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Discussion in 'Educating Doctors' started by Jack Kruse, Jan 14, 2020.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Do whatever it takes to maximize your sleep quality. You should be able to sleep at least seven hours, uninterrupted, and you should feel rested each morning when you wake up. You should not struggle to get out of bed. You should not need a cup of coffee or a cigarette to function. You should not crash at one or two o’clock and you should naturally tire and go to bed at least seven to eight hours before sunrise the following day. The quality of your sun exposure determines your sleep efficiency and this determines the quality and quantity of your life more than any single other factor. Sleep is the time of rest built around how much outdoor sun exposure you get to pace your ability to regenerate. If you live indoors 99% of the time your sleep will fail and your health will follow. Daily sunlight exposure and sleep are the only things we know of in the published literature that REDUCE ALL CAUSES OF DISEASE AND MORTALIty. Let that sink in deeply. Across all populations, diseases, times, and places, the sun and its link to sleep efficiency are the king of the longevity hill. https://www.ted.com/talks/matt_walker_sleep_is_your_superpower?language=en
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  2. Inger

    Inger Silver

    I guess in winter way up north, we need massive amounts of sleep in winter to make up for the missing sunlight?
    Or am I all wrong on this.
    OMG I could sleep so much.. if you do not use much any light after dark all you get is so sleepy drowsy... Must be tons of melatonin in the system...?

    I have Matthew Walkers book about sleep BTW. It is a really good book, I highly recommend it :) :)
  3. Thank you for the recommendation @Inger
  4. I've been looking on the sites optimalklubs.com & forum.jackkruse.com and asking for recommended locations to move to for almost a year now. Since I do not have the personal resources to find safe locations on my own, I was hoping others could help; but unfortunately, no one has been able to provide any specifics. I read about and heard on the webinars of so many people who have spent all they had just to find out the destination was wrong.
  5. I think Jack has repeatedly said that the panhandle of Florida is good... Low population density is what you are looking for
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  6. Saichi

    Saichi New Member

    You can't run away from microwaves. You have to shield yourself everywhere unless you wanna live in a cave rest of your life.
  7. How did this go from sun light and sleep lowering all cause mortality to fear mongering? Maybe start a new thread about living in caves or emf shielding.
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  8. Saichi

    Saichi New Member

    Thought you found low emf farmland abroad somewhere? Why so fearful?
  9. Low EMF location around the equator...
  10. Thank you -> @Christine_L <- Thank you
  11. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    How to disprove the thesis "that sun" exposure causes the deadly skin cancer melanoma.

    Ask your dermatologist to answer these five essential questions about melanoma. Tell them they can use the PEER reviewed evidence based literature to research these questions.

    The scientifically and statistically proven answers pulverize any argument in defense of the medical myth that sun exposure causes melanoma.

    Unfortunately, this myth has grown such strong roots in academic, scientific, health-administrative, and mass media environments that it is very hard to uproot, even if it demands a super-high level of “double-think” (Orwell “1984”) to defend.

    The five questions, to which the answers will reveal the fraudulence of the melanoma scare, are:

    Question 1. Has sun exposure increased as melanoma has increased?
    Question 2. Do outdoor workers have higher incidences of melanoma than indoor workers?
    Question 3. Do many melanomas occur on areas of the body that receive the greatest sun exposure?
    Question 4. Is there a co-morbidity of melanoma with common skin cancers, some of which are known to be associated with high sun exposure?
    Question 5. Has an increase in sunscreen use resulted in a decrease in melanoma?

    As I’m sure you understand, the answer to all five questions is a resounding NO, when you review the literature as I have.

    To question 5 you might also want to add the generally decreased sun exposure due to the sun-scare campaigns. Plus the fact that the amount of people visiting sunbeds has reduced by at least 50% during the last 20 years. It makes the position the sun is toxic ridiculous.


    Where did the myth about sun exposure and melanoma come from?

    Corporations who compete with the sun for profit.

    Terrestrial unshine is the biggest competitor to the chemicals made by BIG PHARMA who, in liaison with the food and cosmetic industry, control medical education which acts a centralized algorithm in medical care. Most people think the original algorithms in medicine had to be written in computer code to be called an algorithm. NOT TRUE. The Flexner report is where this idea was born. The Flexner report is when the sun became enemy number one of Bif Pharma.

    This is why today health authorities and, by their advertising budgets, the media vilify the sun. Just look at the commercials on TV and in glossy media and see how much of it is from companies in the Nestlé and L’Oréal groups.

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  12. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Four more proven statements from PEER review literature about sun exposure and melanoma

    These four statements below are drawn from the proven conclusions made by answering the five initial questions above.

    1. Is it possible that the reported increase of melanoma is partially due to excessive diagnosis of benign non-melanoma lesions?
    2. The idea that regular sun exposure leads to melanoma is counterintuitive considering the available scientific data.
    3. These facts should be presented to everyone who defames the sun as a carcinogen (causes cancer) for melanoma.
    4. Along with the decrease in sun exposure, 25(OH)D levels have also decreased profoundly in humans since melanoma exploded

    What is the biggest take away from the literature on this topic when you ACTUALLY review it?

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  13. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    At what point does the Goverment admit that they created a mental health pandemic with their lockdowns?
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  14. I find it provocative that most people have "accepted" their fate concerning CoVid -> lock downs, masks, the Great Vaccine -> These three are their only hope for any form of future for them. They consider it irresponsible to not obey...

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