Welcomeaboard wrote:Particularly vitamin a as it has been shown to promote cancer metastasis and depletion of vitamin D3 under over absorbtion. If you deplete the amount of vitamin d 3 in the cell then the tp53 anti cancer gene killer will not turn on and angiogenesis will occur. If you don't take sufficient vitamin k2 the vitamin d3 will not be directed to the bone and can instead calcify in the veins creating artherosclerosis. Zinc is necessary for mmp or matrix metalloproteinase proper regulation as well as the zinc immune system, which can all be screwed by over absorbtion of copper in regards to copper reduces zinc in the body. Then there is magnesium's good qualities as well as what it can do wrong.
The key is proper testing as it determines what is happening in your body not what is happening in some other n=1 body that requires different diets and supplementation due to the different genetics, conditions or diseases in each n=1 body.
I need a system by which I can learn about my own body. What indicators can I monitor to know if I am under/over absorbing vitamin A, D3, k2, zinc, copper, magnesium? Without feedback, I have no way of knowing whether anything I'm doing with diet/supplements are causing harm.
Juliegee wrote:Have you signed up for participation in the study with Dr. Bredesen? Even those not chosen to participate in the actual study will still have the opportunity to be followed by him...getting the feedback you're after. You're not too late to sign up. Feel free to ask questions about it; lots to grasp and the information is somewhat spread out on the site.
Janelle wrote:I've become quite fond of raw sauerkraut, but have been buying it as opposed to making it. That was my secret ingredient to curing my allergies. It looks like the amount of K2 content in the fermentation will depend a lot on the starter culture. Merouleau, do you use a starter at home or just do wild fermentation?
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