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Post  Martijn (admin) on Wed Oct 06, 2010 11:52 pm


Hi Lynn,

Sounds excellent, I think in this discussion we have been able to solve quite some parts of the 'white spots puzzle'. By the way, regarding your suggestion that the 'white sports' related to stress...

Maybe it would be interesting to search for stuff how 'stress', 'confusion', 'lethargy', and 'drowsiness' ... relate to zinc!

Why?

Well... the following study presents awesome results on the last three issues that I mentioned!:
http://orthomolecular.org/library/jom/1990/pdf/1990-v05n04-p198.pdf

And... I just discovered that there is also a clear connection as well between zinc & 'stress':
http://www.diagnose-me.com/cond/C56785.html

"Levels of zinc and other trace minerals were determined in 66 men before and after a five-day period of sustained physical and psychological stress. Zinc levels decreased by 33% on average."

scratch ... that looks quite like a round circle!! Thumbs up!


PS. Lynn, did you know that pharmaceutic compagnies present 'anti-stress pills... with ZINC'? EDIT: I guess... now we UNDERSTAND why!!


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Post  asif amin on Thu Oct 07, 2010 8:57 am

Dear Martijin

I would like to post another topic " fungus on nail ( Onychomycosis )" because I had suffered from that disease for 3 years ago. Please suggest me to start it with new post or add with this topic. If you want to start this new topic, you are welcome.
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Post  Martijn (admin) on Thu Oct 07, 2010 10:14 am


Hi Asif,

Nail fungus is a different topic, so it would be much better if you post your ideas about that topic in a new discussion.


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PS. Please create the topic in the brand new forum section: 'IIIg - Fingernails'

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Post  Martijn (admin) on Thu Oct 07, 2010 11:57 pm

Martijn (admin) wrote:[color=darkred]...
Maybe it would be interesting to search for stuff how 'stress', 'confusion', 'lethargy', and 'drowsiness' ... relate to zinc!

Why?

Well... the following study presents awesome results on the last three issues that I mentioned!:
http://orthomolecular.org/library/jom/1990/pdf/1990-v05n04-p198.pdf
... by the way, this 1990 study e.g. pointed out that among a group of 494 university students - about 65% reported to have 'white spots' on one or more fingers (more often in males).

And the 'white spots' on fingernails were more frequently observed in those students who:
- ... very often confuse left with right;
- ... experience more drowsiness;
- ... sleep more hours (9 or more hours).

Interesting?

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Post  Lynn on Fri Oct 08, 2010 2:44 am

Thanks for finding these correlations Martijn. Seems like we maybe getting somewhere with regard to bringing together various observations of stress/nutrition...
zinc could be the link (oh! I am a poet, and I didn't know it!)
Too late now for me to read the pdf file, but in Uni students I expect to see after first term white spots mainly on apollo finger, final year on index finger.

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Post  Martijn (admin) on Fri Oct 08, 2010 5:42 pm

Yes Lynn, zinc could be the link - anyway, it is for sure a study to remember.

Unfortunately, the students were confronted with only 3 questions - and none of them requested info about which finger(s) display the white spots.


PS. The role of 'stress' is also menitoned in the article (page 200):

"According to Pfeiffer (1978, p. 17) more zinc may be required in the pubertal development of the male than in the pubertal development of the female. Attention should be directed to some of the factors that might decrease intake or availability of zinc for this group. One such factor might be attempts at weight reduction which involve reduced consumption of meat and other sources of zinc. Other factors include high consumption of processed foods where processing reduces zinc, high intake of cereal foods containing phytates which reduce zinc absorption, consumption of alcohol, stress, fitness activities such as jogging which result in loss of zinc through sweating and, for females, the use of oral contraceptives which reduce the availability of zinc. It has also been suggested that masturbation in males is a possible cause of loss of zinc, since semen and prostatic fluid are rich in zinc"

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Post  asif amin on Fri Oct 08, 2010 8:16 pm

Martijn (admin) wrote:PS. The role of 'stress' is also menitoned in the article (page 200):

"... fitness activities such as jogging which result in loss of zinc through sweating and, for females, the use of oral contraceptives which reduce the availability of zinc. It has also been suggested that masturbation in males is a possible cause of loss of zinc, since semen and prostatic fluid are rich in zinc"
Dear Martijin,

Please suggest, fitness exercise such as jogging is necessary now a days, only some person affects with weakness. What you advice after work out one should take some juices or mineral foods? And another question is after marriage every one is indulging in sexual relationship, is this relationship decrease zinc? masturbation and sexual relationship both decrease the fluid of human.


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Post  Martijn (admin) on Thu Jun 30, 2011 12:59 am


Hi Asif,

(Sorry, I hadn't noticed your question so far)

Since zinc is an essential mineral, I think the simple answer to your question should be...that all these actvities should best be combined with a (natural) balanced food intake - such as e.g. oysters, cacao, seeds, germs, and meat like: liver & lamb (see the video below!).




PS. Seriously,... ( lol! ) ... it is not coincidence that some of these foods are sometimes associated with 'erotic-food' (oysters & cacao)...!


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Post  asif amin on Thu Jun 30, 2011 4:16 pm

Martijin, Thanks for sharing great information.
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