Monday, April 6, 2020

Coronavirus attacks weak sheeple pot smokers, drinkers, junk food eaters, phone talkers, heavy metal victims

Official NIH government article below summarizes hundreds of science research articles
on the importance of antioxidants to fight heavy metal damage, free radical damage, etc.
Understandable by less educated people.
Worth printing out and reading on paper.

Research goes back decades
e.g. Linus Pauling 1968 paper in Science "Orthomolecular psychiatry" megavitamin therapy.
I was reading circa 1970 the first earth day.

In 1982 I read the book by Durk Pearson who helped educate sheeple by books, talks, TV and movies.

Now 40 years later sheeple should know about most of this.
It is not just 1 vitamin, or supplement. or mega-dosing, but many chemicals to use or avoid.
And implied whole lifestyle and economic strategies involved not discussed in the article.

The conspiracy is the stupidity of the sheeple caused by electronics, TV, radio, internet, movies, games, phones, drugs, junk food
… exacerbate the sinful lazy nature of the sheeple who refuse to read or garden instead lined up at drive thru junk food coffee stores while on their phones.
If you stay healthy and smart you avoid the most dire consequences of most conspiracies against you.

From: Ron

Thanks Gregory.
Also explains widespread D3 deficiency.
Ascorbic acid has been shown to bind with heavy metals and aluminum and pass them out of the bloodstream and body of lab animals.
Ascorbic acid does not pass through the blood brain barrier to remove aluminum.
Ascorbate palmitate or liposomal ascorbic acid would work.
I suspect part of the disinformation effort extends to fake science since about 1990 showing no benefit to taking large doses of antioxidants.
Best if a target is susceptible and unarmed.

Ron

On Sat, Apr 4, 2020, 8:25 PM Gregory wrote:
CORONAVIRUS SYNDROME:
The Ultimate Genocidal Bioweapon System

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandy_Shaw_(writer)
Shaw is the co-author with Durk Pearson of several books on "life extension", emphasizing megadoses of antioxidants.
They have appeared on many television programs, including several appearances on Larry King Live.
They have appeared in many TV documentaries about aging, including two by the BBC, one by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, and on Japanese TV.
During the period of 1978 to 1986, they appeared over 30 times on The Merv Griffin Show, including the final "goodbye" program.
They have been featured in interviews and articles in The Wall Street Journal(a front-page story on them), Omni, Penthouse, Playgirl, Forbes, Newsweek, People, US Weekly, Fit, The American Druggist, PSA Magazine, Longevity, Men's Journal, as well as magazines in France, Germany, and Japan.
Shaw and Pearson wrote, designed the stunts, and acted as technical advisers for an episode of The Wonderful World of Disney, which aired in 1978, called "Black Holes, Monsters That Eat Space and Time."
They acted as scientific and technical advisors and received screen credits for the Clint Eastwood movie Firefox, designing special effects for all the scenes after Eastwood entered the Firefox cockpit.
They also acted as scientific and technical advisors and received screen credits for Douglas Trumbull's movie Brainstorm, starring Natalie Wood.
In 1988, Shaw and Pearson released Life Extension, the Video, produced by Ray Schwartz.
In 1988 they co-authored with Steve Sharon The Dead Pool, a high-tech thriller, which was sold to Warner Bros. and made into a Clint Eastwood Dirty Harry movie.


https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4691126/
Heavy metals, which have widespread environmental distribution and originate from natural and anthropogenic sources, are common environmental pollutants.
In recent decades, their contamination has increased dramatically because of continuous discharge in sewage and untreated industrial effluents.
Because they are non-degradable, they persist in the environment; accordingly, they have received a great deal of attention owing to their potential health and environmental risks.
Although the toxic effects of metals depend on the forms and routes of exposure, interruptions of intracellular homeostasis include damage to lipids, proteins, enzymes and DNA via the production of free radicals.
Following exposure to heavy metals, their metabolism and subsequent excretion from the body depends on the presence of
antioxidants (glutathione, α-tocopherol, ascorbate, etc.) associated with the quenching of free radicals
by suspending the activity of enzymes (catalase, peroxidase, and superoxide dismutase).
Therefore, this review was written to provide a deep understanding of the mechanisms involved in eliciting their toxicity in order to highlight the necessity for development of strategies to
decrease exposure to these metals,
as well as to identify substances that contribute significantly to
overcome their hazardous effects within the body of living organisms.

Under physiological conditions, redox homeostasis (an intricate balance between rate of generation of ROS, free radicals and other reactive intermediates and their removal) is primarily controlled by cellular reductants, essential mineral ions and enzymatic antioxidants such as catalase, superoxide dismutase, and glutathione peroxidase.

Antioxidants that act at different levels of the oxidative sequence act by depleting molecular oxygen, quenching singlet (1O2) oxygen species, trapping aggressive reactive species such as superoxide radical (O2•−) and hydrogen peroxide (H2O2), scavenging chain initiation reactants such as hydroxyl (•OH), alkoxyl (RO•) or peroxyl (ROO•) radicals, and breaking the chain reaction sequence by decomposing products of oxidation to non-radical species so as to prevent hydrogen abstraction from different substrates.

Maintaining the delicate balance between reactive oxygen species (ROS) and reactive nitrogen species (RNS) production and their removal by cellular reductants, antioxidant enzymes and small molecular weight antioxidants involves complex mechanisms.

Dysfunction of any of these mechanisms due to exogenous stimuli or endogenous metabolic alteration often leads to an increase in intracellular ROS levels, which is associated with the generation of oxidative stress.

The following section deals with the natural redox systems of the body, particularly mechanistic processes through which their antioxidant activity mitigates the toxicity imposed by heavy metals.

No comments:

Post a Comment