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  1. JamesGatz

    Wearing a cast after an injury seems to be Peaty

    I was thinking of casts after a serious injury the other day - many people mentioned it in the regenerating limbs thread - the hospitals say that the cast helps you heal faster because of "Casts and splints relieve some pain and reduce swelling, too. They help it heal by keeping broken ends...
  2. haidut

    Silica, present in most supplements/food, activates the endotoxin receptor (TLR4)

    Many of my readers know about the health risks of silica - a substance doctors and pundits call completely "benign, present in virtually all commercially sold dietary supplements and also in most commercially sold food (even organic ones!). The most commonly used form commercially is silicon...
  3. ScurveDream

    Long Chins, Big Ears, Long/narrow Faces = GH, Estrogen?

    I notice some feature mix ups and combinations. Guys with stronger jaws (not sure about women though) tend to have larger ears, but there are guys with big ears and longer chins (downward protruding more than forward) that lack the same jaw types and facial broadness. Since the effects of GH...
  4. haidut

    Blocking Estrogen In Brain Strikingly Anabolic For Female Muscles / Bones

    In yet another great example of "synchronicity" (Synchronicity - Wikipedia), just a few days after posting the study on lack of estrogen and muscle growth, another fascinating study popped into my mailbox. Estrogen Is NOT Needed For Either Muscle Or Bone Growth / Anabolism Now, the study below...
  5. haidut

    Pregnenolone Is Anabolic For Bones

    So much for pregnenolone being an inactive steroid. The study below shows that even very low concentrations of pregnenolone are high anabolic for the bone and its effects are comparable to those of potent steroids like DHT or the well-known androgenic-anabolic steroid (AAS) commonly known as...
  6. haidut

    High Serotonin Is A Likely Cause Of Most Types Of Fractures

    Peat wrote in a few articles that serotonin is extremely detrimental for bone growth and that anti-serotonin drugs are anabolic for the bone. Serotonin is the most potent inducer of cortisol synthesis, which is probably the main mechanism behind its bone destructive effects. However, serotonin...
  7. haidut

    Fluoride Now Officially Banned In India As A Known Toxin

    It is funny how the knowledge about toxicity of a given chemical can be so widespread in certain areas of the world and completely censored in others. Not only that, but India seems to have banned fluoride for causing the same issues that Western medicine claims it prevents! Let's see if other...
  8. P

    Positive Effect Of H1 Antihistamines On Bone Density

    Anti-histamine Therapy and Bone Mineral Density: Analysis in a Population-Based U.S. Sample Background Histamine may play an important role in bone turnover. The data regarding histamine receptor antagonists (H1RA, H2RA) and bone mineral density in humans are sparse. We examined bone mineral...
  9. J

    Excess Alpha Tocopherol Might Damage Bones

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