“simply scrummy raw brain blancmange jeeves, however Did you manage to get the turmeric in with the aluminium so Perfectly Deliciously”, “oh, just a smidge of madison avenue deodorant & a dash of fleet street m’lud, then simply marinate the peasants for a few years & let them simmer in their own juices until soft”.
Always hearing claims of “wonder foods”, i’d suggest (as braincells regrow regardless in general) that a wide variety of small amounts of vegetables (fish & chicken are not vegetables), herbs/spices (enjoyment is a known healing trigger), no burnt carcinogenic corpse, using every move an excercise in its own right etc., are much more likely to promote healthy cellular regeneration than merely chucking in some “wonder spice” which most likely only speeds cell growth, not cell health, & that (never trust the jaded rich) is possibly even merely the “dish of the week” in some circle or another, eg, “simply scrummy raw brain blancmange jeeves, however Did you manage to get the turmeric in with the aluminium so Perfectly Deliciously”, “oh, just a smidge of madison avenue deodorant & a dash of fleet street m’lud, then simply marinate the peasants for a few years & let them simmer in their own juices until soft”
“the sane solution ignored is that even if such numbers of poor that currently subsist by working in the meat business were then out of work because of global veganism, if that meant turning large areas into non-monoculture “gardens” as opposed to current monoculture farms, they would have hugely better lifestyles anyway, & that, along with a vastly improved global ecosystem in general, should be the priority, not “financial considerations”, the only “problem” is convincing so many dumb-arse chimps that the reason they have vegetation digesting gastro-intestinal tracts that are toxified by stuffing them with slow rotting corpse, is because they ARE vegans. njoi! Billie”
Hey Billie, I know it’s probably inappropriate to ask this, and I would get some ridicule from the general public for asking it, but – health wise – is there really any difference between a feed of chicken/beef/lamb/horse/dog/cat, etc., …. or having a feed of human? What u reckon?
No, they’re all corpse, they all rot in chimps’ “way-too-lengthy-to-be carnivorous” gut, all cause cancer & various other toxin-based diseases in humans, ie, the human runs Perfectly on TOTALLY vegitarian, vegetation is required to keep the Planet’s ecosphere working, growing vegetables requires a tiny % of the land/resources that “livestock” uses to provide lower nutrition, poisonous corpses, & then most chimps poisoning themselves on it ignore the internal organs that are the bits that actual carnivores eat anyway, that contain way more nutrients than the flesh, & burn it 1st thus making it even MORE carcinogenic & toxic, ie, humans on average are retarded chimps. Slainté, Billie.
re exercise, yeah, sort of, more a case though of simply “paying attention” to the muscles etc, ie, too many people seem to merely see themselves in “shallow” mode, not “wireframe” if ya get my drift, ie, they don’t “think” their physical being through everyday moves, so bad habits creep in, eg, always reaching for their coffee with the same arm, or moving their chair closer to it instead of “stretching for it” whilst consciously feeling the moves of their every other muscle around sinew/skeletal in relation to that simple move so as to incorporate their entire body into that move as a coordinated series/parallel of flex/contract/torque etc.
Turmeric Compound Boosts Regeneration Of Brain Stem Cells: Science Daily.
A bioactive compound found in turmeric promotes stem cell proliferation and differentiation in the brain, reveals new research. The findings suggest aromatic turmerone could be a future drug candidate for treating neurological disorders, such as stroke and Alzheimer’s disease.
A bioactive compound found in turmeric promotes stem cell proliferation and differentiation in the brain, reveals new research published today in the open access journal Stem Cell Research & Therapy. The findings suggest aromatic turmerone could be a future drug candidate for treating neurological disorders, such as stroke and Alzheimer’s disease.
The study looked at the effects of aromatic (ar-) turmerone on endogenous neutral stem cells (NSC), which are stem cells found within adult brains. NSC differentiate into neurons, and play an important role in self-repair and recovery of brain function in neurodegenerative diseases. Previous studies of ar-turmerone have shown that the compound can block activation of microglia cells. When activated, these cells cause neuroinflammation, which is associated with different neurological disorders. However, ar-turmerone’s impact on the brain’s capacity to self-repair was unknown.
Researchers from the Institute of Neuroscience and Medicine in Jülich, Germany, studied the effects of ar-turmerone on NSC proliferation and differentiation both in vitro and in vivo. Rat fetal NSC were cultured and grown in six different concentrations of ar-turmerone over a 72 hour period. At certain concentrations, ar-turmerone was shown to increase NSC proliferation by up to 80%, without having any impact on cell death. The cell differentiation process also accelerated in ar-turmerone-treated cells compared to untreated control cells.
To test the effects of ar-turmerone on NSC in vivo, the researchers injected adult rats with ar-turmerone. Using PET imaging and a tracer to detect proliferating cells, they found that the subventricular zone (SVZ) was wider, and the hippocampus expanded, in the brains of rats injected with ar-turmerone than in control animals. The SVZ and hippocampus are the two sites in adult mammalian brains where neurogenesis, the growth of neurons, is known to occur.
Lead author of the study, Adele Rueger, said: “While several substances have been described to promote stem cell proliferation in the brain, fewer drugs additionally promote the differentiation of stem cells into neurons, which constitutes a major goal in regenerative medicine. Our findings on aromatic turmerone take us one step closer to achieving this goal.”
Ar-turmerone is the lesser-studied of two major bioactive compounds found in turmeric. The other compound is curcumin, which is well known for its anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective properties.