Vitamin D3 anabolic, calcitriol catabolic for muscle/thymus

Several great studies, which will probably do little to calm down the controversy that seems to be brewing lately in the blogosphere over whether supplementing with vitamin D3 is beneficial or not. Namely, the last study below demonstrated direct muscle-anabolic effects from supplementation with vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol), in direct opposition to the known catabolic effects … Read more

Restoring oxidative metabolism has curative effects on cancer (leukemia)

A great study, which directly demonstrates not only the OXPHOS deficiency characteristic of all “cancer” cells, but also proving that restoration of OXPHOS is highly therapeutic (and likely curative) for leukemia. Just as importantly, the study demonstrates that cancer cells have, in fact, higher respiration rates than normal cells, however the mitochondria of cancer cells … Read more

PUFA are remarkably estrogenic, toxic to the ovaries

One of the few studies that looks into the issue of whether the xenoestrogenic burden we are exposed to 24×7 in Western countries is due entirely to synthetic, industrial chemicals or if there is more to the story. Well, there is definitely more to the story, and the additional evidence we have from the study … Read more

High (extracellular) serotonin causes Alzheimer’s and depression

The utter corruption of “journalism” is once again on full display in MSM. The actual scientific study is very clear in its statements/conclusions that a decrease in the levels of serotonin transporter (5-HTT) led to accumulation of beta-amyloid and onset of depression. Lower levels of 5-HTT – the protein that deactivates serotonin – means higher … Read more

Omega-3 increase risk of atrial fibrillation (afib)

It looks like Big Pharma is just living the dream. Considering doctors left and right are recommending massive doses of omega-3 to everybody and their cat, Big Pharma selling drugs that treat afib seems like the perfect conspiracy of “sell them the poison and then the remedy”. Hopefully, the study below should give serious pause … Read more

Cartilage/bone health depends on oxidative metabolism

A good study that demonstrates yet another “structural” aspect of health – the strength and growth or our cartilage/bones – is heavily dependent on proper mitochondrial function. As such, even minor disruptions of oxidative metabolism can lead to long-term deformations in bone/cartilage, which is often corroborated by the facial deformities and other bone pathologies in … Read more

Low testosterone (T) and/or high estrogen/T ratio predict COVID-19 mortality

So, there we have it – yet another shameless lie exposed. After claiming completely evidence-free since the beginning of 2020 that high androgen levels are detrimental to males when it comes to COVID-19, mainstream medicine now gets to see its lies/incompetence exposed. Those shameless lies become even more egregious considering the abominable clinical trials with … Read more

Infrared/red light applied to the skull can treat Alzheimer’s/dementia…

…and improve cognition even in healthy people! The mechanism of action is the familiar effects of red/infrared light on stimulating mitochondrial function, and especially complex IV, while also decreasing chronic inflammation. The regimen was light exposure for 6min, twice a day, for 4 weeks. Even a single 100W red bulb should be enough to replicate … Read more

Vitamin B1 and/or biotin may treat Huntington Disease (HD)

As some of my own studies with cancer recently demonstrated, vitamins are no laughing matter when it comes to their ability to treat very serious conditions. This seems to be especially true in regards to the B vitamins, which are required co-factors for most of the metabolic reactions inside our organisms. The study below adds … Read more