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  1. J

    Has Anyone Tried Diffusing Baking Soda?

    I've heard of people nebulizing baking soda before, which probably yields really good results. However I don't have a nebulizer, however I do have a diffuser that you put essential oils in and it blows them out into the air. I got the idea that this might work with baking soda, so I took about...
  2. Mauritio

    High Altitude Benefits

    Live high:train low increases muscle buffer capacity and submaximal cycling efficiency - PubMed Showing intermittent time in altitude around 3000m having benefits ,e.g. less oxygen consumption . So even just a few hours every day at high altitude can have a good effect. Metabolic and work...
  3. noqcks

    C02 For Nasal Congestion

    I enjoy running and have recently started running 5km every other day after a long break of not doing so. Unfortunately.... there are early signs that this is not all that great for my health. :( Noticed myself having some nasal congestion the last few days. Even though I breathe only through...
  4. fever257

    My Experience With CO2 - My Routine, Knowledge, And Questions

    Hey everyone, Just wanna preface this by saying please bare with me as I do have a few questions. so in Danny's weblogs, Ray has said that moving to a high elevation (which has high CO2 air content) is the best thing that one can do for their health. We know the CO2 automatically raises the...
  5. D

    Masks And CO2

    If you want to increase your CO2 simply wear a mask. Del Bigtree in the latest Highwire YouTube video measured the CO2 concentrations for various Covid-19 masks. All masks measured concentrations of 9000+ ppm after a few minutes. Normal concentrations without a mask are around 800 ppm. Wear a...
  6. ddjd

    The Coronavirus Seems To Be Sparing Populations At High Altitudes

    When tourists from Mexico, China and Britain became the first covid-19 fatalities in Cusco, Peru, it seemed as if the onetime capital of the Inca Empire might be headed for a significant outbreak. Nestled in a picturesque Andean valley, the high-altitude city of 420,000 residents, the gateway...
  7. A

    Bringing Back Gbolduev. Great Results In Regards To CO2

    Below my commentary will be a master list of Gbolduevs insight. This is the third day in a row I have ran 1-2 Miles and the results on hair quality are astounding. After reading Gbolduev and seeing real life examples for 3-4 guys in my circle who are runners and a few famous guys who are big...
  8. zarrin77

    Sodium Bicarbonate Improves Oxygen Consumption, Glucose Uptake, And Mitochondrial Respiration

    Sodium bicarbonate increases glucose uptake and mitochondrial biogenesis in C2C12 myotubes potentially via the transcriptional co-activator PGC-1α - The Physiological Society Bicarbonate is one of the most effective sports supplements for athletes out right now, and works better than...
  9. md_a

    Ray Peat On Carbon Dioxide

    Carbon dioxide protects nerves and muscles against excessive excitation. It inhibits lactic acid formation, and lipid peroxidation (measured in the blood) can be completely suppressed by a pC02 of about 90 mm, which isn't high enough to produce acidosis. Hospital respirators are normally set to...
  10. md_a

    FROM NYC ICU: DOES COVID-19 REALLY CAUSE ARDS?

    ..... Similar patterns of pulmonary disease between HAPE and COVID-19 Both COVID-19 and HAPE (high altitude pulmonary edema) exhibit a decreased ratio of arterial oxygen partial pressure to fractional inspired oxygen with concomitant hypoxia and tachypnea. There also appears to be a tendency...
  11. haidut

    Humans Have A 'salamander-like' Ability To Regrow Cartilage

    The title says it all, but the study authors make the unfortunate/handicapped conclusion that while we may very well be able to regrow cartilage, we cannot regrow limbs. Well, multiple animal studies I posted in the last beg to disagree and point to both high metabolism and progesterone as...
  12. P

    Roles Of Interstitial Fluid PH In Diabetes Mellitus: Glycolysis And Mitochondrial Function

    Roles of interstitial fluid pH in diabetes mellitus: Glycolysis and mitochondrial function
  13. haidut

    Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Therapy Reduces Belly Fat In Humans

    Finally some good news out of mainstream medicine! I am quite happy to see that the crucial role of carbon dioxide in health and metabolism is finally being recognized. This was a human study, which makes it even more relevant. Finally, given that belly fat is primarily driven by cortisol is...
  14. haidut

    Cosmic Radiation Can Create Life-building Blocks From Ammonia & CO2

    Peat mentioned this in a few of his articles and the process of formation of basic amino acids from simpler chemicals is well-known. But up until now the "trigger" or "spark" of this process was not known. The study below shows that low-energy electrons from cosmic radiation can serve as that...
  15. haidut

    Naked Mole Rats Do Not Age

    Many forum users are familiar with the naked mole rat. Peat has mentioned them a few times and we have a few other posts about them on the forum. They are highly resistant to cancer, and while the mainstream medical view is that this is due to their special genes the much more likely explanation...
  16. P

    PH Of Soul: How Does Acid-base Balance Affect Our Cognition?

    pH of soul: how does acid-base balance affect our cognition? Abstract Respiratory Alkalosis due to changes in sympathetic hyperarousal during pathological emotional states can change our cognitive abilities. This occurs through the effects of Alkalosis upon cerebral vasoconstriction and the...
  17. P

    TNF Alpha

    I probably will edit this post and update it. Magnesium and tnf alpha interaction Elevated concentrations of TNF-alpha are related to low serum magnesium levels in obese subjects. - PubMed - NCBI Adequate zinc intake is necessary for protection against tnf alpha and pufa Zinc nutrition and...
  18. raypeatclips

    Co2 Inhibits Mast Cell Degranulation, Histamine And Lowers Intracellular Calcium

    Nothing particularly new in the Peat sphere here but found a nice little study to add to the forum when I was researching alternative antihistamines. Treatment of mast cells with carbon dioxide suppresses degranulation via a novel mechanism involving repression of increased intracellular...
  19. AretnaP

    Post Miscellaneous Information About Co2

    I've become very interested in the relationship between co2 and human health. I want to know what you guys know. Here are the studies that everybody has seen before that hint at co2 having antioxidant-like effects. The role of carbon dioxide in free radical reactions of the organism. - PubMed...
  20. P

    Fructose And Sucrose Intake Increase Exogenous Carbohydrate Oxidation During Exercise

    Fructose and Sucrose Intake Increase Exogenous Carbohydrate Oxidation during Exercise Abstract Peak exogenous carbohydrate oxidation rates typically reach ~1 g·min−1 during exercise when ample glucose or glucose polymers are ingested. Fructose co-ingestion has been shown to further increase...
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