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How to Oxygenate yourself

Oxygenate—when you see heavy dosing of chem. Trails you may want to use “ Rocket Fuel” as some call it in science or Hydrogen Peroxide—if you have food grade—take 1-3 drops in a 1 ounce container—add distilled water and then attach a mister or a spray nozzle—and every so often give your self a pump this will release or increase Oxygen into the blood stream and take a load off the heart—and increase oxygen circulation throughout the body—

When doing this as well Increase Vitamin C intake ( 5 grams plus) to offset any prooxidant effect of the H2O2

ORRR got to a dollar store and get a Peroxide without stabilzers—and add the whole thing to a one ounce bottle and add a mister to it and apply as been mentioned in the above paragraph—this will again offset any potential issue that may occur as a lack of Oxygen

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Hydrogen Peroxide Benefits and Data

Pure Hydrogen Peroxide, discovered by a French chemist in 1818 was utilized extensively from the early 19th century until the early 20th Century as a treatment of various illnesses such as; asthma, cholera, syphilis, typhoid fever, tuberculosis, ulcers and pertussis. Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide is approved by the United States Department of Agriculture as it contains no harmful additives.

The use of Hydrogen Peroxide Treatment lost a great deal of its appeal with the introduction of the pharmaceutical industry in the 20th Century. With the increased knowledge of several of the side effects produced by taking today’s prescribed medicines, a lot of individuals are reverting back to the use of the older, conventional cures including Hydrogen Peroxide Treatment, also called Oxygen Therapy.

Hydrogen Peroxide was utilized following the First World War to fight a pneumonia pandemic. It was, and still is, used extensively to treat emphysema and congestive lung problems. The main benefit is due to its ability to increment the oxygen content of blood and body tissue which increases blood flow and raises body temperature.

Some of the medical uses of Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide contain:

Cuts, Scrapes and Open Sores -This is the old conventional treatment for open cuts and sores. The procedure consists of applying Hydrogen Peroxide to kill any infection.

Acne – Applied with a cotton swob it will dehydrate the acne. A moisturizer ought to be applied afterwards to restore some of the natural moisture of the skin as the Hydrogen Peroxide will dry the area encompassing the acne.

Mouthwash – A mild solution may be used as a mouthwash. This will kill bacteria that causes bad breath as well as help prevent Periodontal disease. Simultaneously it will whiten your teeth.

Take away Ear Wax – A weak solution put in your ear will aid in the removal of set ear wax.

Athletes Feet – You could use a spray bottle to apply to affected areas of the feet. This will kill off the fungus causing the athletes feet.

Colds, Flu – Gargling a weak solution will kill off the germs causing these illnesses.

Some Non-medical, family uses, include:

Stain Remover – Amazing for removing blood stains.

Sanitizer – Utilize it in the kitchen and bathroom to sanitize and clean all surfaces.

Wash Vegetables – Vegetables are sprayed with all types of insecticides and additives to keep them fresh. Rinsing them off with a solution of Hydrogen Peroxide will kill off these harmful additives.

Water Plants – Utilized to provide extra oxygen to the soil. Numerous farmers now spray a weak solution on their crops to remove harmful bacteria and act as a natural insecticide.

Treat Fungus – Wash moldy places with Hydrogen Peroxide.

Hydrogen Peroxide is likely one of the best and least expensive products on the market nowadays that can be utilized in a lot of areas. Everybody should have a bottle on hand at all times and utilize it wherever harmful bacteria is present.

Utilize it with care and utilize it often

Read more: http://www.articlesbase.com/health-articles/benefits-and-many-uses-of-food-grade-hydrogen-peroxide-4201698.html#ixzz1KriOiqjM
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[U1]The Irony Here is that Own Monsanto—so this is a smoke screen to distance themselves as to save Face among there 1 billion catholics—if they knew that there own religion was forming a genocide on the membership they would be outraged—this would disassociate them from the institution
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Show of the Week January 16 2012

 

 

Does Sugar Feed Cancer?

Cancer Cells Feed On Sugar-Free Diet

Statins linked with small diabetes risk

Rare ‘supersoldier’ ants created in Canadian lab

These Substances may Enhance Hair Growth -if Hair Follicles are still Alive

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Does Sugar Feed Cancer?

ScienceDaily (Aug. 17, 2009) — Researchers at Huntsman Cancer Institute at the University of Utah have uncovered new information on the notion that sugar “feeds” tumors. The findings may also have implications for other diseases such as diabetes. The research is published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.–“It’s been known since 1923 that tumor cells use a lot more glucose than normal cells. Our research helps show how this process takes place, and how it might be stopped to control tumor growth,” says Don Ayer, Ph.D., a Huntsman Cancer Institute investigator and professor in the Department of Oncological Sciences at the University of Utah.-During both normal and cancerous cell growth, a cellular process takes place that involves both glucose (sugar) and glutamine (an amino acid). Glucose and glutamine are both essential for cell growth,[U1] and it was long assumed they operated independently, but Ayer’s research shows they are inter-dependent. He discovered that by restricting glutamine availability, glucose utilization is also stopped. “Essentially, if you don’t have glutamine, the cell is short circuited due to a lack of glucose, which halts the growth of the tumor cell” Ayer says.–The research, spearheaded by Mohan Kaadige, Ph.D., a postdoctoral fellow in Ayer’s lab, focused on MondoA, a protein that is responsible for turning genes on and off. In the presence of glutamine, MondoA blocks the expression of a gene called TXNIP. TXNIP is thought to be a tumor suppressor, but when it’s blocked by MondoA , it allows cells to take up glucose, which in turn drives tumor growth. Ayer’s research could lead to new drugs that would target glutamine utilization, or target MondoA or TXNIP.–Ayer says the next step in his research is to develop animal models to test his ideas about how MondoA and TXNIP control cell growth. “If we can understand that, we can break the cycle of glucose utilization which could be beneficial in the treatment of cancer,” Ayer says.–Story Source–The above story is reprinted from materials provided by University of Utah Health Sciences, via EurekAlert!, a service of AAAS.

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Cancer Cells Feed On Sugar-Free Diet

ScienceDaily (Jan. 10, 2012) — Cancer cells have been long known to have a “sweet tooth,” using vast amounts of glucose for energy and for building blocks for cell replication.—Now, a study by a team of researchers at Johns Hopkins and elsewhere shows that lymph gland cancer cells called B cells can use glutamine in the absence of glucose for cell replication and survival, particularly under low-oxygen conditions, which are common in tumors.—Writing in the Jan. 4, 2012, edition of Cell Metabolism, Anne Le, M.D., and a team of investigators collaborating with the Johns Hopkins Brain Science Institute, say the finding is critical for developing innovative cancer therapies because it offers “proof of concept” evidence that curbing the growth of B cell cancers can be accomplished by inhibiting a glutamine enzyme called glutaminase.–Le notes that although little is known about glutamine’s role in the growth of B cell cancer, the amino acid circulates in the blood at the highest level among the 20 amino acids that do so.–The tricarboxylic acid cycle (TCA or Krebs cycle) is classically regarded as a pathway for glucose oxidation. However, the experiments by Le and the team show that B cells oxidize glutamine when glucose is absent.—The study also found that when oxygen is scarce, there is enhanced conversion of glutamine to glutathione, an important agent for controlling the accumulation of oxygen-containing chemically reactive molecules that cause damage to normal cells.—When the investigators used a glutaminase inhibitor, cancerous growth of B cells was stopped in petri dishes.—“The flexibility of the TCA cycle in using both glutamine and glucose pathways may be important for cancer cells to proliferate and survive, especially under the low-oxygen and nutrient-deprived conditions often encountered in the tumor microenvironment,” says Le.–Now, perhaps, scientists can exploit that survival strategy to stop cancer, according to former Johns Hopkins scientist Chi Dang, M.D., now at the Abramson Cancer Center at the University of Pennsylvania. “A broader and deeper understanding of cancer cell metabolism and cancer cells’ability to reprogram biochemical pathways under metabolic stress can be a rich ground for therapeutic approaches targeting tumor metabolism,” he says.—In addition to Le, an assistant professor in the Department of Pathology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, other researchers from Johns Hopkins who participated in this study include Sminu Bose, Arvin Gouw, Joseph Barbi, Takashi Tsukamoto, Camilo J. Rojas and Barbara Slusher. The Johns Hopkins Brain Science Institute, where Tsukamoto, Rojas and Slusher are faculty, is pursuing the development of new glutaminase inhibitor drugs.—Story Source-The above story is reprinted from materials provided by Johns Hopkins Medicine. –Journal Reference–Anne Le, Andrew N. Lane, Max Hamaker, Sminu Bose, Arvin Gouw, Joseph Barbi, Takashi Tsukamoto, Camilio J. Rojas, Barbara S. Slusher, Haixia Zhang, Lisa J. Zimmerman, Daniel C. Liebler, Robbert J.C. Slebos, Pawel K. Lorkiewicz, Richard M. Higashi, Teresa W.M. Fan, Chi V. Dang. Glucose-Independent Glutamine Metabolism via TCA Cycling for Proliferation and Survival in B Cells. Cell Metabolism, 2012; 15 (1): 110 DOI: 10.1016/j.cmet.2011.12.009

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Statins linked with small diabetes risk

Whether statins can make blood sugar rise enough that someone crosses the threshold to diabetes has been confusing. -A new side-effect seems to be emerging for those cholesterol-lowering wonder drugs called statins: They may increase some people’s chances of developing Type 2 diabetes.–A study adds to the evidence, finding a modest risk among older women who used a variety of statins. It’s a puzzling link, and specialists say people who most need statins because of a high risk for a heart attack should stick with the drugs.-“What I fear here is that people who need and will benefit from statins will be scared off of using the drugs because of reports like this,” says Dr. Steven Nissen, cardiology chairman at the Cleveland Clinic, who wasn’t involved with the research. “We don’t want these drugs in the water supply, but we want the right people treated[U2]. When they are, this effect is not a significant limitation.”–But more and more doctors are urging otherwise healthy people to use the pills as a way to prevent heart disease[U3]. For them, the findings add another potential complication as they consider whether to tackle their cholesterol with diet and exercise alone or add a medication.-“The statin should not be seen as the magic pill,”[U4] says Dr. Yunsheng Ma of the University of Massachusetts Medical School, who led Monday’s study of postmenopausal women.

Heart risks of diabetes

Statins are one of the most widely prescribed drugs, and among the most touted with good reason. They can dramatically lower so-called “bad” LDL cholesterol. Studies make clear that they save lives when used by people who already have heart disease.–What’s debated is how much the drugs help people who don’t yet have cardiovascular disease but whose chances are higher because of other factors such as smoking or high blood pressure — or diabetes.—In fact, long-term diabetes is so heart-risky that the American Diabetes Association urges fairly aggressive statin use by many diabetics. For everyone else, Nissen says the general rule is statins help people who have at least a 10 per cent chance of a heart attack in the next 10 years, something a doctor can calculate.

All drugs have side-effects that are important to consider while deciding whether they’re a good bet for an individual. Statins have long been known to cause muscle pain that on rare occasions becomes a serious breakdown of muscle that can lead to kidney failure, even death.—Not to mention RNA damage—and lobotomizing the brain as well—But whether statins can make blood sugar rise enough that someone crosses the threshold to diabetes has been confusing.–After all, some of the same risks for heart disease — such as being overweight and sedentary — also increase the odds of developing Type 2 diabetes. And Ma says too many statin users wrongly assume the pills will let them eat whatever they want.

Ma’s team examined a huge government study that tracked the health of postmenopausal women for many years. They culled the records of more than 153,000 women who didn’t have diabetes when they enrolled in the Women’s Health Initiative in the 1990s. Just 7 per cent were taking statins at the time. Fast forward to 2005: Nearly 10 per cent of the statin users had developed diabetes as a needed note of caution for women, saying there’s less certainty about the drugs’ overall effects in them. Stay tuned: Her own research aims to narrow down which statin users are more likely to experience a blood-sugar jump.

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Rare ‘supersoldier’ ants created in Canadian lab

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McGill Unversity researchers were able to create supersoldier ants, which are a biological anomaly, in the lab. (Alex Wilder/alexanderwilder.com)

As It Happens on super soldier ants8:09

Canadian researchers have discovered how to make a certain kinds of ants develop into “supersoldiers”[U5] with huge oblong heads and giant vicious jaws.–The findings are significant because they show there is dormant genetic potential that can be invoked by changes in the environment and locked in place for a very long time, said lead author Ehab Abouheif, a McGill University biology professor, whose research was published Friday in the journal Science.–The authors suggest that hanging on to ancestral developmental toolkits can be an important way for organisms to evolve new physical traits.–“Birds with teeth, snakes with fingers and humans with ape-like hair – these are ancestral traits that pop regularly in nature,”[U6] Abouheif said. “But for the longest time in evolutionary theory, these ancestral traits were thought to go nowhere … the Barnum and Bailey of evolution. So they’ve been an unappreciated source of evolutionary variation.”—Typically, supersoldier ants are biological anomalies that occur rarely in nature and only in limited geographical regions. But the McGill researchers found these supersoldiers in unexpected regions and also created them by manipulating hormones.—Pheidole (big-headed) ant colonies contain millions of ants, including minor workers and soldiers. Depending on the food ants are fed, certain hormones are triggered in the ant larvae and they either develop into soldiers or minor workers.–Then there are supersoldier ants that block their nest entrance with their extra-large heads and fight with invading ants during army ant raids.–Abouheif and his team unexpectedly found supersoldier ants in the Pheidole species in Long Island where they aren’t normally seen. They were then able to artificially induce them in the lab by by dabbing the larvae with juvenile hormone, indicating that environmental cues can switch on the genetic machinery that produces supersoldiers.[U7]–“The kind of environmental stressors that evoke this dormant potential are there all the time, so when the need arises natural selection can take hold of the potential and actualize it,” said Abouheif.—“So what we’re showing is that environmental stress is important for evolution because it can facilitate the development of novel phenotypes. Any time you have a mismatch between the normal environment of the organism and its genetic potential you can release them – and these things can be locked in place for 30 to 65 million year

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[U1]Glutamine Breaks down into 5 different amino acids and is the most abundant amino in the oesophagus-and intestine and stomach regions—it will converto to gaba-glutationie-glycine-glutamic acid and ghb—the glycine converts to glucagons( sugar ) which is required fro brain and liver and cellular energy
[U2]“the right People/”” this is amazing these drugs are so damaging from the genetic code to the arterial integrity-RNA DNA damage—brain lobotomizing—who are these “ right people?
[U3]This is unbelievable and the ignorance is what this report is showing the medical field is doing to healthy individuals to compromise there health
[U4]First we are going to use a s preventative and now we are not to look at it as a magical pill
[U5]Welcome to Canada EH!!! The land of Biodiversity and death—we export Nuclear energy ( bombs) food ( GMO WHEAT AND CANOLA ..ETC ) andd Now Pestilence–
[U6]Genetic engineering experiments—anomalies created in a lab
[U7]In other words they created these ants and put them on Long Island and were able to manipulate the Genetic code of these bugs—meaning we are now heading for a new Bio Warfare –we will just create a Super bug to inflict a people or Undesirables we do not want—we will give an ant a poison bite a butterfly with a knoxious sting –a flea to carry MRSA—etc.
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