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  1. haidut

    Mitochondrial debris (from stress/injury) causes "autoimmune" disease

    After dancing around the issue for the last 10+ years, it looks like medicine is finally ready to admit the obvious. Namely, cellular (and more specifically, mitochondrial) debris created by stress/injury and dumped into the bloodstream causes the (in)famous "flares" that define virtually all...
  2. haidut

    Striking Accumulation Of PUFA In Aged Cells

    Peat has written many times about the changes that occur in "aged" cells. Those changes are virtually indistinguishable from the ones that occur in "sick" cells and are characterized by reduced mitochondrial number/size and a shift in lipid composition away from saturated and towards unsaturated...
  3. haidut

    How Chronic Stress (cortisol) Causes Disease

    Back in 2018 I did a post on a neat study that demonstrated how the presence of cellular (mitochondrial) fragments in the blood stream acts identically to the pituitary hormone ACTH and as such activates the HPA axis. The more cellular fragments are in the bloodstream the more intense the stress...
  4. haidut

    Memories Not Stored In The Brain But In The Entire Organism, Can Be Transmitted

    Peat has spoken a few times against the common idea that the brain is a storage mechanism for memories, personalities, habits, etc. There are countless of cases where people who have lost almost their entire brain (except their brainstem) have maintained perfectly normal lives with their...
  5. haidut

    DMSO Potentiates The Effects Of Steroids Inside The Cell

    This claims has been made many times, and is even listed on the Wikipedia page. However, I have not been able to find the actual reference to back this up even though I have been looking for a long time. Now, thanks to @Wagner83 and his link to the "Cornell Vet" book, I found that study and I am...
  6. burtlancast

    CELLULAR REPAIR KMUD 2012

    Transcribed by Burtlancast Download link of the MP3 file: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/22195338/kmud_120615_Cellular%20Repair.mp3
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