Dr. Ray Peat, Ph.D
Renowned Nutritional Counselor
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.
If there is a virus running around and people are exchanging it with one another, can they actually mutate?
They’ve never been able to create a vaccine for the common cold which is a coronavirus.
Our bodies can do anything a so called vaccine can do.
Where the study of immunology got stuck.
Dr. Peat tells us things about the detoxification model that we’ve never heard before.
Dr. Peat tells us if he believes if COVID is an actual virus.
Where exosomes figure into the viral equation.
When did allopathic medicine go wrong concerning viruses?
Why do some people get colds and flu and some don’t?
Does Dr. Peat think the whole Wuhan lab leak would have been possible?
The classic model for aging.
Dr. Peat talks a bit about the COVID vaccines; the so called variants may just be a cover story for vaccine side effects.
5000 units of vitamin D is usually a good daily dose.
Dealing with migraines.
Why Dr. Peat likes both orange juice and milk.
What causes iron build up in the body?
How to block the absorption of iron while eating fish.
What can be done for lipomas on dogs?
How does chlorine dioxide compare to ivermectin and hydroxychloriquine in fighting COVID?
What can be done about bloating?
Ideas for weight loss.
August 18, 2021 @ 6:38 am Robert
Aspirin reduces symptom severity, COVID-19 mortality by half
Another great result for aspirin, which I suspect will not see much mainstream media publicity and will probably get censored the moment it hits my Twitter feed:-) Be that as it may, at this point the evidence for available successful/effective treatments for COVID-19 becomes too big to ignore, which of course invalidates the legal rationale for EUA given to all those “innovative” vaccines…
Patients hospitalized with COVID-19 and taking aspirin were nearly half as likely to require mechanical ventilation as those with COVID-19 not taking the drug, according to a study of adult patients.
Peter Papadakos, MD, the director of critical care medicine at the University of Rochester in New York, found the study results unexpected because previous research showed the benefit of aspirin in treating acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). “I am a firm believer that an aspirin a day keeps the doctor away,” he said. “Aspirin, which has been around for [more than a hundred] years, offers some positive anti-inflammatory effects in ARDS.”
Aspirin is also an anticoagulant. “One of the unique features of COVID-19 that we did not know early on is the microemboli that occur in lung tissue,” said Dr. Papadakos, noting that the anti-inflammatory and anticoagulant properties of aspirin make for an “ideal combination for COVID-19 therapy.”
Other advantages of aspirin as a treatment for COVID-19 are that it is easily available worldwide, is very inexpensive, has a highly impressive safety profile and is already taken by many people prophylactically, said Dr. Papadakos.
August 19, 2021 @ 11:24 am Sue
There is no virus. No virus ever isolated.