1. trinity

    Polyunsaturated fatty acid intake and incidence of type 2 diabetes in adults: a dose response meta-analysis of cohort studies

    Hi all I have been researching diabetes through the forum with many of the posts linking PUFA as one of the main causes of insulin resistance and so diabetes. Much scientific evidence as been referred to in these posts showing this correlation. But I have come across this recent (2022) meta...
  2. I

    Hamsters with niacin/vitamin b3 deficiency cannibalize their young "This study shows that maize-based diets cause high rates of maternal infanticides in the European hamster, a farmland species on the verge of extinction in Western Europe. Vitamin B3 supplementation is shown to effectively restore...
  3. I

    Magnesium-L-threonate enhances analgesia and reduces the dosage of opioids needed in advanced cancer patients

    90 days into supplementation with magnesium, the treatment group needed only half the morphine of the placebo (no magnesium) group for pain management. Oral application of magnesium-L-threonate enhances analgesia and reduces the...
  4. Limon9

    MTOR Increases With Aging/Sarcopenia, (Partial) Inhibition Restores Muscle Mass

    This was a nice experiment which upsets the naive axis of anabolism and catabolism commonly-associated with the mTOR (mammalian target of rapamycin). Its activation is not sufficient to maintain muscle mass, and partially inhibiting it can unexpectedly restore muscle. Common medical advice is...
  5. Limon9

    Cognitive Benefits Of Caloric Restriction Are Due To Reduced Tryptophan/Serotonin/mTOR Signalling

    It seems that consuming pure egg white will indeed make you stupid enough to consume pure egg white. Key Points - Calorie restriction improves mental test performance in mice. - Adding tryptophan into calorie-restricted diet abolished memory benefits. - Giving C.R. mice the serotonergic drug...
  6. JCastro

    Anti-Peat Sucrose raises brain serotonin significantly more than starch in rat study

    The rats who ate 50g/kg sucrose for 2 weeks had significantly higher hippocampal serotonin and a more potent response to the serotonergic drug fenfluramine, all compared to rats who ate 50g/kg starch for 2 weeks. The starch group had longer-lasting serotoninergic effects, but the sucrose group...
  7. A

    Why you shouldn't take 'scientific studies' to heart

    Hi all. This is a well made video showcasing some of the unfortunate (un)truths about the pharmaceutical and medical industry that I thought some here might appreciate. Most of us here know this already as our eyes are open to Big Pharma, but the video lays out some actual fraudulent events...
  8. haidut

    BREAKING: Seminal study, core of the amyloid-Alzheimer theory, was FABRICATED!

    It rarely gets any more damning for a scientific field than what was just announced today. Namely, the study considered the most important/influential in maintaining scientific support for the central dogma of dementia research - the beta-amyloid hypothesis of Alzheimer Disease (AD) - was not...
  9. Mito

    Children Should Not Be Forced To Wear Masks Due To CO2 Levels, New Study Suggests
  10. P

    Full Access to MRNA Text

    Just wondering if anyone has access to the full study titled "Be aware of SARS-CoV-2 spike protein: There is more than meets the eye" abstract here: Be aware of SARS-CoV-2 spike protein: There is more than meets the eye - PubMed I would like to read it, my family is putting a lot of pressure on...
  11. U

    Progesterone use in pregnancy causes homosexuality?

    I am starting to doubt progesterone supplementing in pregnancy since I know someone who took natural progesterone and it made her spot during early pregnancy. This study claims that adults whose mothers took progesterone in pregnancy are more likely to be gay or bisexual. I was under the...
  12. haidut

    MIT Study: Social distancing, occupancy limits likely useless

    As you can imagine, this study is generating quite a bit of "controversy" in MSM, which is just a euphemism for "exposing fraud". As the very elaborate MIT study demonstrates beyond reasonable doubt, whether one keeps a distance of 6 or 60 feet does not much matter. The risk of viral...
  13. Kykeon

    Rat smarter with pullover / rat hats

    Hello friends of metabolic health Georgi @haidut mentions a study in a danny roddy podcast (iirc) that rats with beanies or a sweater are more intelligent/ solve a rat labyrinth faster. I am now searching this for like a week, and i can not find it. IF PLEASE SOMEONE CAN TELL ME WHERE I CAN...
  14. Lokzo

    COVID‐19 pneumonia causes lower testosterone levels - PUBMED 2020

    COVID‐19 pneumonia causes lower testosterone levels To evaluate the testicular damage caused by COVID‐19, we prospectively evaluated 44 patients who applied to the COVID‐19 outpatient clinic between March 2020 and July 2020. Patients' ages, COVID‐19 PCR results, presence of pneumonia, total...
  15. haidut

    Lab Animals Kept Under Stressful Conditions, Thus Affecting Study Results

    Several months ago, I did a post on just how stressful the IP administration method is for lab animals. That method is considered the de-facto standard for steroid studies, yet it appears it is so stressful that it can easily produce invalid results due to the its strong effects on the HPA axis...
  16. MetabolicTrash

    Tetracyclines, ROS & Light-driven Antibiotics Approach (antimicrobial Photodynamic Inactivation)

    Has anyone read/looked over this article? I've never heard of/knew this was possible until recently. Tetracyclines function as dual-action light-activated antibiotics (in vitro/incubated cells) I'll bold/quote some of the parts I thought were interesting, assuming this hasn't been...
  17. M

    The Varicocele: Elevated Serotonin And Infertility (1980)

    In trying to get a better understanding of varicocele, I somehow missed this study from 1980 which specifically implicates elevated serotonin in both varicocele and impaired fertility (albeit this was observed in canines, not humans). I was surprised and pleased to find the following bold...
  18. S.Seneff

    The Effects Of Caffeine On Lipid And Mineral Content In The Serum Of Rats

    This study was conducted to investigate the effects of caffeine on lipid and mineral content in the serum of rats given a caffeine free diet(FC), a low caffeine diet(LC), a medium caffeine diet(MC), a high caffeine diet(HC) or a super-high caffeine diet(SHC) for 5 weeks. Thirty male...
  19. S.Seneff

    [Bouhhhhhh ! ] Sars-Cov 2 Is Airway HIV While lymphocytopenia is a common characteristic of patients infected by the novel severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), the mechanisms responsible for this depletion are unclear. Through careful...
  20. zarrin77

    Thiamine HCL May Increase Muscle Mass

    Interesting study with chickens where Thiamine HCL (at reasonable dosages) increased muscle mass more than clenbuterol. (chickens have been known to be insensitive to beta-agonists though, so that part makes sense.) Breast muscle weight increased while total body weight went slightly down.