Dr. Ray Peat, Ph.D
Renowned Nutritional Counselor
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Ray Peat acquired his PhD from the University of Oregon with a specialization in physiology. He started his work on hormones in 1968 and wrote his dissertation in 1972 in which he outlined his ideas on progesterone and the hormones closely related to it. His main thesis is that energy and structure are interdependent at every level.
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We ask Dr. Peat about the coronavirus. He elaborates on viruses and the sharing of DNA. Interesting
Dr. Peat sympathizes a bit with Trump and tells us that the CDC is definitely in cohoots with the drug companies
Why were there so many affected in Wuhan? Whoa, Dr. Peat shocks us with his answer
Dr. Pete has been a big follower of the work of Peter Duesberg
We talk about HIV/AIDS
Minimizing the affects of x-rays
5000 units of Vitamin D in the winter is a good idea
Dr. Peat makes a good case for eating cooked veggies over raw
Dr. Peat explains why he is a big fan of orange juice
A listener asks Dr. Peat if he believes in God. He points us to Process theology to understand his take on God and religion
Question from a listener: I broke three bones on left shoulder on Friday March 6th,fractured right knee. I use tabasco for topical pain relief. It is working for me. What can I do to add to speeding up healing? I am not planning on surgery. Have you used magnets?
Question from a listener: You’ve said potatoes rice and hominy are good foods so does that mean you don’t care about the glycemic index or load?
Question from a listener: You recommended drinking kale broth but what about herbs such as tarragon, parsley, dill and so on?
Question from a listener: Since you said that our teeth absorb calcium, would washing our mouths with lime water help restore our enamel?
Question from a listener: Do you have any theories of what would make a person susceptible to getting shingles or thoughts on how to prevent them?
Question from a listener: Could you please ask Dr, Peat on what causes hearing loss as we get older and how we can stop and/or reverse it?
Question from a listener: I am a 73 year old male with atherosclerosis. My left carotid artery is 100% occluded and a year ago my right carotid was 70% occluded. According to last week’s ultrasound, my occlusion is getting worse and my doctor wants me to have an angiogram. 1) Does Dr. Massey have any suggestions for a non-invasive alternative test? 2) Does he have any suggestions to improve my condition? I have tried the following with no improvement: oral liquid EDTA, Vitamin D3 with Vitamin K2, Nattokinase, Liposomal Magnesium and Liposomal Vitamin C. I have also changed my diet to 100% organic Keto.
Question from a listener: What is your remedy to reverse type 2 diabetes?65 five year old male taking 2 grains naturethroid daily and eat good foods. Have experimented withmany approaches with no relief.
Question from a listener: Is there anyway to make the valves in my leg veins work again ?
and so much more!
Ray Peat PhD talks a great deal on the whole nature of viruses and answers mountains of questions, pass this on, March 16, 2020