Eating 1 lb of sugar daily has strikingly positive effects on (male) fertility

When I saw this news article pop up in my daily feed I immediately thought to myself “This study will never get covered by large mainstream news outlets”. And of course, the websites of CNN, Fox, ABC, CNBC, USA Today, etc have no trace of an article covering the study or even just the basic … Read more Eating 1 lb of sugar daily has strikingly positive effects on (male) fertility

Adopting Aristotle’s views resolves the “paradoxes” in quantum mechanics and consciousness

As it seems, the old Greek philosopher was right all along. Unfortunately, at some point in 1600 Western science abandoned its Aristotelian approach to reality and instead adopted the mechanistic, reductionist Cartesian view based on the ideas of René Descartes, whose own work he famously summed up as “Divide each difficulty into as many parts … Read more Adopting Aristotle’s views resolves the “paradoxes” in quantum mechanics and consciousness

Metabolic dysfunction is a primary cause of aging and its symptom Alzheimer Disease (AD)

As it seems, not all hope is lost when it comes to mainstream medicine. Just a few days ago I posted about a landmark human study with AD demonstrating that the a low daily dose of the cheap, unpatentable chemical methylene blue (MB) may stop AD. LSD may do the same, and both MB and … Read more Metabolic dysfunction is a primary cause of aging and its symptom Alzheimer Disease (AD)

In most cases, genes have less than 5% contribution to disease risk

Yet another study (published by geneticists who have a vested interest to come up with results that say otherwise) according to which for the vast majority of diseases genes explain at most 5% of the cause. So, worded differently, more than 95% of the risk of developing a particular disease is entirely environmental. Btw, those … Read more In most cases, genes have less than 5% contribution to disease risk

Long work hours (stress) at the office cause hypertension and CVD

Many of my readers surely are familiar with the saying “work hard, play hard”. This mantra is at the core of the psychotic work culture of most “developed” countries and despite the assurances of doctors and public health officials that bad health is largely due to “bad luck” (e.g. genes) the skyrocketing rates of cardiovascular … Read more Long work hours (stress) at the office cause hypertension and CVD

Blocking serotonin, adrenaline treats anxiety, brain damage due to alcohol “addiction”

Over the last 2 decades a large number of studies have come out demonstrating that the withdrawal symptoms in “addicts” are due largely due to elevated serotonin and adrenaline. As such, drugs such as cyproheptadine, clonidine, propranolol, etc have been successfully used off-label for treating withdrawal symptoms. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2178473 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6907020 https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/BF00421401 Now, a new study adds … Read more Blocking serotonin, adrenaline treats anxiety, brain damage due to alcohol “addiction”

LSD enters clinical trials for Alzheimer Disease (AD)

For the last 5+ decades, Big Pharma and public health officials together with the entire law enforcement apparatus have been propagating myths, lies and outright fraud in regards to psychedelic drugs and especially about LSD. This attitude grew out of the civil rights movement and protests in the 1960s. During that time period a number … Read more LSD enters clinical trials for Alzheimer Disease (AD)

Almost 40% of military women (and even more military males) are infertile

I think this study should dispel some of the myths about what being “fit” really means, and that being truly healthy or “fit” often are quite divergent paths. Infertility is actually one of the most reliable indicators of poor systemic health and predictor of future chronic disease (in both sexes). So, by that measure, almost … Read more Almost 40% of military women (and even more military males) are infertile

Half of Millennials and 75% of Gen Zers may be mentally ill

The bad news for the chronologically young just keep accumulating. About a week ago I posted another study demonstrating that, if current trends continue, Millenials will die earlier than their Gen X counterparts due to poor(er) health. That study was aggregate and included all sorts of reasons for declining life expectancy, including substance abuse, pharma … Read more Half of Millennials and 75% of Gen Zers may be mentally ill

A piece of plastic can learn through training, just like animals

The house of cards that is modern “science” continues to crumble, albeit slowly. Several years ago I made a post on the ability of an “inanimate” piece of matter (dough) to learn simple behaviors through repetitive training, akin to the widely publicized “Pavlov dog”. The dough study references an older one, performed in the 1950s … Read more A piece of plastic can learn through training, just like animals