Salt increases physical performance in resistance competitions
March 4, 2015
Half Ironman is a medium-distance triathlon race which consists of 1.9 km of swimming, 90 km of cycling and 21.1 km of athletics.-Spanish researchers have analysed the effectiveness of salt on sports performance in triathletes. The athletes who added this supplement to their usual hydration routines during the competition took 26 minutes less to complete a medium-distance triathlon course than those who only used sports drinks.-Maintaining a suitable balance of water and electrolytes (mainly sodium and chloride) is essential for the functioning of all organs. Human beings compensate for their daily loss with the water and salts provided by their diet’s food and drinks.-“However, doing exercise (especially resistance sports and activities carried out in the heat) can compromise the regulation of water and electrolytes,” explains Juan del Coso Garrigós, researcher at the Camilo José Cela University (UCJC) and lead author of a study on the effect of salt on sports performance, to SINC.-Scientists from the Exercise Physiology Laboratory at UCJC have analysed the effectiveness of the salt capsules during a Half Ironman, a medium-distance triathlon race which consists of 1.9 km of swimming, 90 km of cycling and 21.1 km of athletics. Their study has just been published in the ‘Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports’.-During the research, a group of triathletes ingested, as well as the rehydration drinks that they usually drank, 12 salt capsules divided into three doses during the competition, with the aim of replacing 71% of the sodium lost through sweat.-Their results were compared to those of another group of athletes of the same age, experience and with better times previously in a Half Ironman, who during the competition drank sports drinks and capsules filled with a placebo, and therefore, only replaced 20% of the lost sodium.-The triathletes who had ingested the salt ended the competition 26 minutes before the control group on average. Above all their running and cycling speeds improved. “This positive effect on performance relates to an increase in the concentration of electrolytes in the blood, making them drink more fluids during the race (as salt stimulates thirst) and improves the water and electrolyte balances during the competition,” adds Del Coso.-As the specialist mentions, sports drinks do not replace 100% of the electrolytes lost through sweat. Nevertheless, for the majority of sports activities lasting less than two hours, the electrolytes that they do contain are sufficient to maintain performance and avoid imbalances.
Not just any liquid can be used as a replacement
Sweating is the main mechanism for losing body heat. Sweat glands filter the blood plasma (which contains 142 milliequivalents per litre (mEq/L) of sodium) to obtain a hypotonic fluid, sweat, which evaporates through the skin and dissipates heat.-On the other hand, body water and electrolytes are lost through sweat. In healthy people the filtration in the glands reduces the concentration of sodium in sweat to 40-60 mEq/L. For this reason, the main aim of rehydration in sport is to replace lost water and electrolytes.-“If we choose a mineral water as a rehydration drink in sport (which contains 2 mEq/L of sodium), we could generate hypotonicity[F1], given that we would be replacing only the liquid while the concentration of sodium in our blood would gradually become diluted,” states Del Coso.-Sports drinks are designed to replace lost liquids and electrolytes in sport, but even the best on the market only have a sodium concentration of around 20 mEq/L, approximately half of that lost through sweat.
Flavour or performance
For experts, there is a balance between what is considered physiologically recommendable and that which is economically profitable in the world of sports drinks.-“Despite sports drinks companies knowing that including more sodium in the drinks would be more beneficial to maintain the balance of fluids and electrolytes during exercise, a greater concentration of sodium would also make the drink have a more salty taste and would reduce the possibilities of succeeding in a market where flavour is key to obtaining good sales figures,” says the researcher.-However, in long-distance tests in which large quantities of drinks are ingested to avoid dehydration (marathons, long-distance triathlons, ultra-resistance competitions, etc.) rehydration with these specialised drinks may not be sufficient to maintain the concentration of salt in the body fluids.-“It may be necessary to eat food that contains high amounts of salt, such as fruits or nuts, or even salt capsules to reduce the effect of the loss of electrolytes on physical performance,” he concludes.-Story Source-The above story is based on materials provided by Plataforma SINC. Note: Materials may be edited for content and length.–Journal Reference-J. Del Coso, C. González-Millán, J. J. Salinero, J. Abián-Vicén, F. Areces, M. Lledó, B. Lara, C. Gallo-Salazar, D. Ruiz-Vicente. Effects of oral salt supplementation on physical performance during a half-ironman: A randomized controlled trial. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports, 2015; DOI: 10.1111/sms.12427
Preventing spread of cancer with copper molecules
March 2, 2015
The new agent containing copper ‘docks’ precisely with the DNA molecule of a cancer cell and stops it from growing. As a result, the cancer cell dies.–Chemists at Bielefeld University have developed a molecule containing copper that binds specifically with DNA and prevents the spread of cancer. First results show that it kills the cancer cells more quickly than cisplatin — a widely used anti-cancer drug that is frequently administered in chemotherapy. When developing the anti-tumour agent, Professor Dr. Thorsten Glaser and his team cooperated with biochemists and physicists. The design of the new agent is basic research. ‘How and whether the copper complex will actually be given to cancer patients is something that medical research will have to determine in the years to come,’ says the chemist.–Ever since the end of the 1970s, doctors have been using cisplatin to treat cancer. For lung cancer and testicular cancer, the drug promotes healing; however, it does not work for all types of cancer. Cisplatin is also one of the anti-cancer drugs that most frequently induce nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. ‘Therefore we wanted to develop an alternative agent that would work differently, have fewer side effects, and treat other types of cancer as well,’ says Thorsten Glaser, Professor of Inorganic Chemistry at Bielefeld University. ‘In addition, we wanted an agent that would treat cancers that have become immune to cisplatin through its use in earlier treatments.’ Glaser and his team are using methods from chemistry to produce new molecules that are not found in nature, and to equip these with specific properties.–Cisplatin attacks the DNA of cancer cells. DNA is composed of nucleobases, phosphates, and sugar. Whereas cisplatin binds with the nucleobases, the new molecule developed by the researchers attacks the phosphate in the DNA. ‘We did this by integrating two metal ions of copper in our molecule that preferentially bind with phosphates.’ As soon as the ions bind with the phosphate, the DNA of the cancer cell changes. This disrupts the cellular processes, prevents the cell from reproducing, and leads to the destruction of the pathological cell.–‘Just as a key only works in one specific lock, our molecule only fits the phosphates and blocks them,’ says Glaser. A bit like the end of a horseshoe, there are two metal ions of copper protruding from the new molecule. The gap between the two ends of the horseshoe corresponds exactly to that between the phosphates in the DNA so that they can dock together and form a perfect fit. ‘Because two phosphates bind simultaneously, the binding strength is greater. And that increases the efficacy.’–The scientists at Bielefeld University have developed a procedure for manufacturing the new molecule. They have proved that their copper agent can bind with DNA and change it. And they have studied whether and how well their agent prevents the spread of the DNA and thereby of the cells. The replication of the genome in cells proceeds in a similar way to a polymerase chain reaction (PCR). The researchers have confirmed that the copper complex stops this chain reaction.–Finally, the scientists applied the agent to cancer cells. They administered the substance to a cell culture with cancer cells. The result was that ‘the copper complex is more effective than cisplatin,’ says Glaser. ‘The highest number of cancer cells died at a concentration of 10 micromolar[F2]. With cisplatin, you need 20 micromolar.’-When carrying out the research on the new agent, Professor Glaser and his team cooperated with the research teams of Professor Dr. Dario Anselmetti (Biophysics and nanoscience) and Professor Dr. Gabriele Fischer von Mollard (Biochemistry) — both also at Bielefeld University. Dario Anselmetti’s colleagues used atomic force microscopy to produce the images confirming that the copper complex binds with the DNA. Gabriele Fischer von Mollard’s team tested how the cancer cell culture responded to the agent.-Story Source-The above story is based on materials provided by Universitaet Bielefeld. Note: Materials may be edited for content and length.–Journal Reference–Thomas Jany, Alexander Moreth, Claudia Gruschka, Andy Sischka, Andre Spiering, Mareike Dieding, Ying Wang, Susan Haji Samo, Anja Stammler, Hartmut Bögge, Gabriele Fischer von Mollard, Dario Anselmetti, Thorsten Glaser. Rational Design of a Cytotoxic Dinuclear Cu2Complex That Binds by Molecular Recognition at Two Neighboring Phosphates of the DNA Backbone. Inorganic Chemistry, 2015; 150204080138001 DOI: 10.1021/ic5028465
PaxVax applies to have GM cholera vaccine tested in Australia
Australia could join a global trial of a new genetically-modified cholera vaccine which could save thousands of lives in the developing world.
United States-based vaccine company PaxVax is running a trial of the oral vaccine, and has applied to the Federal Government to run part of the trial in Queensland, South Australia, Victoria and Western Australia.
PaxVax says the single-dose vaccine has been genetically-modified to remove the part of the cholera bacteria that makes people sick.
It wants to use Australia as a trial site to test the vaccine on about 1,000 adults, and potentially children, planning to travel overseas to cholera-affected areas.
What is cholera?
Cholera is spread by contaminated water, unhygienic food and contaminated shellfish
Symptoms include profuse, watery diarrhoea, nausea, dehydration, fever and stomach cramps
Illness can begin up to five days after exposure
Infected people can carry the bacteria in their faeces for months or years after infection
In severe, untreated cases, cholera can be life threatening and death can occur within hours
Source: Western Australia Health Department
PaxVax chief executive Nima Farzan says the plan is to then expand the vaccine’s use to developing countries.
Cholera is a worldwide health problem with 3 to 5 million cases and up to 130,000 deaths a year.
“Cholera is endemic in sub-Saharan Africa, cholera is endemic in parts of south Asia and even parts of Latin America,” Mr Farzan said.
“Outbreaks can come quite rapidly. Cholera, if not treated, can be a fatal disease.”
Mr Farzan says the vaccine is safe because it has been genetically-modified, meaning it cannot produce toxins or reproduce the cholera bacteria.
“The study in Australia will only be looking at the immune response or the antibody levels and the safety from taking this vaccine,” he said.
“What we are measuring in the vaccine is anything that could come about local or systemic reaction that could come from the vaccine.”
However, anti-genetic modification campaigner Bob Phelps from the Gene Ethics Network says as cholera is rare in Australia, there is no justification for a mass vaccination program.
He is also concerned that people taking part in the trial will only be monitored for one hour.
“In the [company] application, there is no follow-up monitoring or proper surveillance,” he said.
Doctors say ‘no risk’ vaccine will spread cholera in Australia
Victoria is one of the potential trial states. Its chief health officer Dr Rosemary Lester says there is a rigorous process to assess anything which is genetically modified, not just vaccines.
“The risk would be carefully assessed before the trial is allowed to go ahead,” she said.
There’s really no risk to people living in Australia.
Our sanitation and hygiene systems are so good. I would be very comfortable with that sort of trial going on.
Victorian chief health officer Dr Rosemary Lester
Dr Lester says there is no risk of the vaccine spreading cholera to Australia.
“There’s really no risk to people living in Australia,” she said.
“Our sanitation and hygiene systems are so good. I would be very comfortable with that sort of trial going on.”
Over the past five years, there have been 22 cases of cholera reported in Australia. Most of these were acquired in South-East Asia.
“In Australia, fortunately cholera is a very rare disease,” Dr Lester said.
“It’s almost always seen in returned travellers. We typically see about three to six cases per year in returned travellers,” Dr Lester said.
Adverse reactions to vaccine infrequent, mild
Results of a phase one trial into the PaxVax vaccine found that a single dose created an immune response in almost 90 per cent of patients.
The company says the vaccine was well-tolerated, adverse events were infrequent, and generally mild.
Photo: There have been hundreds of thousands of cases of cholera in Haiti this year, killing 8,000 people. (Thony Belizaire: AFP)
Of 3,000 volunteers worldwide, 1,000 would be from Australia and the remainder from North America.
Cholera is a gut infection caused by consuming of food or water contaminated with the bacterium vibrio cholerae.
It usually presents quickly after infection and in extreme causes large amounts of painless, watery diarrhoea that can quickly lead to severe dehydration and death.
Most episodes are mild or moderate and similar to other stomach flus.
In Australia there is an existing travel vaccine which can prevent cholera that is typically given to health-vulnerable travellers, but it is a double dose regime which takes longer to complete.
The Federal Government’s Office of the Gene Technology Regulator will seek public comment on the PaxVax trial after a risk assessment and risk management plan is released in late January.
The trial is expected to last 12 months.
Onion extract may improve high blood sugar and cholesterol
March 6, 2015
The Endocrine Society
The extract of onion bulb, Allium cepa, strongly lowered high blood glucose (sugar) and total cholesterol levels in diabetic rats when given with the antidiabetic drug metformin, according to a new study. The study results will be presented Thursday at The Endocrine Society’s 97th annual meeting in San Diego.–“Onion is cheap and available and has been used as a nutritional supplement,” said lead investigator Anthony Ojieh, MBBS (MD), MSc, of Delta State University in Abraka, Nigeria. “It has the potential for use in treating patients with diabetes.”–To three groups of rats with medically induced diabetes, Ojieh and his colleagues gave metformin and varying doses of onion extract–200, 400 and 600 milligrams per kilograms of body weight daily (mg/kg/day)–to see if it would enhance the drug’s effects. They also gave metformin and onion extract to three groups of nondiabetic rats with normal blood sugar, for comparison. Two control groups, one nondiabetic and one diabetic, received neither metformin nor onion extract. Another two groups (one with diabetes, one without) received only metformin and no onion extract. Each group contained five rats.–Two doses of onion extract, 400 and 600 mg/kg/day, strongly reduced fasting blood sugar levels in diabetic rats by 50 percent and 35 percent, respectively, compared with “baseline” levels at the start of the study before the rodents received onion extract, Ojieh reported.–Allium cepa also reportedly lowered the total cholesterol level in diabetic rats, with the two larger doses again having the greatest effects.–Onion extract led to an increase in average weight among nondiabetic rats but not diabetic rats.–“Onion is not high in calories,” Ojieh said. “However, it seems to increase the metabolic rate and, with that, to increase the appetite, leading to an increase in feeding.”–Histologic study of the pancreas removed from each diabetic rat showed that neither metformin nor onion extract healed the damage that resulted from the drug-caused diabetes.–“We need to investigate the mechanism by which onion brought about the blood glucose reduction,” Ojieh said. “We do not yet have an explanation.”–The onion extract used for the experiment was a crude preparation from onion bulb, which is available in the local market. If this were to be administered to humans, it would usually be purified so that only the active ingredients would be quantified for adequate dosing, Ojieh said.–Story Source-The above story is based on materials provided by The Endocrine Society. Note: Materials may be edited for content and length.
Level of pollutants accumulated in the body linked to obesity levels
February 27, 2015
University of Granada
A team of Spanish scientists, which includes several researchers from the University of Granada, has confirmed that there is a relation between the levels of certain environmental pollutants that a person accumulates in his or her body and their level of obesity. Subjects with more pollutants in their organisms tend to have higher levels of cholesterol and triglycerides, which are important risk factors for cardiovascular disease.-This is a study published in the journal Environmental Pollution, included researchers from the University of Granada, the San Cecilio and Virgen de las Nieves university hospitals, and the Andalusian School of Public Health, all of them members of the Granada Biohealth Research Institute.–This research has analysed the levels of pollutants accumulated in adipose tissue (fat) in nearly 300 men and women, who were attended in the surgery services of two hospitals in the province of Granada (Spain).-The substances analysed, known as persistent organic pollutants (POPs), can remain in the environment for years, even decades, without degrading[F4].–“Humans are exposed to POPs mainly through diet. Besides, POPs accumulate gradually in body fat, and this is the reason why the median levels in our study give us an idea of an individual’s accumulated exposition over a number of years,” says Juan Pedro Arrebola, the main author of the article.–Using complex statistical methods, these scientists confirmed that the accumulated levels of several POPs were related to obesity and to serum levels of cholesterol and triglycerides in individuals, irrespective of the gender, age, place of residence or smoking habits of participants in the survey.–“In general we found that people with higher levels of POPs were quantitatively more obese, and also showed higher levels of cholesterol and triglycerides, all of them regarded as important risk factors for cardiovascular disease, although these relations were complex and they did not always show linear patterns,” Arrebola claims.
POPs subject to analysis
Those POPs subject to analysis include DDE, the main metabolite of pesticide DDT, widely used all over the world in the 1980s, and currently employed by some countries to combat malaria. They also included the insecticide lindane, frequently used in the past in agriculture and also in certain medicines for lice and scabies.–The survey also included a group of polychlorinated biphenyls or PCBs, used in numerous industrial equipment, and which are still present in old electric transformers. All these pollutants were somehow associated with obesity indexes, as well as cholesterol and/or triglycerides levels.–In spite of the fact that their use is currently very restricted, POPs are a very serious public health –problem. Actually, 100% of participants in this survey presented detectable levels of one or more of these compounds.–“This universal [exposure] turns their impact on human health into a most important issue. Besides, our results suggest that there are no safe exposure levels for these pollutants, which can also interact among them to affect health[F5],” Arrebola added.–Previous studies have demonstrated that the general population is exposed to POPs mainly through food with a high fat content. This includes fish and meat from large animals with a high level of fat. This is the reason why a growing number of researchers recommend against over-consumption.–Doctor Arrebola’s research group is currently monitoring the subjects of their study over the course of several years, to confirm whether those subjects exposed have shown a higher risk of developing certain pathologies, such as high blood pressure, obesity, or cardiovascular disease.
Obesity has become a universal epidemic whose impact in Europe has tripled during the last few decades. The most important problem is that obese people have a high risk of suffering from numerous health problems such as cardiovascular disease, which the World Health Organisation considers the main cause of death worldwide.–It has been traditionally thought that obesity results from a high caloric intake in comparison with energy expenditure. “We believe that the results are not just the consequence of a higher intake of food by obese people. There is evidence that human exposure to certain chemical substances called “obesogenic” could favour the growth and proliferation of adipocytes (fat cells), and provoke therefore an increase in body fat. We suspect besides that certain environmental pollutants could also provoke alterations in cholesterol and triglycerides levels and therefore contribute to the development of cardiovascular disease,” Arrebola concludes.–Story Source-The above story is based on materials provided by University of Granada. Note: Materials may be edited for content and length.
High levels of vitamin D is suspected of increasing mortality rates
March 10, 2015
University of Copenhagen – The Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
It can be disadvantageous to have too much vitamin D.–The level of vitamin D in our blood should neither be too high nor to low. Scientists from the University of Copenhagen are the first in the world to show that there is a connection between high levels of vitamin D and cardiovascular deaths[F6].–In terms of public health, a lack of vitamin D has long been a focal point. Several studies have shown that too low levels can prove detrimental to our health. However, new research from the University of Copenhagen reveals, for the first time, that also too high levels of vitamin D in our blood is connected to an increased risk of dying from a stroke or a coronary.–The results have just been published in the Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism.–“We have studied the level of vitamin D in 247,574 Danes, and so far, it constitutes the world’s largest basis for this type of study. We have also analysed their mortality rate over a seven-year period after taking the initial blood sample, and in that time 16,645 patients had died. Furthermore, we have looked at the connection between their deaths and their levels of vitamin D,” Professor at the Department of Clinical Medicine, Peter Schwarz explains.–The conclusion is clear: the study confirms that there is indeed a correlation between mortality rates and too low levels of vitamin D, but the new thing is that the level of vitamin D can also be too high.–“If your vitamin D level is below 50 or over 100 nanomol per litre, there is an greater connection to deaths. We have looked at what caused the death of patients, and when numbers are above 100, it appears that there is an increased risk of dying from a stroke or a coronary. In other words, levels of vitamin D should not be too low, but neither should they be too high. Levels should be somewhere in between 50 and 100 nanomol per litre, and our study indicates that 70 is the most preferable level,” Peter Schwartz states.–That having too much vitamin D in our blood can be bad for our health has never been proven before, and it may have great influence on our future intake of nutritional supplements.–“These are very important results, because there is such great focus on eating vitamin D. We should use this information to ask ourselves whether or not we should continue to eat vitamins and nutritional supplements as if they were sweets. You shouldn’t simply up the dose to feel better. We should only consume such vitamins in close coordination with our GP,” Peter Schwartz concludes.–Story Source-The above story is based on materials provided by University of Copenhagen – The Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences. Note: Materials may be edited for content and length.-Journal Reference-Darshana Durup, Henrik Løvendahl Jørgensen, Jane Christensen, Anne Tjønneland, Anja Olsen, Jytte Halkjær, Bent Lind, Anne-Marie Heegaard, Peter Schwarz. A reverse J-shaped association between serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D and cardiovascular disease mortality – the CopD-study. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, 2015; jc.2014-4551 DOI: 10.1210/jc.2014-4551
[F1]Hypertonicity is an increased tension of the muscles, meaning the muscle tone is abnormally rigid, hampering proper movement. This condition is the opposite of hypotonicity. Hypotonicity is a decreased tension in muscle tone. A lack of muscle tone inhibits proper movement as the muscle is not developed or is too soft to support the body
[F2]Interesting in the micron level this terminated the cancer not at the nano
[F3]Onion (Allium cepa L.) is found in various regions of Europe, North America, Asia, and Africa. It is one of the classic examples of Allium species used not only for culinary preparations but also for medicinal purposes. Onion with a variety of purposes is often used as a raw material in many dishes and accepts almost all of the traditions and culture. Owing to its storage characteristics and durability of shipping, onions have been traded more widely than most vegetables. The pungent fractions of garlic are mostly sulfur-containing moieties while its two chemical groups have marked effect on human health. These are flavonoids and ALK (EN)-based cysteine sulfoxides (ACSOs). Compounds in onions have been reported with a range of health benefits, including anticancer properties, antiplatelet activity, antithrombotic activity, antiasthmatic activity, and antibiotic effects.
[F4]Welcome to chemtrails and nanoparticles and glyphosates
[F5]Interaction—meaning when the become exposed to each other they react and internally this can happen causing unwanted health issues
[F6]This has been known since the 60’s nothing new here they knew then that to much D could lead to stomes in the heart and an increase in calcium deposits in the heart –kidneys and lungs
[F7]Food emulsifiers act as an interface between the conflicting components of food like water and oil.
While preparing the food, often conflicting natural components of food have to be combined into a consistent and pleasing blend. Each component of food (carbohydrate, protein, oil and fat, water, air, etc.) has its own properties which are sometimes conflicting to one another just like oil and water. To make the two components compatible, emulsifiers are used.——————- What is an Emulsifier?
An emulsifier is a molecule with one oil-friendly and one water-friendly end. Water friendly end in food emulsifier is called hydrophilic tail and oil-friendly end is called hydrophobic head. Food emulsifiers are also called emulgents. In this way droplets of oil are surrounded by the emulsifier molecule, with the oil core hidden by the water-friendly tails of the emulsifier. A classic natural emulsion is milk, which is a complex mixture of fat suspended in an aqueous solution. Nature’s emulsifiers are proteins and phospholipids (lipids means fat soluble phosphate is water soluble). Egg is commonly used as an emulsifier. Some emulsifiers also act as anti-caking agents like Magnesium Stearate, Sodium, potassium and calcium salts of fatty acids. Few others like Sorbitan monostearate are emulsifier as well as stabilizer
The most frequently used raw materials for emulsifiers include palm oil, rapeseed oil, soy bean oil, sunflower oil or lard/tallow. Egg happens to be the oldest emulsifier. Basic emulsifier production involves combining oil (triglyceride) with glycerol that results in monoglyceride. The type of triglyceride used in the reaction determines the type of emulsifier obtained. Unsaturated triglycerides produce fluid products such as oil while saturated triglycerides result in pasty or solid structures like butter. Monoglycerides can be combined with other substances, such as citric acid and lactic acid, in order to increase their emulsifying properties. Food drugs and cosmetics and pigment emulsions also require one or other kind of emulsifier.
On the basis of their hydrophilic groups, there are basically four categories
Egg Yolk emulsifying agent lecithin
CSL Calcium Stearoyl Di Laciate
PolyGlycerol Ester (PGE)
Sorbitan Ester (SOE)
PG Ester (PGME)
Sugar Ester (SE)
Acetylated Monoglyceride (AMG)
Lactylated Monoglyceride (LMG)
[F9]Never Use anything nano—the other thing that happens it can be incorporated with other metals at that scale and size and cause unwanted distortions and mutations in the body
[F10]Realistically no one knows what they are really eating unless it is grown yourself
[F11]This is unrealistic –if they are not going to lable GMO foods —saying the public is to stupid to be able to know the difference the same logic is going to go here —this is about population control and regulating the level of poisonous or harmul materials one can consume
[F12]The article is out dated a little—even the fresh foods are being sprayed with nano silver causing them to saturate the body internally into the brain and lungs liver and spleen and tissues throughout the body —so eat as clean as possible and use as much as required in peeling and cleansing your foods as well
[F13]The organic label is BS today and has been for quite some time and if nano is on the fields then it will be in the organics as well via chemtrails and the spraying—once released this can cause issues on all farming—grow your own
[F14]2 differing measurements
[F15]this is where some companies get the idea that nano is safe due to this definition
[F16]This is implying strongly that the more they are in an environment over a big area the more activity is going to happen—this also appears to be double speech here with the above articles mentioning the dangers of the nm size here thay are almost going to full accept it when the previous article showed h
[F17]Still think the health food industry is healthy
[F18]These are highly reactive —with the chemtrails being dumped on us with nano particles and th food supply allowing more aluminum to being spread this would further exasperate the nano bio attack on the body
[F19]This is what makes these things so dangerous —they accumulate and then replicate —with every cell they choke out they further saturate the tissues and organs
[F20]Another metal saturating the colon causing colon alterations and cellular death
[F21]Nano particles can reach Intestinal and blood and other organs!!
[F22]One of the components in chemtrails
[F23]The characteristics of nanoparticles that are relevant for health effects are:
Size – In addition to being able to cross cell membranes, reach the blood and various organs because of their very small size, nanoparticles of any material have a much greater surface to volume ratio (i.e. the surface area compared to the volume) than larger particles of that same material. Therefore, relatively more molecules of the chemical are present on the surface. This may be one of the reasons why nanoparticles are generally more toxic than larger particles of the same composition.
Chemical composition and surface characteristics – The toxicity of nanoparticles depends on their chemical composition, but also on the composition of any chemicals adsorbed onto their surfaces. However, the surfaces of nanoparticles can be modified to make them less harmful to health.
Shape – Although there is little definitive evidence, the health effects of nanoparticles are likely to depend also on their shape. A significant example is nanotubes, which may be of a few nanometres in diameter but with a length that could be several micrometres. A recent study showed a high toxicity of carbon nanotubes which seemed to produce harmful effects by an entirely new mechanism, different from the normal model of toxic dusts.
[F24]Nano in the food—wonder where that comes from===pollution? Spraying the fields with nano silver—CHEMTRAILS???
[F25]How they cause the damage to the colon and digestive system
[F26]Anyone want a diet in aluminum—and beware a lot of health guru’s promote cleanser that have these in them
[F27]Will kill off the bacterial properties required for the flora to grow and for the animals and us to have the right nutrition—without bacteria nothing grows or can be assimilated
[F28]These 2 are the worse ones for male sterility and testicular cancr
[F29]This is also part of the chemtrails
[F30]This we are already seeing with glyphosates
[F31]This will be called a nano biofilm—extremely dangerous once out hard to recall back
Show of the Month March 21 2015
Silver –An Ancient Remedy
TINY INGREDIENTS BIG RISKS
Standards for Maple syrup
Widely used food additive promotes colitis, obesity and metabolic syndrome, research shows
Silver –An Ancient Remedy
Silver is a powerful, natural prophylactic/antibiotic, used for thousands of years. Ancient Greeks lined their eating and drinking vessels with silver, as did many other cultures throughout the world. ref: 5 Pioneers of the American West would put a silver dollar in a jug of milk to keep it fresh without refrigeration. ref: 6
Did you ever wonder why silverware was made from silver? One of the properties of silver is that it kills bacteria on contact in six minutes or less. ref: 7 It may be that gold and silver were first used as valued currency because of their medical properties.
Dr. Robert O. Becker, author of The Body Electric, recognized a correlation between low silver levels and sickness. He said silver deficiency was responsible for the improper functioning of the immune system. Dr. Becker’s experiments conclude that silver works on the full spectrum of pathogens without any side effects or damage to the body.
He also states that silver does more than kill disease-causing organisms. It also causes major growth stimulation of injured tissues. Burn patients and even elderly patients notice more rapid healing. And he discovered that all cancer cells could change back to normal cells. All strains of pathogens resistant to other antibiotics are killed by silver.
What is Colloidal Silver?
Colloidal Silver is the result of an electromagnetic process that pulls microscopic particles from a larger piece of silver into a liquid, such as water. ref: 8 These microscopic particles can more easily penetrate and travel throughout the body. Colloidal silver works as catalyst, disabling the enzyme that all one-celled bacteria, fungi and viruses use for their metabolism. Unlike with antibiotics, resistant strains have never been known to develop. In fact, antibiotics are only effective against perhaps a dozen forms of bacteria and fungi, but never viruses.
Because no known disease-causing organism can live in the presence of even minute traces of the chemical element of metallic silver, colloidal silver is effective against more than 650 different disease-causing pathogens, ref: 9 as well as cancer! ref: 10
You’ll also find colloidal silver very handy in the garden since it can be used against bacterial, fungal and viral attacks on plants. Simply spray diluted Colloidal Silver on the leaves, and add to soil water.
It would appear highly unlikely that even germ warfare agents could survive an encounter with colloidal silver, since viruses like E Bola, Hanta, or even the dreaded “flesh-eating bacteria” are, in the end, merely hapless viruses and bacteria. Finally, colloidal silver is non-toxic, making it safe for both children and adults, as well as pets. ref: 11, 12 In short; anything bigger than a one-cell animal seems to like it.
Nor does one have to worry about that FDA (Food and Drug Administration) fox being put in charge of this home remedy hen house. Colloidal silver is a pre-1938 healing modality, making it exempt from FDA jurisdiction under the grandfather clause. ref: 13
So Why Haven’t you heard of it?
I suspect the user friendly economics of colloidal silver may have something to do with its low profile in the media. Colloidal silver can’t help but shine a spotlight on the expensive and deadly nature of our huge pharmaceutical industries.
The pharmaceutical cartel’s relentless promotion of dangerous vaccines for humans and animals through government programs have now been linked to everything from increasing crib deaths in infants (who in many documented cases scream for hours before dying), to the increasingly common disease, feline leukemia, in house cats. ref: 14 Colloidal silver, on the other hand, is a safe and reliable alternative to expensive pharmaceuticals.
With the simple act of wiring three 9-volt batteries together, something very profound begins to happen. Ordinary people are able to heal themselves. Widespread use of colloidal silver will cause the multi-billion dollar managed care of “incurable diseases” industry to crumble. Don’t expect these industries to take their loss of power lying down.
These cartels will do their best to frighten people away from making it themselves, sometimes buying off colloidal silver manufacturers who will then act as the cartel’s agent. These cartels can also be expected to aggressively market their own substitute products, just as they did with antibiotics in the 1940’s when colloidal silver was originally suppressed.
Some Uses of Colloidal Silver
These are some of the 650 diseases and conditions that colloidal silver was used to treat successfully in the past. This list in no way should be construed or relied upon as medical advice. Always consult your health care professional if a serious condition exists.
acne, eczema, psoriasis, allergies, fibrosis, rheumatism, appendicitis, gastritis, scarlet fever arthritis, gonorrhea, septicemia, athlete’s foot, herpes, shingles, bladder inflammation, impetigo, skin cancer , blood parasites, indigestion, staph and strep, boils, keratitis, infections, bubonic plague, leprosy, syphilis, burns, leukemia, thyroid conditions, cancer, lupus, tonsillitis, candidiasis, lymphagitis, toxemia, chilblains, Lymes disease, trachoma, cholera, malaria, dermatitis, colitis, meningitis, warts, conjunctivitis, neurasthenia, whooping cough, cystitis, pneumonia, yeast infections, dermatitis, pleurisy, stomach ulcers, diabetes, prostate problems, tuberculosis, dysentery, pruritus ani, –in other words, bacterial, fungal, and viral infections. It had also been used against canine parvovirus and other veterinary diseases.
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