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405 running- fast day 9 complete- Urine therapy by stevenluch Posted Mon 10 May 2010 12:00am I really dont consider what I am doing as alternative anymore (i never really have). There is no norm and set of rules to follow. This is why my health is going to improve. You think like close minded people and you will die like close minded people. Close minded people die at the hands of an ignorant doctor selling drugs by the bill ... Read on »
Why You’re Probably Eating More Protein Than You Need. by bengreenfield Facebook Posted Fri 04 Nov 2011 10:10pm The following lesson about how much protein you need is just one of the 20 fueling myths that I dispel in my upcoming title from  Endurance Planet  entitled: “Endurance Planet’s Guide To Sports Nutrition with Ben Greenfield: “20 Fueling Myths Exposed”. Look for that book to be released in just one week (you can find out when the book is rel ... Read on »
Do endurance athletes really need more protein for muscle repair and recovery? by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Sat 05 Nov 2011 10:38am “Athletes and exercising individuals need more protein.” “Protein is crucial for muscle repair and recovery.” “Eat more lean protein.” Phrases such as this quite frequently get thrown around in sports and exercise nutrition geek-speak. Problem is, the importance of protein is blown way out of proportion (I personally plead gui ... Read on »
Swimming in Ammonia by Robin C. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 4:15pm Our poor fish…I’m starting to wonder if there’s a curse on the tank. After Bob the Pleco died, we tested the water quality and found the ammonia was too high and the nitrates and nitrites were non-existent. This means the nice bacterial cycle that keeps the tank healthy had collapsed and the fish were being poisoned. I suspect that’s what ki ... Read on »
renal ammonia excretion by Martin Eastwood Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:11pm Acids generated from the metabolism of excess dietary protein are excreted largely as urinary ammonium (NH4 +) produced by cells in the proximal tubule of the kidney. NH4 + is transported into the urine from collecting-duct cells through parallel movement of hydrogen ions (H+) and ammonia (NH4). Biver et al now report that not all ammoni ... Read on »
Do hibernating bears urinate? by Matt S. Posted Tue 28 Sep 2010 8:50pm And now for a discussion of a burning nephrology question: what happens to a bear's renal function when it goes into hibernation? (Thank my brother for raising the question while he was a medical student.) The simple answer to the headline question is: no, they do not. The details behind what does happen to renal function and nitrogenous wa ... Read on »
Health Hazards Associated With Household Cleaners by Karen H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 21 Apr 2009 11:02pm The text below was sourced in it's entirety from our companies Health Sciences e-Bulletin April 2009.  Written by Dr Jamie McManus Health Hazards Associated with Household Cleaners Recent research findings suggest that manufacturers of household cleaners have too much freedom in the way they formulate the products we use in our homes ... Read on »
As a matter of fact, nitrite ammonia can cause cancer by winter1101 Posted Mon 28 Jan 2013 1:43pm Studies found that BV, cervical intraepithelial neoplasi and human papillomavirus in female gonoducts are in a same epidemiological relationship. For women who had surgical abortion, they had 3.7 times higher risk of pelvic inflammatory disease than BV patients who were not pregnant. Prostatitis treatment  means you will cause your mind-blo ... Read on »
Kidney Disease — A Quiet, Sneaky Epidemic. Are You At Risk? by Bob Aronson Patient Expert Posted Thu 08 May 2014 1:17pm By Bob Aronson As I did the research for this blog, I “Cherry Picked” information from a great many sources.  I am not a medical professional, but made every effort to ensure that the information I used came from experts.  I have identified sources where possible.  This is a blog, it is made up of a good many opinions.  You should no ... Read on »
Would A Stone By Any Other Name Be This Painful? by WisdomThatHeals Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:05pm What Is A Kidney Stone In medical terms, a kidney stone is called renal calculi and the condition of having kidney stones is called nephrolithiasis or urolithiasis. Every 1 in 1000 people will experience a Kidney Stone at least once in their life. It used to be the case that Kidney Stones were considered to be a problem for older adults bu ... Read on »