All posts by P. D. Mangan

A Walk in the Park

PS: If you want to learn more about the right supplements, check out my new book, Best Supplements for Men.

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Grey Hair Reversal

I once asked whether there was a cure for grey (or gray) hair. There might be, because my hair is turning dark, or at least darker, and might be a case of grey hair reversal. What occasioned that article

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Why Older Men Should Lift Weights

Aging means loss of muscle. Men at the age of 80 have typically lost 50% of the muscle they had in youth. Let me emphasize – 50%. That sad statistic shows why strength training is crucial, and why

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My Current Workout Routine

Here’s a brief run-through of my current workout routine. Maybe it would work for you too. I’ll keep this short and hopefully informative. Here’s a video of me doing weighted dips just

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The Truth About Soy

Soybeans are made into a number of food products, such as miso and tofu in Asia, but in the West, it’s increasingly become an ingredient in all kinds of foods, like veggie burgers. Food manufacturers

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The Normal Value for Iron and Why It Matters

Iron is stored in the body in the protein ferritin, which is considered the best measure of body iron stores. One of the most important aspects of my book Dumping Iron is that the laboratory normal ranges

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How to Prevent Cancer

Someone recently asked me how to prevent cancer, so here’s my answer. As the subject of cancer is vast, I’ll keep this brief, and concentrate on what are, in my opinion, the most important

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Trap-Bar Deadlifts

I’ve been doing trap-bar deadlifts lately; here’s my most recent attempt. Deadlifts, 275 x 7. 2nd set plus my grip gave out. pic.twitter.com/cFIeJX3VAc — P. D. Mangan 🇺🇸 (@Mangan150)

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Best Supplements for Men: My New Book, Coming Soon

Just want to put all my peeps on notice that my new book, Best Supplements for Men: For More Muscle, Higher Testosterone, Longer Life, and Better Looks, will be out soon. Smart people lift weights. Smart

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Insulin Sensitivity Is Critical for Health

Insulin is the hormone that promotes uptake of nutrients into cells; it rises after eating, especially with consumption of carbohydrates and protein, and the amount of insulin required for this task varies

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The Deep Soy State

The aim of the Deep Soy State is the subjugation of any masculine element that poses a threat to its power. pic.twitter.com/TNE9FJB9xP — P. D. Mangan 🇺🇸 (@Mangan150) April 30, 2017 I joked the

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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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