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How to understand Ray Peat scientifically?

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If one wants to understand everything Ray Peat says in his articles about physiology, and all his arguments, what subjects does one need to master?

I suppose chemistry would be a start. Do you know what other subjects or books would be important to learn?
 

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Principles of Anatomy and Physiology by Gerald Tortora is a great and affordable book.
 

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Hormones for Dummies would be handy. :)

I said that in jest but googling on it found some useful information. I have no background at all in chemistry and biology.
 

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