December 17, 2019 - One Radio Network

Discussion in 'Interviews' started by lampofred, Dec 17, 2019.

  1. postman

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    So what's the real level of fat content of masa harina you can buy? Without that knowledge this is relatively meaningless, unless you make your own masa harina, which I don't think a lot of people do.
     
  2. schultz

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    I am not sure. The label could be accurate. I guess the only way to know would be to ask the specific company that makes the flour how they process the corn and whether the nutritional information is based on the final product or not. I wonder if any of the fat left in the flour is saponified or not? I imagine though that you'd taste that in the flour. Or maybe not? Maybe it's too little to taste? Ray would probably know.

    Yah, really the best way is to make it yourself. You'd have to really love masa, or really love cooking. I enjoy both and have always wanted to try making it myself, but have not got around to it yet. Maybe I'll do it and post the process in a new thread, including measurements, timing and all that based on studies and optimal nutrition + workability of the dough. Should be fun! My kids will probably enjoy it too.
     
  3. Lynne

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    You've answered your question.
     
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    I assumed by 'good fats' you meant saturated fats, not things that contained PUFAs that were relatively high in saturated fats.
     
  5. Oraganic4me

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    I was really intrigued when Dr Peat said
    1. lower end hemoglobin score was best mine is 11
    2. Transferrin Saturation best below 30 mine is 37

    I was diagnosed Anemic however my Ferritin was high .. which I researched on my own and concluded I have anemia of chronic disease... after reading a few of you alls posts I learned to try turmeric.. I started taking turmeric for 1 year and my Ferritin dropped from 229 to today 149 just from turmeric mentioned here by someone can’t remember who maybe Burt Lancaster.. not sure but the thing they said is maybe turmeric helps with chronic illness because it chelates iron... great advice who ever you are ... you guys are amazing
     
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    Here is my non-expert take:

    The faster one breathes, the more one hyperventilates. Then, more oxygen is not delivered (used) to the tissues, the extra (and more) goes right out.
    Higher efficiency (e.g., as endurance) comes with higher CO2 content. Hence, Ray recommends baking soda to athletes specifically for higher endurance. One way to achieve higher CO2 is by slow (also bag) breathing, at lower altitudes.
    On the other hand, if one's metabolism is already high, then, indeed, bag breathing or "control" pause are not recommended.
    Under normal-health circumstances, anaerobic glycolysis, leading to a lactic acid build-up, comes from inability of muscles use oxygen (at a higher rate).
     
  7. pauljacob

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    Listening to Dr. Peat is like listening to a badly scratched old gramophone record with a blunt needle. After ten minutes I'm completely exhausted. Is there a transcript of this interview, or all of his interviews?
     
  8. Kartoffel

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    Yeah, you can get it here.
     
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    :thumbsdown:
     
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    If one is using up oxygen quickly because of high tissue oxygenation and high oxidative metabolism, he will need a faster replenishment of oxygen, and naturally his breathing rate will increase. This is not to be mistaken as hyperventilation.
     
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    I was also surprised to hear tortillas for a chosen food although I have listened to the KMUD episode where he explains the whole procedure of turning the corn into a nutritious food. . I have also desperately tried to find masa harina or ready made tortillas of quality but where I live is impossible , here tortillas are made from wheat flour and olive oil, instead I chose to eat my cheese with rice waffles which seem a more innocent choice than bread.

    I also remember Ray Peat saying in another interview that you can live solely on milk and eggs,

    Don’t forget that Patrick is just a promoter of supplements that I believe RP would consider junk , deer antlers supplement, really?? Hence the sarcastic attitude. Although, RP claims to be not authoritarian, science is and it is on RP’s side,

    Finally, in the end RP was not worn out, I have never heard him speaking so sweetly and giving wishes, I enjoyed that human note because it is very rare of him.
     
  12. Atman

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    Solitude is no burden for gifted men.
     
  13. Inaut

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    Such a good quote
     
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    By gifted do you mean able to perform autofellatio?
     
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    Solitude sucks.
     
  16. Ella

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    Too funny. :rofl
     
  17. Ella

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    Solitude is heaven - a time when missing pieces of your puzzle come together. Answers are fed to us in solitude. To find answers you must remove all the noise.

    Patrick is a worry. For all his flaws, I have come to like him and I think the simplicity of his questions helps to reach a wider audience who would be lost in the more "geeky" science.
     
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