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Vermont 2017 video

Discussion in 'Mitochondrial Rx' started by Lahelada, Jul 12, 2017.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    See what happens..........
  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

  3. kris90

    kris90 New Member

    ^^^ 250 IU of HCG every couple days puts me at 33 nmol/L on a range of 6-27 without E2 problems. 3 years ago, the same dose only got me to 16 nmol/L when I chronically exercised and fueled on carbs as a warm adapted human.

    CT for the win! Just goes to show that it was the missing piece of the pie to my IFing and HCG (the holy trinity).
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  4. JakZ

    JakZ New Member

    Dr. Kruse, are you going to share the slides from Vermont 2017? The cam operators weren't interested in the presentation - it's all blurry and unreadable.
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  5. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Yes for members.
  6. Limpei

    Limpei Always Progress

    I'm reading John Ott:

    "On another trip to Florida I gave a lecture to an advertising club, and after I had finished my talk, Mr. Richard L. Marsh, manager of radio station WILZ near St. Petersburg, told me of a similar situation. He said that some of the staff at the radio station had taken it upon themselves to try to brighten up their surroundings in both the studios and the control rooms by replacing the regular white fluorescent tubes with those of a deep pink color.

    About two months later, they began to have personnel problems. For example, announcers began performing poorly on the air. Everyone became irritable and consistently at odds with management decisions and generally difficult to control. Two resignations were received from employees without any known reason for their wishing to leave other than general dissatisfaction with themselves and the staff. Then, one morning one of the men said, “If those pink bulbs aren’t removed I’ll go out of my mind.”

    That sparked an immediate reaction, and that very day all of the pink tubes were removed and replaced with the white tubes. Within a week, as if by a miracle, tempers ceased to flare, congeniality and a spirit of working together began to redevelop and resignations were withdrawn. The airwork improved, with mistakes at a minimum."
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