dr Knüppel live on stage in Cologne at the Greator Festival 2021
Greator is the platform of "Gedentanken". This is the Greator Festival recording from 2021
It has a special format because you have the "red" stopwatch running on the stage in front of you, which counts down from 18:00 minutes. By then you must have brought your "message" to the stage!
The actual title is: "Find your guiding star!" as a compass needle for your life pattern...
Feel free to take a look.
dr Knüppel in Cologne on stage at Greator 2021.
Nothing technical!...just let it flow...
Have lots of fun with it!
Übersicht der Meridiane, welchen Einfluß welche Zähne auf welche Körperregionen haben.
Störfelder lassen sich sehr gut mit der Neuraltherapie diagnostizieren.
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Wurzelbehandelte Zähne = tote Zähne = die Wurzel allen Übels
Ein Übersichtsartikel vom Kollegen Dr. Dominik Nischwitz
Winter is coming! The dark season and vitamin D deficiency
"Winter is coming", a well-known statement from Game of Thrones. One or the other will know. "Winter is coming" is not overly positive in the series either. Many of us will more or less shiver down our spines when we think of the dark season, "Oh dear, how am I going to get through this again?".
An important reason is the local vitamin D deficiency. Aside from the lack of sunshine, this is perhaps one of the main reasons why many of us slide through the winter tired, exhausted, lethargic and a bit depressed. The RKI itself confirms that only 10-30% of people in Germany are normally supplied with vitamin D - and they set the cut-off limit of the value very low. This means that perhaps 90% of Germans are not well supplied with vitamin D in the late year.
From October at the latest, UVB radiation is also no longer sufficient to form vitamin D in the skin at all. The only good dietary source of vitamin D is fish, namely wild salmon. But who eats 100-200 g of wild salmon every day? Our ancestors maybe, a bit impractical today. That's why we're reminded every year: take vitamin D, preferably every day. If you don't do that ... yes, well, it's your own fault.
What happens in the body with vitamin D deficiency is manifold and would go beyond the scope here.
However, another answer to the question of what vitamin D deficiency does in the body is relatively fresh and elegant, namely:
Vitamin D deficiency accelerates aging and age-related diseases
(Article is ready to download below)
Oh! Now let's listen, shall we? That would mean that many Germans and people who live in northern spheres have accelerated their aging at least every six months for decades - namely with vitamin D deficiency.
This nice study summary was published in the quite renowned Journal of Physiology - and not by just anyone, but by the British biologist Sir Michael J. Berridge, who many decades ago discovered one of the most important intracellular messengers (inositol trisphosphate) and as a pioneer in the field of cell communication applied. Sadly passed away recently at the age of 82.
In his work one reads the following sentences:
"Now there is increasing evidence that vitamin D plays an important role in maintaining autophagy"
Autophagy is our cells' garbage disposal. Without cellular garbage disposal, our cells age faster.
"One of the most important effects of vitamin D is the reduction of inflammation"
Vitamin D regulates the immune system. Some parts are reinforced. Others, particularly those related to autoimmunity and chronic inflammation, are inhibited by vitamin D.
"It is likely that this mitochondrial dysfunction is due to a lack of vitamin D."
Miochondrial dysfunction is the malfunctioning of the power plants of our cells. They literally produce our life energy. Vitamin D deficiency makes mitochondria diseased.
"These positive effects of SIRT1 on mitochondrial function are regulated by vitamin D, which promotes the formation of SIRT1."
SIRT1 is considered an important "longevity protein" in our cells. Everything that keeps us healthy runs through this protein. Vitamin D seems to regulate it positively.
"For example, vitamin D, along with Klotho and Nrf2, increases cellular antioxidants to (...) prevent oxidative stress (...)"
When our cells get sick and old, they produce more radicals, i.e. oxidative stress, which in turn damages cell components. Vitamin D inhibits this by upregulating two important genes that give rise to the cell's own antioxidants.
"Vitamin D also increases expression of glutathione peroxidase."
Glutathione peroxidase is an important cellular antioxidant. Vitamin D increases formation.
"When tested on aging rats, vitamin D was found to improve synaptic function in the hippocampus and, more importantly, prevent cognitive decline."
Vitamin D appears to inhibit the cognitive decline seen with age. What more do you want?
Vitamin D also has a lot to do with the function of our mitochondria. If the body isn't getting enough vitamin D, it will want to release what's supposed to be stored in fat tissue. It naturally increases fat mobilization - and this is mainly due to the fact that it releases more stress hormones. At the same time, our mitochondria no longer function properly if we have a vitamin D deficiency. As a result, we feel very exhausted. And that's exactly how many people go through the winter.
Again and again the question (why actually??) comes up, how much vitamin D one should take.