oxidative stress

  1. haidut

    Even "non-carcinogenic" estrogens can cause cancer

    I know, the title is a "paradox", but this is truly what the article discusses. By now, we already know that the word "paradox" in science is just a euphemism for idotism and/or fraud. Apparently, mainstream medicine has managed to convinced the public somehow that there are carcinogenic and...
  2. haidut

    Low, Not High, Metabolism Creates Oxidative Stress

    A hugely popular tenet of the "rate of living" theory is that the higher the metabolic rate the more reactive oxygen species (ROS) an organism produces. ROS elevation has already been implicated in a host of chronic disease including diabetes, CVD, cancer, neurological conditions and even mental...
  3. P

    Anabolic ,DHT Supporting Effect Of Doxycycline In Osteoblasts

    Lol sorry , couldn't find better tittle for this. Probably low, nonantibacterial dose of doxycycline is what we need for these effects. Like 20-40mg a day. Antioxidant Response of Osteoblasts to Doxycycline in an Inflammatory Model Induced by C-reactive Protein and Interleukin-6 Objectives...
  4. haidut

    Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) Reduces Lipofuscin, May Extend Lifespan

    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...
  5. haidut

    Linus Pauling May Have Been Vindicated - Vitamin C May Treat Cancer

    I am posting this only because Linus Pauling is so vilified and mocked by mainstream medicine. In fact, his proposal to use high doses vitamin C for cancer treatment is listed on QuackWatch as one of the greatest medical hoaxes of the 20th century. The Dark Side of Linus Pauling's Legacy Well...
  6. P

    Battles With Iron: Manganese In Oxidative Stress Protection

    Battles with Iron: Manganese in Oxidative Stress Protection Abstract The redox-active metal manganese plays a key role in cellular adaptation to oxidative stress. As a cofactor for manganese superoxide dismutase or through formation of non-proteinaceous manganese antioxidants, this metal can...
  7. P

    Soft-diet Feeding Decreases Dopamine Release And Impairs Aversion Learning In Alzheimer Model Rats

    Soft-diet feeding decreases dopamine release and impairs aversion learning in Alzheimer model rats. - PubMed - NCBI Abstract To examine the effects of soft-diet feeding on the dopaminergic system in a model rat for Alzheimer's disease (AD), we measured dopamine release in the hippocampus using...
  8. michael94

    Benefits Of Exercise On Mitochondrial Dysfunction And Oxidative Stress

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26503074 2015 Oct 27 mostly concerning skeletal muscle here and this was in older folk but still worth a read thoughts/comments appreciated, unfortunately the full text is behind a paywall edit: And of course, degree matters here's some additional info...
  9. P

    Taurine supplementation reduces oxidative stress and protects the liver in an iron-overload murine m

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25201602 We previously demonstrated that iron overload induces liver damage by causing the formation of reactive oxygen species (ROS). Taurine is a potent free radical scavenger that attenuates the damage caused by excessive oxygen free radicals. Therefore...
  10. P

    Concentric Vs Eccentric Exercise

    Eccentric muscle contraction induces greater oxidative stress in skeletal muscle, because migrating inflammatory cells enhanced generation of ROS http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3879393/ another one compare two type of exercise - Gene Shifting? cant understand it very well...
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