Dr. Ray Peat, Ph.D
Renowned Nutritional Counselor
“Hello Patrick from Melbourne Australia,
Just a quick message to say thank you and to let you know that I enjoyed your show with Dr Ray Peat immensely. He has so much knowledge across a broad spectrum of topics. Thank you so much for bringing him on and for doing what you do!!! I hope to hear more of Dr Peat in your future shows.”
“I just want to tell you how much I enjoy your recent interviews with Dr Ray Peat. I am thrilled waiting for the next one. I have known his work for quite some time, but it is so refreshing to listen to your shows. I hope you will carry on with cooperation. Dr Peat has endless knowledge to share and each time I listen to him I find something new and eye-opening. His knowledge and perspective are absolutely unique. In the world of keto, low carb nonsense, sugar hate and corrupted science, he is the last voice of honesty and sanity.” Best regards Ania from Poland
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.
Dr. Ray Peat compares the humidity in Eugene, Oregon, where he lives now, to other places he has lived (Montana, New Mexico, Mexico).
Ray explains why it’s healthier to live in the mountains.
Melanoma and lactic acid vary according to altitude. So does vitamin D.
Extreme longevity varies by altitude.
Dr. Peat discusses blood pressure and carbon dioxide.
He talks about at least five variations of “Chinese virus,” and why vaccines “will never be effective” for coronaviruses.
By changing the definition of a disease, such as polio compared to other types of paralysis, you can manipulate the “effectiveness” of a vaccine.
Patrick and Ray discuss the PCR test, Kary Mullis, exosomes, genetic determinism, and Lamarckism, in depth.
A listener asks about wheat empanadas.
Ray explains leucine and niacin’s role in nixtamalization.
A listener asks about endometrial polyps.
John asks about inversion therapy.
A listener wants to know about the ideal carbohydrate to protein ratio.
A listener asks about various varieties of rice.
A listener wants to know about clay.
Ray discusses cancer’s relationship to serotonin and histamine
A listener asks about concentric and eccentric exercise movements.
A listener inquires about sleeping with a light on at night.
A listener wants to know about canning salt and pickling salt.
Ray talks about Dr. Tom Brewer’s research on salt.
Wayne asks about lactic acid and its relationship to cancer.
Robert in Australia wants to know about headaches, thyroid function, etc.
Rhonda asks about pregnenolone. Ray tells a story about its dramatic effects on his friend in Toluca, Mexico.
Ellen wants to know about sesame oil.
Peter asks about castor oil.
Ben asks about sarcopenia and aging.
Angie inquires about Cynoplus dosages.
Ray discusses the Achilles tendon reflex test and its connection to deep sleep.
A listener wonders if high-fructose corn syrup is also being used in Mexican Coca-Cola.
A listener asks about orange juice.
A listener inquires about his edema.
Patrick asks about getting off thyroid medication versus taking it all the time.
Patrick and Ray talk about food shortages, vaccines, Klaus Schwab, and the conflict between authoritarianism and Constitutionalism.
Ray Peat PhD, and his monthly visit, lots on COVID whatever and lots and lots of your questions answered, November 16, 2020
November 18, 2020 @ 2:27 pm Rose
What about Iodine (12.5 mg) for Thyroid? Does it help with hypothyroid?
November 23, 2020 @ 4:45 am Jean
Ray already found the 10 mg/day that Guy E Abraham, MD, advised completely nuts! :)
The slightest surplus will damage your thyroid on the long run, according to him.
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