know what your
hormone levels are?
How many of you are suffering
from too much or too little of
some hormone? Or do you have
a problem with your kidney excreting too much of a
or not enough of some chemical? Or does your pancreas
have a problem?
Or is it your bone marrow that has a problem?
How are we going to figure out if we have
medical disorders when the
typical doctor knows nothing about analyzing
our body for medical problems? What are medical classes teaching their
students? Are doctors being taught only how to dispense medicines and
broken bones? Do the people who dominate the schools, hospitals, and
organizations actually care about human health or society?
Doctors should prevent
problems, not exploit
The goal of a doctor and dentist should
be the same as that
of an airplane mechanic.
not wait for people to complain that the
airplane has a problem;
rather, they routinely analyze airplanes and look for potential
problems. In a better society, the medical industry would be similar to
the airline industry. Specifically, the doctors would routinely analyze
each of us in order to identify potential problems, and they would
us suggestions on how to prevent the problem from becoming serious.
would not wait for problems to occur, and then try to profit from them.
Everybody is "defective";
nobody is "special"!
The idea that most people are in good
health and only a few
people have medical problems is an idiotic philosophy. Everybody
is defective, and so we all need routine
Some of my other articles have already mentioned this concept that each
of us is imperfect, but I will explain it again with a couple graphs.
Humans are very arrogant, so we like to think of
ourselves as "perfect".
When we encounter somebody who has a quality that is better than ours,
then they must be beyond
we describe them as being "special"
A more accurate view of life is to consider
everybody as having a variety
of mental and physical defects. Nobody is perfect. When you encounter
who has an ability or talent that you don't have, he is not a "gifted"
person. Rather, he simply has less defects in that particular area.
difference in philosophy may seem insignificant, but it has a profound
effect on your view of life and other people.
The athletes who have tremendous physical energy
and talent are not
people. Rather, their bodies
are simply less defective
of us who cannot do what the athletes do. The people who have
coordination with their fingers are not gifted;
rather, they are simply less defective than the people who are clumsy.
The people who can produce intelligent thoughts are not special people,
either. Rather, their minds are simply less defective in certain areas
than the people who are stupid.
The human gene pool has the data necessary
to create a healthy, nice looking, intelligent, talented person, but
our gene pool is contaminated with a lot of primitive and defective
If anybody were to get all of the wonderful traits, and none of the
or defective traits, then he would be an intelligent, talented, good
healthy person, but that type of person should not be considered as "special"
Rather, he should be described
as "what a normal, healthy
If we could identify every physical and mental
trait of the human race,
and then measure how close each of us come to having the best possible
trait that the human gene pool is capable of creating, we would find
only a few people come close to being the best possible in any trait.
people are below the best in
This graph below might help you to understand this concept that the
any of us can be is the
best of the human gene
pool. None of us can be "beyond human"; none of
us can be so
much more intelligent, coordinated, or talented that nobody else comes
close to us.
||This graph shows that:
Bob has better eyesight than Joe
and Roy, but Bob does not have the best possible eyesight that the
gene pool is capable of creating.
Joe has a better memory than Bob
and Roy, but his memory is not as good as what the human gene pool is
Roy has the best digestion abilities,
but his digestive system is not the best possible that the human gene
is capable of creating.
||If we were to control reproduction, we
would reduce the defects of
each generation. People would become closer to the best that human gene
pool is capable of creating.
||You can imagine what these less
defective people would be like;
all you have to do is look at the people around you and imagine one
has all of the wonderful traits that you see in
the human race.
Imagine a man who has the athletic abilities
of the greatest athlete;
the eyesight of the person with the best eyesight; the coordination of
whoever has the greatest coordination; the math abilities of the
mathematician; the artistic abilities of the greatest artist, etc.
This graph might help you to understand this
concept. After centuries
of controlling reproduction, people would have fewer
and less serious defects,
would be less variation
Everybody would become closer to the best that the
human gene pool
is capable of creating.
The fact that some people have excellent
eyesight is proof
that the human gene pool has the data necessary to produce high-quality
vision, and the fact that Olympic athletes can run a 42 km (27 mile)
in slightly more than two hours is proof that the human gene pool has
data necessary to design a body that can produce a lot of power and has
a lot of stamina.
The human gene pool has a lot of highly advanced
data in it, but unfortunately,
it also has a lot of defective and primitive data. The end result is
none of us get all of the wonderful, modern data. Each of us is best
as "defective". Each of us was created with a random mixture of good
genetic defects, and crude traits from prehistoric eras.
A society that cannot understand or deal with
this concept will degrade
into retards, criminals, parasites, and freaks, and their society will
eventually disintegrate. The societies that dominate in the future will
be those that can understand these concepts, and who have the ability
restrict reproduction to the better quality people. The future
will also design their medical system to routinely monitor everybody's
health from birth to death, rather than allow doctors and businesses to
profit from medical disorders.
7 Oct 2011:
After reading this article, somebody
gave me a comment that made me realize
that I should expand this concept, and I like his expression of
so I will use that word. When I say doctors should monitor all of us
birth to death, one of the reasons is to have detailed records of
our hormone levels, blood pressure, etc., when we are in
health, and at different ages,
in order to provide us with a baseline
compare us to when we don't feel right, and as we grow old. And a
allows us to determine more accurate ranges for hormones, vitamins,
It would also be entertaining to look through the database to see how
compare to other people. For example, I wonder how I compare to
and Navy SEALs, who do things that I couldn't even come close to doing.
Why do we need a doctor to
authorize blood tests?
The laboratory that did my blood test is
near from my home,
so it's convenient for me to go there to have my blood analyzed. I
an employee if I could have my blood tested whenever I pleased, but
said the laws of California prohibit them from providing their services
to the public. The laboratories will give us blood tests only if we
a doctor's request
for a blood test.
Does that law make sense to you?
am I supposed to know how high my T-3 or DHEA level is going unless I
have a blood test once in a while? Why
are we restricted from having these analyses? Who
benefits by requiring us to get a doctor's
request for a medical
To understand how idiotic these
laws are, imagine if we had laws that prohibited us from having direct
contact with car mechanics, and that we were not
allowed to measure
our transmission fluid, oil level, or gasoline levels. In such a case,
when we wanted to measure the oil level in our car, we would first have
to pay a high fee to a "car
for a request
for a mechanic to measure
our car's oil level. Then we would take the request to a car mechanic!
We are not allowed to see
the results of our blood tests!
The laboratory that did the analysis of
my blood has a notice
on their wall to inform us that the laws of California prohibit them
providing us with the results of our tests. They are required to give
results only to the doctor.
if we want to know the results of our test, we must ask our doctor to
To understand how idiotic that law is, imagine a
continuation of my
previous scenario. Specifically, you have contacted a car doctor and
him a high fee in order to get a request for a car mechanic to measure
your car's oil level. The mechanic measures the oil level, but he sends
the results to the car doctor because he is not allowed to let you
see the results. You must then go back to the car doctor, ask him about
the oil level, and then pay him another
If the mechanic discovered that your car was low
on oil, then the car
doctor would write a prescription for high-priced
oil. You then
have to go to a special car
to fill the prescription, and you have to hope that there is a generic
brand of oil because the other brands are much more expensive. If you
the oil measured again in a few months, you would have to go back to
car doctor for another request for a mechanic to
measure your car's
Are these laws intended to protect us
from something? Or are these laws intended to force us to go back and
to doctors in order to provide them with more
Why do some hormones need
prescriptions, but not others?
My blood test in May 1997 showed that I
was low on DHEA. I
was lucky that this particular hormone can be taken in the form of a
(as opposed to being injected), and that this hormone is available
a doctor's prescription, and at a low price. However, I cannot purchase
thyroid hormones without a doctor's prescription, and the thyroid
are much more expensive than DHEA. Why do thyroid hormones require a
Is our government trying to protect
from something? Or is it because thyroid hormones are more expensive
DHEA, and therefore more profitable?
Testosterone also requires a prescription, and
it is also expensive.
How does the American government decide which drugs should be
to prescription only? Why is aspirin available to everybody at low
but insulin requires a doctor's prescription? Why is sugar available to
everybody at low cost, but businesses are not permitted to use Stevia
a sweetening agent? Why are American farmers allowed to raise chickens,
cows, and salmon on unnatural diets and in unnatural living conditions,
but the farmers are not allowed to grow hemp for use as fiber or food?
Some of our idiotic laws seem to be
created by criminals
within the government who are helping their criminal friends in
For example, the laws that restrict Stevia and hemp seem to be intended
to help the businesses that must compete against those items. But why
we have laws that require a doctor's prescription for insulin,
thyroid hormones, and certain other products? Who
benefits from those laws?
Certain drugs and hormones are used (and abused)
by bodybuilders to
develop larger muscles, and by athletes who cheat in their
Also, there are reports of athletes using thyroid hormones as a way to
rapidly lose a few pounds, such as the boxers who must fit within a
narrow weight category. Therefore, it's possible that some of our laws
are intended to prevent the cheating and abuse by athletes and
However, if those laws are intended to control the athletes, then the
There are so many athletes
who cheat that they are routinely
We are not
stopping athletes from
getting access to the restricted hormones or drugs, so who
benefits by making them available by
prescription only? From
what little I know about the prescription drug industry, the only
who benefit from these laws are the pharmaceutical companies and the
The pharmaceutical companies seem to be able to charge more money for
that are available only by prescription, and the doctors benefit
we have to pay them a high fee every time we want to get a
Imagine if some of the items necessary to
maintain a car required prescriptions.
For example, imagine that whenever you wanted to put oil
in your automobile engine, you had to pay a high fee to a car
doctor for a prescription for oil, and then pay
pharmacy for some expensive, prescription
If prescriptions truly protect
us from our stupidity...
The official justification for
prescriptions is to protect
us from our stupidity and ignorance, but if we are going to follow that
philosophy, then why not make everything
by prescription only? For example, why not make pet
dogs available by prescription only? That would
allow us to
protect the stupid people who waste an enormous amount of their money
pets, and it would also protect the stupid people from fleas and ticks,
and it would allow us to reduce the amount of dog poop in our cities.
why not require a doctor's prescription to enter a gambling casino,
a state lottery ticket, or purchase jewelry? That would allow us to
the amount of money that stupid people are wasting on gambling and
Most people are doing a terrible
job of selecting a spouse. Most relationships fail
rather than develop
into a marriage, and most of the marriages are unpleasant.
why not require us to get a prescription for a spouse
from a "Marriage Doctor"? The Marriage Doctor would analyze our
and lifestyle, and he would prescribe a spouse that is a good match for
Incidentally, although the concept of a
"marriage doctor" is
sarcasm, I honestly believe that if we had some respectable and
marriage doctors, they would do a better job of selecting spouses for
majority of people. Most women, for example, are attracted to men who
like puppy dogs,
and most women don't
care whether the man is a criminal, psycho, or parasite. And the main
of most men is the physical appearance of a woman, not her mental
Actually, some men don't even care if their partner has a functional
brain; some men are happy with an inflatable
doll, a retarded
child, or an animal.
Most people are so poorly adapted to this modern
world that they would
have a more pleasant marriage if somebody with more intelligence and
would select a spouse for them. The same concept applies to political
leadership. Most voters do such a terrible job of selecting
candidates that we would provide ourselves with higher quality
officials if most of the voters were told to let people with better
qualities do the voting.
The medical industry is becoming
a significant part of society
Every year there are more people using
medicines and getting
medical treatments. One reason is that people are living longer than
before, and another reason is that as we learn more about health and
we discover that more of us are actually suffering from medical
that are treatable. The medical industry is already a very significant
part of our economic system, and it's going to become even more
in the future. Therefore, it is in our best interest to make the
industry as efficient as
We should stop worrying about
and make society more efficient
One way to make the medical industry more
efficient is to insist
that all adults be
responsible for themselves.
For example, people who have to take medicines should be told to learn
about their particular medicines. The people
who are too irresponsible,
lazy, or stupid to properly use their medicines should be regarded as
who don't belong in this modern world. We should not feel responsible
them, or waste our time trying to help them with their self-inflicted
When we demand that adults be responsible for
themselves, we can make
all prescription drugs and devices available without a prescription. By
removing the restrictions on hypodermic needles, insulin, thyroid
and every other drug and medical device, we make society more efficient
because we eliminate all of the jobs that are needed for the
of these items.
If somebody is foolish enough to inject
themselves with insulin even
though they don't need it, that is their
problem, not ours.
Or if a stupid athlete
wants to abuse hormones, why should we care? Why should we feel sorry
stupid people? If a person wants to abuse Vicodin, why should we care?
Why should we waste our time trying to stop neurotic people from
themselves? We have no
take care of freaks. Furthermore, we don't even have to live
with freaks! We could exile
the freaks on the grounds that we don't want to deal with their
self-inflicted medical problems, and we don't want to listen to them
about how we need to take care of them after they hurt themselves.
Everything that we need for good health has to
be kept within a certain
range. Too much or too little of anything
will kill us. Too much oxygen, for example, will kill us, but too
oxygen will kill us also. If some psychotic people were purchasing
of oxygen that were intended for oxy-acetylene torches, and if they
breathing the oxygen because they enjoyed the sensation of excessive
of oxygen, and if some of them were hurting themselves in the process,
would you approve of society putting restrictions on the sale of oxygen
in order to protect the psychos from their self-destructive habits?
you want every welder and every company that used oxygen to have to go
through procedures in order to prove that they were using the oxygen
a legitimate reason rather than for entertainment?
A lot of bodybuilders and athletes have
discovered that certain
drugs and hormones can help their muscles grow, cause them to lose fat,
or provide them with more energy, and society has reacted by putting
on these drugs in order to stop the athletes from using and abusing
drugs. However, the laws that are trying to control the athletes are as
worthless as the laws that are trying to stop people from using
cocaine, and heroin. The people who want these drugs are going to get
regardless of our laws.
The laws that try to stop athletes and other
people from abusing drugs
and medical devices are a nuisance to society because they make society
less efficient, and they require a lot of people work in the unpleasant
job of trying to control the self-destructive and stupid behavior of
adults. Why should anybody have to spend his life trying to control the
stupid people from their self-destructive habits?
Do you think that you would get
job satisfaction if you spent your life giving blood tests to athletes
in a futile attempt to stop them from cheating? Or imagine spending
entire life trying to catch people who sell steroids to athletes.
who try to stop the sale of illegal drugs are wasting
their life because they are never going to
They catch some drug dealers, put them in jail for a few months, and
they repeat the process, over and over. It would be better if those
were given jobs that are more useful to society, and that would provide
them with more job satisfaction.
Society should be designed
for high quality people, not psychos
My suggestion is to make virtually
everything legal for adults,
and to demand that all adults be responsible for their behavior. If
hurt themselves when they take drugs or hormones, then they can suffer
the consequences. Society should not feel any responsibility to take
of the jerks who abuse drugs, bicycles, motorcycles, knives, guns, or
Children need to be taken care of, and they need
lots of restrictions
on foods, material items, knives, razor blades, and drugs, but adults
are unable to cope with the modern world should either be exiled,
or they should be told to suffer the consequences of their
and idiotic behavior. We should not feel responsible for incompetent or
psychotic adults, and we should not feel sorry for them when they hurt
themselves. If an athlete develops cancer or liver problems as a result
of his abuse of hormones, for example, that is his
problem, not your problem or my problem. Let him suffer or die. We
owe him medical treatment for his self-inflicted health problems. We
raise the standards for our citizens. Society should be designed for
and responsible people, not criminals, idiots, or freaks.
Ignore safety information
at your own risk
Schools should teach children about
health, and they should
be taught that every item that we need for good health has to be within
a certain range. The children who ignore that information, or cannot
it, should be classified as defective children, or primitive
savages, or retards, and we should
not worry about them.
If they hurt themselves, it is their problem, not ours.
should not have to suffer as a result of crude or psychotic people who
Likewise, people who ignore safety warnings,
such as people who cross
over railings at national parks, or who climb over fences at electrical
substations, or who ride bicycles on staircases, or who take hikes in
during winter storms, should be told that they do these dangerous
at their own risk. None of us should feel responsible for such fools.
are not obligated to search for people who get lost as a result of
own idiotic behavior, and we are not obligated to provide people with
type of medical assistance for their self-inflicted problems. When
foolish people accidentally kill themselves as a result of their
activities, our attitude should be, "Good
to another psycho!"
Do any of us have thyroid
problems from nuclear bomb testing?
The thyroid gland is damaged by
radioactive iodine, and children
seem to be more sensitive than adults. For example, thousands
of children who lived near the Chernobyl nuclear reactor developed
cancer after the "accident" (I suspect it was sabotage by Jews).
What happens if a child is exposed to some
radioactive iodine, but not
enough to cause cancer? Could small doses of radioactive iodine kill
some of the thyroid cells,
thereby causing hormone problems?
The reason I ask this question is because when
my mother was pregnant
with me, America and Russia were testing nuclear bombs on land and in
atmosphere, and radioactive waste was falling all around America and
world. Is it possible that some of the radioactive iodine killed or
some of my thyroid cells?
|Steve Jobs is eight months older than I am,
and he just died from pancreatic
cancer. Why did he have cancer?
Like most people, Steve Jobs was secretive
about his health problems,
benefits by keeping medical
information secret. Rather, the secrecy is interfering with our
of health and nutrition.
Everybody, including Steve Jobs, would
benefit if we put all of our
medical and dental information into a public database so that
around the world could analyze it.
A detailed medical database might show us
some very valuable
patterns in regards to who is developing thyroid problems, allergies,
the unusual type of pancreatic cancer that Steve Jobs was suffering
There were so many children developing thyroid cancer near the
nuclear reactor that nobody needed a database to notice that obvious
but there may be lots of subtle or complex patterns that we will not
until we let computers do analyses on an extensive and detailed
For example, a computer analysis might show us
that Steve Jobs, George
Harrison, and other influential people who cause trouble or give
to the Jews are developing mysterious illnesses at a higher rate than
people who are approved of by Jews. We might also find that a lot of
people have a tendency to die during the ambulance ride to the
We might also find that influential people have a tendency to die more
often at the hospitals that are dominated by Jews.
Can abnormal hormone levels
interfere with nutrition?
The doctor that I went to in July 2011
for a blood test told
me that I was anemic, and he gave me a bottle of multivitamin pills. I
didn't think I was suffering from poor nutrition, but I know I wasn't
as much food as I was a few months earlier, so I started taking those
pills. If the vitamin pills really do deliver the high level of
that they claim, then from the middle of July onward, I would have
any nutritional deficiency I was suffering from.
The next month (August), I asked the doctor to
check my hormones, and
he suggested that in addition to measuring my hormone levels, I should
also measure vitamin D, B12, and folic acid because he has encountered
a lot of patients who are low on those particular nutrients. I agreed
the tests even though I was thinking to myself that measuring my
D level would be a waste of money because I was taking a multivitamin
every day, and I was also routinely eating mushrooms that supposedly
plenty of vitamin D in them because they were exposed to ultraviolet
while they were growing. I assumed that I was getting more vitamin D
I actually needed.
I was shocked when the results of the blood test
came back and showed
that my vitamin D level was only 20 ng/mL, which is supposedly the bare
minimum necessary. How could my vitamin D level be so low when I was
so much in my diet? The blood test I had in July 2011 showed that I was
low on sodium,
but how could I be low
on sodium when I put salt on so much of my food?
This makes me wonder, are the tests that measure
these blood chemicals
If they are, then I have to wonder if the reason I was low on vitamin D
was because my low hormone levels were interfering with digestion, or
the absorption or processing of the vitamin after it gets into my blood.
I was resting for two
hours after a meal!
Another reason I wonder if my hormone
problem was interfering
with digestion is that during 2011 I once again had to stop eating
because I was becoming more extremely
eating a meal. For many decades I have been avoiding breakfast because
I didn't feel very good after eating a meal, but by 2011, it was
ridiculous. After eating breakfast, I would go back to my computer and
resume working, but as my food began to digest, I would become
tired, and after about a half an hour I would want to sit down,
and eventually I was becoming so exhausted that I would
lay down for an hour or two. This was
interfering with my work,
so I decided to stop eating breakfast.
This problem of becoming exhausted as my food
was digesting was also
occurring after I ate dinner, but at night it didn't interfere with my
work, so I didn't care. I ended up lounging in front of the television
for about two hours every night. I haven't watched so much television
I was a child.
Why was I losing
weight rather than gaining
One of the symptoms of low levels of
thyroid hormones is that
many people gain
weight, but why do
they gain weight? Is it because they eat virtually the same amount of
while their metabolism slows down and they become too tired to get
thereby resulting in more of their food being converted into fat?
One of the reasons that I dismissed the
possibility that my thyroid
hormone levels were low was because I was losing
weight rather than gaining weight. If I remember correctly, I was only
117 pounds (I'm 6 feet tall, 183 cm) in July 2011, when I went to a
a blood test. However, perhaps the reason I was losing weight was
I was eating less food.
I have seen lots of old people taking naps after
a meal, so I assumed
that the reason I needed two hours of rest after eating a meal was
I was aging at a much more rapid rate than a normal person. I had heard
about the genetic defect called progeria,
which causes children to die of old age before they have become adults,
and I assumed that my body, even though it was only 55 years old, had
aged to the state of somebody who is 90 or 100 years old.
However, now that I am taking hormones, I can
eat a meal without
being tired afterwards! This makes me suspect that my low hormone
had reduced my energy production to such a low level that my body
to use all of its energy for digesting the food, thereby leaving
left for my muscles, and so I had to lay down for an hour or two and do
virtually nothing while my food was digesting.
Could certain hormone problems
be mistaken for diabetes?
Another reason that I cut back on my
consumption of food was
because I didn't feel good after eating a lot of food. When I was in my
early 20's I began to wonder if I had a problem with sugar, or some
form of diabetes, so I tried to avoid sugar. My dad had a brother who
in the late 1940's, supposedly of diabetes, so I wondered if I
a mild form of that same problem.
However, now that I'm taking hormones, I don't
have as much of a problem
with food, and this makes me wonder if perhaps the reason I was having
trouble with food and sugar was because my low hormone levels were
interfering with the digestion of food, or the processing of sugar or
or the production of insulin, or the conversion of sugar into fat or
I can't explain what is going on, but I wonder if some of the people
have symptoms that resemble diabetes are actually suffering from some
of hormone problems rather than diabetes. Or, perhaps some of us have a
mild problem with blood sugar that would normally be insignificant, but
it becomes more serious when we also
suffer from certain types of hormone problems.
If low hormone levels can interfere with
nutrition, then it would be
possible for doctors to misdiagnose
a person if they don't look at the hormone levels. The doctor that I
to in July, for example, who doesn't know much about hormones, told me
that my problem was that I was anemic, and his
solution was for
me to take vitamins and eat more food!
If low hormone levels can interfere with our immune
system, then perhaps some people who are suffering from strange
allergies, or arthritis are actually suffering from hormone problems.
What is the effect of multiple
Household chemicals, such as ammonia and
bleach, can interact
with one another. Some medicines also interact with each other, and as
a result, before a doctor prescribes a medication, he should ask his
for a list of medications that he is already using. Does this concept
to hormone problems? In other words, if your T-3
hormone is too
high or too low, you will suffer certain problems, and if your insulin,
testosterone, or T-4 hormones are too high or too low, you will suffer
certain other problems, but what if several
hormones are too high or too low? Do you simply get all of the problems
that each individual hormone causes? Or could a combination of hormone
disorders result in some completely new medical problems?
The medical information about hormones describes
the symptoms of a person
who has either too much or too little of one particular hormone, but I
am low on DHEA, T3, and HGH, and my testosterone is dropping rapidly.
does that combination of hormone problems cause? And I may have other
that I am not yet aware of!
The proper treatment for
may not be proper for you
My levels of HGH are below normal, but
there does not seem
to be much information on what HGH does for adults. What if HGH has
direct or indirect effect on my thyroid gland, liver, pancreas, or
Then the low level of HGH would directly or indirectly interfere with
other function of my body. This could create a lot of confusion in
to helping people with their health problems.
For example, imagine that my low HGH level is
indirectly causing my
thyroid gland to produce less of the T-3 hormone. Now imagine another
who is virtually identical to me, except that he has a proper level of
HGH. However, imagine that his thyroid gland is defective, and as a
his thyroid is producing a low level of the T-3 hormone. In other
each of us is producing the same low level of T-3 hormone, but in my
it is because I have a low HGH level, and in his case it is because his
thyroid gland is defective.
From the point of view of today's doctors, since
both of us have the
same low level of the T-3 hormone, the doctors would assume that we are
suffering from the same problem, but in this imaginary scenario, I
be suffering from low HGH levels, and the other man would be suffering
from a defective thyroid gland. Therefore, each of us would actually
a slightly different treatment. Furthermore, we might need different
of the T-3 hormone in our blood because one of us might use the hormone
more efficiently than the other.
The point I am trying to make is that none of us
have just one, simple
medical problem. All of us have a variety of defects, and that might
some complex medical problems, and so the treatment for one person is
necessarily the same as for another, and the amount of vitamins, salt,
water, oxygen, hormones, and food that one person needs may not be the
same as another, even if they are the same age and weight. Since
don't know much about medical problems today, each of us is going to
to do some experimentation
to figure out how to keep ourselves in the best health.
Perhaps the hot peppers were
I mentioned in this
file about food that I wondered if part of the reason that I
weight and becoming increasingly tired was because I had been taking
levels of hot peppers for a year or more. However, now that I'm taking
thyroid pills, I feel so much better that I doubt if the hot peppers
causing problems. Or, if the hot peppers were causing trouble, perhaps
it was because my low thyroid levels were interfering with the
of food and/or the absorption of nutrients, and perhaps that in turn
allowing the hot peppers to have a bad effect on my stomach, or on some
other part of my body.
Near the end of September 2011 I decided
to start eating the
red chili peppers that I had planted in my backyard. The peppers are
as you can see in the photo. I am usually eating only one pepper a day,
and I am removing the seeds, and I have no idea how much capsaicin they
contain, but they have not caused any trouble yet.
Where is the best location
for testosterone cream?
Most of the instructions for testosterone
cream suggest putting
it on the shoulders or abdomen, but according to some doctors who claim
to have studied this issue, the skin that absorbs the most testosterone
is the scrotum. Therefore, by applying it to the scrotum, a person
less of the cream, which means that he saves his time and money, and he
saves society some of its resources.
Other doctors warn that testosterone cream should not
be put on the scrotum because it causes the testosterone to convert
into an inappropriate hormone. Why are they disagreeing on this? Is it
because nobody actually knows? Or is it because different medical
schools are providing different levels of education about this issue?
Hopefully my HGH levels will
increase as my health improves
It is easy to compensate for low T-3
levels because all we
have to do is take a pill, and testosterone can be boosted by applying
a cream to our skin, but HGH is like insulin; it comes in the form of a
liquid that needs to be refrigerated, and it has to be injected with a
hypodermic needle. It is also very expensive.
How accurate are blood tests?
I suppose I would get used to injecting myself,
but I would rather not
do it, and so I'm not having any HGH injections. For all we know, once
a person becomes a certain age it might be better to have lower levels
of that hormone in order to prevent our nose, ears, intestines, and
other parts of our body from growing excessively. I already
very good after less than three weeks of treatment with thyroid pills
testosterone cream, and I have already regained some of my lost weight,
so I will just ignore my HGH levels for now.
Incidentally, the scientists who
the laboratory procedures
to measure chemicals in our blood ought to provide documents that show
us the accuracy for each test, but I'm not yet aware of where these
are, or even if they exist. Or, the laboratory that measures these
could include "± ×××"
value next to every measurement to show us the accuracy of each test,
they don't. Why not? Are these tests so accurate that they don't feel
need to bother telling us the accuracy levels?