(Collective-Evolution) Studies that link Genetically Modified (GM) food to multiple human health ailments are not the only thing that has millions of people questioning the production of GM food. There is fact that previously classified secret government documents exist which show how the Bush administration developed ways to retaliate against countries that were refusing to use GM seeds, for example. If information about our food needs to be concealed from the public domain, then something has gone seriously wrong with the food industry. It’s great to have an organization like WikiLeaks shed some light into the world that’s been hidden from us for so many years.
Targeting Certain Countries
The cables reveal that the State Department was lobbying all over the world for Monsanto and other major biotech corporations. They reveal that American diplomats requested funding to send lobbyists for the biotech industry to meet with politicians and agricultural officials in “target countries.” These included countries in Africa, Latin America, and Europe.–A non-profit consumer protection group called Food & Water Watch published a report showing the details of the partnership between the federal government and a number of biotech companies who have pushed their GMO products on multiple countries for a number of years.
“The United States has aggressively pursued foreign policies in food and agriculture that benefit the largest seed companies. The U.S. State department has launched a concerted strategy to promote agricultural biotechnology, often over the opposition of the public and government, to the near exclusion of other more sustainable, more appropriate agricultural policy alternatives. The U.S. State department has also lobbied foreign governments to adopt pro- agricultural biotechnology politics and laws, operated a rigorous public relations campaign to improve the image of biotechnology and challenged common sense biotechnology safeguards and rules – even including opposing laws requiring the labeling of genetically engineered (GE) foods.” (source)
HERE is one cable (out of many) from Morocco.
HERE is a 2008 cable that summarizes a French documentary called “The World According to Monsanto,” which attacks the U.S. biotech industry and the fact that Monsanto and the U.S. Government constantly swap employees and positions. Below is a excerpt from the cable:
Corporations Dictate Government Policy
“The film argues that Monsanto exerted undue influence on the USG. Former Secretary of Agriculture Dan Glickman is interviewed saying he had felt that he was under pressure and that more tests should have been conducted on biotech products before they were approved. Jeffrey Smith, Director, Institute for Responsible Technology, who is interviewed says that a number of Bush Administration officers were close to Monsanto, either having obtained campaign contributions from the company or having worked directly for it: John Ashcroft, Secretary of Justice, received contributions from Monsanto when he was re-elected, as did Tommy Thompson, Secretary of Health; Ann Veneman, Secretary of Agriculture, was director of Calgene which belonged to Monsanto; and Donald Rumsfeld, Secretary of Defense, was CEO of Searle, a Monsanto subsidiary; and Justice Clarence Thomas was a former lawyer for Monsanto.”[F60]
This is just one example that clearly shows how giant corporations pretty much dictate government policy. These food corporations are responsible for forcing independent agriculturists to go out of business. They control the world’s seed supply, forcing farmers to become dependent on their seed. Monsanto and corporations like it have created patented GMO seeds and are preventing farmers from seed saving and sharing, resulting in a dependence on their genetically modified product.
“The state department sent annual cables to ‘encourage the use of agricultural biotechnology,’ encouraging every diplomatic post worldwide to ‘pursue an active biotech agenda’ that promotes agricultural biotechnology, encourages the export of biotech crops and foods and advocated for pro-biotech policies and laws[F61].” (source)
“The US Department of State is selling seeds instead of democracy. This report provides a chilling snapshot of how a handful of giant biotechnology companies are unduly influencing US foreign policy and undermining our diplomatic efforts to promote security, international development and transparency worldwide. This report is a call to action for Americans because public policy should not be for sale to the highest bidder.” – Wenonah Hauter, Food & Water Watch Executive (source)
One of the most revealing cables is from 2007, it looks at French efforts to ban a Monsanto GM corn variety. HERE is a cable that shows Craig Stapleton, former ambassador to France under the Bush administration, asking Washington to punish the EU countries that did not support the use of GM crops:
“Country team Paris recommends that we calibrate a target retaliation list that causes some pain across the EU since this is a collective responsibility, but that also focuses in part on the worst culprits. Moving to retaliation will make clear that the current path has real costs to EU interests and could help strengthen European pro-biotech voices.” (see source in above paragraph)
The U.S. government was not only working for the biotech industry, they were also threatening other governments who did not comply. Think about that for a moment. Over the years the United States government and Monsanto have collectively pushed their GMO agenda upon the rest of the world. Why? Do you really think it is to help feed the world? This could easily be achieved if we came together and pooled our resources. The entire planet could have access to organic food and it could be done for free.
The World’s Resistance To GMOs
The past two years alone have seen millions of people from across the globe gather to show their opposition towards Monsanto and similar corporations. The “March Against Monsanto” is clear evidence of this. The people of the world are starting to see through the veil that’s been blinding the masses for years, and our food industry is one small but important area where that veil is being lifted.
Activism and awareness have contributed to the banning of GMO products and the pesticides that go with them in multiple countries across the planet, it’s time for North America to follow suit.
Link between a mitochondrial defect and heart disease
Diet rich in fatty acids can prevent heart disease and increase survival of the mice with this condition, study shows– A defect in a vital mitochondrial process in heart cells causes a type of dilated cardiomyopathy, a heart condition that in humans leads in most cases to heart disease and premature death. The research was undertaken by teams at the Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares Carlos III (CNIC) in Madrid and at the Research Institute CECAD/Max Planck in Cologne (Germany), with the participation of the University Hospital Fundación Jiménez Díaz and the CEU in Madrid. The study, published today in Science, uncovers the key role of the protein YME1 in the regulation of the number, type and shape of mitochondria, and demonstrates that its absence induces a metabolic defect typical of patients with heart disease. The study also shows that metabolic strategies based on diet are sufficient to restore correct heart function, opening the possibility of future treatments for patients with this disease.- The heart is the organ responsible for pumping blood and supplying nutrients and oxygen to all organs and cells of the body. The cells charged with these functions are the cardiomyocytes, explains Jaime García-Prieto, joint first author of the study together with his counterpart in Germany, Timothy Wai. Jaime points out that correct heart function requires large amounts of energy; every day the heart burns approximately 20 times its weight in the form of ATP (the molecular energy source), beats more than 100,000 times, and pumps approximately 8000 kg of blood. Therefore any failure in the supply of energy to the heart results decreases the organ’s pumping capacity, leading to heart failure and eventually death. -. – The major part of the energy necessary for cellular activity is provided by mitochondria. These cellular structures act as ‘power stations’, producing energy from the metabolism of organic ‘fuels’, including sugars, lipids (fatty acids) and amino acids. Lack of a substrate or a failure in the coordinated biochemical processes of energy production has lethal consequences for the cell, and in the case of cardiomyocytes, for the patient.
A common disease —- Dilated cardiomyopathy is a relatively common disease in which the heart enlarges and loses contractile strength. In most cases, the disease causes heart failure (the inability of the heart to efficiently pump blood to meet the body’s needs), and in terminal phases a heart transplant is required to avoid death. Although the condition can develop at any age, it is most common in people aged 40 to 50 years and affects 3 to 10 per 100,000 of the general population. There are currently no specific treatments, and it is therefore essential to “understand the underlying mechanisms,” explains Borja Ibáñez M.D., Ph.D., CNIC researcher, Cardiologist at the University Hospital Fundación Jiménez Díaz, and joint lead author on the study together with Thomas Langer of the Max Planck Institute.–In healthy people, cardiomyocytes consume much more fatty acids than sugars, because of the higher energy content of lipids. This situation is reversed in heart failure patients. Dr. Ibáñez explains that “To date, this was thought to be a defense mechanism, but the prolonged use of glucose by cardiomyocytes may instead be the cause of disease progression.”[F62]
The research teams used several genetic and dietary approaches to try to reverse this mitochondrial dysfunction and thus prevent dilated cardiomyopathy. One approach involved feeding a high-fat diet to mice with the mitochondrial defect. As García-Prieto explains, the goal was to “force the heart cells to consume more fatty acids than sugars, and thus ‘bypass’ the mitochondrial defect.” The researchers observed that the high-fat diet restored normal cell metabolism and that despite the presence of the mitochondrial [F63]defect the heart regained its normal function. The results of the study demonstrate that this approach impedes disease development and increases the lifespan of mice with the mitochondrial defect.
The prevention of dilated cardiomyopathy in a mouse model by feeding a high-fat diet signals an advance in the understanding of the mechanisms involved in heart disease and has implications for the future development of treatments for this condition. Ibáñez considers that “this result confirms the need to dedicate more resources to basic research that advances knowledge of biological systems at the molecular level, in order to understand them better and thus be able to resolve the problems that arise in patients.”——-There is a need that research advises for the need to investigate more thoroughly the interpretation of these results: “We know that a diet rich in fats is a benefit to health because of research showing the many sides to fat from regulating hormones to fighting infections to the use of energy production and sustaining to brain health The possibility that such a diet might be beneficial in certain cases of heart disease is very provocative and attractive. However, much translational research needs to be done before these results can be considered definitive. Nonetheless, this multicenter research program should continue, and perhaps over the medium term we will be in a position to answer this question and perhaps eventually overthrow another established paradigm.”———-The next step is to research the effect of dietary intervention in patients with dilated cardiomyopathy. This study will be completed over the coming years, indicates Dr. Ibáñez, thanks to CNIC projects run in partnership with specialist hospitals, such as the joint program between the CNIC and the University Hospital Fundación Jiménez Díaz in Madrid. This project, coordinated Ibañez, investigates the application and benefits in patients with heart disease and other conditions. For Fuster, “This is a clear example of the type of the collaborative and translational research favored by the CNIC, in which research groups with different interests and perspectives collaborate on clinical problems that would not be easily resolved by teams working in isolation.”-Story Source-The above post is reprinted from materials provided by Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares. -Journal Reference-T. Wai, J. Garcia-Prieto, M. J. Baker, C. Merkwirth, P. Benit, P. Rustin, F. J. Ruperez, C. Barbas, B. Ibanez, T. Langer. Imbalanced OPA1 processing and mitochondrial fragmentation cause heart failure in mice. Science, 2015; 350 (6265): aad0116 DOI: 10.1126/science.aad0116 -Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares. “Link between a mitochondrial defect and heart disease: Diet rich in fatty acids can prevent heart disease and increase survival of the mice with this condition, study shows.” ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 3 December 2015. <www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/12/151203150114.htm>.
Curry Derivative J147 Beats Aricept for Alzheimer’s
Salk Institute’s J147 is a derivative of turmeric, a spice used in curry. It beat Aricept (donepezil) in several memory tests. It may also benefit Parkinson’s, Huntington’s, ALS & vascular dementia. Learn how it quickly reverses memory deficits and slows Alzheimer’s in mice.
LA JOLLA, CA—A drug developed by scientists at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, known as J147, reverses memory deficits and slows Alzheimer’s disease in aged mice following short-term treatment. –J147 was developed at Salk in the laboratory of David Schubert, a professor in the Cellular Neurobiology Laboratory. He said,
“It’s been known for a long time that people in India don’t get very much Alzheimer’s relative to what happens in the United States and the rest of the world.–“One of the curiosities about the diet in India is that they eat a lot of curry. A major spice in curry is turmeric. A major component of turmeric is curcumin.
“Curcumin has been around for a while. It is an FDA-Approved drug for cancer. A friend of mine in Los Angeles, Greg Cole, found that if you give curcumin to very similar mice to what this study’s author has been using, they get they get a little better, the (Alzheimer’s) plaques go away.–“The problem with curcumin is that it is not a great drug, in the sense that it gets degraded very rapidly. It’s availability is quite low in the bloodstream and the brain.–“We decided to make a better version of this. We did a lot of medicinal chemistry. We came up with J147.”–Lead study author Marguerite Prior, a research associate in Salk’s Cellular Neurobiology Laboratory, added,-“J147 is an exciting new compound because it really has strong potential to be an Alzheimer’s disease therapeutic by slowing disease progression and reversing memory deficits following short-term treatment.”–Because of its broad ability to protect nerve cells, the researchers believe that J147 may also be effective for treating other neurological disorders, such as Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), as well as vascular dementia from stroke, although their study did not directly explore the drug’s efficacy as a therapy for those diseases. -The findings, published in the journal Alzheimer’s Research and Therapy, may pave the way to a new treatment for Alzheimer’s disease in humans. -despite years of research, scientists are still seeking the first disease-modifying drugs for Alzheimer’s. Current FDA-approved medications, including Aricept®, Razadyne® and Exelon® (generic donepezil, galantamine and rivastigmine), offer only fleeting short-term benefits for Alzheimer’s patients, but they do nothing to slow the steady, irreversible decline of brain function that erases a person’s memory and ability to think clearly. Professor Schubert and his colleagues bucked the trend within the pharmaceutical industry, which has focused on the biological pathways involved in the formation of amyloid plaques, the dense deposits of protein that characterize the disease. Instead, the Salk team used living neurons grown in laboratory dishes to test whether their new synthetic compounds, which are based upon natural products derived from plants, were effective at protecting brain cells against several pathologies associated with brain aging. From the test results of each chemical iteration of the lead compound, they were able to alter their chemical structures to make them much more potent. Although J147 appears to be safe in mice, the next step will require clinical trials to determine whether the compound will prove safe and effective in humans. –“Alzheimer’s disease research has traditionally focused on a single target, the amyloid pathway,” says Schubert, “but unfortunately drugs that have been developed through this pathway have not been successful in clinical trials. Our approach is based on the pathologies associated with old age-the greatest risk factor for Alzheimer’s and other neurodegenerative diseases-rather than only the specificities of the disease.” Salk scientists developed J147, a synthetic drug shown to improve memory and prevent brain damage in mice with Alzheimer’s disease.
To test the efficacy of J147 in a much more rigorous preclinical Alzheimer’s model, the Salk team treated mice using a therapeutic strategy that they say more accurately reflects the human symptomatic stage of Alzheimer’s. Administered in the food of 20-month-old genetically engineered mice, at a stage when Alzheimer’s pathology is advanced, J147 rescued severe memory loss, reduced soluble levels of amyloid, and increased neurotrophic factors essential for memory, after only three months of treatment. —In a different experiment, the scientists tested J147 directly against Aricept (generic donepezil), the most widely prescribed Alzheimer’s drug, and found that it performed as well or better in several memory tests. –“In addition to yielding an exceptionally promising therapeutic, both the strategy of using mice with existing disease and the drug discovery process based upon aging are what make the study interesting and exciting,” says Schubert, “because it more closely resembles what happens in humans, who have advanced pathology when diagnosis occurs and treatment begins.” Most studies test drugs before pathology is present, which is preventive rather than therapeutic and may be the reason drugs don’t transfer from animal studies to humans. –Prior and her colleagues say that several cellular processes known to be associated with Alzheimer’s pathology are affected by J147, including an increase in a protein called brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), which protects neurons from toxic insults, helps new neurons grow and connect with other brain cells, and is involved in memory formation. Postmortem studies show lower than normal levels of BDNF in the brains of people with Alzheimer’s. -The Salk researchers say that J147, with its memory enhancing and neuroprotective properties, along with its safety and availability as an oral medication, would make an “ideal candidate” for Alzheimer’s disease clinical trials. They are currently seeking funding for such a trial.
Other researchers on the study were Richard Dargusch, Jennifer L. Ehren and Chandra Chiruta, of the Salk Institute.
The work was supported by the Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation, the Bundy Foundation, the Fritz Burns Foundation, the George E. Hewitt Foundation, the Alzheimer’s Association, and the National Institutes of Health.
[F1]Another name for these are quantum dots which are a cluster of nano crystals that form clusters and look like dots due to the volume of crystals
[F2]I always Like how there is always a benefit to a technology that has serious safety issues or serious health issues for the general public and as a general public duped into thinking and accepting this as a good thing
[F3]Back to nano tech and the smallness of the technologyis supposed to convey because it is small has no issues
[F4]Here I thought this is what a normal functioning immune system does allocates problems and sends out signals to correct~ this sounds like something to replace the normal functions of what occurs as part of the human biology
[F5]This is not nano unless the numbers of micron is 1 micron = 1000nanometers another name is a millicron or 1/1000 = nano
[F6]We will now have a robotech to enter into the body which they themselves say they have a hard time navigating which would also imply a inability to retract the technology which also implies it could be lost in the body and embed
[F7]Would mean the investigation should be determining what foods are being consumed and what genetics are in those foods and nano and other adulterants or even biological agents such as glyphosates and other plant fumicides that may penetrate the tissues and not be able to be washed off due to there integration into the tissues of the plants
[F8]Would call this a weaponizing of food~ look at the sophistication of this 31 food borne hazards effect 600million food born illness this is an incredible weapon ~ no one would suspect and everyone would be impacted
[F9]This sound a lot like cancer ~ this is about the same statistic in regard to what happens when treated for cancer you usually lose about 30-40 years of your life
[F10]The question arises then wat if they don’t ~ or what happens when an explosion as a result of a infrared light should cause an unwanted release where do these particles go and how much is buried in healthy tissues and how much is actually retrieved
[F11]Would appear cancer has been able to negate nano tech by binding with the tech and to stop if from running it’s designed program
[F12]In other words cancer cured but the causative factors can return it –just like a cold validating that cancers are curable just with the right conditions can be returned giving one a false impression that you can only go into remission not cure
[F13]A possible method to deal with topical skin cancers and with a green laser which breaks down grapheme may assist with this as well
[F14]Middle East would have a high heat range and flies would seek a cooler environment~ what is seen on this child’s face is a nanobiological agent that is being tested on this culture –in other words they are weaponizing nano tech as a means of exterminating and eliminating all traces of a culture or species
[F15]Interesting in other words nothing there to potentially remove or treat these people and at the accelerating of the effects of nano weaponary there cultural termination is going to be accelerated
[F16]Where it was released
[F17]Seems a tad coincidental ~ and I do not believe in coincidences- that all of a sudden militaries from all over Europe and Russia and possibly china are now voluntarily going there this would be a disaster for any soldier on any front to be exposed to this or they would be eliminated
[F18]Important to sustain healthy myeling throughout the body especially brain and CNS and Vertebrate
[F19]Cytoplasm- Cytoplasm has three basic functions within the cells of living organisms. Made of three basic components, cytoplasm is a medium of suspension for the organelles in the cell. The function of cytoplasm is also a means of transport for genetic material and the products of cellular respiration. As cytoplasm is a fluid, it acts as a buffer, protecting the cell’s genetic material and organelles from damage due to movement or collision with other cells.
[F20]Growth Factors area or origin and the different types of growth factors
[F21]These are building blocks of myelin fat and protein or shuar and protein
[F22]Composition of Myelin with fat and protein
[F23]Compostion of Myelin with sugar and protein
[F24]Salt is required to stimulate the Jumping action or the conductivity action between the nodes to transfer signals
[F25]Health Benefits of Polysaccharides (Generally)
Note that each individual type of Polysaccharide possesses specific potential health benefits.
Polysaccharides are claimed to be the body’s best source of Carbohydrate-derived Energy:
– Polysaccharides are slowly reverted back to Monosaccharides within the body, eventually forming Glucose which is then oxidized (burned for Energy) at the same rate at which it is produced.
– Polysaccharides are also involved in the production of Energy through the production of Volatile Saturated Fatty Acids (including Acetic Acid, Butyric Acid and Propionic Acid) from fermenting Polysaccharides within the Large Intestine.
These Substances may Enhance the Function of Polysaccharides
Amylase enables Polysaccharides to be split into shorter-chain length units of Dextrin in the mouth before further processing in the Pancreas by Pancreatic Amylase.
Beneficial Bacteria in the Large Intestine cause the fermentation of Polysaccharides which results in the endogenous manufacture of Volatile Saturated Fatty Acids.
[F26]e-cigarette smoke contains the toxic element chromium, absent from traditional cigarettes, as well as nickel at levels four times higher than normal cigarettes. In addition, several other toxic metals such as lead and zinc were also found in secondhand e-cigarette smoke
Read more at http://scienceblog.com/74132/e-cigarette-smoke-found-contain-toxic-metals/#2kiomd3E94PBQ6th.99
[F27]The particulate must be in either micron or nano in size to be able to cause issue ~ and if the element is heating this then as it gets drawn in by the smoker the pollutants then would be more concentrated or more altered due to the chemical mix and the heat
[F28]This is another indication that the awareness of nano usage is limited to the companies employing these techniques and that they are not even aware of the potential dangers and issues to this tech
[F29]Sunlight~ once exposed to sunlight in the environment can be destructive and break down
[F30]This is the sell on the use of nano in the food supply but the reality is they are using nanosilver which accumulates in the system –they will use this in meats and packaging and even on produce to sustain the longevity of the food
[F31]Provided they come out at all ~ there is some that comes out but the bulk gets trapped in the skeletal tissues-brain-liver~ spleen and liver and the kidneys get overloaded in the filtering them out
[F32]Clears OUT 100 Percent
[F33]This is always the sales pitch how this technology will be a saving grace of some kind or some high end benefit~ more then likely this information will be used in a form of weaponize technology whereby something moving this fast with the right frequency modulation can be used to maybe perhaps vapourize and opposing adversary or a means to control a conquered country or to be used in potentially more of a destructive capacity maybe to even enhance a nuclear device~ never is anything released with out some military application
[F34]Measuring heat transfer of nano particles based on distance and materials
[F35]In simple English this would imply on that scale the heat with be excessively extreme
[F36]So at nano radiation or EM can be 100times more then normal
[F37]In electromagnetics, an evanescent field, or evanescent wave, is an oscillating electric and/or magnetic field which does not propagate as an electromagnetic wave but whose energy is spatially concentrated in the vicinity of the source (oscillating charges and currents).
[F38]This is a stimulus or a response to indicate that there is damage or something that is there to cause the response ~ a pollutant~ possibly a sugar~ or chemical which the system would normally recognize but does not and then cause this growth stimulus~ even a programmed nano which is looking to self replicate may stimulate this effect so it can attach itself to those cells and spread further the tumours to be more or mature~ of late when they are removing tumours there is the discovery that there are chips in the tumours
[F39]Notice there is always that reference to Drugs that can be developed yet to date with all the breakthroughs in science and alternatives to the mainstream science the concept of just reducing the cause or removing the cause altogether does not get expressed whatsoever and in fact all there is is the drug option
[F40]Of course this would not be what would be suggested since most people by now realize fluoride cause a implosion of the teeth by the way they accumulate in the tooths construct—reduce the brushing and increase rinces with minerals and oil pulling practices~ reduction of junk foods and grains that are genetic and any other synthetic or radiated foods that would cause skeletal damage to the body which would effect oral would be the better alternatives
[F41]Sulfatide- also known as 3-O-sulfogalactosylceramide, SM4, or sulfated galactocerebroside, is a class of sulfolipids, specifically a class of sulfoglycolipids, which are glycolipids that contain a sulfate group a major lipid component of myelin sheath, participates in diverse cellular events of the CNS, and its cellular level has recently been implicated in many inflammation-associated neuronal diseases
[F42]Sulfatide, or sulfated galactocerebroside, is a glycosphingolipid found at high concentrations exclusively in the brain, kidney, and spleen (1, 2). In the nervous system, sulfatide is especially enriched in myelin, which is a specialized multilamella membrane with a small number of specific proteins and lipids. More than 70% of myelin are composed of lipid constituents, and almost 30% of myelin lipids are comprised of sulfatide and its nonsulfated precursor galactocerebrosides (3). Increasingly, reports have suggested that sulfatide has important functions not only as a structural component of membranes but also in diverse biological processes, including developmental signaling, axon-myelin interactions, regulation of cell growth, protein trafficking, cell adhesion, and neuronal plasticity (4, 5).
[F43] A small extracellular cavity or space within tissues.
[F44]Acid is required to break down the myelin
[F45]Basically sugars and Fat
[F46]Peripheral Nervous System
[F47]Central Nervous System
[F49]Arginine involvement in myelin in myelin basic protein
[F50]The foundation of the template for the myelin
[F51]3 Aminos present here tyrosine threonine and serine in with phophorus
[F52]a phosphorus inositol with cysteine and leucine produces the membrane ~ so a potential combination maybe a leucine with a cysteine in sunflower lecithin combination where the body can utilize the phosphorus and the inositol in the sunflower lecithin and adding leucine and cysteine to it
[F53]modifications include sulfation, phosphorylation and acylation. Basically the elements to trigger a reaction or to integrate components to create a reaction
/gam·mop·a·thy/ (gam-op´ah-the) abnormal proliferation of the lymphoid cells producing immunoglobulins; the gammopathies include multiple myeloma, macroglobulinemia, and Hodgkin’s disease
[F55]Enzyme In Myelin- aminohydroxylase, an enzyme operating on a substrate of unknown metabolic significance, also is enriched in myelin.
[F56]Several proteolytic activities have been identified in purified myelin; the presence of neutral protease activity is well documented.
[F57]Phosphoprotein phosphatases are also present
[F58]An acetyl group
[F59]B5 is in this part of the Co enzyme A —-Amino Acids
By exchanging across sub-cellular membranes, Acetyl-L-Carnitine (ALC) serves as a pool of acetyl groups to regenerate Acetyl-
Coenzyme A from free Coenzyme A. references
Caprylic Acid is rapidly reduced to Coenzyme A in the Liver.
Metabolites of Vitamin B5 (in its Pantethine form) are essential components of the Coenzyme A molecule
Coenzyme A combines with Acetic Acid (derived from endogenous Pyruvic Acid) to form Acetyl Coenzyme A.
[F60]Political leaders who sold out to the corporacy of Monsanto
[F61]This almost sounds like an organizing of a affront on the planet to create a system of attack in regard to using food as a means of control
[F62]Sugar causes the undermining of the heart
[F63]Fat restores the Heart