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What are the biophysics of leptin resistance as of 2019?

Discussion in 'The Leptin Rx' started by Ossa, Mar 31, 2019.

  1. Ossa

    Ossa New Member

    I feel like the theory behind what causes leptin resistance has changes since the discovery of melanopsin being almost everywhere on our surfaces. I'm wondering if we need to think about the leptin rx differently now based on this new information. What I'm a little confused on is what causes leptin resistance at its core?

    Is it:

    A) Brain Inflammation at the leptin receptor causing the leptin hormone not to be able to communicate/pass the Blood Brain Barrier in the brain?

    B) A broken melanopsin system in the eye causing leptin to be programmed poorly

    C)Broken melanopsin in the skin causing bad programming of leptin,( or broken leptin from the damaged photoreceptors?)

    D) A combination of all?

    If I am understanding this incorrectly please let me know. Im very curious to try and wrap my head around what is going on in the body that causes this.
  2. kris90

    kris90 New Member

    It is all of the above. You have to look at leptin resistance from a quantum perspective rather than a biological one. That is ultimately how Jack solved this riddle in the first place.

    The leptin receptor acts as the brain's accountant for electrons. Leptin resistance ultimately is a loss of electrons back to the environment. If you play with E=mc2, you'll see that the c2 really represents electron flow, and that's what life is all about. Death is when the flow is absent, but disease is the greyzone whereby the organism is slowly losing electrons, and that causes time to speed up as M (mass) increases. That is the inflammation (too little electrons/too many protons = positive charge = inflammation).

    The melanopsin dysfunction really is another way to look at it. When we destroy melanopsin and other photoreceptors in the body, we lose the ability to use light to increase our energy flow. Remember, light only interacts with electrons via the photoelectric effect, so when there are no electrons, life is faced with a massive problem.
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  3. Ossa

    Ossa New Member

    This really cleared things up for me thank you. So as i understand it the only way to collect electrons other than food is through grounding?
  4. kris90

    kris90 New Member

    Yes. And CT increases your magnetic sense, so it helps you keep electrons in your body so you lose less to your environment.
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  5. kris90

    kris90 New Member

    Sorry should have mentioned water as a source of electrons. The more water you drink (provided it's good quality glacial or spring), the more you can harvest hydrogen protons and electrons to keep the ATPase spinning fast to make ATP without food.
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  6. Ossa

    Ossa New Member

    And what is the significance of ATP in relation to leptin resistance?
  7. kris90

    kris90 New Member

    When you are leptin resistant, you cannot make adequate ATP, because you are losing electrons.
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