Covid-19 vaccine spike proteins are killing people, not merely the “virus”

New research from the Salk Institute has inadvertently revealed that Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “spike” proteins, which are forever generated inside the body following an experimental gene therapy (mRNA) injection, are directly responsible for causing injury and death. Salk insists that only the “virus” spike proteins are dangerous and not the ones found in vaccines, but anyone … Continue reading Covid-19 vaccine spike proteins are killing people, not merely the “virus”

Histone Modifications Reveal Further Insight into the Process of Aging

Epigenetic research on the potential molecular causes of aging has piqued the curiosity of many people who want to know if it’s possible to slow aging or, perhaps, stop it altogether. The process of aging comes along with physiological changes that decrease the body’s ability to repair tissue and increase vulnerability to metabolic diseases. Overall, … Continue reading Histone Modifications Reveal Further Insight into the Process of Aging

Jumping Enzyme Discovered in Nucleus Influences Epigenetic Regulation

A study led by a team of researchers at the Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry at the University of Alberta sheds light on a new, interesting way metabolism is connected to DNA regulation. The discovery may add an important piece to the puzzle in scientists’ quest to understand diseases and their epigenetic basis. One such … Continue reading Jumping Enzyme Discovered in Nucleus Influences Epigenetic Regulation

Targeting Epigenetics and Metabolism to Prevent Cancer Growth

New research has helped to clear up the function of a well-known tumor suppressor gene, RB, which prevents aberrant cell growth. Researchers from the University of Illinois at Chicago and Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona have found that pRb, or retinoblastoma protein, is a tumor suppressing protein encoded by RB that maintains proper functioning of … Continue reading Targeting Epigenetics and Metabolism to Prevent Cancer Growth

Diets rich in fats not only affect your physical appearance — they also affect your brain

A study published in the journal Cell Metabolism found that a high-fat diet can affect the brain by promoting inflammation in the hypothalamus — the part of the brain responsible for regulating appetite and metabolism. To date, only a few studies have linked an unhealthy diet to neurological irregularities. But in their study, researchers at Yale University School of Medicine established a link between the two and highlighted … Continue reading Diets rich in fats not only affect your physical appearance — they also affect your brain

7 Health benefits of PQQ, a natural brain-boosting supplement

Pandemics may come and go, but neurodegenerative diseases like dementia and Alzheimer’s, unfortunately, remain a common occurrence among the older population. However, despite these conditions affecting millions of people worldwide, they are not an inevitable part of aging. Numerous natural brain-boosting agents can help improve brain health, one of which is PQQ. The role of PQQ … Continue reading 7 Health benefits of PQQ, a natural brain-boosting supplement

Mitochondrial Medicine

Dr. Terry Wahls learned how to reverse accelerating multiple sclerosis using an evidence-based, functional medical approach focusing on orthomolecular nutrients and nutrition. Using the lessons she learned at the subcellular level, she used diet to cure her MS and get out of her wheelchair. Her TED talk is quite convincing.Contemporary medicine has not understood the basics of … Continue reading Mitochondrial Medicine

Cholesterol-lowering drugs have serious side effects that include brain damage

One out of every five Americans has been convinced to take a statin drug in order to lower their blood cholesterol levels and supposedly prevent heart disease. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) admit that statin drug use is on the rise; Atorvastatin (Lipitor) is the best-selling prescription drug in the world. The problem with … Continue reading Cholesterol-lowering drugs have serious side effects that include brain damage

Yale researchers add “reduction of hearing loss” to the many benefits of NAC supplements

The average human body contains approximately 30 trillion cells. These cells are like miniature living organisms; their inner parts carry out vital functions that determine the cell’s destiny. If the cell is overwhelmed by reactive oxygen species, then it may weaken and experience apoptosis. Beyond the cell membrane or skin of the cell is a gel-like substance … Continue reading Yale researchers add “reduction of hearing loss” to the many benefits of NAC supplements