Category Archives: Informative

COVID-19 UPDATE RE: ORIGINS AND WHAT TO EXPECT

The S (spine or spike) proteins (shown sticking out like mushroom stalks from the round virus) have high homology with the SARS virus. These are the proteins that make up the “key” that binds with the ACE2 receptors in humans to enter the cell.
This contributes to the organ failure we see with infected persons as it drives the virus into the cells of the lungs and other organs such as the heart and kidneys which also have ACE2 receptors.

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Something to Think About While We Lock Down

People are being arrested for spending too much time outside, and you applaud. Pastors are being arrested for daring to hold church services, and you applaud. A child’s birthday party is raided by police, and you applaud. A young woman is ticketed for going on a leisurely drive alone because it’s deemed “non-essential travel”, and you applaud. A parade of school teachers and administrators who wanted to drive through neighborhoods and wave at children is busted up by cops because they were “non-essential,” and you applaud. A lone paddle-boarder in the ocean on a beach without any other people around is arrested because he’s violating quarantine orders, and you applaud.

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Practical Tips for COVID19.

It is spread human to human via liquid droplets from coughing or sneezing. Attaches to ACE-2 receptors in the lungs and then duplicates inside the affected cells, destroys the tissue and attacks the immune system. It can be killed inside the body by lymphocytes (killer cells, T cells) which detect the infected cells and then attack them by injecting them with enzymes that destroy and dissolve them. So keeping your immune system frosty during this time is a good idea. (less alcohol, no smoking, plenty of water, antioxidants, vitamins/minerals, helpful herbs, and a well-balanced diet if possible.

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The Gut’s Role in Parkinson’s Disease

Articles ­– Dr. Mercola Parkinson’s disease is a neurological disorder in which neurons and dopamine-producing cells in your brain begin to die. Symptoms progress over time and include tremors, slow movements, rigid limbs, shuffling gait, stooped posture and an inability to move. Patients may also […]

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Gut Bacteria and Dementia Linked.

HONOLULU — Depletion of certain gut bacteria, and an elevated level of other bacteria, are associated with an increased risk for dementia, a new study suggests. “Although our study has numerous limitations, the results suggest that the gut microbiome could be a new target for […]

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