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The people of the AM sun

Discussion in 'Feedback/Suggestions' started by shiran, Aug 13, 2017.

  1. Ted

    Ted New Member

    There is no minimum to the time spent in the sun. Get as much as you can. You need a few minutes at sunrise and then you need to get some uvA when that comes in. The sunrise releases your hormones from the pituitary and then the uvA shuts them off. Then if uvB becomes present, you need to get that to make vitamin D. IR is always present throughout the day.
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  2. Ted

    Ted New Member

    I'm able to get wild salmon from many supermarkets, including Whole Foods, but not all year long. So I only eat when I can buy. The other times I just buy what's fresh and wild.

    Grounding on the second floor of a condo is not going to be easy, but I don't know enough about that.
  3. Thank you!
  4. kris90

    kris90 New Member

    See every sunrise and try to spend as much time as you can in the sun for the morning hours. Don't complicate it any further than that.

    UVA and IRA are the key light frequencies when you understand how the deuterium pinch works. UVA shows up a few hours after sunrise. We don't even need UVB light to make Vitamin D if we get our skin in the game. Vermont 2018.
  5. I haven't caught that before that UVB isn't required to make Vitamin D. I will check it out again. Thanks again.
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  6. I get frozen wild salmon at Costco.
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  7. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    We think it is........but based upon new data it might not be.
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  8. Ted, I've heard Jack state what you just said, about UVA shutting off the hormone release, but I still don't undersand it. Why is it important that UVA shuts off important hormone release? How does the body benefit from that exactly if you know? Thank you.
  9. kris90

    kris90 New Member

    So you don't deplete the compound pharmacy. Ever wondered why younger guys have low T? Or why infertility is a huge problem for both men and women trying to conceive? It's because they're all blue light toxic.

    UVA protects the compound pharmacy. It keeps the pituitary healthy and functional in the long run.
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  10. Okay, I'm going to be a pest again and question the logic of watching the sunrise. I've enjoyed every morning I've done so. It gives me time by myself, no phone, no kids, wife, etc... It's peaceful.

    However, I'm reading everything I can about the sun, it's rays, its effects and what everything means. I'm sure I"m off base, but so many of you much understanding that I do. So here goes.

    What specific hard research / evidence is out there stating watching the morning SUNRISE helps with circadian rhythm? I would think the sun's intensity is inadequate to regulate melatonin levels. Where have I gone astray?

    I understand the logic of UVA and UVB light. I'm good there.

    Thank you.
  11. Ted

    Ted New Member

    How can the sunrise not help with circadian rhythm? It's telling your brain that's its the start of the day. Every time you go out in the sun, your brain is perceiving the specific time of day. That never happens indoors.
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  12. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    UVA light comes later in early am and makes melatonin. Watch the Vermont 2017 videos. All there. Want more become a Patron. www.patreon.com/DrJackKruse
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  13. kris90

    kris90 New Member

    The SCN is entrained to light and temperature. That is what drives circadian rhythm. Blue light works on melanopsin which is a key regulator of our circadian rhythm. Blue light is the strongest frequency of light in an AM sunrise. It is always balanced by red to control the amount of ROS generated in mitochondria. You don't get that from fake lights. This is why AM sunrise is critical.
  14. I was a gold member. I joined so I could also get a consult with you, as well as listen to the all of the past videos. The ability to get a consult was ended by your office for some reason before I could you get you the test results I wanted to discuss. I've been told you are not seeing new people until December, 2018. I was willing to come to New Orleans as well to short cut that time. I hope that happens when you open for new consults.

    Regardless, I have your 2016, 2017 and 2018 talks in Vermont. I've watched each several times. It's a lot to get used to and I'm learning. I will watch it again.

    Thank you.
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  15. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    consults via skype have been open to members for last 6 weeks. They are based on availability
  16. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

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  17. Must have been a miscommunication. I'll get with your office. support@jackkruse.com or info@jackkruse.com? Best way to make the appointment?

  18. Kris and Ted, What's the magic of getting sunlight until 11 am at the latest? Don't you get the max UVB (for vitamin D) at Solar noon? UVA is still present and so is IRA. What happens post 11am that's so magical? I sincerely appreciate you both indulging me on my ever expanding sunlight questions. Again, I keep seeing references to 8am - 11am as morning sunlight as being ideal. I don't understand what happens post 11am to make it different. Thank you.
  19. kris90

    kris90 New Member

    Circadian rhythm is driven by changes in light frequencies from the sun. It all begins at sunrise when you have equal red and blue. Blue light creates the stress response because it puts deuterium in tissues, but the effect is always balanced by red. This is necessary to create the right stimulus to turn on the pituitary gland. The occurs in the very early hours of the morning when the sun is rising.

    UVA shows up later and turns off the pituitary gland. UVA + IRA is the combo required to deplete deuterium in tissues. It favors deuterium in our blood, and the UVA creates the "pinch" that allows full spectrum UV light to be created in our blood plasma from the deuterium. That includes UVC light which is used to program the aromatic amino acids into the biogenic amines. It also includes the UVB light required to sulfate cholesterol to make Vitamin D.
  20. Right, I got all that and I understood that from all the posts and articles (I sitll question UVC and I'm not sold on that one, but that's not my interest). My question is what happens after 11:00am? Why is it only till 11am these things occur? Sorry, if I'm missing your point. Thank you again.

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