Keytones – key to longevity and health
View Video: how an anecdotal discovery revealed a diet based Memory Repair Protocol that stops dementia while it is ignored and even opposed under big pharma’s profit focus.
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Memory Repair Protocol
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Dr. Miles Fielding research – (On diylifehelp.com)
Curcumin Supplementation May Impart Long-Term Cognitive Benefits
The plant turmeric (Curcuma longa) is very well known in India. The root is harvested, cleaned, dried, and powdered to be used as a spice (turmeric gives curry its beautiful golden yellow color) and as a medicine. … Just as oranges are a source of vitamin C, turmeric is a source of curcumin.
Curcumin is a naturally occurring chemical compound that is found in the spice turmeric. The two words are sometimes used interchangeably, but the technical difference between the two is that turmeric is the yellowish powder used to flavor foods, while curcumin is a chemical contained within turmeric.
Turmeric Constituents and Effects
The active ingredient in turmeric is an antioxidant plant pigment called curcumin. Turmeric also contains a compound called zingiberene, which is found in its relative, ginger, as well. Like ginger, turmeric has anti-inflammatory properties, and it is sometimes used to treat inflammatory conditions such as osteoarthritis. Due to curcumin’s unique chemical structure, turmeric is an extremely powerful antioxidant. Drugs.com — which provides peer-reviewed medical information to consumers — credits turmeric with having wound-healing properties and chemoprotective effects, and reports that turmeric may be helpful in treating cancer, Alzheimer’s and Huntingdon’s disease. According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, turmeric may be taken as a powder, tincture or fluid extract.
Curry powder is a blend of several spices that are used to mimic the flavors of Indian cuisine. The most common spices included in curry powder are turmeric, coriander, cumin and fenugreek. Ginger, garlic and black pepper are also included in some curry powder blends. These spices can have powerful benefits for your health.
Although it’s related to ginger, turmeric lacks ginger’s stinging heat.
American Health Collective Video regarding multiple suppressed health discoveries & links
Cancer – (tumeric)
Another Diabetes Protocol (Near Identical presentation format)
Cognitive decline, memory loss, Alzheimers dementia
Underlying Causes of Rheumatoid Arthritis
Why all these similar video solutions you ask?
Obviously they are put together by a common source (American Health Collective AHC). But that doesn’t make them frauds, it reveals that all health problems seem to have a common cause that AHC is confronting on each of the multiple fronts. The discovery of this common approach may seem to undermine credibility to those critical of non-pharma solutions. However, to anyone that believes they can seek truth and find it, there is the opposite effect; we see most ALL our health problems are related to diet! DIET!
Ketogenic Diet Based Health
The following Books emphasize ketogenesis (Keytone fat-burning) Keytogenic diets with incredible health claims including healing Alzheimer’s dementia and even healing all cancers:
Travis Christofferson MS – Tripping over the Truth
Tripping Over the Truth: The Return of the Metabolic Theory of Cancer Illuminates a New and Hopeful Path to a Cure.
“Travis Christofferson provides a compelling historical account of how cancer has been misunderstood as a genetic disease when, in fact, it is a type of metabolic disease.
Ultimately, Christofferson arrives at a conclusion that challenges everything we thought we knew about the disease, suggesting the reason for the failed war against cancer stems from a flawed paradigm that categorizes cancer as an exclusively genetic disease.
The information presented in Tripping over the Truth will have profound consequences for how cancer is managed and prevented. Metabolic therapies will be more effective and less toxic than the current gene- or immune-based therapies and have the potential to significantly improve quality of life and long-term survival for millions of cancer patients worldwide.”–Thomas N. Seyfried, PhD, author of Cancer as a Metabolic Disease
INTERVIEWS AND ARTICLES
Dr Thomas N. Seyfried – Research Paper – Cancer as a metabolic disease
Just as there are many remote causes of plague, heat, insects, rats, but only one common cause, the plague bacillus, there are a great many remote causes of cancer-tar, rays, arsenic, pressure, urethane- but there is only one common cause into which all other causes of cancer merge, the irreversible injuring of respiration.
recent mitochondrial transfer experiments support the general findings of the nuclear transfer experiments (50,51). The tumorigenic phenotype is suppressed when normal mitochondria are transferred to the tumor cell cytoplasm. On the other hand, the tumorigenic phenotype is enhanced when tumor mitochondria are transferred to a normal cell cytoplasm. These findings further suggest that tumorigenesis is dependent more on mitochondrial function than on the types of mutations in the nucleus.
Dr Gundry – Diet Revolution – Plant Paradox
The Plant Paradox: The Hidden Dangers in “Healthy” Foods That Cause Disease and Weight Gain by Steven R. Gundry
5 key deterrents to health and healing
Sugars – Processed sugar laden foods
Lectins – cause of leaky gut syndrome and related audoimmune disorders
Seeds: Tomatoes, peppers, beans, whole grains, corn, cashews & peanuts
Antibiotics – destroying microbiome
Administered directly by doctors
Administered indirectly; foods, meats, splenda etc
Antacids – compromising immune system
NSAIDS (Ibuprofen) – compromising gut integrity
“The Plant Paradox elegantly explains how plants defend themselves from being consumed by humans, and how eating the wrong ones at the wrong times immeasurably hurts our health. An eye-opening read.” —Mehmet Oz, MD, Professor of Surgery, New York Presbyterian/Columbia University
“After being diagnosed with a very aggressive form of cancer three years ago I discovered the work of Dr. Stephen Gundry .. three years clear now and credit Dr. Gundry and his principles of eating and living for restoring and maintaining my good health! Gundry is a miracle worker his research is phenomenal and this book can be a lifesaver!” – Anonymoushttp://believeit.us/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2018/
Dr Amy Myers
Dr Mercola – Health Recovery through mitochondria focus and keytone diet
Fat for Fuel: A Revolutionary Diet to Combat Cancer, Boost Brain Power,
and Increase Your Energy
For over a century, we’ve accepted the scientific consensus that cancer results from genetic disease due to chromosomal damage in cell nuclei. But what if cancer isn’t a genetic disease after all? What if scientists are chasing a flawed paradigm, and cancer isn’t a disease of damaged DNA but rather of defective metabolism as a result of mitochondrial dysfunction? What if that startling truth could revolutionize our understanding of other diseases as well—and show us a radical new path to optimal health?
In this groundbreaking guide, the first of its kind, New York Times best-selling author and leading natural-health practitioner Joseph Mercola explains how nearly all disease is caused by defective metabolic processes. Then he reveals what’s really causing your metabolism to go haywire: damage and dysfunction in the mitochondria, thousands of which are at work in nearly every cell in your body, generating 90 percent of the energy you need to stay alive and well. When mitochondria become damaged in large numbers, it is impossible to stay healthy.
Dr. Mercola shows you that you can take control of your health simply by giving your body the proper fuel—and it’s not what you’ve likely been led to believe. A ketogenic diet, very low in carbohydrates and high in healthy fats, is the way to optimize the biochemical pathways that suppress disease and support healing. And the benefits can be astonishing—not only in treating or preventing serious illness, but in boosting your brainpower, increasing your energy, helping you lose weight and keep it off, and much more.
As you read this book, you’ll learn in clear, rational terms how your body works at a molecular level. You’ll finally understand the type of fuel it’s designed to burn in the most efficient way possible. You’ll find detailed guidelines for starting and sticking with a ketogenic eating plan. And you won’t have to wait a decade or two for metabolic mitochondrial therapy to make its way into the mainstream. You can build a healthier body and brain at the cutting edge of this exciting new discipline, starting right now.
Why Fats (And Not Carbs) Are The Body’s Preferred Fuel Source
(Excepts from Synchro Life Article)
Fat digestion and metabolism happen via completely different pathways than the ones used for carbohydrate metabolism. The first major difference in the digestion of fats relative to carbohydrates is that the breakdown and absorption is a much slower process. Most fats are broken down slowly in the gut via a series of enzymes called lipases and eventually make their way into the blood stream as free fatty acids. Like sugars, once in the bloodstream free fatty acids can be used for energy (via the process known as ketogenesis) or stored in adipose (fatty) tissue for later use.
One notable exception to this digestion pathway is medium-chain triglycerides (MCT’s). Because they are smaller than other fats, MCT’s can pass directly into the bloodstream without needing digestion in the gut by lipases. These smaller fats are broken down into free fatty acids by lipases in the blood rather than in the gut. While other types of fat take too long to digest and process to be a legitimate alternative to carbohydrate as a primary fuel source, the quicker availability of MCT’s makes them not only a legitimate alternative, but a preferable one. MCT’s are also unique among fats in that they can be used by the brain for energy. Other types of fat must go through the long process of being converted into sugars before they can be used by the brain. Eating primarily other types of fats would leave the brain under-fueled. Once again, MCT’s and SCT’s not only solve this issue, but offer a superior alternative to carbohydrate. Unsurprisingly, MCT’s and SCT’s are critical to any diet using fats as a the primary calorie and fuel source.
When your metabolism is using primarily fats as an energy source, you are essentially “training” your metabolism to use fats more often and more efficiently. The metabolic pathways involved in ketogenesis (fat-burning) become more robust, and the body becomes better at using fat stored in adipose tissue when available sufficient calories are not available from food intake. Fats also don’t directly trigger an insulin response, so the body doesn’t go into “storage mode” as often when fats are your primary fuel source.
So what are the best sources of MCT’s? Coconut oil (and related products) and grass-fed butter are hands-down the top choices. Coconut oil is about 2/3 MCT’s by weight. In addition to it’s many other benefits (see Synchro Life Design #6), coconut oil is the go-to fuel source for many people adhering to this type of high-fat diet. A few companies isolate the MCT’s from coconut oil and sell “MCT oil” by itself. This is a pricy option as an every-day fuel source, but if you’re looking to accelerate the fat-burning capacity of a this diet, MCT oil is a powerful tool. Coconut butter is also a great choice, as it is the “meat” of the coconut before the protein and fiber is pulled out in the process of making coconut oil. I personally keep a jar ofCocotella in my office as my constant snack food. Like other coconut oil products, Cocotella fuels the brain and doesn’t meaningfully interrupt the fat-burning process (which a carb-based snack would).
Additionally, grass-fed butter is an excellent source of short-chain fatty acids (as well as many vitamins and Omega-3 fatty acids). These short-chain fatty acids behave in much the same way as MCT’s and can be used for the same purposes. It is important to source only 100% grass-fed (sometimes called “pastured”) butter. Conventional butter has a significantly different nutritional profile and is more likely to contain toxins. I use a grass-fed ghee (clarified butter) to avoid the milk proteins and sugars that are present in butter.