OneradioNetwork- October 15th 2019 - Ray Peat Interview

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  1. Inaut

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    Sugar is not the villain that has been sold to us over the years. In early medicine sugar was used to cure Diabetes.

    Dr. Peat has been researching the effects of retaining C0 2 and in the past administering CO 2 to the ill

    He walks us through the role of Serotonin, Prolactin, lactic acid and oxygen

    Low thyroid is a familiar meme when ever we talk to Dr. Peat, as it comes up as the suspect often for many health challenges

    Those finger gadgets telling us the percent of oxygen saturation do not really tell us much

    Organic Beet Sugar is a good choice, especially from beets grown in the upper West, with low deuterium water

    Sugar does suppress the breakdown of fat

    Dr. Peat tells us stressing muscles in a concentric motion builds and releasing slowing the opposite direction tears muscles

    Dr. Peat used to sometimes take 5-10 mcg of T3 Thyroid to promote sleep

    He has known cases where 25 mg of DHEA caused distress in those who consumed it

    Dr. Peat said he took 3-4 thousand units of Pregnenolone with no side effects

    Some of the many, many emails:

    Dr. Peat is a big fan of milk, including low-fat milk. Does Dr. Peat drink milk with added vitamins, and if so, does he have any concern with the vitamins and/or emulsifiers used? Is there a specific brand or manufacturer that he trusts?

    Followup question: Does Dr. Peat drink homogenized milk, or some type that is non-homogenized and perhaps low-temp pasteurized?

    From the 1930s through to a peak in the 1970s, many bodybuilders have taken large amounts of desiccated liver tablets to reportedly boost their ability to exercise and build muscle. Does Mr. Peat think there is a possibility of the large amounts of heme iron found in liver becoming a problem of iron toxicity for athletes using high doses of desiccated liver supplements, or is that form of iron less likely to cause inflammatory issues and relatively safe to use?

    Along with a diet and lifestyle that actively reduce serotonin levels, are there any foods and supplements that people experiencing a sharp deficiency of dopamine can use to safely restore the body’s healthy levels?

    What effect does increasing thyroid have on testosterone, and vice versa, the effect of increasing testosterone on thyroid levels. Also, the relative amount of increase someone might expect to see, and any difference in men and women.

    What does Dr. Peat recommend for corns and calluses?

    How do we take the edge off Learned Helplessness?

    Can Dr Peat comment on how hydrogen works with the oxygen and co2?
    How does hydrogen affect the thyroid?

    Some sources advise wearing a hat to keep the head warm to slow aging. Anything to this?

    What does Dr. Peat think is a good way to improve libido in men and women after the age of 40? (Is taking DHA, Progesterone, Pregnenalone a good approach)

    Dr Peat doesn’t get mucous?

    Doesn’t sugar rip arterial walls which cholesterol then patches?

    I often get Optic Migraines… I think that is what they are called
    where the vision gets like a wavy under water, or a wavy mirror like the ones in a circus.
    I have been trying to figure out what causes them They often go away after about 3 10 minutes.



    Dr. Ray Peat - A Plethora of Wide Ranging Questions for The Good Doctor - October 15, 2019 - One Radio Network
     
  2. lampofred

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    I looked for this an hour ago but couldn't find it???
     
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    Aaaah yeeeeh.
     
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    Thank you for the reminder.
     
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    Milk and orange juice are good sources of deuterium depleted water supposedly :) Plus 2
     
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    his take on added vitamins in milk is quite interesting, taking that much vitamin A and D supplements consistently (given ones drinking 2-3 quarts a day) still seems too risky in my opinion, but it’s certainly comforting that one can get away with it relatively fine. of course, he has the added benefit of thyroid supplement and a variety of other hormones to protect the body so we can’t exactly use him as a prime example.
     
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    That's a translation and it may sound pejorative, but Patrício has youthful manners that make it difficult for the interviewee not to feel comfortable and special with him.
    - Innate talents: Reality or myth?

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    Unrelated. One part of their discussion reminded me of this..
     
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    If you stretch muscle with load you damage mitocontria. But it will heal right? Building a training routine with just concentric exercises is tricky....
     
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    Using HbA1C as a marker for PUFA breakdown product content in the blood as Dr. Peat mentioned is a very interesting idea.

    The breakdown products of PUFA are much more likely to induce advanced glycation endproducts than actual blood sugar is, so HbA1C being a marker of glycation of red blood cells would make it an interesting target for determining PUFA content of blood over the past few months.

    This is an easily measured and relatively standard blood test done by almost all doctors, especially for the older age groups.
     
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