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Offline needtoheal

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Statin, Altered my mitochondria
« on: May 06, 2019, 12:18:21 am »
After taking one statin, my mitochondria seems to have been damaged it has left me with dysautonomia, possibly through a liver defect, that metabolises statin way too much or something along those lines anyway - anyway point being i see raw meat, meat healing alot of problems, with stomach issues, cancers etc, nothing about the autonomic system, and having inappropriate sinus tachycardia and arrythmia, any help with this?

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Re: Statin, Altered my mitochondria
« Reply #1 on: May 06, 2019, 02:21:01 am »
Diet cannot sort out everything. I have found that near-infrared light therapy has been useful, for example, as  has brainwave entrainment(photic and audio) via my Kasina device. You might also consider using "high-meat", once you are used to fresh, raw meats. Redlightman has an excellent device https://redlightman.com/product/combo-bodylight/ . The reason I recommend near-infrared light therapy is because near-infrared light  puts energy directly  into the mitochondria within the cells:-

https://www.theenergyblueprint.com/red-light-therapy-ultimate-guide/
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Re: Statin, Altered my mitochondria
« Reply #2 on: May 07, 2019, 03:09:19 am »
I know someone personally who had severe mitochondrial and metabolic damage who healed and is still healing himself with a raw primal diet. It wasn't a linear progress / improvement though, it took him some discoveries and adjustments through the years.
It seems with some conditons one might make more adjustments and changes than others and maybe that's especially the case with mitochondrial issues. So if I were you i'd begin a raw primal diet but observe throughout the process if you need to change / add sth.
Good luck :)

 

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