Archive Monthly Archives: April 2017

A Case of Lung Cancer Treated with Fish Oil

There’s an inverse relation between consumption of fish and fish oil and the incidence of cancer. Is it possible however to cure cancer with fish oil? Maybe so: here is a report of a case of lung

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Aspirin Prevents Lung Cancer

We’ve previously seen that low-dose aspirin use prevents cancer, and does so by a number of mechanisms, such as iron chelation and AMPK activation. For this brief report, I want to note also that

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Protein Fights Fatigue

Many people have vague health complaints, that they just don’t feel well or are tired all the time. (I’ve been there.) Regular doctors often can’t find anything grossly abnormal about

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Anti-Aging Drugs Rapamycin and Metformin Decrease Iron

Anti-aging drugs rapamycin and metformin decrease iron. Rapamycin and metformin are the most touted drugs with the potential to increase human lifespan. The noted scientist aging research Vladimir Anissimov

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Cancer As a Metabolic Disease and Iron

The theory of cancer as a metabolic disease states that metabolic aberrations, not gene mutations, cause cancer. (Previously discussed here.) In this article I’ll discuss how iron can plausibly be

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How Blood Donations Deplete Iron

A reader asked me a question that stumped me at first, so here’s the question, and my answer as to how blood donations deplete iron. Q: “How is it possible to remove as much or more iron as

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Ketone Supplements Extend Lifespan

Very Low Carbohydrate Ketogenic Diets Eating a very low-carbohydrate diet results in the production of ketones, which the body uses as an alternative fuel source; hence very low-carbohydrate diets (VLCKD)

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The Dangers of Liposuction

Note from P.D. Mangan: I was recently contacted by a woman who wishes to remain anonymous. She told me several horror stories about liposuction and sent me this article, which she researched and wrote.

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Guest Post: Fitness Challenges of Older People and How to Overcome Them

By Gary Baker Being an older fellow and trying to be physically fit can be a daunting combination. However, speaking as someone that started his journey at the age of 47, I feel I have some important experiences

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CHEKD + Rogue Health and Fitness Optimized Health

I’ve teamed up with Aaron Grossman, M.D. of CHEKD to offer comprehensive lab testing and medical exams. Dr. Grossman founded CHEKD to provide a network of physicians who are able and willing to test

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From My Forthcoming Book: Can You Get Too Many Plant Polyphenols?

In my forthcoming book on supplements, Best Supplements for Men, I give some consideration to the dosage of polyphenols, the beneficial plant chemicals that are associated with much lower death rates.

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