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"Just wanted to add quickly that aspirin does a LOT more than protect from PUFA. It is one of nature's most potent electron withdrawing groups (EWG) and as such it has dramatic effect on oxidative metabolism. Other substances with strong EWG properties are CO2, CoQ10, vitamin K2 (menatetrenone), oxygen, etc. It just so happens these are all Peat-recommended substances, and most of the other things that Peat recommends are powerful EWG. That is not by accident as they all stimulate respiration and help break the vicious glycolysis cycle. So, I'd take aspirin even if I am devoid of PUFA. It's just that the dosage will be a lot smaller." -haidut
Thank you for your answer. I was gone because I went to the newbie thread. It seems you know about hormones. I don'tt have any drops, but I have cream. When I have used it though, it seems to have an unpleasant drop 6 to 7 hours later. And I had symptoms that I thought were from too much, but now I think it was because the progesterone increased the effects of my estrogen instead of not.
There was a different guest that was chatting to you, Kasper. I have signed up now. I am cindy. I have to leave now but I am so glad I found this site. I will be back in the morning. Thank you for telling me about the Frolov device.
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