Brain unsaturated fats
#11
Do you know where RP said turn over rate of fatty acid is faster in brain?
I thought i heard the opposite.

I saw your correspondence with Ray about Glyphosate. I use a lot of
white sugar in diet and it was bit worrying. I tried honey before and it
gives me stomach problem. I was waiting for RP's response on that post.
In last KMUD RP mentioned glyphosate being water soluble and that
makes it less dangerous than a fat soluble toxins. I tried reading the
FAO report on refined sugar and it seems like a very small amount is left in refined
compared to molasses. For now i have to continue using refined sugar. 
I use a lot of apple juice besides sugar.

I have found avoiding supplements and selecting food carefully helped a lot with
gut issues. It takes a lot of care finding which food causes problems.
Recently i have been experimenting black seed oil with very good results.
But black seed powder cause gut issues.
I also started eating wheat about a year ago thinking i have healed enough to
eat some bread regularly. Then found out it was really problematic.
I am currently avoiding all starch.  Carrot been very helpful. 
I keep a food journal whenever i add new food and have gut issues.

Supplement i use are vitamin D 5000 iu, 25 mg B1, 5 mg b6 and 5 mg DHEA.
#12
(08-29-2018, 07:51 AM)Mittir Wrote: Do you know where RP said turn over rate of fatty acid is faster in brain?
I thought i heard the opposite.

I saw your correspondence with Ray about Glyphosate. I use a lot of
white sugar in diet and it was bit worrying. I tried honey before and it
gives me stomach problem. I was waiting for RP's response on that post.
In last KMUD RP mentioned glyphosate being water soluble and that
makes it less dangerous than a fat soluble toxins. I tried reading the
FAO report on refined sugar and it seems like a very small amount is left in refined
compared to molasses. For now i have to continue using refined sugar. 
I use a lot of apple juice besides sugar.

I have found avoiding supplements and selecting food carefully helped a lot with
gut issues. It takes a lot of care finding which food causes problems.
Recently i have been experimenting black seed oil with very good results.
But black seed powder cause gut issues.
I also started eating wheat about a year ago thinking i have healed enough to
eat some bread regularly. Then found out it was really problematic.
I am currently avoiding all starch.  Carrot been very helpful. 
I keep a food journal whenever i add new food and have gut issues.

Supplement i use are vitamin D 5000 iu, 25 mg B1, 5 mg b6 and 5 mg DHEA.

Sorry for late reply mittir. I didnr hear back again from ray on glyphisate, i presume he doesnt have any information. Seneff, though i disagree with many of her contentions, said that protein can harbor gkyphisate, makijg it difficult to test. But of course sugar has no protein so we can conclude its los, but may be concerning still for certain populations. I wish i knew which was better butnive been unable to find absourxe of organic, refined sugar. 

Unfortunately i couldnt fijd a reference for the brain fats, but i just heard it recentlg on an herb doctors interview. I think he said 30% exchage daily of brain fats. 

For the b1, do you think it is necessary for a high sugar diet? How long does it takes to notice benefits from consistent suppementation?
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#13
I remember that interview about 30% turnover rate of brain cells.
I think he explained that rapid turn over does not change the
composition of fatty acids in brain cells. They simply rearrange the components.
Someone once asked if it was possible to deplete PUFA quickly and his reply was that
some molecules takes longer time to change than stored fat.

I have also read some studies that showed it takes longer time to
change fatty acids in brain by changing diet when they were trying
to increase PUFA in brain. The study you quoted claims that they are the
first one to disprove long held belief ( or scientific facts) that brain contains
more PUFA than other organs. I believe it is a bad study.Main point is that
it takes longer time to increase or decrease fatty acid composition in brain cells by diet.

I do not see noticeable benefit from 25 mg B1. I tried 100 mg and it energized me
but high doses gives me stomach problem, probably due to hydrochloride in B1.
I used to take 100 mg Niacinamide 3 times a day with very good results.
Currently i stopped it to facilitate PUFA release.

Thank you for pointing out the glyphosate issue in refined sugar. I am currently
looking for an alternative to cane sugar.
#14
(08-31-2018, 10:08 AM)Mittir Wrote: I remember that interview about 30% turnover rate of brain cells.
I think he explained that rapid turn over does not change the
composition of fatty acids in brain cells. They simply rearrange the components.
Someone once asked if it was possible to deplete PUFA quickly and his reply was that
some molecules takes longer time to change than stored fat.

I have also read some studies that showed it takes longer time to
change fatty acids in brain by changing diet when they were trying
to increase PUFA in brain. The study you quoted claims that they are the
first one to disprove long held belief ( or scientific facts) that brain contains
more PUFA than other organs. I believe it is a bad study.Main point is that
it takes longer time to increase or decrease fatty acid composition in brain cells by diet.

I do not see noticeable benefit from 25 mg B1. I tried 100 mg and it energized me
but high doses gives me stomach problem, probably due to hydrochloride in B1.
I used to take 100 mg Niacinamide 3 times a day with very good results.
Currently i stopped it to facilitate PUFA release.

Thank you for pointing out the glyphosate issue in refined sugar. I am currently
looking for an alternative to cane sugar.
Ill keep an eye out, too, though i am also continuing to use it. I actuakly just started b3, 3x a day. Ive heard of people losing fat on b3 so it's still not known to me in practical terms if b3 does inhibit weight loss. Im currently trying to lose weight from long walks.
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