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Thoughts on Depression

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Psylocibin works by helping one immerse in the experience, whereas ketamine works from the opposite angle of disassociation from the experience

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Bipolar Disorder: Depression to Mania

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Stress, substance abuse, and certain medications have been identified as potential important environmental triggers for bipolar disorder

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Creatine for Muscle Strength

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People with GAMT SNPs may have problems with usage and storage of energy in the muscle, affecting muscle function and athletic performance

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Energy Expenditure: NEAT

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Non-exercise activity thermogenesis (NEAT) refers to the energy your body uses for activities other than planned exercise

Coenzyme Q10

Quinone Interference

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Different from both CoQ10 and PQQ, vitamin K can come in two forms: either its phylloquinone form (vitamin K1) or in its menaquinone form (vitamin K2)

Blog post 37 - Carnitine

Carnitine – an indispensable molecule

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Carnitine is what transports fatty acids into the mitochondria of your cells, where these are oxidized into molecules of ATP, that provide energy for your body

Blog post 27 - Keto Diet

Keto Chemistry

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Ketone bodies formation allows for continuous oxidation of fatty acids and is a healthy energy production adaptation

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ATP: Silence please

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A molecule of glucose can yield up to 36 molecules of ATP, whereas fatty acids can yield 3 or even 4 times as much