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  1. Jun 2024
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  3. Nov 2023
    1. Inhibition of Glucose uptake in cancer cells. Malignant cells are known to have an enormous glucose uptake. That’s why I tell everybody that has cancer to immediately (a) get on a ketogenic diet, and (b) take High Dose Vitamin C. Note: Cancer cells consume glucose 200 times faster than ordinary cells. If you study cancer you know of the Warburg Effect. This is the aerobic glycolysis effect and it can be seen on PET scans. It’s pretty obvious. Fenbendazole limits cancer cell fueling with sugar by limiting this glucose uptake, decreasing the amount of what are called “glute transporters” (canals that take the glucose into cancer cells from the blood). An enzyme called hexokinase 2 is inhibited as well. This is very important. It helps those tumors to not divide rapidly and prevent sugar from getting in there.

      Sugar (glucose) is the primary fuel for cancer. Fenbendazole limits glucose uptake in cancer cells, limiting growth.

      Also a reason for adopting a ketogenic diet with high dose vitamin c.

    1. for those people who have sleep apnea try gargling with salt water before you 00:14:31 go to bed you may be amazed 40 50 percent of you may say the next morning i don't know what the heck happened but guess what salt water 00:14:42 reduces inflammation so gargling with salt water can be a cure for many of those conditions
      • for: sleep apnea - potential treatment - gargling salt water to reduce inflammation, sleep apnea - potential treatment - eliminate sugar
  4. Oct 2023
  5. Jul 2023
    1. Italian immigrants were welcomed into Louisiana after the Civil War, when the planter class was in desperate need of cheap labor to replace newly emancipated black people, who were leaving backbreaking jobs in the fields for more gainful employment.

      They were sent directly to New Orleans. Here begins the association with African Americans.

  6. Feb 2023
    1. people’s desire for sweet and fatty tasting foods.
      • example
        • people’s desire for sweet and fatty tasting foods
        • In ancestral times,
          • sugar and fat typically signaled positive nutritional value (Ramirez, 1990).
          • Consequently, people’s sensory systems are designed
          • to detect the presence of sugar or fat in food,
          • and the brain’s gustatory centers produce desirable taste sensations
          • when those foods are consumed.
          • This would have served our ancestors well,
          • facilitating the choice of beneficial and nutritious foods.
        • in modern times
          • Many foods found in post-industrialized societies
          • contain processed sugars, hydrogenated oils, and other additives that enhance the taste of the food
          • without adding any nutritional benefits.
          • Foods laden with corn syrup, for example,
          • typically contain high numbers of calories
          • and their regular consumption can result in obesity, diabetes, and other problems.
        • Thus, the mismatch between
        • the features of ancestral versus modern foodstuffs
        • can lead adaptive sensory mechanisms
        • to produce maladaptive physiological consequences.
        • The desire for sweet and fat foods
        • promotes health problems,
        • even when this desire operates in a perfectly normal manner
        • and would produce health benefits
        • in the environment for which it was designed
  7. Jan 2023
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  11. Oct 2020
    1. I n 1790, Haiti’s enslavers saw the Declaration of t he Rights of Man (Article 1: “Men are born and remain free and equal in rights”) as a green light f or t heir i ndependence drive and for t heir demands for new trade relations t o increase their wealth. F ree and affluent bira-cial activists numbering almost 3 0,000 (slightly less t han the White population) started driving for t heir civil r ights. Close to half a mil-lion enslaved Africans, who were producing about half t he world’s sugar and coffee i n the most profitable European colony in the world, heard these curious cries f or r ights and liberty among the i sland’s f ree people. On August 22, 1791, enslaved Africans revolted, i nspired in more ways t han one by Vodou priest Dutty Boukman. They emerged as t he fourth faction in the civil war between White royalists, White independence seekers, and free biracial a ctivist
    1. Arguably what is in­ter­est­ing about Svelte’s approach to state man­age­ment is not the store itself but the auto-sub­scrip­tion that is possible because of the Svelte compiler. By simply appending a $ to a variable inside of a component, e.g. $myVariable, the compiler will know to expect an object with a subscribe method on it and generate the boil­er­plate of sub­scrib­ing and un­sub­scrib­ing for you.
  12. Sep 2020
    1. Links are just <a> elements, rather than framework-specific <Link> components. That means, for example, that this link right here, despite being inside a blob of markdown, works with the router as you'd expect
  13. Aug 2020
  14. Jul 2020
    1. But that's a lot of code to write, so Svelte gives us an equivalent shorthand — an on:message event directive without a value means 'forward all message events'.
    1. preventDefault — calls event.preventDefault() before running the handler. Useful for client-side form handling, for example. stopPropagation — calls event.stopPropagation(), preventing the event reaching the next element passive — improves scrolling performance on touch/wheel events (Svelte will add it automatically where it's safe to do so) capture — fires the handler during the capture phase instead of the bubbling phase (MDN docs) once — remove the handler after the first time it runs self — only trigger handler if event.target is the element itself
    1. Why don't you allow a range without end, like (1..)? There are two advantages. First, we can write ary[1..] instead of ary[1..-1]. The -1 is one of the most I dislike in Ruby. It is very magical, ugly, redundant, and disappointing. I envy Python's ary[1:]. I know that ary.drop(1) is slightly fast, but too long for such a common operation, IMO. Second, we can write (1..).each {|n| ... }.
    1. Shorthand attributes It's not uncommon to have an attribute where the name and value are the same, like src={src}. Svelte gives us a convenient shorthand for these cases: <img {src} alt="A man dances.">
  15. May 2020
  16. Apr 2020
    1. In the first of two enzymatic steps that produce high-glucose syrup as an intermediate to high-fructose syrup and other products, bacterial α-amylase is employed at pH 6–7 and about 105°C to hydrolyze starch purified by wet milling to roughly DE (dextrose equivalent) 10, DE being the percent of reducing end-groups in the aqueous sugar mixture relative to those in pure glucose of the same concentration. This indicates that the average maltooligosaccharide produced has a DP (degree of polymerization) of 10, although the mixture has a very wide DP range. DE 30 or more can be attained if the reaction proceeds to completion, but DE 10 is chosen to minimize the probability of pseudo-crystallization at lower DEs and the extent of alkaline-catalyzed isomerization of the reducing-end glucosyl residue at higher DEs.In the second step, at pH 4.3–4.5 and roughly 60°C, fungal glucoamylase and a small amount of pullulanase (pullulan 6-glucanohydrolase, EC 3.2.1.41), the latter used to rapidly hydrolyze the α-1,6 bonds from the original starch feed, convert the maltooligosaccharide mixture to approximately 96% glucose (dry basis). The remainder is composed of byproducts from α-amylase hydrolysis plus mainly isomaltose [α-glucopyranosyl-(1,6)-glucose] and isomaltotriose from the glucoamylase-catalyzed condensation of glucose.

      If I'm understanding this correctly, all I need is alpha amylase (easily obtainable) and beta amylase (AKA glucoamylase, also obtainable). When buying these, I've found that alpha amylase is advertised as simply amylase, whereas beta amylaze is advertised as glucoamylase

      This mentions both pH and temperature, but fails to mention time. I'd expect it only takes a matter of hours (or less).

  17. Dec 2019
    1. Sugar cane—the sole source of the sweetener—only really flourished in hot, humid regions where temperatures remained above 80 degrees Fahrenheit and where rain fell steadily or farmers had ample irrigation.

      It is difficult to product sugar. So, sugar is expensive and rare.

  18. Nov 2019
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    1. llappearedgladtoseeme,andwillingtohavetheirchildreninstructed.O

      Sproat finds that most of the Natives at Sugar Bush are okay with their children being educated at a school

  21. Dec 2017
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  23. Jan 2017
    1. My wife has learned by experimenting that she can take any cookie recipe, any cake recipe, and reduce the amount of sugar by one third, and it actually tastes better, and it doesn’t ruin the texture. If you go down by a half, then it does. But if you go down by a third, the cookies still come out just as good

      Reduce baking recipes byt a third

    2. My wife has learned by experimenting that she can take any cookie recipe, any cake recipe, and reduce the amount of sugar by one third, and it actually tastes better, and it doesn’t ruin the texture. If you go down by a half, then it does. But if you go down by a third, the cookies still come out just as good

      Reduce baking recipes byt a third

  24. Sep 2016
  25. Jul 2016
    1. spiritual senses of the occultist as are externally perceptible colors to the physical eye. This etheric body can actually be seen by the clairvoyant. It is the principle which calls the inorganic materials into life, which, summoning them from their lifeless condition, weaves them into the thread of life's garment.

      This reminds me of the diabetes and heart disease epidemic. If through forced choice you can engender a species of people to change the make up of their blood through outside chemicals and OVER FEEDING everyone sugar rendering most people diabetic you can in essence control the emerging medical needs of a society dependent on new forms of health care and medicines. The obama care state.

  26. Aug 2015
    1. coming.

      Study questions for this section:

      What roles do sugar and slavery play in the expansion of European empires?

      What diseases devastate Native American peoples?