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Re: random question
« Reply #75 on: April 08, 2012, 10:00:26 pm »
Thx.  I was reading a little more into your question. 

As far as my family.  Well, "a prophet is not without honor except..."
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Re: random question
« Reply #76 on: April 09, 2012, 09:23:47 am »
Teeth
I have receding gums
I have no cavities though
I had braces
I want keep my teeth
http://www.oramd.com/

I'll try that product out, it has a 100% guareentee for 1 year and a 200% refund in 90 days
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I saw how toothpaste is bad here, I dont know a solution....I
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Re: random question
« Reply #77 on: April 09, 2012, 09:35:29 am »
Gotcha.  Don't know the answer for sure about the HCA's, although I don't think so.

I agree.
I asked my old med school biochemistry teacher for her opinion, she said:

You always ask interesting questions that I don't have easy answers to!  But, I can certainly tell you what I think.

There are studies over the past 25 years that show heterocyclic amines can be formed when muscle meat is cooked.  The amount of these compounds are dependent on cooking time and method.  It also appears that their formation requires creatine, which is a molecule found in muscle.  I have not found anything that indicates creatine is found in egg whites.  So, my expectation is that even though egg whites have a lot of protein, it is unlikely that they are generating amounts of heterocylic amines that are found in red meats cooked at high temperatures.  Also, I expect your cooking method is unlikely to generate the HCAs to any great extent because the cooking time is relatively short.

Heterocyclic amines will be biotransformed in the body to compounds that are more easily excreted.  From what I have looked at, most of these molecules are biotransformed by a cytochrome P450 enzyme (a phase I reaction), followed by phase II reactions that attach glucuronic acid (a sugar), sulfate or glutathione to the molecule.  Both phase I and phase II reactions make the molecule more water soluble, so that it can be excreted from the body more easily.  So, part of whether these molecules will be carcinogenic will depend on the efficiency of these enzymes.  There was a study done several years ago that looked at whether compounds in broccoli or brussel sprouts affected the biotransformation of one of these heterocyclic amines, PhIP.  These researches found that the biotransformation of PhIP to a non-toxic, excretable form was enhanced by compounds in the cruciferous vegatables.


So, my advice, for what it is worth is to

    Reduce your intake of meat cooked at high temperatures for a long time.  One way to do this is to choose other protein sources, such as the egg white you cook in the microwave.
    Eat a well-balanced diet with lots of fruits and vegetables.   
    Get plenty of exercise.


--so no, I dont think she knows,but leans toward saying no.

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Re: random question
« Reply #78 on: April 09, 2012, 09:48:41 am »
http://www.peaktestosterone.com/Toothpaste_Dangers.aspx
I saw how toothpaste is bad here, I dont know a solution....I

I haven't found a good solution yet either and feel somewhat caught between a rock and a hard place considering that oral health is so critical to heart health which is so critical to sexual health...
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Re: random question
« Reply #79 on: April 09, 2012, 11:22:40 am »
http://www.peaktestosterone.com/Toothpaste_Dangers.aspx
I saw how toothpaste is bad here, I dont know a solution....I

I haven't found a good solution yet either and feel somewhat caught between a rock and a hard place considering that oral health is so critical to heart health which is so critical to sexual health...

I am going to try out the oramd stuff I posted about. I am willing to send you a copy of the ebook that came with my order.I'll send it to your email now.  no rush, Im trying to share what I learn, even though its not much
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Re: random question
« Reply #80 on: April 12, 2012, 01:34:59 pm »
I bought some Tribulus, but I dont see how to use it on your site?
I forgot why I got it
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Re: random question
« Reply #81 on: April 12, 2012, 01:43:05 pm »
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« Reply #82 on: April 12, 2012, 02:26:13 pm »
You'll just have to try it to see if it helps.  It's very individual.  I've got a little information on it here:

http://www.peaktestosterone.com/Testosterone_Herbs.aspx
http://www.peaktestosterone.com/Male_Libido_Supplements.aspx
http://www.peaktestosterone.com/How-To-Increase-Testosterone-Naturally.aspx


Thanks, Peak.
There is a site you use(I think you have to pay to be a member) that tells you the best quality suppplements(Like CA , K, vit D, Omega 3)  what is that site?
I have gotten my macca, tribulus, GHW, got my pycnognol, my oraMD and my powders(citriliine), caco, DIM, all in glass containers and all I need to do now is lose about 45lbs, but otherwise feel great

I took some tribulus and maca and caco and  I had a question about the mental state that can affect test. levels
I dated a girl, she was beneath me, I was in medical school at the time, she was a meth user, she had a part time job, I didnt trust her, she had HepC....she constantly wanted me to take charge and bone her. and she seemed honest to an extent about her disease
she didnt want my help in fighting it, she feared tooth loss, even though I had studies that explained why tooth loss occurs(no saliva, etc) but I was with her about 9 months.....she was rarely supportive of me, considerng I had been in a coma, I have no friends to lean on anymore, I had made her life
its taken me 2 yrs to recover from her and in that 2 yrs I've gotten fatter, had few desirable sexual partners, 

have I caused permanent damage to myself?  or will I not know till I lose this fat Im carrying around?
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Re: random question
« Reply #83 on: April 13, 2012, 05:33:10 am »
You mentioned the coma.  There's another guy on this board who had brain surgery - can't even imagine what you guys have been through.

There's no guarantees in this life as they say, but you're young and you can almost for sure make a full recovery.  From what I've seen, if you do all the stuff you know you need to do (based on science, etc.), you can easily pull through this.

And let me point out something else important:  let's say you only recover 80% or 90%.  If you ramp up the exercise a little or perhaps take a few supplements, you'll probably find you can get back to where you were.

The important thing is this:  don't give up.  Everyone around you will be doing crazy stuff to their bodies and minds - let them do what they want.  But don't give into them.

And sorry to hear about your girlfriend.  I'll say the obvious:  you just gotta find the right woman...
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« Reply #84 on: April 19, 2012, 11:22:58 pm »
You mentioned the coma.  There's another guy on this board who had brain surgery - can't even imagine what you guys have been through.

There's no guarantees in this life as they say, but you're young and you can almost for sure make a full recovery.  From what I've seen, if you do all the stuff you know you need to do (based on science, etc.), you can easily pull through this.

And let me point out something else important:  let's say you only recover 80% or 90%.  If you ramp up the exercise a little or perhaps take a few supplements, you'll probably find you can get back to where you were.

The important thing is this:  don't give up.  Everyone around you will be doing crazy stuff to their bodies and minds - let them do what they want.  But don't give into them.

And sorry to hear about your girlfriend.  I'll say the obvious:  you just gotta find the right woman...

The coma and it's effects on me, mostly a brain stem injury....with means my autonomic system, breathing(dysarthria) is mostly affected...  wasnt the worst part, the worst part was it's affect on my social life,  all my medical school friends went on with their lives, so I am starting a new life, and not being able to talk right makes people look at you "differently"; which I am fully aware of because I am still on the right side of the bell curve, you think because I "stutter/bad breath support" that Im retared.
 my lastest question is about resveratrol

as I am losing fat, I've lost 25lbs since posting on here(yes, I self medicated using food, which is my drug of choice)
I bought some resveratrol  from purebulk and they recommend 250mg/dose
on the site you say use mega doses, I dont have the study Arch Pharm Res, 2008, 31(1):83-87, but how do you define mega doses?
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Re: random question
« Reply #85 on: April 20, 2012, 06:11:09 am »
Well, I greatly admire what you're doing - seriously - and keep up the good work.

There are many injustices in life and your example is yet another one of them.  We just don't give each other a fair shot most of the time and judge much too quickly. All I can say is "give 'em hell" and show everyone what you can do anyway.

Hopefully, you can find an understanding group of friends?

As far as resveratrol, it is truly miraculous.  Study after study shows just mind-boggling properties.  And that's what worries me a little.  It is SO powerful that I feel they don't fully understand it yet.  It seems to affect so many systems in the body. 

This is my bottom line with resveratrol:  let's see some mortality studies.  If it boosts mortality, then I may start taking it.  But right now it's too speculative imo.
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« Reply #86 on: April 20, 2012, 07:53:36 am »
Well, I greatly admire what you're doing - seriously - and keep up the good work.

There are many injustices in life and your example is yet another one of them.  We just don't give each other a fair shot most of the time and judge much too quickly. All I can say is "give 'em hell" and show everyone what you can do anyway.

Hopefully, you can find an understanding group of friends?

As far as resveratrol, it is truly miraculous.  Study after study shows just mind-boggling properties.  And that's what worries me a little.  It is SO powerful that I feel they don't fully understand it yet.  It seems to affect so many systems in the body. 

This is my bottom line with resveratrol:  let's see some mortality studies.  If it boosts mortality, then I may start taking it.  But right now it's too speculative imo.
I watched as my grandma went from a vibrant 60yo to a horrid state at 89, with full dementia.
she stopped being able to care for herself at 75, which meant 14 years of saddness
so my parents have nursing home insurance(from when it was cheaper than today) yet Id prefer to not endure that pain again
so Im not entirely sure what you are waiting on.

http://www.nutraingredients.com/news/ng.asp?n=63697

Resveratrol tackles Alzheimer's plaques, shows lab study

By Dominique Patton
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Re: random question
« Reply #87 on: April 20, 2012, 09:37:33 am »
Well, I greatly admire what you're doing - seriously - and keep up the good work.

There are many injustices in life and your example is yet another one of them.  We just don't give each other a fair shot most of the time and judge much too quickly. All I can say is "give 'em hell" and show everyone what you can do anyway.

Hopefully, you can find an understanding group of friends?

As far as resveratrol, it is truly miraculous.  Study after study shows just mind-boggling properties.  And that's what worries me a little.  It is SO powerful that I feel they don't fully understand it yet.  It seems to affect so many systems in the body. 

This is my bottom line with resveratrol:  let's see some mortality studies.  If it boosts mortality, then I may start taking it.  But right now it's too speculative imo.
so Im not entirely sure what you are waiting on.
Yes, I understand what you are saying.  However, this begs an important question:

Can Alzheimer's be prevented via other more tested methods than resveratrol?

My own two cents is that inflammation is the likely primary culprit behind Alzheimer's and, interestingly enough, resveratrol attacks inflammation:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15474976

For example, read this very interesting and recent article on how they shut off and turned on the beta amyloid accumulation via inflammation processes in a 2009 study:

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/07/090708181204.htm

So imo - and I admit I'm not a researcher - it is very likely that you can prevent Alzheimer's without taking resveratrol.  Now resveratrol may prove to be the Fountain of Youth, but I'd rather wait a few years and see how it shakes out. 

Of course, not everyone is going to agree on supplements, so I'm just stating how I see it for better or worse...

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Re: random question
« Reply #88 on: April 20, 2012, 11:09:38 pm »

Can Alzheimer's be prevented via other more tested methods than resveratrol?

My own two cents is that inflammation is the likely primary culprit behind Alzheimer's and, interestingly enough, resveratrol attacks inflammation:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15474976

For example, read this very interesting and recent article on how they shut off and turned on the beta amyloid accumulation via inflammation processes in a 2009 study:

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/07/090708181204.htm

So imo - and I admit I'm not a researcher - it is very likely that you can prevent Alzheimer's without taking resveratrol.  Now resveratrol may prove to be the Fountain of Youth, but I'd rather wait a few years and see how it shakes out. 

Of course, not everyone is going to agree on supplements, so I'm just stating how I see it for better or worse...
Peak,
First off, I want to thank you for making this site, again.
when I was in medical school, I was assigned clinic duties to help treat indigent patients.  I was just a student and I would question the doctor about we didnt do any preventive care?
 we would simple treat the disorder, not educate the patient and send them on their way.

Diabetic?  take more insulin, come back when your foot has to be removed, etc

This always bugged me, even when I was doing rehab for my TBI, there was no resource to use to fix me, I finally found a few places that had scientifcally proven what they do
http://www.centerformusictherapy.com/about
http://www.facebook.com/ReintegrativeHealth

Currently,   I have now found your site and I'm swamped with information, backed with science, how to get my youth back and I'm so very thankful.


I found stuff relating to Alzheimer

Reversal Of Alzheimer's Symptoms Within Minutes In Human Study
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/01/080109091102.htm
This new study highlights the importance of certain soluble proteins, called cytokines, in Alzheimer’s disease. The study focuses on one of these cytokines, tumor necrosis factor-alpha(TNF), a critical component of the brain’s immune system. Normally, TNF finely regulates the transmission of neural impulses in the brain. The authors hypothesized that elevated levels of TNF in Alzheimer’s disease interfere with this regulation. To reduce elevated TNF, the authors gave patients an injection of an anti-TNF therapeutic called etanercept. Excess TNF-alpha has been documented in the cerebrospinal fluid of patients with Alzheimer’s.

I agree that Alzheimer's can be avoided/treated with other ways not a supplement, either change in lifestyle eating or using your mind more.   I'm  not sure which, I know food is a huge drug and I'd like to think diet can lower inflammation.  Which I read on this site it can.

I hate eating broccoli, I an drink it..
 what blender can make broccoli into a liquid
I've been reading about how horrible meat is, you must understand I love meat, and May 2010. I did the Big Texan 72oz challenge(http://bigtexan.com/free72.html) but when I read how horrid saturated fat is and been shown to decrease blood flow and stiffen blood vessels.  I am a big eggwhite eater now.


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Re: random question
« Reply #89 on: April 20, 2012, 11:35:35 pm »
I have gone to a 98% all protein from eggwhites diet
I can only tell you this:  animal protein has some very positive AND some very negative qualities.  It is almost always a mistake to ignore or hide the research and such is the case with animal protein.  I eat between a half dozen and a dozen egg whites every day, but I know there are potential issues there
http://www.peaktestosterone.com/Inflammation.aspx
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what is the issue with what I bolded?
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Re: random question
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