Has anyone else seen results with the Triphase Free Electron Diet? It helped me reduce my electron density by 37% and i am very happy with this. Now wondering if this can work well with Paleo? Can I also mix this with a Leptin Reset?
I find this complicated so I try to explain it in a simple way. They say that the free ionic charge polarizes the IGF-1 enzyme, changing its folding pattern to less able reuptake position - effectively isolating the leptin receptor. But ive heard someone else say that it doesn't reduce IGF-1 enough and it's the road to leptin insensitivity. Of course if reducing electron density those electrons have to be going somewhere. Feynman's Quantum Electrondynamics (QED) says we need to consider positrons in this too . Do you think the Lamb shift might be important here too? with the effects of the quantum vacuum altering the levels. Feynman won a nobel prize so i think this is worth talking about. The quantum effects of the food electrons I think is not discussed enough.
You haven't accounted for the recent reports of neutrinos traveling faster than the speed of light. If this proves to be true, your whole dietary paradigm is worthless and you will become obese.
i think you have to factor in that this is indeed where those rubber electrons hit the asphalt protons. if we get a bit of mammary deep-tissue massage going on our igf-1's will be so happy in their mitochondrial incubators.
This is what I'm into and I think it really meshes well with the paleo diet. Unfortunately the whole program is ineffective if you don't get the Emoto Tea™ dosage right. Try the Jasmine Crystal White Tea that Masaru Emoto developed, starting at 3oz, 16 times per day, spaced 20 minutes apart. It sounds complicated, but if you give yourself a "tea window" of 5.3 it should simplify the process. Be sure to have yourself checked frequently with an Electron paramagnetic resonance Spectrometer.
QED is usually taught using Fourier transforms on the probability amplitudes to make the math easier. Fourier space is wonderful since you view your function decomposed into wave frequencies, and differential operators become Fourier multipliers, making those gnarled equations easier to chew on. I would suggest taking this approach to examining your positron and electron activity, and particularly the relation to your leptin receptors since you wish to get ahold of the perturbations in the quantum vacuum in an accesible manner. Don't forget that photons make all of this happen as they are the particles of the exchange. For a jump start on general perturbation theory, start with Dirac's method of the variation of constants. For photons, see Einstein's work, of course.
It is also a good idea to think outside the CW medicine box and view this from the vantage of mathematical group theory. The multiplicative Abelian group of the unit circle in the complex plane, U(1), governs the symmetries of the gauge field. The Lagrangian is particularly a hairy beast, but perseverance will yield much information about leptin, cortisol, serum vitamin D levels, ghrelin, "safe" starches, why it's foolish to take up running, and many other mysteries.
Though it's too early to tell, some say Lisa Randall's Brane theory may be useful for your analysis since it uses more than 3 physical dimensions. It would be well worth your time to begin with the Randall-Sundrum model since hyper-dimensionality could yield results on the true nature of all particles and therefore give us an exciting new way to view the human body and its chemical reactions. If you're really paleo, you'll be able to think outside of the space-time continuum.
As a final note, I refer you to the cohomology of orbifolds. Cohomology and Frobenius manifolds could be yet another way to prove that your diet is the ultimate, especially if we view folding as a deformation of a manifold. From there, the rest of it will fall into place I believe. Here's a good place to start: http://www.math.univ-montp2.fr/~mann/articlefinal.pdf
TFED, that is great that you have been having so much success on your plan. Personally, I prefer everything in moderation. "Change your thoughts, change your density!"