Coffee, chocolate, and cigarettes.
Exploring inconvenient paradoxes in biology, psychology, and sociology
The Russian Weightlifting Library
Thanks Edward, Do you check your email sometimes? I remember you from Ray Peat Forum and your advice regarding acne, you recommended potatoes. Would you...
George Henderson (@puddleg)
+1, Vanner. I find what works best is not eating starch daily, but favouring roots and legumes when I do, eating a little fruit and...
I just tried this today, got banned again for mentioning Ray Peat's mistakes on a few things. Someone needs to take that website down and...
Thanks Edward, I had no idea people soak white rice. Had always thought people simply rinse it and could never understand why I could never...
@Pizzagater, not exactly what I'm saying :) Again, it is best to make your own doesn't take long.
@Zach, the comment on smoking sounds fair and to my experience. It's individual not recommended but not not worth eliminating as an intervention if it...
@Zach, yes and no, all the fat I do eat is still mostly saturated aside from the occasional whole chicken, the glorious skin and all,...
@Maria, I used to follow Matt Stone back in the middle to late 2000's. Not sure what he has been up to lately. Thanks for...
@Maria, not sure how many calories I eat, don't track.
@Shane, it seems most Asian cultures do this, not sure about brown rice, since that is fairly "new" in the past 100 years, but do...
@Matt, not per se but definitely notice starch depends on time, starch late, no no, sugar seems to be fine anytime. Large amounts of muscle...
Middle two (2) thousand (1000) and seventeen (17) update
The Apocalypse: Conquest
Witches and stews
The Ray Peat Forum is welcoming back banned members
There was a fork in the road, but I pulled it out and stabbed myself with it
Maybe our ancestors processed carbohydrate simply because they didn’t want a belly ache.
Below the butter: addendum
Below the butter: bread
Your ideas on nutrition are superstitious
Immunohistochemical methods: are they valid?
Food: Beef stew
The Will to Survive
Aside: Logic and stress
Energy and Structure: Protein
Saturated fatty acid diet prevents radiation-associated decline in intestinal uptake
Olypmic weightlifting, this is not a post on Olympic weightlifting
Fructose: aneurysms and atherosclerosis
Thyroid function and saturated fat
What do I eat (2014)?
Pastured verses standard dairy cream
Edward’s modified Congo Red special stain
Energy and Structure: What can RQ tell us?
The entrenched individual
Some thoughts on aspirin
Fructose and Endotoxin
Calcium to phosphorus ratio
What to eat?
Low phosphorus: What to do, what to do?
Energy and Structure: Phosphorus
Energy and Structure
I don’t know what to title this post: follow-up
I don’t know what to title this post
T3 and UCPs
Nicotine, BAT thermogenesis, UCPs
ApoE4: This is your brain on ApoE4
ApoE4: Combination of apolipoprotein E4 and high carbohydrate diet reduces hippocampal BDNF and arc levels and impairs memory in young mice
ApoE4: High carbohydrate diets and Alzheimer’s disease
Jan Kwasniewski: muscle cramps
Jan Kwasniewski: unsaturated fats
Cooking your food proper: soft-boiled eggs
Origin of mitochondria
Fermented dairy, lactic acid, and CLA: Dr. Peat’s thoughts on lactic acid bacteria
Fermented dairy, lactic acid, and CLA: a response to James
Fermented dairy, lactic acid, and CLA
Triiodothyronine-mediated up-regulation of UCP2 and UCP3 mRNA expression in human skeletal muscle without coordinated induction of mitochondrial respiratory chain genes
Low-dose radiation, n-butyrate, and fatty acid composition on the action of thyroid hormones
Bread and butter
Ketosis: tissue unsaturation
Lactate and the brain: the neonate
n-Butyrate enhances induction of thyroid hormone-responsive nuclear protein
Polyunsaturated fats: why are they harmful? Part 1
Conjugated linoleic acid protects against gliadin-induced depletion of intestinal defenses
Update: moving the blog to a different address
Lactate and the brain
Wistar rats allowed to self-select macronutrients from weaning to maturity choose a high-protein, high-lipid diet
Omnivorous wolves, spiders that play tether ball, worms instead of oranges, and yogurt and honey improve sleep
Features of a successful therapeutic fast of 382 days’ duration
Caffeine as an antioxidant: inhibition of lipid peroxidation induced by reactive oxygen species
Increased sugar uptake promotes oncogenesis via EPAC/RAP1 and O-GlcNAc pathways
No effect of 600 grams fruit and vegetables per day on oxidative DNA damage and repair in healthy nonsmokers
Effects of Coffee Consumption, Smoking, and Hormones on Risk for Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis
Ketones inhibit mitochondrial production of reactive oxygen species production following glutamate excitotoxicity by increasing NADH oxidation
Fatty liver induced by injection of l-tryptophan
Free, long-chain, polyunsaturated fatty acids reduce membrane electrical excitability in neonatal rat cardiac myocytes
Saturated free fatty acids, polyunsaturated free fatty acids
Targeting SOD1 reduces experimental non-small-cell lung cancer
Nicotine primarily suppresses lung Th2 but not goblet cell and muscle cell responses to allergens
Experiences at altitude: part 1
Experiences at altitude
Thyroid cancer was negatively associated with tobacco smoking
The complaints have been increasing and as administrator I have made the decision to close the doors of the forum to you
Inhibition of glutamate release via recovery of ATP levels accounts for a neuroprotective effect of aspirin in rat cortical neurons exposed to oxygen-glucose deprivation
Using typing speed and accuracy to measure brain function
Bleszynski’s human-to-primate social regression
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