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    Lactic Acid as a Stroke Protectant

    Lactate Supply from Astrocytes to Neurons and its Role in Ischemic Stroke-induced Neurodegeneration Brain Protection after Anoxic Brain Injury: Is Lactate Supplementation Helpful? Blockade of lactate transport exacerbates delayed neuronal damage in a rat model of cerebral ischemia...
  2. NewACC

    AREA1255: The Path to Immortality is Within Our Reach... (Immortality & Maximal Life-Extension)

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    LLight redpill me on water please

    What are the benefits of dry fasting and or water restriction ? @LLight
  4. GreekDemiGod

    Cold exposure increases baseline Dopamine levels - Huberman

    I was listening to this and it really got me thinking. What he is saying is anti Peat. View: https://youtu.be/QmOF0crdyRU https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s004210050065 https://www.glenlubbert.com/blog/2021/10/10/living-in-a-dopamine-nation
  5. yerrag

    Dr. Robert Young - And Tom Brady- Practicing Very Anti-Peat Diet and Claims To Be Staying Healthy and Young WTF?

    Came across Dr. Robert Young in a recent Pat Timpone Interview. He says Tom Brady practices his nutritional lifestyle and believes Brady will keep playing on well till his 50's: https://www.drrobertyoung.com/post/what-is-tom-brady-s-famous-lifestyle-at-43-years-young Just look at what he eats...
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    Aging seems to progress in discrete steps - at 34, 60, 78 years

    According to this study which analysed proteins in blood: Stanford scientists reliably predict people’s age by measuring proteins in blood This would strongly point at programmed aging, rather than driven strictly by metabolism, no? As much as I appreciate Ray's work and agree with his methods...
  7. Re.Generate

    Anti -Peat - Fructose Increases Endotoxin?

    Hi ya'll I'm not posting in terms of my own opposition to Peat - but rather a finding I have had - If this article has already been discussed somewhere else then appologies. I have had various problems with bloating and water retention for a while now - aware they could come from various...
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    Anti-Peat Is Peat wrong on fructose?

    Fructose consumed with glucose in small amounts from raw honey seem to be fine. However, excessive fructose consumption appears to be extremely negative. A very recent study "Fructose stimulated de novo lipogenesis is promoted by inflammation" shows that fructose causes inflammation and liver...
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    Anti-Peat Saturated Fat TERRIBLE For Liver Health & Diabetes. Compared To PUFA

    Hello, Finally, where are the well done studies who incriminates PUFA or vegetable oil ? I'm not saying that vegetable oil are great, even though I think that whole PUFA foods (fatty fish, nuts especially) are great for health if they are fresh and not rancid. But when you look at the...
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    "Carnivore MD" Jumping On The "Carbs Aren't The Issue" Bandwagon

    I find this so hilarious. These carnivores are finally getting the point, that carbs are essential. All of them say the feel better when including carbs. (Me too, btw) Now Saladino says PUFA causes heart disease, not Carbs, thus going against the low-carb/keto community dogma.