The Good Fat and the Ugly.

It was a revelation to discover exactly why good fats are crucial to our health, and why bad fats are so damaging.

The path that took me to this revelation was quite extraordinary, I had a fascination with fats when I discovered that my body was very low in all the fat soluble vitamins such as A, D, E and K, and that these vitamins are crucial to protect against cancer. I wanted to know why these were so low. Was it malabsorption of the gut? Well that was part of the picture;

I learned that my gallbladder was full of stones and bile flow was inhibited therefore my fat digestion was poor. But I had also been put on a low fat diet by an American Practitioner Dr Stephen Fry. There was a reason for this, a newly discovered protozoan infection I was diagnosed with; Protomyzoa Rheumatica thrived on fats and a low fat diet was the most effective way to bring the infection down. I kept to his recommendations but what he hadn’t taken into account was that I was already suffering from oxidative stress.

Put simply, every cell in our body fires electrically. The nucleus is in the center of the cell is positively charged, and the outer lining of the cell (cell membrane) is negatively charged.
In the 1950’s a physicist named Dr Johanna Budwig was considered one of the worlds leading authorities on fats and oils. Her research has shown the tremendous effects that commercially processed foods have in destroying cell membranes and lowering the voltage in the cells of our bodies, which can result in disease.
Dr Budwig discovered that when unsaturated fats have been chemically treated, their unsaturated qualities are destroyed and the field of electrons removed. This commercial processing of fats destroys the field of electrons that the cell membranes in our bodies must have to function properly. The fats ability to associate with protein and thereby to achieve water solubility in the fluids of the living body is destroyed. As Dr Budwig put it,

“the battery is dead because the electrons in these fats and oils recharge it.”

When the electrons are destroyed the fats are no longer active and cannot flow into the capillaries and through the fine capillary networks. Without the proper metabolism of fats in our bodies every vital function and every organ is affected. This includes the generation of new life and new cells…..quite simply Our bodies are electric.
Dr Budwigs diet sounded peculiar to me at first, the mixture of Flax Oil and Cottage Cheese sounded too nice, simple and affordable to work. But after reading up on the science behind it, it seemed to make sense, after all she was a very well educated and Nobel nominated physician.

‘The Budwig Protocol has at its heart a diet with its roots in a scientific phenomenon known as the “Warburg Effect” discovered by 1931 Nobel Prize winner, medical doctor and biochemist, Otto Heinrich Warburg. Through his work on respiration he discovered that, in the absence of oxygen, cancer cells would metabolise sugar which enabled them to multiply. In the same era, Budwig found that highly unsaturated cold-pressed linseed oil (flax oil) would carry oxygen into the cells to fight cancer’.

Flax contains high levels of Omega-3 which is an important component of almost all cell membranes. It is polyunsaturated fat and contains Alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) which constitutes 57% of the total fatty acids in flax. Every tablespoon of flaxseed oil contains 8 grams of ALA. Other perhaps more beneficial oils are found in fish, but fish oil and flax oil are highly unstable and it is important that these oils do not become rancid.

Antarctic krill oil is said to be superior to fish oil because it contains Phospholipids, antioxidants and omega-3’s bonded together in a way that may keep them safe from oxidation. Nonetheless these good oils should always be refrigerated.

Krill oil contains Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA’s) and Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA’s). EPA and DHA both are long chain omega 3 fatty acids, and both come from animal sources. DHA keeps your nervous system functioning and provides anti-inflammatory benefits. Higher consumption correlates with improved mood, greater insulin sensitivity, increased muscle growth, and better sleep.

The risk of getting any mercury contamination is apparently low as krill are so low in the food chain they don’t accumulate the metal toxins such as Mercury, that larger fish do.

Oils become ‘Ugly’ essentially when they are heated, and that is what we do to them almost every time we eat. Deep frying at high temperatures and microwaving messes around with the structure of fats and contrary to the benefits that fat can offer us, they then become dangerous and potentially carcinogenic (cancer causing) by oxidizing.

Oxidized omega 6 does damage to your DNA, inflames your heart, and raises your risk for several types of cancer, including breast cancer. It also interferes with brain metabolism

Detoxing – How Do You Do?

The information in the post is not medical advice, please consult a medical professional before using health supplements.

When you finally comprehend the sheer volume of toxins and poisons we are exposed to throughout our lives, you may like me, want to make haste in embarking upon removing them. But remember the saying:

“more speed less haste”.


Don’t be afraid of Lithium for Mental Health.

The information in the post is not medical advice, please consult a medical professional before using health supplements.

“In fact, lithium isn’t a drug at all.  It’s actually a mineral-part of the same family of minerals that includes sodium and potassium. Research indicates that taking 10 to 20 milligrams of elemental lithium per day can help keep your brain functioning at peak performance. Many lithium supplements contain 5 milligrams of elemental lithium” Dr Jonathan Wright.

In low doses, lithium acts as a nutrient required for B12 and folate transport and uptake, neuromodulation, and the function of many biochemical processes in both humans and animals. Studies since the 1970s have shown the ability of lithium to stimulate the proliferation of stem cells. Recent studies have described its ability to up-regulate neurotrophins such as brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) and nerve-growth factor (NGF), which are important in neuronal function, plasticity, and repair. With its newly described antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activity along with powerful neuroprotective effects, low-dose lithium therapy has largely unrealized potential to prevent or treat a wide-range of neurological disorders

Lithium Effects on Neural Tissue and Blood.

In his 2009 review, Young cited the following biochemical effects and benefits: 

• Lithium up-regulates neurotrophins, including brain derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), nerve growth factor (NGF), neurotrophin-3 (NT3), as well as receptors to these growth factors in the brain. 

• Lithium stimulates proliferation of stem cells, including bone marrow and neural stem cells in the subventricular zone, striatum, and forebrain. The stimulation of endogenous neural stem cells may explain why lithium increases brain cell density and volume in patients with bipolar disorders.

 • Lithium also remarkably protects neurons against glutamate, seizures, and apoptosis due to a wide variety of neurotoxins via N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor (NMDA) inhibition/modulation.

 • Lithium causes granulocytosis and enhances immunological activities of monocytes and lymphocytes. 

Young concludes,

 “Lithium has been reported to be beneficial in animal models of brain injury, stroke, Alzheimer’s, Huntington’s, and Parkinson’s diseases, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), spinal cord injury, and other conditions. A recent clinical trial suggests that lithium stops the progression of ALS.”

In 2014, Stenudd et al. demonstrated that endogenous neural stem cells restrict damage and promote repair of damaged spinal cord neurons.

Lithium’s ability to stimulate neural stem cell production may prove to be of significant benefit in individuals recovering from spinal cord injury and neurological injuries caused by severe trauma (TBI, traumatic brain injury), dietary and environmental excitotoxins (mercury, aspartame, monosodium glutamate), and substance abuse.

In a study ‘A New Avenue for Lithium: Intervention in Traumatic Brain Injury’ it was concluded that Lithium could be used successfully to treat many symptoms of Traumatic Brain injuries.

Diet and Lithium.

“Factors such as dietary sodium and caffeine intake increase

lithium excretion, and thus increase our requirement for this

essential trace mineral. Along with these prevalent dietary

factors, stress and excitotoxin exposure, which raise cortisol and

other stress hormones, influence our physiological requirement

for a variety of water-soluble nutrients (e.g. magnesium, zinc,

B-vitamins), including lithium”

Timothy M. Marshall, Ph.D.Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons 

Mlyniec et al. write that the deficiency of essential elements can lead to the development of depressive and/or anxiogenic behavior, and that supplementation can enhance therapeutic effect of antidepressants and anxiolytics. To lithium and magnesium they add zinc, iron, calcium, and chromium.

Lithium is a simple salt and is similar to table salt. Salt consumption can cause fluctuations in serum lithium levels. While taking lithium, do not make sudden changes to your salt intake. A sudden decrease in sodium intake may result in higher serum lithium levels, while a sudden increase in sodium might prompt your lithium levels to fall. Discuss any changes to sodium intake with your doctor prior to making them.

Caffeine might interact with serum lithium levels. You should maintain your caffeine levels at approximately the same level, as sudden changes in caffeine intake might cause a fluctuation in lithium levels. A drop in caffeine levels might lead to a corresponding increase in lithium levels. Conversely, a sudden increase in caffeine consumption may decrease your lithium levels.

Dietary Sources of Lithium Foods

Traditionally regarded as “neurotonics,” defined as having a nourishing effect on the brain and nervous system, such as cacao, oats, seafood, seaweed, goji berries, various fruits and vegetables (depending on the soil in which they’re grown), and egg yolks are significant sources of lithium, along with other trace minerals such as iron, copper, and manganese, which are known to co-migrate along with lithium from the soil to the plant.

Safety of Lithium.

Kling and Pollack found that lithium orotate was three times more effective at raising brain concentrations of the mineral than lithium carbonate. Based on the data, the authors concluded that lower doses of lithium orotate may achieve therapeutic brain lithium concentrations and relatively stable serum concentrations.

The safety of low-dose lithium is comparable to low dose forms of other nutrients such as zinc. In fact, lithium has a much wider therapeutic and biologically compatible (nontoxic) window than zinc. 

‘Starting with a dose at Schrauzer’s provisional RDA of 1 mg for lithium with nutritional doses up to 20 mg (representing a 20-fold difference in the “low dose supplemental range” employed by functional medicine practitioners for many years now) is very safe with a very low incidence of side effects.’

Lithium and potassium are in a delicate balancing act in the human body. Both are trace elements which perform necessary functions in the body. Elevated Lithium can cause potassium levels to decline , resulting in problems such as hypokalemia (potassium deficiency). Symptoms are weakness and an impairment of cellular functions. This is why it is important to consult your physician if considering supplementing with Lithium.

The Copper Dilemma

The information in the post is not medical advice, please consult a medical professional before using health supplements.

Often I observe high levels of Copper in my clients Bioresonance scans. This is usually seen in the brain and nervous system and may be linked to a myriad of physical and mental health problems.

Copper Excess, Stress and Mental Health

Copper is an essential nutrient, however, just like all elements in excess, it can have toxic effects on the nervous system. Copper is an essential nutrient for all biogenic amines, and when copper is elevated, there can be an increase in the production of these biogenic amines; namely, epinephrine, norepinephrine, dopamine, and serotonin.

Gut Health and Dysbiosis

Mucosal Barrier Damage

The information in the post is not medical advice, please consult a medical professional before using health supplements.

The mucosal barrier is the innermost layer of your digestive tract.

Mucosal barrier damage is common in many conditions like Crohn’s disease where inflammation damages all layers of the intestinal lining in a patch like formation. It is also found in ulcerative colitis where inflammation is on the innermost mucosal layer of the intestinal lining with more general inflammation throughout rather than “patches”.

Emeramide/NBMI and NAC for Metal Chelation.

The information in the post is not medical advice, please consult a medical professional before using health supplements.

I consider this new Sulphur molecule – N,N’-bis(2-mercaptoethyl)isophthalamide (NBMI), to be one of the essential medications of our current times. With the metal adjuvants contained in Vaccines, dental (Mercury) amalgams, all the Aerosol Particulates being rained down upon us, and now the new advancement in nanotechnology – Graphene Oxide found in the SarsCov2 ‘Vaccines’ (Its debatable whether they should be called Vaccines) . It seems clear that removal of metals from our bodies, known as Chelation, is part of the modern day arsenal we need to gather together for surviving the ‘New Normal’.

On Bioresonance and #Tick-Borne Diseases

I am keeping an eye open for the signs of tick borne and bio weaponized disease markers using my new Bioresonance Machine, the Hunter NLS 4025.

My Protocol, Biofilm and Me.

The information in the post is not medical advice, please consult a medical professional before using health supplements.

It’s been a while since I published my protocol, and seeing as I have found quite the ‘magic combo’ for treating Morgellons and Lyme Disease, I felt it was time…

Traditional Chinese Medicine to treat #COVID19?

The information in the post is not medical advice, please consult a medical professional before using health supplements.

We keep hearing how a common Malarial drug Chloroquinoline derived from the herb Artemisinin, is effective against the virus. But why is this? It is not an anti viral medication.
Dr Marty Ross says in his Q and A this month that it maybe because Chloroquinoline is an Ionophore, and this helps transport zinc into the cells:

“Zinc blocks the enzyme that controls virus replication inside infected cells. Hydroxychloroquine is an ionophore that helps carry Zinc into cells. Taking zinc supplements without an ionophore like hydroxychloroquine is not that helpful. Another zinc ionophore that is shown to help in laboratory studies is the supplement quercetin I mentioned earlier in the section on Cytokine storm.”

#ImmuneCompromised #Lyme and #Covid19

The information in the post is not medical advice, please consult a medical professional before using health supplements.

Conversations with Marty Ross, Q and A.

Many of us who are Immune compromised are concerned about whether we are more susceptible to Covid19,

#COVID19 and the Dance of the Rats

Living in social housing, the tension can be felt amongst us like a simmering ghetto stew.

Wine Hangover? think Histamine…

Most of us associate the word histamine with pollen and allergies but histamine is one of the key compounds that connect many of our body’s processes.
There are four histamine receptors in the body, H1, H2, H3 and H4, and only H1 and H2 are involved in our allergenic response to pollen, creating common symptoms such as congestion and sneezing.

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