GPR84 is an inflammation sensor that plays a role in endotoxemia, brain injuries, and obesity.
In this post, we will discuss how to regulate GPR84's function.Read more
Here you can find the strongest tactics science has to offer in overcoming and improving chronic disease.
X-Linked Inhibitor Of Apoptosis (XIAP) has shown to play a role in cancer, longevity, inflammatory resistance, and more.Read more
Dr. Denis Wilson and I discuss how to monitor and regulate thyroid function without the need for blood tests.Read more
In this post, we will discuss Homer proteins (mainly homer1), their implicated diseases with dysregulation, and some novel ways to help with homeostasis.Read more
In this post, we will discus a brief, technical basic explanation of activation and detoxification - two major mechanisms in oxidative homeostasis.
In the future, I will update this post with more references, a MOA section, genetics, and clearer plans of action.Read more
Protein deglycase DJ-1 (DJ-1), also known as Parkinson disease protein 7 (PARK7) is a master regulator of redox status.
In this post, we will discuss how DJ-1 increases dopamine, enhances mitochondria, and combats most oxidative-stress related diseases.Read more
When you optimize your body and fix all deficiencies, where is there to go next in enhancing your body?
Well there is hormesis, which is a very powerful tool for enhancing all aspects of your life.
Hormesis, if done properly can strengthen metabolism, longevity, and wellbeing as well as protect you from chronic illness in general.
In this post we will discus what hormesis is, how to do it, and what to watch out for so you can do it properly.Read more
In this post, we will discuss how protein phosphatase 1 regulatory subunit 1B (PPP1R1B), also known as dopamine- and cAMP-regulated neuronal phosphoprotein (DARPP-32) plays a large role addiction, Parkinson's Disease, schizophrenia, cognition, and cancer.Read more
Vasohibin-1 (VASH1) is an anti-angiogenic protein that may have benefits in cancer and longevity.
In this post, we will discuss conditions associated with VASH1 activity, its benefits, downsides, and ways to change its expression.Read more
In this post, we will dicuss how vasohibin-2 (VASH2) plays a role cancer progression and chemoresistance.Read more
I tried folding protein once, but all I got was a ham and cheese sandwich.
In this post we're discussing proteopathy, how proteins can cause chronic disease, and some strategies to prevent it all.Read more
Mesencephalic astrocyte-derived neurotrophic factor (MANF; also known as ARMET or arginine-rich mutated in early stages of tumor) belongs to the fourth family of neurotrophic factors.
It plays a huge role in repairing neurons and cells after oxidative stress, and has promising uses for the future in neurodegenerative diseases (such as Parkinson's Disease).Read more
Recent cancer research has helped us understand how the body detoxes.
By studying upregulated genes in tumorous cells, we were able to find the Nuclear Erythroid 2–Related Factor 2 (NRF2) pathway.
NRF2 is a major transcription factor in detoxing the body and keeping it healthy.
In this post, we will discuss the benefits/downsides of NRF2 activation, as well as why NRF2 may be hurting you more than helping you (and what you can do about it).Read more
In this post we are going to be discussing estrogen receptors and how estrogen affects the body.Read more
In common day western society, we are consistently bombarded by artificial light.
Our workspaces are indoors, powered by fluorescent blue lights (which blue has its own negatives).
We only get sun rarely and it's either partial (such as through glass while driving to work) or too much (single sessions of long periods hanging out at the beach).
We also try to supplement for the sun by taking vitamin D hormone supplements, which is not as bioactive for creating the active form vitamin D.Read more
Cancer and Alzheimer's are inversely correlated.
Biomarkers in cancer and Alzheimer's seem to be opposites. Let's delve into why.