Chronic alcohol abuse is highly detrimental to health and especially to the brain. Alcohol puts the body in a reductive state and depletes vitamin B1 (thiamine) stores. If the B1 deficiency becomes severe enough it manifests through what is clinically known as Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome (WKS)...
There are few reliable treatments of the so-called "age spots" officially known as lipofuscin. Ray has written about the role of iron, PUFA and estrogen in the formation of this skin pigment and has suggested that vitamin E may be one possible treatment. Now we can add vitamin B2 to the list of...
In a rare Ray Peat article which does not appear on his webpage we learn that the age pigment lipofuscin builds up in cells and correlates with age.
At the end of the article, Ray Peat recommends avoiding estrogen, excess iron and unsaturated fats.
He also recommends...
From this website.
Age pigment: Cause and Effect of Aging and Stress
I have written about the many toxic effects of unsaturated oils, estrogen, and excess iron, and how each of these contributes to certain features of aging and age-related degenerative diseases. Now I am going to discuss some...
I've heard for many years that DMAE can remove age pigment from the body.
http://www.vrp.com/brain-health/dmae-hi ... -age-spots
That's a pretty dang high dose of DMAE!
Beyond a Century carries it in powder form.
Does anyone have personal experience/results with this protocol?