by ChasingGoodandEvil at 05-07-2016, 07:11 PM
Havesome contributions to make from ray pat email. Seems kind o lersonal to post but i pomksed that if i wass given his email address, i would share the correspondence, and ofcourse now i cant nor want to post on raypeatforum. I think ray doesnt get very personal with his emails, just wants the info out there, so i'd be happy to share.
by ChasingGoodandEvil at 05-06-2016, 11:57 PM
I hate tv and media, i don't understand how anyone can be so retarded to trust anything these bitches say. You can practically see their labias! I don't trust any journalist, especially who spread their legs to announce the news.
by flipflop at 05-02-2016, 09:19 PM
Hi There,

I seem to be running on adrenaline pretty constantly.. 
Recently I tried pushing up my calories because I think i've pretty much under eaten most of my life due to severe stress.. About a year ago I had an intense period of stress that messed me up so bad that I now have had sleep issues for a year.. I've been taking cypro for the past 9 months at 4-8 mg a day.. I've had chronic fatigue issues for 20 years and i think this may have been due to undereating.. 
Since pushing my calories up I've increased my fat consumption and my adrenaline seems to have gotten worse..
I jut started taking NDT today to see if it will help bring my adrenaline down. Cortisol doesn't seem to rise as much as adrenaline but that might be due to having had high cortisol all my life?

I'm currently eating around 450 gms of carbs a day from roots, white rice, fruit and sugar.
I also seem to have a resting tremor which I only notice when I lie down , possibly form cortisol.. My sleep is a nightmare .. I can;t fall asleep without ambien..

I'm getting a little sick of this.. I have not had too many blood tests.. but the ones I did have showed low ferritin, high cholesterol, low copper, low ceruloplasm, TSH was around 2.3 ..Platelet count was low. I think many of these numbers are a reflection of someone starving but the otehr thing i seem to have now is no appetite so I have to literally force myself to eat . It's all very challenging.. If anyone has any suggestions I'm all ears 

my daily food intake looks around 3000 cals if I can get it in me. Made up of mostly peaty foods.. I did try eating some wheat in order to try and get more variety a few weeks ago but ended up feeling really depressed so I cut it back out ..

Thank you
by Arborescence at 04-27-2016, 02:16 AM
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by Sea at 04-27-2016, 01:40 AM
Candy is an important food for metabolism since it is shelf stable, compact, and easily transported. I will update this post with candies that are found to have ingredients favorable for metabolism. If you know of such candies, please post them here.

Hard Candies:

Gummy Candies:
[Image: Gold-Bears_NEW_0_0_180_355_7701.png] Haribo Gold-Bears, ingredients: Corn Syrup, Sugar, Gelatin, Dextrose, Citric Acid, Corn Starch, Artificial and Natural Flavors, Fractionated Coconut Oil, Carnauba Wax, Beeswax Coating, Artificial Colors: Yellow No. 5, Red No. 40, Blue No. 1.

Chocolate Products:

[Image: 1509_Theo_ClassicBars_45Milk_Web_CL_%402x.jpg]  Organic Theo Milk Chocolate, ingredients: Cane Sugar, Cocoa Beans, Cocoa Butter, Milk Powder, Ground Vanilla Bean
by Sea at 04-27-2016, 12:05 AM
Review products or make recommendations from a metabolic point of view.
by Sea at 04-27-2016, 12:04 AM
Review products or make recommendations from a metabolic point of view.
by Sea at 04-26-2016, 02:58 AM
"-Tesla was a vegetarian, but eventually limited himself to a peculiar diet of only milk, honey, bread and vegetable juices, according to Marc Seifer, author of "Wizard: The Life and Times of Nikola Tesla," (Citadel Press, 1996). Later in life, he was consumed by an extreme aversion to germs, and would only eat food that had been boiled, reported PBS. (http://www.livescience.com/46720-nikola-...rsary.html)
by Sea at 04-26-2016, 02:52 AM
"Chemical analysis of the bones of ancient Sudanese Nubians who lived nearly 2000 years ago shows they were ingesting the antibiotic tetracycline on a regular basis, likely from a special brew of beer. The find is the strongest yet that antibiotics were previously discovered by humans before Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin in 1928." (http://www.wired.com/2010/09/antibiotic-beer/)
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