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Here are some notes from Dr. Pfeiffer's book; "Mental and elemental nutrients : a physician's guide to nutrition and health care", it's an old book, but I think it's contributions to nutrition is still relevant.
Zinc- "zinc is more precious than gold" Zinc is needed for normal growth and...
As many of you already know, I attribute a lot of importance to hormones, and I've played quite a bit with them.
I have been off testosterone since the 6th of June this year.
When natural, my natural testosterone levels has always hovered around 500ng/dl.
It was 480ng/dl before I ever used...
INTERACTIONS OF THIAMIN, RIBOFLAVIN, AND OTHER B‐VITAMINS
"[W]hile lack of nicotinic acid dominates the picture, pellagra is in truth a disease of multiple deficiencies-nicotinic acid, protein, riboflavin, and perhaps haemopoietic factors."
"Excess leucine in the diet may antagonize the...
I hope this news is not taken as an excuse by governments around the world to increase pollution and start distributing B vitamins to the population as treatment. But given the already high pollution in most major cities around the world, taking a B complex vitamin could be a cheap and safe way...
Interesting paper, especially when you read it from a Peat view. Some hilarious excerpts:
"This led to a nationwide increase in the consumption of many vitamins, especially fat synthesis-promoting B vitamins[21-24], including B1 (thiamin), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin) and B6, in many...
I really liked that stuff,
but I have the sneaking feeling that Dr. Peat wouldn't say it is a healthy food.
I believe that some consider it at least somewhat excito-toxic,
maybe high in glutamates...?
Has anybody heard or read anything from Peat on this?