Re: chondroitin sulfate for heart...wow...
Check out MIT's Stephanie Seneff's theories on cardiovascular disease...
WOW...fascinating stuff!!! ...especially the part in the video nr: 5/7
, where she proposes that the "endothelial Nitric Oxide Synthase"
...and that the real purpose for this mostly membrane-bound compound is to produce sulphate
from sulphur and oxygen...in this article
, under point 9 she says:
It has recently been proposed that eNOS is a dual-purpose enzyme, producing NO when it is bound to calmodulin in the cytoplasm, and producing sulfate when it is bound to caveolin at the plasma membrane
Another thing that strikes me when reading her article
about the crop-pesticide glyphosate and it´s inhibitory effect on CYP-enzymes,
Section 5 will provide evidence that glyphosate inhibits CYP enzymes.
...is that Salvestrol
exerts it´s cancer-killing abilities first after being activated by a CYP-enzyme...
Salvestrols are a new class of natural chemicals that are found in plants and can be safely eaten in the diet. They undergo a process of molecular activation inside cancer cells by a special enzyme, CYP1B1, and thereby cause the cells to cease growing or die.
and if glyphosate is being spread all-over-the-place, entering commercially grown food-stuff via the use of Monsanto´s pesticide Round-up, then this is yet another obstacle on the quest for optimal health... I don´t know about the use of Round-up in other countries, but here in Sweden
the use of it has escalated from the period 1985-1994 when it was used on average 230 tons of it per year, whereas in 1995 was used 500 tons and 1996 470 tons per year...2010 the use of it
was 650 tons... and at the same time, farming of organic crops is fighting un uphill battle, since governmental policies requires state institutions to by the cheapest possible services, thereby effectively excluding local farmers which are competed out-of-business...it ain´t easy to tie all these loose ends into a comprehensive mental picture, and do something about it, exept staying as healthy as possible...