1. C

    The World’s Oldest Family Claims Eating Oatmeal Twice Daily Is The Secret They carefully avoid a fasted state by digesting carbs all night and then eat an early breakfast.
  2. C

    "Tour de France" Endurance Athletes Have HUGE 17% Increase In Average Longevity

    Don't shoot the messenger. I hate cardio too.
  3. haidut

    LipOdd - Liquid Product With Odd-Chain Saturated Fats (SFA)

    More than a decade ago, when I was just beginning my exploration of bioenergetics, one of the first indications that Ray's writings were onto something when it came to SFA vs. PUFA was the fact that while mainstream medicine ruthlessly bashed SFA in general and promoted PUFA, virtually very...
  4. C

    Life-Extension Drug LOY-001 For Dogs Over 40lbs Is Probably A Few Years Away I would have posted a chemical description but don't see it online yet.
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    Membranes Are Saturated By Beta-Blockers

  6. haidut

    How adrenochrome works - it is a potent oxidizer/quinone and serotonin antagonist

    As most of my readers know, the topic of adrenochrome is perhaps one of the most controversial in both politics and medicine, due to its purported harvesting from children and usage for anti-aging purposes, as well as due to its purported role in causing schizophrenia and a number of other...
  7. haidut

    Increasing serotonin (5-HT) breakdown delays/prevents aging

    The naked mole rat (NMR) is one of the most fascinating species. Despite being a humble rodent, much smaller than a regular house/city rat, the NMR has an exceptionally long life-span of 35+ years (compared to 2-3 years for the common rat) and on top of that is remarkably resistant to the...
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    I've NEVER Seen "Coconut" Associated With Longevity or Centenarians

    I just realized that after reading about the diets of exceptionally healthy people in their 90s and older and I've never seen the word coconut once. I've seen they eat chocolate, bacon, eggs, olive oil, milk but never seen the word "coconut" in the context of a supercentenarian or really anyone...
  9. haidut

    Aspirin lowers all-cause mortality

    A fascinating study, which highlights once again that there is a lot more to aspirin than "COX inhibition" (as medicine would have us believe). The study was done on ICU patients only, but I view that as an even stronger evidence in favor of aspirin, since ICU patients are in a very precarious...
  10. haidut

    Aspirin may replicate the benefits of fasting, while avoiding its risks

    I just made a post about fasting raising risk of early death by about 30%. On the other hand, fasting has been shown to lower biomarkers of inflammation as well as increase autophagy, with at least the former being undeniably beneficial. We already know from other studies that the benefits of...
  11. haidut

    Low-carb/fasting raise, low-fat diets lower risk of early death by 30%+

    Not very good news for the low-carb proponents, especially considering the fact that those findings match the clinical studies showing that pharmacologically lowering blood sugar increases all-cause mortality by about the same percentage (30%-40%). The study found that even the better-controlled...
  12. haidut

    Restoring mitochondrial function may be sufficient to reverse aging

    The findings of the study may not sound very novel to my readers, however please keep in mind that the vast majority of anti-aging studies so far have only looked at slowing (not even stopping) aging. Actually reversing aging is the Holy Grail of gerontology, and to date very few studies have...
  13. haidut

    The "cancer metabolism" drives aging in humans

    A truly monumental study, as it is perhaps the first one to demonstrate that "aging" in human cells is entirely under metabolic control. What can I say - Ray Peat right again! Unfortunately, the way the actual study has been worded has been, once again, criminally mis-represented by mainstream...
  14. cs3000

    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...
  15. haidut

    Low vitamin D levels linked to premature death

    Another way to phrase the findings of the study is that vitamin D deficiency increases the risk of death from any cause. Another important finding of the study is that it was the levels of 25-OH-D (calcifediol, a biomarker of of cholcalciferol (vit. D3) supplementation) and not 1,25-OH-D...
  16. haidut

    No evidence for rate-of-living theory of aging

    Just a quick post, since this topic dominates anti-aging research - i.e. despite lack of concrete evidence for it, mainstream research (and finding agencies) continue to claim that longevity is tied to metabolism, but in an inverse relationship. The study below is on turtles - one of the longest...
  17. haidut

    Eating meat extends human life expectancy

    Another study challenging the vegan dogma relentlessly promoted by mainstream media under the aegis of World Economic Forum (WEF) members and other similarly microcephalic goons. As the study says, other studies that found benefits in eating vegan diets have failed to account for the so-called...
  18. BearWithMe

    Why are people in big cities generally much healthier?

    According to every study I read and every demographical data I have seen, people living in big cities tend to live longer and do better in almost every measurable health marker. But living on countryside should be much healthier, in theory. Less pollution, cleaner air, less EMF exposure, better...
  19. haidut

    Aging is an energy deficiency problem, taking cardiolipin may reverse it

    Yet another study demonstrating that "aging" is nothing but a phenotype characterizing an organism with declining energy production. Since most of the cellular energy is produced in the mitochondria, another way of stating the same is that aging (and any specific disease for that matter) is a...
  20. haidut

    Inflammation (from PUFA), not telomeres, determines lifespan / healthspan

    The idea of lifespan being entirely determined by limits on cellular division has ruled biology for more than a century and is perhaps best exemplified by the (in)famous (and false) Hayflick limit. Reaching the said limit is postulated to be controlled by telomere length, and as such the...
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