Intralipid and Vitamin K
30 Jan 2011
Why does Intralipid not trigger an immune response ?
The key is glycerin . A molecule plant-soya protein that predisposes subsequent egg-proteins and plant-oil fats to linkages that forms a pocket .
Intralipid sequesters vitamin K , and renders it inert inside a lipid capsule .
The immune system cannot get at the triggers .
It is an active system : Soya oil (see Plant-herbivore wars) and a little bit of proteins to stick out of the fat-cells , using glycerin as a mechanical support base .
Intralipid intervention should shortly be followed Vitanin K lavage .
Bah ! It should be obvious .
At this time 14 human proteins with Gla domains have been discovered, and they play key roles in the regulation of three physiological processes:
§ Blood coagulation: (prothrombin (factor II), factors VII, IX, X, protein C, protein S, and protein Z).
§ Bone metabolism: osteocalcin, also called bone Gla-protein (BGP), and matrix gla protein(MGP).
§ Vascular biology.
Like other liposoluble vitamins (A, D, E), vitamin K is stored in the fat tissue of the human body.
Osteoporosis and coronary heart disease are strongly associated with lower levels of K2 (menaquinone). Menaquinone is not inhibited by salicylates as happens with K1, so menaquinone supplementation can alleviate the chronic vitamin K deficiency caused by long term aspirin use.
I am rally tired of prescribing the obvious to idiots .
Do it yourself .