Vit D supplements associated with less dementia risk. Large study.
Get your sunshine on! Good in many ways. Or full spectrum light.
Lower Dementia Incidence Linked with Vitamin D Supplements [use of supplements], by Judy George, March 1, 2023, medpagetoday.com.
Avoiding glyphosate is also a likely need as it can negatively affect vitamin D metabolism. Adequate protein and magnesium are also needed for good vitamin D levels - of both the inactive 25-D form and the active 1, 25- D form which is measured less often but is more important.
Adequate protein and phospholipids are needed in order to have good magnesium levels. Protein carriers hold a backstock of nutrients in their inactive forms — low protein diet? Then you can't have a backstock of many minerals and some vitamins even if you might be swallowing pills every day or eating good food sources.
In my research on potential causal factors of autism I found that it seems to be a very similar problem to Alzheimer’s in many ways (not all, just similarities in dysfunction). This is one of my unfinished book drafts: Do It Yourself Health: Preventative Health for Multifactorial Disorders (google document) (pdf in my Dropbox) *some sections are in yellow to tell me that I moved them into my Tipping the Clock Toward Health book on LeanPub.
The short story is - if you want to prevent Alzheimer’s then treat yourself as well as a prenatal woman would care for a growing fetus. Methyl B’s, all B’s including choline, vitamin D, trace minerals, particularly magnesium, Dimethylglycine and avoid glyphosate and organophosphates and other volatile chemicals like formaldehyde and smog. Have adequate omega 3 fatty acids (EPA/DHA) and not too much omega 6 seed oils and total saturated fat above 10% of calories. Drink plenty of water, have black-out dark sleep and full spectrum light in the day/morning. My new Prenatal/Child page on jenniferdepew.com includes food sources for all the B vitamins towards the end of the LOOOONNNNNG page. Just scroll to find what is of interest.
An excerpt from my Tipping the Clock book is in a post about artemisinin for CoV.
The book is in very early stages but is on a platform where you can get an e-copy early (minimum price Free, Leanpub/Tipping The Clock Toward Health) and then be informed of updates with an email subscription. I’m copying the artemisinin section here in case it may be helpful. The theme of the book is not CoV specific so the excerpt is also including it within a larger topic.
See: Artemisinin, arteannuin-B, sgp130Fc and COVID-19 - by Jenny (substack.com)
In my spare time I plan to rework that book draft to include the pomegranate and other CoV information and some recipes. Problem is I don’t have much spare time.
Thread regarding: How vaccines cause autism; by IgE Synth @ Synthige on Twitter.
Prenatally, mom's previous vaccines may have created a cow's milk protein sensitivity that leads to reduced folate for a developing fetal brain later on. Folate is critically important for brain and spinal cord development. Or read the Substack for layreaders: Cow's milk protein contaminated vaccines cause 75% of autism cases (substack.com)
Milk protein fragments in vaccines can cause antibodies against the dairy protein.
Test for FRA antibodies - the pregnant woman and child would benefit from avoiding dairy products if there is an immune reaction occurring against bovine/dairy proteins. The FRA antibodies react to a similar human protein involved in folate metabolism, leading to folate deficiency which in a developing fetal brain leads to autistic changes.
Avoiding dairy can reduce congestion problems if those are present they might have been due to sensitivity to dairy. Removing dairy from the diet may improve other behavior symptoms of autism too. Supplementing with folinic acid is recommended in the Thread.
Folinic acid is a naturally occurring form of folate that may be found in food.
“Folinic acid (5-formyl tetrahydrofolate) is one active form in the group of vitamins known as folates. In contrast to folic acid (which is a synthetic form of folate), folinic acid is found naturally in foods. In the body, folinic acid can be converted into any of the other active forms of folate.” (Shea, et al., 2014)
‘Folic Acid and Folinic Acid for Reducing Side Effects in Patients Receiving Methotrexate for Rheumatoid Arthritis.’
It is frequently claimed that “vaccines don’t cause autism” but that was never proven. The Committees to investigate it came back with inconclusive due to lack of enough evidence to either prove or disprove the theory.
The DTaP vaccine arrived around 1991 to put a date on it. Babies born prior to 1991 would not have had mothers who had received it prior to the pregnancy.
What the information also suggests though, is that any woman with methylation gene defects, or a diet very low in folate, may have increased risks for their children to have had autistic changes occur during their fetal development. Prenatal vitamins and all vitamins should really be in the active folate form, not inactive folic acid.
And only tangentially related - anyone who had been given Remdesivir may be helped by self-detoxing with methyl or hydroxycobalamin to help the body remove the cynanide that the Remdesivir likely left behind. The methyl group from cobalamin will swap for the cyanide and then the cyanocobalamin can be excreted in urine.
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