Aspirin now proposed as treatment for brain cancer

The news on treating cancer as metabolic disease just keep on coming. This new study discusses a “novel” drug based on aspirin as a potential treatment for brain cancer. Its only other (inactive) ingredients are triacetin and saccharin. The rationale for creating this bizarre “new” drug are apparently the widely publicized (but untrue) gastrointestinal side … Read more Aspirin now proposed as treatment for brain cancer

Psychiatric diagnoses are ‘worthless’, most mental conditions stem from stress (trauma)

It is rare to see a study like the one below that does not hold anything back and exposes psychiatry for what it really is – fraud. Well, the exact words used were a “disingenuous categorical system” but words like “worthless” and “meaningless” were also used freely. In summary, psychiatry is a highly profitable scam, … Read more Psychiatric diagnoses are ‘worthless’, most mental conditions stem from stress (trauma)

MS Tied To Glucose Deficiency Due To Endotoxin And Fat, Extra Glucose May Treat It

Just a few days ago I posted the groundbreaking study on metabolic derangement in ALS – i.e. it is a diseased characterized by increased FAO, which wastes glucose. Simply increasing dietary glucose was able to greatly restrain the pathology. Well, hot on the heels of that study is the study below, which found very similar … Read more MS Tied To Glucose Deficiency Due To Endotoxin And Fat, Extra Glucose May Treat It

Insects can feel both acute and chronic pain, can even develop insect-PTSD

Not many readers of this blog know it, but to this day surgery on babies or other painful procedures is often performed without anesthesia. The rationale for this horrific torture is that the nervous system of babies is not developed yet, so they don’t feel pain. It takes a special kind of sociopath to make … Read more Insects can feel both acute and chronic pain, can even develop insect-PTSD

Goats are “excellent listeners”, can recognize and respond to the feelings of their peers

Apparently, the expression “dull as a sheep/goat” needs to be revised. According to the study below, goats are not only perfectly capable of distinguishing various emotions in their peers’ calls but can also recognize their relatives, empathize with their peers’ emotions and even respond to these emotions – i.e. cheer a sad peer up. They … Read more Goats are “excellent listeners”, can recognize and respond to the feelings of their peers

ALS tied to increased fat oxidation (FAO), increasing glucose may treat it

I made a few posts in the past about ALS characterized by adrenal hyperactivity and suppressed gonadal function, as well as mitochondrial dysfunction and copper deficiency. Also, non-familial ALS is known to occurs 4-5 times more often in active/retired elite athletes. All of these findings strongly suggest ALS is linked to stress and dysregulated metabolism. … Read more ALS tied to increased fat oxidation (FAO), increasing glucose may treat it

Blocking cystine, and thus glutathione (GSH) synthesis, kills cancer stem cells

Yet another study that adds to the evidence that cancer is a metabolic disease, driven by excessive reductive stress. I posted a few other threads on the role of glutathione precursors in cancer, and specifically on the role of cysteine in melanoma. In the body, cysteine gets converted into cystine and the latter is used … Read more Blocking cystine, and thus glutathione (GSH) synthesis, kills cancer stem cells

Consciousness is quantum, can be modulated with specific chemicals

Many readers are likely familiar with the theories of Roger Penrose on the topics of consciousness and how it relates to physics and even cosmology. He is perhaps the most vocal proponent of “quantum consciousness” theories, including his own theory known as “orchestrated objective reduction”. The topic of anesthetics and how they work has always … Read more Consciousness is quantum, can be modulated with specific chemicals

At least 15% of patients with brain injury and in coma may be conscious and capable of recovery

As many readers know, patients with severe brain injury are typically viewed by medical professionals as simply a “vegetable on a plug” and incapable of recovery. The family members are aggressively lobbied to agree for the patient to be “pulled off the plug” and allowed to die. The rationale is that not only is keeping … Read more At least 15% of patients with brain injury and in coma may be conscious and capable of recovery

The human organism is an “electrome” and diseases can be cured by controlling electron flow

A great article describing the forgotten idea that the human organism is not simply a “wetware” of cells generated according to a master blueprint (DNA). Apparently, as early as the 1920s there were devices that could diagnose even very early stage cancer by simply measuring voltage difference between different body parts. In order words, cancer … Read more The human organism is an “electrome” and diseases can be cured by controlling electron flow