Is the activation of the parasympathetic nervous system good simply because in the modern world we have far too much activation of the sympathetic(similar to why O3 is so incredibly good; we simply have too much O6)? Or would being a deep... (more)
Hey All, I'm trying to make some progress with my overall health and there are several issues I've been dealing with for the past few years. Been following Paleo since December and have noticed the most substantial change being less blood sugar... (more)
I finally got around to hearing Jimmy Moore's podcast with Dr. B G/Grace. (OK, so I am a little behind.) Great podcast! ... (more)
A fallacy in the past with fat tissue (adipose tissue) was that it was simply viewed as just a collection of fat cells - a storage center for future energy requirements. In fact, the adipose tissue should also be viewed as the largest endocrine... (more)
there is one immutable fact we now know to define optimal. Its telomere length. The longer means optimal. Now we need to figure out what makes them longest. That is why I go to meetings now. Its why I read three hours a day.
Keith Norris makes a great point about sous-vide I have been wondering about for some time: In particular, check out the discussion associated with Episode 17, where I tossed-out the sous-vide/plastics leaching question that I initially brought... (more)
anyone know the best country to move to to avoid endocrine disruptors?
In their 2012 book "It Starts With Food", the Hartwigs argue that one reason dairy is to be avoided is because it contains lots of hormones intended to promote growth in calves, and thus when consumed by human adults messes up the hormonal... (more)
No, eggs do not contain such hormones, sedatives, addictive substances, etc. A growing embryo is very different from alive calves.
http://butterbeliever.com/matt-stone-youre-blowing-my-mind/ As a paleo newbie this is freaking me out. Am I making a mistake going paleo?
If this has been posted before I apologize. I just read this article put out by the Endocrine Society on just how bad plastics (even BPA free) plastics are. I had an idea plastic was garbage, but did not know it was so extensive.... (more)
I recently went to see a doc in my health plan and he once again made me realize that most docs are clueless. He saw my old testosterone chart and then saw how my new one was tripled. I told him about Paleo and some supplements I take from a... (more)
I'm trying to be careful about the way I ask this as to not makes this a lewd question. I've been reading some Ayurvedic literature (for better or for worse) while reading TS Wiley and wondering, thinking about the Ayurvedic fear of regular... (more)
When you feel compelled to ask about it on online forums?
When you eat out do you prefer bottled water in plastic (glass is rare and expensive) or tap water with fluoride/chlorine etc.? I believe iodine can detoxify fluoride and chlorine according to Dr. David Brownstein, MD so I believe tap water to be... (more)
I personally am looking to side step the adverse effects that triclosan is having on my body, but am unsure how to do so. The hospital I work at only has handsoap with Tricolsan based hand soap. And with working as an ER tech, I wash my hands... (more)
Has anyone had a good experience with an Atlanta-area Endocrinologist? I would like to find a doctor with an open mind to diet and medication, not one who immediately prescribes synthetic thyroid. Thanks!