5100 words. Reading Time: 19 minutes. 48 links for further research. The full protocol is at the following link which lists the minerals and vitamins we are taking. https://revealingfraud.com/2022/06/health/minerals-and-vitamins-im-actually-taking/ My wife Jennifer Hommel and I take about 30 mg of copper daily in coffee every morning, plus about 70 mg of copper applied topically to… Continue reading The Copper Revolution Protocol 2023
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12 Tips and Guidelines
Citrus, Calcium, Molybdenum, Rice, Magnesium, Greens, Boron, Zinc & Vitamin C, Tiny meals, Iodine & Selenium, Voluntaryism, Not just Copper and being moderate. Drink lemonade and citrus. (Lemon, lime and orange) This helps the body absorb copper better, and it also helps the body excrete copper better, as citrus thins the bile, and gets bile… Continue reading 12 Tips and Guidelines
The Copper Revolution Test
Since copper and iodine improve intelligence…Wicked Hard Mode, Unlocked! This test is mostly just for fun and for learning. What form of copper is recommended on the Protocol? A. Any copper glycinate or pure copper sulfate will do.B. Copper oxide, as used by Radmacher is best.C. Colloidal copper has the best absorption rates due to… Continue reading The Copper Revolution Test
Copper(1) Iodide Notes
copper(1) iodide or cuprous iodide On our recent FB live, I spoke a bit about Copper Iodine and how to make it. https://www.facebook.com/1033169015/videos/3163078403989499/ https://www.academia.edu/10255028/Patnaik_P_Handbook_of_inorganic_chemicals_MGH_2003_T_1125s_COPPER(I) IODIDESynonym: cuprous iodide “UsesThe iodide salt is used as a source of dietary iodine in table salt and animal feed; in cloud seeding; as a coating in cathode ray tubes; as… Continue reading Copper(1) Iodide Notes
Copper for Muscle Gain and Fat Loss
I now have found two sources that indicate that copper induces fat loss. And each of those sources lists multiple other sources saying the same things, but different sources. The first lists 3 other sources. So this is a total of 6 sources now. Unfortunately, all these sources are only in 6 different animal studies:… Continue reading Copper for Muscle Gain and Fat Loss
Creatine Phosphate for Energy and ATP recycling
Jennifer and I started taking creatine phosphate, and I have added it to the page: I started taking it because phosphate is a part of ATP, adenosine tri phosphate. I generally did not think people are low in phosphate, because NPK (nitrogen, phosperous, potassium) fertilizer is overused, and phosphate is thus already added to our… Continue reading Creatine Phosphate for Energy and ATP recycling
Copper for “the things that shall not be named”
5 key points: copper helps prevent heart attacks. copper helps prevent internal blood clots. copper is great for the flu. copper’s effects from chapter 1. copper is a detoxer by making many detoxing enzymes and by being easily excreted popular articles (1.) Copper cures heart attacks. There are over 80 identical biomarkers between people with… Continue reading Copper for “the things that shall not be named”
21 Ways To Increase Bone Mineral Density
Things that deplete minerals are chelators, diuretics, fruits, leafy greens, phytate in most grains, and many amino acids in meats. Literally, most foods deplete minerals, including coffee and alcohol. Other mineral-depleting substances: activated charcoal, zeolites, many medications, exercise, sweating, and excessive mineral intake from any one mineral can cause other minerals to be depleted. I… Continue reading 21 Ways To Increase Bone Mineral Density
Why We Need 30+ mg of Copper/day
1. Copper is safe. A. Copper is declared to be GRAS, or SAFE in US Law. https://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/cdrh/cfdocs/cfcfr/CFRSearch.cfm?fr=184.1261 B. Copper is safe at 20 mg/day, see the Olivares study. Copper is very very effective and has from 200 to 20,000 positive effects in the body: Copper detoxes toxins and is needed to beat allergies by helping… Continue reading Why We Need 30+ mg of Copper/day
Folate (B9) A Nerve Toxin!
The short summary: Folate is neurotoxic from 300 to 1000 mcg, which is very low and it causes nerve damage and cognitive impairment and has no clearly recognized benefits. And most people already get 500 mcg from food alone, without any supplementation. Some say it helps with anxiety, but so do many other toxic drugs,… Continue reading Folate (B9) A Nerve Toxin!
Contaminants in Copper Sulfate?
People often have concerns about the contaminants in copper sulfate. We are not concerned, and this article explains why not. In sum, copper detoxes millions of times more lead than is contained in copper sulfate. We recommend getting 99% to 99.9% pure copper sulfate pentahydrate. 25% “contained” copper in copper sulfate is similarly 99% pure,… Continue reading Contaminants in Copper Sulfate?
We switched from Lugol’s to Potassium Iodide
We are testing taking only Potassium Iodide instead of Lugol’s, as our source of iodine. What is the difference, and what are the reasons for the change? The difference: Lugol’s contains both elemental iodine and potassium iodide. You can see instructions on how to make Lugol’s here: Making a fully saturated solution of Potassium iodide… Continue reading We switched from Lugol’s to Potassium Iodide
OpenAI on the Supplements we are Taking
We have already covered copper and iodine at length, so we will be discussing the rest of the minerals we are taking next. What are the health benefits of selenium for humans? Selenium is an essential trace element that provides several health benefits for humans, including: Supports thyroid function: Selenium is an important component of… Continue reading OpenAI on the Supplements we are Taking
OpenAI on the Supplements I Avoid, part 2
What are the problems of excessive salt intake? Excessive salt intake can lead to high blood pressure, which is a major risk factor for heart disease and stroke. It can also cause bloating, water retention, and damage to the bones. Long-term excessive salt consumption can also increase the risk of stomach cancer, kidney disease, and… Continue reading OpenAI on the Supplements I Avoid, part 2
OpenAI on the Supplements I Avoid, part 1
I know that some of the problems of excess iron is that it blocks and lowers copper, causes neuropathy, heart disease, lung diseases, cancer, and reduces life span and longevity, all of which are also problems of copper deficiency. What levels of iron supplementation cause these problems, and what are some of the other problems… Continue reading OpenAI on the Supplements I Avoid, part 1
OpenAI on whether copper deficiency is rare or common
Jason Hommel: Tell me a bit about your Jan 9th version update. How are you more able to distinguish between what is true verses what is false? I am not aware of any specific version update that happened on January 9th. However, in general, my ability to distinguish between what is true and what is… Continue reading OpenAI on whether copper deficiency is rare or common
OpenAI’s lists of the benefits of the benefits of Copper, part 3
What are the effects of copper deficiency on pregnant women? Copper deficiency in pregnant women can lead to a number of negative effects on both the mother and the developing fetus. Some of the most common effects include anemia, low birth weight, and increased risk of preterm birth. Copper is essential for the formation of… Continue reading OpenAI’s lists of the benefits of the benefits of Copper, part 3
OpenAI’s lists of the benefits of the benefits of Copper, part 2
Previously, I probed the OpenAI https://chat.openai.com/chat for the benefits of copper. I tried to ask it to list the benefits of the benefits, but it did not quite understand the question. For example, if it said copper helped to detox mercury, what are the benefits of that? You can see my prior article here. https://revealingfraud.com/2023/01/health/probing-the-openai-for-the-benefits-of-copper/ This time, I… Continue reading OpenAI’s lists of the benefits of the benefits of Copper, part 2
OpenAI explains how many things reduce Cu2 to Cu1 in the body.
We would like to discuss Copper 1 vs. Copper 2 in the body. Copper is an essential trace element that is necessary for the normal functioning of the body. Copper is present in a variety of enzymes and proteins that play important roles in various physiological processes, including the production of energy, the synthesis of… Continue reading OpenAI explains how many things reduce Cu2 to Cu1 in the body.
OpenAI says HTMA is not scientific, and copper does not deplete potassium
We will be talking about hair tissue mineral analysis today. Please refer to it as HTMA for our conversation. Sure thing! HTMA, or hair tissue mineral analysis, is a laboratory test that measures the levels of minerals and heavy metals in a person’s hair. It is a non-invasive test that is often used to evaluate… Continue reading OpenAI says HTMA is not scientific, and copper does not deplete potassium