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Pyrucet - Liquid (ethyl) Pyruvate/Aceatoacetate Mix

Discussion in 'IdeaLabs' started by haidut, Jan 30, 2019.

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    Over the last 5 years, whenever I've tried going low fat I haven't been able to make it work.

    Does the mechanism of action with this supplement increase the likelihood that the body can utilize glucose and find reduction in fat intake as the cells can accept sugar better?
     
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    Tony Robbins Burns a Staggering Number of Calories During Live Events. I Tried His Fitness and Diet Routine to Find Out How

    "Tests show that on a typical event day Tony burns approximately 11,300 calories. (Think running two marathons.)"

    "And his lactic acid levels are staggeringly high.

    During exercise, lactic acid naturally builds up faster than it can be burned off and causes levels to increase. For example, a blood lactate concentration of 4.0 is typical for people who run hard enough to feel out of breath.

    Tony? His lactate measured 14.1."
     
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    To the contrary, considering how many studies found a protective effect and the fact that it raises the NAD/NADH ratio (which is crucial for metabolizing ethanol) I would actually use it a few hours before the planned drinking.
     
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    haidut

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    That's what the available evidence for EP and EC shows.
     
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    Can the mods change the study-references to text-versions?
     
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    Wow, that would turn out well.../s
     
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    I thought it did that automatically over time but I guess not.
    @charlie
     
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    @haidut, the system can only do so many at a time. So you have to go click "edit", and then "save changes" and cycle through that a few times till it finishes. I went ahead and took care of it. :hattip
     
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    Thank you! I will do the repeated editing next time. Did not know editing made the system continue fetching. I thought it just processes some and then stops for good when it reaches a limit on a number of links or something.
     
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    EA has impressive neuroprotection effects it seems .... And the sheer amount of potential uses / positive physiological modulations of EP is astonishing.
    EA is naturally found in coffee by the way, thhough in miniscule amounts I guess.
    Both are also flavouring agents.
     
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    Studies also show that Pyruvate can activate stem cells in the scalp for hair growth. studies done a UCLA I think.
     
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    I read it’s by blocking pyruvate and forcing mitos to produce lactate which in turn activated quiscent stem cells.
     
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    oh, ok , thanks
     
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    Ordered. If nothing else at least my green onions can finally get the vaporising they richly deserve :D
     
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    Coming back and back to fly over the referenced publications.
    EP ... why is it not yet part of a acute subcranial hemorrhage treatment-Protocol? The murine studies are impressive on that issue.
     
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    Fully agree. The amount of studies and the diversity of issues EP can apparently address is astounding. But the same is true of aspirin and instead of embracing it the medical industry still parrots that "aspirin risks outweigh the benefits for most people".
    Like, are you f-ing kidding me!?? But such is the world we live in...
     
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    I guess FAOfew and Ethel-tuMorban were already trademarked ? :^P
     
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    Congrats on another interesting release!
    My history of IBD 20 years ago always has me interested in that topic. Turns out Ethyl Ester has a very important role as anti-irritable bowel disease. Apologies if this was already posted, a couple just scratching the surface:
    Anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects of ethyl pyruvate on colitis: In a rat model.
    "Pyruvate is an important metabolic derivative and an important scavenger of reactive oxygen radicals and hydrogen peroxide. It induces anti-inflammatory effects through NF-κβ inhibition."
    They actually also go on to mention how the Ester form is key for solutions:
    "As pyruvate is not stable in aqueous solutions, its aliphatic ester EP has been utilized in many studies, and has also been shown to exert antiinflammatory effects."

    Ethyl pyruvate decreases HMGB1 release and ameliorates murine colitis
     
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    Thanks. Yes, I think we have those in the list but it never hurts to highlight interesting parts because frankly I doubt people will meticulously go one by one through all 100+ studies listed as references.
    Yeah, both EP and EA seem quite promising as anti-inflammatory agents. They also combine quite well with MB, not only for metabolic boost but for inflammation too.
    Methylene Blue Is A Potent Anti-inflammatory, With Possibly The Broadest Spectrum
     
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    Really excited to start reading people's reports on it.
     
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