fluids. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK557536/

    Ok so, Lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) is an important enzyme of the anaerobic metabolic pathway -> nice

    It is present in almost all body tissues (including red blood cells). LDH exhibits five isomeric forms assembled in tetramers of either of the two types of subunits, namely muscle (M) and heart (H). The isoforms called isozymes are named LDH-1 through LDH-5, each having differential expression in different tissues.
    • LDH-1: Heart and red blood cells
    • LDH-2: White blood cells
    • LDH-3: Lungs
    • LDH-4: Pancreas, kidney, and placenta
    • LDH-5: Liver and muscles
    Lactate Dehydrogenase is one of the H transfer (oxidoreductase) enzymes. This means it catalyzes the reversible conversion of pyruvate to lactate using NADH. Basically, the enzyme is involved in the anaerobic metabolism of glucose when oxygen is absent or in limited supply
    • Pyruvate + NADH + H+ --> Lactate + NAD+
    When cells become exposed to anaerobic or hypoxic conditions, the production of ATP by oxidative phosphorylation becomes disrupted.

    This process demands cells to produce energy by alternate metabolism. Consequently, LDH is upregulated in such conditions to cater to the need for energy production.

    However, lactate produced during the anaerobic conversion of glucose meets a dead end in metabolism. It cannot undergo further metabolism in any tissue except the liver.

    Hence, lactate (used as a signalling molecule) is released in the blood and transported to the liver, where LDH performs the reverse reaction of converting lactate to pyruvate through the Cori cycle.​

    Thus, the LDH catalyzes process revs up the NADH to NAD+ cycle within our mitochondria, increasing the speed of this reaction by 14 times. <- Not bad ;)

    So how do you deplete your LDH -> drink alcohol (including wine).
    • Ethanol in the liver leads to the production of higher concentrations of lactate and NADH, and thus the depletion of NAD+.
    • This reaction subsequently leads to pyruvate conversion to lactate linked to the regeneration of NAD+.
    • Thus, the high NADH/NAD+ ratio shifts the LDH equilibrium towards lactate.
    People with meningitis often have high LDH.

    Elevated serum lactate dehydrogenase is a predictor for the severity of COVID-19 outcomes. Some of the clinical indicators are https://journals.lww.com/md-journal...f_serum_lactate_dehydrogenase_and_sex.80.aspx
    • Lymphocyte levels that increase progressively;
    • Inflammatory factor (interleukin 6, C-reactive protein) levels that increase progressively;
    • Serum lactic acid levels that increase progressively;
    • Lung lesions that progress rapidly.
    Ok, just like most ATP processes, there is Goldilocks effect. Too much LDH in the blood is an indicator of something bad is brewing. Too low LDH is more than just feeling "out of it" and fatigued, but destroyed brain cells - Effects of Ethanol on Brain Extracellular Matrix

    However, finding a mechanism for revving up our ATP cycling within our mitochondria just maybe a good thing. ;)
    Last edited: Dec 19, 2022

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