Ryan and Baker are of the same age and this is visible, they seem to be both dehydrated, but Baker has less hair and bigger muscles than Ryan.
The blood analysis:
The fasting blood glucose is 127 which is elevated. We call it diabetes.
The hemoglobin A1C
test shows that Dr. Baker's red-blood cells live shorter lives,
nothing more. It has been noticed that elevated blood sugar affects
negatively the hemoglobin, but so do some drugs and deficiencies as
Blood urea nitrogen
was higher than in an average person. Many people have this problem
and have nothing to do with how much meat you eat. It has to do with
how well are your kidneys working. When we are low on blood plasma
(dehydrated), the kidneys have to save water and minerals which makes
the elimination of urea and uric acid difficult.
I bet the color of Baker's urine was dark as the body waits for a higher concentration of toxicity before it will release the precious water from the blood.
are higher because the cells need more building material. Dr. Baker
is lifting heavy weight and his muscles are growing. The cholesterol
is absolutely crucial for this growth so here everything is normal.
There is no such thing as good/bad cholesterol.
This could be a consequence of blood's toxicity from drugs which as
we relate it to the high blood urea point to Baker using drugs,
possibly anabolic steroids.
The steroids may
also be the reason for the elevated sugar since steroids will release
glucose from glycogen and the liver will then release the glucose
into the blood.
Vitamin D is very low, 30. It should be at least 50 nanograms/milliliter.
has very little to do with eating meat. Vitamin D is fat-soluble so
it will be accumulated in the fat and most people who eat meat try to
avoid eating the fat.
But more than this, vitamin D is produced in the skin under the influence of the sunlight.
are not exposed enough to the sunlight. We are covered and when we go
to the beach, we put sunblock which prevents vitamin D synthesis.
This could be the
reason why Ryan also has low vitamin D blood levels.
Also, vitamin D goes
through two changes. The skin converts some cholesterol into, vitamin
D3 called Cholecalciferol. Cholecalciferol is in the liver converted
into calcifediol (25-hydroxyvitamin D), and before it can be used, it
is again converted, now in the kidneys, into the active calcitriol
(1,25-dihydroxy vitamin D). As we can see, if the kidneys do not work
properly, there will be a problem with vitamin D in the body.
Ryan is mistaking if he thinks that he gets his vitamin D from the plants he eats.
Plants have a
different type of vitamin D which is not based on cholesterol but it
is based on cyanide. Unfortunately, many doctors do not know this and
are prescribing vitamin D2 (plant-based vitamin D) as a supplement.
Totally useless if not straight out toxic.
It is obvious that
Dr. Baker is not a good individual to test any kind of diet on, be it
the meat or the vegetarian diet. He is inflamed, dry, and toxic. His
skin shows this and the hair loss proves it.
Why does Ryan appear to be in good health and with normal blood sugar levels while getting most of his calories from the dietary glucose?
First, as you can
see, he is not overeating and he is physically active.
When we eat small amounts of dietary carbohydrates, our cells can use them for energy production and store the rest as fat.
Although the genome
is being changed and the cells are adapted to use glucose for energy
production, if not too much dietary glucose is absorbed into the
blood, the body can handle it and burn it.
If the person does
not snack frequently, the longer period of glucose deprivation
(between the meals) will force more mitochondria to stay active, and
fat can be used also to produce the cellular energy during the
People used to live
relatively healthy into their 90-s and 100-s eating reasonable
amounts of dietary glucose.
The more dietary carbohydrates we eat, the shorter and sicklier will our lives be.
Ryan would feel even
healthier if he would use more sea salt but his skin and cells would
continue to dehydrate and the aging will continue to show because the
cellular health is compromised by the phytotoxins which prevent the
Sooner or later he is going to encounter health issues and when one of the symptoms shows up, the cascade of other symptoms will soon follow.
This is my
experience with vegetarians and especially with vegans.
Glucose poisoning of
the body is a slow process that is directly related to the amount of
glucose being ingested, but glucose is not the only bad thing that
A variety of
phytotoxins that they provide is undermining our health in various
I wrote about them
many times. Some of them, people use as spices eating them daily.
As an example, I
will mention garlic, turmeric, ginger, cinnamon, and black pepper.
When our health is
undermined, increasing meat consumption will not heal us.
A complete change of diet is necessary so that the genome can return to its proper expression.
I am sure that Dr.
Baker had diabetes before he started to eat more meat which will not
help to heal his body. It will just slow the progress of his diabetes
since he is still consuming dietary carbohydrates.
After I have made a
comment that glucose cannot be our principal fuel since we cannot
store glucose as an energy reserve, Ryan had replied the usual way,
"haven't you heard about a glycogen"?
Glycogen is our
secondary fuel. Its purpose is to give us a spurt of energy if our
life is in danger and steroid hormone has to be released to break the
protein-glucose bond so that the glucose can be released.
You can read about it in this article:
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given to us through the indoctrination/schooling process confuses us
because we are not told the truth.
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