“Live and Learn”
I hated hearing those words one dreary morning in Vermont when, after a late and hectic night working the hospital wards as a 4th year medical student, I arrived back at the hospital and checked first on my most fragile patient, old Mr. Billings, a 81 year old farmer with cough, fever and new onset severe whole body pain. His wife had been very worried about him and when I bid them both “good night” only 5 hours before, she seemed somewhat relieved by the confidence of the attending doctor, professor “James” (name changed) who declared: “Not to worry. Your husband will be fine.” This assurance was proffered despite the fact that I had pointed out to him some last minute worrisome changes in Mr. Billings’ blood tests and had recommended a CT scan and a steroid course.
But I was only the medical student – lowest man on the totem pole – and perhaps due to it being well past “quitting” time for the professor, he dismissed my findings and concerns, gave me firm orders to do nothing further, left the hospital and now I awaited his return the following morning to round on all our patients. I had to give the professor the tragic news that Mr. Billings had died at 4 AM.
When the professor, (he always insisted that we medical students referred to him deferentially as “professor”) learned that my concerns the night before were valid and astute and should not have been dismissed by him, he nodded at me, gravely congratulated me on my clinical work and then closed the chapter of Mr. Billings’ life with those three words “Live and Learn”. I was mortified and thought, “Easy for you to say. You get to live and learn but not poor Mr. Billings.” To this day, I can’t hear that commonly uttered phrase without grieving a bit for Mr. Billings and his family.
Today, I continue to live and learn and I have good new information to share with you in order, hopefully, to help you and your loved ones continue to do the same!
My patients and colleagues know me to be able to change my mind when new contradicting data is presented. In my mind, I stand firmly on the shifting sands of scientific knowledge. I am confident in what I learn from the analytic process but I am rarely dogmatic.
That by way of introduction to the following three remedies which I had initially not been willing to offer my patients, but now have changed my mind. Briefly, all three of the following remedies initially had serious quality concerns as regards manufacturing and purity issues, they were available on line from dubious sources and simply stated, they had the potential to harm.
Things have changed – each remedy described below now has impressive clinical studies validating them and as importantly, each has certificate of analysis (COA) regarding purity. And I have personally started taking all three remedies and am very impressed.
So, I now recommend each of you add these remedies to your personal protocols.
C15:0 “Fatty” – 15 carbon molecule for ANTI-AGING.
C15:0 is the safest, most effective and most cost-effective anti-aging remedy. There are specific “Clinically Relevant Cellular Benefits” which are measurable so anti-aging remedies can be compared. How do they stack up? C15 has 36 anti-aging benefits (like blocking mTor!) Rapamycin has fewer benefits (32), Metformin even fewer (17) and Omega 3s has only 10. So, scientifically speaking C15 is more beneficial than the far more expensive Rapamycin or Metformin. Interested to learn more?
Study at www.discoverc15.com
C60 – Buckministerfullerene for REGENERATION
C60 is thought to be the most powerful antioxidant because its bucky ball structure quenches pro-oxidant molecules of stress or diseased tissues. C60 neutralizes the free radicals that cause oxidative stress -specifically the superoxide dismutase activity (SOD) which allows regeneration of injured tissues. By scavenging free radicals, C60 allows all tissues in the body to heal naturally.https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5969776/
To learn more, study at https://whatisc60.org/
Methylene Blue for ENERGY (mitochondrial resuscitation)
Methylene blue scavenges free radical electrons in the mitochondria, helping these cellular organelles to generate ATP and facilitate optimal metabolic function. Methylene blue also disrupts biofilms, which protect ineffective organisms like viruses and bacteria, allowing for an antibiotic and antiviral effect. Methylene blue rescues water soluble and fat-soluble tissue, crosses the blood brain barrier and is neuro-protective while enhancing cognition and mood.
For a great summary, watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iq7MWWPfSTY
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Of course, you are all welcome to call and schedule a consultation with me if you have further questions. Call 360-341-2303
Keep learning and Survive and Thrive!