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.
Patrick and Dr. Ray Peat discuss the fragile power grid in Texas.
How has the commercial power line frequency interfered with our connection to the Earth and worsened our health and shortened our lives?
Why are nanoparticles dangerous? Why are they so hard to detox? Can white blood cells help?
Why were silver and copper coins added to drinking water and swimming pools?
Are silver and copper spoons germicidal?
Patrick and Dr. Peat discuss the findings of Dr. Tom Cowan and Dr. Andrew Kaufman. Do viruses actually exist?
What about Dr. Zach Bush’s viewpoint that viruses exist but they are not our enemy?
Is a virus a living thing, or is it a biological chemical? Do non-biological chemicals have to be isolated to prove they exist?
How do you get an alleged virus to participate in a disease?
Ray Peat explains the horizontal transmission of genetic information.
Can algae in our drinking water mutate our DNA? Can bacteria do it? Can food? Can urine?
Can DNA cross over from species to species?
Can exosomes be used to promote disease as well as repair? Do cancer cells use exosomes to survive and thrive?
How was the smallpox vaccination administered and was it effective?
How do scattered thoughts affect inflammation? Consult Ray Peat’s upcoming newsletter for further information.
Can focused thoughts protect us from disease?
What causes high blood sugar and is it preventable?
Is high blood sugar a “medical Invention?” Is insulin really an important part of the diabetic process?
Does conventional diabetic therapy harm and even kill people by increasing lactic acid, cortisol, and free fatty acids?
Both the inflammatory and poisoning processes involve arachidonic, linoleic, and lnolenic acids.
Why is butter “three times safer” than olive oil?
Can cataracts be cured? How did Dr. Peat’s brother eliminate his cataracts?
What do egg whites and cataracts have in common?
How does salt water affect cataracts?
Why is kosher canning and pickling salt better than sea salt and Himalayan salt?
What can be done for a body vibrating in the middle of the night? How is adrenaline involved? What does the liver’s failure to metabolize glycogen have to do with it? Is “very low blood sugar” involved?
The brain renews itself overnight, making free fatty acids more problematical.
How can milk help you lose weight?
Is MSG safe in small amounts? Is MSG a brain excitant?
Is it better to live in a cold or warm climate? What’s the difference between brief exposure to cold and constant exposure to it? How does cold affect the thyroid?
Patrick asks about the benefits of splashing cold water on the face. Does it stimulate the sympathetic or parasympathetic nervous system?
Does splashing cold water on the face activate the diving reflex? Is carbon dioxide involved or is it a direct reaction of the nervous system?
“We radiate about three-quarters of our food energy,” according to Dr. Peat.
Avoiding polyunsaturated fatty acids raises the metabolic rate. Is that beneficial or detrimental?
Why are excess tryptophan, methionine, and cysteine harmful? Is gelatin low in these amino acids?
Do the Schumann resonances affecting the magnetic frequencies of the Earth also determine lightning strikes and disprove global warming?
How do solar flares cause a wind chime effect on Earth’s atmosphere?
How do the Sun and “heavy planets” affect life here on Earth?
Dr. Peat explains in detail how the Pentagon’s shift from petroleum to nuclear power was directly involved in the switch from the “coming Ice Age” to the narrative of “heat catastrophe.”
What is the cause of sleep apnea? How is the thyroid involved? How is high blood pressure involved?
Is a calorie-restricted low protein diet helpful or detrimental?
Why are some fruits beneficial to eat and others are not? How can you tell the difference?