Quiz 4: Vitamins and Minerals

Quiz 8 Melantonin

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Question 1
What is the relationship between Melanin and Melatonin?
A
Melatonin produces Melanin
B
Melatonin is a degenerate of Melanin
C
Melanin destroys Melatonin
D
No relation, completely different
Question 1 Explanation: 
Melatonin is often presented as an independent product and is hardly ever linked to its source creator, Melanin. It is important to know the Melatonin is a hormone that was produced by a source (Melanin).
Question 2
Which of the following can be considered a “nighttime hormone”?
A
Serotonin
B
Adrenal
C
Melatonin
D
Both A and C
Question 2 Explanation: 
The production Melatonin begins when our Sun sets in the evening.
Question 3
Which of the following hormones can be considered a “natural pain killer”?
A
Serotonin
B
Insulin
C
Melatonin
D
Progesterone
Question 3 Explanation: 
Opposite to Melatonin, the secretion of Serotonin begins when our Sun rises. If you should pay attention, you will notice that whenever you are experiencing any form of pain or discomfort it is always more severe at nighttime than within the daytime.
Question 4
True or false, Serotonin is a sleep inducer?
A
True
B
False
Question 4 Explanation: 
Melatonin is the natural sleep inducer, initiated by Sunset that works flawlessly for those who naturally produce sufficient amount. Note: the benefits of Melatonin are only privileged to those who are respectful of it by taking care of it.
Question 5
True or false, Melatonin and Serotonin are the two primary hormones that are produced by the body that sets the stage for all other functions?
A
True
B
False
Question 6
Which of the following best describe Melanin/Melatonin?
A
Sunlight in the body
B
Black Substance
C
Supreme Regulator
D
All of the above
Question 6 Explanation: 
When all the spectrums of light is absorbed the end product is Melanin. Melatonin is a Black liquid produced by the Pineal, the word Melatoinin derives from the Greek language which means “Black Substance”. Melanin is the regulator of all regulators in the body. You will receive more insights on this further on in this test.
Question 7
What is the name of the organ that is primarily responsible for production of Melatonin and Serotonin?
A
Heart
B
Pineal
C
Intestine
Question 7 Explanation: 
The Pineal is not a gland as it is often referred to as. A gland is an element that secretes substance, i.e. the sweat gland secretes sweat. While an organ produces the substance. The sweat gland is not an organ because it does not produce sweat it only secretes it. The Pineal produces Melanin, so it is an organ in the body of those who are Melanin dominant.
Question 8
Over the counter Melatonin pills are used for the purpose of?
A
Sleep
B
Headache
C
Nervousness
D
None of the above
Question 8 Explanation: 
Note: Melatonin pills are not for Melanin dominant people.
Question 9
What is the name of the cells in the body that produces Melanin?
A
Melanin Cells
B
Melanocytes
C
Plasmacyte
Question 9 Explanation: 
Cytes is another word for cells and Melan is derivative of Melanin. Melanocytes are in extreme abundance throughout the body. Their job is to produce Melanin from the consumption of biological photons we receive directly or indirectly from our Sun.
Question 10
What is the relationship between Carbon and Melanin?
A
Carbon represent only a part of the Melanin structure
B
Carbon and Melanin are in natural fruits and vegetables
C
Melanin represents a chain of Carbon clusters
D
All of the above
Question 10 Explanation: 
Carbon is one of the primary elements in Melanin. In other words, Melanin is the same as taking Carbon and adding Hydrogen, Oxygen, etc. to it. Carbon is Melanin and Melanin is Carbon, it is the function of the Carbon molecules that gives Melanin its Blackness.
Question 11
True or false, Melatonin offers more energy than Serotonin?
A
True
B
False
Question 11 Explanation: 
Nighttime (darkness, can’t see) is for resting while daytime is for getting your work done (light, seeing). Naturally the body is programmed to provide energy at the point when is most suitable.
Question 12
Melanin is a conductor of electricity, what does this means?
A
It restricts the flow of electricity
B
It encourages the flow of electricity
C
It amplifies electrical frequency
D
Both B and C
Question 12 Explanation: 
Melanin is in every cell of the body, one of its key role is to amplify the electrical frequency that runs through the body. Since the body uses electricity to execute all tasks, the amplification of the electrical frequency heightens the body’s potentials and experiences.
Question 13
True or false, Melatonin is a powerful anti-aging hormone?
A
True
B
False
Question 13 Explanation: 
Melatonin controls the supply of oxygen in the body that fuels the cell engine (Mitochondria DNA) that maintains the vitality of our skin. It is also effective in destroying parasitic (or unnaturally acidic) conditions that leads to diseases such as aging.
Question 14
The pancreas produces insulin and the skin produces…?
A
Sweat
B
Heat
C
Melanin
D
The skin doesn’t produce anything
Question 14 Explanation: 
So many of us are unaware that the skin is an organ and Melanin is the primary product that it produces.
Question 15
True of false, Melatonin is the most powerful antioxidant in the human body?
A
True
B
False
Question 15 Explanation: 
Melatonin is like the strongest, strictest, most well discipline parent that seeks order and an antioxidant is an unruly child that likes to make mischief. The worst nightmare for that child is that strong discipline parent and that’s what Melatonin is in our body.
Question 16
Other than the Pineal what other area in the body does the production of Melanin take place?
A
Eyes
B
Intestine
C
Throat
D
A and B
Question 17
Which of the following disease(s) is Melatonin good for?
A
Diabetes
B
AIDS
C
Cancer
D
All of the above
Question 17 Explanation: 
Remember that Melanin/Melatonin is the supreme element of control and order in the human body, therefore anything that is adverse to order will be attacked by Melanin. However because people are not fueling their Melanin by means of proper dietary laws and other cultural practices their Melanin lies dormant and defenseless against the enemies.
Question 18
Melatonin is responsible for ones libido by controlling which hormone(s)?
A
Luteinizing hormone
B
Follicle-stimulating hormone
C
Growth hormone
D
Both A and B
Question 19
Melatonin is the responsible for increasing the production of a natural tranquilizer name…?
A
Alprazolam
B
Diazepam
C
Endorphins
D
Both A and B
Question 19 Explanation: 
Endorphins is a natural tranquilizer that defuses stress and pain for a more pleasant feeling. Endorphins are what make laughter, jogging and having sex pleasurable as it is released during these activities.
Question 20
The Locus Coeruleus is a very highly Melaninated part of the brain, which of the following best explains its function?
A
Pain killer
B
Memory
C
Sleep
D
None of the above
Question 20 Explanation: 
Memory is only one of the functions of the locus coeruleus, it is also effective with dealing with stress, emotion, motivation, attention, learning and decision making.
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