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I live in a hot and humid climate and I feel a strong urge to drink fluids throughout the day. Since I started peating (I have been consuming a lot more salt than before), I started to feel less desire to drink liquids throughout the day, I stopped drinking pure water, nowadays I only drink...
I've started to ask why the deaths/million population of different countries vary so much. From www.worldmeter.info I get a sampling of countries and these are what I got:
East Asia/Southeast Asia:
S. Korea 6
Japan 0 8
In terms of Peat friendly foods, tea has always seemed to be a problematic one that is worshipped in the world of natural health, but according to Peat values looks to have a bunch of negatives such as fluoride and estrogenic flavanoids.
But what about Pu -erh tea? Which is basically a...
This study was done on postmenopausal Chinese women on black and green tea and it showed that the black tea drinkers had to highest Androstenedione also the highest estrone and estradiol depending on comt genotype.
Some people dismiss black tea due to estrogen concerns but it also increases...
L-theanine is unique amino acid which readily crosses blood brain barrier and possesses neuroprotective potential against neurodegenerative disorders including Huntington disease (HD). HD is characterized by selective loss of GABAergic medium spiny...