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Hello IdeaLab Users/PSSD Sufferers,
I desperately need the help of those who are skilled in current scientific research of rare maladies. I am a former PSSD sufferer that was very active on this...
So I've fixed my eczema for the past 4 months by eating Ray's way and more importantly adding VIT K + D - which was the main culprit of getting rid of ezcema first time since my 20's. I've been eczema free up until 7 days ago when I started experimenting with doxycycline:
1 day: 300mg doxy
Has anyone ever actually heard Dr Peat recommend a high carb diet?
The only time I've ever heard him questioned about optimal macro ratios, he said he doesn't know, and that 33/33/33 might be good. That's hardly high carb.
In fact, the only time I've heard him use the words "high carb," is when...
Peat has touched upon his views of the immune system in several articles, mostly related to autoimmune disease. In his view, the role of the immune system is not so much to "attack" foreign pathogens that threaten the organism, but is more akin to sanitation workers who clean up trash and other...
While endurance exercise is hardly the healthiest form of physical activity, triathlon runners are known for their ability to quickly clear lactate out of the blood and metabolite it back into glucose. The ability to handle lactate is good metric of metabolic health and the pyruvate/lactate...
Yet another absolutely great study on inosine. It shows that not only can inosine replenish ATP (as shown in the previous studies I posted) but it can inhibit excessive glycolysis, lower lactate, and dramatically improve oxidative metabolism - effects which are key driver of cell differentiation...
This is yet another thread as a follow up on the recent posts about plamitic acid inhibiting fatty acid oxidation and having therapeutic roles in cancer, diabetes and all other disease characterized by elevated/abnormal fatty acid metabolism.
Palmitic Acid (palmitate) Is A Fatty Acid Oxidation...
Tumor microenvironment derived exosomes pleiotropically modulate cancer cell metabolism
Cancer-associated fibroblasts release exosomes that both deliver nutrients to cancer cells and inhibit oxidative phosphorylation. Exosomes from fibroblasts can supply an amino acid called glutamine and other...
Pentoxifylline Reverses Oxidative Mitochondrial Defect in Claudicating Skeletal Muscle
The effect of pentoxifylline on filterability of normal red blood cells and their adhesiveness to cultured endothelial cells - Springer
Pentoxifylline Neuroprotective Effects Are Possibly Related to Its...
Ray has written extensively about the mitochondria and its crucial role in health. The structure and contents of the mitochondria undergo extensive change as part of the aging process and one of the most important constituents of mitochondria is the lipid cardiolipin (CL). CL is crucial for the...
electron transport chain
In yet another confirmation of Ray's metabolic theory of everything (TOE), this study found that aging is associate with a shift from oxidative to reductive state in the cell. More importantly, the study found that stress has the same effects as the aging process - i.e. stress is a form of...
I posted another study recently that showed low doses DHEA treatment increased T and DHT levels in rats and had the same beneficial effects as exercise. The human equivalent dose used was <15mg per day.
These studies shows that a low dose DHEA dramatically improves oxidative metabolism in liver...