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LSD and Metabolism

Mephisto

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full: http://www.erowid.org/references/refs_v ... artID=2155
They were in a catabolic state, weightloss (lowering metabolism) breaking down the thyroid tissue, stressful environment... giving them more sugar would have probably alleviated a lot of the issues.
Someone on the peatarian forums mentioned having schizophrenic symptoms though, so you might want to ask them about their experiences.
 

jaguar43

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jb4566 said:
What does everyone think about this: http://joe.endocrinology-journals.org/c ... 1.abstract

This concerns me as it seemingly goes against Ray Peat's Ideas.

I think what their referring to tsh, due to this study on bromocriptine. which is a stress hormone according to ray peat

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9228467

Yes it does lower gonadal function but it only refer to lh and fsh which ray peat advocates as a stress hormone. It can probably raise t levels by lowering prolactin
 

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