posted on Aug, 21 2013 @ 10:53 PM
Molybdenum helps to make cartilage, one of the things with beef cartilage is that it can stop the blood cell growth in tumors sort of like a
strawberry does. Look at a strawberry, it is full of seeds on the outside, these seeds contain molybdenum. The high molybdenum cinabar ore with the
mercury removed or bound is used on fields for strawberries to make them grow better. The remaining mercury in this is said to be unavailable to the
plants. Molybdenum helps to stop blood growth in tumors, but too much will also tend to stop blood cell growth in muscles and in the brown fat which
processes fats. I am experimenting with this on myself to see how to regulate things so everything works right.
Soup made with soup bones is good for you. Molybdenum also makes fluoride work better making tooth enamel, it would be better to get the fluoride out
of the water and boost the molybdenum in the diet. Molybdenum also helps us produce cartiledge, and even strong bones, that is far better than adding
fluoride which has negative effects.
If you want a strong heart and veins, eat more elastins, heart and fat cells are high in these, we cannot produce the elastin binding protein
ourselves, but certain bacteria in the gut may have that ability. That is if we don't have antigens that make our bodies attack these bacteria or the
bacteria we have in the gut don't kill these off. Eating onions with meat means strong joints but it means a possible brittle heart, lungs, and veins
and these can't work right. It also hampers the bloodvessel growth in the guts. Don't eat onions with meat all the time. If you are type A blood,
you probably have antigens to beef protein, this means the blood can stick together and form little clots, the sulfur in onions and garlic helps to
keep this from happening, also a baby aspirin will work. Or poplar leaf tea.
There are hundreds of ways to do this stuff, but an adequate supply of molybdenum and all minerals in balance is critical to good health. Magnesium
deficiency happens when you get older for some reason, it gives you a big gut. Molybdenum also needs magnesium to work properly. All of these things
have to be balanced, we should crave the right foods but often the cravings are side tracked by food additives that attract us. Free glutamates are a
bad one, so is carrageenan which is metabolized into free glutamates. I think that there is some major problems in the diets around the world. I
guess that is why we only live usually to less than ninety five years old. With the advanced genetics we have, we should outlive most animals three
fold. We should live to at least three hundred years old. We are being conditioned to eat foods that cause problems, said to be good for us. foods
and spices that cause metabolic issues.
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