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  1. haidut

    Enhanced Bioavailability And Tissue Effects Of Steroids Dissolved In Dmso

    As discussed in another thread related to DHEA, subcutaneous administration of steroids is considered the golden standard for bioavailability and systemic effects. That same study showed that topical application of DHEA dissolved in popylene glycol is only 33% as bioavailable as through...
  2. B

    136% increase in adipose LA in last 50 years

    http://advances.nutrition.org/content/6/6/660.abstract May not be new to yous guys and yous gals but I though I would share regardless.
  3. haidut

    Vitamin B6 deficiency promotes PUFA accumulation in tissues

    So, make sure you ingest enough vitamin B6 while working to deplete PUFA stores. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6481472 "...In -PN rats, phospholipid levels of linoleic and gamma-linolenic acids were increased, but arachidonic acid was decreased compared to controls in plasma, liver...
  4. burtlancast

    Brain and Tissue I and II , KWAI 1080, Source Nutritional Show, 2012

    Transcribed by Bskory. Download MP3: - Hour 1: http://uploadingit.com/file/view/uxp6vz ... 2_edit.mp3 - Hour 2: http://uploadingit.com/file/vfk6rlja1cb ... 2_edit.mp3
  5. haidut

    Thiamine (B1) may reduce PUFA content in cells

    The study was not on human cells, but it quotes several other studies showing similar effects so it would be interesting to dig more into this. Thiamine also reduced total lipid content, not just PUFA levels, which could be an added benefit. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/856287 "...The...
  6. J

    What percentage of Saturated Fat intake is stored?