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
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
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
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
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
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.
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
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/… Continue reading OpenAI’s lists of the benefits of the benefits of Copper, part 1.
Can you list 200 different functions or benefits that copper does in the human body? Copper is an essential trace element that plays a role in several physiological processes in the human body. Some of the functions and benefits of copper in the body include: Helps form collagen and elastin, which are important for healthy… Continue reading OpenAI on the benefits of copper
What nerve toxins are the most common and most harmful and most important for humans to avoid? Nerve toxins, also known as neurotoxins, are substances that can interfere with the normal function of the nerves and can cause harm to the body. Some common and potentially harmful nerve toxins include: Lead: Lead is a heavy… Continue reading OpenAI on Nerve Toxins, Bromine, Copper, and Iodine
I asked the open AI, at chatGPT, a series of questions about copper. I make no representation on whether the AI’s answers are correct. I do not refute the wrong answers. In many cases, I was able to get the AI to contradict itself. In some cases, it remained uninformed after further prompting. The AI… Continue reading OpenAI’s ChatGPT on Copper
People ask us the following types of questions: I have high cortisol. Does copper raise or lower cortisol? I don’t want my cortisol to go up. I have low cortisol. Does copper raise or lower cortisol? I don’t want my cortisol to go down. Both of these questions contain vast misunderstandings and false assumptions about… Continue reading Cortisol and Copper
Iodine: Jorge Flechas Total Body Iodine Sufficiency (2011)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kZ-iDbgCupU Flechas, in the video above: “Babies born to mothers on the High Iodine Protocol, (12.5 mg iodine) are genius level babies” At 14:15 in the video he states that babies whose mothers took high iodine have IQ’s 20-30 points higher than the parents. Copper: Pregnant women have… Continue reading High Copper & High Iodine for Pregnancy
We get this question a lot. Please understand we are humans, and do not know the details over well over 20,000 different rare diseases. Please read chapter 1, listed at the beginning of the quick start guide. Copper heals us in nearly 200 different ways! Many times, we have never heard the name of the… Continue reading Will Copper heal my rare Chronic Disease?
As I was writing my book, “The Copper Revolution”, one of the hardest tasks was compiling chapter 1, which grew to nearly 200 things that copper does for the body. The difficulty lies in the fact that the short-term memory of a human is somewhat limited. It is hard for most people to keep 7… Continue reading Copper Heals in 200,000+ different ways, just from Detoxing
For diabetes: iodine, copper, potassium, B1, B12, chromium and vanadium. Iodine might be the strongest cure. In the research at optimox.com, 50% of people put on 50 mg of iodine per day weaned themselves off of insulin with no instructions. Proof of iodine curing diabetes: From https://www.optimox.com/iodine-study-10 “We since have done a study of twelve… Continue reading For Diabetes
Some people have reported bloating after starting copper. Let’s consider possible causes and solutions. Some causes might be temporary die-off of fungus or bad bacteria. The fix, of course is the same as the cause, more copper, boron, and iodine, which kill off fungus and bad bacteria. So, the main fix is time, and being… Continue reading Solutions to Bloating When Starting on Copper
One of the Big Ideas behind The Copper Revolution is to Question the Rules and to Violate the Rules. The rule was “10 mg of copper is the tolerable upper human limit”. We have now discovered and proved that this is not true. Many of us benefit more from taking 30 mg a day of… Continue reading Breaking the Rules for Vitamin C and Zinc on Copper
Metallothioneins (MTs) detox heavy metals. Metallothioneins are a family of copper/zinc proteins that bind heavy metals. (Superoxide dismutase, a master antioxidant and detoxer of hundreds of chemical toxins and plastics, is also a metallothionein.) MTs also increase longevity, fight diabetes, prevent neurodegeneration such as in Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s, MTs are very low in cancer patients,… Continue reading Copper and Zinc Metallothioneins for Detoxing & Longevity
Detoxing with copper is unlike any other detox you may have tried. There are hundreds of different ways to detox. They all have two things in common that make them all vastly different than detoxing with copper. 1. They contain no copper. 2. In many cases, they deplete copper. And so, since copper solves the… Continue reading Detoxing with Copper: 10 Common Questions and Answers