Magnesium Bicarbonate – The Ultimate Mitochondrial Cocktail

There are good reasons many believe that there is nothing in mainstream medicine that addresses de-acidification, detoxification, fixing nutritional deficiencies, modulating and boosting the immune system, and increasing full body circulation. Medical science has failed in its attempts at curing degenerative, metabolic, or autoimmune diseases. Without removing toxins and acids from all organs, cells and … Continue reading Magnesium Bicarbonate – The Ultimate Mitochondrial Cocktail

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Magnesium and Cell Survival (Glutathione)

Magnesium in general is essential for the survival of our cells but takes on further importance in the age of toxicity where our bodies are being bombarded on a daily basis with heavy metals. Glutathione requires magnesium for its synthesis.[1] Glutathione synthetase requires ?-glutamyl cysteine, glycine, ATP, and magnesium ions to form glutathione.[2] In magnesium deficiency, the … Continue reading Magnesium and Cell Survival (Glutathione)

Cellular Stress and Adaptive Cellular Capacity

The mechanism by which a cell dies, that is, apoptosis, necrosis, pyroptosis, or autophagic cell death, often depends on its ability to cope with the conditions to which it is exposed. The adaptive capacity of a cell ultimately determines its fate when it comes under stress. The strength or what we can call a cells adaptive … Continue reading Cellular Stress and Adaptive Cellular Capacity

Slow, Steady & Easy Breathing

All doctors should know that chronically and even seriously ill people with dangerous acute infections will benefit immediately from controlling the quantity of air going into and out of a patient’s lungs. With a simple breathing device—based on CO2 physiology—in the space of 20 minutes a day, one can begin, quite quickly, to get control … Continue reading Slow, Steady & Easy Breathing

Magic Minerals for Health and Medicine

This essay is not about MMS (Magical Mineral Supplement), which I have written about before. MMS is not something that ever attracted me; certainly, it is hard to stand its smell. What this article is about are the real magic minerals, which together bring about the miracle of life. Plants often know better than people … Continue reading Magic Minerals for Health and Medicine

Iodine, Metabolism and Oxygen

Though doctors and people do not normally associate iodine with oxygen, we have to see that iodine-carrying thyroid hormones are essential for oxygen-based metabolism. First increases of iodine and thyroid hormones increase red blood cell mass and increase the oxygen disassociation from hemoglobin.[1] Thyroid hormones have a significant influence on erythropoiesis, which is the process … Continue reading Iodine, Metabolism and Oxygen

Wonderful World of Bicarbonate and CO2

My book Sodium Bicarbonate is not only about sodium bicarbonate (baking soda), but also about magnesium bicarbonate and to a lesser degree potassium bicarbonate and calcium bicarbonate. However, the star of the show in this book is bicarbonate. The second star of the show is carbon dioxide (CO2). Most of the conjugate acid of bicarbonate … Continue reading Wonderful World of Bicarbonate and CO2

Electromagnetic Properties of Cancer

If lack of oxygen is a key driver of cancer growth then so is low CO2, pH and depressed cell voltage. Cancer cells possess different electrical and chemical properties than normal cells. In cancerous tissue the electrical potential of cell membranes is maintained at a lower level than that of healthy cells. Dr. Jerry Tennant … Continue reading Electromagnetic Properties of Cancer

Grand Unification Theory of Cancer

Inflammation is inseparable from lower pH, oxygen, CO2 and cell energy levels, which of course would track with cell temperature, respiration and elimination. A grand unification theory of medicine would describe this area of physiology where certain things are happening simultaneously. There is a point where one cannot separate oxygen from CO2 levels because they … Continue reading Grand Unification Theory of Cancer

Exposure to Cold Temperatures Can Change Our Gene Expression and Fat Cells

Long-term exposure to cold temperatures could actually affect our gene expression and influence our fat cells, a recent study suggests. Research published in Nature Communications offers more evidence on how lifestyle choices and exposure to our environment can dictate the way our genes express themselves, an overarching theme of epigenetics. A group of researchers based … Continue reading Exposure to Cold Temperatures Can Change Our Gene Expression and Fat Cells