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Supplements whilst on Low/no Vit A diet

@daniil I was thinking about going to tanning bad like 2 times a week. It's probably next best thing after sun. Better than pills if that tanning bed has full spectrum spectrum like sun.. I am using near infrared sauna mainly in the winter. I have 4 infrared bulbs. Now when I think about it. I should change twho of them for UV like you have. So I can have D3 from it as well..

Quote from Jiří on October 12, 2021, 3:25 am

@daniil Yes "the sun is better" everybody knows that but how this info is helpful to people who simply can't get enough sunlight because they don't live in Florida LOL... So just because sun is better people who don't see the sun like 6 months in a year shouldn't take D3 capsules? I wouldn't take D3 living in California that's for sure.. Here in Czech Republic basically from now to end of march people have no sunlight. They go to work and it's dark. They go out of work and it's dark and if they can be outside and the sun is up. It's not strong enough and it's cold. Nobody will run around naked.. Btw not just PUFA are problem when you are exposed to sunlight. It can be also iron, vit A, low melanin synthesis for whatever reason. But most importantly sunlight is simply source of oxidative damage to the skin and if your body is not healthy and can't handle extra oxidative stress from that sunlight it's not good for you.. When I feel like shit on the sun I know my body can't handle that UVA/UVB damage to the skin.. It's very rare for me to feel good on the sun..

Well, looking from the bright side: low levels of vit D makes your immune system more active - just make sure you feed it with enough calories to compensate decreased buffering between endotoxin and its receptors. 😉

Main PUFAs problem is that they raise chronic toxicity if become effective as an antibiotic so again if you consume not enough calories they will indirectly spike stress hormones through overwhelming endotoxin(plus other components like lipid A and gram-positive toxins) stimulation...

 

@rockarolla bro I like your posts about immune system. But if we avoid everything what lowers immune system activity in your eyes. I thing we would be dead. 🙂 Btw what you think about L glutamine? It looks like raw material for white cells so they can do their job? I started taking L glutamine like 3 months ago and I was already sick two times. I think it's working..  Btw so I would start taking 5000iu of D3 with 90-180mcg of K2(mk7).. My calcium intake is very very low. SO hopefully there will be no hypercalcemia.. Btw Is there some list of things that are must for immune system to work? Most people would say D3, vit C, glutamine, zinc etc.. But you would say what? 🙂

Quote from Jiří on October 17, 2021, 8:26 am

@rockarolla bro I like your posts about immune system. But if we avoid everything what lowers immune system activity in your eyes. I thing we would be dead. 🙂 Btw what you think about L glutamine? It looks like raw material for white cells so they can do their job? I started taking L glutamine like 3 months ago and I was already sick two times. I think it's working..  Btw so I would start taking 5000iu of D3 with 90-180mcg of K2(mk7).. My calcium intake is very very low. SO hopefully there will be no hypercalcemia.. Btw Is there some list of things that are must for immune system to work? Most people would say D3, vit C, glutamine, zinc etc.. But you would say what? 🙂

Like first things first: make sure you av. temp is about 37C:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7195085/

This could be done by avoiding so called "cooling foods"(dairy, most fruits and vegetables, too much fiber, etc) and correcting calorie deficiency which in case of high and chronic toxemia/inflammation (symptoms) could be constantly quite high:

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0022030216309213
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6292257/

37C+ is also an independent activator of white blood cells by itself which in turn requires even more energy(calories).

After the above is successfully reached you can experiment with various supplements from the body temperature perspective and even try micro doses of antibiotics (like azithromycin(not more than 10..40mg every 4 days) or minocycline(up to 10..25mg every 2..4 days)) just always make sure they are not dropping temperature or at least always boost calories intake even further to combat the drop.

Zinc could help a bit(in case of its deficiency),  while vit C probably drops the immunity as an alternative(to A and D) strong endotoxin receptor antagonist.

Also watch out for you vitamin D levels - while dropping(ex: during winter) the anti inflammatory buffering between infections/toxins shrinks -> immune system becomes more stimulated and the requirements for calories(primary glucose) spikes...

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@rockarolla I am doing near infrared sauna. That heats my boy really well.. That should kill some bugs right? Btw what you thing about fermented foods like water kefir? Also I would love to try antibiotics, but where I can buy them and which one..

Quote from Jiří on October 18, 2021, 7:10 am

@rockarolla I am doing near infrared sauna. That heats my boy really well.. That should kill some bugs right? 

Yeah but.. unless covered with sufficient calories you can potentially run into elevated stress response from sauna. Sauna can be very useful as a trigger just watch for temperature crash the next day and if it happens current elevation from sauna is a bit too much for your body(this will change in the future as you heal further).

 Btw what you thing about fermented foods like water kefir? 

I think they are useless at best.

Also I would love to try antibiotics, but where I can buy them and which one..

IMO the best abxs are azithromycin, minocycline, clindamycin, bactrim, fosfomycin (*) - they have the first class intracellular penetration+concentration among all others - so should help to temporary clean out chronic pathogens out of immune cells making them less sick and thus much more active (again with higher energy demands).

You can order them online - for ex. recently i've bought another 60 ivermectin tablets from india pharmacy 🙂

(*): https://www.mdpi.com/2079-6382/8/2/54/htm (see Table 1)

 

 

@rockarolla well in sauna at first as my body gets nice and warm. I am fully relaxed and I am sleepy. Once I start sweating if I stay there more than 20 minutes or so. My heart rate starts to increase. I start to breath more. That's the time adrenaline goes up.. Sometimes my blood pressure drops like crazy if I stay too long and sweat out a lot of sodium and sometimes it triggers something for sure, because I would wake up sweating like crazy at night..  

Quote from Jiří on October 18, 2021, 7:48 am

@rockarolla well in sauna at first as my body gets nice and warm. I am fully relaxed and I am sleepy. Once I start sweating if I stay there more than 20 minutes or so. My heart rate starts to increase. I start to breath more. That's the time adrenaline goes up.. Sometimes my blood pressure drops like crazy if I stay too long and sweat out a lot of sodium and sometimes it triggers something for sure, because I would wake up sweating like crazy at night..  

IMO sauna is useless if your temp is already like at 37C as a basal one(super rare this days as everybody around is sick so the new norm became lower)... blood pressure drop could possibly be due to nitric oxide release.

 

@rockarolla yes it's combination of nitrix oxide and low blood volume.. I have issues with hypothyroidsm like forever. So no my body temperature is not even close to 37C.. It's more like even under 36.5 lol... Btw in terms of body temperature. I learn here https://180degreehealth.com/ when you have low metabolism and/or adrenal fatigue and you are cold all the time. Because you basically don't sweat and don't produce much water from low metabolism you need to be very careful with liquid intake.. In my worst one glass of water and I would crash like crazy.. People like that needs to eat more solid foods, more salt and less water and vise versa people with fast metabolism they can and should drink a lot.. I was drinking a lot even in my worse which was hurting me so much, but 8 glasses a day you need to drink they say right.. 🙁

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Quote from Jiří on October 18, 2021, 11:15 am

@rockarolla yes it's combination of nitrix oxide and low blood volume.. I have issues with hypothyroidsm like forever. So no my body temperature is not even close to 37C.. It's more like even under 36.5 lol... Btw in terms of body temperature. I learn here https://180degreehealth.com/ when you have low metabolism and/or adrenal fatigue and you are cold all the time. Because you basically don't sweat and don't produce much water from low metabolism you need to be very careful with liquid intake.. In my worst one glass of water and I would crash like crazy.. People like that needs to eat more solid foods, more salt and less water and vise versa people with fast metabolism they can and should drink a lot.. I was drinking a lot even in my worse which was hurting me so much, but 8 glasses a day you need to drink they say right.. 🙁

Salt is just a very effective antibiotic to create more toxemia from gut-based microbes and temporary raise temperature via corresponding toxins stimulation - ultimately its like taking/injecting any other toxin. Toxins raise body temperature as long as immune system considers body has enough energy reserves (mainly carbs, but fats too, to a degree), or drop it on overstimulation otherwise(bad scenario).

Extra salt intake could also lead to so called "hypothyroidism" without enough calories to back up.

Also I suspect some people removing A from their diet are doing swap with increased stress hormones which are all very anti inflammatory(maybe even more than A) and thus extremely addictive - this could be checked by decreased body temperature aka "hypothyroidism" -  another fake diagnosis fabricated by mainstream medicine to hook people with thyroid meds and which could be clearly corrected with enough calories + avoiding overly stressing toxemia spikes...