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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Our cells incorporate DNA from the foods we eat
What does it really mean to “catch a cold”?
Why some faith healers are effective
The health benefits of freedom and play
How does Dr. Peat feel about supplements made in the lab; Dr. Peat shares a story of vitamin C and poison oak; some lab supplements cause allergic reactions
Dr. Peat’s thoughts on Covid and the testing of it
Do we have too much iron in our body? Women start accumulating iron after menopause
Where do we get all the iron? Too much meat can contribute to high iron
Is taking water from a copper vessel beneficial?
Question from a listener: My husband’s basal temperature is quite low 96.5 and never gets to normal throughout the day and his heart rate was 57. He is 68 years old. He wants to try one of the thyroid supplements hoping to boost his thyroid. Do you think this could work or should he get on something like Armour Thyroid or something else?
Question from a listener: I mix:
1 tsp of potassium chloride 1/2 tsp sodium chloride (Redmond’s salt)1 tsp baking soda 1/2 Epsom salts 1 quart of water
I drink this throughout the day and 2 quarts on the days that I fast for weightless and detox.
Can Dr. Peat talk about the pros and cons of this concoction?
Question from a listener: Dr Peat..could you repeat what you said about HYDROXL please?
I was wondering if it’s a by product of vitamin c.
You said it is very good for something. I can’t help but notice it is the first part of the anti-malaria drug being touted by many doctors (hydroxychlorine).
Question from a listener: I’m enjoying the show. I really appreciate you and your guest. Loss of the sense of taste and smell has come up a lot as a unique symptom that people are experiencing, does Dr Peat have ideas on what could be causing this?
Ray Peat PhD with over 90 minutes of wisdom to take our health to another level of excellence, August 17, 2020