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  2. Colchicine is typically used in doses of 0.6mg to 1.2mg to prevent gout flare-ups. It's not entirely without side effects, but it's generally well tolerated. More recently, Colchicine has been observed to have some value in prevention of heart disease: More info in the full paper here: https://www.clinicaltherapeutics.com/article/S0149-2918(18)30596-4/pdf . The authors suggest that 0.5mg/day of Colchicine could have significant value in preventing heart disease, albeit as a second-line treatment. To date, most Colchicine trials have used 1mg/day do
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  3. This is where the classic zig-zag sort of diet (CKD/Carb Cycling/PSMF) comes in Sam...feast enough to stoke the fires and then cut way back for a bit, just long enough to drive fat loss but not long enough to shut down your metabolism...rinse and repeat. If you can make it work with your family/lifestyle, I think a generally low carb 5-2 diet with the 2 being essentially PSMF days would likely work pretty well.
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  4. https://sci-hub.se/10.1519/00124278-200508000-00017
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  5. Drug reverses age-related cognitive decline within days by University of California, San Francisco Just a few doses of an experimental drug can reverse age-related declines in memory and mental flexibility in mice, according to a new study by UC San Francisco scientists. The drug, called ISRIB, has already been shown in laboratory studies to restore memory function months after traumatic brain injury (TBI), reverse cognitive impairments in Down Syndrome , prevent noise-related hearing loss, fight certain types of prostate cancer , and even enhance cognition in healthy animals.
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  6. inH2O, yes. I missed that. I didn't pay enough attention to 'psig' I guess.
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  7. I did this actualized version of division in Androgen Receptor (AR) affinity of Steroids. What you think about? Class 1 and Class 2 Anabolic Steroids: Of the countless ways that we can divide androgenic anabolic steroids (EAA's), we can divide by their affinity with the Androgenic Receptor (RA). AR is a soluble protein that acts on cell transcription, has nuclear reception activated by androgens (Testosterone and derivatives) in the cell's cytoplasm and moving to the nucleus. He is responsible for male sexual differentiation. It acts mainly on tissues such as musculos
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    Activity Levels

    We know that spending hour after hour sitting down isn't good for us, but just how much exercise is needed to counteract the negative health impact of a day at a desk? A new study suggests about 30-40 minutes per day of building up a sweat should do it. Up to 40 minutes of "moderate to vigorous intensity physical activity" every day is about the right amount to balance out 10 hours of sitting still, the research says – although any amount of exercise or even just standing up helps to some extent. Article
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  9. I came to the same conclusion yesterday when my back went into a total spasm for eight hours....looking forward to some rest next week and good eating. Careful with the eggs.... 😐 https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2020/11/201115101249.htm
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  10. I think this is what I've come up with on my own, too. It makes a bit more sense, now. I'm enjoying not doing a hardcore IF several days per week-eggs are good, man. So I'm having breakfast a few days per week-maybe I'll shift to looser weekends than weeks. I'm trying to integrate more Dumbbell work since I got my DBs. I figure that will help with the furnace, too. Need a bit more protein intake overall. With the realization that I was pretty much grinding myself to dust, yesterday I had a hamburger (bun and all) with an egg, and 3 additional fried eggs for breakfast. Then I had
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  11. Alpha-1 adrenergic receptor antagonists to prevent hyperinflammation and death from lower respiratory tract infection Allison Koenecke1,†, Michael Powell2,†, Ruoxuan Xiong3, Zhu Shen4, Nicole Fischer5, Sakibul Huq6, Adham M. Khalafallah6, Marco Trevisan7, Pär Sparen7, Juan J Carrero7, Akihiko Nishimura8, Brian Caffo8, Elizabeth A. Stuart8, Renyuan Bai6, Verena Staedtke6, Nickolas Papadopoulos9, Kenneth W. Kinzler9, Bert Vogelstein9, Shibin Zhou9, Chetan Bettegowda5,9, Maximilian F. Konig10*, Brett Mensh11*, Joshua T. Vogelstein2,8,†,*, Susan Athey12* In severe viral pneumon
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  12. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2020 Oct 8;17(19):E7339. doi: 10.3390/ijerph17197339. Effect of Five Bench Inclinations on the Electromyographic Activity of the Pectoralis Major, Anterior Deltoid, and Triceps Brachii during the Bench Press Exercise David Rodríguez-Ridao 1, José A Antequera-Vique 1, Isabel Martín-Fuentes 1, José M Muyor 1 2 Abstract The bench press exercise is one of the most used for training and for evaluating upper-body strength. The aim of the current study was to evaluate the electromyographic (EMG) activity levels of the pectoralis major (PM) in its three p
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  13. This study is often cited online. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/16095407/ I've never actually seen the FT but if you believe the secondary sources, these guys found that RGB increased "upper pec" activation by 30% over standard grip.
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