Niacin & fibromyalgia - victim of disinfo by the ChatGPT ; DrOpenAI also caught in a lie, MedPageToday article link.
Niacin would likely help people with fibromyalgia - restricting vitamin A and carotenoids might also help, possibly significantly.
The duplicate question by Ehden is clear evidence that a human is monitoring the chats and modifying the programming to reduce mention of nutrient roles in health. A computer would not change its answer. This is the government or whoever providing false information, misleading information about an essential nutrient. Lack of niacin causes the four D's, dermatitis, diarrhea, dementia, death. <- #TheCulling images of CoV vak injuries had the clear leg rashes of niacin deficiency. Withholding niacin leads to death with a pitstop in delirium first.
Ehden’s question answered a first time:
“Here is what ChatGPT has to say about the relationship between Niacin and Fibromyalgia.
Just in case anyone still think that this whole niacin is my own interpretation ...
PS Love the warning at the end hahaha” (Ehden’s Channel, Telegram):
Ehden’s question answered a second time:
“ChatGPT CANNOT BE TRUSTED.
Compare the answer I received today on THE EXACT SAME QUESTION I asked just a few days ago.
What the hell is going on?” (Ehden’s Channel, Telegram):
‘They use Kenyans apparently🤔,’ “to make ChatGPT less toxic,” - Billy Perrigo, via EM (deNutrientsChat)
Related article: “‘Dr. OpenAI Lied to Me — AI platform has great potential for use in medicine, but huge pitfalls,' says Jeremy Faust, MD” by Emily Hutto, Associate Video Producer January 20, 2023 (MedPageToday.com) “Dr. OpenAI” was what Dr. Faust started calling it because many of the answers were very good - what he called a lie might also be called a search result typo/confabulation. I have noticed that snippets that surface in search results sometimes have combined bits from different references in a multiple list - so a ‘topic’ showing up as related was not really directly related information.
Regarding fibromyalgia and niacin - it would reduce inflammation but finding the cause of inflammation is needed and stop it. In my case it seems to have been Retinoid Toxicity and other food triggers like white potatoes also increased pain and muscle knots.
Other resources: ‘The Puzzle of Fibromyalgia,’ (westonaprice.org) This article is helpful but does not mention that retinoid toxicity may be causal. That is based on my own symptoms when I eat something rich in carotenoids - the symptom flair up feels like it did when fibomyalgia was something I talked to a doctor about. The diagnosis was still new at the time and my specific muscle knots did not match the insurance diagnostic body map. In eating carotenoids and really feeling what I was feeling - everything hurt.
‘Nociceptive pain evaluation - "My everything hurt."‘ (substack.com)
Chewing hurt, my hair follicles hurt, puffy and in pain, for a few days after eating a plant food rich in carotenoids. Eating liver or meat, using milk equivalents fortified with vit A, taking a one-a-day supplements, I would have been getting a lot of sources. At age 38, creaking down the stairs holding both rails supporting some of my weight (puffy sore feet too) I felt like I was 88. I figured some things out and got better in stages. High dose iodine was an early step that I think helped later changes be more effective than if I had tried them first. I was undiagnosed but had symptoms of autoimmune hypothyroidism for many years.
Text books are also manipulated and wrong. Doctors, nurses, others, are trained wrong. It isn’t just the ChatGPT. It is ScienceDirect pages, Wikipedia pages, everything practically.
We need to write new textbooks STAT that are more correct, include the suppressed information and theories, and get some in print.
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The excess arachidonic acid and metabolites is coming from diet possibly but inflammationcauses membrane release of endocannabinoids which breakdown further into Arachidonic acid and its inflammatory, TRP channel activating, metabolites.
The Atlantic also has an article about the ChatGPT and how it may take jobs, or change jobs radically, and….somehow the internet didn’t prove to do that….
This economist must have been asleep at the travel agency or in the back of a taxi. Probably didn’t notice the massive increase in academic literature available at the drop of a search phrase. I used to spend hours looking for under ten articles and maybe a couple of them woud be on topic. Look up topics in a reference book series, find articles on the topic, go hunt the article in the physical journal on the phisical library shelf - then see if it truly is on topic or not.
“Despite altering how we date and talk and read and watch and vote and emote and record our own life stories, launching a zillion businesses, and creating however many fortunes, the internet “fails the hurdle test as a Great Invention,” the economist Robert Gordon argued in 2000, because it “provides information and entertainment more cheaply and conveniently than before, but much of its use involves substitution of existing activities from one medium to another.” Nearly a quarter century later, the internet still hasn’t spurred a productivity revolution.”
‘How ChatGPT Will Destabilize White-Collar Work’ “No technology in modern memory has caused mass job loss among highly educated workers. Will generative AI be an exception?” By Annie Lowrey (TheAtlantic.com)
Disinformation is rampant. I briefly subscribed to The Atlantic to get access to an article, but I canceled it - too biased seeming.
What does that have to do with niacin - or magnesium - or iodine - or glyphosate health risks - or endocrine disruptors - or lots of things. Censorship is tightening like a boa constrictor.
I will skip a snake pic, no one needs that.
Loosen the hold by actively downloading (and organizing) information you find useful because it disappears. Entire databases have disappeared or had sections deleted on nutrient and herbal health topics.
Restricting access to healthy foods and supplements in the name of protecting the consumer from non-standardized products is happening in some nations.
Codex Alimentarium is an old project that seems involved. Press about it is positive. Dr Rema Laibow has other opinions. Pushback by the people is needed, policies don’t work well if too many people and businesses are ignoring the ridiculous rules. Other tactics are forage your local plant world. Most all regions have beneficial species - learn them from books online or at a library.
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