Are sulforaphane supplements better than microwaved broccoli sprouts?

Armando asked a good question in Upgrade your brain’s switchboard with broccoli sprouts: “Is there any way to consume sulphorafane in a supplement form? Rather than have to jump so many hops to consume it from broccoli.” That blog post referenced a 2017 study, whose sulforaphane amount was: “100 µmol [17.3 mg] sulforaphane as standardized … Continue reading Are sulforaphane supplements better than microwaved broccoli sprouts?

Papayas and goats test positive for COVID-19

The President of Tanzania John Magufuli exposed one part of the worldwide power grab: The WHO doesn’t like criticism: “We are convinced that the tests are not contaminated with the virus.” Nevermind that this isn’t the cause of all false positives! And there’s no possibility of test results being wrong because: “Tanzania was using test … Continue reading Papayas and goats test positive for COVID-19

Week 5 of Changing an inflammatory phenotype with broccoli sprouts

To follow up Week 4 of Changing an inflammatory phenotype with broccoli sprouts: 1. I didn’t get around to curating a 2019 Spanish review Sorting out the Value of Cruciferous Sprouts as Sources of Bioactive Compounds for Nutrition and Health. Some highlights: “Sprouts represent a valuable source of diverse micronutrients (vitamins, minerals, and amino acids), … Continue reading Week 5 of Changing an inflammatory phenotype with broccoli sprouts

Rolling back your rights and making you obey was clearly the goal

“The virus itself destroyed virtually no jobs. Those jobs, these families, were destroyed by lockdowns ordered by politicians. The most destructive economic event since the second World War. Now we’ve been assured repeatedly that all of this was absolutely necessary. After months of incalculable damage to hundreds of millions of families, the WHO is now … Continue reading Rolling back your rights and making you obey was clearly the goal

In the name of COVID-19: Digital currencies with government surveillance

To follow up Waiting to be officially denied, the UK Financial Times published Rushing out untested digital finance fixes for Covid-19 is folly (requires a subscription) on March 31, 2020: “Due to the protracted nature of the 2008 global financial crisis, the world’s most powerful money-printing institutions were already at the limits of unconventional policy … Continue reading In the name of COVID-19: Digital currencies with government surveillance

Using COVID-19 as a cover story Part II

To follow up Using COVID-19 as a cover story, what other previously unacceptable agendas are now in play? 1. The United Nations is using COVID-19 to advocate a global 10% tax. From the March 27, 2020, document at https://www.un.org/sites/un2.un.org/files/sg_report_socio-economic_impact_of_covid19.pdf: “A large-scale, coordinated and comprehensive multilateral response amounting to at least 10 per cent of global … Continue reading Using COVID-19 as a cover story Part II

Grokking an Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) score

What does it take to empathetically understand, to make a part of oneself, to grok an ACE score? The ACE effort was initiated in 1985 in an era before epigenetics was well-studied. Its artifacts included the ACE pyramid: The historical ACE lifespan continuum on the left began at conception. The pyramid on the right promoted … Continue reading Grokking an Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) score