Hello! Welcome to the Brotherhood! The goal of this skool is to help men master natural testosterone righteously! Start by checking out these links: - Classroom - Leaderboards - Calendar You have access to the classroom, in which you have guidance to reclaim your testosterone levels naturally with righteous foundations. The leaderboards showcase the value provided by you and other members. In the calendar you can see when Aleks hosts any collaboration calls which you are invited to. (P.S. - If you want to skip to the front and skyrocket your results, you can work with Aleks to achieve your goals with the Reclaim Mastermind.) To kick things off, please watch the video below: Document used Also, if you want to master relationships righteously. I highly recommend that you join this public community by @Christian Koziol
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This question was on my mind for over a month now and today I decided to post it here, if you have a clear answer - TELL ME, if you have an opinion on it that is based of something - TELL ME, I was wondering if way of thinking can affect our hormons like testosterone.
In recent years the “normal range” for TSH has been decreasing. In 2003, the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists changed their guidelines for the normal range to 0.3 to 3.0 microIU/ml. But even though this lower range is less arbitrary than the older standards, it still isn’t based on an understanding of the physiological meaning of TSH. Over a period of several years, I never saw a person whose TSH was over 2 microIU/ml who was comfortably healthy, and I formed the impression that the normal, or healthy, quantity was probably something less than 1.0. Some critics have said that most physicians are “treating the TSH,” rather than the patient. If TSH is itself pathogenic, because of its pro-inflammatory actions, then that approach isn’t entirely useless, even when they “treat the TSH'' with only thyroxine (T4), which often isn’t well converted into the active triiodothyronine, T3. But the relief of a few symptoms in a small percentage of the population is serving to blind the medical world to the real possibilities of thyroid therapy. TSH has direct actions on many cell types other than the thyroid, and probably contributes directly to edema (Wheatley and Edwards, 1983), fibrosis, and mastocytosis. If people are concerned about the effects of a TSH “deficiency,” then I think they have to explain the remarkable longevity of the animals lacking pituitaries in W.D. Denckla’s experiments, or of the naturally pituitary deficient dwarf mice that lack TSH, prolactin, and growth hormone, but live about a year longer than normal mice (Heiman, et al., 2003). Until there is evidence that very low TSH is somehow harmful, there is no basis for setting a lower limit to the normal range. Some types of thyroid cancer can usually be controlled by keeping TSH completely suppressed. Since TSH produces reactions in cells as different as fibroblasts and fat cells, pigment cells in the skin, mast cells and bone marrow cells (Whetsell, et al., 1999), it won’t be surprising if it turns out to have a role in the development of a variety of cancers, including melanoma.
I think I might have a stomach ulcer. I started taking aspirin about 4 times a week I have stopped as of Sunday. I’ve been waking up in the morning and I feel as if my upper stomach is acidic and I feel nauseous but then the feeling goes away for the rest of the day. Ive been feeling this for the past 2 days. Should I be worried? If I have a stomach ulcer what should I do?
Glycine is one of the 20 amino acids that serve as the building blocks of proteins in the human body. Amino acids are organic compounds that combine to form proteins through a process called protein synthesis. Glycine is unique among amino acids because it is the simplest in terms of chemical structure. What does Ray Peat say about glycine? Glycine and Collagen: Ray Peat has emphasized the importance of glycine in the diet, particularly in relation to collagen production. Glycine is an essential amino acid that plays a crucial role in collagen synthesis, and he has suggested that consuming adequate glycine may support healthy skin, joints, and connective tissues. Anti-Inflammatory: Peat has suggested that glycine may have anti-inflammatory properties and can help reduce inflammation in the body. He has argued that glycine can counteract some of the pro-inflammatory effects of certain amino acids like methionine and cysteine when they are consumed in excess. Glycine and Stress: Peat has also discussed the potential role of glycine in managing stress. He believes that glycine may have a calming effect on the nervous system and could be beneficial for individuals dealing with stress and anxiety. Metabolism and Glycine: Ray Peat has proposed that glycine can support metabolic health by improving the efficiency of energy production at the cellular level. He suggests that glycine may enhance mitochondrial function and promote overall metabolic stability. Glycine Sources: Peat has recommended dietary sources of glycine, including gelatin, bone broth, and collagen supplements. These sources are rich in glycine and can be included in the diet to support collagen synthesis and potentially benefit overall health. Glycine is essential for the production of bile acid, creatine, nucleic acids, and porphyrins, supporting many important processes within the nervous system and the gut. Glycine is neuroprotective and can lower oxidative stress and it has been shown in the research to help improve all sleep parameters in humans. Supplementation with glycine has also been shown to get rid of fatigue caused by sleep deprivation.
The Bible addresses the topic of purpose in various ways. Here are some insights from the Bible regarding purpose: Ecclesiastes 12:13-14 says, "The end of the matter; all has been heard. Fear God and keep his commandments, for this is the whole duty of man." This verse suggests that our purpose is to fear God and follow His commandments. Psalm 57:2 states, "I cry out to God Most High, to God who fulfills his purpose for me." This verse reminds us that God has a purpose for each individual, and He will fulfill that purpose. Proverbs 19:21 says, "Many are the plans in the mind of a man, but it is the purpose of the Lord that will stand." This verse emphasizes that God's purpose prevails over our own plans. Jeremiah 29:11 states, "For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope." This verse reassures us that God has good plans for our lives, providing us with a future and hope. These are just a few examples of how the Bible addresses the topic of purpose. It is important to study the Scriptures and seek God's guidance to understand our individual purpose in life. To find your purpose is essential to detach from technology till you find it as I ahev done recently
Hey guys, I recently discovered that cotton and wool are the only fabrics that don't harm testosterone levels. From what you know, is it important to use cotton fabrics even during sports, or is the damage caused by technical fabrics minimal for a few hours?
Insoluble fiber is a type of dietary fiber that does not dissolve in water and, as a result, remains largely intact as it moves through the digestive system. Soluble fiber is a type of dietary fiber that dissolves in water to form a gel-like substance in the digestive tract. A study conducted how eating fat and fiber affects sex hormones in men. The study had 43 healthy men, and they made them eat two different diets: one low in fat but high in fiber, and the other high in fat but low in fiber. They switched between these diets after 10 weeks and a 2-week break. The diets had the same number of calories. On the low-fat, high-fiber diet, 13% higher levels of testosterone were found in the blood, especially the type bound to a protein called SHBG. Urine tests also showed 13% more testosterone when on the high-fat, low-fiber diet. However, levels of estrogen (estradiol and estrone) and certain hormone metabolites were 12–28% lower when eating the high-fat, low-fiber diet. In conclusion, the study suggests that what you eat can change how your body processes sex hormones in men. In this study they tested how different types of bran, hulls, cellulose, lignin, and a substance called cholestyramine can trap hormones like estrone, estradiol, estriol, testosterone, dihydrotestosterone, and estrone-3-glucuronide. Each hormone had its own pattern of trapping in these substances. Cholestyramine trapped the most hormones (about 90%), while cellulose trapped the least (only 12%). Other substances trapped hormones as follows: lignin (87%), wheat and oat brans (45% each), corn bran (44%), and oat hulls (32%). Hormones that were chemically changed (conjugated) were less likely to be trapped. Lignin seemed to be particularly good at trapping these hormones. These results show that hormones are attracted to these substances because of their water-repellent nature and suggest that when studying how fiber affects hormone levels in the body, we should consider different fiber components separately.
Whats up everyone! I just joined the brotherhood and happy to be here. Already have found alot of value in the reclaim videos. Glad to be a part of it and hoping to increase my testosterone as well as my righteousness fidurskis perspective on bettering both of them was really eye opening for me and made me realize that we need to improve both to improve as men. Can't wait to learn more and hope everyone has a great day.
Hello everybody, my name is Matthew. I am 20 years old. I have watched yt videos about manhood and ways to improve my life. But I never truly took action to make a change. I joined brotherhood because I wanted to find a community but most importantly a family. Three things I want from brotherhood. 1. Have a better understanding of myself, improving one step at a time. 2. Building a healthy foundation long term. 3. Forming healthy relationships with likeminded individuals. Three things I like to do for fun. 1. Calisthenics 2. Listening to Instrumentals 3. Observing Nature
On Friday Night at work while driving the bus with College Students I notice they was going to parties and they was drunk. The Most High told me about stress and addiction. College Students go through a lot of stress with school work, so they turn to perversion and drunkenness to cover up the issues they facing. I myself for many years turned to the websites to cover up my issues with instant Gratification. I thank everyone in this community for steering me in the right direction
Here is a snippet of a lesson from The Reclaim Mastermind. Hyperthyroidism = high metabolic rate Testosterone and DHT production is dramatically increased in hyperthyroidism and their clearance rate is decreased. The most dramatic increase was noted for DHT, with plasma levels increasing by 8-10 times over the average values found in euthyroid men. The data on testosterone was pretty similar to DHT. Decrease clearance and a slight increase in free testosterone. Conversion of testosterone to its weaker metabolite androstenedione is significantly decreased, but the conversion of androstenedione to testosterone is increased twofold. There was an increase in SHBG (sex hormone-binding globulin), but free T is still greater during hyper than euthyroid. SHBG also decreases the metabolic clearance rate of testosterone. There is accelerated conversion of estrone and estradiol into estriol, which is the “weakest” of the estrogens and is often used as a final form to be excreted in the urine. High TSH (thyroid-stimulating hormone) due to hypo also increases prolactin. The increased SHBG will help bind free estrogen and excrete it through the urine. Estrogen clearance in the body is increased during hyperthyroid. Thyroid hormones and Vitamin A work synergistically. Hypothyroid is not only due to low thyroid hormones, but could also be due to low conversion of T4 to T3. Hyperthyroid also: 1) Increases androgen receptors 2) Decreases estrogen receptors 3) Inhibits the aromatase 4) Decreases androgen binding proteins 5) Increases protective hormones When the testes are damaged (by oxidative stress for e.g.), thyroid hormones help to repair the damage by generating new (differentiation) Leydig cells. Hypothyroidism in an adult is associated with severe intellectual defects, abnormal balance, and defects in fine motor skills, plasticity, and deafness.
I would like to at least cut down on bread consumption and ideally get rid of it completely due it being somewhat nutrionally harmful and me feeling tired after eating it. Do you have ideas how to replace the carbs from bread? (I eat a lot of fruit and a good amount of potatoes already)