Cyproheptadine (12mg daily) cures patient’s metastatic liver cancer in just 2 weeks

A truly shocking case study, which demonstrates once again how even terminal disease are often curable with cheap, safe, and widely available compounds that have long ago been written off as “obsolete” by mainstream medicine. More importantly, the case study highlights the core role metabolism and major metabolic modulators such as serotonin (5-HT) play in … Read more

Stem cells availability, and their differentiation, depend on metabolism

Once again, the master controller role metabolism plays in human life is revealed in yet another experiment. The study below demonstrated that the degree of cell “stemness”, as well as its differentiation into a specific organ/tissue depends entirely on the metabolic rate of the cell, and thus can be easily/simply modulated based on health needs. … Read more

Vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol), unlike D3 (cholecalciferol), ineffective for immune health

A very important study, with huge ramifications, considering most people taking prescription vitamin D are consuming vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol) as that is the only FDA-approved vitamin D variety available for oral use. The widely available OTC variety vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) is not FDA-approved and doctors rarely prescribe it to their patients out of litigation fears. … Read more

Eating vegetables does nothing to protect against heart disease

The bad news for vegans keep piling on. Yesterday, I posted about meat-eating extending lifespan, unlike eating vegetables. In corroboration of the latter, the study below now claims that eating vegetables does nothing good for the heart. Now, I don’t endorse completely shunning vegetables, however, the vegan lifestyle the goons over at WEF have in … Read more

PUFA cause obesity, diabetes, autism, Alzheimer’s disease, anxiety, and depression

The title is an actual quote from the article, so there is no editorializing on my part and it speaks volumes about how the authors feel about their findings. In addition, opposite effects were found for saturated fats, in this case coconut oil, which leads the authors to once again remind everybody that the medical … Read more

Even briefly elevated lactate is a “master” cause of chronic diseases

The title of the post actually does not do justice to how strongly the study authors word their statements in regards to lactate. The lead study author called lactate “a master regulator of carcinogenesis” (with “regulator” being a euphemism for “cause”, otherwise the study won’t get published), while the rest of the study goes to … Read more

Age-related steroid deficiency may be treatable with niacinamide

The study is actually about eye health, and the effects androgens play in it. However, the findings are not limited to the eyes and are in fact applicable for any other tissue/organ experiencing a decline in steroidogenesis with advancing age, which is basically all of them. As such, I am posting this study not so … Read more

Alzheimer’s Severity Tied to Longer Estrogen Exposure in Women

A neat study, which somehow managed to slip through my “radar” when it was first published the middle of last (2021) year. The study is pretty straighforward in its claim that longer exposure to endogenous estrogen was associated with exacerbated/higher biomarkers of Alzheimer disease (AD), as well as lower glucose metabolism and smaller brain volume … Read more

Eating meat extends human life expectancy

Another study challenging the vegan dogma relentlessly promoted by mainstream media under the aegis of World Economic Forum (WEF) members and other similarly microcephalic goons. As the study says, other studies that found benefits in eating vegan diets have failed to account for the so-called socioeconomic factor – i.e. that educated, well-paid people in developed … Read more

Endurance exercise is bad for dental/oral health

It is common knowledge among dentists that athletes often have poor teeth. However, there aren’t that many studies on the subject and most of this knowledge is considered anecdotal, so the question of whether some types of exercise are actually detrimental for dental health is not even asked officially out of fear that it would … Read more