Neuropsin, a photoreceptor protein, can control circadian rhythm independent from the brain

Neuropsin, a photoreceptor protein, can control circadian rhythm independent from the brain

Our circadian rhythm is controlled by light, via photoreceptive proteins called “opsins”, like neuropsin and melanopsin.  Humans possess photoreceptors, like neuropsin, in just about every surface and subcutaneous area of the body – adipocytes (fat),...
Air Pollution Increases Inflammation Which Damages Our Genes and Cells

Air Pollution Increases Inflammation Which Damages Our Genes and Cells

New research has linked “Air Pollution Nanoparticles” to brain cancer for the first time. Acute and chronic exposure to the nanoparticles known as ultra-fine particles (UFP’s) has also be found to be linked to a host of other diseases and may be...
The 6 Best Videos Pulling Together Light, Water, Magnetism, and Gratitude

The 6 Best Videos Pulling Together Light, Water, Magnetism, and Gratitude

The truth is, health and disease are both easy to achieve. If you know a few simple techniques and truths, concerning Light, Water, Magnetism, and Gratitude, disease may never become an issue. Biology DOES NOT give a shit about your philosophy when you’re sick. You...