Edward Park

Vitamin K is needed for Vitamin D to function properly

I posted a video from the memorial of my dear friend, Tamara Sofi. As a leader in the field of nutrition, she was passionate about getting the word out about the role of Vitamin K (Mk4 and MK7 forms) in utilizing Vitamin D. Without these special forms of Vitamin K, taking vitamin D can actually …

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Archives Week 8 – May 22, 2022

What are some of the risks of exosome usage?  When you test exosomes for ingredients, they will show as just normal saline…unless you know how to look  Numerous studies prove that the risk of dying from Covid correlates with shortened telomeres.  With comedians being physically reprimanded for their jokes, is only ageism the last remaining …

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Archives Week 7- May 15, 2022

We take a deeper dive into whether exosomes are “FDA-Approved”? Note that since the original creation of this video, there is one type of synthetic exosome that has been “FDA-approved” A case study of one of my friend’s neuropathy resolved after exosome injectin. My telomere theory of aging and disease is vindicated by science In …

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Archives Week 6- May 8, 2022

This week, two lectures explaining the difference between different types and different brands of exosomes. The telomere blog discusses the obvious axiomatic lie at the heart of telomere studies. The slice of life revisits the card game of “Nuclear War” EXOSOMES FOUNDATIONAL LECTURE #6 In this 21-minute video, I explain that exosomes are all different. …

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Archives Week 5- May 1, 2022

This weeks archives about about regenerative technologies compared with exosomes, loss of the flavor of coffee, telomeres in trees, and the future of the work-life balance in the age of automation. EXOSOMES FOUNDATIONAL LECTURE #5   In this 38-minute video, Dr. Ed Park of Recharge Biomedical explains of how heroic attempts at helping the body …

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Archives Week 4- April 23, 2022

There is a bill going through California that proposes sanctions for doctors who spread “Covid-19 disinformation”. This means that doctors will be unable to discuss any data that doesn’t fit the government narrative- even data from the manufacturer’s own data collection! If you oppose this oversight of the patient-physician relationship and encroachment on freedom of …

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Archives Week 3 – April 16, 2022

As we continue to explore our archives, I am including the third of nine foundational lectures about parabiosis. Sadly, my best friend who is the same age as I, succumbed to complications of pancreatic cancer last night. This exosome lecture with Robe Lowe vs. Patrick Swayze) reminds us that the exosome mileau is what accounts …

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Reposting about Persian New year

I am repurposing a post about the vernal equinox from seven years ago when the Spring equinox coincided with a Supermoon. Stragely, this old blog that follows seems to have predicted the current conflict as we witness in real time that the world economic systems are rapidly being reconfigured to multicurrency oil trading, removing Russia …

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