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  1. Decanoic acid inhibits mTORC1 activity...

    Decanoic acid inhibits mTORC1 activity independent of glucose and insulin signaling
    Decanoic acid is Capric acid which is easily found in coconut oil


    It's likely that curcumin and berberine are...
  2. Lifetime Impact of Cow’s Milk on Overactivation of mTORC1

    Lifetime Impact of Cow’s Milk on Overactivation of mTORC1: From Fetal to Childhood Overgrowth, Acne, Diabetes, Cancers, and Neurodegeneration


    We know from Bella Mitochondria's paper high insulin...
  3. Perspective: The Saturated Fat–Unsaturated Oil Dilemma

    Perspective: The Saturated Fat–Unsaturated Oil Dilemma: Relations of Dietary Fatty Acids and Serum Cholesterol, Atherosclerosis, Inflammation, Cancer, and All-Cause Mortality
    Glen D Lawrence
    Glen D...
  4. Meat consumption and risk of 25 common...

    Meat consumption and risk of 25 common conditions: outcome-wide analyses in 475,000 men and women in the UK Biobank study
    Paper is free full text online.

    The food frequency questionaire was...
  5. New research deepens understanding of how fructose effects health (& covid death)

    Fructose reprogrammes glutamine-dependent oxidative metabolism to support LPS-induced inflammation
    Paper is open access

    Diets high in fructose could cause immune system damage, study suggests
    ...
  6. MeatRx Carnivore Community Meeting with Andrew Scarborough

    Shawn Baker talks with Andrew Scarborough


    Interesting to find Andrew is also friends with Bella Mitochondria.
  7. At the start of the talk please guess how old you...

    At the start of the talk please guess how old you think Isabella is, write it down and see how accurate you are when she says?
    I think that tells us something about the value of a lower...
  8. Bella Mitochondria talks with Shawn Baker

    MeatRx Carnivore Community Meeting with Isabella Cooper, FnDNutr , BSc Hons, AFHEA, AMRSB, AfENDO, D


    I think this is the best video I've watched.
    Covers a lot of topics even explains why so...
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    I read that and was surprised he was so much in...

    I read that and was surprised he was so much in favor.
    I'm concerned about the short time it has taken to produce the vaccination and I'm not convinced there has been sufficient time to use these...
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    This is what Yu Zhang wrote about eggs back in...

    This is what Yu Zhang wrote about eggs back in November 2020.
    Egg and egg-sourced cholesterol consumption in relation to mortality: Findings from population-based nationwide cohort
  11. New model could explain old cholesterol mystery

    New model could explain old cholesterol mystery
    Saturated fats increase cholesterol.
    And high cholesterol is linked to heart disease.
    But why are researchers unable to show that saturated fat...
  12. This is the most recent paper Giles has his name...

    This is the most recent paper Giles has his name on.

    Behavioural and neurochemical mechanisms underpinning the feeding-suppressive effect of GLP-1/CCK combinatorial therapy

    I can see that is...
  13. Giles Yeo on how our genes can make us fat

    Giles Yeo on how our genes can make us fat The Life Scientific
    https://ichef.bbci.co.uk/images/ic/640x360/p093pwpj.jpg
    Giles Yeo talks to Jim Al-Khalili about the powerful influence our genes have...
  14. Well that's almost fine. It's still worth taking...

    Well that's almost fine. It's still worth taking some vitamin d3 daily to get a little bit higher while covid is about.
    COVID-19 is, in the end, an endothelial disease Kendrick has also blogged on...
  15. Unless your vitamin d was tested in the USA you...

    Unless your vitamin d was tested in the USA you result should be been reported as nmol/l
    Most UK adults are below 50nmol/l in December and drop to below 40 before March when (depending on the...
  16. This article shows that Covid patients with low...

    This article shows that Covid patients with low LDL have a worse outcome in their disease than those with higher LDL.
    Low-density lipoprotein is a potential predictor of poor prognosis in patients...
  17. Cholesterol: A new game player accelerating vasculopathy caused by SARS-CoV-2?

    Cholesterol: A new game player accelerating vasculopathy caused by SARS-CoV-2



    Low cholesterol like low vitamin d status is a risk factor for worse covid outcomes. Reliance on statins is going...
  18. Food Industry-Backed Research Gives Results Funders Want

    Food Industry-Backed Research Gives Results Funders Want
    More than half of these studies yielded outcomes favorable to company products compared to less than 10 percent lacking such support

    The...
  19. Making the social determinants of health the focus for healthcare improvement efforts

    Making the social determinants of health the focus for healthcare improvement effort




    BMJ seem to be moving in the right direction but I cannot see UK goverment taxing the super rich to...
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    But common sense should be sufficient for you to...

    But common sense should be sufficient for you to understand that what the NHS are saying is total nonsense.
    https://i.imgur.com/DzdfFDB.png
    This image comes from this paper which is free full text....
  21. Dr David Unwin talks at length to comedian, Mark Dolan about low-c

    Dr David Unwin talks at length to comedian, Mark Dolan about low-carb
    i guess everyone will know Dr David Unwin but it's a useful antidote to the news at the moment.
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    Vitamin D3 5000 iu Capsules with Olive Oil,...

    Vitamin D3 5000 iu Capsules with Olive Oil, Vitamin D Supplements for Immune System, Bones & Muscle Function
    These are fine for vitamin d once daily should be ok though you could take 2 x 5000iu for...
  23. Cerebral Fructose Metabolism as a Potential Mechanism Driving Alzheimer’s Disease

    HYPOTHESIS AND THEORY ARTICLE
    Cerebral Fructose Metabolism as a Potential Mechanism Driving Alzheimer’s Disease
    I've not read this paper yet but will comment on it next week.
  24. That's the problem, when you start having to...

    That's the problem, when you start having to think for yourself because you discover "official" advice doesn't do what the "officials" say it will do, you find you don't trust any "Authority" figures...
  25. Atmospheric Temperature and CO2: Hen-or-Egg Causality?

    Atmospheric Temperature and CO2: Hen-or-Egg Causality?
    Not at all diet related but an interesting paper.
    Like so many issues it's far more complicated than was thought.
    If increasing temperature...
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