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дека е завера муабетот со ГМО се гледа од авион, прашање е дали истата е за наше добро денес или наше добро утре, дали тоа добро се однесува на масите или поединци, на крајот на краиштата зар некој помисли дека ариевскиот модел изумрел, токму спротивно тој и те како е жив само што се тера на далеку пософистициран начин, но нема да преудицирам зошто, иако може ко таков истиот е неопходен пример доколку утре сакаме да колонизираме други планети, доколку воопшто успеат ова научниците да најдт чаре за тоа [1] или може отвораат простор за да дотераат или истераат некоја сподобија која би не' или веќе не' колонизирала, во секој случај тешко е да се предвиди кон што води сето ова, иако јасно е како ден дека нит постојниов а не па традиционалниот начин на исхрана ќе преживее глобално, затоа и не сакам никого да оптужувам со оглед дека не само аргументи но и цврст мотив ми треба, кој ако се гледа само од агол на депопулација делува плитко, дефинитивно во позадина има далеку поголеми аршини за бркање!

сепак има и ќе има многу факти кои одат во прилог теоријата за еугеничарите и нивните депопулирачки стремежи, чии пак алатки се ГМО-(вештачки сорти), фармакологија-(вакцини), или стандардизација-(кодекс алиментариус), колку и ова да делува ко научна-фантастика

GMO Food: Push it down their throats (2)

Speaking tough on April 14, 2006 against the genetic engineering of life form, Pope Benedict XVI denounced Genetically Modified Food, calling it ‘’insane, risky and dangerous.’’
Disparaging its promoters, the former Pontiff saw them as ‘’attempting to take God’s place without being God.’’ And no sooner the denouncement than a cold war began between Washington and Vatican.
Agreeing, in his book, ‘’Battlefield of the Future,’’ Lt. Col. Robert Kadlec of the US Air Force, described GMOs as the most ‘’cost-effective’’ and cheapest weapons of mass destruction ever in America’s hands, when ‘’compared with other weapons of mass destruction.’’ Concurring, Prof. Steven Block, a biophysicist with many years working experience with classified Pentagon documents, put it this way, ‘’We’re tempted to say that nobody in their right mind would ever use these things. But not everybody is in their right mind.’’)
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http://www.punchng.com/business/global-finance/gmo-food-push-it-down-their-throats-2/

GMO Food: Push it down their throats (1)

As a senior official of the State Department and protégé of the Rockefellers, George Kennan, in a memo in 1948 reminded his colleagues that “…we will have to dispense with all sentimentality and day-dreaming; and our attention will have to be concentrated everywhere on our immediate national objectives. We need not deceive ourselves that we can afford today the luxury of altruism and world-benefaction.’’

The realisation of the talked-about American Century was eventually handed to Henry Kissinger, a life-long practitioner of geopolitics, whose closeness to the Rockefellers made him the symbol of the American raw realpolitik. Serving both as Secretary of State and National Security Adviser in 1974, he was alleged to have penned the controversial plan for America to use oil and food to dominate the world. In his secret memo titled, ‘’Implications of Worldwide Population Growth for US Security and Overseas Interests,’’ he declared, ‘’Control oil and you control the nations; control food and you control the people.’’ In other words, for Kissinger, besides black gold, the US needed to fully control the daily provision of bread in such a way that it could control the world’s population, particularly population growth in developing countries, since otherwise developing countries’ population growth and economic development would pose a threat to the US access to their strategic raw materials needed for keeping the US growing.

But to control global food security in a way that controls the world’s population, the Rockefellers sought to control biology, the very science of life itself, and ‘’its applications in plant and agriculture.’’ It soon became clear that to bring the world’s very basis of human survival under its sway should require the family to dominate the research and development of Genetically Modified Organisms. That’s why the story of GMO is synonymous with the story of the rigorous pursuit of American ascendency alongside the Rockefeller Foundation eugenics (increasing the quality of “superior” human species, while reducing the quantity of “inferior” beings).

That is why the creation of Rockefeller’s multinational agribusiness, which financed the agricultural ‘’Green Revolution,’’ even when it expanded the dependency of the agricultural sector of developing countries on Rockefeller controlled petro-chemical fertilisers and petroleum products, was only laying the foundation to what is now the Rockefeller-led genetically modified crops, seeds, and livestock. Like the earlier Rockefeller oil monopoly built on vertical integration with vengeance, the same vertical integration has since driven the Rockefeller agribusiness with only four giant chemical multinational companies — Monsanto, DuPont, Dow, and Syngenta — the global players controlling patents on the very basic food products that the world depends on for its daily nutrition.

Yes, the green revolution was horrendous for having converted most family farmlands into industrial agricultural production, for emptying the countryside of its valuable natural and human resources, and for devastating local agro-biodiversity thanks to excessive pesticides. But, as horrendous as the green revolution could be described, it was only there setting the stage for the most vicious revolution — genetic engineering of plants and animals entirely from new genes and combination of genes made in the laboratory by bypassing sexual reproduction itself. Jumping the natural species barriers not only makes the process not only dangerously imprecise, uncontrollable, and unreliable as it easily damages and scrambles the host genome, it also makes the process entirely unpredictable. But, what makes gene manipulation so horrifying is the fact that despite the dangers it poses, and the serious warnings from respected research scientists against how recombinant DNA (rDNA) research could result in viruses and toxins unintentionally created in the process of introducing new genes into a plant’s cell, the US government and the Rockefeller Foundation have yet to recognise the urgency to fully subject GMO to rigorous regulation let alone mandating the labeling of GMO foods.

What makes the whole thing excessively dangerous is that with the absence of labelling, GMO plants and animals seem to resemble conventional ones, and in effort to keep it that way, the US government and the Rockefeller Foundation can’t stop insisting that GMO plants and animals are ‘’substantially equivalent’’ to the ordinary plants and animals of the same variety such as ordinary corn, soybeans, rice, cotton, beef, etc. How could shoppers going to a local supermarket be assured, for example, that the beef or pork they’re buying is not GMO food? The total disregard to the fact that genetically engineered plant and animal breeding differ from traditional methods in very important aspects, could be unbelievable. It is one thing for a government to support long-term laboratory research through science grants. It’s quite another to force the opening of developing countries’ markets for the flooding of untested, potentially cancer-causing and (racially targeted reproductive-killer foods such as spermicidal corn).

First, genes from one organism could be extracted and recombined with those of another using rDNA technology without either organism having to be of the same species. Second, removing the requirement for species reproductive compatibility, new genetic combinations could be produced in a highly accelerated way. That genetic engineering’s introduction of a foreign organism into a plant in an imprecise and unpredictable process could be real, but to be ignored could show an unconcerned government. But how could such a well informed government unbelievably insist so, ignoring the qualitative internal alterations that accompany genetically engineered plant? What could be the reason for not requiring biochemical or toxological tests, and for not requiring regulatory measures in genetically engineered varieties?

But what could have been the reason for allowing giant agribusiness to have their way, notwithstanding the overwhelming evidence of potential health damage to the population? In other words, what could have caused the US government and the Rockefeller Foundation that against numerous warnings from leading scientists about the irreparable damage to the health of the entire world, including reproductive risks, particularly targeting Asian and African population control, which some leading scientists increasingly believe to be an impending racial genocide? Should it be as it is being argued by another school of thought that having the powerful Rockefeller Foundation behind it makes it difficult to for the US government to oppose the dangerous GMO-altered food crops and their proliferation worldwide?

It remains difficult to understand why such Washington policy contradiction, especially argument that genetically engineered foods are ‘’substantially equivalent’’ to their traditional varieties, and for that reason they should not be regulated beyond their conventional varieties; and then same Washington turned around to argue that the same ‘’substantially equivalent’’ plants and crops should be granted patent rights for being ‘’substantially transformed.’’ But how could Washington justify the argument that genetically modified products should not be labeled because they are ‘’substantially equivalent,’’ and then contradict the earlier argument that allowed US agribusiness to claim exclusive patent rights on their genetically modified organisms or seeds, on the ground of introducing a foreign DNA into the genome of a plant, uniquely altered the plant? On what moral grounds could the Rockefeller-controlled agribusiness claim patent rights, forgetting that it’s the Rockefeller Foundation that claims that the pursuit of GMO revolution is simply to feed the hungry world? In other words, if the US could argue against regulating and labeling genetically engineered foods for the reason that they are not substantially different, what are justifications for demanding WTO to act as the policeman, enforcing TRIPS?

Little wonder in their desperation to force their GMO seeds down the throats of developing countries around the world, besides persuasion, bribery, coercion, and illegal smuggling into countries, the deployment of the World Trade Oorganisation, the State Department, the CIA, USAID as well as the World Bank and IMF have been there for the Rockefeller-led gene multinationals to go around intimidating governments neither oppose GMO foods, plants, seeds, and livestock nor refuse to allow US multinational gene companies to impose some draconian patent rights and royalties. Isn’t it in the justification of GMO as America’s newest weapon of imperialism, that led Catherine Bertini, a protégé of the Rockefeller and formerly US Assistant Secretary of Agriculture, to arrogantly say, ‘’Food is power! We use it to change behaviour. Some may call that bribery. We do not apologise’’?

Speaking recently at the 53rd Annual General Meeting of the Nigerian Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mine and Agriculture in Kano, Minister of Agriculture, Dr. Akinwunmi Adesina, said, ‘’… Syngenta, Monsanto Company and DuPont Company have indicated interest in investing in Nigeria. In fact, in June 2013, Syngenta plans to set up an office in the country.’’

Was Adesina speaking out of ignorance of what these companies historically represented, or as a co-conspirator? Is he not aware that the presence of these GMO agribusiness giants in Nigeria would, as in developing countries such as Brazil, Argentina, Indonesia, Poland and Mexico lead to transfer of food production from the hands of millions of independent family farmers to the agribusiness giants; with local farmers becoming feudal serfs working for the GMO multinational agribusiness? What about telling his audience the story of Monsanto GMO ‘’Roundup Ready’’ soybeans, which while temporarily increasing the GMO soybeans’ yields, tend to make it impossible for conventional soybeans to be grown again in the soil since the insertion of Agrobacterium sp strain CP4 into the GMO soybean’s genome coupled with the spraying of non-selective herbicide in the presence of glyphosate has, in locking up the soil for Monsanto Roundup Ready soybeans, also permanently sterilised the soil?

http://www.punchng.com/business/global-finance/gmo-food-push-it-down-their-throats-1/

 

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26.11.2013 - Senate Rejects GMO Labeling Bill - http://videos.huffingtonpost.com/senate-rejects-gmo-labeling-bill-517791235

се намачил чоеков бадијала, но и кај нас никого не го боли уво што како има на полиците, иако не е по нивите, битно чоек да се насити дали, утеха е дека се полесно ќе се детектираат модификациите [1]

25.06.2012 - US GM labelling rule quashed

A US proposal that would have given individual states a mandate to set whether food manufacturers should have to communicate information about genetically modified organisms (GMOs) directly to consumers has been quashed by the Senate. Senator for Vermont Bernie Sanders put forward the farm bill amendment, which would have explicitly authorised state governments to force manufacturers to clearly label their products with respect to GMO material. The Senate voted 26 to 73 against the amendment, which was supported by a large group of organisations including: the Union of Concerned Scientists, the National Farmers Union and Friends of the Earth.

Food manufacturers in the US already have to label their products with respect to 3000 ingredients, ranging from high fructose corn syrup to trans fats, Sanders argued. Meanwhile, GMO labelling is required in 49 other countries around the world.

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сигурно современо просветлување е анти-гмо борбата на поединци и неврзани групи, но тоа е само едно од нивоата на мутагени појави, кои ко такви не ни мора да се директно индуцирани од човек а да имаат директни последици, пример тешките метали кои ги сркаме и преку почвата и преку водата и преку конзервите па и вакцините [1] настрана останатите хемиски соединенија органски или неоргански кои во доволни концентрации ако не не' сотратат конечно ке не ослабат енергетски до степен на весели зомби конзументи, инстант исферментирани од глобалната рекламна еуфорија за побрз и поголем развој #

од ова единствено чаре е свесно повлекување од системот и ориентираност кон натурализам т.е. симбиоза меѓу животот и природата, наместо протеини од прашак протеини од печурки, наместо калциум од таблети калциум од киноа итн.

Dying to be healthy - Many protein powders laced with heavy metals, MSG

(NaturalNews) Commercial protein powders and shakes are a popular choice among fitness crowds as well as busy professionals, moms and pregnant women. On the surface, these expedient snacks and meals appear innocent, but upon closer examination, are fraught with health harming toxins. Whether contaminated with heavy metals, MSG or allergy triggers, taking a second look at this fashionable convenience food is worthwhile.

A tasty poison

When we drink down our protein shake each morning before bolting out the door, the last thing we would suspect is that it's loaded with heavy metals. Unfortunately, this is the case for a majority of commercial powders. In 2010, Consumer Reports tested samples of 15 protein powders and shakes for arsenic, cadmium, lead and mercury. As reported in, "Is Your Protein Powder Toxic?":

"They found that at least one item from each product line contained detectable levels of cadmium, arsenic, lead or mercury. The three most toxic brands contained levels of heavy metal toxicity above the safe allowable limits proposed by U.S. Pharmacopeia. Many others contained levels in the low to moderate range."

For those who would like to preserve health, any amount is too high - especially for pregnant mothers. Take for example cadmium. It accumulates in the kidneys and causes damage while taking years to be eliminated from the body. Michael Harbut, M.D., director of the Environmental Cancer Initiative in Michigan, finds cadmium particularly worrisome:

"This (cadmium) is a highly toxic metal, and while there are some cases where decisions have to be weighed against relative risks, accepting that you have to be exposed to any cadmium at all in your protein drink after your workout is definitely not one of them."

Heavy metals are not the only impurities, monosodium glutamate (MSG) is often present too. During the processing of high protein foods like isolates, MSG is created. Since it's not an additional ingredient, but a consequence of the manufacturing process, MSG doesn't need to be labeled on protein powders. Low temperature drying is an attempt to minimize the creation of monosodium glutamate, yet the end result is still a denatured protein and should be regarded with a wary eye.

Allergens are also problem. Many protein powders are made with milk and its byproducts, soy or eggs which can trigger mild to severe reactions including: digestive upset, gas, skin rashes, nausea, cramping and diarrhea. For those with an allergy, consuming the troublesome food can turn life threatening.

If you would like to forgo commercial protein powders, Sarah of the Healthy Home Economist suggests a few alternatives:

"Try gelatin instead - it has 7 grams of protein per tablespoon. Gelatin is a colloidal substance which means it attracts digestive juices to itself similar to raw foods full of enzymes. Hence, gelatin is helpful to the digestion and contains a protein kick to boot."

Low temperature dried nutritional yeast is another option at 8 grams of protein per serving. You can also toss a quarter cup of hemp seeds in with your smoothie to give it a healthy protein boost.

She adds, "Be aware that even natural gelatin contains small amounts of MSG, so if you are particularly sensitive, you may wish to choose nutritional yeast as the better alternative."

http://www.naturalnews.com/041545_protein_powders_heavy_metals_contamination.html

ова со желатинов е корисна информација, но мој предлог е печурка, ако ви треба протеин во доволни количини!

 

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Amino Acids > Proteins > Enzymes 

There's a huge difference between chemicals like these and a living thing. But it turns out the difference is not one of kind but of complexity. Here's a 3-D model of glycine. Here's the carboxylic acid group, and here is the blue nitrogen with its two hydrogens, the amino group, but it's here, in the place of one of these central hydrogens that all the other side groups attach. The 19 other variations go on here. But that's simple compared to when you start linking them up. I've just made up a basic model of a chain. Here's the spine and these bonds where the 20 variations go. For instance, you could have a glycine here, an alanine here, a cysteine here, a leucine here and so on. Now, this is only seven units long so it doesn't qualify as a protein. Proteins are much larger. This is referred to as a peptide. But you're starting to get the picture. The number of possible proteins is literally endless. Take a tiny little peptide, let's say four amino acids in a chain. With 20 varieties to choose from, that's 20 raised to the power of four ways to combine them. 160,000 ways to assemble a four-unit peptide. When you get to a largish protein, say 500 amino acids in a chain, the number has 600 zeros in it and every one is a possible protein. Of course, we know that they can't all exist because that number is larger than the number of atoms in the universe. As if sequence isn't enough, there's also shape. Take silk, which is the protein fibroin. Silk is a straight chain, mostly made up of glycine, alanine, glycine, alanine, and so on. These long strands link up alongside one another to form a strong fibrous sheet. Compare this to hair, which is the protein keratin. Keratin, a completely different amino acid sequence, is coiled in a helix. This gives hair more stretch than silk. And these are just two shapes out of an amazing array that proteins can have.

Coils can coil around coils. Coils can coil over themselves Chains may weave to and fro and cross link to make sheets. Chains and coils may clump together in confusing tangles. Entirely different chains may associate in special interlinked relationships. In each case, they lock into position as a unique, stable chemical compound - sometimes with molecular weights in the millions.

Everything about a particular protein is important. For example, change its shape, even a little bit and it simply won't behave the same. And some are quite fragile, too. Take the albumen in egg white. Straight out of an egg, it's clear because it's in solution, but all you've got to do is whisk it or heat it, or put a drop of alcohol in it... And it comes right out of solution. This is an example of denaturing a protein. You've changed the shape of this amazing molecule and now it behaves quite differently.

You have to have amino acids for proteins and there are about eight that we have to get from our diet. These are the so-called 'essential amino acids'. The rest of the 20, we can synthesise from other nutrients. Meat and eggs, for example, are the most efficient sources of the essentials but, as we said before, proteins are a part of every living thing. So a selection of plant foods is fine also.

As for regulation of the enzymes, this is the job of hormones. If enzymes are the accelerator that makes life possible, then hormones are the foot on that accelerator that speeds life up or slows it down. As for where and how the enzymes and hormones are produced, the answer is yet more layers of chemistry. But ultimately, it can be asked, 'What in the very first instance sets all this molecular machinery in motion?' For some time, scientists suspected that the ringmaster would be another kind of protein. But they were wrong. The control agent sitting behind it all, finally discovered in the cell nucleus, was not a protein. Proteins are the key to life but they are not the locksmith who designs it. That's another story.

While proteins give life its structure - even bone has collagen and elastin threaded through it - for the most part, protein's role is much more complex. To maintain life, a vast array of chemical reactions must happen with great precision. The single biggest mystery is how even the simplest cell manages to perform all the hundreds of chemical reactions needed to stay alive at a high enough speed to be useful. Life is a chemical virtuoso and the question is, how does it do it? The long-held suspicion was that the cell manufactured catalysts. A catalyst is something that can speed up a reaction without being used up itself. A biological example is making wine or beer with yeast. The yeast cells put out a substance that causes sugar to be converted into alcohol. The sugar is said to ferment.

When scientists studied yeast, they used the term enzyme, which means 'in ferment'. Then, when other biological catalysts were found, the term enzyme stayed on. For example, there's pepsin, which breaks down meat, lactase, which digests milk, invertase, which breaks table sugar into the simpler sugars the body can use, and the list goes on and on. And then people started to ask, 'What kind of chemicals are these enzymes and how on earth do they control so many reactions in the body?' It wasn't until 1930 that we got the first part of an answer to that question. 'What type of chemicals are these?' Of course, you can guess what they found. Protein.

It took until the 1950s until a picture emerged of how proteins as enzymes worked in biochemistry. From the endless range of possibilities, nature has found some 10,000 proteins which fit their reacting substances like a lock fits a key. Attracted to sides on their appropriate enzyme, the substrates, as they're called, are brought close together. This drastically lowers the energy barrier to start them reacting, which they do almost instantly. The new substance formed pops clear of the protein, leaving the same site ready for more substrates to use it. Enzymes can speed up reactions a million times or more. They are true catalysts because they are not used up in the reaction and very small amounts work quite well. Most are so specific for their substrates that they do not interfere with other reactions even in the same solution. The result is a highly complex coordinated chemical activity. Of course, while understanding this goes a long way to understanding the key to life, we must also ask, 'Where are enzymes produced?' 'How is it done?' and 'How are they regulated to the right amounts?' Where do we get our protein from, anyway?


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Spas: Otopili kožu u limunadi te su dobili matične stanice

Nakon što su Japanci iz limunade dobili matične stanice embrija, sada je to uspjelo i Amerikancima. Revolucionarno dostignuće moglo bi skroz promijeniti medicinu

Doktor Charles Vacanti iz bostonske bolnice potvrdio je da su njihovi stručnjaci uspjeli razvili matične stanice iz ljudske kože. Revolucionarno dostignuće moglo bi promijeniti medicinu jer su matične stanice razvili uz pomoć - limunade!

Uspjeh su otkrili nakon što je prije dva tjedna japanska znanstvenica Haruko Obokata objavila da je iz krvi laboratorijskih miševa razvila embrijske matične stanice. Nevjerojatna je sama lakoća kojom ih je zapravo dobila. Bilo je dovoljno da stanice krvi namače pola sata u razrijeđenoj otopini limunske kiseline kako bi se izdvojile matične stanice.

Američki liječnici potvrdili su japansko dostignuće i isto ponovili s ljudskom kožom. Stanice kože namakali su u limunskoj kiselini i dobili matične stanice u samo pola sata! Znanstvenici su svojim eksperimentima potvrdili da su matične stanice “pluripotentne”, odnosno da se iz njih mogu razviti stanice svih ostalih tkiva. Na taj su način dobili i mišje embrije. Upravo zbog toga mnogi već sad kritiziraju kako bi primjena ove tehnologije mogla imati neslućene posljedice ako bi je neki zlorabili za dobivanje ljudskih klonova.

No medicina puno više značaja pridaje dobrim stranama ovih dostignuća jer bi pomogli u liječenju teških bolesti. Naime, iz krvi i kože pacijenata mogle bi se dobivati matične stanice samog pacijenta. One bi se injekcijama ubrizgavale na oboljela mjesta. Tada bi se razvijala nova tkiva ili čak čitavi organi, dok bi tijelo oboljela tkiva odbacivalo. Znanstvenicima je sada najveća enigma zašto obična limunada ne utječe na promjenu naših stanica kada je pijemo. Ili, bolje reći, ima li limunada veze s našim zdravljem.

http://24sata.hr/#znanost/spas-otopili-kozu-u-limunadi-te-su-dobili-maticne-stanice-352900



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intersno e da se cue kako nature ja sutnale na prva mladava japonka [1] sigurno kusogledosta imala i korporativna lekja, mozebi ipolirana i od eugenicharite so ogled deka potencijalno im remeti vo matematikata



http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haruko_Obokata

New horizon in stem-cell research

A team of scientists led by a3 0-year-old Japanese woman has discovered a simple method to produce stem cells —immature cellsthatcan develop into all types of tissuesin the body. The team headed byDr.Haruko Obokata has found that body cells taken from mice can be reprogrammed into stem cellsby simply exposing them to low-PH acid liquids.

The discovery, made public in the Jan. 2 9issue of Nature magazine, is an epoch-making discovery that defies common knowledge and breaks new ground in life science.

It is hoped that more efforts will be made so that the discovery will lead to the advancement of regenerative medicine.It is also important to recognize thatthe discovery will have a great impact on biological studies of cellsin a larger sense. It is hoped that the discovery will stimulate a wide range of research on cells, irrespective of whether they are from animals or from plants.

Scientistsat Harvard Universityand the government-backed Riken’s Center for Developmental Biology in Kobe soaked lymph corpuscle taken from 7-day-old mice in mildlyacidic liquids for about 30 minutes,cultured a few cells that survived and transplanted them into mice. They found that the cells developed into nerve and muscle tissues.

They named this new way of reprogramming adult cellsinto pluripotent cells that can grow into anytypes of mature tissues in the body “stimulus-triggered acquisition of pluripotency” or STAP. This method hasbroken the established theory in biology that without tampering with cell nuclei, it is impossible to reprogram specialized cells to become stem cells. The method used in producing STAP cells is easier than the method used by Dr. Shinya Yamanaka of Kyoto University,who received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2 01 2. Yamanaka and his team succeeded in 20 06 in creating pluripotent stem cells by introducing onlyfour genes into mature cellsfrom the skin of a mouse.In 20 07 ,theysucceeded in creating similar induced pluripotent stem(iPS) cells by using cells from the skin of a human.

STAP cellscan be produced in a much shorter period of time and are expected to have a lower risk of developing cancer than iPS cells. They can also become tissuesthatform the placenta, which is not possible with iPScells.STAP cellscan be made not only from blood cellsbut also from skin and muscle cells.

Other methods in addition to soaking in a mildly acidic solution, such asthe passage of cells throughglass tubesand exposure to a mildly toxic substance, can also produce STAP cells.Although it has not yet been known whether the same resultswill be obtained when human cells are used, the STAP cell discovery raisesthe hope of itsapplication for medical treatment.

Obokata’s perseverance and efforts to make thisindisputable discovery should be praised.The first thesis she sent to Nature magazine was rejected asridiculing hundred years of history of cell biology. She spent some five more years after the first experiment and eventually succeeded in having her second thesis accepted by the science magazine.

She not only has shown flexibility in thinking butalso has made strenuousefforts to advance her research.Itisalso significant that many otherscientistshelped her in her research.

It is hoped that her story will not onlyencourage young scientists— especially women — but also provide indicationsof what research environmentand support are needed to achieve high quality scientific research.

http://www.japantimes.co.jp/opinion/2014/02/03/editorials/new-horizon-in-stem-cell-research


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kako trgnalo kje stigne brzo do novi svetovi naukava, pr. pokraj dna-arhiviranje [1] sega doteraa i do DNA reprogramiranje so zboroi i frekvencii

tokmu potrvda deka shto mislish i govorish ima direkten efekt osven v sebe i na se naokolu sebe, koj bi rekol, deka silata na Zborot i nauchno kje se potvrdi, pretpotavuvam sega se pomalku prostor za skepsa kje imaat ateistite koga im velam deka Sveshtenicite imaat pojak iljach od farmacevtite jasno dokolku zboroite se izlevaat fokusirano i od chisto srce, ko shto i vo farmacijata najdelotvorni se prochistenite lekoi so izdvoen efekt

Scientists Prove DNA Can Be Reprogrammed by Words and Frequencies - http://wakeup-world.com/2011/07/12/scientist-prove-dna-can-be-reprogrammed-by-words-frequencies/

THE HUMAN DNA IS A BIOLOGICAL INTERNET and superior in many aspects to the artificial one. Russian scientific research directly or indirectly explains phenomena such as clairvoyance, intuition, spontaneous and remote acts of healing, self healing, affirmation techniques, unusual light/auras around people (namely spiritual masters), mind’s influence on weather patterns and much more. In addition, there is evidence for a whole new type of medicine in which DNA can be influenced and reprogrammed by words and frequencies WITHOUT cutting out and replacing single genes.

Only 10% of our DNA is being used for building proteins. It is this subset of DNA that is of interest to western researchers and is being examined and categorized. The other 90% are considered “junk DNA.” The Russian researchers, however, convinced that nature was not dumb, joined linguists and geneticists in a venture to explore those 90% of “junk DNA.” Their results, findings and conclusions are simply revolutionary! According to them, our DNA is not only responsible for the construction of our body but also serves as data storage and in communication. The Russian linguists found that the genetic code, especially in the apparently useless 90%, follows the same rules as all our human languages. To this end they compared the rules of syntax (the way in which words are put together to form phrases and sentences), semantics (the study of meaning in language forms) and the basic rules of grammar. They found that the alkalines of our DNA follow a regular grammar and do have set rules just like our languages. So human languages did not appear coincidentally but are a reflection of our inherent DNA.

The Russian biophysicist and molecular biologist Pjotr Garjajev and his colleagues also explored the vibrational behavior of the DNA. [For the sake of brevity I will give only a summary here. For further exploration please refer to the appendix at the end of this article.] The bottom line was: “Living chromosomes function just like solitonic/holographic computers using the endogenous DNA laser radiation.” This means that they managed for example to modulate certain frequency patterns onto a laser ray and with it influenced the DNA frequency and thus the genetic information itself. Since the basic structure of DNA-alkaline pairs and of language (as explained earlier) are of the same structure, no DNA decoding is necessary.

One can simply use words and sentences of the human language! This, too, was experimentally proven! Living DNA substance (in living tissue, not in vitro) will always react to language-modulated laser rays and even to radio waves, if the proper frequencies are being used.
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1975. godine njemački fizičar Fritz-Albert Popp dokazao je postojanje svjetlosnog zračenja (bio-fotona) iz živih stanica. Profesor Popp, dopredsjednik Međunarodnog instituta za biofiziku je dokazao također da je DNA skladište svjetlosti i da stanično emitiranje svjetlosti nije rezultat širenja valova već biofotonskog upravljanja diobom stanica. Od tada postoji objavljen uvjerljiv dokaz da DNA predstavlja izvor tih biofotona, koji potvrđuje ideju da su biofotoni odgovorni za izazivanje biokemijskih reakcija u živim stanicama. Prije bilo koje kemijske reakcije najmanje se jedan elektron mora aktivirati putem fotona određene valne duljine i dovoljne energije.
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http://www.biorezonanca.hr/bicom/povijest-biorezonance/
Popp was the first to demonstrate that two cells communicate with each other at short distances through coherent light emitted by DNA, which also controls the functions of cells. In fact, he showed that if an Acetabularia in a bowl of quartz in the darkroom of a photomultiplier is stimulated with white or colored light for a few seconds, its luminous emissions will appear on the screen in the shape of pulsating explosions. After a little time the intensity of light weakens, but if we put seaweed emitting similar luminous signals near it for a second, the first will be reactivated with new emissions of light; the cells seem to dialogue with each other. The time used by the cell to release the absorbed light from its accumulator (the DNA) is important. The more rapidly it is emitted the less good is the accumulator.38 DNA represents the priming and control system for cellular biochemical functions, it plays a role in maintaining homeostasis (the ability of a system to self-regulate itself to maintain its balance), and it is responsible for communications, even at great distances between cells. Through the light protected in its deep spaces, the DNA transmits information at a very high speed throughout a whole organism. This would explain the reason why the majority of the biochemical reactions in a cell take place at least a billion times quicker compared with the same systems in vitro. The biophotons are far
more numerous in living beings than in in vitro systems, confirming the presence of informative networks operating in vivo; the network’s effectiveness increases with the complexity of the organism.39 This explains why in the more organized systems the response to stimulations, as for example to the TFF, is more rapid and effective, according to the Kaiserslautern postulate (that the more complex the system, the more complete the decoding of the signals).
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The first green chemist:
Giacomo Ciamician and the powers of plants
http://www.yourformula.eu/internalposts/the-first-green-chemist-giacomo-ciamician-and-the-powers-of-plants/

In the early 1900s, an Italian chemist, enraptured with the fast-developing worlds of physics and chemistry, looked towards a glowing future. In this he was far from alone – in 1909, Marinetti’s Futurist Manifesto was published, rapturously praising a future of high-speed cars and industrial cities.

However, excited as he was by industrial progress, the true inspiration for chemist Giacomo Ciamician came not from the factories beginning to cover the landscape, gobbling coal and spewing smoke. Ciamician’s vision of the future came instead from earnest study of the powers of the humble plants of the meadow.

Ciamician is almost forgotten today,but…

he was a truly remarkable character – a passionate scientist who articulated a vision of green chemistry almost a century before the idea became popular, right at the dawn of the industrial age.

Known as one of the ‘fathers of the solar panel’, he even had a solar-powered light bulb to illuminate his lab work. Fascinated and humbled by the chemical prowess of plants, Ciamician studied biochemistry rigorously, attempting to work out what it was that enabled plants to use light for chemistry. In this he was an early pioneer of ‘bio-mimicry’ – attempting to mimic the remarkable properties of the natural world for human ends. He believed that the use of light as both a reagent and a source of energy for chemical reactions could transform industrial civilization, allowing chemistry to abandon harsh temperatures and reagents and accomplish ‘the greatest results through the slightest means’.

In a 1912 lecture to an international chemical congress, Ciamician outlined his vision of the future, in words that are as urgent today as they were prescient back then:

“On the arid lands there will spring up industrial colonies without smoke and without smokestacks; forests of glass tubes will extend over the plains and glass buildings will rise everywhere; inside of these will take place the photochemical processes that hitherto have been the guarded secret of the plants, but that will have been mastered by human industry which will know how to make them bear even more abundant fruit than nature, for nature is not in a hurry and mankind is.

And if in a distant future the supply of coal becomes completely exhausted, civilization will not be checked by that, for life and civilization will continue as long as the sun shines!

Faced with the contemporary energy and climate crises, we can gain courage from Ciamician’s early example and look for inspiration from nature to develop a truly green industry and society.






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kolku malku treba za da se zadrzime prirodno prisebni, pisalo i pishuvach [1]

http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Structural_Biochemistry

http://www.chm.bris.ac.uk/motm/chlorophyll/chlorophyll_h.htm



http://dirac.ruc.dk/~thm/thylakoid.html

http://users.rcn.com/jkimball.ma.ultranet/BiologyPages/L/LightReactions.html

Photosystem I„ e enzim sо sistematsко ime plastocijanin, ovoj enzim sodri hlorofil, filohinoni, karotenoidi i [4Fe-4S] klusteri




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уствари она што е интересно кај хлорофилот е дека ко зелен пигмент, а ради него и сето зеленило кое го внесуваме во исхраната под претпоставка дека е органско, го одржува човека во алкална состојба, а за тоа и навистина да биде случај потребно е внес на свежа храна [1] што пак во доволни количини е возможно само преку КАША ова интернационализмите како смути или џус ми делуваат феминистички додека каша иако женски род в себе има прилично изворност ко именка, но зависи кој во каква се има намакано в животот

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The chlorophyll content of a food is a major indicator of the health attributes of any given plant based food. Chlorophyll rich foods have a very deep green and are extraordinarily useful in building new blood cells and purifying the body from cancer and radiation. Chlorophyll also assists in wound healing, intestinal regularity, detoxification, and deodorization of the body (6, 7).

You want to make sure you have some of the best chlorophyll rich dark greens in your juice. This includes spinach, collard greens, kale and parsley.
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http://drjockers.com/2014/10/guide-great-juicing/


Hemoglobin vs Chlorophyll [1]

10 природни работи кои ќе ви го исчистат црниот дроб

Црниот дроб е многу важен орган во человековото тело. Тој ја чисти крвта од токсини, ги задржува витамините и железото во организмот, ги разградува хормоните и го одржува нивото на гликоза во крвта. Затоа треба добро да се одржува, а оваа листа е полна со намирници кои проверено ја чистат најголемата жлезда на човековото телото од загадувачи, како што се тешките лекови, алкохолот и масната храна.

1. Лук

Овој "природен антибиотик" е полн со сулфур, кој ја поттикнува работата на ензимите на црниот дроб и му помага на телото да се ослободи од отровите. Лукот исто така, има многу алицин и селен – два природни чистачи на црниот дроб.

2. Цитрусно овошје

Лимон, грејпфрут и сличните овошја се одлични сојузници во процесот на чистењето на црниот дроб. Тие содржат високи количини на витамин Ц, кој ја стимулира работата на црниот дроб. Грејпфрут особено е одличен чистач најголемата жлезда во телото.

3. Зелка

Слободно консумирајте и свежа и кисела зелка бидејќи оваа намирница е одлична за почис црн дроб. Може да уживате во оваа храна колку сакате, бидејќи освен за црниот дроб полезна е и за други органи.

4. Јаболко

Не заборавајте да го консумирате овој богат извор на пектин и други основни елементи заслужни за исфрлување на токсините од телото.

5. Зелен лиснат зеленчук

Јадете спанаќ, блитва и друг лиснат зеленчук богати со хлорофил, бидејќи ги неутрализира тешките метали, пестициди и хемикалии кои инаку би ја забавиле работата на црниот дроб.


6. Цвекло и морков

Подгответе салата, супа или вкусен гарнир на овие коренести растенија, затоа што се полни со флавоноиди и бета-каротен, кои ја подобруваат функцијата на црниот дроб.

7. Аспарагус

Овој зеленчук е одличен поттикнувач на варењето кој содржи материјали идеални за природна детоксификација на организмот, особено на црниот дроб и бубрезите.

8. Ореви

Јадете ореви бидејќи овие плодови содржат амино киселини кои му помагаат на црниот дроб да се ослободи од амонијак. Оревите се богати со глутатион и омега 3 масни киселини кои му помагаат на црниот дроб.

9. Маслиновото масло

Не ги исфрлајте мастите во целост, но бирајте здрави извори како маслиново масло, кои на телото му обезбедуваат течна база за апсорпција на штетни супстанции и нивно отстранување од организмот.

10. Зелен Чај

Од време на време приредете му на вашето тело чистење со помош на чаша зелен чај. Овој здрав пијалок е богат со антиоксиданси кои го зајакнуваат имунолошкиот систем и го заштитуваат од разни болести.

http://daily.mk/zabava/10-prirodni-raboti-vi-ischistat-crniot-drob


http://www.livestrong.com/article/555111-chlorophyll-for-a-fatty-liver/
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http://kickboardstore-info.blogspot.com/2010/12/how-enzymes-lecithin-and-chlorophyll.html

во прилог шарена јубиту радио едукација

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http://chemwiki.ucdavis.edu/Core/Biological_Chemistry/Lipids/Steroids

Steroids have two principal biological functions: certain steroids (such as cholesterol) are important components of cell membranes which alter membrane fluidity, and many steroids are signaling molecules which activate steroid hormone receptors.
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The hundreds of steroids found in animals, fungi, and plants are made from lanosterol (in animals and fungi) or cycloartenol (in plants).
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steroid


Plants can adapt extremely quickly to changes in their environment. Hormones, chemical messengers that are activated in direct response to light and temperature stimuli help them achieve this. Plant steroid hormones similar to human sex hormones play a key role here. In the current edition of Nature Communications, scientists describe a new signaling mode for the brassinosteroid class of hormones.

Plants are superior to humans and animals in a number of ways. They have an impressive ability to regenerate, which enables them to regrow entire organs. After being struck by lightning, for example, a tree can grow back its entire crown. But there is one major downside to life as a plant: They are quite literally rooted to the habitats in which they live and therefore completely at the mercy of the elements. In response to this dilemma, plants have developed mechanisms that enable them to rapidly adapt their growth and development to changes.

Plant hormones are important enablers of this flexibility. Brassinosteroids play a key role here. These hormones have an effect at the lowest concentrations; they regulate cell elongation and division and are active throughout the entire lifecycle of a plant. A team of researchers from Technische Universität München (TUM) and the University of Vienna have now mapped a new signaling mode for brassinosteroids.

Meeting points for DNA-binding protein

When brassinosteroids bind to a receptor on a cell wall, they trigger a multi-level cascade of reactions that regulates the activity of the CESTA (CES) transcription factor. Transcription factors bind to the DNA in a cell's nucleus and are capable of activating genes that change the protein composition in the cell.

A team of scientists – headed by Prof. Brigitte Poppenberger at TUM's Institute of Biotechnology of Horticultural Crops – has been able to show for the first time that the concentration of CES protein increases in certain nuclear regions following brassinosteroid activation.

These structures occur as nuclear bodies in the cell nucleus. The scientists believe that the CES transcription factor collects in specific regions of the DNA in order to effectively control gene function. "The cell seems to bundle key resources to rapidly trigger the production of certain proteins. We can compare this to a construction site, for example, where workers temporarily gather at a certain location to unload building material," explains Poppenberger.



New signal pathway

The scientists also mapped the mechanism that gives the CES molecules the signal to gather. The molecules have a binding site for SUMO protein. As soon as this attaches, CES moves to nuclear bodies. While this is happening, it is protected from being broken down by enzymes. "What is interesting here is that the SUMO marker seems to strengthen the effect of CES," continues Poppenberger. "This is the opposite of what happens in the animal world, where the SUMO protein is known to repress effects conferred by transcription factors."

The research findings are an important step towards understanding more about the functions of brassinosteroids. "We have been using other kinds of hormones to promote growth and increase crop yields in horticulture and agriculture for decades now," says Poppenberger. "But we have never leveraged the potential of brassinosteroids. Understanding how they work will help us utilize them for plant production. This is what we are aiming for in our work."

http://phys.org/news/2014-08-steroid-hormones-enable.html


Saponin: Natural Steroids - Herbs can mimic human hormones and steroids

As any reader of the sports pages knows, some athletes looking for a competitive edge “bulk up” by using synthetic steroids. These anabolic compounds, which are synthetic derivatives of testosterone, have many side effects, including liver damage, mood swings, and impotence. It’s no wonder that these compounds have a bad reputation.

But not all steroids are harmful. In fact, they’re essential to our health. Human sex hormones such as estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone are all classified as steroids, as are cortisone and forms of vitamin D. The class also includes the bile acids and sterols such as cholesterol, which our bodies use to make sex hormones.

Plant pretenders

Some plants can affect human hormones, a feat they achieve by producing their own steroids. Although we don’t yet understand why plants produce these compounds, we do know that some plant steroids resemble human steroids in both form and function. For example, plants are rich in beta-sitosterol, a compound that resembles cholesterol. Plants use this compound almost in the same way humans use cholesterol—to make hormones that control cell growth and reproduction.

One class of plant steroids is known as the steroid saponins. “Sapon” means soap in Old German, and refers to the tendency of saponins to foam in water and, perhaps, their tendency to taste like soap. The instructions on a package of quinoa tell you to rinse the grain before cooking. When you do this, a foamy, milky liquid washes off that contains saponins. If it wasn’t rinsed off, the grain would taste bitter.

Some plant saponins can weakly mimic the human hormones that they resemble. For example, yam (Dioscorea spp.) contains variable amounts of a saponin called diosgenin, which can be converted into hormones such as progesterone and estrogen. In fact, Mexican yam (D. composita) has been used to make oral contraceptives. But our bodies can’t convert diosgenin into steroids without some help from a chemist; converting diosgenin into hormones needs to be done synthetically in a laboratory. Because of this, many commercial wild yam creams popular among menopausal women add synthetic progesterone to increase the product’s effectiveness, although the added progesterone may not be listed on the label.

Unprocessed diosgenin does have a very weak estrogenic or progesteronic effect, so weak that it’s hard to say which way the effect goes. This effect may account for wild yam’s long history of use by women for various reproductive system ailments.

Benefit from eating yams

Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) an herb used in the cuisines of India and the Middle East, contains seeds that are richer in diosgenin than any yam; it contains other saponins too. Fenugreek is traditionally recommended to increase breast milk production and breast size, although there’s no conclusive research supporting these uses.

[1] [2] http://herbs.lovetoknow.com/does-fenugreek-increase-testosterone [3]

Fenugreek saponins resemble cholesterol, and human studies show that they can lower levels of cholesterol and triglycerides, compounds associated with heart disease. In a 1996 study from India, diabetics taking 25 g of fenugreek for 24 weeks lowered their cholesterol by 14 percent and triglycerides by 15 percent. A 1991 French study of diabetic dogs showed that saponins reduced cholesterol absorption from foods and decreased the amount of cholesterol stored in the liver.

The most celebrated saponins are the ginsenosides, found in all ginseng species, especially Korean or Asian (Panax ginseng). Ginseng is sometimes promoted as an aphrodisiac and enhancer of male virility, but this is misleading. Ginsenosides are less like our sex hormones and more like our corticosteroid hormones in that they weakly stimulate the adrenal and pituitary glands, which may account for ginseng’s ability to combat fatigue, help the body adapt to stress, and regulate the immune system. Adrenal and pituitary stimulation may also lead to enhanced sexual desire/ performance, but, again, no conclusive human studies demonstrate this.

In the big picture, we’re lucky that plant hormones are as mild as they are. Plants that could exactly duplicate our steroid hormones would undoubtedly be a commercial success today, but would have been disastrous for humans as we evolved. Interfering with our delicate hormonal balance might have kept humans from evolving at all. Imagine the consequences of a food or spice that could have caused infertility, birth defects, mental illness, cardiovascular disease, or other problems. We’re likely better off with these saponin “mimics” for subtler—and safer—effects.

http://www.motherearthliving.com/health-and-wellness/inside-plants-herbs-can-mimic-human-hormones-12-herbs-can-mimic-human-hormones.aspx


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  Quote +Protagorist Quote  Post ReplyReply #35 Posted: 20-Mar-2016 at 22:24


verojatno najednostaven nacin kako lugje da stigneme do pogolema kolichina esencijalni prirodni sostojki e istite da gi vnesuvame kako tinkturi [1] odnosno masla [2] koncentrirani bilni ekstrakti koi ako ne drugo bar hedonistichki da gi koristime kako del od dresing za salati
 

http://www.anabolicmen.com/natural-steroids-and-foods-for-anabolic-diet/

http://www.foursigmatic.com/natural-steroids

[1] http://www.maxmuscle.com/article/2008/8/estrogens-testosterone--phytoestrogens.html [1]
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ova posledniov link posochuva na stravot i od prirodni steroidi, koi potencijalno bi go zgolemile nivoto na estrogen vo teloto, iako bez ovoj hormon i niza problemi bi se predizvikale vo istoto, zatoa balansot kako i vo se na ovoj svet e neophoden dokolku na chovek mu e navistina bitno kakvo zdravje i kakva srekja bi go spoapadnale tuka

no estrogenot biva zgolemen ne samo od steroidi tuku i od estrogeni-mimikritori kako shto e sojata [1] no i red drugi namirnici [2] ili ko shto se pijalocite i vodite flashirani vo plastika zaradi bisfenolot vo istata itn. 


http://draxe.com/endocrine-disruptors-how-to-avoid-excess-estrogen/

http://www.build.mk/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=1609&PID=163378#163378

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The natural steroid hormones are generally synthesized from cholesterol in the gonads and adrenal glands. These forms of hormones are lipids. They can pass through the cell membrane as they are fat-soluble, and then bind to steroid hormone receptors (which may be nuclear or cytosolic depending on the steroid hormone) to bring about changes within the cell. [1] Estrogens enter the cell and activate estrogen receptors on the nuclear membrane that in turn initiate the expression of genes. [2][3]
Hormones can have different chemistry. They can be steroids or proteins. Steroid hormones are active in the body when eaten. For example, birth control pills are steroid hormones and can be taken orally. In contrast, protein hormones are broken down in the stomach, and lose their ability to act in the body when eaten. Therefore, ordinarily, protein hormones need to be injected into the body to have an effect. For example, insulin is a protein hormone. Diabetic patients need to be injected with insulin for treatment. [1]





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  Quote +Protagorist Quote  Post ReplyReply #36 Posted: 20-Mar-2016 at 22:34


veshatachki steroidi, neretko vtor izbor na site koi sakaat brz ili enormen efekt na muskulna masa, prviot posekako e veshatchki aminokiselini, kreatini i proteini, iako bez niv ni samite steroidi ne bi imale podloga,

od site veshtachki verojatno istochnogermanskiot TBOL [1][2][3][4][5] e najbezopasen dokolku moze da se smeta neshto od hemiive bezopasno, no ako veke se gorite znajte deka kultot na teloto nema da ve napravi posrekni bidejki Ljubovta potprena samo na strasti konechno nema da ve krene nad ami samo do oblaci, izvajanoto telo e kako dobra ambalaza za chokolado koe ako e shakrt na kraj badijala od seto toa, sepak ko za konzumeristichki vreminja bez dobra ambalaza neli nema ni ekstra zarabotka odnosno kolichina, ta na onie koi im e bitno shto poveke pileshko il ribeshko da svrtat na skara jasno deka ke storat se za da pukaat od snaga a ziveejki sred ostali shekerni slastoljubija fakt e deka istata samo instant veshtachki se odrzuva, zatoa onie koi neznaat da se sovladaat i po sekoja cena sakaat brz efekt i rezultat bi im preporachal nadzor od lekar, bar periodichna kontrola na sportska medicina ako nishto drugo, iako zongliranje so steroidi bara i dopolnitelna informiranost za site mozni nus efekti [1] i eventualna sekoja predispozicija na bolest koja so hemiive dopolnitelno se zgolemuva [2][3][4][5]

http://www.build.mk/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=2945&PID=200443#200443

All anabolic steroids possess the capability to suppress and/or shut down the body’s natural endogenous Testosterone production, and Turinabol side effects are no exception to this fact.
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Because Turinabol is in fact a C17-alpha alkylated oral anabolic steroid, it does exhibit negative effects on the liver.
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Negative cardiovascular risks, side effects, and cholesterol changes are a known side effect shared by all anabolic steroids, and this side effect does apply to Turinabol side effects. Negative cardiovascular side effects resultant from anabolic steroid use involves the reduction of HDL (the good cholesterol) and increases of LDL (the bad cholesterol). The result of such changes involves an increased risk of arteriosclerosis
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https://www.steroidal.com/steroid-profiles/turinabol/turinabol-side-effects/

seto ova e samo urnek deka deneshniot sport brkajki milisekundi ili superiorna izdrzlivost upatuva dolgorochno na transhumanizmot kako norma, za utre kombinirajki gmo farmakologija da isturka (i toa preku sportot) nekoja eugenicharska idila za superhuman oaza, ultra kiborzi nafurani na turbo hormoni .... posleden primer koj e potsetnik deka retko koj atlet e chist e Sharapova iako za atletski nego bilderski doping [1][2][3] koj pak ne nedotasuva kaj Viliams [1]2][3] ili Kapriati






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  Quote +Protagorist Quote  Post ReplyReply #37 Posted: 16-Apr-2016 at 17:51


и ајде стероиди ќе разберам некако дека некој злоупотребува, она ако веќе решил да се ремети за тоа бар е свесен дека е штетна и непроверена работа ако се тера на своја рака без лекарски надзор и консултација, иако и тогаш грешки се случуваат што од немарност што од грешна серија итн.

него ме чуди зошто народ нема акал, особено сред ова е-времињава за лесно достапни информации, бар околу секојдневните отрови [1] да најде некоја органска алтернатива, пример јапонците ја користеле оризовата арпа за сјајна кожа [1][2] нашите пак од лушпата правеле кошулици за глинените подови по селските куќи но тоа е од првата главна лушпа додека ова што го користат јапонците за сапун или уље е од втората внатрешната лушпа на оризот [1][2] чинам таков е самиот кафен ориз ко нерафиниран [3]

во иднина ова би била органска алтернатива и за детергентите, претпоставувам со сода бикарбона би излегла интересна комбинација [1] а на повидок се и пореволуционерни комбинации со микроорганизми [2]

http://www.ingredients101.com/ricebran.htm [3]

A study of cytotoxic activity onRBCs reveals that rice bran detergent is less toxic as compared to commercially available detergents thereby showing thepotential of rice bran oil for the production of high quality biodetergent... [1]



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  Quote beTon Quote  Post ReplyReply #38 Posted: 27-Sep-2016 at 00:48

кога сме кај муабетов за нега, еве интересна нова информација за правење поконцентирани тинктури и масла, хм тек сега сапун од козјо млеко ќе може убаво да се измикса со кантарион

http://australianperfumejunkies.com/2014/02/05/co2-extracts-and-extraction-simplified/ [1]

https://www.sunrosearomatics.com/products/c46-co2-extracts/

http://www.basenotes.net/threads/272070-Help-please!-With-CO2-Extracts

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иако секогаш архаичниот начин носи в себе далеку поубава мистикa

https://uk.lush.com/ingredients/rose-wax [1]




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