I get lots of vitamin D by exposing my food to sunlight.
I don't need the weaponized version.
Re: What happens when I'm low in vitamin D?
Mostly likely someone in a white coat measured it in your blood serum and not in your fat cells where it belongs.
All vitamin D isn't created eq... Read More
Alvin (not his real name) had a brain tumor surgically removed.
His skull had been cut wide open, looking something like the retractable hard top on a 1957 Ford Skyliner convertible!
I met Alvin and his mother Celine (not her real name) at a health convention in Pasadena.
We hadn't seen eac... Read More
In 1913, agricultural scientists found that hay dried in direct sunlight fed to goats in indoor cages kept them from developing osteoporosis by increasing their assimilation of calcium.
More and more grains and other food crops were found to do the same.
This was two decades before vitamin D w... Read More
I recently wrote a similar blog entry about selenium ("Three Measurements," Jan 14, 2022).
It's crucial that you grasp the difference between the qualitative status of a mineral versus its quantitative status.
The same goes for vitamins, hormones, enzymes, herbs, and drugs.
Copper is ... Read More
Off-grid living is frowned on by the Surveillance State.
In 2019, the Cali-fool-ya government sweet talked people into going solar with promises, promises, promises ...
"The California Solar Initiative (CSI) is a solar rebate program for California residents who purchase their power serv... Read More