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WHY GETTING STEMS CELLS IN FAKE LIGHT IS A MONEY LOSER

Discussion in 'Mitochondrial Rx' started by Jack Kruse, Oct 2, 2019.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

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    What does this picture show about light?

    The wrong light = Mitochondrial mass murder.

    On the left (control) we see a normal cell with good mitochondria health shown by the red dots.

    In the center picture, we see what happens to the cell's mitochondria when blue light shines down on it. The blue light destroys the red dot, which is why we have Mitochondrial mass murder.

    On the right, we see what happens when near-infrared light (NIR) comes to your mitochondria's rescue and is added to the blue light shining on your mitochondria as it does in natural sunlight but does not in artificial light. Your mitochondria remain significantly more intact and healthy.

    Stop helping unbalanced blue light from screens and artificial lighting murders your colony of mitochondria.

    Get outside during the day. Wear blue light blocking glasses at night. Filter your artificial lights and tech screens. Maybe even add a high-quality red/infrared light machine for when you are indoors.

    Unless you think your mitochondria don't matter to your health.

    Then continue as you were. Ignorance is blue light bliss.

    That brings up the point, If ignorance is bliss why aren't more people happy?
     
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  2. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    What about UV?
    https://www.jackkruse.com/physician-guest-blog-2-the-invisible-sun-and-purple-light/
    PHYSICIAN GUEST BLOG #2: THE INVISIBLE SUN IN THE GULF SOUTH
    he’s got a big black light (UVA) attached to the dashboard of his car for when he gets called in at night.
    For less than two hundred dollars we’ve got black lights widely spread throughout the house and we’re trying to get as much UV indoors as we can also. (By the way, black lights are really cool in the house!)
    Dr. Kruse has UV lights everywhere indoors.

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    Last edited: Oct 4, 2019

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