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It seems like aspirin raises free thyroid hormones (may need to double check that) but what if any would this have on someone on a low carb diet?
Probably, increase it??
Differential Metabolic Effects of Saturated Versus Polyunsaturated Fats in Ketogenic Diets
Changes in serum β-hydroxybutyrate, insulin sensitivity (SI), and lipid profiles were measured. Mean circulating β-hydroxybutyrate levels increased 8.4 mg/dl in the POLY group (P = 0.0004), compared...
Most people on the forum living in the US have probably seen the ads for drugs like Xarelto and Predaxa. These are blood-thinners that are supposed to lower risk of stroke and death from stroke in people with the heart condition known as atrial fibrillation, or AFib.
Atrial fibrillation -...
Short chain fatty acids are different than what keto people eat on a keto diet.
Ruminant animals and gorilla ,none of them get into ketosis or hypoglycemia state, propionate readily converts into glucose, that is how these animals gluconeogenesis works. Human also converts this SCF to glucose...
In this study we examined the role of methionine and choline in mediating the metabolic effects of KD. We have found that choline was more effective than methionine in decreasing the liver steatosis of KD-fed mice. On the other...
This is a common problem in Peat world - many people come to Peat (or simply resume normal eating habits) after years on a Paleo (or anothew low carb diet). The result is often weight gain, and this study shed some light on the mechanisms.
http://www.nutritionandmetabolism.com/c ... 6/abstract
I am trying to follow Peat, and a lot of it makes sense, but sometimes there is conflicting information.
One is the fact that high fat (and essentially zero carb) diets have been used to treat brain disorders/diseases.
The author/doctor of the book - Grain Brain has cured brain...