Tag: FAO

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Restoring oxidative metabolism has curative effects on cancer (leukemia)

A great study, which directly demonstrates not only the OXPHOS deficiency characteristic of all “cancer” cells, but…

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Keto (low-carb) diet causes heart fibrosis, blocks mitochondrial biogenesis

The bad news for the low-carb / keto community keep piling on. There are a number of…

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Niacinamide may treat depression by improving energetic state

A very interesting study, sent to me by a collaborator who lives in Austria. It demonstrated that…

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Lipolysis / FFA drive breast cancer by promoting estrogen signalling

The evidence for the fat-loving nature of cancer just keeps on accumulating. During the last podcast with…

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Fatty acid oxidation (FAO) inhibition abrogates triple-negative breast cancer

The evidence for the role of excessive FAO in cancer keeps piling on. As many of my…

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Pulmonary hypertension (usually fatal) likely driven by increased fat oxidation (FAO)

Most of my medically inclined readers are familiar with the “mysterious” condition pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH). I…

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Burning more fat and less glucose leads to diabetes

I really hope the keto community and other low-carb diet afficionados are taking note of the stream…

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Increased fatty acid synthesis (FAS) is simply a sign of oxygen deficiency / low metabolism

Just a quick post on a study that provides insight as to how increased fatty acid oxidation…

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Acidosis (Warburg Effect) drives cancer through increased fat oxidation (Randle Cycle)

The evidence continues to pile on that naming the (in)famous observation made by Otto Warburg in regards…

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Inhibiting fatty acid synthesis (FAS) dramatically improves sepsis survival rate

Yet another study that points the finger straight at fat as a key factor in one of…