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  1. haidut

    Stress (adrenaline, Noradrenaline) As The Main Driver Of Cancer Metastases

    I just posted a study in which it was shown that surgical removal of a tumor results in massive and uncontrolled formation of metastases across the entire organism. Universal Test For Cancer Progression/stage Here is the quote again, just to make the point of this thread clear. "...The...
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    Palmitic Acid (palmitate) Strongly Increases Oxidative Metabolism

    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...
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    Cancer Addiction To Fat Confirmed; Niacinamide As Possible Treatment

    This is the latest of a number of studies over the last year or so that point the finger at fat (and not sugar) as the primary factor in tumor growth. I posted a few studies in the past showing that tumor cells are highly dependent on fat for growth and proliferation, and a number of...
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    A List Of Androgens That Stimulate 5-AR Activity

    Increasing 5-AR activity has received a lot of interest lately due to its therapeutic effects on mood disorders as well as issues with excess cortisol (5-AR deactivates cortisol). Unfortunately, the official story is that there are no freely available compounds that can stimulate 5-AR activity...
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    DHT Stimulates Its Own Synthesis

    The stress hormone estrogen is well-known for its ability to stimulate its own synthesis, resulting in a vicious circle. Some of the beneficial steroids like pregnenolone do the same, but for pretty much all others like T, cortisol, aldosterone, and even progesterone there is a feedback...
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    Prolactin Increases Cortisol Secretion

    I think this is a pretty important study as it provides further evidence of the close relationship between various biomarkers of stress such as prolactin, estrogen, and cortisol. As Ray said, estrogen is really not a female hormone but rather the stress hormone. Prolactin is pretty similar, and...
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