Nov 16, 2022

Deadlift 135-145-135 5x5x3 Hammer Pulldown 110 45sec 25 sec

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Step #1:

P. D. Mangan Health & Freedom Maximalist  @Mangan150
“Omega-3 fatty acid supplementation in infertile men resulted in a ~50% increase in sperm count and near doubling in sperm concentration. More evidence that excess omega-6 from seed oils leads to infertility.”
Step #2: from Wikipedia: ” testosterone synthesized is regulated by the hypothalamic–pituitary–testicular axis
Soooo (hypothesized by me) Step #3: tie it to Brain Health & Brain Energy
And I have started reading Dr Christopher Palmer’s new book “Brain Energy” which he promises is not about the keto diet… He is a practicing Psychologist who asked questions and followed  up when a patient resolved his mental problems after losing weight…
The quote is from his intro.  The link to the book works. “•​This will all come together to reveal that mental disorders are metabolic disorders of the brain. •​In order to understand what this means, you’ll need to understand metabolism. It’s a lot more complicated than most people realize, but I’ll do my best to make it as simple as possible. Tiny things called mitochondria are key. Metabolism and mitochondria can explain all the symptoms of mental illness.Start reading this book for free: https://a.co/j8jbsTt

“The diseases and illnesses that have been associated with mitochondrial dysfunction are widespread, and the list includes almost all of the psychiatric disorders. It also includes the metabolic and neurological disorders that I have discussed—obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and epilepsy. In reality, it includes even more disorders—many cancers and Parkinson’s disease are among them”
“Perhaps the most important point to note is that the rates of very different mental disorders—autism, bipolar disorder, depression, and ADHD, to name a few—are all increasing at the same time. Why would that be?”
“Inflammation is a big one. We know that when compared to those without depression, people with chronic depression, on average, have higher levels of inflammation, as measured by different biomarkers, such as C-reactive protein and interleukins.2”
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