Dr. Christa Whiteman

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Stone Ridge, NY, 12484

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movnat.com 7 Natural Movements That Are Just What The Doctor Ordered YES!!!! I recommend these movement skills to patients all the time! movnat.com Doctors agree: moving naturally does the body good. And some movements do the body a lot of good, which is why many doctors are now recommending Natural Movement to their patients. And it’s no wonder why. Simply by making a habit of moving naturally, you’re likely to experience fat loss, lean mu...
David Winston, RH
Functional Medicine Patient Community It’s pure sugar. Put the juice down! https://mobile.nytimes.com/2018/07/07/opinion/sunday/juice-is-not-healthy-sugar.html
Aviva Romm, MD Women- check this out! Yes, red wine has polyphenols and such in it, but those are chemicals classes that are in MANY types of plants- from the veggies you eat, to culinary spices and many herbs as well. You don't have to drink red wine to get the benefits of those compounds, and the alcohol is possibly doing more harm than good. 15% of breast cancer cases may be attributed to alcohol use. While an occasional drink is completely safe, it is true that the research linking alcohol to breast cancer is deadly solid: alcohol, regardless of whether it’s in Everclear or a vintage Bordeaux, is carcinogenic. It is something I tell my patients. Even good quality red wine can wreck hormone balance and sleep, too. What I didn't realize that researchers estimate that alcohol accounts for 15 percent of US breast cancer cases and deaths. The alcohol industry has been creating a false health halo around red wine for a very long time. Read more here.
Nutritious Movement The claims that a standing desk is better for you than sitting are.... thin and it depends on how you define "better." The truth is that reality defies a quick & simple soundbite. The truth is rather inconvenient in fact: humans are not designed to be chained to a desk all day- whether they sit at or stand at it. We are designed to move & roam; to be in many different positions throughout the day. But how do you design that into a desk? Or even a job? There's a new study (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29388500) on standing desks showing (as predicted) they can INCREASE physical discomfort and DECREASE sustained attention (suggesting the latter being related to the former). In #MoveYourDNA and #DontJustSitThere I'm really trying to break this down--that swapping standing sedentary time for sitting sedentary time is unlikely going be a solution given how much data exists on those that already stand all day at work. When you add hard surfaces and high heels to standing, now you're messing with venous return systems while increasing the load to your lower legs. There are still many avenues to explore--of varied geometries while sitting and standing and, of course, the not truly acknowledged idea that "STAYING IN ONE PLACE" serves as the backbone (not backbone - the rebar) to our culture. Noting this explicitly, even when it feels unchangeable, is part of noting all assumptions. The final line of this article is "Okay, you may now sit down." Given the abundant information on the effects of sitting and the benefits of movement, I would offer a less sedentary closing line: "While the benefits and costs of standing in front of a desk aren't clear, we do know that moving is beneficial. So how about skip the standing and sitting as you can and take a short walk instead." (P.S. You know how in #MovementMatters I wrote that I was interested in how a sedentary culture thinks about and researches movement, how it creates guidelines from this research, and how those guidelines perpetuate sedentarism? This is what I was talking about.)
David Winston's Center for Herbal Studies Adaptogenic herbs are useful and powerful medicines in the herbal toolbox, but often they are misused or their is much confusion about how best to use them. David Winston literally wrote the book on adaptogens. Instead of doing a post, here's a link to an interview I just did on adaptogens that I thought you might find of interest. There is a significant amount of confusion on the subject so I'm hoping this will help to clarify what is and isn't an adaptogens.
cnn.com Study: Ibuprofen leads to male infertility Guys- listen up... cnn.com When taking ibuprofen in doses commonly used by athletes, young men participating in a small study developed a hormonal condition more typically found in older men.
Feeling a little out of alignment this holiday season? I have office hours on Monday and Wednesday this week and the Wednesday and Friday, December 27 & 29. Stand tall.
youtube.com Prehistoric women had stronger arms than modern athletes Good stuff in the short video. Remember that your bone is living tissue and it responds to loads you do or don’t place on it everyday. youtube.com Prehistoric women had stronger arms than modern athletes Members of the Cambridge University Women’s Boat C... Soucre : https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2...
NPR It’s sugar that’s the problem- not fat. Initial results of a 1968 study funded by the Sugar Research Foundation showed that a high-sugar diet increased animals' triglyceride levels, a type of fat in the blood, through effects on the gut bacteria. The research was halted before it was completed.
theunknownbutnothidden.com Harvard: Unvaccinated Children Pose Zero Risk - People who say that the unvaccinated put the rest of the population at risk do not understand how vaccines work. A notable exception would be the flu vaccine, since there are multiple strains of the flu and the vaccine can only be made to be effective against one or two. Still, it’s been shown that you would have to vaccinate 100 people to prevent 1-2 cases of the flu- and that’s in a good year when the flu vaccine matches the infective strain well. Otherwise, you may see little to no benefit at all. The best thing went it comes to the flu is to encourage people to STAY HOME at the first sign of illness. Instead of forcing mandatory vaccination, we should create a working environment where workers can have paid sick time so they aren’t ‘soldiering through it’ anyway. theunknownbutnothidden.com A Harvard immunologist has written an open letter explaining why unvaccinated children pose no risk to their vaccinated counterparts. Vaxxter.com reports: Dear Legislator: My name is Tetyana Obukhanych. I hold a PhD in Immunology. I am writing this letter in the hope that it will correct several com...
Dr. Jack Kruse Yikes! Sore eye muscles/facial muscles/skeletal muscles = bad mojo coming.

HOW IS STATIN MYOPATHY, PD AND FIBROMYALGIA THE SAME BUT DIFFERENT? Both come from a lack of light at a particular surface. = PD = lack of dopamine creation in the RPE........this is why Parkinson people lose muscle mass and it even causes their special non expressionless faces...........PD is usually related to a lack of full spectrum sunlight getting to the eye to build dopamine and melatonin locally in the retina and recycle protons in mitochondria.
If the eye doesn't get the stimulus of UV/IR light neither does the frontal lobes nor the brainstem = substantial nigra = PD and neither do your muscles. This ruins how the Q -cycle works in muscle mitochondria and it leads to muscle pain. This is what we see in statin toxicity due to myopathy. Statins are CoEnzyme Q 10 blockers. This means they increase heteroplasmy by stretching out the distance between respiratory proteins and this effects ECT speed, electron spin, and proton spin.
What happens if you live your life 99% indoors and always around fake light always covered up with clothes or fake light? Fibromyalgia = skin surface defect = this implies PD and FM are somehow linked in quantum fashion doesn't it? HOW? Where does skin and brain come from in a zygote? NEUROECTODERM.................BOOM
DETAILS: When water in your cell can not carry the right amount of energy life can not grow. Think if a plant. If it has little water, and too much of the wrong protons, and lots of sun will it grow and live well? No. Realize water and the level of potassium (K+) in a cell are linked. Water has to have the right proton network to act as a liquid crystal. Energy is tied to K+ ion concentrations and this is connected to ATP levels at cytochrome 5, the ATPase. K+ also links to water molecules and in turn to ATP molecules stochastically and the Q -cycle also links to the ATPase spin rate because of the size of the ATPase proton channel. It spins 1500 times per second in healthy mitochondria!!!!! For every 0.3 mEq below 3.8 mEq that potassium is on a standard blood lab draw, means there is 100 mEq deficit of potassium INSIDE a cell. This deficit cause a mitochondria to consume more calcium and it swells. The calcium release is linked to the incident EMF we get. It should be from the sun's normal solar spectrum but when it is not the incorrect amount of calcium is released and this cause size and shape changes in mitochondria and decreases our ability to make energy in our cells. This slows ECT because it increases the distance of the respiratory proteins. This slows the spin rate of the ATPase and it means proton movements are also slowed and this affects the inertial drag on the spinning ATPase Fo head. The atomic size change altered the local geometry below your skin where your muscles are. This is where muscle pain from statins and fibromyalgia come from. This is linked to the redox potential in a cell (amount of UV light confined/slowed) because it is linked to the electrostatic attraction of protons in a cell. This is huge for potassium, because its K+ ion has the unique ability in “gluing of water”. Gluing = EZ of Pollack or the AI hypothesis of Ling = redox pile of electrons of Del Guidice/Preparta (2000).

Potassium ions are able to glue water because the ion's atomic radius allows it to polarize in sunlight. Sunlight is unpolarized..............K+ ions is the initial polarizer of sunlight inside cells. When somebody is in an environment that causes the dielectric constant of water to lower from 78 for any reason (LOTS IN MODERN WORLD), the polarization of the ion becomes smaller than cell water. This cause a huge electric problem in the cell because polarization energy of K+ is subtracted from Coulomb energy. The fraction of the spin of protons also effects the Coulomb forces in cell water. Normally K+ is more polarizable than water, so polarization is added to the Coulomb energy in a cell. When fluoride or bromide, from toothpaste or grains for example, are added to a cell dielectric collapse occurs. This is precisely how the dielectric constant in water is destroyed.

In the normal state of affairs in wellness in the sun, this allows potassium to function as the optimal "photo-electrical adapter" to transfer energy throughout the cell coherently. It is also massively important in patients with dielectric collapse because intracellular dehydration from non native EMF completely ruins this relationship and this is why they find it so hard to get better fast. ATP is designed to unfold proteins fully to open their carbonyl and imino side chain groups on all amino acids to intracellular water. This action allows binding and polarization to separate water into subatomic particles that are positively and negatively charged. This action is called building or expanding the exclusion zone (EZ) of water. They type of protons has energy effects on the EZ. Dr. Gerald Pollack's experiments showed these effects. Dr. Gilbert Ling proved by experiment that each molecule of ATP in a cell controls 8,800 water molecule binding sites and 20 potassium ions to allow water to become structured inside every cell of your body.

The first step in photosynthesis and in mitochondrial oxidation/phosphorylation of electrons is to charge separate water and create hydrogen protons...........now you know the why K+ and sunlight help muscle pain and fatigue reverse. UV and IR light build dopamine and melatonin which stimulate muscle growth and entrain properly function by maintaining the respiratory proteins in muscle mitochondria. Light is the most powerful drug we have.............especially for muscles. Get some sun every day...........http://www.express.co.uk/life-style/health/878522/statins-cause-muscle-damage-expert-research-heart-disease-stroke
Dr. Jack Kruse Think a little bit of lost sleep is NBD? Dr. Robert O. Becker knew medicine was trying to cut ties with “electricity and vitalism theories” in the 1940-50's. He knew intuitively that biology was wrong to condemn a theory that clearly had had a strong experimental foundation in Gerard and Berger’s work that he reviewed as a student and resident. He thought these findings by Gerard might explain how humans heal wounds and regenerate all their tissues. He knew that sleep was key to regeneration even in his animal experiments. Tissue regeneration and bone regeneration is what made Dr. Becker famous in the first 20 years of his career. This is how I learned about his work in bone physiology as a resident neurosurgeon.

His work proved that nerves used a semiconductive current to regenerate bone in the periosteum. He experimentally showed the Hall effect on salamander nerves when he froze their nerves and showed their was a DC current present all the time. This proved beyond a shadow of a doubt, that the layer below myelin provided a DC current to periosteum to signal bone regeneration or resorption to occur. The experiments were detailed and reproduced in every animal he tested. As an orthopedic surgeon, Becker knew that biochemists in the 1960s were trying to reduce all aspects of life to a mechanical interaction of molecules in a cell. He realized they were throwing the baby out with the bath water because they studied cells by fragmenting them and homogenizing them in their preparation for experiments by draining them of all its intracellular water to study. Becker knew this was a bad idea because of how important interfascial water was in generation of the Hall effect for the semiconducting DC electric current he measured. He had a hunch that electromagnetism is what animated these molecules. Thank God he did, because he was right, and he may have given mankind the chance to go back the right the biologic paradigm of wellness eventually.

He was dramatically influenced by Albert Szent Gyorgyi, who became a Nobel Laureate for discovering vitamin C. He was the first scientist to publicly say he believed that all of biology used semiconduction to animate life. In fact, Szent Gyorgyi’s on March 21, 1941, gave a speech to the Budapest Academy when we mentioned that he felt electricity had to be part of life’s magic, but he believed it was semiconduction that was the key missing piece in how light and electricity maybe generated. Becker took the implications of that speech, and in 20 years, proved Szent Gyorgyi correct, with his work in human bone regeneration. Most people in healthcare are in the dark about these findings. You should not be any longer because they have massive implications for sleep and regeneration. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2017/11/06/sleep-deprivation-stops-brain-cells-firing-properly-changing/
politico.com The case against hospital beds Interesting problems arise when patients = beds. politico.com Some corners of the health care world are already starting to embrace new, less bed-focused models of care.
news.harvard.edu Intermittent fasting may be center of increasing lifespan Have you tried intermittent fasting? news.harvard.edu Manipulating mitochondrial networks inside cells may increase lifespan and promote health, according to a new study.
forbes.com Focus On Health Coverage Misses The Point “Moreover, these moves, by driving costs down, would put access to care in reach. Because coverage isn’t the problem. The problem is that America is being crushed by a top-heavy system of profiteers who are exceptionally good at extracting money and convincing the rest of us that they deserve it.” forbes.com BY MARNI JAMESON CAREY -- The problem with health care is that America is being crushed by a top-heavy system of profiteers who are exceptionally good at extracting money and convincing the rest of us that they deserve it.
nytimes.com Heartburn Drugs Tied to Stomach Cancer Risk Whoops. They may get rid of the heartburn, but increase your risk for cancer. In my practice, I find that changing your diet goes a long way to improving digestion healing heartburn. nytimes.com After treatment for H. pylori infection, people who took proton pump inhibitors were at increased risk of stomach cancer.
aeon.co Sugar is a toxic agent that creates conditions for disease – Gary Taubes | Aeon Essays Important read. As long as we aren’t talking about the real problem, we can’t actually deal with it. aeon.co A potent toxin that alters hormones and metabolism, sugar sets the stage for epidemic levels of obesity and diabetes
Nutritious Movement Do your knees hurt when you go downhill? Did you know it’s because chronic sitting makes the hips less likely to take to load, so it’s get shifted to your knees? Learn to walk downhill better and while your at it, sit less. Copious amounts of chair-sitting time affects how you move all the other times. If you’re a bit stiff in the hips from years (decades) of not moving these parts, then when you do go to move—say downhill—you end up utilizing the parts you’re most practiced at bending—your knees. This limited part mobility means that your knees do the bulk of the work, which is why downhill is challenging for many. In the video linked in my bio I show how to utilize your hips to “slalom” your center of mass down the hill—to add right to left movements (i.e. lateral hip use) instead of all forward—so that your hips can lower some of the load (vs. all knees). This video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDIeu_QL51U) shows the SIDE VIEW. This video linked below shows the REAR VIEW (you’re welcome). I highlight this strategy for DOWNHILL—on flat ground you’re not needing to lower your CoM, so little knee bending or hip listing is necessary. #gooutside #MoveYourDNA #alignmentmatters #movementmatters #nutritiousmovement

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Dr. Christa Whiteman

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