BAC Academy Part II Transcript

The Martial Art of Wellness
Volume 11 – February 2012

(Archive of Previous BioNews)



Welcome to this month’s BioNews.  We must learn to free ourselves from the control that others exert over us. As we learn we become FREE, we become powerful.  This pursuit of self defense in wellness, I call “The Martial Art of Wellness.” And as we practice we become Wellness Ninjas.


The desire to take medicine is perhaps the greatest feature which distinguishes man from animals.
(how about replacing “feature” with “failure?)

– Sir William Osler, In H. Cushing, Life of Sir William Osler (1925)


No need for the anti-depressant I was on

Skin not NEARLY as dry. Some sun spots (I have hundreds!) are fading. No need for the anti-depressant I was on. Bowels are continuing to improve. Total Cholesterol down 28 points after taking F3 for only 3 months. My husband has also seen results. Skin not so dry. Psoriasis is improving. Sleep, greatly improved. He had a stroke on Aug. 6th, so it has been very difficult to measure his improvements since the stroke knocked him down so low. As a result of the stroke, the Dr. had put him on a Statin drug. He decided to stop taking that since he has the F3 working in his system. Must mention my dog. No more red mange: rather, she has soft skin and a georgeous coat of fur after being on F2.“- M.M., USA

MARTIAL ART OF WELLNESS ( BAC Academy Part II Transcript)

The BAC Academy Part II was held on January 25th. The 1.5 hour class was attended by well over 100 people. The seminar was recorded and I am publishing the transcript here, along with the supporting charts.

The transcript of BAC Academy Part I held on January 18th, 2012, is available at BAC Academy Part I.

The purpose of the Academy was to take you to the next level of knowledge about BAC. I did not want to repeat the material already available in the book, DVD, and brochures. In this attempt, I failed, since I repeated much information that you already knew. But I believe that more information will take you to a new understanding about BAC and its usages.
Note: In transcribing, there is an opportunity to “edit”, “add” and “omit”, and I have done so in the hopes of improving your knowledge.

BAC Academy Part II Transcript (held January 25th, 2012) – Mechanism of Action, Usages and Guidelines

Welcome to the BAC Academy part II – Mechanism of Action, Usages and Guidelines. My name is Roland Thomas and I will be speaking tonight. This is an advanced class and it is expected that you have already read and visualized the prerequisite materials that were sent out. Those are:

I am assuming that I am dealing with a fairly advanced level of understanding of the BAC product, its research, and aspects of the culmination in efficiency, or its mechanism of action. And as explained last week, we stressed the BAC aspects of purity and transfer of energy. And we understood, by the end of the meeting, that this is about efficiency in entering the bloodstream, being perfectly disassembled, and then, free flowing in the many miles of cardiovascular and other transportation systems in our body, this way feeding our cells, and particularly those of the brain. Tonight, we’re going to focus more on the aspect of feeding the brain, hence, “awakening the genius within.”

I will be first addressing the mechanism of action and in the latter part of the talk I will be addressing usages and guidelines. We’ll start with generic usage guidelines, and we’ll go into some specifics. This is the aspect that I hope will help the most people, and then we’ll go on and address questions that I’ve already received. I have over 73 questions that relate to usage. So I’ve picked several that are representative from those, and yet I would like to leave room for other current live questions, so we’ll have that participation, and that excitement, and I can be caught off guard as well. It’s kind of healthy for the talk. Having said that, we’ll move on to chart number two.

What comes in must go out

Chart number two represents a basic American kitchen on the left side of the chart. Yes a kitchen at the top, and also a kitchen at the bottom of the chart. The top kitchen is spanking clean, the ideal, perfect, clean model of a kitchen. It’s hard to believe that food comes in there, is cooked and chopped, and so forth, and that there is any garbage or leftover. The counters are so clean, it looks like it’s for sale. It doesn’t look like anybody lives there.

Image 2 – What comes in must go out

Yet, it’s really the ideal for a kitchen and that is the ideal for a clean cell too, there on the top right side of the chart. It shows a cell of our body, of which we may have as many as one hundred trillion. It shows a clean cell where you can see the nutrients as they pass in, they come in, to deliver energy, food is energy, we talked about that last week, and leave wastes from transforming our sugars and protein to energy, absolutely, there are wastes, just like when burning wood in a fireplace you have ashes. And in this cell, we see the wastes are expelled properly out of the cell, and we have a clean cell.

At the bottom left, we have a dirty kitchen, a fairly extreme case. I have stretched the visual representation because you know, that is actually really close to what cells of American, Canadian, and even New Zealanders may look like in terms of comparison, as to the debris or wastes in the cells. This dirty kitchen will lead to fungus, to parasites, eventually to flies, and critters, and rats, and grease on the walls. Eventually you’ll get evicted, correct? You have disease, you have random disease, you may have plaque buildups, call it like it is “crust”, and it is as vivid as this in the human body. Dirt begins in the cell, with continuous overeating, and not enough cleansing.

Ninety percent of people on this planet overeat. Early on in our upbringing, we are taught to eat for emotional reasons, for any occasion or celebrations, and we become addicted to eating. We eat too much and we don’t really have the exercise or the cleansing in place in our daily lives. We eat and we accumulate and our body starts to put things under the carpet, not empty the garbage, and we keep on bringing more food in the house.

Now, another dimension of this chart that is missing here, is the fact that you could expand this kitchen to every room in the house. So you could also expand to bring in the mother, or father role. And with a mother that is well organized, and of good discipline, she will clean herself, and/or train the children and the husband to clean the kitchen, AND she’ll also teach the children to clean their room, correct? And she’ll make sure the husband cleans the garage and picks up the dog poop outside, and in this way they will have a clean house, just like you may have a clean body. I bring this up because the dimension of “awakening the genius within”, or the authoritative leader, is missing in this simple kitchen example. And, somewhat with the single cell example as well.

The cell, like a child, is taught early on about cleansing, brushing its teeth, taking a bath. The cell has its own responsibility in cleansing itself as best as it can. But, a cell, just like a child, when the mother is tired, or doing something else like watching “Days of our Lives”, may not clean its room. So, know that there is a relationship food/energy to activity/action, but also there is a relationship “genius within” or the mother role to activity/action of every cell in the body.

I really want to make this clear, that it’s not as complicated as people think, as the medical model makes it. These academic “scientists” like to make it look very complicated whereby only they may be able to help you. I was blessed when I was fourteen attending a Yoga camp with Swami Vishnu Devananda. He would talk about health, about drinking water, eating, passing gas, bowel movements, everyday cleaning of your nasal passage, etc. so simply in a way that every one understood. And for me today it makes even more sense.

When I first met Dr. Michael Kiriac over 11 years ago, he shared with me these simple words, and he still does from time to time; “in the morning, we should be conscious of making sure that we pass gas, or, if when in bed, you feel that you have gas, or a need to pass a bowel movement, that you should get up, not be lazy, and if you need to urinate, get up and go and clear that.”

He explained that gas may prevent stools from coming down and after a time there is a return of those gases into our body and this may lead to self-intoxication. The same thing with urine. You’re going to put unnecessary pressure on your colon, bladder, and other parts. But his point was for me to understand our body as plumbing. We take in multitudes of food in our body’s thousands of miles of piping. From our large cardiovascular system, our lymphatic system, far into our smallest capillaries, all the way into every cells of our body, there is potential to accumulate fat, debris and plaque. So we need to at least see the gross debris from the day before come out in the morning.

I’m making a big point of this, because its so basic, yet in his words, so important. Over the year it’s become a comic thing between the two of us. It’s a reminder, between friends to take the time, drink a large glass of water, take a capsule of BioSuperfood, wait for the gas, and wait for bowel movement before eating again. What I find fascinating here is how a Yogi and a PhD in Cellular Nutrition can both have common sense. Today I know that what Swami Vishnu Devananda used to say “the east will meet the west” has come to be.

Inorganic vs. Organic

Now, with chart number three, again I wanted to create a visual impression, and here, on the left side we see fourteen thousand parts of a disassembled car. In essence, it looks very complicated, it’s a multitude of parts, and yet, we have mastery over cars. We have engineers, mechanics, we have electronic experts, we have people to change the tires, we fill our tank with fuel. We’ve been at it for a hundred years, and we have it down pat.

Image 3 – Inorganic vs. Organic

And yet it shows that a car has only one motor, a simple gasoline combustion engine. That with the spark creates the explosion, which is the combustion engine. Very simple, and there is no assimilation here, no absorption other than running through a simple fuel line. Unlike with human food, this ready to burn gas comes from oils refined for billions of years by mother earth, and further refined to gas in modern refineries. A car has fifteen feet of fuel line, and if you throw in the brake lines and the other lines you have probably ninety feet of wiring in a car. Electrical wiring, and so forth. I wanted to use that example and another simple aspect of the car. A car is metallic, and just below, you find the atomic level. It’s atoms that make the metal and that’s what the simple car is.

The car is not organic. That’s the one thing I want you to remember, because often we view/treat ourselves as cars. With a car, everything is divided into parts and systems. You have the exhaust system, the fuel system, the brake system, and systems can break down without affecting other systems. It’s all independent, very simple, and it’s supposed to be.

And with that, the medical models, either the natural medicine one, or the one in power, the conventional (AMA) model are just the same, really, in that they both consider/view the body as parts. You have bones, skins, a liver, a pancreas, systems like the cardiovascular system, the endocrine system, the immune system, and everything is separate and you have specialties. It’s very easy to deal with diseases in this way. Remember the old term viscera ( the soft internal organs of the body, especially those contained within the abdominal and thoracic cavities), and that’s the model dating back thousands of years, that our medical models have evolved from. Health-wise, it hasn’t really gone much further than that even though everyone knows that we are made of intelligent cells, that are themselves made of further intelligent parts like organelles and molecules.

So if we look on the right side, I’ve shown purposefully, a human body in a hazy shape, and by that I mean, not necessarily separate from the ambient air that we are exposed to. Unlike cars, we are breathing organic beings, and I’ve not shown parts such as the liver, and so forth, because really, those are illusions, in that our eyes cannot see that all the parts of the human body are actually made of cells, even our bones and hair. So if you wished to compare the parts of the car to those of the human body, then you should at least compare with cells, and not organs. I say at least, because even that is not anywhere close to proper, when you think that our cells are further made of one hundred thousand organelles. And wait just a minute, and I will throw a rock at this comparison when we will talk about molecules.

But, let’s go on comparing, and let’s compare the engine in the car and the human body. A human cell has on average 2,000 mitochondrias, which is engine equivalent of the car engine. But unlike the inorganic car engine, this mitochondria, this cellular engine is organic. It’s also not a simple combustion engine, rather it is a extremely complex chemical engine that produces chemical energy. Next, visualize 100 trillion cells of your body, and multiply that with 2,000 mitochondrias, for a grand total of 200,000,000,000,000,000 engines in our body, not just one like the car.

So we’re very different energy beings than cars. I wanted to make that clear last week, and I want to reiterate it this week, so that you understand that “medicine” is over rated, that food as medicine is also over rated, and that food as a source of energy is under rated and not understood. Another thing that is under rated in the human body is our phenomenal filtration and refinery powers. We can eat a hundred, a thousand different kinds of food in different combinations, cooked, not cooked, raw, polluted or not, and yet our stomachs, our pancreas, our gut can deal with that, break it down into molecules, pass it into our blood to the liver for further filtration and refining. The liver is the greatest refinery that you can ever imagine. The human body is the most efficient being on the planet due to evolution. We’re the most complex. What happens between eating food and bringing it to your blood and to every cell in your body is extraordinary.

Extraordinary, and yet, there is another level of filtration and refining in each of one hundred trillions cell in your body. Each cell is equipped with hundreds of thousands of organelles to filter, absorb and further transform nutrients when proteins and glucose are processed through the mithochondria’s Krebs cycle for energy.

Now, remember I said earlier that I would throw a rock at the car / cell comparison? Visualize now, deeper into physical reality that all of these cells and their one hundred thousands organelles, are actually made of molecules, those chemical bonds of different atoms, like H2O, etc. And did you know that there are as many as 20 trillion of these molecules per cell? Now we’re no longer dealing with cars here. I hope you understand that by now.

And also, with that picture in mind, I hope that by now you realize that energy/health/disease is not as simple as taking, let’s say, a large dose of vitamin C, or a gel of fish oil. I hope that you will think twice when someone suggests that you take a beta-blocker or a COQ10 pill daily, treating you like a late model Chevrolet, enumerate a list of 30 side effects, including death, and tell you they know what they are talking about. The greatest and humble scientists have often come to admit that we don’t know anything! That when it comes to energy, to the complexity of human life, that we don’t know the tip of the iceberg.

And by the way, I was recently listening to a lecture on Ted’s network and a lady was sharing that our body has ninety percent more bacteria than cells. She shared that most of these are good bacteria, fortunately for our survival. She explained that we are covered with bacteria, that they are part of our skin, our insides, our intestinal system, our digestion, our energy, and part of our perfection. Let me leave you with more math here… the 100 trillions cells from earlier, are now downgraded to only a small 10% of our body when taking into account our bacterial brothers.

Nellie gives more milk with less feed!

With chart number five, again, I want to leave you with a visual impression of the relationship food for the brain. We will not only talk about “awakening the genius within”, but we will also talk about awakening the mother within the house, about awakening the maestro of the orchestra.


Image 5 – Nellie gives more milk with less feed!

Last week we talked about animal research, the massive trials and millions of animals involved, and about the extraordinary results obtained. We talked about some of this research replicated in America with cows, with chickens and other species. And now after ten years in America, there are thousands of people benefiting from using BioSuperfood.

But here I’m showing an example with Nellie, a cow, a beautiful dairy cow of two thousand pounds shown here. In research, at a certain time in Russia, but currently in Canada, dairy cows consuming one gram of BioSuperfood daily, which is the equivalent of three capsules, are able to, within weeks of beginning this regimen, reduce it’s daily supplement of protein feed by 5000 grams, and yet, give three to four additional gallons of milk daily. That’s five 5,000 grams more of milk. What is this? This equation (1 gram of BioSuperfood minus 5000 grams of feed equals 5,000 grams more of milk) makes no sense in that you can’t get four gallons of milk out of one gram of green powder? And so I want you to know that this phenomenon has to do with energy and biochemical cellular health. Remember “the culmination in cellular nutrition” that we explained last week. And today we are drilling into the brain, so to understand how one gram of powder, a small capsule, a small bullet of food can be so efficient at transferring its own energy, remember we talked about energy transfer last week. That when released within the bloodstream, it travels elegantly, efficiently, and sufficiently into the brain as to “awaken the mother within, awaken the genius within, the regulator of all metabolism, including that of assimilation of nutrients.

And that is why the cow is much more efficient at breaking down the amino acids, the protein from its feed, and at utilizing those proteins efficiently within the body, and not wasting or losing them directly in the stools. As well, know that we synthesize or create proteins in our body constantly when needed. Thousands of protein or enzyme variants can be fabricated by the cell’s nucleus and ribosomes when needed. And those metabolisms are significantly more efficient when the biochemistry of the brain is involved.

Health is at the Cellular level

With chart number six, I am showing here an artist’s rendition of a cell. It’s a children’s drawing, really, yet it shows a complex body of hundreds of parts, organelles and dots, the nucleus, the membrane, and its hundreds of external receptors. A cell is so smart, these receptors for example will either flee from toxins, or navigate towards nutrients on behalf of the cell. Next, the membrane will decide on what to bring in or not. Very intelligent.

Image 6 – Health is at the Cellular Level

A cell is a genius, a cell, you couldn’t draw the reality of a cell, because a cell has twenty trillion components. There are hundred of thousands of industrious organelles in a cell. A cell is as complex as a city like New York. A cell has more population in terms of busy bees and their activity, then the population of New York, and don’t forget, you have a hundred trillion of those cells in the body.

I’ve specifically highlighted the mitochondria, at the top, which are these energy batteries that we were talking about earlier, of which we have 2,000 per cell. It is within these mitochondrias that sugars and proteins from our foods are transformed into ATP energy. This energy is stored in this battery, and utilized on demand, as in the case of the heart muscle. The cells of the heart are constantly creating and burning fuel, constantly, yeah you can imagine! The busy cells of the heart muscle have five to seven thousands mitochondrias to keep your heart pumping all day.

And so are brain cells with 5,000 mitochondrias constantly delivering critically needed energy. So, this is where health or disease begins and ends, at this cellular level. And I wanted to remind you of the importance of energy by focusing on the mitochondria within the cells.

The Krebs Cycle

With chart number seven, I want to take you to a deeper biochemical understanding, and here you’ll notice that we are zooming inside the mitochondria. Remember, we have 2,000 of these mitochondria per cell. Again, know that this is a simple artist rendition of the Krebs cycle, and its biochemistry that occurs millions of times within the mitochondria per day.

Image 7 – The Krebs Cycle

It is this constant biochemical exchange that creates energy in our bodies. We are chemical energy beings. Yet this image is but an artist’s rendition. The reality is that we would need many charts to represent it more realistically, and as we advance our microscopic technology, we will forever drill into the complexity of this biochemistry. We’ll never get to the end of this. The illusion that we know, that we can take for example, COQ10 as a supplement, and just take it with no problem, is false. COQ10 is one of these factors impacting the Krebs cycle, a co-enzymes, one amongst many that are part of this complex biochemistry that we can only pretend that we know, and yet, we decided on COQ10 instead of say COQ11, or another component because of a clinical finding unraveled by “academia” on a partial activity of COQ10 for a chosen aspect of the mitochondriac chemistry. And with that, the COQ10 industry was born in America.

The Hypothalamic-Pituitary Axis (HPA) aka the Genius Within

The next chart number 8, will help in explaining Dr Kiriac’s realization of “awakening the genius within.” Notice that I am not saying “invention” because he will be the first to tell you that he did not invent anything. It simply shows located in the center base of the human brain, in a simple artist rendition, the hypothalamus and the pituitary gland, (the pineal is missing), surrounded by the hippocampus, the thalamus and the amygdala, which most health practitioners never mention, but are the most critical components of energy and health in our body.

Image 8 – The Hypothalamic-Pituitary Axis (HPA) aka the Genius Within

But specifically within this group of organs, the hypothalamus is the king, the mother of the kitchen, the know-it-all. It monitors 24-7 all external and internal signals from our senses, nerves, even from all cells of our body all the way to the tip of your toes. And through constant biofeedback via the central nervous system , hormones, peptides and steroids, makes your heart pump, manages whether you can stand, whether you can talk, your body temperature, and the biochemistry of energy within every cell of your body.

The biochemistry of the brain instantly impacts the biochemistry of every cell in your body. It even directly influences the biochemistry of the mitochondria, remember the all important battery packs in the cells. You may ask, how does it do that? Well, it is very basic biochemistry achieved through releasing hormones for example, those messages that trigger responses from glands, muscles, organs, and ultimately it is the cells of those organs that respond to the triggers. And in the case of the transformation of food into energy at the Krebs cycle, which requires factors like magnesium, chlorophyll, co-enzymes, oxygen, and so forth, some of those raw materials are frequently stored in the liver. The liver is the greatest storage in our body. In this case, the brain messages will allow the raw materials required for energy to be released in the blood from the liver.

And there are many other molecules that are released upon stimulation from the brain. For example, insulin is created by specialized cells at the pancreas, when the brain commands it to, when the brain needs insulin, it’ll send the message. Just know that is a constant activity in the body. It’s moment by moment, and know that all glands are interdependent, even all organs are interdependent, and there activities are orchestrated and a partnership between the brain and the cells. You understand, so, many people view the body and treat the body at the organ, at the symptom level. In this way you’ll take a pill, a supplement for the pancreas, or vitamin D, or COQ10, etc. And meanwhile, the understanding of the involvement of the brain is ignored. I’m not saying that there are times that we shouldn’t be taking care of an urgent issue within the body, in a timely manner or fashion, but it’s overly done.

So, it is factual that delivering nutrients to the brain is not easy, particularly when the brain is already deficient and tired. The brain is an area of the body that is much more difficult to reach nutritionally than other parts of the body like muscles and organs, including the heart. The brain is protected by what is popularly called “the blood brain barrier (BBB)”, and I often refer to it as “homeland security”. The BBB in essence is specialized cells that make up the arterial wall of the arteries that feed the brain. These smart cells will restrict toxins, poisons, improper volumes, or anything else that may jeopardize brain health. They won’t even allow vitamins, minerals, or amino acids unless their required molecular co-factors are present.

The Endocrine System

In chart number nine we see the same image of the brain with the HPA, but we see it now in its overseeing role over the other glands and organs of the body. It shows a dozen glands and a few organs, but in reality, we have hundreds of glands in our body, and did you know that most organs are also glands?

Image 9 – The Endocrine System

Certainly the pancreas is a gland. Besides synthesizing insulin, the pancreas contributes to alkalizing juices and synthesizes digestive enzymes on demand. We find that enzymes are messengers just like hormones are enzymes, and both are triggered by a demand from the HPA. The kidney is a gland too in many ways. Upon demand from the HPA it produces many regulating factors influencing life, even vitamin D. And we will talk about vitamin D later in this seminar.

Once again this chart is an artist’s rendition. But it would take many charts to depict the reality of the biofeedback of the HPA via the central nervous system, via the extraordinary lymphatic system not shown here, via the endocrine system, via organs, via enzymes, and there are many other factors not shown and many unknown. And by the way, none of these systems work alone as separate entities like what we learn in biology. In reality, they are life partners, they need one another for life. Via the regulating role of the HPA they are maintained in balance.

Notice on the right side of this chart I show a list of thirty or so hormones, the most popular like insulin, adrenalin, estrogen, testosterone, and calcitonin for regulating calcium. By the way, have you noticed that vitamin D is on this list? We will talk about vitamin D, a hormone, later. But in reality, we would need many panels to show the hundreds of hormones, peptides and steroids involved in regulating our metabolism. Even our cells have regulating functions called the cellular hormonal system. For example, our cells can compose as many as one hundred thousand forms of proteins or enzymes on the demand from their environment. And these billions of regulators are all working together thanks to the HPA.

There is More to the Endocrine System

Next chart is a zoom-in representation of the endocrine system. Don’t try to read it, as it is purposefully unreadable. It is an artist’s attempt at representing the endocrine system and its relationship within our body. It is apparently very elaborate, and you can see that a lot of effort was put into it. But here again, in reality, you would need dozens of charts to just even begin to depict this biochemical reality.

Image 10 – There is More to the Endocrine System

What we boast knowing about biochemistry is likely barely the tip of the iceberg. It will forever be impossible to show and perceive visually the complexity of human biochemistry. Allen Bate said in the 70’s “as we pursue the macro universe, it will always run away from us”. With our advances in microscopic technologies, we can now safely say “as we pursue the microscopic universe, it will always run away from us”. We will endlessly discover sub-functionality within our bodies, even as we are now entering the subatomic. And then we’ll start trying to explain the subatomic functionality in regards to health, and we’ll spend decades there, and we’ll move on.

Ultimately, it’s always going to come back to energy. And we will have to look seriously into sciences like Chi or Prana. Chi, as in the subtle energy, even beyond the harsh atomic energy.

Cellular Hypoxia – Yes or No?

In chart number eleven you see two samples of red blood cells. Here, I’m also showing the brain, the HPA on the top right, and at the bottom left the cell and mitochondria as reminders of energy. I don’t want to let you lose sight of that.

Image 11 – Cellular Hypoxia – Yes or No?

On the left side is a sample of typical blood. If you take a snapshot of blood in America, 90 percent of the people will show that kind of picture. A lot of cells sticking together, sort of lazy, and just not behaving well and transporting oxygen and so forth as they should. It’s lazy blood. And the picture on the right, is taken thirty minutes after consuming a capsule of BioSuperfood. In that short period of time, you can see the red blood cells go from lazy and deformed and flattened and clustered to detached and more red and more functional.

What happened? In a simple explanation, you have oxygenation that takes place. You have hypoxia on the left side, and its opposite (proper oxygenation) on the right side. The first stage of formation of a red blood cell, also called hemoglobin, is a function of the globin protein in conjunction with iron forming hemoglobin, or red blood cell. The average adult human has 20-30 trillion RBCs at any given time and produces 46 billion daily.

And yet, hemoglobin is not good enough. There’s another phase in the formation of a healthy red blood cell which is the acquisition of oxygen. Red blood cells must acquire two oxygen molecules for each hydrogen molecule to make oxy- hemoglobin, or oxygenated red blood cells. We need oxygen constantly, to feed that fire within and to fight hypoxia. Oxygen is a critical part of the energy cycle. And the role of the red blood cell is to transport oxygen. Blood is the river of life in our bodies. Imagine, if you’re missing out on oxygen, what happens to the energy in the cells of the brain? Or the cells of the heart, or the cells of your bones? You have lack of power, you hardly have energy, you have a fatigue, a sluggishness, and that is what we have in America.

Most people, by the time they’re forty, are at half-life energy-wise. They’ve lost their life force. Because that process, oxygenation potential, and the many other related metabolisms in our bodies slow down. And we start to have disease. We call them diseases. We have arthritis, we have pain, we have deficiencies, we have cancers and we have arthritis, we have fibromyalgia, we give it all kinds of names, but it stems fundamentally from the gradual loss of our energy, our life force.

Vitamin D – The Allopathic View

I said I would pick on Vitamin D. I’m showing in chart number 12 a diagram of vitamin D (partial) metabolism. This is a simple view, yet a good one to explain this metabolism in the human body.

Image 12 – Vitamin D – The Allopathic View

This diagram shows the influence of sunlight, affecting the skin to synthesize some precursor vitamin D, passing through your blood, down to the liver, to be stored there. I said earlier that the liver is a great storing location.

It also shows on the right side that you can acquire some vitamin D through your diet, assimilate it in your blood through digestion and going to the same place, the liver. You can assimilate a little bit that way with few foods. By the way there is even a little bit in BioSuperfood. But really, there’s more in fish, and so forth. I wouldn’t recommend milk.

But besides the liver, it also shows here the kidney’s participation in synthesizing, or supercharging vitamin D, the final factor, which at this stage is really a hormone created by specialized cells of the kidney. You can also see here on the right the stimulation from the para-thyroid gland. Earlier, I said that the parathyroid gland releases hormones, and that specialized cells of the kidney will receive these messages and synthesize vitamin D hormones. You can see here the process where cells of the kidney and cells of the liver work in tandem to charge vitamin D123 (a hormone).

Vitamin D supplementation exploded on the market in the last couple of years, when, three or four years ago, nobody talked about it. It hadn’t been spotted yet as a deficiency in certain types of cancer. But with those recent observations and premature deductions, the vitamin D industry was born. That’s similar to what happened to vitamin E starting in 1980. Due to some premature recommendations, it became a star supplement.

Now the fact that the vitamin D factors are important in intestinal absorption, in calcium and bone metabolism and prevention of cancer is real and we must be concerned with that. But there are many other components in our body that become deficient with loss of life force. And we have an opportunity to resolve these deficiencies in a very different way then supplementing. We want to restore the declining metabolism that leads to deficiencies.

Vitamin D – The Holistic View

Now, continuing on with vitamin D, in chart thirteen, you’ll see that I’ve drawn lines. I’ve shown the brain’s involvement from the HPA that supervises the pituitary, which controls the para-thyroid, which controls the kidney.

Image 13 – Vitamin D – The Holistic View

Here we can see that the parathyroid glands would do nothing unless the HPA says “go ahead, please, we need some vitamin D.” And know that with aging, fatigue, malnutrition, inflammation, etc., even the brain’s requests for vitamin D slows down, and we have vitamin D deficiency.

With this visual, I hope you understand the importance of the HPA’s relationship with our metabolism. Without the brain’s action in restoring cellular energy, even if you go in the sun you’re not going to get your proper vitamin D level restored. Even consuming food with vitamin D, and large amounts of vitamin D supplements will not be good.

All the aspects related to vitamin D activity, from reception of the sunlight, assimilation of your vitamins, its storage at the liver, its subsequent synthesis at the kidneys, all the way into the biochemistry of each cell and its Krebs cycle function will not work well, or at all without that HPA relationship.

The last thing I wanted to do with this chart was to show vitamin D as a separate event. You could not have the vitamin D metabolism working unless you also had acquisition of nutrients and transfer of energy, vitamin c, fat metabolism, mineral activity, and so on also working. In summary, all human metabolisms are inter-related. I’m trying to show the big picture.

400% Spermatozoid Increase with BAC

Chart 14 is a most visual, easy to understand representation of the brain’s direct relationship with the energy and the function to the cell. I’ve selected the spermatozoid, the sperm cell, which is a most specialized cell as you know. Its role is to be born, respire semen, and then swim as fast as possible, and try to penetrate the egg. Very simple life.

Image 14 – 400% Spermatozoid Increase with BAC

You’ll see that it is shaped for that task, it’s shaped like a racing car. It’s got a head, a body, and a tail, and you will please note here that most of the components of the body section are actually mitochondria. Thousands of mitochondria, the energy capsule described earlier. And so upon being released in the semen, it will respire the sugar and convert it into energy at the Krebs cycle within each mitochondria, and swim straight to the egg.

During research in Russia, mammals tested were shown to have a 400% increase of spermatozoa and motility (speed of movement). This is seen under the microscope. So in a sperm sample, you would see 400 times more spermatozoid, as well you would see the motility, the speed of travel of all of those little guys also measured at 400% faster. With this example you can understand the direct involvement of the brain with the quantity of spermatozoa, and its increased energy. And so, I hope by now that you are understanding that the energy of the HPA, and that of the entire brain increases when you consume BioSuperfood. And when the energy of the brain increases, then brain health increases, and it flows into the rest of the body, to organs, glands, nerves, to every cell of the body all the way to the tips of the toes. In the words of Dr. Kiriac, “If you can increase brain health, then the rest of the body is a no brainer.”

The Futility of Supplementation

I’m showing on chart 16, my old supplement regimen once again, the multitude of vitamins that I was taking twelve years ago. And I know many of you are taking many supplements too.

Image 16 – The Futility of Supplementation

In the mid 80s, I started to have some health problems, even though I was a vegetarian. I tried many things to resolve my health issues. I tried yoga and different diets. My health issues were a lower back pain problem, a right knee chronic tendonitis, gaining weight, fatigue, and some tendency for depression and burnout. I really wanted to be 100% natural in my solution, but that did not seem to work, and so for many years I adopted all these different supplements. I tried a lot of things. And frankly nothing worked and my problems were getting worse.

But when I began taking BioSuperfood, just a few capsules per day, within days and weeks, my health issues began dissipating, dissolving away. I stopped taking all the other supplements, and to this day I don’t take any other supplements. I just take this BioSuperfood.

And if you’re like me, I was not happy with this chemical approach of supplementation. Taking separate and large doses of selenium, vitamins, minerals, and so forth, I tell you, never sat well in my mind as a researcher. Like most, I have a bit of an instinct, and you know, you see through things, and you say, well what is the logic of the combination of all these supplements? How many should I take, and who says that whether this company and that company makes the one that is the same in value as this other one? Who to trust, and which one is good and there are thousands of these companies making these supplements.

So like many of you, I was doing it, I had fallen for the supplement approach. And like I told you last week, if I had kept this up, I’d be taking another 10 or 20 additional supplements by now. So that’s enough of my story. Today I wanted to introduce the big picture, “awaken the genius within”, so that you will understand, that just like me you may not have to take all these supplements any longer.

Recommended Uses of BAC

This part of the BAC Academy IIb – Usages & Guidelines will be available with next month’s release of BIONEWS.

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