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coffee

  1. BlackMolasses

    Look for an alternative to coffee

    Coffee improves my well-being, but everything containing it has risen excessively in price in these times. I have tried nicotine with success, but nicotine gum is boring to consume. I live in a communist dictatorship so snus is illegal for some reason, cigarettes are legal but I don't want to...
  2. tastyfood

    Is the aluminum foil from coffee bags an issue?

    I tested high for aluminum in the nail test from Idealabs, and I'm doing a thorough review of everything around the house that could be exposing me to this toxic metal. The coffee I buy comes in bags that have aluminum foil. Does anyone think this could be a source of aluminum consumption...
  3. Twohandsondeck

    How to use clay to offset heavy metal damage from aluminum beverages, pesticides, and reduce plaque

    Answer: 1) Move liquid of choice to non-metal container. 2) Add 1/2 to 1 teaspoon of green clay to liquid or beverage of choice. 3) Allow the clay to settle at the bottom for 3-5 minutes until bubbling and particles stop floating around. 4) Consume all of beverage except for the last 1-1.5...
  4. A

    Instant coffee smells and tastes terribly sour

    Is it a sign to avoid? I need to get my caffeine, and as the prices are continuously getting higher my only choice is getting the cheapest instant coffee I could find. It smells sour and tastes pungent sour. The taste is nothing like a coffee. What are the chances that it's full of mold, is made...
  5. Green Dot

    Recovering from coffee overdose

    Hi everyone, first of all, Happy New Years. As of typing this, I still feel off, so pardon any errors. So a few days back, I believe I had too much coffee, and as a result, had a panic attack. I haven’t really felt the same since then. I feel much, much duller, I also feel dizzy at times...
  6. A

    Need help to figure out why I react so badly to coffee

    Firstly, I have PSSD but not prefer to call it that way because my problems are more akin to CFS/progressive dementia. Whenever I drink coffee, my dementia goes worse (vision, cognitive abilities), my bowel gets more reactive to inner stimuli, my chronic hunger problem gets worse, my motor...
  7. JamesGatz

    Drinking coffee from paper cups seems to be quiet toxic

    I'm sure many of us are familiar with the paper cups that we all get from fast food - As most of us know - a paper cup cannot hold a smoldering hot liquid (hot coffee) without melting so what do they line these cups with in order to hold the hot liquid ? polyethylene polyethylene - a...
  8. Apollo

    Prof. Gerhard Volkheimer - starch persorption

    Ray Peat: "Around 1988 I read Gerhard Volkheimer’s persorption article, and after doing some experiments with tortillas and masa, I stopped eating all starch except for those, then eventually I stopped those. Besides grains of starch entering the blood stream, lymph, and cerebral spinal fluid...
  9. A

    Aspirin was the most potent life-extension agent when data for all model organisms was combined, more so than rapamycin or metformin

    Research on aging and lifespan-extending compounds has been carried out using diverse model organisms, including yeast, worms, flies and mice. Many studies reported the identification of novel lifespan‐extending compounds in different species, some of which may have the potential to translate to...
  10. FitnessMike

    This is what happened to my thyroid hormones after 3 weeks of coffee

    Top results are before started coffee, bottom one after after 3 weeks of using coffee. Levels from top picc were high from supplementation from months ago, but because of my high rt3 my body wasnt able to utilise them and they kept high for a long time. Im assuming that coffee better my liver...
  11. B

    Covid-19, neurological issues, and Coffee: Need Help

    Hey everyone, Just recovering from Covid-19 but dealing with some neurological effects. I got weakness in my muscles and twitches, along with tinnitus, and generally still experience some problems here and there. What is weird is that I noticed my anxiety is through the roof lately, I get...
  12. Hans

    Should you quit coffee to fix a vitamin B1 deficiency?

    In my newsletter, I asked which topic people would like to see the most, and coffee and B1 were upvoted the most. I know it was also a "hot" topic a while back on the forum, so that's why I decided to post it here as well. View: https://youtu.be/ahDYNNFnFrI
  13. B

    Does Coffee Make Your Heart Flutter?

    3 1/2 minutes. A little Peaty! :thumbsup:
  14. P

    Cool coffee video

    View: https://youtu.be/rNbWDnUMaEk This video talks a lot about the key reasons Peat and others in the bioenergetic community think coffee is so valuable. Well done.
  15. T

    Does coffee interfere with vitamin E oral absorption?

    Hey all, I take my vitamin E softgels orally because they're too hard to squeeze when cut open, but I take them with meals and I drink coffee a lot with my meals. Does coffee interfere with oral vitamin E absorption? Thank you
  16. Twohandsondeck

    Anti-Peat Coffee causes joint stiffness or collagen lapse(?)

    As many members of the forum here are probably aware, there are anti-coffee people in the world for a number of their various reasons, off the top of my head I remember these arguments: Coffee will... -dry your skin out -tax your nervous system -spend ATP uselessly -increase H. Pylori -dilute...
  17. D

    Anti-Peat Blood diet

    No, it's not about that popular diet by blood type) This Russian guy has his own YouTube channel. What he does is simple: he eats/drinks something, then takes his blood and looks at it through a microscope. You can judge by two parameters: the flow of blood and the state of red blood cells...
  18. cupofcoffee

    Post-diagnostic coffee and tea consumption and breast cancer survival

    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41416-021-01277-1
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