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  1. JamesGatz

    How cruel is the practice of limb amputation ? Below-knee amputations effect on lifespan and hospitals causing this issue ?

    I was looking at this story of Nick Cordero who died of "covid" after he had his leg amputated by the hospital because : https://www.cnn.com/2020/04/19/entertainment/nick-cordero-coronavirus-leg-amputation-trnd/index.html Saturday was day 18 of him being sedated in the intensive care unit...
  2. B

    SARS-CoV-2 found in many countries before the first officially confirmed covid-19 case

    Below is a collection of reports about studies that confirmed the presence of the "new" coronavirus in sewage or blood samples collected before the official start of the coronavirus outbreak in these countries, either with PCR or antibody tests. If anyone knows of other such studies that I...
  3. haidut

    Ear wax testing as a reliable method for measuring long-term steroid levels

    Many of my readers already know about the unreliability of using steroid blood tests as diagnostic methods, except in cases where the values are so extreme that are unlikely to be temporary fluctuations. Saliva tests for steroids are even less reliable, even though combining both saliva and...
  4. B

    Coronavirus Was Already Circulating In 2019 Or Before, Studies Find

    So, how come this supposedly extremely infectious and deadly viral disease was not noticed before March 2020 in these countries? And how come deaths everywhere went up right after the lockdowns and not before? "The new coronavirus was circulating in Italy since September 2019, a study by the...
  5. lvysaur

    Guy Sees His RBCs Under Microscope After Coffee

    His blood forms a rouleaux stack after coffee, and it starts to look better after he drinks water and "kangen" water. Though the latter could simply be due to the increased time passing after the coffee.
  6. haidut

    Simply Diluting "old Blood" Has The Same Anti-aging Effects As Parabiosis

    The topic of using blood from young people to stave off aging and disease is hardly new. Rumors have been circulating for centuries that the old and rich use all kinds of gruesome methods to acquire blood from young people and use that blood for all sorts of bizarre rejuvenating procedures...
  7. haidut

    EMF From WiFi Liberates Mercury From Amalgam Fillings Into The Blood

    If you have those old fillings, stay away from the WiFi router! Effect of radiofrequency radiation from Wi-Fi devices on mercury release from amalgam restorations "...Results: The mean (±SD) concentration of mercury in the artificial saliva of the Wi-Fi exposed teeth samples was 0.056 ± .025...
  8. haidut

    Pregnenolone For Blood Sugar Control

    It was recently discovered that the so-called TRM3 "receptors" in the pancreatic beta cells can be activated by pregnenolone sulfate (PS) at relatively low concentrations and result in insulin release. This makes pregnenolone a potential tool for keeping blood sugar levels normal and can also...
  9. haidut

    Blood Sugar Is Controlled Mostly By The Brain, Not Pancreas

    Ray wrote in one of his articles that pancreatic insulin is responsible for no more than 20% of glycemic control. While he mentioned potassium as the major factor, he also said that it is the brain that ultimately controls the levels of sugar in the blood. This study from Yale seems to confirm...
  10. haidut

    Aspirin As A "novel" Potent Anti-bacterial Agent

    I think most people on the forum have heard of the dreaded MRSA bacterium. It is very common in hospitals and every doctor fears that it may infect his/her patients. There have been many studies and alarming news articles published on the resilience of MRSA and the lack of available treatment...
  11. P

    Taurine normalizes blood levels and urinary loss of selenium, chromium, and manganese in rats chroni

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19239172 The present study was undertaken to evaluate effects of dietary taurine supplementation on the homeostasis of trace elements, including Se, Cu, Mn and Cr, in rats chronically consuming alcohol. Male SD rats were fed for 8 wk a liquid form of a control...
  12. haidut

    Biotin Reduces Ammonia Levels In Brain And Blood

    Rat study, but should be applicable to humans as well. Human equivalent dosage is about 20mg of biotin per day, which may seem very high to some. However, it has been shown to be safe in humans for up to a year administration and incidentally this is the dose used in humans to lower cholesterol...
  13. haidut

    Complete Genes May Pass From Food To Human Blood

    Ray wrote about how food particles such as starch and sometimes even genetic material can pass into the bloodstream and affect our immune system and hormones. This latest study from Harvard seems to confirm his view. The study was repeatedly mocked and vilified by mainstream science, dismissed...
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