17 Burst results for "Mighty Qendra"

"mighty qendra" Discussed on Freakonomics

Freakonomics

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"mighty qendra" Discussed on Freakonomics

"And so could you transition this to a society that is getting heavier and running into the problem of obese? Diabetes in the related complications. The answer is, yes, but I think a social and ethical component erases a big question that should be drafted. It's not unusual for scientific advances to raise social issues and questions. We have this all the time. Indeed, just because of drug may soon exist, that could mimic, the effective, exercise does not necessarily mean we should immediately spike, our water supply with it. So Evans's drug if it does make it through FDA approval will surely have its philosophical and ethical skeptics. But even now it's got its physiological skeptics to an exercise Mimetic that again is Michael Joyner from the mayo clinic if you think about it. The main ones have been designed to try to increase the function of the mighty Conroe little organs in skeletal muscle that, that burn carbohydrates fat and are critical to the metabolic benefits of exercise. And certainly you can stimulate those with drugs. But if you look at the broad class of things that exercise does it goes, way beyond just affecting the mighty Qendra affects again, the vessels, the remote effects of training, the effects on the brain the effect. On intermediate metabolism and all sorts of other things. So I think you can find medic for things that sort of look like exercise..

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"mighty qendra" Discussed on The Ultimate Health Podcast

The Ultimate Health Podcast

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"mighty qendra" Discussed on The Ultimate Health Podcast

"You're astute listeners will say, well, wait a minute. You're eating dramatic date o'clock at night. That's really dumb. Well. Yeah. It is really dumb. But that's when my wife, and I actually are home together because she works. And I were if I had it to do my own design we've probably between four and six, but my patients were going gonna be mad in her customers will be mad. So we from six to eight o'clock at night, and Dr Guidry earlier, you talked about the fact that might a Qendra are engulfed bacteria. So can you just go back there and get into that a little bit more throughout the long job? Paradox. Some of these kinda fun facts are tantalizing very very very very long ago. Bacteria made a deal with other single cell organisms to literally crawl inside these other single cells in exchange for food and protection and in exchange for that, they would produce energy for that cell, and all modern cells that make a all animals utilize these engulfed bacterium, and what's really fascinating is that these bacteria. These mighty Qendra have their own DNA, and they divide without cellular division the nuclear division. In other words, they can divide and make more mighty Qendra without the cell having to divide. And that's actually what's really exciting is that because they have their own DNA. They are independent of the cell, and they can divide depending on the needs of the organism or the cell to make more mighty condo. And it turns out that these bacteria. These might Qendra are inherited from the mother, they carry maternal mighty Conrail DNA and sperm for instance. Don't contribute any might Qendra to the new baby. It's only from the mother and the mother interestingly enough contributes, the initial microbiome to her baby she contributes that not only by as I told Maria Shriver in an interview taking a crap on the baby as the baby comes through the birth canal. But also, we now know that mothers breast Mel his. Full of bacteria and interestingly enough fungi yeasts another funguses that contribute to the baby's microbiome. So the mothers might a Qendra make the baby and the mother's bacteria make the baby. And there's some fascinating research that I talk about in the book that your microbiome, which you inherited from your mother talks to their sister bacteria, which are in the MIDA Qendra, and they actually send them text messages in we have been able not me, but other researchers have been able to detect these text messages, so there's a constant communication between the microbiome the hall abiam, and these bacteria structures in all of our cells, you know. Sounds very Star Wars and doodoo. But in fact, the more we see one elegant sophisticated organism. We are the symbiotic connection between our Holo bio in the microbes within each of ourselves, the might Akon, drew. It's just it's incredibly empowering once you know, how the system works to take control over your health. It's not the genes that you were dealt, but it's you can manipulate your microbiome to getting you today. Young at a very old age on thanks for breaking that down for us fascinating staff, and Dr Guidry earlier when we got into breaking her fast. We talked about how you go about eating, but I wanna come back around and tie that together and talk about what you're actually getting when you break your fast. Are done three day water fasts I've done a six day water fast that I broke with one meal because it happened to be Father's Day and one of my daughters fixed me dinner, I guess you don't wanna say no, doctor Joseph McCulloch. I talk a lot about this in Jason Fung. And I know each other while I'm not convinced that you need to do significant water fast. It is certainly an option, but as Dr vaulter Longo, who's the director of longevity at USC news become a good friend who gave me a very nice blurb for the book. He's shown that a five day a low calorie vegan fast of about nine hundred calories a day. And you do that. Once once a month for five days, consecutively will be the equivalent. If you did calorie restriction for that entire month in we'll be the equivalent as if you did water.

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"mighty qendra" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"mighty qendra" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"Hold onto those thirteen genes that are critical for so for example, complex one and is one of those respiratory chains. There's these five complexes will one of the complexes forty five sub-units, but a few Afam, which means forty five proteins make this huge complex. But a few of them are in the in the mighty Kandal genome complex three very poor my favorite complex. Everybody's gotta have a favorite complex. And so my favorite Constancio t shirt L. Yes. So my favorite complexes complex three. And it has one gene that still in the mighty Kandari. Are you saying that just to be contrarian because complex one is actually the coolest? Because like how how complex one not be your favourite might Kondracke complex. I'll tell you in a second. It's just because you're cool, and you're too cool for school. 'cause you study this the rest of us who are in the peanut gallery. We we default into complex one being the coolest. So you're saying might a condo hipster. You are you're leading the charge on us now, but think, you know complex threes. Very interesting because it has eleven you know, one of only one sub unit is in the mitochondria will encoded by the mighty Kandal genome. So so at one point the mighty Qendra so going back and volition, we think there was an alpha pro bacteria and archea probably a message in and these two pro Carrio, it's got together and have symbiotic love affair an interest to explain to the so we are eukaryotic Siew carrier. And notice that mean, again, we've got a nucleus. We've got a bunch of organs, and what's appropriate and doesn't have those organisms out so bacteria. So you got a bacteria, and you got an archea and they got together. So we think the arc is kind of where the nucleus came from and the alpha Portia 'Bacterial the modern day might contra and one of the best evidence is I remember an experiment that I did as a graduate student. And was I took a bacteria that somebody had discovered in the seventies beautiful paper nature and this bacteria. If you gave it like sucks innate, like a a mighty condo substrate. And it'll grow on it, and it would respirable very similar to modern by Terry modern might Qendra. Wow. A nice elegant proof of concept that the might Akande are basically bacteria, but came from back there that came from bacteria. Yeah. I mean, you know, those who doubt Volusia was tell them that every organism. I know burns glucose very similarly. It is hard to make that. Yeah. If you're if you're not wanna go down, this path will simply alienate a million people. But, but it is interesting to think like it strikes me as it's very hard to come up with an alternative explanation for why you would have this effectively foreign DNA inside every cell, and I just I'm so intrigued by this might Conrail DNA thing. Because again, it's such a tiny. Number of genes on a relative scale. But yet they're so critical to my knowledge is I don't think there's any other organization that carries its own genes with it is there. No, it doesn't. And what's interesting is that aid only in coz for like a one percent of you know, there's I don't know one thousand proteins in the Maya cottage absolutely critical. You knock those thirty seven genes out. You not got any one of those genes out you're done. You're not. And so why did the mighty contra hold onto those? Right. So I basically gave up, you know, if it has a thousand proteins and said, you know, what the nuclear genome you take under nine hundred ninety nine I'm gonna hold on. And and they're all critical catalytic sub-units and all of this and under the was there really essential for the function. And I'm gonna hold onto. It's almost like it doesn't trust it symbiotic partner. Right. Right. Is like a love affair, right? Yeah. I love you. But. I'm gonna hold onto a few things. And it's very interesting because I believe I could be wrong. But I you could make the case. And correct me if I'm wrong that that we pay a price for that lack of trust in many ways. Don't you think the nucleus would be better?.

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"mighty qendra" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"mighty qendra" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"The front step cancer and sepsis being two enormous examples that having too much antioxidant property can actually be harmful. And that's a moment when you actually wanna be able to inhibit that process. So one of the interesting antioxidant trials now again, caveat in this experiment. I'm gonna tell you is an exercise experiment. So we all agreed that if you do vigorous exercise it has benefits, and you can take a biopsy. A and look at all the genes that excise turns on and these genes we think are beneficial to the host to the rest of the body if you give high doses of antioxidants. So that's the caveat. It's high doses. Probably not the doses and most people use it actually turns off that Ben official response. So in other words to your point. I think what you were making is that when the system is stressed and the mighty Qendra integrates us stress. How does it pass that information back to the cell? We think that perhaps it releases hydrogen, peroxide. So like clearly exercise, a good example. Right. That's a stress to the system to your muscle. And how does add muscle then turn on all these genes, and blah, blah, blah. We think it does it perhaps by releasing hydrogen peroxide prior to this insight now is it the case that people knew the mighty Conroe was signaling. But assume there was a different molecule that was used to transmit the message or the people didn't actually think the mighty Kandari were playing any role in signaling in this. We're still back in the eighty p only paradigm. They did think about signaling. Only in the context of pathology. So in other words, so they're these childhood diseases like Leigh syndrome where there's a mighty conjul mutation in a particular protein and devastating disease because don't live that long as clearly that's a mighty Kandal mutation and a protein that gets mutated doesn't function properly in the mitochondria and you get a child disease. So how does that work? So be was well, probably ATP or maybe some maybe too much Ross as right? So it's that context there was some idea of signaling ride because but this is saying under physiological conditions exercise is not Thalji physiologic when you get a pathogen another when you get a virus or bacteria. That's that happens. You get a cold. Your museum has to be activated. That's not at all Aji. That's a good normal response. So under all those conditions Dachau the mighty Qendra his playing signaling role. I've coined this term, you know. So there's the mighty has powerhouses. Is. So my my talk, and they were talking about that the title of every talk I give all around the world is the same not very regional anymore might Qendra as singling organs. And h two to his one way psychosis and other way, right? That's probably the most original because that's for cell that by the way, twenty two years later. Do we still think that that were out of Emory is what has been added to that body of knowledge about the role of in a pop does and programs day? No the whole pathway, but it is still coming from the single enzyme. Yeah. Yep. Wow. They're these proteins called back and back, then make these pores ours and the mitochondria and it releases this thirteen killing Alton protein just just releases that protein right out. And then it binds to whole bunch of other proteins a path on cafes nine starts his prolific pathway, which eventually causes cell debt. So they've worked all biochemistry. The main point remains the sepcially aslo. That's that's you don't get that. All the time in biology, the twenty two years later, the punchline is still the same. The punchline is the same. I mean, you know, there's a lot of details. Faye? But conceptually. Are there other ways by the way that cells can undergo a tosa now? Now, there's a whole industry everyday. There's a new version of it. And in fact, we can talk about one new which I'm very excited about so clearly we can show that h two two in many contexts will signal for positive responses immune functions as we just talked about the exercise responser. But clearly there must be cases where h two two or other reactive oxygen species caused sell debt. How does that work, and there is a new form of cell death? That was just over by Bren stock while Scott Dixon, Columbia eleven or so two thousand eleven and they is fair toasts as an is basically taking h two to if if there's free iron, you can make a hydroxyl radical and alway- and that will then make lipid hydro proc side..

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"mighty qendra" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"mighty qendra" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"Avait has two choices can either become lactate. And usually that happens when there's not enough oxygen or the other thing I was like to say to people and or when the demand for is exceptional sectional, right? But the other place where I really goes his pyre eight goes into what's called a TA cycle, and is really a cycle. So ugly Collis's is a series of linear steps, you know, ABCD e then you get to pyro Vate and pirate actually goes in a circle and this Akasha and part of the cell called the site of plaza. The glycolysis part has TCI happens in the mighty Condor gonna get to sell. Pirate to lactate is all in the side of plaza pirate. Then gets imported to a pirate might condo pirate carrier. And that's important because it could be a target there putatively insert diseases. I think most of us appreciate and this is what you're getting to focusing pirate pirate has two choices go to lactate or the mitochondria. So clearly the pirate to lactate his side of plasma pirate going into the Miconje eventually become a co a that's an important reaction. So what we're pirated goes. And high gets in and out is quite important. And discovery of that transporter gives you a way to maybe target that. So now by rates in the might Akon is the mighty Qendra and then a three carbon and it becomes a sydell. Koei sydell coys very important, and we'll get into later because sydell Koei Concetta late to settle late. The eight means you put it on ace is an enzyme. Time. It's the it's the end of enzyme to take take it off. Yeah. Yeah. And then it goes through the T cycle stands for so some people call the crab cycle, Hans Krebs discovered his own harbach acid cycle. Some people called the citric acid cycle to use those interchangeably. And so the T CA cycle as it's going in the Maya Qendra generates any D H, and if a h these of these reducing equivalents, which then feed electrons to the electron transport chain and the electron transport chain and can pump protons which is basically like a battery to generate eighty p which is the currency of that makes, you know, cellular functions were so the way I like to explain this to people because I think it's such. It's just so damn elegant. You look at a piece of food in all you see is this potential energy you see? And of course, within all the bonds that exist in food, which is where we get our energy from you have carbon carbon. N- bonds carbon hydrogen bonds carbon nitrogen bonds carbon oxygen nitrogen oxygen? I mean, there's only finite number of Cova bonds that exist, but the two most energy dense, I think our carbon carbon carbon hydrogen correct is not where the majority of the chemical energy is liberated those electrons have to eventually accepted by something and an oxygen is the final accept or of all of those. So in some sense, the whole purpose of eating is to take a potential energy. That is a chemical form. Turn it into an electrical potential energy inside the mighty Qendra, and then eventually pull a little jujitsu and turn that back into a chemical electrical energy via the conversion of ADP to ATP. I mean to me that's the simplest way to explain this. And it's just like a battery, right? Yeah. It's kind of amazing we exist. Why they call it a power plant. Yeah. What is the, you know in the public domain would people call my conju power. Plant of the cell powerhouse power plan. Right. Then for exactly the elegant explanation. You just gave. So we already talking about the dogma right, which is all about ATP. So if you asked in nineteen ninety six. What is the major function of my Qendra make ATP that's it? And for good reason. Because let's call us beta Spade, as we know if you interrupt that cycle for even moments, it's uniformly fatal..

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"mighty qendra" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"mighty qendra" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"Everybody. Welcome. To today's episode of the drive. My guest today is my good friend navc deep or natve is like to call him Chen del now is a professor of medicine and cell molecular biology at northwestern in Chicago, which is where I actually met him to do this interview. Some of you may recall that name because natve is one of the cast of characters that I went to Easter Island with in the fall of two thousand sixteen the other being David teeny, and Tim Ferriss, and we actually spoke about this stuff at length on a podcast that Tim recorded while we were on Easter Island naps real area of expertise is in the mitochondria and in metabolism. And in fact, he wrote a book called navigating metabolism, no pun intended in two thousand fifteen which highly recommend for anybody. Especially people who a want to understand this stuff and be don't wanna have to buy seventeen textbooks and get into every hunter detail inspect this book was written more for. A general audience than very specific audience, and I have a copy of it and love it in this episode. We talk about a bunch of stuff, but we talk about what gotten have interested in the mighty Qendra. We get into Ross or reactive oxygen species something that I think many of you will have heard of. And then we talk about some really new on stuff. Like this stuff about MIDA Qendra being actual signaling organize and Ross may be being beneficial for that signaling other words, we get into this idea that reactive oxygen species may not be all bad. It might not be a black white thing. Which anyone who listened his podcast realized we love to explore things that aren't just binary. We talk about antioxidants and whether they're harmful or not harmful. And I suspect that a lot of people will have a point of view on that. And we get into my Kondracke DNA, which individ self is super interesting because some of you may already know this. And if you don't that's fine. You'll learn it on this episode, but the mighty Qendra have their own DNA distinct from the cell, and that DNA is of bacterial origin. It's also transmitted to us maternally. So there's a whole bunch of weird stuff going. On genetically with the mitochondria that makes it super interesting. We get into a little bit of a discussion around cortisol Navid super interested in the role of cortisol and health, and we talk, of course, about metformin. And I suspect that for some people listening to this. That's the only thing they're gonna care about. Because these days everybody's asking me about metformin, which means it's front and center on a lot of people's minds with respect to long jetty. Now, we don't even go is deep as we could on metformin. I'm saving that for another guest. That's in the queue who I'm not gonna even say too much about that. But there's a lot more coming on metformin. This however will be a great primer for that. Because you'll certainly understand how metformin works and how it may play a role in long jetty. We talk about the role of the mitochondria in cancer. And again, we take a different view here from what you will have heard from other guests potentially we talk about any D And AD precursors. And that again is a number thing that people I think are pretty excited about at the end somehow nab jujitsu me. And turns the tables on me and asks. Me the so what should I eat question, which anybody who knows me knows? I can't stand being asked that question. But because it's natve I human him a little bit before we jump into that. Please. Keep in mind, we have an Email list every Sunday morning. I send out an Email, and that Email has a whole bunch of stuff in it usually pretty short though. But it's basically something I've read that's interesting that pertains to longevity. Science lipid algae, performance were just something that really interests me beyond those things. Keep in mind, we put I would say in ungodly amount of effort into preparing show notes. And when I say, we I'm using that term, very liberally. I actually do none of that. But I have a team that does that in that is spearheaded by Travis and Bob so the people who do spend time on the show notes always come back to us with feedback. Like, this is freaking awesome. Please keep doing this..

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"mighty qendra" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

Elite Man Podcast

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"mighty qendra" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

"I love that. Because that's really what the crux of it is is that's about matching your genes, the correct environment. And you know, a lot of these variants that people consider to be negative or a risk or anted this. They, you know, give people a survival advantage at some point in history. And you know, I think it's really important to reframe that because none of these things are like a death sentence. None of these things are saying like you have this thing. And you can't do anything about it. It's more about finding the right environment. That's gonna you know lead to the right expression for you. We'll give you a pretty neat example. There's there's a gene called f H E R. Sorry, H F E and people at certain variant carrier risk for what the call haemochromatosis or excess iron the blood, and there's a lot of people who have that risk. But during the during the middle ages in that evil times during the plague. That variant actually gave people a survival advantage. And so there's kind of a bottleneck in human genome where more people survived the plague that had that particular age f variant, and so that's why you see, you know, pretty strongly in European descended populations. You know, now, it's it can, you know, give people excess iron. But at that point, it was a total survival advantage. What did the excess iron back then do to help them survive? You know, I'm not sure I don't know that much about the actual pathogen that was causing causing that z is I just know that that that is very interesting because I mean, it makes a lot of sense too. Because you know, we do need iron in our body iron. Does a lot of things, unfortunately, though, like, you know, can go the other way too, especially in this day and age where we're eating a ton of meat, and, you know, this hidden iron and a lot of things to a lot of the time people have excess iron and it does negative things like it can cause different inflammation. It can. You know, a whole different types of things that can feed different viruses and things like that like heavy metals. So yeah, man there there's a lot to it. There's a lot to looking back to. It's like, why do we have this, gene? Why don't we have that team? But you know, you dig few hundred years back a few thousand years back and made a lot of sense as the specific gene help people live help people survive different types of environments and climates. What are so what does a couple of the other ones that stick out? Is there any other big ones that that gene wise that you know, that that that stick out to be beneficial or non beneficial or maybe something that people should look into testing for? Yeah. I mean, there's a there's a number of them. Let's see one of my favorites. Is this one called P R G GCE one a p P A R A. And it's a it's a big player in mighty Conrail function. And might contra by Genesis, which is the ability to create new MIDA Qendra and people with a certain variant of it are either going to be, you know, better at creating new mighty Qendra, especially in response to cold and response to cold exposure, a probably imagine you're familiar with like women off. Yeah. I just had him on the show a couple of weeks ago. Yeah. Awesome. I was that interview. Who's awesome, man? He's a really cool too. Yeah. I'd love to win. Yeah. I'd love to know what his people juicy when a variant is because people would. Yeah. So so people with this with one variant responded, really well, the cold and they're a bowl to churn on they're able to turn their medical. Andrea and produce more heat produced more mitochondria. And then people on the other side of things don't respond, very well at all. And so there's the people that like never really adapt to the cold. There's there's people that are kind of in the middle kind of in the middle. I have the the hetero variant, meaning I have one Leo of one and one of the other, and I do okay with that. My wife has really good good gene for that one. And I've been doing cold exposure like for two years, and she just started about two months ago, and she can stay in longer than I can't now..

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"mighty qendra" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"mighty qendra" Discussed on KTOK

"Is an I pointed it this way before it is off by many degrees. So this is interesting that direct north is now over. Toward the west little more. When I move it to the west. North is not it's anyway. So my compass is off tonight. And I'm I'm I'm just Christopher knows my guest. So what do you make of that people are saying that they're I phone compasses are now off I just pointed mind direct north, and it's not pointing north it's off. And I don't know why. Well, I think we've all been talking in recent years about. Gerstle magnetic reversal on the planet. And you know, this sort of thing happens by frequently on on the sun, we go to water polo than eight poles along the Equatorial plane and the sun, and then the flips it doesn't seem to have a catastrophic effect on the sun. I don't know if it's going to have a college catastrophic affect on earth. But I do suspect they'll be increased weather anomaly, sue the process anytime this current flip like this. It very well could be an indication that there some manipulation or some other forces acting upon that. So I don't I don't think it's unusual. That is currently I think I've been sort of expecting it for some time. Now just didn't know when it would start to occur with the variances might be to a degree that we would understand it. Well, it just seems to me that you know, when we're looking at all the events that have led up to this from the coronal hole. Goal which created the coronal mass ejection, and then we hear of the magnetic field. Something happened with magnetic field creating all of this pressure. Perturbations you're talking about then we have Sam saying, well, this isn't an accident because there have been some experiments going on with harp and smack and hammer saying that, you know, they're pushing out scaler waves of over fifty gigawatts. And when we're looking at a discharge electrical potential and how it's directed. You're creating a pathway for that actress traveled through plasma and it's being channeled. And so they can create lightning. They can create storms that can steer storms. They can disperse ionospheric electrical charges into the atmosphere. And they have all these phased array systems that are doing this. And what would be the purpose of this is this are we in the middle of a weather war Christopher I think that attempting to control electro-magnetic spectrum of the planet. Mankind throughout our history has tried to Volve, and and controlling our environment for better or worse. But in any case since advent of a letter occurrence, we've been doing a tremendous job, leaps and bounds ahead of of the past thousands of years of human evolution and doing just that in the ultimate goal is to control our planet, and then the only mechanism by which we can control our planet's electromagnetic spectrum is control our son. So through that process. I think we're going to evolve into a new understanding the potential mankind to affect his environment. I just think it's interesting. You gave the tesla comment where tesla would say we would harness the power of the sun. We would harness the the particles of the sun and use them for all sorts of purposes to weaponize them. Maybe we I mean, look, we weaponized atoms. Why when we weaponized son particles? It just seems like it'd be a natural. And he talked about it would require all nations to participate in this. And what I see is the placement of these ionosphere, caters and other facilities that do in fact accomplish just that. So when we talk about China or Russia or other countries participating or attacking us. It's it's a it's a global event. It's all nations coming together under one umbrella to achieve the evolution of man. Whether you know for better or worse, in fact, what I can see the effects of electro-magnetic radiation on the human mighty Qendra. I think it's for worse. So are you saying that the cancers, of course are? Affecting the mitochondria we're seeing cell division because electro-magnetic dispersal and exposure absolutely of process electric polarization of the cell membrane. And thereby the monarch condo membrane causes mutations in that DNA. So when we start to increase, the power density, and rather the frequency oscillation of that monarch contra membrane, which occurs at around one hundred Hertz, then we can affect through near degeneration the hills of all humanity. This is like the plot to the movie annihilation. But of course, they they blame the electromagnetic generating in the cell division and mass cancers to an extraterrestrial event that it happened created something called the shimmer which is an electromagnetic field that looked like a bubble. And anyone that went in would have mental problems. They would commit suicide or they were just disappear. And it's it's amazing. It was it was almost like I remember the VanDerveer book saying that the whole plot of the film or the whole. Plot of the book was what.

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"mighty qendra" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"mighty qendra" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"I pointed it this way before it is off by many degrees. So this is interesting that direct north is now over. Toward the west a little more. And when I moved to the west. North is not it's anyway. So my compass is off tonight. And I'm I'm I'm Christopher knows my guest tonight. So what do you make of that people are saying that they're I phone compasses are now off I just pointed mind direct north, and it's not pointing north it's off. And I don't know why. Well, I think we've all been talking in recent years about. Ursel magnetic reversal on the planet, and you know, this sort of thing happens by frequently on. On the and we go to water polls than eight poles along the Equatorial plane of the sun. And then the flips it doesn't seem to have a catastrophic effect on the sun. I don't know if it's going to have a catastrophic effect on earth. But I do suspect they'll be increased weather nominally, sue the process anytime this currents flip like this. It very well could be an indication that there some manipulation or some other forces acting upon that. So I don't I don't think it's unusual that is occurring. I think I've been sort of expecting it for some time. Now just didn't know when it would start to occur with the variances might be to a degree that we would understand it. Well, it just seems to me that you know, when we're looking at all the events that have led up to this from the coronal hole, which created the CNN may coronal mass ejection, and then we hear of the magnetic field something having with magnetic field. Creating all of this pressure. Bache perturbations you're talking about then we have Sam saying, well, this isn't an accident because there have been some experiments going on with Harpen smack and hammer saying that they're pushing out scaler waves of over fifty gigawatts. And when we're looking at a discharge spherical electrical potential and how it's directed. You're creating a pathway for that actress city travel through plasma and it's being channeled. And so they can create lightning. They could greet storms that can steer storms. They can disperse ionospheric electrical charges into the atmosphere. And they have all these phased rate systems that are doing this. And what would be the purpose of this is this are we in the middle of a weather war. Christopher. I think that attempting to control electro-magnetic spectrum of the planet. Mankind throughout our history has tried to all of and and controlling our environment for better or worse. But in any case since advent of a lexical occurrence, we've been doing a tremendous job, leaps and bounds ahead of of the past thousands of years of human evolution and doing just that in the ultimate goal is to control our planet. And then. The only mechanism by which we can control our planet's electromagnetic spectrum is control our son. So you know through that process. I think we're going to evolve into a new understanding of the potential mankind to affect his environment. I just think it's interesting you gave the tesla comment. We're Tessa would say we would harness the power of the sun. We would harness the the particles of the sun and use them for all sorts of purposes to weaponize them. Maybe maybe I mean, look, we weaponized atoms. Why when we weaponized son particles? It just seems like it'd be a natural. He talked about it would require all nations to participate in this. And what I see is the placement of these ionosphere, Keita's and other facilities that do in fact accomplish just that. So when we talk about China or Russia or other countries participating or attacking us. It's it's a it's a global event. It's all nations coming together under one umbrella too. Steve the evolution of man. Whether you know for better or worse, in fact of what I can see the effects electro-magnetic radiation on the human mighty Qendra. I think it's for worse. So are you saying that the cancers, of course, are are affecting the might Andrea? We're seeing cell division because magnetic this mersal exposure absolutely of process electric polarization of the cell membrane. And thereby the monarch Conroe membrane causes mutations in that DNA. So when we start to increase, the power density, and rather the frequency oscillation of that monarch contra membrane, which occurs at around one hundred Hertz, then we can affect through near degeneration the hills about humanity. This is like the plot to the movie annihilation. But of course, they they blame the electromagnetic generating in the cell division and mass cancers to an extraterrestrial event that. Did happen. They created something called the shimmer which is an electro magnetic field that looked like a bubble. And anyone that in would have mental problems. They would commit suicide or they would just disappear. And it's it's amazing. It was it was almost like I don't remember the VanDerveer books saying that the whole plot of the film or the whole plot.

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"mighty qendra" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"mighty qendra" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Weird now. Okay. I just got. Got some phone calls from people are saying their iphones. Their compass is not working. Okay. So I went, and I pointed my compass I have my Cup on my phone pointed direct north eighties off. I mean direct north is an I pointed it this way before it is off by many degrees. So this is interesting that direct north is now over toward the west a little more. And when I move it to the west. North is not it's anyway. So my compass is off tonight. And I'm I'm I'm just Christopher knows my guest tonight. So what do you make of that people are saying that they're I phone compasses are now off I just pointed my direct north in. It's not pointing direct north it's off. And I don't know why. Well, I think we've all been talking in recent years about. Gerstle magnetic reversal on the planet. And you know, this sort of thing happens by frequently on on the sun, we go to polls than eight poles along the Equatorial plane, and the flips it doesn't seem to have a catastrophic effect on the sun. I don't know if it's going to have a catastrophic effect on earth. But I do suspect they'll be increased weather anomaly, sue the process anytime this current flip like this. It very well could be an indication that there's some manipulation or some other forces acting upon that. So I don't I don't think it's unusual that is occurring. I think I've been sort of expecting it for some time. Now just didn't know when it would start to occur with the variances might be to a degree that we would understand it. Well, it just seems to me that you know, when we're looking at all the events that have led up to this from the coronal hole. Goal which created the krono math objection and then we hear of the magnetic field. Something happened with magnetic field creating all of this pressure. Perturbations you're talking about then we have Sam saying, well, this isn't an accident because there have been some experiments going on with and smack and hammer saying that they're pushing out scaler waves of over fifty gigawatts. And when we're looking to discharge electrical potential and how it's directed. You're creating a pathway for that actress travel through plasma and it's being channeled. And so they can create lightning. They can create storms that can steer storms. They can disperse ionospheric electrical charges into the atmosphere. And they have all these phased array systems that are doing this. And what would be the purpose of this is this are we in the middle of a weather war Christopher I think that attempting to control electro-magnetic spectrum of the planet. Mankind throughout our history has tried to evolve and and controlling our environment for better or worse. But in any case since advent of a lexical occurrence, we've been doing a tremendous job, leaps and bounds ahead of the past thousands of years of human evolution and doing just that in the ultimate goal is to control our planet, and then going mechanism by which we can control our planet's electromagnetic spectrum is control our son. So you know through that process. I think we're going to evolve into a new understanding of the potential mankind to affect his environment. I just think it's interesting. You gave the tesla comment. We're tesla would say we would harness the power of the sun. We would harness the the particles of the sun and use them for all sorts of purposes to weaponize them. Maybe maybe I mean, look, we weaponized atoms. Why when we weaponized son particles? It just seems like it'd be a natural. He talked about it would require all nations to participate in this. And what I see is the placement of these honesty accusers and other facilities that do in fact accomplish just that. So when we talk about China or Russia other countries participating or attacking us. It's it's a it's a global event. It's all nations coming together under one umbrella to achieve the evolution of man. Whether you know for better or worse, in fact, what I can see the effects of electro-magnetic radiation on the human mighty Qendra. I think it's or worse. So are you saying that the cancers, of course are? Affecting the mitochondria we're seeing cell division because electromagnetic dispersal and exposure absolutely of the process of liquor portion of the cell membrane. And thereby the modern condo membrane causes me -tations in that DNA. So when we start to increase, the power density, and rather the frequency oscillation of that monarch Andrew membrane, which occurs at around one hundred Hertz, then we can affect through degeneration the health of all humanity. This is like the plot to the movie annihilation. But of course, they they blame the electromagnetic generating in the cell division and mass cancers to an extraterrestrial event that it did happen. It created something called the shimmer which is an electromagnetic field that looked like a bubble. And anyone that went in would have mental problems. They would commit suicide or they were just disappear. And it's it's amazing. It was it was almost like I remember the band of your book saying the whole plot of.

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"mighty qendra" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"mighty qendra" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Voice recognition that is just in who's a design and engineering focus guy, you can talk about how you actually make these lights work. And the other voice you're gonna hear soon is Scott first question for you guys is I'm going to go back in time. There was this crazy guy who had a broken brain, and he started Yahoo group that's now been disbanded for more than a decade. And he said, hey, I read this one study. They're only couple studies about specific wavelength light in LED's that could make specific wavelengths had just come on the market said. So I bought this thing and I call it together and I shined it for two minutes day down the middle of my brain, and it grew my brain back and he sold about one hundred and fifty. These devices. I still have one in. Closet. And for years it was my most precious thing because I would use this for two minutes on my forehead in the back of my head. And I think in my brain would turn on a new way and it was a infrared light, which is really fascinating. What do you think was going on with shining bright? Infrared light very similar to the that you're using the Juve on my brain really close for two minutes at a time that that's a great question. And it's one that we've actually discussed with Dr Michael Hamlin of use of Harvard University. In fact, that's his favorite thing to do with by modulation or light therapy is actually treat his brain. And in the theory, there is because of these specific wavelengths of light are able to help restore healthy cellular function. In more importantly, near infrared is capable of penetrating through muscle and even bone tissue to reach the brain. And so it's actually quite effective for number of brain function. Benefits. All right. So the doctor researcher says, it definitely works. He likes us about what's going on biologically with infrared light on my brain out Scott. This one, I don't think this in for those listening at this is Scott, Dave, David, nice intro, but this all this all kind of goes goes, goes back to the core. Fundamental fundamental mechanism of action around therapy is is at a cellular level, more specifically at a at a mighty Qendra level. Dave, you've done if you've produced a fair amount of continent, spoke a lot about the importance of mighty Conroe function, but you know. At a high level, specific.

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"mighty qendra" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"mighty qendra" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"For example, when when when I should give a talk in front of the whole end, grew five thousand people said, oh, she was nervous. Fifteen years ago and said, okay, here's a beta blocker to slow heart viewers. Worst decision ever interesting because people have I I have haven't excited, sewer and every once in a while I'll have panic when I'm doing something in front of people. And somebody suggested beta blocker and I thought I got to be fully. They're worried I could affect how, yes, connect or disconnect from your body. And I walked up the stairs and twisted my foot gracefully held onto the furniture, not to fall. I gave my speech in front of five thousand people like. Applause and walk downstairs, and I look at my foot. It's a side of watermelon actually had a an aversion fracture. Felt I didn't feel the pain for hours. Absolutely. So that reverted that was my fault that I take that. Pay penance for quite some time. I guess I get it, but the relationship between the gut and that entire nervous system which is bigger than our emotions definitely there. Again, we say that to the best of our knowledge people overstayed things that microbiome we went to doctor. The first thing is micro micro. All people were talking all kinds of stuff, and we don't know. And I just said, I'm sorry, we can't give you. But, but it's definitely ause will come with you as a scientist. If you just gets over through about you. Gotta go, dude. We just don't have the debt. And I'm sure that I like I sure bulk probably helps them the bulk Silio husks that probably helps the microbiome, I'm sure prebiotics, whatever, and bent post by what are they probiotics all helpful. But what and how much and how win we have no idea. Yeah, for everyone's gotta so different. Exactly. So I, I've known the bulk has helped me. I noticed that somebody a no brainer now. Yeah, exactly. Well, when we were in mind, body, green and one we were sitting on the table and somebody said where ninety nine percent bacteria trying to learn how to be human. We are ninety nine cent bacteria. And you know that has a part in this. We just haven't figured out how. Well, I think pro carry-on excels are have a bacteria and the the mighty Qendra weird symbiotic something that happened from something something. It's too too much to be believed and it's just the most extraordinary biological history and we hit. It's funny that we only started thinking of it that way. Maybe twenty years ago I was studying my Qendra Macondo energy production membrane and functions when I was in college. No one ever. People always go just like any coli, but it's there might Akande. It's like, wait a minute. It is. Gene. Exactly. Like. So weird. So the tem, where should we go from here as a lot of stuff we're covering here covering very quickly. It's complicated material. People get team shares. I s h yards e. dot com..

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"mighty qendra" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"mighty qendra" Discussed on WDRC

"It's known they say that four cups are more of copy lowers i repeat lowers the risk for heart attacks stroke and diabetes and they've uncovered a reason why it's not enough for scientists to discover that something works they have to find out a biologically plausible mechanism for why it works otherwise it doesn't make sense as well you know gargling with apple cider vinegar whatever you know makes you have less dandruff will you okay maybe that's something that can be demonstrated anecdotally but it's gotta make sense in terms of how it works and they've discovered the reason why caffeine helps to protect the heart caffeine can push a protein called p twentyseven into the mighty qendra which are the energy power houses of heart cells and this can help those heart cells function more efficiently and what they discovered these research university of dusseldorf is that the mighty condron caffeinated old rats some of you out there with his old rats well some human stew exhibit rodent like behavior mike andrian caffeinated old rats performed as officially as mighty country in the healthy younger rats what was the sweet spot in terms of caffeine will they gave the animals a dose of caffeine equivalent to four cups of coffee for rats smaller dose obviously then in people and then look to their heart health in aged rats that received that does the medicare andrea appear to be revamped and then when those rats were given experimental heart attacks which destroy heart cells with apologies to you lovers out there you know her against animal cruelty and experiments the caffeinated mice showed greater movement of the endothelial cells which can help rebuild blood vessels like arteries and protect against further sell doubt so prevention of heart attacks survival after heart attacks enhanced so you know the research is growing about the health benefits of copy and it's not just about the caffeine it's also about the beneficial polyphenol compounds and things like chloraseptic acid which may help with weight loss insulin resistance there many many benefits chemicals that can be found in coffee and this should exonerate copy as an unhealthy drink and ultimately encourage more people to take advantage of this guide give a natural functional foods our number eight seven seven seven two six eight to five five let's talk now to.

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"mighty qendra" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"mighty qendra" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"To the right prefrontal cortex that's good because it's the area of the brain devoted to higher cognitive functions so good stuff p q q reverses cell damage it reduces the presence of chemical stressors in the brain and can i think really form an important part of a regimen designed to slow the progression of neuro degenerative diseases like alzheimer's and parkinson's and so here's really what i'm very excited about talking to you about nicotinamide arrive aside for a long time as a sort of companion nutrient to coenzyme q ten for mighty conrail support of course we talk about the n t factor reminded conrail support that's important too but really scientifically valid way of supporting mighty qendra function particularly the brain is through use of nicotinamide rival side and here's the news study hope for parkinson's patients aside is discovered taking vitamin b three that's the regular vitamin b three there would be nicotinamide or nice or sin we don't want to do that you'll just get flushing but nicotinamide riva's side is a special form of vitamin b three that can stop nerve cells from dying off in what could be a starting point for treatment they say that nicotinamide ride a could also help store function and nerve cells with parkinson's this was done in a in a fruit fly model of parkinson's.

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"mighty qendra" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"mighty qendra" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"That's sort of where the brain is right the brain is not just a collection of cells collection of cells which then form themselves into networks which those networks then interact to produce behavior and thought and so this is the challenge i think in and makes it harder i think to develop these things because we're working at multiple layers of complexity in my research into might oh kondracke jesters might o'connell network underneath that where there's corum sensing the metal conrad talk to each other both inside his cell and between different neurons so there's a communication network happening there and they communicate with other systems in the body so like there's multiple layers of networks that run throughout the system exactly and that that's correct so there are sub cellular networks right at the level of mighty qendra there are very intense relationships within cells and that's of course the focus of a huge amount of medical research is understand molecular and cellular mechanisms and then there are sort of small system so i have a colleague who has developed a very clever sent a set of electrical and chemical sensors to actually record from very small circuits within let's say the primary visual cortex in the brain of a monkey and she can record from them and.

"mighty qendra" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"mighty qendra" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"They're also for moms just anyone listening is you can do a special kind of swab or you actually culture your own bacteria from your body before you have a section and then wipe the baby's mouth and eyes and skin with that you're at a culture so there's a whole process for that i've written about it but i just like always like to give hope to moms because i know that can seem like a a tough thing but take us through some more of the benefits so like when you start really researching algae and especially for your sister what were some of the things you found well the reason why i did this my sister's on colleges told her she should change your diet to a plant based diet because it would help her heal and they didn't tell her what it was or why would help that so that was a really good researcher so i said don't worry sis all digging for you and so some of the things i found were that as i mentioned the algae has the highest countries chlorophyll chlorophyll cleansing and this is why they want you to take it when your your health is compromised or to prevent any kind of health compromise ation everything about your health start and ends with your cells and the key is number one getting your cells so walls healthy and you do that with by the essential fatty acids like a mega three good chlorophyll and then inside the cell is something called the might oh qendra and this is where the this this generates the energy for your body and also allows yourselves to communicate with one another and on a lot of the illnesses that we're seeing is because the cell walls and the mitochondria aren't getting the nutrients that they need and what happens is whether it's sugar or processed foods that basically shuts down and damages the sales of the can't talk to one another in so algae because it has all these nutrients including the chlorophyll it helps bring the mighty qendra cell walls back to health but i also found that sperling in particular has a very high concentration of mega three and others central fatty acids we'll talk about briefly but everybody in the last ten years have been hearing but the importance of mega.

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"mighty qendra" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"mighty qendra" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

"They put that into the donor all right so there you go now they've got this cloned embryo that's what they call it all right they take the dna all these cells from goofy the dog you wanna keep and put it into an unfertilised egg and they take that nucleus out of that one so there you go but then they had to put to a surrogate dog all right so the air the egg grows and divides just like an egg has been fertilized by a sperm and it produces a baby animal it has the exact same dna as goofy the adult dog accept that the hair can be different hair color the ice color being there are things that that can be different about that because they get this other dna them mcconnell dna from the mother all right so you're creating this other embryo not in not a grownup dog and it's it's almost the same very close to the same in k this look at it this way the the minded kanjere there in in the uh in the female and that's that's which used to burn fuel you know them to make energy they have their own chromosome made of dna as divided into jeans and they divide as ourselves divide us the money connery okay so we get that from mom an egg cells are packed with this mighty qendra and and then are copied and distributed who knew cells as they form bottom line is you're not get a get like the identical twin near you realize it's going to be different and i i reading his people don't really recognize the fact that it's not going to be identical oh yeah there's a guy liu hawthorn um out in uh in the bay area right and the he was actually doing this kind of thing they had a company in it when it went under it's a company of south korea's doing all the stuff about so anyway even with that in mind the.

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