Achilles heel of cancer discovered – its lack of CO2

Several years ago I posted about a study demonstrating that an Achilles heel of cancer had been found – i.e. its addiction to fat (not glucose, as doctors and media continue to mindlessly parrot). https://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/805681 As my readers know from my other posts and various podcasts, excessive fatty acid oxidation (FAO) translates into lower CO2 … Read more

Serotonin puts the brakes on libido, by lowering dopamine

Nothing really surprising, as far as Peatarians are concerned, in the findings of this study. I am only posting it here as it is one of the few that officially acknowledge that serotonergic drugs cause sexual dysfunction – i.e. something mainstream medicine has vehemently denied for decades. As such, it corroborates the approach of using … Read more

Vitamin D, reducing fat oxidation may treat lung fibrosis, COVID-19

Pulmonary fibrosis, regardless of etiology, is considered invariably a progressive and fatal disease. Despite this official story, behind the scenes several pharma companies are running clinical trials with several anti-fibrotic agents and the results so-far demonstrate that the condition is both preventable and treatable. The most advanced trial so far is the one run by … Read more

How lipolysis may damage organs such as the heart

It is well-known in endocrinology, and especially among doctors specializing in diabetes, that excessive lipolysis is highly detrimental not only for the overall progression of metabolic diseases like diabetes, but also for most of the organs of the patient. Lipolysis is known to be elevated in most obese people, and especially in people with diabetes. … Read more

Human study – vitamin B1 safe & effective for preventing & treating Alzheimer Disease (AD)

A remarkable study, that for some reason is not being covered by mainstream media. Considering 99% of the clinical trials for AD since 2000 have completely failed, this study should be front-page news for most mainstream outlets. I suspect mainstream media, being literally owned by the same interests that own Big Pharma, finds it too … Read more

Both “long” COVID-19 and CFS are likely caused by hypometabolism

A good study that examines the remarkable parallels between the so-called “long” COVID-19 (i.e. chronic display of symptoms associated with COVID-19) and the (in)famous chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). Namely, increases inflammation, excessive glycolysis, suppressed mitochondrial function and decreased synthesis of ATP. Despite all of these known signs of both pathologies, no study so-far (including the … Read more

Manufactured citric acid is a powerful inflammatory/allergy agent

I great study, which goes hand-in-hand with another one I recently posted about in regards to silica (ubiquitous in commercially sold food products/drinks). Namely, just as that other study found silica to be a potent inducer of the endotoxin/LPS receptor TLR4 even in minute amounts, this study below describes the powerful inflammatory effects of manufactured/citric … Read more

Aspirin reduces symptom severity, COVID-19 mortality by half

Another great result for aspirin, which I suspect will not see much mainstream media publicity and will probably get censored the moment it hits my Twitter feed:-) Be that as it may, at this point the evidence for available successful/effective treatments for COVID-19 becomes too big to ignore, which of course invalidates the legal rationale … Read more

Cellular “memory” of stress can be passed on for 50+ generations

There was a study that came out 2-3 years ago showing that when animals were exposed to a toxin, often the negative effects did not even manifest in the directly exposed organism but manifested in their offspring and were passed on for more than 14 generations. The study below now demonstrates that the effects of … Read more

Metabolically, children are different species compared to adults

A great study, which once again puts metabolism in the spotlight. Many studies have tried to discover the main biological differences between children and adults and so far none of them have discovered a “smoking gun”. At the same time, multiple studies have demonstrated that children are much more resilient to both infections and “adult” … Read more