here is a study that found flouride in the aged pineal gland of humans, and was directly correlated with the amount of calcification/calcium content of the pineal gland, suggesting, that the calcification enabled the organ to accumulate the flouride and other trace minerals. http://www.icnr.com/...deposition.html
so to lessen your ability to accumulate flouride, and maintain high melatonin levels, you will want to avoid or alter the calcification process. Of course the first thing you want to do is stop consuming flouride.
vitamin k substances, especially K2 may have the ability to reverse this process of disregulation of calcium, in addition to other factors.
according to other studies, supposedly vitamin e and vitamin a are also involved in calcium regulation to some degree. Also, hyperphosphatemia or high phosphate levels can contribute to calcification, and also high calcium levels, both of which can be worsened by high vitamin d levels as they increase your ability to absorb these two minerals, so do not megadose on vitamin d, or you'll run the risk of raising your levels too high.
melatonin affects so many process in the body and has the potential to extend lifespan due to its antioxidant ability. it has the ability to enter every single cell in your body and protect your dna. its now suspected that melatonin can help delay some forms of age related decline. http://www.scienceda...70424062819.htm
hope you liked the info!
Edited by AutonomousOne1980, 28 June 2011 - 01:25 PM.