If I say burning fat, most people think of fat burners. Or they might think of sweat dripping, feet dragging, maximal exertion, exhaustive exercise where they’ll have to get up before the first rooster crows when everyone is still snuggling in bed, running for miles uphill, both ways, in the snow, backwards, twice…on an empty … Continue reading The only thing fat burners burn is your wallet
Salicylic acid and its derivatives/metabolites have so many benefits, yet many people have been fearmongered of some “side effects” that aspirin is thought to cause. In this article series I’m reviewing those side effects, look at the evidence and see if it’s real or not. I’ll be addressing: Intestinal bleeding and bleeding risk in general … Continue reading Is aspirin really harmful to the gut (bleeding risk)?
Fructose is the most evil monosaccharide there is according to most nutritionists out there. One of the main reasons why is because it’s thought to deplete ATP. Glucose is thought to enter a cell on an insulin-dependent mechanism (GLUT4), whereas fructose doesn’t require insulin to enter a cell (GLUT2 and GLUT5). Here’s what you’ll hear … Continue reading Fructose series part 1: fructose depletes ATP?
Elevated prolactin is such a common issue and it could be rather difficult to lower it or keep it low. Part of the struggles to lower prolactin, is to increase dopamine. But increasing dopamine is the easy part. Restoring the dopamine system is the hard part. The most common way to lower prolactin is to … Continue reading 8 uncommon herbs that lower prolactin and restore dopaminergic neurotransmission
Optimal transit time is essential for optimal health. Slow transit time can lead to enhanced toxic bacterial byproducts, such as ammonia, endotoxins, acetate, etc., and create oxidative stress, cellular and neurological damage, which leads to an overactive immune system and ultimately, autoimmune issues. Speeding up transit time can help to prevent and reduce many of … Continue reading Top 6 Anti-Constipation Foods (#1 is a must eat)
Let’s start from the top. Testosterone synthesis begins in the hypothalamus, then the pituitary and then the testes. GnRH -> LH -> testosterone synthesis. However, some compounds can actually increase testosterone synthesis without affecting LH levels or sensitivity. In this article I want to cover a variety of compounds that can increase testosterone, either by … Continue reading 7 Uncommon Testosterone Boosting Supplements you need to try out
Your cortisol might not be where you think it is. There are currently 3 major ways of measuring cortisol, which include, blood, urine, and saliva. All of those can show you something useful but isn’t the whole picture. There is also intra and extracellular cortisol. Blood tests only measure extracellular cortisol. The two enzymes, 11β-HSD1 … Continue reading How to lower your invisible (intracellular) cortisol
How does stable mood, good energy, mental clarity and good deep sleep sound to you? And those are not the only benefits you’ll get from lower serotonin, but also less inflammation, between circulation, stronger bones, higher testosterone and dopamine, better sex drive and sexual health and so much more. Serotonin is a stress hormone that … Continue reading Anti-serotonin stack for more energy and well-being
Serotonin promotes stress. Simple as that. Stress is the evil knievel when it comes to health issues. But the worse of all is that we induce it willingly with a drug. Serotonin is a stress hormone. It goes up during stress. And it’s not good in any way. Let’s say you get hurt or are … Continue reading Relieve PSSD down with magnesium
Testosterone is not the end all, be all when it comes to libido. More correctly, exogenous testosterone (TRT). We’ve all been indoctrinated that testosterone is essential for libido. And it’s true that testosterone is needed, but about a 4th of people on TRT are non-responders. When testosterone fails Have you ever tried all kinds of … Continue reading Outstanding stack for higher libido (and bigger balls)
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