1. haidut

    The Stereotypes About Testosterone (T) Are Likely Wrong

    Just a few days ago, a thread was posted on the forum about a (observational) study implying that high T leads males to cheating. Higher Testosterone Levels Are Associated With Unfaithful Behavior In Men I made another post several months ago suggesting that it is likely cortisol, and in...
  2. haidut

    Fluoride At Levels In Tap Water Is As Toxic As Lead And Mercury For The Brain

    Finally some brave souls found the courage to publish a piece of truth. Fluoride is one of the "cornerstones" of public health policy and studies going against the established dogma are very rarely published. Whatever evidence about fluoride's toxicity comes to light is usually explained away...
  3. haidut

    Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPI) Increase All-cause Mortality And Heart Failure

    I posted a few studies before on the terrible side effects of PPI drugs. These drugs are perhaps the most prescribed class of drugs in the Western world for conditions like GERD, ulcers, or even to prepare for routine surgery. Recently, these drugs were approved even for use in newborns...
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    Effect of Two-Year Caloric Restriction on Bone Metabolism and Bone Mineral Density in Non-obese Youn

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26332798 Abstract Although caloric restriction (CR) could delay biologic aging in humans, it is unclear if this would occur at the cost of significant bone loss. We evaluated the effect of prolonged CR on bone metabolism and bone mineral density (BMD) in...
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    Caffeine And Effect On Brain Seen Through Scans

    Hmmm.... I know it is Daily Mail, but interesting: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/ ... =applenews
  6. haidut

    Caffeine Effect On Various "receptors"

    This study gives some indication as to what the chronic effects of caffeine ingestion are in terms of various "receptors" as defined by mainstream medicine. I attached a screenshot from the study, which summarizes the effects nicely. It's probably not a surprise that caffeine is an adenosine...
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    Glycine Virtually Eliminates Adverse GI Effects Of Aspirin

    I posted a study earlier on co-administration of glycine improving the absorption of aspirin. It looks like it also prevents the negative GI symptoms of aspirin intake in some people. The ratio needed is 2:1 in favor of aspirin, which means that if you are taking 1g of aspirin, you need to take...
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