This looks promising. We’ve been taking one that contains both NAD+ and Resveratrol. It’s pricey, but I think it’s worth it.
The question is if there’s some way to beneficiate it and mitigate whatever the issues are.
A doctor asks if we should stop pushing them.
Saw my cardiologist a couple months ago. He still wants me on them because he thinks my cholesterol level is too high. I continue to refuse. My only risk is my parentage, and they were both overweight smokers.
It’s as though there’s no actual science behind these policies.
When I was younger, I rarely dreamt, period. (And yes, I get the bullshit that I was dreaming but I just didn’t know it. Sorry, if I don’t actually have any memory of experiencing it, it’s not dreaming — it’s just some weird and useless unrememorable mental state ).
But in my elder years, I dream quite a bit, and most of it is unpleasant (sort of a nightmare, in which things are continuously shifting, and where I am and what I have, or what I possess, or how I am being transported is inconstant).
But I have also started, on rare occasions, to have lucid dreams. I particularly remember one in which the cat started talking to me (in English), and I realized, “Gee, I’m pretty sure cats don’t do that. I must be dreaming.” And the dream was amazingly realistic, just like real life, so it was pretty cool. I’m not sure it’s useful, but it’s a lot better than the crap dreams I was having in which I didn’t understand that I was dreaming, until I finally realized (because everything was continually changing) that it was a dream, but at that point, I woke up.
…as an energy source?
This looks like an interesting approach, but I’m skeptical until I better understand what the rodents were actually fed. A “western high-fat diet” is a meaningless phrase. What kind of fats? Saturated? Seed oils? There is no scientific evidence that eating fat per se creates arterial plaque. How many and what kind of carbs were they getting?
Why they don’t report objectively on the origins of the Covid virus.