We know that water conducts electricity in our bodies. But would you like to see how? What if you learned about a little something extra that could add a lot more zap to your zip? Dr. Seneff has all the data that you need. A committed voice for sanity in science, Dr. Seneff has authored over two dozen peer-reviewed journal papers over the past few years about the connection between toxic chemicals and micro nutrient deficiencies in health and disease, with a focus on the dangers of Roundup (glyphosate) and the importance of sulfur. For more than three decades, her research interests have been at the intersection of biology and computation: developing a computational model for the human auditory system, understanding human language so as to develop algorithms and systems for human computer interactions, and applying natural language processing (NLP) techniques to gene predictions. Her current work focuses on the relationship between health and nutrition. Dr. Seneff is a Senior Research Scientist at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory in Cambridge, MA. She has four degrees from MIT including a B.S. in biology and a PhD in electrical engineering and computer science. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.
"Get lots of dietary sulfur, that means great foods like broccoli, garlic, onions, seafood, liver for example; if you can get a healthy liver. Get out in the sunlight as much as you can. I love to take walks on the beach in the water, you're getting everything there: you're getting the grounding, you're getting the sunlight, and fresh air, so really, really, useful to take a walk on the beach in the sunlight. In summary, the human body uses sunlight to make sulfate which maintains gelled water surrounding cells. That gelled water induces charge separation and that supplies electricity to the tissues. Sulfate is essential to prevent a no flow situation in the blood, that's why the red blood cells can scoot through so so easily through the capillaries. Makes the heart sing because it has it doesn't have to work nearly so hard. eNOS is a magical protein that makes sulfate in response to sunlight but, it's highly, highly vulnerable to both deficiencies in certain nutrients and poisoning from various toxic chemicals, especially Roundup. So the path to good health includes a sulfur rich organic diet, lots of sunlight exposure, and frequent grounding; and then two things that I would like to see happen (two studies that need to happen in my opinion of course there are many but these are my two top picks) one is to confirm that I'm right about eNOS making sulfate because so far it's just a theory. We have a detailed written up account of why we think this is happening but it hasn't been proven. eNOS oxidizes both sulfur and nitrogen and depends which one on the environment to be able to control the blood flow and get the blood just right to be able to move. The second one which I haven't mentioned, but which I feel is very important, I believe that glyphosate is getting into proteins by mistake in place of glycine. Glyphosate is a glycine molecule with an extra thing attached to the nitrogen. I've written papers about this and I feel the evidence is really compelling but it has not been shown and I believe that chemists ought to be able to design an experiment which would show that this is in fact happening. Thank you very much."