Metallothionein

Metallothionein (MT) is a family of cysteine-rich proteins localized in the membrane of the Golgi apparatus (an organelle in eukaryotic cells). MT can bind with most physiological and xenobiotic heavy metals and MT plays a role in protecting against metal toxicity and oxidative stress. MT also plays a part in transcription factor regulation, and so defects in MT function may lead to malignant transformation of cells and ultimately cancer. Metallothionein also has a part in controlling oxidative stress, metal storage, transportation, binding, and detoxification.

Source: Metallothionein – Wikipedia

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Recommended MT-Promotion Formulation

Glutathione 200.0 mg
Alanine 16.8 mg
Asparagine 5.5 mg
Aspartic Acid 8.5 mg
Glutamic Acid 12.0 mg
Glutamine 4.4 mg
Glycine 11.6 mg
Isoleucine 4.0 mg
Lysine 35.7 mg
Methionine 6.3 mg
Proline 7.0 mg
Serine 27.4 mg
Threonine 8.6 mg
Valine 2.2 mg
Selenium** 200.0 mcg (as selenomethionine)

book: www.amazon.com/Nutrient-Power-Heal-Biochemistry-Brain-ebook/dp/B00J75IQUA

All About Xylitol

Xylitol is a chemical compound and can be classified as a polyalcohol and sugar alcohol, specifically alditol. Xylitol is used as a food additive, often replacing sugar in foods. It occurs in several fruits and humans and animals naturally make trace amounts during the metabolism of carbohydrates. Xylitol is also produced commercially by fermentation of discarded biomass. Xylitol is water-soluble and like most sugar alcohols, xylitol is achiral. Xylitol has negligible effects on blood sugar because it is metabolized independently of insulin. There are no serious health risks for normal consumption. Increased xylitol consumption can increase oxalate, calcium, and phosphate excretion in urine. About 50% of eaten xylitol is not absorbed by the intestines in humans. Instead, 50–75% of this amount is fermented by gut bacteria to short-chain organic acids and gases. The liver metabolizes 50% of absorbed xylitol. The main metabolic route in humans is: in cytoplasm, nonspecific NAD-dependent dehydrogenase (polyol dehydrogenase) transforms xylitol to D-xylulose. Specific xylulokinase phosphorylates it to D-xylulose-5-phosphate. This then goes to pentose phosphate pathway for further processing.

Source: Xylitol – Wikipedia

Metallothionein

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Recommended MT-Promotion Formulation

Glutathione 200.0 mg
Alanine 16.8 mg
Asparagine 5.5 mg
Aspartic Acid 8.5 mg
Glutamic Acid 12.0 mg
Glutamine 4.4 mg
Glycine 11.6 mg
Isoleucine 4.0 mg
Lysine 35.7 mg
Methionine 6.3 mg
Proline 7.0 mg
Serine 27.4 mg
Threonine 8.6 mg
Valine 2.2 mg
Selenium** 200.0 mcg (as selenomethionine)

book: www.amazon.com/Nutrient-Power-Heal-Biochemistry-Brain-ebook/dp/B00J75IQUA

Heavy metal Detox, Chealation, the cube, by Quick silver, Mercury, Led

check the full interview (not done yet)

summery:

get tested at Q-silver for a bundle including mercury

test for retention toxicity (kidney damage)`

leaky gut + high mercury => damage

sea food, get the small fish (down the food chain)

inhalation mercury, not a big problem

GI inflammation => more toxins secreted through the kidney, cause kidney overload

if you then try to chealate, more damage occur

first restore Liver-GI path, main mercury excretion is through fecal meter

Binders:
heavy metal – IMG,Chlorela …
endotoxins binders – charchol (get most micotoxins, except Aflatoxins)

Aflatoxins (by fungi), mold toxins -clay

1 getting the drainage to work (kidney, liver-GI)

a support GI with the above binders
b liver support Dendeline + milk thistele, as tea (herbs) or supplement e.g Now Silymarin , Bitters
3 kidney – Solidogo (golden rode) is best, cranberry (diuretic) get diuretics like tea and coffee+ drink a lot

2 moving the heavy metal out of the cell (gene up-regulation)

2 stages:

get glutataion(lipozomal or precursors)

NRF2 up regulation boost glutataion s transferese which gets stuff from the cell to the glutataion:

a r-lipoic acid
b polypanols
c sulfor based compounds (from crucifix, garlic, onion and other alliums)

pulse when up regulating gene expression

e.g. 5 days on 2 days of

MEPF|PEMF detox whats this?