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  1. bluewren

    SSRI's And Youth Suicide

    More evidence of the danger of some anti depressants.... http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-09-17/a ... ew/6783332
  2. haidut

    Birds Fall In Love Just Like Humans Do

    Another confirmation that animals are just as conscious and capable of human emotion as humans are. The study was done on birds that were monogamous, and if anything, shows that being able to choose a mate that suits you is key not only to happiness but to offspring health as well...
  3. haidut

    More Evidence That Anti-depressants May Worsen Mental Health

    I think at this point there is enough evidence to warrant putting quotes around the term "anti-depressants" since in many cases not only they do not improve mental health but may make the situation dramatically worse. This latest study adds even more weight to the evidence against the commonly...
  4. Giraffe

    Sulfur In Human Nutrition And Applications In Medicine

    "Because the role of elemental sulfur in human nutrition has not been studied extensively, it is the purpose of this article to emphasize the importance of this element in humans and discuss the therapeutic applications of sulfur compounds in medicine. Sulfur is the sixth most abundant...
  5. Westside PUFAs

    Oysters May Serve As Link In Transmission Of Norovirus

    http://www.nytimes.com/2015/09/08/healt ... .html?_r=0
  6. SarahBeara

    Association Of Low Resting Heart Rate In Men And Increased Violent Criminality

    Hi All, Longtime lurker, first time poster. Came across this article and thought I would share. Association of low resting heart rate in men and increased violent criminality
  7. C

    Ornithine And Aromatase Inhibition

    Hi, I was reading about the effectiveness of various 'aromatase inhibitors' - particularly those 'natural' compounds found in supplements derived from extracts of plants (ie. grape fruit extract, curcumin, blueberries, celery, fenugreek, ginger, goji, safflower, etc). In my reading, I have...
  8. haidut

    Aging Associated With A Loss Of Ability To Metabolize Glucose

    Ray has written about this phenomenon so many times, and it also underscores the futility of the attempt to cure diabetes by making people oxidize fat more. According to this study, with aging the human mitochondria progressively lose the ability to oxidize glucose. They can oxidize fat just...
  9. haidut

    Cancer Cells Addicted To Fat And Use Fat Oxidation For Survival

    Ray has written several times that while cancer cells use glucose for their normal activities they use fat to evade apoptosis and increase metastasis. Thus, according to Ray, using substances that block fat oxidation can be therapeutic. Niacinamide and aspirin are some of the most beneficial...
  10. haidut

    Carbs (not Meat) Were Crucial Factor For Developing Big Brains

    The Paleo community is ablaze as a result of this news article. The study claims that even though meat may have kickstarted the process of developing big brains, it was carbs that were crucial for the sustained development of a big brain and the intelligence associated with it. I think points 1)...
  11. haidut

    Aging Tied To Loss Of Oxidative Capacity; Stress Has Same Effect

    In yet another confirmation of Ray's metabolic theory of everything (TOE), this study found that aging is associate with a shift from oxidative to reductive state in the cell. More importantly, the study found that stress has the same effects as the aging process - i.e. stress is a form of...
  12. burtlancast

    2014 Study: Normal Sugar Consumption Not Associated With Health Problems

    EDIT: I posted this to vindicate carbohydrates in the causation of diabetes, but, as LucH pointed out, it's made by by a scientist bought and paid for by the soft drink industry. Sugars and Health Controversies: What Does the Science Say? The consumption of sugar and its relation to various...
  13. haidut

    DHEA Is Preferentially Converted Into DHT In Humans

    I posted several studies showing both that DHEA itself is androgenic and very similar to DHT in terms of affecting "gene" expressions, as well as preferentially converted into DHT when used as supplement. Unfortunately, most of the studies were in animals and some of them were in vitro. So, what...
  14. haidut

    Caffeine - A "new" Drug For Depression / Social Defeat

    Caffeine has been popping up in the news lately. Several studies caught my eye, so I am posting them here. Two independent groups of researchers found out that caffeine protects against stress-induced mood and memory dysfunction. One of the studies focused on depression and found that increase...
  15. L

    Soybean Oil Causes Obesity More Than Fructose & Coconut Oil

    Interesting study: found that a diet of soybean oil causes obesity more than a diet of fructose and or a diet of coconut oil: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/20 ... ceDaily%29
  16. J

    Ginger Is A Seratonin Antagonist?

    http://suppversity.blogspot.com/2015/07/nausea-leaky-gut-gi-disturbances-ginger.html?m=1 So I read Adel's latest article about ginger helping athletes with respect to ameliorating leaky gut. And at the bottom, Adel mentions speculation that ginger is a seratonin receptor antagonist. I wanted...
  17. burtlancast

    Scientists Reverse Cell Aging By Genetically Enhancing Glycine Production

    http://www.sciencealert.com/japanese-sc ... mitstart=1 Ray right again... :mrgreen:
  18. L

    [article] Is Serotonin An Upper Or A Downer? The Evolution Of The Serotonergic System And Its Role I

    Is serotonin an upper or a downer? The evolution of the serotonergic system and its role in depression and the antidepressant response click on the DOI to download pdf. http://gen.lib.rus.ec/scimag/index.php? ... per+downer I found this literature review very enlightening, and sometimes, very...
  19. haidut

    Green Tea, Fluoride Reduce Thyroid Function By As Much As 50%

    Ray has written that green tea is also quite estrogenic, so I am not surprised to see this effect. Fluoride is apparently also a well-known thyroid inhibitor as stated by the scientists. If this is well known then why do we have fluoride in the tap water?!? Also, caffeine, as expected, did not...
  20. haidut

    Four Obesity Paradoxes Explained

    I don't know if the author of that blog follows this forum or not, but we have been discussing these "paradoxes" for some time now. It seems that even mainstream medicine is wising up to the fact that blindly recommending weight loss can be downright dangerous and that obesity may be a defensive...
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