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Very interesting study showing that activating the Farnesoid X Receptor results in lower levels of MUFA and PUFA in the liver.
(Farnesoid X receptor - Wikipedia)
Lowers levels of MUFA are brought on by downregulating genes like SCD1.
"Elevated expression levels of SCD1 is found to be...
Doxycycline is beeing increasingly studied for its anti-inflammatory effects at sub-antimicrobial doses.
This study shows how and that it might be helpful in avoiding liver scarring/fibrosis.
It shows that MMP-8, which is released in response to LPS, activates the hepatic stellate cells...
I've been trying to find evidence for the mechanism of action of all vitamin K forms on regenerating/helping the liver.
The MoAs mentioned on this forum are kind of vague in my opinion. I do think vitamin K can be very helpful for the liver in many ways and I think the specific MoA deserves...
Hello, I am experiencing extreme sleeplessness and looking for insight and things to try. On the worse nights I fall asleep for about an hour or even less and then I’m awake the rest of the night. I’ve been struggling with pretty severe insomnia for the past couple of years and it’s just been...
In his latest interview with danny roddy and @haidut ray peat talked about policosanols beeing best at replacing stores PUFA over time.
They start talking about it at about 1:33:00
Now this is an important topic ,yet I haven't found much info on it.
Why dont we compile some info here and...
decreases rates of lipid peroxidation
interesting mice study demonstrating some coool effects
May be something worth trying if you...
I am reading this statement below i got from a site:
Did you know that your liver stores sugar (called glycogen), and that you NEED a steady flow of sugar to keep glycogen stores topped off? Without a healthy storage of glycogen, your liver won’t convert thyroid hormone T4 (inactive) to T3...