I wanted to take a look at G6PD , Roundup ready .... if there could be a connection.
G6PD deficiency is an inherited condition in which the body doesn't have enough of the enzyme glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase, or G6PD, which helps red blood cells (RBCs) function normally. This deficiency can cause hemolytic anemia, usually after exposure to certain medications, foods, or even infections.
If you can get through this vimeo. Dr. Huber talks about a pathogen that infects mycelia, and that it is a soil pathogen. What it is could be the sugar cell in the this microbe causing increased mycelia. It is found in the fungus itself.
Glyphosate's mode of action is to inhibit an enzyme involved in the synthesis of the aromatic amino acids: tyrosine, tryptophan and phenylalanine. It is absorbed through foliage and translocated to growing points. Because of this mode of action, it is only effective on actively growing plants; it is not effective as a pre-emergence herbicide.
above from glyco link.
You know we have trouble the the tryptophan and phenylalanine, which is an un natural amino acid. Aromatic amino acids are flavinoids, these are artificial or synthetic put in foods.
so, just like apartame, this causes issues with natural genes.
Notice it affects the skin pigment. So this phenylalanine could be the pathogen in the fungus.?
Phenylalanine (abbreviated as Phe or F) is an α-amino acid with the formula C6H5CH2CH(NH2)COOH. This essential amino acid is classified as nonpolar because of the hydrophobic nature of the benzyl side chain. L-Phenylalanine (LPA) is an electrically neutral amino acid, one of the twenty common amino acids used to biochemically form proteins, coded for by DNA.
The codons for L-phenylalanine are UUU and UUC. Phenylalanine is a precursor for tyrosine, the monoamine signaling molecules dopamine, norepinephrine (noradrenaline), and epinephrine (adrenaline), and the skin pigment melanin.
so the aromatic compounds are from white rot fungus.
I figured it was one we had not looked at.
The major aromatic compounds identified were benzyl alcohol, benzaldehyde (bitter almond aroma), and benzoic acid. Hydroxy- and methoxybenzylic compounds (alcohols, aldehydes, and acids) were also found in fungal cultures. Intracellular enzymatic activities (phenylalanine ammonia lyase, aryl-alcohol oxidase, aryl-alcohol dehydrogenase, aryl-aldehyde dehydrogenase, lignin peroxidase) and extracellular enzymatic activities (aryl-alcohol oxidase, lignin peroxidase), as well as aromatic compounds, were detected in B. adusta cultures.
here is the gene that got from that fungus.
Novel Scheme for Biosynthesis of Aryl Metabolites from l-Phenylalanine in the FungusBjerkandera adusta
So, what would be the sugar component in this white rot fungi?
I am thinking they are using the sugar waste, from the cane etc and using that as flavinoids. Recyclying the sugar.? However, in that would be white rot fungi. That should not be eaten? Is this what flavinoids are made from? The debris of the sugar cane?
It has to do with the lipids?
Lil sis, you mention triterpine. That was used in vaccines?
Hundreds of distinct steroids are found in plants, animals, and fungi. All steroids are made in cells either from the sterols lanosterol (animals and fungi) or from cycloartenol (plants). Both lanosterol and cycloartenol are derived from the cyclization of the triterpene squalene.
Gonane is the simplest possible steroid and is composed of seventeen carbon atoms, bonded together to form four fused rings. The three cyclohexane rings (designated as rings A, B, and C in the figure above right) form the skeleton of phenanthrene; ring D has a cyclopentane structure. Hence, together they are called cyclopentaphenanthrene.
Is sugar a sterol?
Some of the common categories of steroids:
Animal Insect Ecdysteroids such as ecdysterone Vertebrate Steroid hormones Sex steroids are a subset of sex hormones that produce sex differences or support reproduction. They include androgens, estrogens, and progestagens. Corticosteroids include glucocorticoids and mineralocorticoids. Glucocorticoids regulate many aspects of metabolism and immune function, whereas mineralocorticoids help maintain blood volume and control renal excretion of electrolytes. Most medical 'steroid' drugs are corticosteroids. Anabolic steroids are a class of steroids that interact with androgen receptors to increase muscle and bone synthesis. There are natural and synthetic anabolic steroids. In popular language, the word "steroids" usually refers to anabolic steroids. Cholesterol, which modulates the fluidity of cell membranes and is the principal constituent of the plaques implicated in atherosclerosis. Plant Phytosterols Brassinosteroids Fungus Ergosterols
Shifts in amino sugar and ergosterol contents after addition of sucrose and cellulose to soil
This indicates that the differences in quality between sucrose and cellulose had a strong impact on the formation of microbial residues. However, the amino sugars did not indicate a preferential decomposition of microbial residues as N sources.
I am thinking that the aflatoxin is what is in the fungi? Seems to make it grow?
The positive correlation between toxin production and sugar consumption (Table 7) suggests that aflatoxin production by the fungi slowly increases with growth and, in turn, growth was directly proportional to the uptake of carbohydrates in the medium..
Did you say your son had jaundice when born? Maybe the aflatoxins naphthols? so here shows the aflatoxin.?
Neonatal jaundice, aflatoxins and naphthols
Blood group, bilirubin concentration, erythrocyte G6PD status, aflatoxin and naphthol concentrations in blood were measured. Altogether, 30.9% of the jaundiced neonates were G6PD-deficient, compared with 13.3% of controls (chi 2 = 6.88; p = 0.009). Aflatoxins were detected in 27.4% of jaundiced neonates, 17% of their mothers, 16.6% of controls and 14.4% of control mothers. Naphthols were detected in 7.2% of jaundiced babies, 6.3% of their mothers, 6.25% of control babies and 14.4% of their mothers.
Analysis of the data revealed that either G6PD deficiency or the presence of any serum aflatoxin is a risk factor for neonatal jaundice; odds ratio were 2.97 (95%) confidence intervals (CI): 1.31-6.74) and 2.68 (CI: 1.18-6.10), respectively.
This study demonstrates that G6PD deficiency and/or the presence of serum aflatoxins are risk factors for neonatal jaundice in Nigeria. Aflatoxins are an additional risk factor not previously reported.
Boy did he ever, he was in the Hospital over 2 weeks.
The Doctors at first where reassuring we he would turn around and then they started coming in quieter and quieter until I knew it was really serous. Then boom he turned the corner but they where really concerned and grave looking for a while.
He had one of the highest levels they had saw in an otherwise healthy newborn. He was 3 weeks overdue and weighted 8 pounds 15 ozs.
He is 37 now and has intermitted rashes and lost 40 pounds in 2 months. He was drinking Orange Juice constantly , I told him to stop drinking it because Karen got sick when she drank O.J.
They tested him for Aids and Cancer , it was neither.
He stabilized without ever knowng what was behind the bad spell. Vit C is not advised for G6PD.
Last Edit: Nov 18, 2011 23:27:16 GMT -5 by lilsissy
My grandbaby (now 2) was jaundiced and also they thought he had a mark on his kidney so naturally put him through the wringer. He gets diaper rash as did his sister, my other incredible grandbaby now 5.
My daughter in law, I am sure transferred her candida to them in childbirth. to make matters worse, their two dogs (where I got the Lyme from) always had the run of the house and brought the soil organisms with them ( I love them, poor things. One I am sure has Lyme and is in poor shape).
Anyway, I began a file on that kidney situation and I'll look it up.
BTW I love my DIL but she is clueless when it comes to healthy feeding and reading. :-(
Last Edit: Nov 18, 2011 20:48:38 GMT -5 by kritters
I know for sure I turn bluish purple under florescent light but what is the machanism that causes this in me . It is not that way for all people but I turn bluish purple Looking at this article it seems that I absorb the wavelength more than others