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"myelin sheath" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

08:57 min | 10 months ago

"myelin sheath" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Today's episode is going to be a lot of fun because Dr Jones. Brighton is coming back on the show. She was on in two thousand nineteen and she's a prominent leader in women's medicine in the emerging science of Post Birth Control Syndrome so functional naturopathic medical doctor. Nutritional biochemist and. She's really looked deeply at what hormonal birth control does to women. And she's working on uncovering the root causes hormonal imbalances. And when she came on the last time we talked about her new book beyond the Pill and how to have well better sex without the pill and the before that we looked at how women's hormones affect your bodies and brains at different stages in life and this time I wanted to go deep with her on hormonal superpowers basically. What are the things that hormones can do for women specifically that give them more abilities more capabilities than they would normally have Dr Joanne? Welcome back on the show hater. Thanks so much for having me today. I'm excited for this conversation. Now you just launched The paperback version congrats by the way of beyond the pill. Your book with a plan to get off the pill and figure out how to deal with the hormonal backlash. That can come from that. But I WANNA know you've already done that work for yourself. What hormones are you on right now? Well right. Now I'm in my FA- liquor phase moving into ovulation so I'm actually on estrogen and testosterone predominantly but in terms of executive hormones. The only one that I take currently will leverage is Melatonin on In the past I have used. Dhea as well which is an adrenal hormone and a precursor to testosterone and estrogen. Everybody listening that was after lab testing. And it's showing that I did in fact need this but outside of that not on any other hormones at this time in my life you know what I just realized. That's totally I. I take siren hormone every morning. This is what happens when you're hypothyroid and you've been doing it for seven years and you're like yeah no. I'm not on anything. Oh wait no am on nature throat. Wow that was an epic fail you guys? I'M ON NATURE. Thread to my thyroid was almost nonexistent. When I was twenty six and thyroid Support is a very powerful thing and I I was attempting to hormone shame. You for not taking hormones and you totally didn't go for it. I was like darn it gives named either way And women's medicine people are like you're not on hormones. What's wrong with you where you are on hormones with? Raheel totally right yeah. It's it's so bizarre because I mean especially with like birth control if you're in your reproductive years like you go to your gynecologist and they're like you're not you're not taking hormone birth control lake. Your this is dangerous. Like what are you doing? And then you know on the flip side women can be in postmenopausal and they go to the doctor and they're using hormone replacement therapy and their doctors like. What are you doing that so dangerous? That it's like okay. Listen we can acknowledge that all medical interventions have risks and that all forms of hormones. That you're you're on internally making and also executives also have side effects. They can be out of balance. It can be used in the wrong way. Your genetics can come into play with all of this but I think so often. We tend Bizarre to me how in medicine they will vilify by Daniel Hormones but then praise and dismissed any side effects associated with synthetic birth control hormones. And unlike you know we really have to be going through risk benefit evaluation on the individual level for each woman in superhuman. My most recent anti-aging book I go into this in detail for testosterone for men and for women looking at baiocco identical so the stuff that you lecture about the American Academy of Medicine Look. Let's let's look at some studies here in all of the garbage. That people here. Oh if I replaced my estrogen I make cancer. It's just not even based on on stuff that's real. That is more search where they took the urine of a horse and gave it to women unchallenged by progesterone and then wonder why it is that like You would even take that now. It's like we're not using the same thing. Where the dose? I think the other thing people need to understand is that when it comes to mow birth control the dose of hormones. You need to stop your brain from talking to your ovaries is a higher dose than what you would need topically just to get some symptom relief postmenopausal or even in the premenopausal years and so. I think a lot of those. Those claims tending based on a research. Also Misunderstanding Progestin. Synthetic progesterone is not the same as violate progesterone. Doesn't have the same benefits and when you get into the brain research so I will say this twenty something year old me was like why would I ever use those hormones? I'M GONNA be natural thirty something year. Old Knee after working with women for over a decade is like sign me up for that when it's my time because they've seen the tremendous benefits outcomes from that. Now it's not right for everyone but if you look at just brain health alone. Women are disproportionately affected by Alzheimer's disease. So right now. The estimates is sixty. Six percent of the population with Alzheimer's is women and our hormones place a key role in brain health so they're involved estrogen progesterone specifically involved in neural plasticity our ability to learn new things they also help us produce the Myelin Sheath for people who don't know what that is. Think about a plug you plug into the wall that little plastic wrap surrounded. That's like the myelin sheath it helps with proper nerve conduction. So is my ability to speak. Move my body right now and so these national hormones Dave a lot of benefits in the body and yet they kind of get vilified. It's it's almost as throwback to better living through chemistry right where it was only butter margarine like everything that nature has done. We can do better than you fast. Forward several generations. And we're like maybe not. Maybe we got that wrong just blows me away. You're saying Oh yeah so. There was a study on hoarser which isn't the same as the stuff. That's bioidentical Whoa okay. If we did a study on here's the effect of liquid diet saying well liquidates are really bad for you like the liquid liquid margarine. That might be different than you know. Tomato juice so the idea that any even halfway thinking scientists would look at the horse urine. Study and say this has any bearing on the others have doesn't make sense biochemical. It doesn't make sense at all and you see the same thing. There is a company in the nineteen fifties or sixties. They just said one day. You know what we have a white lab coat here. And he says that coffee stunts children's growth and of course he was pay by company selling burned grain beverage. That's a competitor coffee and they're just trying to get parents. Kids drink their stuff and to this day. Were what seventy years after this happened? People still say coffees is growth. No science no Evans. No nothing yeah well and you know some of these studies to buy way down ecoles or just looking at hormone replacement therapy were done on nurses and these nurses are night shift workers and what they found that they did get okay so these women are getting cancer at a higher risk but we also know that night shift workers get cancer at a higher risk. This is why you in Iraq are are blue light blocking glasses because Melatonin. Melatonin is not just about getting good sleep. It's also really potent antioxidants protecting our brain but it's also specifically protecting our ovaries as well as women and that's one reason why researchers believe that light can be so disruptive to the Menstrual Cycle. It certainly can and I mean we all know If you've read any of these things and usually done the research That if If women are left without a lot of exterior lighting over time magically your cycles sync with the full moon and so wars light effects our biology and our hormones. It always has and it's it's it's just bear but we'd like to think we're somehow above mother nature and your work really points out. Sorry guys you can hack your hormones. In fact you know not dealing with the symptoms of paramedics PAS or menopause by consciously manipulate your hormones you might choose to do that and that is directly hacking.

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"myelin sheath" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

07:13 min | 11 months ago

"myelin sheath" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Always a pleasure. How are you doing today Dr Brighton? I am fantastic. How about yourself? I'm great I'm really doing great. I I have to say I feel awesome. When you go through your little ebbs and flows you know we all do is just part of life? But I'm feeling very good and thank you for it. I'm thankful for my health but I love having you on the show. I do because so many women are walking around blindly when it comes to understanding their bodies the effects acts of birth control. And all these things and how diet can change absolutely change all of it. But so why some women report increasing Or new you for teague or brain fog. They've used hormonal hormonal. Birth Control. Well you know there can be a lot of factors involved when it comes to fatigue eighteen and break them so all those should definitely be explored and we should never hang our hat on and well. It's just birth control because something else could be going on but one way that birth control can be connected with increased fatigue and bring Saab. Is that while. You're on hormonal. Birth control it increases binding proteins that grab onto your thyroid hormones and your cortisol and these are two things that these two hormones we need for our brain to function optimally and for us to have ample energy in addition Who Mona Birth control can also lead to nutrient deficiencies in some women? So if it's depleting your B. Vitamins for example We need those to create energy and I'm to create neurotransmitters so for some women we will see these side effects. Will you know I have to say I think when I first got on birth control in my early twenties I that's at the same time I started having anxiety. You know and panic attacks and I always felt like there was some sort of connection between the two. Do you believe that there is. Oh yes so. We've had actually studied coming out showing us. There is a connection between hormonal birth control and onset of mood symptoms at this point we can't say causations they're only correlated. Study is right but we also have to recognize that you know up until twenty sixteen we never had a very good study done to say definitively one way or another in what is versus wall in our mood symptoms however generations Shinzo women have been using birth control and complaining of the exact same symptoms that you're describing was tells us there is something going on there even if the research hasn't hasn't been done to demonstrate that yes in Fonts birth control is leaving anxiety and women but we see anxiety depression and even increase in suicide side risk for certain population when they begin hormonal birth control. Well and you gain weight too. I mean I I any time I ever got off the pill I always gained like ten into fifteen pounds typically ten pounds ten to twelve pounds. And that's very common to isn't it. Well the interesting thing. Is that when you look at the research. You don't see a correlation between Hormonal Birth Control and weight gain however there are always out liars and the research so we'll the research says on average women are not gaining weight because the birth control troll. When you get into the studies you can see that there were participants who had significant weight game? So this is where we stand back when we recognize that that research cannot tell us everything about everyone it can tell us you know averages about the population but if you start birth control you say the I eighteen pounds I get off I lose ten pounds. I gained ten pounds of get back on. Well that's that's true for you and we need to investigate. What is going on this? We'll maybe it could could be a pill. Made me depressed eight more. Give me something great. You know it was shot in particular that one we do who understand is associated with weight gain. And it's in part because it increases your appetite so it's not just that like oh you're on these hormones and gain weight. It's well how it affects your behavior but we have two possible the Progestin we don't have progesterone in concept is it's all projects in Nashville progesterone gesture rooms that you make after ovulation diuretic it helps us water retention. Really Justin doesn't do that. Which is why the research says if you gain wait on? Birth control is likely waterway. Well that's because Progestin. Is it helping you remove the water in the same way and certain women are impacted by that more. Well well you know today. Hey we're talking about your book beyond the Pill and we're focusing on brain fog fatigue and mood so let's move over to that. So what are the. What is the connection? with You know being beyond the pills being on the pill and causing fatigue or brain fog. Yeah well as I was talking before you being mums warm. All No birth control can change your nutrients fattest it can change how you're utilizing your worried and cortisol and then not to mention you are on on synthetic hormones so when it comes to the brain the brain is rich in receptors for estrogen progesterone anthem sauce. So all your sex hormones uh-huh and when you're on hormonal birth control although doctors will sometimes say oh it's the exact same stuff you make. It's not progestin. Debate in the lab by chemist suggest Roan is made in your body and so with that in mind in look on the research we understand for how does estrogen and progesterone interact with the brain. Well they it helps neuro plasticity your ability to learn new things. There's also involved in creating the Myelin Sheath which is what protects your nurse nerve and helps you have good nerve conduction so just you know that's all going on right now even as you're listening to me you processing things in your nervous system and so so what we don't understand is one of the long term effects of Mona Birth Control on the female brain is actually never had that done and we haven't answered that question MHM often here Doctors and other experts say well. There's never been a study to show. There's a problem so there's not a problem. No that's really not how that works sit. There's never been a study. The answer is we just don't know yeah. Well there's so much to consider here and women their their hormones are just so complex they really are And you know now that you've got women that like go for testosterone therapy or bio identical Hormones or hormone replacement therapy all of them. So what can they can. They call some of the same mm-hmm issues and do you. What do you think about bio identical hormones in particular violated? Uncle hormones are different than the hormones in the contraceptives that we're talking about and by hormones are made to support your body needs in protecting your brain your phones and of course alleviating since sounds like nobody wants to have hot flashes. Night sweats vaginal dryness. Oh those kinds of things but the US inviolate dental hormones to get symptom relief into into how protection is not very high. We're not talking about using hormone so many has shut down brain ovarian communications. We have to understand that difference. Birds contraceptives are made to shut down your reproductive system by flooding them with hormones whereas Vialli.

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"myelin sheath" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"myelin sheath" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"This is so important want to help break down those pathways in the brain that are toxic thoughts so those are certainly very important and will help support sort of the the got the immune system and the brain as well additionally is building up all of those systems with healthy nutrition so we look at the typical american diet i'll use in his as an example here rate is processed foods and fried foods and it's not healthy nutrition so hello americans in particular are lacking in a lot of b. Vitamins divide emmens and omega threes which are critical to not only brain health but also to gut health and immune system health so adding those into your diet and i wanna make a note about b-vitamins in particular because because there's about a third of people that cannot process b vitamins as the rest of the world does and they're missing an enzyme that helps to perform from a function called methylated so they actually have to get methylated forms of b. vitamins in order for them to be effective and i think this is one of the reasons why we see a lot of these diseases with depression and chronic fatigue syndrome because individuals are lacking in these vitamins in particular con agree with you. Doubting everything you said is so vitally important gordon and i'm so glad you've glad you've emphasize this because i've done so many podcasts dealing with each constitute board up in separate in separate part costs and of books about the some show you see my nobody can eat yourself smart and i know you've books and i'm so pleased that they hearing this from you as well because you've seen this with your patients you seeing this out. The the people people that you're working with it this modern american dot med dot it's just raking raking body and that beaver dam and i want to just jump in what you said about the b. vitamins and mesa nation. That's it'd be if we take that a little bit through the back to the mind the impact of misinformation on basically the genetic switching and on an off the epa genetic factor in how are sinking being in a in a thinking also influences the b. vitamins and infamous genetic switches kit. Can you took or you. Can you talk a little bit to that side of vitamins and not just going to make your brain healthy but the link back to the demands and the brain and the mind yes so. I'm so glad you ask that question because here's the thing as these these vitamins women's an omega so the omegas helped to build the myelin sheath that i was mentioning to you that speeds up the brain processing these vitamins actually really affect the amount and processing of the brain chemicals that i was talking to you about dopamine and serotonin right so the important thing here her is your your level of depression or anxiety can be increased significantly if you do not have these vitamins in the right amount so k. additionally as we are the way the the way the mind works is the brain will form connections right at forums neural. Oh pathways and this is done by repeating activities over and over again. It works much more efficiently when you you have supported it with the right brain chemicals so dot is why these vitamins are so critical to brain function as well as mind function okay. That's fantastic so it's a bit like if we don't look after a car. You can't expect to keep running if you don't have to computer if you don't look it's the same concept in bowl that every that we can't just feel about the endless amounts of bad food and not sleep and just think we can ignore the igniting zayed's and ignore the toxic sorts and just be exposed to chemicals and then just think oh. Why am i depressed. I think that's a big issue in today's age is darling. People are feeling anxious of feeding depressant immediately immediately want to get the diagnosis ticket the mental illness diagnosis and get the medication the quick fix instead of standing back and taking a complete last approach now. It's absolutely true and i love the analogy with the car that you brought up. If you don't put gas in your car it's not going to run. If you do not change your oil out regularly it is not going going to run very well and at some point your engine is going to shut down the brain and the mind work very similarly and along those lines you also brought up a computer analogy allergy which i love because there is something so common these days in people's life style and that is this concept of multitasking right now. The brain is not it designed for multitasking. It works highly efficiently when it is focused on a single task and i wanna compare to a computer right. If you have a hundred windows open on your computer. It's going to run slowly correct so in the same way. Your brain does not function as well if you are bouncing from one task to the nets. If however you focus on a single task it is very powerful. It actually recruits activity from all over your brain. We know this from emory. Special x ray studies of the brain that show us activity and it invokes your memory of something. Maybe you learned ten years ago when you're focusing on a task asked if you're able to really concentrate on that there was a study done out of new york university a few years ago on buddhist monks and they did m._r._i. Scans of their brain and they were able to see that as they were singularly focused because he's monks they spend hours hours daily focusing on single task ask mindfulness and meditation and they were able to see how efficiently their brains work. What's fascinating about this. Study too is they had no oh depression they had no anxiety they had no addictive behaviors and no pain so it this connection we are starting to see more and more research these days about the importance of our lifestyle and how it impacts our brain our overall health and i would say another tip that i would give everyone if you do not spend time meditating or mindfulness even for five ten minutes a day. Add that to your routine because it is incredibly helpful for your brain ladies. I need to.

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"myelin sheath" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

13:41 min | 1 year ago

"myelin sheath" Discussed on WTVN

"And welcome back. Paul is we go to calls. Tell me what was your favorite part of this recent book, primal mind, primal games. Well, I would say that the second book the last chapter was the thing that blew my mind and with the stuff that I kinda laid out for you in the last you know, in the last twenty minutes half an hour. That did that completely caught me by surprise. And it was a serendipitous discovery with the assistance of an electoral chemist friend of mine. And and and and it took me in directions, George that. I never never thought I would ever discover in my life, and and and and for me, it's suddenly allowed spirituality and science to meet on a common ground and believe me. I never thought that that would happen in my lifetime. And now, I think it's well within our reach. All right. Let's go to the phones. Now as promised Scott his truck driving in New Hampshire. By the time. We get to your scotch. You're probably in Connecticut. Yeah. Actually, it's New Hampshire. But. That's okay. Great. Thanks for having me on George, and I I like the research on the primal, brain mind. I have two part question. Right. My first question is, you know, animals and people definitely have a difference. What part of the brain would faith say you have a state in a creator which animals. I don't think proven don't have that in the past. And also my other question is with AI technology. I like your research where you say the body works in tandem almost where light or energy comes into the body. And then expelled out kind of like if you read in the bible, Jesus is the son and the sunlight that he admits his like that energy for us being created in the image of God that we absorbed the same energy and expel the same energy just on a. A mass scale because where Schulman, but I do Elon Musk stat that if we tap into this AI, we could be releasing a demon. And for a scientist guy just say that science. I'm sorry. It's fine. It just kind of amazing that he would bring spirituality in with science and technology. So what what's your thoughts on a I like we ever gonna reach where the body where? 'cause right now, I think a is a brain that separate from my body, which God's creation is almost almost perfect it where can Kim Manjoo placate that. And what's your thoughts on that? Okay. So you had a two part question. One was the first part was about the animals animals in God. Yeah. Animals in God. Well, I guess I don't I can't answer that question. If I could I would be. Nary an extraordinary being I can say that you certainly in Buddhism. They talk about the animal realm as being a lower round than the human realm. So there's a certain level of capacity of consciousness that probably belongs to the animal realm, and whether one can say that they have a concept of God is, you know, debatable point maybe an like if you own a dog in the dogs is a human being as close to a God. Is you probably can imagine. Okay. But to your second question about artificial intelligence and Elon Musk and so forth. Artificial intelligence is an interesting proposition. Because really what I think is it is a distillation of the action potential system that I was talking about earlier about neurons being at on off switch system. In fact, that's how our computers actually work on off switching with zeros and ones. So when it comes to the definition of intelligence again that becomes a problematic problem for me in terms of how we constructor conceive of the idea of intelligence, I don't think artificial intelligence at this point is actually intelligent. I think it's just a machine system when you look at television shows like Star Trek with the Star Trek the new generation with the Android named data. It's assumed in that program that data has a chief a certain level of self aware. Fairness. That day may be coming with the invention of quantum computing and here where I live in Vancouver just down the road in in a in the suburb. Just east of Vancouver is d wave and d wave is one of the leading quantum computing manufacturing companies in the world. And that raises a lot of interesting questions because that's a lot closer to the stuff that I was talking about with indeterminate wave states being information bearing and that they can achieve non ordinary connections with reality that introduces and very troublesome question because as in the movie, the Terminator where you had a I essentially take over the planet. We are looking at very much possible. The the birth of that Skynet like system it we're not there yet. But I think you know, give enough a couple of decades. It is very conceivable that we will have thinking machines that are capable not just of high-speed. Lead processing, but are capable of feats that we were talking about in terms of telepathy. And telekinesis now that sounds like really out of the box science fiction talk from a guy like me was a science writer, but I you know, stranger things have happened. And I I I think they're tapping into something that is is a real Pandora's box right now. So I'm I'm actually glad that that Elon Musk said what he did. Because I think those it's not just it's not just the science fiction movies. We should be referring to. But when you actually have a practicing scientist who's out there doing a lot of great things. And then he comes out and says, you know, we should be thinking about this. We know we're getting close to that possibility. Brenda's in Cleveland, Ohio. Hi, brenda. Go ahead. Hi, george. Thank you for having me saying I been listening for a couple of hours and spending running around. This calling about fifty what you had to say about Carl Sagan and the cosmic consciousness and genetic memory. That's an interesting question. Call can you react to that? Yeah. See I familiar with Carl Sagan's work. He he he wrote a book many years ago about the dragons of Eden, and the irony is that on the public stage. Carl Sagan was not one who waxed poetic when it came to spiritual matters. I don't know if he did if he had an a behind the scenes, alternate alternative ego. Where he actually professed, those spiritual ideas. But to my knowledge he was very circumspect around that and he tended to stick to his guns around his interpretation. So if you know something that I don't I'd be certainly interested in hearing random more about it because I'm not that familiar with that side of Carl Sagan, you know, he was responsible for the movie contact. He was and I think it was his wife if I'm not mistaken who co wrote the screenplay with him. And I think he died before hit came out. Yes. I'm pretty sure. He did. Yes. Yes. Yes. And now the movie when you think about it that movie had a lot of very interesting sci-fi propositions thrown into it as well. Did when you see the character traveling through the time tunnel just like it was in two thousand one space odyssey very similar concepts. So you kind of wonder where was that coming from because Karl didn't talk about stuff like that. You know, that was kind of way maybe he talked about stuff like that with his wife and with a close circle of friends, but I don't think in the public sphere. He was actually engaging in that kind of spec. No, he believed that there was extra terrestrial life. But he didn't believe it was going anyplace visiting us and things like that. Right. Let's go to Mark and Redding, California west of the Rockies. Hey, mark. Go ahead. Hi, George fascinating show tonight. I wanna tell story about a friend of mine recovered from paralysis after a stroke using a tens unit, but like can make a quick quick the sidestep off to a couple of points. I wanted to bring up with Paul he talked about the intelligence of cells existing on the on the surface of the cells. And I know that your guest John McAfee Georgia talked about Corum sensing cells conducted at Princeton University by Bonnie Basler, he has an excellent video on the Ted series that you can find. That's really explain it goes. But basically, there's a there's a base chemical that all cells use to communicate with more than other than the specification or the specific cell group, or the type of germ, whatever it happens to be has a Suffolk so little tag that goes on that that identify specifically the receptor site that it's going to connect with on the cell that is sending a message to and this is how viruses and Jerry. Know that there are enough members of their colony to attack the host and launch the disease. That's why when you get the virus and flu virus, it takes eleven days free to actually get sick because it's busy building up its population before it says, okay, we got enough guys to go. Let's fight you know, let's attack. But anyway, so if you take that idea the proposition for neural plasticity, the idea that the brain can rewire itself. This is what I was thinking when my friend actually, his his girlfriend who's a nurse told me that he'd had a stroke, and that he was paralyzed on the left side of his body about eighty percent of his body was paralyzed on his left side. And I had this theory connected to neuro plasticity that if you use a tens unit, which you mentioned earlier about transportation selector nerve stimulation, you use it to stimulate the muscles and the muscles in my theory, anyway, which send a signal back up to the brain saying, okay. I did what you asked me to I contracted now. What and sooner or later, the brain's going to say, what are you talking about? Where's the specis coming from? And it's going to try to reconnect to that muscle group. Well, it worked and within four months. This guy had regained. Eighty percent of all this motor control. Wow. On the left side of his body. Now, I don't know. I've never seen a study where anybody's tried to do this. But it actually worked, and I just couldn't believe it. But I've never seen anyone follow up on that. Yeah. Well, it's interesting. I know what you're Bonnie bashers work about Corum sensing, I'm I'm very familiar with that there, you could say that there are parallel processes in the biology of cells one of which is the key and lock system when talking about membranes where you have stuff come in. And go out the the key lock system is the standard model for explaining what goes on in cell, respiration, and and nutrient nutrient intake and and waste product output. However, there is another side to this, and that has to do with the vibrant, Tori, state of cells, and with my electoral chemist friend of mine we were talking about this at some length for over many months, and he came he said to me one day. I Paul I think that this whole key and lock system is only a partial explanation. I think it's all based on resonance and that resonates is basically a frequency proposition. That's propagated by. Electro magnetics and other possible sources of energy of photonics is part of it. I don't know. But when we come back to what you were talking about the rehabilitation of neurons in a stroke victim. And I know what you speak because my father had had a stroke, and he was paralyzed on one side. So rehabilitation I have a feeling when you get it when you dig into the science of neurons, you quickly realize like with MS research that one of the key factors in rehabilitation is the coating that goes around the myelin sheath it goes around neurons. Now, it's been discovered that the mile on myelin sheath is actually it's a form of Lille cell and that its intelligent, and it's the mile end that determines the firing rate of ignorant..

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"myelin sheath" Discussed on WBAI

WBAI

07:46 min | 2 years ago

"myelin sheath" Discussed on WBAI

"Medicine published over sixty six articles in the mainstream period journals neurology. Asked me said it's time that we actually did a clinical study to see how much improvement. We can have in people that have irreversible medical conditions. Meaning there's nothing in the medical literature that can show that these people have been reversed, but they'll still take your money if you'll pay it to them. Yeah. So we we announced it on WBAI. And the study was for sixteen months, and we met every two weeks, and I donate my time. The doctor donates his time he donated her time, and our guest speakers donated their time, we did all this to help people. Well, and some of these meetings lasted four hours, I never will forget the very first night when a woman came upstairs, and she was kind of distraught. And we haven't started yet. And I said what's wrong, and she said, well, my husband was so looking for this. But we can't do it. I gotta take him home. Oh, my said is he sick? No, I just can't get him up the steps I said, well, that's not a big deal. So I went downstairs, and we just helped him up. John Q got him. Once I got in the other and we kind of picked him up carrying him upstairs. He had end stage multiple sclerosis and his name was Kenny from New Jersey heck of a nice guy, by the way, and by chance hear about the study on WBAI. Do you know? Yes. Okay. So our audiences doing as well. And so there we are. And we have a woman we film everyone on the first night. We do what's called an entry where they give their name age. What condition they have? And then on the last night, we filmed it, again, we only film twice first and last night. So we want people to have a record so much as you. That's not possible. You can't do that. Well, it is possible because we did it. And here's the proof. We did it any case we had a woman who didn't know her own name. She had in stage. Alzheimer's, we had we had a young guy who had advanced autism. We had woman with advanced end stage. My to grab is we had a man a seventy year old engineer by trade African American male named Thomas with Parkinson's so bad that his voice was quivering. His hands were shaking like a leaf. He was lost his balance you had to be helped. And that there's just some of the cases that were there all told her I think are about twenty eight people anyhow. At the end of twenty at the end of sixteen months. I Kenny getting comes bounding up the steps on the last meeting. I know because I was coming right behind him. I just walked over to the ninety six street where we during the meeting. I just just got out of the car, and I was just coming up the steps they're keep bounding right up the steps, and he got it the top step eternity laughed about that. Gary, Kenny, I said that is terrific, buddy. And then I didn't know, but we found out he said I went to not one I went to tuna roll logistics have been saying me, and they could find no lesions they could find nothing wrong with my myelin sheath. He said all my functions are normal. They cannot classify me as having multiple sclerosis. And yet these same doctors were telling me that I had to work with an office person there who would explain had railings around my bedroom and railings from my bed, and how you know, how long it would take before I died, and what I would lose physically in with muscle use it cetera. And he said, and so I'm feeling great. The same. Tony volunteered to come down to the retreat that we had for b I am by the way. I would just want to mention I don't know if you're aware of it. But the retreat that we had recently in April was so successful for BI. We rule to pay for all the premiums of that. Except almost all of them. Hundreds and hundreds were paid for the station. Did not have to be burdened with paying those bills. We paid them and those premiums have all been shipped out and that I'm aware of. And and Kenny volunteered came down said he wanted to be there to motivate other people who were having a hard time in their journey of health and healing and their own life. And he stood out. An example. Hey, I been there. You know, I was working with toxic material. I was a welder a plumber. Now, I I'm I detox my whole life. And so not only did he get. Well, he sustained in improved. It one example, separate example. I wanted to show signs of the community. What was possible because you've got a lot of cynics. She got a lot of angry bitter people out there who say, well, I didn't invent it. It can't be done. Well, that's not true. So I was invited. After an article was published a mind on this study was invited to Washington DC to a large group of scientists. I'm guessing I don't know the exact amount I'm guessing meeting in the room there was anywhere between four to six thousand scientists from around the world, and I was supposed to give a twenty two minute presentation and on on the study. But instead I brought a woman out who gave her name. And was reading and why that was important was because this woman couldn't read anything I case that we're aware of reversing in stage, Alzheimer's, that's one then a young man came out. His name's Jonathan Ortega's mother and father were New York City for until they retired New York City police officers in the in Brooklyn and Bedford Stuyvesant and Jonathan went out and said my name is Jonathan Ortega. And what do you have in your hand? John's niece outstanding student of the week. And how many for ten months? Okay. I said what makes us unusual Jonathan well because I had full spectrum autism. I hadn't spoken in fourteen years, not I- grump, but I couldn't speak and then one day after my mom on your protocol. And I would go to the dorm bang on it, and and grunt and shit open the door. I went to the door and said. Mom going outside. And my mom both fell on the floor. Wow. That's a big big change right there. Garin before we get into any more of those success stories, folks. I wanna take a moment here. We're coming near the top of the hour. And I want to get these phone line's lit because we're doing this in support of WBAI what an impactful story this is science, and we're talking about science versus doctors, for instance, who've been prescribing statins for people for years, but who are now the science is reversed. They don't think that that actually works for heart disease, but they've been selling people those drugs for many years 'cause that's science. Instead, let's talk about some science that works some natural science and science that deals with what your body does naturally. And that is what we are learning, and what we learn on this program when you give your body the fuel the natural fruits and vegetables that it needs the natural supplements that have been taken out of our sad that is the standard American diet, but have been taken out of that diet. We eat so much food has no nutrients that we have to add these things back into our diet. That's what we're off. When you hear this afternoon with the memory stuff.

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"myelin sheath" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"myelin sheath" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Checkmark on. I gotta take care. Cancel regardless of regular doctor. Joe I will be there anti I will be doing all sorts of adjustments to. All right. We have Dr Joe on to talk about health and lifestyle this first one not funny at all the there's apparently, and there's only thirty eight cases. So I don't think a lot of people know about this yet. But there is a mysterious illness it paralyzes children, it's been a Chicago, Pittsburgh, Minnesota. And what is it? What is it? It's I saw the name here. But I don't. Yes. So it's polio. Like, they're saying the symptoms are polio. Like, what does that mean? Well, you you start to lose control of your arms and your legs you get very weak. Ultimately, you could die from it. If it gets bad enough, you can't breathe because the nervous system, of course. And that's a virus a virus apparently in that. They don't know what's causing it. There's no treatment for it. At this point. So now when we say polio light. Yes, this is a good teaching moment for me because I'm. Polio is pretty much wiped out by the time. I came along the sixty s why why what what what does polio due to the body that results in? Not being able to walk for a while. Well, it affects the no this. What's it called again? Flaxseed my life doing the same thing. Well, this is the way it's flaxseed. Everybody says flack said is the proper. Autumn Fisher will back me up on this. Optional. Well, you can never have my back just giving you guy from the linguistics. No, you're right. As long as for the for people on CNN to be impartial. And that's what I'm doing. Office both are acceptable to say, I'm right into. You can all right. We're we're new we're done. Joe? Yes. So what is it that this that this does the flaxseed myositis this affects what's called a gray matter in the spinal cord and that control its control center of your spinal cord, and so you start to lose muscle control. And ultimately said you could lose breathing, and you guy from it. And if you told me it was like, well, what were you saying? It's like a wire with the. Yeah. There's a mile and sheath the nerve has a coating around it like an electrical cord myelin sheath is. Effected that then too nervous firing abnormally problems too. So this is a virus? Which means you can pick it up, and they don't know how to not say, they don't know how you get it. You can get a flu you should breathe on somebody used these very clean microphones we use here in the studio, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Minnesota. We don't know yet. If people were traveling around or my thought on yes, yes. Because your speculation speculation on this. Yes. As we go further north, we get less UV rays from the sun, we produce a lot less vitamin d. And the new research on flus is that if we can give people five thousand international units of vitamin d a day you can reduce the risk of flow by about fifty per hour going into the flu season. Can I do that? If I get one of those sunlamps. Yes thinking about. Make sure my friend. I mean, I don't mean like you got a visual nowadays. Picture you like hopping into tanning..

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"myelin sheath" Discussed on JKNews

JKNews

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"myelin sheath" Discussed on JKNews

"I was trying to get out of my blanket and they'll stuck into into pulled out who Oh lying. my God. The fucking Blake you to you out. John mislead John unsleeping because it was it was already damaged. So it's going to do they submitted your. The high thread count. Those strong. Gustav say until you upscale overfull when bad things happen, she says what it is. I'm happy. You're alive. Thank you, Joe. That's still really hard to fourteen ninety. Those. Fuck. I mean people talking shit. They just need a fucking do it themselves. Even if you just try and touching your toes like fourteen hundred times. That's a lie anything fourteen hundred times where you will. I know. And if you wanna fuck fucking spend the time to do that shit. Good for you. We gotta get around of applause for the people watching to encounter the counter dude, the move. Counter, they shouldn't be. Three. Oh, yeah, definitely. Should've call that burpee. She'd be call it scared cat. It's. Pretty funny. Like I like that. Yes. So she took up the challenge to raise money for MS Australia, which is an advocacy organization dedicated. People battling this girl. You get paid for. Feel society. Maybe she had like sponsors and like. Go for this to try to break record raising five thousand six hundred and fifteen up until this point. Good for her for her goal was ten thousand. Multiple sclerosis is a thing in the brain, right with multiple scars on the on the brain or something. Doesn't it affects your your muscles and shit, doesn't it? You deteriorate, because I, I had a history raid is okay, so that the creation of the myelin sheath, no, at the disease in which the immune system eats away at the protective covering of nerves. That's the Mylan sheet. It is a deteriorate remember. Yeah. So is there a way to heal that or no? Just booked physical therapy and medications that suppress the immune system can help with symptoms and slow disease progression. Lose control of all your extremists independence. That's I had..

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"myelin sheath" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

09:23 min | 2 years ago

"myelin sheath" Discussed on WJR 760

"Peripheral neuropathy in my feet and my fingers? It ends up feeling like I'm wearing socks that are two inches thick. I guess is the way to describe it is not particularly steady on my feet and then with the fingers, it's a lot of numbness that is causing problems with if things like just typing on a computer or trying to tie fishing line, bits and pieces like that. And I was wondering they they're going to set me up for acupuncture beginning in September. I'm sorry. In November rather on a week on week. A weekly basis. But I didn't know if if you're process with the laser would give me any long-term relief or even temporarily. So that's a great question. And you know, congratulations on beating your cancer. First of all, I know how they lost my mom to cancer when she was thirty six. It's part of why I do. No, that's okay. It put me on my life's path. And now, I'm driven to help people live a better quality of life. So there's good there's good, and I am straight up in there. So there's good news and bad news that I have for you. Okay. So I I the good news is neuropathy is the second most common condition that we treat and we see a lot of people with diabetic neuropathy, and we're seeing more and more people with chemotherapy induced neuropathy because it is a side effect of chemotherapy. The that's the good. The good news. Is that? Yes, I I can help you, and I can treat you and in will. So what happens with neuropathy is? It's the deterioration of the myelin sheath that covers the nerve in nerve nerve tissue gets lease amount of blood of any tissue in the body. And so what your body's doing is? It's taking all of blood that it has in his protecting your liver, your kidneys, your heart your lungs, your brain, you know, all your internal organs. So your extremities are getting less blood in the myelin sheath is deteriorating along with the chemical of of that they've put in your body to fight the cancer. So if you're if you're a diabetic patient, I would tell you that we could get you somewhere between ninety and one hundred percent better because the laser will allow the mind lunch, sheath regenerate. So why are you imagine? Like have you ever strip the wire like, yes, sir? Okay. So imagine like the protective coating that's on a copper wire. That's the my line sheath that's gone in its deteriorate. Trading in and it will in your legs and your feet, it'll it'll ascend up to the knee area. So so my my advice to you get in front of it. When I deal with people with perfume or apathy, that's caused by chemotherapy, I'm very conservative in in what I tell them, and I will be honest with Jonah if we can get you thirty percent better. We're going to be doing really well. Yeah. It's it's a it's a long term of fact that will not heal on its own. And and I and I say thirty percent we've seen better results. Right. But I don't wanna I wanna like under promise. I don't want to over promise because it's something that you have to deal with with the chemotherapy from, you know, the results from the chemotherapy, I treat it all time. And the results vary. Not diabetics. I would say, you know, diabetic rapid these get people off their Lyrica. I get them off their rotten. I get them off their Gabba Patton. And those that's what I was concerned about they were talking about Davos. I want to stay away from drugs, particularly anything that's opioid and that gap panther stuff. It's an anti depressant, and you read the side effects of it. And it's like, well, you got to this anti depressants deal with Irv issues, but it may make your suicide. Yeah. See some and Jeff Jeff you've taught Jeff you've talked about some of those disclaimers. The from the ads that you see on TV. Just exactly what he's talking about. John Lewis idol, John pub, PubMed dot com is a great place to get some information on the side effects of whatever drugs. They wanna put you on. Okay. But the only thing that's an acupuncture will will be temporary relief. But the only thing that is going to actually allow the cell to heal is high dose leaser therapy. And it's a very long process because nerve tissue will will regenerate. And it will he'll but because it gets the least amount of blood in the body. It takes long time and John did you get the phone number down for them? Yes, sir. I did. I'm driving right now. But and I, and I know you guys are on a regular basis. I listened to you a lotta times driving home from work. I work up in the Detroit area. And I just thought well, heck, I'll give them a call tonight. See what what they could do for me. How granted it's a. Offen- prognosis. But after I after I finish up this acupuncture. I got a hunch. I'll be calling you have to see what you can do for me. Well, well, let's not spend the time with me. It's Jonathan honest prognosis. I mean, you might get fifty percent better. I don't think you'll ever it'll ever heal. I mean, I'm just being honest. And I know that's not what you want to hear. But we can if we can stop if we can stop it from a sending up the leg, it'll keep you off a cane and a Walker. That I mean, that's the thing. But my thing is getting front of it right away. And then, you know, we have we have people that dry from bowling green, and mommy, and you know, all over Ohio. They they can't they come up and they see us. So you're not. That's what I said. It's not it's not a long distance. I work at near metro airport. So it's, you know, get there, isn't that? That's not an issue. Okay. Help related thing. I will chase you down. It's something going guys. I appreciate that spending. The time with me, Jeff and Warren for continuing varieties. Interesting shows, thank you very much. Thanks a lot and the number to call toll free one and get it in quickly here too. Because Jeff going to go away in about fifteen minutes. One eight hundred five nine zero nine five seven and very quick. You can do it quickly or not. But at least we can we can bring up the opioid that we you've been mentioning and alluding to here, that's growing. The I just saw new statistic the other day that drug overdose deaths in America. Have killed more people than the Phnom war. And I was I was in his happening here in Michigan to the impact crisis has healthcare workers in the environment. And the epidemic isn't limited. Interestingly to to patients, you got healthcare workers who have easy access to this. And it's just proliferating. I just watch special on sixty minutes two nights ago about was that where I saw the statistics how how how the opioid epidemic started in. How these doctors are making all these excuses mallet changed laws. So even though prescription the number of prescriptions written are less the overdoses are higher because people are turning the street drugs. That are laced with fat all in one hundred percent stronger than morphine. And that's why people are overdosing it. And it's terrible. And listen. I decided, you know, I am so sick and tired of listening to people talk about the opioid addiction problems country, and nobody ever talks about what the solution is in painfreelifecenters is the solution to the opioid pain problem in this country. And I'll tell you right now within a year, I will have sixty minutes out doing a special on us. And then you get laugh at it. You can let you know. I am with a veterinary passion with their VA veteran, and we're talking about what the hydrocortisone and and actually around that are almost synonymous with prescriptions that are given to those who have had surgery. What do we say, maybe two three days after some surgeries in may be acceptable? But after that, well, it it takes the body months for soft tissue to heal. Once you have surgery, and here's the thing. Anybody that's listening. If you've ever had stitches when is it hurt the worst two three days after because all the blood is going? To the area of the trauma and trying to get it to heal. So now, they're giving your five days worth of. I got a guy that used to work for me. Just head to have his knee replacement ex college football player head to have his knee replaced. He went four years by doing laser therapy without getting his knee replaced. Finally, he he said, okay. He's going to do it. They gave him five days of pain meds. He's out. He started laser therapy less than a week after his surgery to manage the pain because it's incredibly painful anytime, you cut the skin you're cutting through the skin the nerves the vascular system the tissue the muscle that all stuff takes time to heal. If you think about it, you'll get your stitches out within seven or ten days. Right. You think the tissue underneath the skin is healed. It's still healing. It's causing the pain. And so high dose laser therapy is the alternative to the opioid problem in this country. All right. We're closing down. Our our here. Let's hear. From you those of you who are going through pain as we speak member of your family. You can't take that anymore..

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"myelin sheath" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"myelin sheath" Discussed on WJR 760

"It needs to become. Healthy healthy cells create healthy tissue healthy tissue increases blood, flow blood stimulates the development of nitric oxide which is. The body's natural anti inflammatory so how does our body heal. More blood lesson formation So with that being, said inflammation causes ninety percent of the pain in our? Body anything with an ISIS is inflammatory arthritis bursitis tendinitis plantar fasciitis those are some of the simple things that we. Deal, with, the painfreelifecenters right. We also deal with spinal, stenosis degenerative disk sciatic nerve pain those are the most common things that we treat neuropathy caused by diabetes or, chemotherapy treatments your neurologists. Will tell you there's nothing to do except take Lyrica interaction and that's all. He can give you but the laser has proven over and over again that the myelin sheath will regenerate over the nerve tissue and take. Away the burning numbness and tingling sensation so this is Ben proven this is, not new, modality this is, something that has, been around for decades decades of the United States, even longer in other countries that have. Been using it and we we pointed out periodically historically Veterinarian's began to use it on well. You're a prime example. You a dog you had a veterinarian used the laser to help cure. Your? Dog of pain they use it on the, horses whether it's. The Kentucky Derby or any of the other races before and after the races as well. And then it became so, popular that the the trainers at everywhere from, what high school and college and professional, levels began using that to help cure or certainly eliminate the pain that the athletes were suffering was not necessarily a cure more of a pain management modality. An interesting story is we, just lost one of our. Employees her husband got transferred to Germany he walks her GM and they were going through their insurance program and guess what's covered in. Europe laser, therapy why is that because America has. Enough DA America has big pharma America has insurance companies were in Europe it's. Standard operating, procedures to manage pain without drugs not to the tune of three hundred and twenty. Billion, dollars year that Americans. Spent on pain. Every year here and I'm very passionate about that with the opioid epidemic that's. Going on I just want to, educate people about painfreelifecenters and.

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"myelin sheath" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"myelin sheath" Discussed on WJR 760

"Become healthy healthy cells. Create healthy tissue healthy tissue increases blood flow blood, stimulates development of nitric oxide which is the body's. Natural anti inflammatory so how does our body heal more blood, lesson Flammarion So with that being, said inflammation causes ninety percent of the pain in our? Body anything with an Avis is inflammatory arthritis bursitis tendinitis planner fasciitis those are some of the simple things that we. Deal, with, it painfreelifecenters right. We also deal with spinal, stenosis degenerative disk sciatic nerve pain those are the most common things that we treat neuropathy caused by diabetes or, chemotherapy treatments your neurologist. Will tell you there's nothing. To do except take Lyrica in rotten in that's all. He can give you but the laser has proven over and over again. That the myelin sheath will regenerate over the nerve tissue and take. Away the burning numbness and tingling sensation so this is Ben proven this is, not a, new modality this, is something has, been around for decades decades of the United, States even longer in other countries that. Have been using it and we pointed out periodically historically Veterinarian's. Began to use it on your prime. Example you had a. Dog you had a veterinarian use the laser to help cure your dog of? Pain they use it on the horses whether, it's the Kentucky. Derby or any of the other races before and after the races as well and then. It became so popular that the the trainers at everywhere from what high school and. College and professional levels began using, that to help cure or certainly eliminate the pain that the athletes were suffering was it's it's not necessarily a cure more of a pain management modality an. Interesting story is we just, lost one of our employees her. Husband got transferred to Germany he wants her GM and they were going through their insurance program and guess what's covered in Europe..

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"myelin sheath" Discussed on JKNews

JKNews

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"myelin sheath" Discussed on JKNews

"I'm happy you're alive thank you joe that's still really hard to fourteen ninety those fuck i mean people talking shit they just need a fucking do it themselves even if you just try and touching your toes like fourteen hundred times that's a lie anything fourteen hundred times where you will i know and if you wanna fuck fucking spend the time to do that shit good for you we gotta get around of applause for the people watching to encounter the counter dude the move counter they shouldn't be three oh yeah definitely should've call that burpee she'd be call it scared cat it's pretty funny like i like that yes so she took up the challenge to raise money for ms australia which is an advocacy organization dedicated people battling this girl you get paid for feel society maybe she had like sponsors and like go for this to try to break record raising five thousand six hundred and fifteen up until this point good for her for her goal was ten thousand multiple sclerosis is a thing in the brain right with multiple scars on the on the brain or something doesn't it affects your your muscles and shit doesn't it you deteriorate because i i had a history raid is okay so that the creation of the myelin sheath no at the disease in which the immune system eats away at the protective covering of nerves that's the mylan sheet it is a deteriorate remember yeah so is there a way to heal that or no just booked physical therapy and medications that suppress the immune system can help with symptoms and slow disease progression.

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"myelin sheath" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"myelin sheath" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"We know about the brain and how things become worse and how they build up over a period of time but meantime call me triple eight six zero nine six two five do you know we live in a society right now that we're constantly being exposed to all kinds of incoming if you will toxic reactions from our environment are plentiful today and they can cause everything from mental acuity difficulties to exhaustion fatigue patterns across the board and one of the biggest culprits of i don't feel good mental confusion mental degradation has to do with heavy metals toxic metals in our environment and things like aluminum and arsenic and cesium and ten valium if there's other toxic metals also that i haven't including that but we have to make sure that we look at things specifically like camden mercury and lead those are the three primary copper can at arsenic to that and arsenic by the way if you eat rice that is not grown outside the country or even outside the country should say organic and otherwise it has high levels of arsenic in it and you have to be very very careful of what you're doing as a whole problem with a lot of the imported foods so these metals can cause your brain not to work and it can cause all kinds of patterns from as i said fatigue and i don't feel good and i heard all over and by the way mercury and aluminum will cause the outer wrapper of long nerves the myelin sheath to begin to breakdown it can cause m s like conditions increase your risk of parkinson's anything that is a central neurological problems affecting one side.

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"myelin sheath" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

NewsRadio1620

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"myelin sheath" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

"Dot com now then we need to talk about this special fish linked to a lower risk of ms or multiple sclerosis multiple sclerosis as they potentially debilitating disease of the nervous system and neither a cause or cure have been identified the kaiser permanente study suggests that people who ate a special type of fish addi 45 percent lower risk of developing ms or multiple sclerosis i've treated many many patients with ms in it is debilitating and it is a strange mr is diseases an autoimmune disease where your body attack you saw it attacks the literally the coverings round nerves the myelin sheath which is like the insulation around the nervous system and in once that comes off things don't work signaling is impaired or eating fish rich in omega 3 fatty acids like salmon and i know this topic is good for daring because he loves fish ill like salmon was linked to lower risk of ms that's what a preliminary research shows for most of for more than four hundred thousand people in the united states that suffer from him as there is little to be done from a medical perspective to prevent or ease the symptoms yeah i've seen people that have had ms that are given steroids credit zone at all kinds of risky medical drugs which are usually worse than the disease itself and uh but this really boils down to fish and the fact that when you eat fish you're going to get a certain amount of vitamin d we know that when you study epidemiologically you study people in certain regions of the world that are further away from the equator where the sunlight does not shine as much and they are therefore they don't get as much as sunshine on their skin which converts cholesterol to vitamin d is associated with kidney your kidney function of then we see higher rates of ms or multiple sclerosis.

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"myelin sheath" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"myelin sheath" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"The ability to be mature to be well season to hold their emotion we can be mature and not enter in with so we we want to rise above and so those are some of the things that will look at each other because as much as i can know the research we still blow it on a daily basis you give each other permission the college other are privately about learning latterly at hack that a little inappropriate well absolutely absurd grandma arman whisperer my ear at top brain and i'm like do i truth wires as you about that and your brain science shows that a male's brain is in fullyformed until fifty years old douglas county that's 24 wishart shot allow that that seems late even at that 24 is the actual research but little tongueincheek but the development of the brain what's developing that takes twenty four years in a male brain and i'm not sure with the female brain his twenty twenty three tips for young women on actually fat portion of the brain modest the final frontier of match her nation is the executive functioning at the brain drain and ceo it's called the prefrontal cortex and its located by right behind your forehead so don't bang your head um no threats do ju yes exactly know the teenage brain as it is pruned like we mentioned earlier it's also being what's called mylan aided mylan is acts like insulation on a wire when you're you know doing electrical work you insulate the wire so that the electricity can go down faster will the brain has a similar function with myelin sheath it allows the transmission of thoughts to go quicker and more specialized so that's actually the process that finishes around 23 for girls in between 24 in 25 for some young men even 27 that's kind of the outside solution or how eager employed well you know it's wonderful to see the differences in the book we have chapter devoted individually to both the female brain and the male brain for adolescence and it'll wonderful to see what god does and why it takes a little bit longer for young men but it's absurd the white perp lose their low parents wondering wise stricker so long this is what's wrong with you again that the compassion aspect if you consider that a young man am experiences an increase of testosterone between the ages of ten and twenty that thirty times the amount of childhood during adults.

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"myelin sheath" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"myelin sheath" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"You win healy please is a my conquered alert update a quick look at what's happening and entertainment plummeted over all this on my top might crying guy three hundred garrett all right that backers and vikings were scoreless five minutes into sunday's gangland the packers saw the one thing that they dreaded the most aaron rodgers he was carted off the field taken to the locker room for further evaluation he broke his collarbone they had to put in their backup quarterback we did end up winning but it's sort of like all understand circumstances there didn't he broke his collarbone lake in two thousand thirteen jerry rice saying so well this is i was watching the game and i and every time i'd see like a hitless has before he got in india i like oh my god that would have been a dislocated shoulder for me there that would've been a broken leg a compound fracture that i would go through is insane and it makes me feel guilty for even liking football lavatories he's got a jar it like we were out that he had be dead as beijing program are in the field you get a bad as he a down but be that one of those guys even brushed my shoulder wa walking down the hall will you be fine because you just you get the ball you jump the ball investor rumble in the other direction anyway give way to go like those old like us melissa etheridge he got arrested in north dakota after her tour bus was stopped by us customs over the canadian border this habit on august seventeen but we just now had been her a hearing about it we saw mugshot she's myelin sheath supplied she had some marijuana oil oil and she can have that in california she uses it to manage pain for cancer if you're remember melissa etheridge had cancer but it is not legal in north dakota so i just wish there was a loss of the people lab medical marijuana licences and use it for this purpose can take it across state lines it's a little ridiculous yeah or at least have a card that says a list of all the states sure that our debt do you allow it and a list of states that don't be how a.

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"myelin sheath" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"myelin sheath" Discussed on KGO 810

"Is that possible they'll right now we we've actually we put a moratorium as we get your book is so popular we a you know it's been on the new york times bestseller list for eight weeks congratulations and uh so we've got a sevenmonth waiting list and we were in october we're going to see if we can kind of catch up on reopen the list but gun in people who've been nice in of their euro they're willing to wait a year to see me but but here's the deal most of what i'm going to tell them to do is in the plant paradox and there's huge amounts of information for people with autoimmune disease autoimmune disease coms from the gut and it comes from a disc balance between bacteria in our gut that heat charm yoon system that they've got things handled in our gut and the armenian system which you can think of of cops patrolling near the beat they they see a bunch of good kids you know out by the campfire on the you know they're gone all we a bunch of good kids they're seeing and kouba will go have a doughnut don't do that police don't but i've i i make akito low electing down it by the way oh god okay i neither us yeah so so anyhow it calms the immune system down they actually send text messages to our immune system that says as chill out guys everything's fine but what's happened to most of us is that with the food we eat and the antibiotics we take in the end said this leg aleve or ibuprofen earn or advil were blown giant holes in our gut 24 hours a day and what happens is that lecterns get through our god and actually bacterial particles get through our gut and our whole immune system goes absolutely crazy and they want to protect us but they go around our body in any thing that even remotely resembles electon which is a protein they start shooting at it and the amazing thing about how plants designed leptons is that these proteins have barcodes that look like for instance are thyroid looks like otto as as you'll member and that's looks like our myelin sheath okay and so that's where hashi she comes from that's where a lupus gums i have listeners i know have hashi matters because they tell me that at source jones with the plant paradox is the.

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"myelin sheath" Discussed on The Body of Knowledge

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02:05 min | 3 years ago

"myelin sheath" Discussed on The Body of Knowledge

"That stretch is in picked up by those muscle spindles they sent stretch and respond by causing contraction interesting you ever wonder why doctors do that her normal physical they're looking to see if you're spinalcord nerves as'mer functioning correctly and it's a very quick diagnostic subject you're very little response on a test them it no it was eight which is still it was just delay yeah right um so as these tests are going on and you kinda put some of the stuff together you can like wondering why yeah you might have n i had no idea what m s i'd hubs he hud of ms but i had no idea of what symptoms though fm fms if you actually look at the list of symptoms for s it's pretty broad fair i mean it's anything and everything from taste issues to vision touch you know the you know walking your leg drop things like that so it's some it's really it's a it's a tough one to die that's why it's a tough disease to diagnose because it gets misdiagnosed jack there are other auto immune diseases in addition to ms yeah sure yeah i mean those i mean psoriasis authorized us all of which actually share a very similar traits to ms i mean psoriasis is you know your skin becomes inflamed and in mean that's essentially what happens to your myelin sheath with ms right now yeah and they all seemed to have the same you flareup rate as rises the same thing and if he talking with it has that or crohn's disease or any of these other issues they realise are they eventually have to figure out what are the situations in scenarios that kick these things on yeah right so old man i got to realize i have to stay away from this food or this type of drinking so that's when you have to gear your lifestyle around the to identify those triggers is what the call them and then get away from them the official and that's one thing that you've identified really well and have been cleaning up the last couple of years my wife has their may traffic psoriasis and the thing with hers that like she will do.

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