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  1. RealNeat

    Ray Peat Interview My 2nd podcast episode with Ray (recorded 10/29) released today.

    It was awesome having Ray on again. He was a big inspiration for me even starting the podcast, I really want to help people become exposed to his information especially in our current state of affairs. This was truly a podcast marathon, lots of rabbit holes, questions and interesting insights...
  2. C

    Liquid Alternatives

    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...
  3. lvysaur

    Guy Sees His RBCs Under Microscope After Coffee

    His blood forms a rouleaux stack after coffee, and it starts to look better after he drinks water and "kangen" water. Though the latter could simply be due to the increased time passing after the coffee.
  4. haidut

    The Case For Water Fluoridation May Be Nothing But A Corporate Plot

    When the mighty "trend-setter of the masses" (as The Atlantic magazine is known in the journalism industry) publishes an extensive article exposing the fraud and lack of evidence of benefit in regards to water fluoridation, you know that a scandal is brewing. The Atlantic has been in bed with...
  5. haidut

    The "safe" Levels Of Thyroid Inhibitor In Tap Water Much Lower Than Previously Thought

    Yet another study demonstrating that tap water may be quite unsafe to drink, and that yet another one of EPA/FDA regulations on "safe" levels of a potent thyroid-inhibiting contaminant in drinking water are nothing more than wishful thinking. Namely, the study below claims that the levels of...
  6. haidut

    Drinking Fluoridated Water During Pregnancy May Lower IQ (in Sons)

    Another study (the most comprehensive to date) that finds a strong link between pre-natal exposure to fluoride in drinking water and lower intelligence in the offspring. As the article aptly notes, the benefits of fluoride were never proven before it was introduced in drinking water throughout...
  7. LLight

    Water Structure, Osmolytes And Cancer

    Hello, Please find below the summary of a theory about cancer which I find quite interesting :blush: Unmasking the secrets of cancer: water type A non-structured promotes carcinogenesis and water type B structured restores the physiology and cellular bioenergetics transforming cancerous cells...
  8. P

    Aging As A Consequence Of Intracellular Water Volume And Density

    Aging as a consequence of intracellular water volume and density - ScienceDirect Aging as a consequence of intracellular water volume and density Author links open overlay panelDiegoBonattoaBruno CésarFeltesbJoice de FariaPolonib RedirectingGet rights and content Open Access funded by...
  9. haidut

    Life's First Molecule Was A Protein, Not DNA Or RNA

    I posted a few studied in the past that argued for the primal role of RNA (and not DNA) in evolution. Not The "selfish Gene"(DNA), But RNA Be The Driver Of Evolution The geneticists like to claim that DNA still rules supreme because it was the primordial molecule that started life and its...
  10. haidut

    Even Wikipedia Says That Water Inside The Organism Has Structure

    Peat and Ling have written at length about the effects of various substances on water structure both inside and outside the cell and how that affects tissue oxygenation and metabolism. However, the idea is considered heretical in scientific circles. I have a few friends who are doctors or work...
  11. haidut

    In Defense Of Gilbert Ling - Ion Pumps Not Needed To Explain Cell Physiology

    The purported existence of pumps is the official reason why Gilbert Ling's AI hypothesis was removed from Wikipedia. I posted a few days ago about the "newly" discovered role of ATP as a protein hydrotrope and co-solvent - something Ling postulated back in the 1950s. Gilbert Ling's Theory...
  12. haidut

    New State Of Water Discovered

    I don't think this is what G. Pollack has written about, but it is still pretty interesting to see advances in understanding a substance that is so central to life. Scientists Claim to See a "New State" of Water
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    It’s Not Liquid, It’s Water (Gerald Pollack Interview)

    Interesting interview of Gerald Pollack (Cells, Gels) on, of all places, Bulletproof (famous for its butter coffee). Gerald Pollack - It's Not Liquid, It's Water: #304 Some advice on water.
  14. S

    Distilled Water

    Drinking distilled water is one way to avoid the fluoride in tap water. However, Mercola and others say that drinking distilled water brings early death. Other sources seem to be saying that there's no problem as long as you're getting enough magnesium and calcium. Has Peat spoken about...
  15. Blinkyrocket

    Studies on over drinking water

    I'm currently in a heated debate over water drinking and have been presented with this: Boschmann, M. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, December 2003; vol. 88: pp. 6015-6019. Leslie Bonci, MPH, RD,spokeswoman, American Dietetic Association; director, sports nutrition, University...
  16. haidut

    The Cell Is Not A Bag Of Water, It Is An Elastic Gel

    I have been noticing for some time that modern science has been warming up to many of the ideas Peat has been writing about. This latest study coming from Harvard (the bastion of dogma) shows that the model of the cell as bag of randomly moving water is slowly coming to an end. The old model is...
  17. Adnada

    Water Filtration

    Hello All! It is time to replace my Berkey Water Filter. I have been happy with it, and was thinking of replacing my plastic one with the stainless steel version. Any input or suggestions for countertop water filters? I would like a similar style to the Berkey (sits on counter, not hooked up...
  18. Bluebell

    How much water do you drink? (made into tea, coffee etc)

    I aim not to drink water, instead I prefer salted juice or milk. Looking at my cronometer record, though, I find I drink about 1000ml (4 cups) of water per day made into tea. I guess this volume of water is not a good thing, right? Should I make milk tea by stewing the bag in hot milk, or...
  19. D

    is rose water ok?

    Ive found a couple of lamb shank stews recipes that seem nice. Its mainly from the turkish world of recipes,they use dried fruits,fruit and honey in their stews but a lot of those recipes also require roses water or orange blossom water. So,i was wondering. If these are considered bad as well,bc...
  20. P

    Carbonated / Mineral Water

    Just wondering if Peat has ever given any advice regarding mineral and/or carbonated water. Some mineral waters are high in calcium and magnesium, and bicarbonate...I didn't know if they are absorbable, studies I've read on the internet seem to say so at least to some degree. Also, is the Co2 in...
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