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Adrenal Fatigue and Cold Thermogenisis

Discussion in 'Cold Thermogenesis' started by Toby King, Dec 19, 2015.

  1. Summer Day

    Summer Day New Member

    Actually, my EMF environment is extremely good, compared to most. There are benefits of living very far away from civilization! :) There are not even power lines for many kilometers from my house, and there is not even enough signal to use a cell phone anywhere close. We don't even own any of those smart-eleck phones. Thanks for your insights, I really appreciate it. I am already seeing results, just not as fast as others, probably due to the degree of cold-intolerance I've had my entire life, so I am catching up from many years past.
     
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  2. Summer Day

    Summer Day New Member

    Thank you! It is surprising to me to need to limit the water, as I thought the opposite was true. I seem to feel better when I've had plenty of water with lemon in it, and I've been drinking lots of herbal tea lately too, and beef bone broth. I do eat lots and lots of fat, butter, olive oil, coconut oil, beef fat.

    What is your reasoning for including coconut oil regardless of season and latitude? I thought that it was a mismatch for eating in winter.
     
  3. kris90

    kris90 New Member

    Well that's great news! Just keep on trucking along slowly but surely!
     
  4. kris90

    kris90 New Member

    It typically is for folks who have been able to reverse their leptin resistance. But coconut oil can be helpful when an individual is transitioning toward a more healthy circadian rhythm. My guess is because MCTs are rapidly metabolized even in the prescence of poor liver function (i.e. liver leptin resistance) so its a great choice for someone who is ill.

    For a cold adapted human though, butter, ghee or lard would be a more optimal choice.
     
  5. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Summer Day said:
    What is your reasoning for including coconut oil regardless of season and latitude? I thought that it was a mismatch for eating in winter.

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    butter, ghee or lard
    think of it as oleic acid.


    So,
    other sources of oleic acid are also good.

    Think of oleic acid as AMPK activator.
    https://www.cell.com/trends/endocrinology-metabolism/fulltext/S1043-2760(17)30170-4
    Palmitic and Oleic Acid: The Yin and Yang of Fatty Acids in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
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    and
    major donor of hydrogen to your matrix water production.


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  6. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    When you store or drink your water
    think of it, look at it lovingly
    it helps. Keeps it alive.
    You really want to drink water that is alive.
    Dead water is not able to get into cells.
    Luc Antoine Montagnier got Nobel Prize for that and similar stuff.


     
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