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Glyn Wainright and Stephanie Seneff joined together for the first time to provide this joint seminar following collaboration on a number of scientific papers on cholesterol.
Glyn explains how cholesterol is an essential sterol for health, explaining what it is and what it does, also what it does not do, that is not a deadly toxin as has been told. He does however explain that whereas overall cholesterol levels are possibly less helpful that the lipid profile can be important, setting out profiles that may be of concern and how to address them.
Stephanie discussed how both diabetes and heart disease can be characterized as a natural consequence of an insufficient supply of cholesterol and sulfate to muscle cells — in the heart, the vasculature and the skeletal muscles. She argued that insulin resistance is a direct consequence of impaired glucose metabolism due to these deficiencies. She also showed how atherosclerotic plaque can be viewed as a sophisticated biological strategy to supply cholesterol sulfate to the heart muscle, derived from oxidized LDL and homocysteine.
Developing this story, she premiered here a revolutionary theory that the cascade of events associated with a heart attack generate sulfate from taurine and is in part the body’s last ditch attempts to resolve these deficiencies, as she argued that this is also the case with encephalitis. This opens up the possibility of an entirely new approach towards preventing and treating heart disease. It suggests a new approach based on replacing the demonisation of cholesterol and saturated fat with attempts to resolve nutritional deficiencies, and it points towards working with rather than battling against heart disease. Stephanie recommends specific lifestyle and dietary changes aimed at repairing the deficiency in cholesterol sulfate, as the best means to prevent both diabetes and heart disease.
GLYN WAINWRIGHT is a chartered Engineer having had a career in computing and 12 years teaching experience as a Head of Chemistry at a Secondary School. His first biochemical-medical paper was in defence of Cholesterol and is classed as seminal, being the 2ndmost cited paper in the journal Archives of Medical Science. After publication, Stephanie Seneff invited Glyn to collaborate on two more review papers about the damaging role of sugars in Metabolic Syndrome and Dementias. Subsequently he has given talks to organisations such as U3A and Café Scientifique in defence of an amazing cell membrane component called Cholesterol, together with warnings about AGE & RAGE (Sugar-Damage in Proteins).
STEPHANIE SENEFF PHD (USA) Dr. Stephanie Seneff is a Senior Research Scientist at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. She has a BS degree from MIT in biology and MS, EE and PhD degrees from MIT in electrical engineering and computer science. She has published over 200 peer-reviewed papers in scientific journals and conference proceedings. For several decades, she conducted research in human language technology (speech recognition and natural language understanding) and developed human-computer interaction systems supporting natural speech-based access to information sources.
In recent years, Dr. Seneff has focused her research interests on the role of toxic chemicals and micronutrient deficiencies in health and disease, with a special emphasis on the pervasive herbicide, Roundup, and the mineral, sulfur. Her investigations have led to a hypothesis that glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup, is the key factor in the autism epidemic and in many other neurological, metabolic, oncological and autoimmune diseases. She has authored over three dozen peer-reviewed journal papers on these topics, and has delivered numerous slide presentations around the world. She is currently writing a book on glyphosate that will hopefully be released in 2021. http://people.csail.mit.edu/seneff/