Therapeutic goal overview

Problem:

The whole alternative point about there being “no virus” because of Koch’s Postulates – is simply wrong regarding RNA type viruses. RNA viruses – they  are a group of variants rather than all being genetically the same organism, like a malaria parasite is always a malaria parasite in some stage of growth. And there is definitely a chimeric spike protein which was patented in 2018, – in the US by Ralph Baric out of University of North Carolina.

The chimeric spike protein has the characteristics of a computer sequenced molecule with many hazardous sequences that are also patented. It is bioweapon-like in the changes, rather than natural mutations, which tend to be single nucleotide changes rather than a short string of nucleotide changes that happen to be specific patented sequences for known toxins. All of the CoV injections use the same modified version of that chimeric spike protein, which NIH gave a modified sequence of to all the vaccine companies – and they all used it.

The bat coronavirus used as a carrier for the chimeric spike protein, in itself, is not that big a problem to a person of reasonable health, compared to anything designed to include the chimeric spike, because that is toxic to us in many ways and the injection version seems to be a worse cholinergic blocker – the snake venom toxin part is a paralytic – Ralph Baric’s patent, modified by the U.S. NIH.

References – Spike Protein Risks & Aids – Summary Page, (47)

and David Martin’s work on the patent trail:

A key driver is the media… Investors will respond if they see profit…, Daszak stated.”

– via https://twitter.com/David32856757/status/1472365176775188489?s=20

Hope and selfcare are the solutions.

Therapeutic Strategies and Goals:

  1. Fibrinolytic – protects against blood clotting risks and can help reduce congestion. Bromelain, serratiopeptidase, nattokinase, others. 
  2. Iron-chelator / Antimicrobial-anticancer-anti-inflammatory – reduces damage from oxidative stress and free iron, or identifies iron rich cells for removal. – Artemisinin, Sweet Wormwood tea, many others.
  3. Antioxidant support – infection and inflammation increases need for antioxidants. Spike also can inhibit our own antioxidant production pathways – Nrf2. Phytonutrients in many common foods and beverages can help promote Nrf2. Vitamin C, liposomal glutathione, NAC/whey protein/Aged Garlic Extract, alpha lipoic acid,
  4. Methyl B12*, folate*, choline*, (*methyl donors), thiamine, (B1), niacin, (B3), and all the other B vitamins – inflammation and infection greatly increases need for B vitamins and spike may reduce methyl Bs and increase neuropathy risk – tingling fingers. Methyl donors help protect against DNA damage. Niacin can help reduce inflammation and increase endolysosomal removal of cellular debris, like spike or virus or dead cell particles which increase oxidative damage risk.
  5. Topical magnesium sulfate – the sulfate and magnesium help cardiovascular risks. Spike reduces absorption of magnesium in the GI tract. Low magnesium increases risk of stroke or heart attack, and muscle cramps, tinnitus, headaches, anxiety, depression or a short temper and anger.
  6. Vitamin D & sunshine & blackout curtain darkness at night (or cloth to cover the eyes). Our circadian cycle has many functional changes every wake/sleep cycle in addition to melatonin production at night. Dosing of vitamin D is best as a prevention, daily attention to a healthy baseline. Megadoses should not be needed – just in advance of an allergy or autoimmune risk is the key factor. 
    • Autoimmune problems are for life as soon as they develop. Remission can occur with less of a daily symptom problem but then can flare up if re-exposed to the antigen. Avoidance of the trigger food or toxin is needed – which means spike protein too. 
    • While making our own melatonin means we are also helping all the other circadian repair and growth functions, the high dose niacin/melatonin protocol can help to fight infection and reduce inflammation. Gradual increase in dosing over months is needed ideally but short term immediate use for an infection may be needed. The gradual use as prevention or LongCovid symptoms may help by allowing the body to have time to cope with the level of inflammation that is present. Only so much cellular crud can be removed in any one night/day cycle. 
  7. Protein – Biology seems like magic but is little machinery made out of proteins, carbohydrates, fats and other nutrients and chemicals. We need adequate protein to make the little machines, and enzymes or cellular structure proteins. In severe inflammation with Covid, a ketone based diet may be helpful or at least low carbohydrate intake in comparison to the calories from fats and protein. If kidney damage is present then excessive protein is also to be avoided, but some is still important.
  8. Nucleotides to make RNA or DNA are plentiful in a diet with animal products but would be a need in a vegan diet. Nutritional Yeast Flakes or Deactivated Yeast (wheat product- gluten). We need to make RNA regularly in order to make any other protein from the DNA pattern. So for growth and repair or to make antibodies, we need to make RNA first.
  9. Mushrooms or the edible yeasts would help with spike risk to the Dectin-1 receptors. Th Beta-glucan in the edible fungus activates them, as they protect against fungus. In a normal fungal infection avoiding mushrooms would be recommended, but in spike situations it is protecting the receptors from spike lodging in them instead. It would keep them functioning to protect against other fungal infections. Medicinal mushrooms can also help immune function in other ways too. Avoiding glyphosate would be protective as it increases risk for fungal infections and a low carbohydrate diet would be protective as fungus grow on carbs. *Prevention is key, fungal infections are very difficult to get rid of once established.
  10. Sialic Acid is decreased by spike. Making more is the need, we can’t really get it through the digestive system. It is electrically active and needs to be made, or replaced with soluble sialic acid that is in the area. It helps prevent the rouleaux stacking of blood cells. Adequate nucleotides in the diet help and N-acetylglucosamine (NAG) – available in supplements or insects. Grow your own with supplies from a pet store – after you learn more about it first maybe.
  11. Frequency/vibration therapy can help or harm. Certain frequencies can break the delicate membrane of a virus or bacteria while not harming the human cells, (Rife). Other frequencies can help our own quantum health and well feeling. Strong EMF can increase inflammation though and may increase risks from graphene oxide in the CoV injected people. In general it is good to turn off EMF sources during the healing sleep hours of your life. Faraday cages are available that help reduce EMF from WiFi routers.
    • Example Rife healing frequencies for autoimmune conditions – I did find this helpful on a flare-up day: Autoimmune Diseases Cure Healing – Rife Frequency | Pure Isochronic Binaural Beats – Sound Therapy (youtube)
  12. Omega 3 fatty acids – EPA & DHA. They help reduce inflammation, are needed for membrane and eye health and are part of our quantum health – our energy fields. Vegan or vegetarian sources are likely inadequate as the conversion rate to the DHA/EPA forms is low. Krill oil or algal oil are sources in addition to fatty fishes like salmon, tuna and sardines. 

There are more. Trace minerals are important, and microbiome health – which means zinc, fiber and resistant starch are important. SARS-CoV2 can infect bacteria and the GI tract and appendix are potentially a risk for ongoing relapses. The injected LNPs may be entering microbes too and adding chimeric spike to their surfaces too. There has been an increase in appendicitis cases since CoV injection rollout.

We don’t know what isn’t allowed to be researched. Thankfully some independent researchers persist anyway.

There are many things that can help health, and many modern foods and habits that are harming our health. Avoiding processed foods helps reduce pesticide and herbicide intake and reduces inflammation as ultra-processed foods promote Metabolic Syndrome and weight gain per recent research. (43)

  • Health Aids for Special Times – Protocol (document) has a link to a Spanish translation.
  • Histamine Food Lists – also categories for food senstivities that are frequently causes of increased inflammation. (document)
  • DHA – a quantum molecule. (document)
  • Blue Iodine – Recipe & References, shared from social media (document)
Webpages on jenniferdepew.com include Microbiome, Resistant Starch/Butyrate, How Much Butyrate?,
DHA & Forest Bathing, Membranes & Inflammation, and MCAS/Histamine.

Disclaimer: Opinions are my own and the information is provided for educational purposes within the guidelines of fair use. While I am a Registered Dietitian this information is not intended to provide individual health guidance. Please see a <functional or orthomolecular> health professional for individual health care purposes.

Reference List

43 Hall KD, Ayuketah A, Brychta R, et al., Ultra-Processed Diets Cause Excess Calorie Intake and Weight Gain: An Inpatient Randomized Controlled Trial of Ad Libitum Food Intake. Cell Metabolism. 2019 May 10. pii: S1550-4131(19)30248-7. doi: 10.1016/j.cmet.2019.05.008. [Epub ahead of print]. PMID: 31105044. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31105044/

https://ijvtpr.com/index.php/IJVTPR/article/view/23

There’s more to life than business.

Business is said to make the world go around* but family and physics are also important.

  • “Money makes the world go round.”
    – John Kander and Fred Ebb
    Line from the song Money, Money – from the musical Cabaret. (allgreatquotes.com)

I didn’t know the origin of that expression – I love the internet.

Trivia – the name of this website is based on a translation of the Tao Te Ching, Verse 41, which is slightly different than the typical English translation. The Great Integrity is the oneness of which everything is a part – transcending the physical realm is to accept that there is more to life than material things such as money or business. One section of the verse is quoted on a page on this site: Tao Te Ching, Verse 41, (transcendingsquare) a link to the book with the translation is included.

The initial theme I had envisioned for this site was a collection of images of things that are not quite square – or transcending the typical in some way.

Underneath the tip of the public view is archives of my notes and previous work. Having a notebook with a search engine attached is a modern way to transcend rectangular – a notebook with many layers.

A mini forest within a forest – life transcends square every day.

More leaf and forest images – nature can be healing, even if only in viewing images: https://www.peace-is-happy.org/blog/peace-is-a-rainbow 

Walking in the woods can be more healing but other types of regular exercise can also be beneficial for reducing stress. See “Forest Bathing” for more details and links and “Forest Bathing: for a healthy microbiome” for more images and information about the potential health benefits of a walk in the woods: (effectivecare/Glossary)

Disclaimer: Opinions are my own and the information is provided for educational purposes within the guidelines of fair use. While I am a Registered Dietitian this information is not intended to provide individual health guidance. Please see a health professional for individual health care purposes. Thanks.

Vitamin B12 deficiency can cause long term nerve degeneration

Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin):

Neurological symptoms of B12 deficiency may include:

  • numbness and tingling of the arms and legs; problems walking; disorientation; memory loss; mood changes that may resemble schizophrenia; and dementia.  Damage may occur to the myelin sheath which surrounds and insulates nerves like the plastic coating around an extension cord.  Nerve damage and mental health symptoms may become permanent with long term deficiency of vitamin B12.

Digestive symptoms may include:

  • loss of appetite, a painful tongue, and constipation.  The reason for there to be digestive symptoms associated with B12 deficiency is not well understood.  One theory suggests that undiagnosed digestive problems might have been an initial cause of the  B12 deficiency.

Symptoms of vitamin B12 deficiency may also include:

  • pernicious anemia and megaloblastic anemia which are hemoglobin deficiencies that have symptoms of tiredness.  Folate deficiency symptoms are also possible because B12 is necessary in folate metabolism.  Increased heart disease risk from elevated homocysteine levels may result from B6,  B12, or folate deficiency.

People who may be more at risk for vitamin B12 deficiency include:

Those with malabsorption problems, or people with chronic use of antacids and those who are over age 60.  A specific protein cofactor called the intrinsic factor and normal stomach acidity levels are necessary for B12 absorption to be able to occur.  Some individuals receive monthly injections of B12 after reaching older age and some people need to receive them monthly throughout life due to having chronically low vitamin B12 for other reasons than normal aging such as a genetic issue with their production of the intrinsic factor protein.

Sublingual tablets of the supplement are also available which are absorbed in the mouth, bypassing any problems with the rest of the digestive system.

A genetic difference may exist that causes some individuals to require the methylated active form of B12 rather than being able to benefit from the more commonly available supplement which is an unmethylated and therefore inactive form.  [More about methylcobalamin.] A genetic screening test would need to be ordered to find out if there were any differences in the gene that might cause an inability to methylate vitamin B12 or folate/(folic acid is the commonly used supplement which is also in the unmethylated form, and therefore inactive for someone with a genetic inability to perform the methylation reaction – meaning an enzyme is malfunctioning somewhere in the complex chemical chain of events.)

A problem with lower digestive acidity in the stomach could also be managed simply by adding a side dish or condiment to meals that contains vinegar or acidic ingredients. Examples from around the world include chutneys, pickles, lime or lemon juice/fresh wedges, vinegary salad dressing, salsa or Tabasco Sauce, and Worcestershire sauce.

  • What is Worcestershire Sauce? (thespruce) (and how do you spell it?)- It is an interesting story – featuring the chemists Lea and Perrins. (Lea & Perrins is still the best selling brand of Worcestershire Sauce). Who knew chemistry could be so delicious?

Schizophrenia may also be associated with an increased risk for low levels of vitamin B12. Read more: (askdrgonzalez.com/deficiency-of-vitamin-b12-and-schizophrenia/)

Low stomach acid may be an underlying issue with symptoms of schizophrenia and in other mental health disorders. The balance and variety of microbes living within the gastrointestinal tract also may be involved in symptoms resembling mental illness. (Digestion & schizophrenia /PMC4437570/)

Pickles that are made fresh and need to be refrigerated  can be a source of healthy intestinal microbes, in a similar way to the healthy bacteria found in yogurt with active probiotics or Kefir drinks.  A variety of traditional products with live cultures are listed here – and a new one, probiotics are being added to chocolate in some products: (health.com/probiotics & chocolate) Scientists studying the microbiome tend to recommend the live culture foods rather than supplements of probiotics – based on my overview impression of multiple sources. An overview regarding the current recommendations about probiotic supplements is available here: (washingtonpost/people-love-probiotics-but-do-they-really-help/2017/05/19)

Probiotics refers to products that contain actual good guy bacteria, while prebiotics refers to foods that contain fiber or other nutrients which the good guy bacteria need to eat in order to survive and flourish – in competition with the more negative strains of bacteria or with yeasts or other microbes which might be found within our gastro-intestinal tract.

Eating vegetables and other foods that are good sources of some types of fiber also helps support healthier intestinal microbes, a few foods that provide the types of fiber that our intestinal microbes need to eat in order to flourish and protect us from more negative types of microbes, are listed here: (pcrm.org/seven-foods-to-supercharge-your-gut-bacteria)

It is a very good idea to get adequate fiber in the daily diet – because starving microbes will start breaking down and consuming edible portions of the intestinal cells for nourishment – if forced, and it may leave the body more at risk for infection (labblog.uofmhealth.org/gut-bacteria-eat-colon-lining-when-starved-for-fiber) – but why starve your good guy microbes? Our intestinal microbes may also help prevent anxiety. (neuroscienceresearch.wustl.edu.pdf)

Food Sources of Vitamin B12 include: 

  • shellfish, fish, meat, poultry, eggs, milk, cheese, dairy products, Nutritional or Brewer’s yeast.  Vegetarians who don’t eat dairy, eggs, fish or other meat products may need a supplement or nutritional yeast, a vegan food source of vitamin B12. (nutritional yeast/pubmed/11146329)
  • See the post on Vitamin B6 for more information about how the group of B vitamins work together in energy metabolism and cell growth.

Reference for more information:

An Evidence-based Approach to Vitamins and Minerals:  Health Benefits and Intake Recommendations, 2nd Ed., by J. Higdon & V. Drake, (Thieme, Stuttgart / New York, 2012)

  • A description and source for purchasing the text: (thieme.com)
  • A review of the text: (ajcn.nutrition.org/content/79/5/892.full)
  • The text is produced in cooperation with the Linus Pauling Institute. He is a researcher who used large doses of vitamin C to cure cancer tumors. His work was met with skepticism. More recently research supports his work in that a specific type of cancer cells is very susceptible to vitamin C – while to the rest of the body it is water soluble and non-toxic at the level that was toxic to the cancer cells. (sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2213231716302634)

Last reviewed and revised on 9/30/2017.

Disclaimer: This information is provided for educational purposes within the guidelines of fair use. While I am a Registered Dietitian this information is not intended to provide individual health guidance. Please see a health professional for individual health care purposes.

The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics has a service for locating a nutrition counselor near you at the website eatright.org: (eatright.org/find-an-expert)