Using Light to Reduce Stress and Correct Hormones

A couple of years ago, I read a lot of material about light, darkness, and stress. I learned, from Ray Peat, that darkness is stressful and blue light is toxic, damaging the mitochondria and the enzyme cytochrome oxidase. Darkness damages mitochondria and as a result it reduces the conversion from cholesterol to pregnenolone, and that, … Continue reading Using Light to Reduce Stress and Correct Hormones

Traveling: Avoiding Dangers And Considering New Perspectives. A Conversation with Raymond Peat

Until 2016, I had only traveled through Europe, visiting other countries by plane. Since the trips weren’t too long, and I was in better shape health wise, I didn’t mind it much. Traveling can be stressful, and the stress of using different types of travel can vary greatly. Since beginning to incorporate transatlantic flight, I … Continue reading Traveling: Avoiding Dangers And Considering New Perspectives. A Conversation with Raymond Peat

Liver, Meats, Water-Logging and Inflammation

Coeneo, Michoacan Recently, I have been living in Morelia, Michoacan, Mexico. Initially, I was curious to spot the differences between the quality of European, Mexican, and US meats. In Mexico there are some US chains that sell meat from the US, and I am already very familiar with Italian meat. However, the quality of these … Continue reading Liver, Meats, Water-Logging and Inflammation