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What breaks or slows cold adaptation

Discussion in 'Cold Thermogenesis' started by hellojtm, Mar 27, 2012.

  1. hellojtm

    hellojtm New Member


    Hi Jim,



    Let me know what you consider the experiment to be. I'm game to try it. I'm in the middle of doing the strict CT adaptation protocol though so I wouldn't try it right away. If you are going to prescribe me an N=1 you'll have to tell me what to track though and what the before and after expectations are. Which kind of gets to the point of this thread....



    thanks,

    jesse
     
  2. hellojtm

    hellojtm New Member


    I realized on the way home today that I haven't seen a thread with telomere tests. I'll start one if I don't find it.



    re: persistent hs-crp, that would be inflammation which he's claiming is a sign of mismatch. so what are your potential mismatches?



    jesse
     
  3. Coriander

    Coriander Silver

     

  4. Thank for starting that thread. I was going to once I had my results but you saved me the time.



    There could be a mismatch for the CRP, but I feel there are none reflective of how high and consistent (tested before and after leptin reset) mine is. There are plenty in the paleo community who have mismatches who's CRP's aren't floating around 3.5. I have to wonder if there is not something similar to what hyperlipidemia is to cholesterol going on but have yet to find anything saying this exists.
     
  5. hellojtm

    hellojtm New Member

    Hi August, I haven't read this yet but may be a good start and mesh well with Dr. K's plan



    http://jackkruse.com/the-leaky-gut-prescription



    Chris Kresser and Robb Wolf should have a decent amount of info on it but a lot of it would require scouring podcasts. Sean Croxton interviews some Doctors that are on top of it so that could provide some leads.,
     
  6. hellojtm

    hellojtm New Member


    Also, I don't know anything about salicylate, so bear that in mind. I know that leaky gut has been traced to dairy consumption so your lacto-paleo/primal line stands out to me. Now if it turned out that the lacto was some aged cheeses from raw grassfed sources then.... I would not be very suspicious of them. Another thing to note is that I'm not a medical practitioner, biologist, biochemist or anything even remotely authoritative in these matters ;) So I'm just synthesizing from reading that I have done. I don't even know if I ever had leaky gut myself. I assume I did based on what I read, how I responded, and how my body responded. But I haven't done any food sensitivity tests myself either (other than trying it and see how I feel).



    best of luck,

    jesse
     

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