Cures for Obesity and Eyesight, etc.
Yep, that will surely be a big money-maker.
But each person's genetic make-up and their stress level or psychological substrate varies. Therefore a diet taking these things into account with a mix of vitamin and mineral supplements is best to utilize until we have the magic pill or injection.
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They have the ability to replace teeth by dropping something on your gums and a new tooth will grow. They had grass that won't grow over an inch and a half - Briggs and Stratton bought the patent, there are thousands of helpful things which would enhance life and they get shelved due to greed. Here is another to watch for - superhuman eyesight easy to keep forever.
Here is one link to the teeth aspect.
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There are a multitude of additives causing a catastrophic rise in health problems. It might be a simple allergy created by Yellow or Red dyes such as I contracted, which can kill. (See the thread yeast De-Sensitization.) It might be Sulfites which cause serious responses from sufferers of Asthma.
It is hard to put your finger on the cause of increased allergic reactions because there are so many changes including packaging materials with additives like BPA. Now, the manufacturers have altered the BPA to be another variation of an endocrine altering drug, it is called BPS. Endocrine (like Prednisone and other medically prescribed drugs) is produced naturally by our immune and lymph systems which are connected to our psychic points charts. We know less about the lymph system than we do about our soul - scientifically.
This reminds me of the DEA fight against designer drugs. All you do is change one molecule (Maybe even making it worse.) and off the prohibited drug list you go - back to making millions. Same as the Pharmacological industry changing it's formulations and drug names to confuse the issues and make prosecution difficult.
"Researchers say unhealthy diets and lack of exercise aren’t the only culprits in obesity. BPA may share some of the blame.
In the latest study involving the plastic additive bisphenol A, or BPA, scientists found that children harboring higher levels of the endocrine-disrupting chemical in their bodies were more likely to be obese compared to youngsters with lower levels of BPA.
The report, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association’s theme issue on obesity, was led by Dr. Leonardo Trasande, an associate professor of pediatrics and environmental medicine at New York University School of Medicine. Trasande and his colleagues reviewed data on body mass index (BMI) and BPA exposure (determined by measuring the chemical in urine) in 2,838 children aged 6 through 19, who participated in the government’s National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys (NHANES) between 2003 and 2008. About 34% of the children were overweight and 18% were obese.
(MORE: BPA Exposure in Pregnant Women May Affect Daughters’ Behavior)
Those in the highest quartile of BPA exposure also had the highest rate of obesity, at 22.3%, while those with the lowest levels of the chemical in their urine were least likely to be obese, at 10%. That’s more than a doubling of obesity risk among those with the highest BPA exposure.
“It’s a very strong association, surprisingly strong,” says Trasande, “and it cuts across all socioeconomic strata. Unhealthy diet and lack of physical activity are major contributors to childhood obesity in the U.S., but this study shows that we need to consider environmental factors as a third major factor contributing to the epidemic.”
BPA is ubiquitous in our environment, found primarily in plastics used in food packaging and the liners of aluminum cans; it’s also found in dental fillings and sealants and coating thermal receipts used in stores. A government study found that 93% of Americans over age 6 have some detectable amount of BPA in their urine, and according to a comprehensive 2007 study among preschool children in North Carolina and Ohio, about 99% of children’s exposure to BPA comes from the diet. That’s why concerns over BPA leaching from plastics in baby bottles and sippy cups led the Food and Drug Administration to ban the chemical from these products in earlier this year. The agency stopped short of removing BPA from cans and other food packaging, however, citing the lack of definitive evidence of its health harms. (In 2010, Canada not only banned BPA from baby bottles, but also took the additional step of declaring the chemical toxic for human health, which make sit easier to remove the chemical from other food-contact products.)"
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This man claims he cures a great many things.
New use of light in healing through genetics - hearing and atrial fib.
Optogenetics on atrial cardiomyocytes was used as atrial fibrillation to end spiral wave arrhythmias with light. This method is still in the development stage.
Optogenetic stimulation of spiral ganglion in deaf mice restored auditory activity.
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