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Low Cortisol Levels

Discussion in 'Optimal Labs' started by Eddie Garza, Apr 29, 2015.

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    This guy likes to sit on my chair.
    He has brothers.
    What to think about him?
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    If he's Phidippus audax he greys up, over time, like the best of us. His markings would have been orange when he was young.

    Either way he looks like genus Phidippus.

    I think you're getting free bug removal services.
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    I have tried to overcome an addiction. It costs a lot.
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    chronic critical illness


    [QU OTE="JanSz, post: 271858, member: 933"]79yo + 3 days
    currently happy, healthy, active sexually, mentally ok (I think)
    In my
    An advance healthcare directive, also known as living will, personal directive, advance directive, medical directive or advance decision,
    I have request to
    do not resuscitate if I can't get back my faculties in three days
    doctor argues (that he needs $$) so I should go for 2-3 weeks
    is that too long?
    does that even make sense?
    is life after being resusitated even worth living?

    [QU OTE="Inna, post: 271863, member: 20770"]Jan
    DNR is the way to go.
    Even 1 day is too long. Is life after resuscitation worth living? I don’t think so.
    Google chronic critical illness, this is how most people who were unfortunate enough to survive resuscitation end up. I am much younger than you are and fairly healthy and I am DNR for sure.[/QUOTE]
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    I do not know what,
    but something is not right in dr Boros statement.
    I am thinking that harmfull is drinking (several liters a day) of any water, including DDW.

    And I am drinking 1.5 - 2 Liters/day of DDW25


    László G. Boros
    Following the discussions I would recommend cutting back on drinking several liters of DDW per day as you harm your water homeostasis by suppressing anti diuretic hormone (ADH) (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vasopressin ) release from your hypothalamus. It is called diabetes insipidus! (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diabetes_insipidus)! Low ADH harms nanomotor functions and social! If you are a healthy person you should only drink water when thirsty and just as much water as much you need to kill your thirst! Deuterium depleted natural metabolic ketosis is the key to keep your mitochondria clean! Your body clears deuterium, you just need to control how much you supply in drinks and food!
    If someone is sick it’s a different story and measurements are important!
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    You can live a lot longer w/o food than you can live w/o water.
    It may be counter-intuitive,
    when done successfully (as described by dr Q who works with dr Boros),
    he pees like a horse (his words)(while not drinking much water).
    so, for example, when peeing normally, do not worry about kidneys.
    And definitely do not worry about hydration.

    Fat is 3/4 water.
    From one liter of fat we are making 1.1 liter of water. (According to dr Boros).
    So eat fat when on low water (or loose weight quickly).
    The above water uses hydrogen from fat and oxygen from breath.
    The rest of fat atoms goes where? Poop out, mostly?
    Only about 10% of fat's weight is used to produce matrix water.

    pigs lard is mostly
    Palmitic acid: 25–28% (C16H32O2)
    Oleic acid: 44–47% (C18H34O2)
    check only
    oleic acid have 34/(12*18+34*1+16*2)=0.12
    hydrogen's weight is about 12% of total lard's weight

    Olive oil is
    Oleic acid: 70.0%

    Dr Boros drinks olive oil and eats lard. (When nobody is watching).
    In restaurant he eats more "more normally" (he admitted).

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    Watch 16:90-18:00

    BBC Order And Disorder Episode 1 Energy

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