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Notes from the documentary
Melatonin is made in the pineal gland in the brain.
Melatonin has got a very powerful anti-oxidant status. Melatonin is 5x as powerful as vitamin C and twice as powerful as vitamin E. it secrets only at night. It is needed at night because that’s when we go to sleep and that’s when the brain is being repaired by the body.
Each day our body looses about half a billion cells. At night, our body replaces these cells through a process called cell mitosis (the dividing of cells).
Melatonin acts by mopping up free radicals. These free radicals are the spare electrons which are left over from the process of making the energy which we need to repair ourselves in the first place. These free radicals are a by-product of cell mitosis.
These free radical cells attack healthy cells. It is universally agreed that free radicals are the main cause or factor in cancer.
Our bodies main defence against these free radicals is its most powerful antioxidant, melatonin.
It passes into the blood stream, its job is to act as a natural anti-oxidant and natural anti-cancer agent.
Melatonin acts as an ancostatic agent (it protects you against cancer), it controls the sleep-wake cycle. It’s an anti-aging molecule thanks to its mopping up of free radicals.
Melatonin is the bodies wonder drug. Mopping up the cancer causing free radical cells.
There are over 12,000 studies done on melatonin, more than that of paracetamol, the most common drug.
What are the concequences and problems associated with a reduced amount of melatonin?
– Your immune system starts to become less competent
– heart complications
– problems sleeping
– much more prone to disease (due to the fact your immune system is not functioning correctly)
The average woman with breast cancer only has one tenth of the melatonin of that of a normal woman.
Autistic children have less than half the melatonin they should otherwise have.
Most studies support the fact that lowered melatonin has an adverse effect on health. Night shift workers are especially at risk as they are working at night and thus are exposed to light and therefore do not produce nocturnal melatonin. This is known to increase breast cancer risk by 50%.
The international agency for research (IARC) has classed nightshift work as a class 2a probable carcegen due to melatonin reduction.
Because the body only repairs itself at night, melatonin is only released when the pineal gland detects that there is no light.
The pineal gland is light sensitive. If there is light around then