One of the criticisms against Peat’s views that I most commonly hear is that his ideas on the pathogenicity of colon bacteria is plain wrong, and that having a vibrant microbiome is key to good health. I have been told by biologists that apparently the presence of a microbiome is the norm in mammals and, … Read more Bacteria in colon (microbiome) more exception than rule in nature
Over the last year I posted a number of studies demonstrating strong link between serotonin and chronic conditions such as obesity, insulin resistance, and even diabetes. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41366-018-0047-8 https://medicalxpress.com/news/2018-03-obesity-trigger-human-gut.html However, when those studies came out the medical authorities immediately countered with the argument that it is not serotonin that is the culprit but changes in the … Read more Gut serotonin (due to bacteria) is the master regulator of metabolism, insulin sensitivity, and weight
As Peat has written many times, there is truly no such thing as “beneficial” gut bacteria as long as they are capable of producing endotoxin (LPS). And since most bacterial species known to colonize the gut can produce LPS when exposed to undigested food or mechanical stimulation (stretching or even bouncing the intestine through, say, … Read more All gut bacteria is dangerous, their endotoxin drives liver cancer; antibiotics can cure.
The study shows that a daily dose of 4,000 IU – 8,000 IU vitamin D reduces cancer progression by up to 36%. The study had 2 phases, the first one used 4,000 IU vitamin D daily and the second one used 8,000 IU daily. Both phases reported robust benefits, and also noted something Peat has … Read more Vitamin D beneficial in advanced GI cancers