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    Hesperetin restores youth in old rats - enhances lifespan ~8% up to ~14% when given late, restores mitochondria & metabolism, reverses heart damage

    Posting this part from a thread i wrote on Hesperidins beneficial effects on toxic metal protection, diabetes, wound healing etc Great study on the life promoting effects of hesperitin (the derivative of hesperidin found in orange juice): *Reverses effects of aging / restores youth...
  2. haidut

    PUFA damages mitochondria, blocks mitophagy, leads to heart damage

    I can't get access to the full study text, so the comments I have here are based only on the abstract of the study below. However, even just the abstract is sufficient to demonstrate once again the dangers of PUFA. Despite the study not calling PUFA out directly, it does mention lard as the food...
  3. PeterSN

    I'm going to die [update]

    So I finally went to the hospital about this issue because my heart palpitations, breathlessness and anxiety were off the charts. They first monitored my heart for 2 hours, no issues besides the premature ventricular contractions i usually get. Then the did two blood tests on me, the first...
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    Can't get an answer to my health issues through regular healthcare, looking for suggestions of what I should do now

    I have already done a few posts on here over the last couple of years of various symptoms I have been facing that I can't really find a solution to. I am a 28-year-old male with a few health problems seriously reducing the quality of my life. At this point, I feel like I've pretty much-tried...
  5. PeterSN

    Heart arrythmia, shortness of breath, left arm pain

    Hey all, i have been on a raypeat life style since march 2021, and my health has just been getting worse, i used to run 10 km a day, now i cant run at all without feeling like im going to die. im only 20 years old and i cant even catch my breath while walking ofr 200m, wtf! Ive also developed...
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    Inhibition of succinate dehydrogenase by malonate promotes adult cardiomyocyte proliferation, revascularization, and heart regeneration

    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33666092/ Abstract Background: Neonatal mouse cardiomyocytes undergo a metabolic switch from glycolysis to oxidative phosphorylation, which results in a significant increase in reactive oxygen species production that induces DNA damage. These cellular changes...
  7. A

    Moderate heart rate reduction may help cardiac regeneration

    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35263588/ Highlights Moderate heart rate reduction promotes cardiomyocytes (cardiac muscle cells) proliferation and heart regeneration Heart rate reduction upregulates metabolic enzymes to induce cardiomyocytes cell cycle re-entry Heart rate reduction activates...
  8. haidut

    Eating vegetables does nothing to protect against heart disease

    The bad news for vegans keep piling on. Yesterday, I posted about meat-eating extending lifespan, unlike eating vegetables. In corroboration of the latter, the study below now claims that eating vegetables does nothing good for the heart. Now, I don't endorse completely shunning vegetables...
  9. A

    The heart cannot be the sole driver of blood circulation

    The circulation appears to be driven not only by the heart, but also by the vessels themselves. The fuel for this second driving mechanism lies in infrared energy, which emerges naturally from metabolic heat, as well as from external sources (solar energy)...
  10. A

    Thyroid hormone-dependent regulation of metabolism and heart regeneration

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/labs/pmc/articles/PMC8776588 Heart attacks remain a leading cause of death worldwide due to the inability of adult humans to regenerate lost cardiac tissue after ischemic damage (Criteria, 2010; Nowbar et al., 2019). Myocardial infarction occurs when blood flow to...
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    Ageing caused from a lack of earths energetic charge

    hey, i recently came across two articles from the writer Miles Mathis where he discusses his theory that a huge factor in ageing and health is the fact that most buildings have insulation in the ground and also in the ceiling, which prevents the electrical charge from the earth and from the...
  12. Nfinkelstein

    Latest hoax to cover up vax induced coronary heart failure

    Up to 300,000 people facing heart-related illnesses due to post-pandemic stress disorder, warn physicians - Evening Standard
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    The homeoviscous adaptation to dietary lipids (HADL) model explains controversies over saturated fat, cholesterol, and cardiovascular disease risk

    SFAs play the leading role in 1 of the greatest controversies in nutrition science. Relative to PUFAs, SFAs generally increase circulating concentrations of LDL cholesterol, a risk factor for atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD). However, the purpose of regulatory mechanisms that...
  14. A

    Why Cancer of the Heart is So Rare

    https://raypeatforum.com/community/threads/cancer-cells-addicted-to-fat-and-use-fat-oxidation-for-survival.7639 https://raypeatforum.com/community/threads/forcing-the-heart-to-burn-glucose-instead-of-fat-may-cure-heart-failure.33094 Dr. Stephen Hussey To understand why cancer in the heart is...
  15. Smitty

    Nuclear (Thallium) Stress Test

    Hi all, Some background: I had an SVT episode in which my heart rate reached 214BPM resting. I felt well – no dizziness, faintness, etc. besides some anxiety during the episode and it has been 3 years since my last. Since it's been a while and I haven't experienced an SVT under the care of my...
  16. haidut

    How lipolysis may damage organs such as the heart

    It is well-known in endocrinology, and especially among doctors specializing in diabetes, that excessive lipolysis is highly detrimental not only for the overall progression of metabolic diseases like diabetes, but also for most of the organs of the patient. Lipolysis is known to be elevated in...
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    Does Coffee Make Your Heart Flutter?

    3 1/2 minutes. A little Peaty! :thumbsup:
  18. haidut

    DHT, not T, likely the "active" androgen in heart and brain

    Interesting study, done on baboons (so should have good relevance for humans), demonstrating that the cardiovascular system (CVS) exclusively accumulates and recognizes (at the receptor level) DHT, instead of testosterone (T). In fact, the androgen receptor in CVS is so structurally different it...
  19. haidut

    Keto (low-carb) diet causes heart fibrosis, blocks mitochondrial biogenesis

    The bad news for the low-carb / keto community keep piling on. There are a number of posts on this blog about studies demonstrating insulin resistance, diabetes, obesity and even sarcopenia as a result of low-carb diets or their close mimetic known as intermittent fasting. Now, the study below...
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    What's The Latest Thinking On Beef *Organ* Supplements?

    I couldn't find any info in my quick searching on "beef organs". There are a number of vendors selling beef organ supplements bother here and online that tout health benefits. Here's a listing of one such supplement's ingredients: Brain (Bovine) Approximately 65mg Heart (Bovine) Approximately...