Red is especially beneficial for men, and blue for women. William & Ellen Hartley ("Light and Your Health," Popular Science, Feb. 1969) wrote ... "Chinchilla growers have found that under bluish light almost all offspring are female. Litters produced by animals under pink light are predominant... Read More
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Heartburn has very little to do with the PRODUCTION of stomach acid. It has much more to do with its DISTRIBUTION. Enzymes don't matter either. <> It's not even heartburn — it's gullet-burn. Gullet-burn is provoked — not necessarily caused — by swollen organs pushing the stomach... Read More
Ray Peat (" Unsaturated fatty acids: Nutritionally essential, or toxic?," 2006-2016) wrote ... "With aging, the highly peroxidizable fatty acids, arachidonic and docosahexaenoic acid, increase greatly in a variety of tissues, and lipid peroxidation increases with aging." Then why does Mainstre... Read More
Most ophthalmologists know about the dangers of blue light, and they know it can't damage the eye without lipofuscin. Almost all ophthalmologists know lipofuscin formation depends on polyunsaturated fatty acids — omega-3 oils (DHA, EPA, ALA, etc.). No lipofuscin, no age spots — including t... Read More
No food is "good" or "bad" until it's placed it context. Let's take an onion, a food the U.S. Army used to neutralize anthrax during World War II. But onion doesn't just poison anthrax —it poisons cats and dogs, causing hemolytic anemia. It's called onion toxicosis. Onions lengthen blo... Read More