Dr. Ray Peat – Energy-Protective Materials

by on June 2, 2014      

in Health & Wellness, Science & Technology

Dr. Ray Peat

Dr. Ray Peat

Dr. Ray Peat returns to It's Rainmaking Time!® to share a striking new perspective on living matter that recognizes the interdependence of energy and structure at every level. His health research, which explores both the practical as well as theoretical aspects of this view, focuses on environmental influences on development, regenerative processes, and an evolutionary perspective. According to his multidisciplinary approach – which works biophysics, biochemistry, and physiology into a comprehensive view of the organism – environmental defects are the primary cause of degenerative processes.

Dr. Ray Peat is an educator and private nutritional counselor. On his website, he says, “A distorted idea of human nature is sold when people are treated as ‘the market’.” While marketing claims add confusion to an area oversaturated with conflicting information, Dr. Peat’s careful research and personal experimentation with life-supporting substances offers a much-needed way out of an endless loop of misinformation and hype.

In this segment, Dr. Ray Peat details the therapeutic uses of progesterone, pregnenolone, thyroid, and coconut oil: life-supporting substances that protect the body against the harmful effects of estrogen, radiation, stress, and lack of oxygen. We will also address his cellular research, which suggests that the channels and pumps associated with the cell membrane are actually a function of ion exchange – and that the cell membrane itself does not exist. Additional topics include the role of carbon dioxide in the body, tips for bone density scanning, and Dr. Peat’s research on the use life-supporting substances to treat a wide variety of health conditions, including infertility, epilepsy, dementia, diabetes, premenstrual syndrome, arthritis, and menopause.

“It seems that all of the problems of development and degeneration can be alleviated by the appropriate use of the energy-protective materials. When we realize that our human nature is problematic, we can begin to explore our best potentials.” ~Dr. Ray Peat

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1 david longenhagen June 2, 2014 at 7:06 am

Well this certainly is a prize! Co2 scrubbing of the earths atmosphere, laceing the same with heavy metals. On there own one would assume a crazed buch of over zealous scientists who are over funded. However, now extrapolating this information into the Denver airport, where giant 100 foot rooms are equiped with sprinkler systems, IT is now expalined as co2 scrubbing systems for the top .001 percent, when they hide undergound from the poisoned air, that they most certainly have created….. It would appear that “they” (I love this term) they intend to drop C02 to such a low level as to cause world wide death, cancer, and brain damage. quite the feat to maintain control….. a follow up to this interview and I hate to ascribe to conspiracy theories however if it stick to the wall it must be sticky…. Alex Jones, or the govenor, Jesse Ventura.
if only a few “strange” toxic event occur, it may be coincedence, howeverm we have world wide Co2 scrubbing, world wide chemtrails, soil samples with heavey metals in the nano size, and (unless you recieve and read the April issue of science) they plan on vaccinating vast (above 99% of the population) because the theory of herd vasccination doesnt quite work. oh, and yes, why does the liver “not create enough Vitamin C, due to chemical interations “from” the vaccinations at an early age…. I wish I could make this stuff up however when its all put into the same basket, we end up with a plan for mass genocide at a unheard of level (perhaps not if we rule out the great flood)….. It leaves one with the cathy phrase from christmas vacation about it all “what a cheap, lying, no-good, rotten, four-flushing, low-life, snake-licking, dirt-eating, inbred, overstuffed, ignorant, blood-sucking, dog-kissing, brainless, dickless, hopeless, heartless, fat-ass, bug-eyed, stiff-legged, spotty-lipped, worm-headed sack of monkey shit he is! Hallelujah! Holy shit! Where’s the Tylenol?” GOOD DAY…..

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2 Stan Jhnson June 24, 2014 at 1:14 am

There are several things wrong with what Ray peat says. Firstly he attacks the use of oxygen and dismisses hyperbaric therapy limiting it to only small benefits. As someone who has seen the effects of oxygen in MS patients, cancer patients and those with severe injuries and my own experience, I can say that he is doing Otto Warburg and those benefiting from it a dis-service.
As regards coffee I tend to believe Doctor Gonzales who tells us that coffee taken internally shuts off the liver. Anyone can deduct from this that that is not a good thing because the liver makes glutathione the major anti-oxidant Thirdly we cannot rely on animal experiment data as animals are different to human beings. Tobacco companies are still saying cigarettes don’t cause cancer this is despite Professor Dolls clinical studies which animal experiments cannot confirm. We didn’t need radiation experiments on animals to show us that it was dangerous, Marie Curie died because of it, so why did we need to test on animals it had already been confirmed. 20 years ago the media(and I have worked for newspapers as a journalist0 trumpeted a cure for cancer and where is it now? The reason cancer hasn’t been beaten is because of animal experiments which just keep the whole rotten business going, this is coming from myself who spent 30 years at pharmaceutical companies.

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3 Jake July 5, 2014 at 3:39 pm

You’re misunderstanding what he is talking about, in terms of CO2/O2. He has spoken in a positive manner about HBOT and oxygen therapies in articles. What he is getting at is that CO2 allows O2 to work its magic. As he stated in the interview, there are organisms that live with extremely low concentrations of O2, all because they have a tremendous CO2 content, either endogenously, or in the environment. His article, “Biophysical Approaches to Altered States of Consciousness”, describes how HBOT and/or CO2 can be used for neurological and psychiatric (psychoses, schizophrenia, etc) conditions.

Have you read the work of Yandell Henderson, Ph.D., or Ladislas Meduna, M.D.?

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