by Tom at 03-21-2018, 01:30 AM
Hey to you all active people still on this forum. 

I've been registered on for a month now and happen to find this and found that most of you dislike haidut and curious as to why? I read up on the whole "Charlie" fiasco and he seems like a real douche, seen those power trips and all, but why all the hate for haidut? Is he in on the product promotion scam or something? Because it wouldn't seem right as other companies are there promoting as well, not as much but still present. I tried haidut's Engergin and it seems good, I get there's no CoAs, but those are expensive to obtain.

Honestly, the real guy committing fraud from what I see is that douche from forefronthealth, he really is a cunt and theif, so I can already tell his morals and character are bad.

Anyways just wondering what's happening here as I said, I'm new to the raypeat scene (coming from a long background in health in nutrition) and just 2 months ago I registered on Is it mostly to do with DMSO?
by sm1693 at 03-13-2018, 07:46 PM
June 28, 2011
BioMed Central
Synthetic collagen has a wide range of applications in reconstructive and cosmetic surgery and in the food industry. For proper function in animals a certain number of prolines within the protein need to be hydroxylated. Researchers report that for the first time the alpha 1 chain of type 1 collagen has been produced in maize with similar levels of proline hydroxylation to human collagen.
by sm1693 at 01-20-2018, 07:34 PM
I stumbled on this effect researching stuff and it seems very important for health, somehow:

Then I realized the implications for Tesla's "free energy" concept and apparently other people thought of the same thing:
by Jora at 01-07-2018, 03:33 AM
Vegetable/Seed oils have been around for millennia, and part of the human diet and traditional recipes for a long time, as have seeds

Where do you get adequate vitamin E from the diet except through seeds, seed oils, or whole grains? I found out whole grain bread is the highest source in the diet, same goes for magnesium! And the only way to actually get enough unless you go to extremes with certain specific foods. Most traditional breads incorporate seeds into them as well! As long as its cooked and properly prepared, most of these foods seem tried and tested, and fine. The high insoluble fibre has a low fermentation potential so actually works better potentially than carrot fibre for whatever purpose, the fibre of which comprises of pectin, highly fermentable, exactly the stuff OJ drinking intends to avoid! Not enough careful looking into the characteristics of different fibres is incorperated into Ray's conclusions about them. 

Anyways I'm on a tangent, so much has been learnt in my confirming and disconfirming of Peat ideas against others and experience, it wants out. But the question that brought me here today is that of oils and seeds, I see them in so many age old traditional recipes, which I'm finding funnily enough to work far better as a diet than most things I've tried. Whole grain bread with many grains and seeds "country bread" instead of white bread, it tastes better, digests better. If it digests poorer you may just need to adapt to it slowly, as with most fibres.

Sorry long winded...

Agrument I want to put forward:

Seed oils and PUFA can't be so fully to blame for any recent issues if they were ubiquitously in the diet for millenia, certainly in the centuries before the current. Even if it is to blame for recent decades issues because there is more of it in the diet, the justification for its extreme elimination is gone.
by ChasingGoodandEvil at 01-01-2018, 07:01 AM
Quote:I was reading in your m.s. article "But, in reality, the mere concentration of glucose and sodium in the blood (and of thyroid, and many other substances that aren't considered to be part of the immune system) can make a tremendous difference in the degree of "immunological" reaction". 
Do hypersensitivity rxns really occur as they were outlined in the 60s, viz. That IgE must attach to mast cells before they react, &etc, even though the textbook neglects these various factors  beyond their consciousness. In other words, is the system of hypersensitivity rxns merely a way to rationalize medical ignorance, having no truth whatsoever, or does it merely neglect the more important factors in deecribing immune reactions? I repost for posterity. Sorry to ask again, it's a question that gnaws at me. 

Ray: "The IgE reaction exists, and can be important, but it’s such a small part of the whole process of sensitivity reactions that it tends to mislead, causing maladaptive therapeutic approaches."
by sm1693 at 12-24-2017, 03:41 PM
“Monitoring of blood-sugar levels, insulin production, acid-base balance, and pancreatic bicarbonate and enzyme production before and after test exposures to potentially allergic substances reveals that the pancreas is the first organ to develop inhibited function from varied stresses."
-Brain Allergies: The Psychonutrient and Magnetic Connections

This is a very significant statement. I hadn't previously spent any time looking into the pancreas. If it mirrors someones initial symptoms in their fall into bad health, it definitely needs to be part of that persons recovery. 
by ventor3000 at 12-21-2017, 01:48 PM
I started taking MRM 50mg capsules of pregnenolone a few days ago. It feels good (although a little irritated first day, possible over simulation).  I have been trying to read on how/when/how much pregnenolone to take. The ideas of this varies a LOT. Some say never take more than 5mg a day, while other says that one could use hundres of milligrams without problems. The low-dose guys also seems to think tha pregnenolone should be cycled. For example 5 days on, 2 days off. Im totally confused! I cannot understand why it should be cycled, because I read somewhere that pregnenolone has not negative feedback loop, thus it will not disturb the bodys own production, correct?

So my questions are:
1) How much pregnenolone should one take? Can the optimal dose be found throug som bloodworks? (I cannot get prog.test, but I can get estrogen, testosterone, FSH and progesterone)
2) Is it necessary to cycle progesterone? Do the same cycling rules apply to low doses of DHEA in case I try that later on?
by Area-1255 at 12-18-2017, 06:05 PM
As much of what Peat talks about is in regards to Serotonin's role in Health & Metabolism - I thought I'd take the chance to share with you some "alternative" methods of serotonin removal. Now, we know that Serotonin Transporters are big part of the "recycling" process of Serotonin and thus, they should be deemed important to the concept of inhibiting serotonin and therefore restoring equilibrium to the body.

So here is my recent article on the subject : Natural/Herbal SERT (Serotonin Transporter) Activators/Increasers.

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This article has been requested for a few months now. However I wanted to make sure that based on user experience AND fair research that the methods mentioned herein are sufficient to carry out the biological action of SERT - or serotonin transporter activation.

The serotonin transporter is a Sodium/sodium-channel dependent protein who's goal as a "carrier" or transporter is to "recycle" or remove (more accurately) serotonin from the synapse; effectively rendering it inactive [1].

Individuals of White/Caucasian descent (mostly from Northern Europe) have a higher chance of having a "Short" serotonin transporter [2]. However, some regions such as Ireland and Scotland have more variability than say, Denmark or Sweden [3]. These individuals commonly have MORE serotonin in the Brain and higher emotional reactivity as well as higher amounts of Anxiety [4]. That is only IF they have the short-allele. It is worth noting however that in terms of overall mental health, at least in terms of Anxiety - one short and one long serotonin transporter might not be a big deal [5].

On the other hand, a "long" serotonin transporter promotes more serotonin clearance but ironically, and somewhat contrary to serotonin's known role in the Brain - creates LESS emotional reactivity [6].

Now one might ask - WHY would we want to ACTIVATE or create MORE serotonin transporters? The most common reason is as an alternative to or addition to a serotonin-antagonist/blocker cocktail and to restore normal emotional functions.

Let's go over the research now, shall we?
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1.) Berberine [!] - Berberine being no doubt the BEST option. It has been shown to (upon normal supplementation) activate the SERT (serotonin transporter) and to also, decrease post-synaptic serotonin activity [7].

2.) Evodiamine [!] - Evodiamine which can be bought in a tasty powder form as a product named White Flood (Classic) by controlled labs - has been shown IN HUMANSto activate the Serotonin transporter [8]. Some experiences on Longecity and other forums have accounted the detail of Evodiamine's aphrodisiac and mood-lifting effects.

3.) Forskolin [!] : Forskolin in humans and animals can increase Serotonin Transporters and activity; leading to decreased serotonin levels. This may be one of its many mechanisms which allow it to increase Testosterone levels in Men [9].

4.) Bacopa Monnieri Extract [!] : Considered a "noot" or nootropic (brain drug) - it is a natural extract with potent memory-improving abilities and relieves Depression and Anxiety. Activates SERT and user experiences express benefit from the supplement.

5.) Zinc (OptiZinc) [!] : Zinc is a major mineral found in nearly every cell andESPECIALLY abundant in the BRAIN - it activates SERT, inhibits the Dopamine transporter(enhancing dopamine) and has other beneficial activities at preserving brain function and improving emotions/libido to which is clearly related to serotonin function [10].


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by ChasingGoodandEvil at 12-17-2017, 01:26 AM
For all the forced vaccinations people endured, death rates from infectious disease in general skyrocketed shortly after, during the 1918 pandemic. I read this interesting series of articles from stanford, and evidently the infkuenza outbreak began in military camps, the first population that was forcibly vaccinated. Many from the time suspected that it was a german biological warfare agent. Influenza outbreaks followed old tradkng routesx so i thiught i might be mistaken about the forced vacfinations of 1901-1918 contributing to, or causing, the "spanish" flu epidemic. So i searched for histories of vacfinations globally, in those areas that also suffered from the 1918 pandemic. Here is what i found:

India was one of the worst-hit countries for flu. Forced vaccination began at the same time as in america, also for military troops, who were also the first sick patients in their outbreak.

Brazil was another hotspot, the standford publication said it because they were on the trade routes, but sure enough, they also had a forced vaccination program that was began at the same time.

Though the standford publication was interesting and had true facts, i find it amazing to this day the severity of the 1918 outbreaks is mysterious, and that these widespread, forced vaccinations weren't considered.
by farshad at 12-14-2017, 06:36 AM
Which one is better are they the same any difference?
Also is it possible I can take them orally like swallow would that still be effective since both are molecular serum? How much Progesterone would I be getting if I took 100mg? 
Also what is USP progesterone,  are they USP progesterone? is USP progesterone and bio identical Progesteone the same thing? What is synthetic progesterone?
what are these 2 made from? Are they derived from WILD YAM?
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