Salt isn’t bad for you.

Eating a normal amount of salt or, by our government’s standards would be considered a high amount, is not bad for you. The government’s recommendation of 1tsp of salt per day is dangerously low… “However, the decision to adopt a low sodium...

Experimenting with Phosphatydlserine

I decided to experiment with phosphatydlserine when I came across some info suggesting it for both high and low cortisol. I don’t quite remember the source nor do I remember the reasoning, but that’s why I’m starting this blog. Anyway, I’m...

Pantethine for High Cholesterol, Triglycerides

Pantethine has been shown to help with high cholesterol and high triglycerides. Pantethine is an excellent choice when it comes to reduction of triglyceride in the body. A daily dose of 900mg has been shown to reduce triglyceride by up to 32% as well as a 19% drop in...

Co-Enzyme A, Acetyl CoA

My interest in these compounds is rooted in their link to adrenal hormone regulation and cholesterol blood lipids. Here’s some general information and background: Co-Enzyme A Coenzyme A (CoA, CoASH, or HSCoA) is a coenzyme, notable for its role in the synthesis...

Pantethine for Adrenal Dysfunction

I’ve struggled with adrenal dysfunction for quite some time and I’ve done tons of research on this. However, of all the recommendations out there for improving adrenal function this one is often left out or glossed over. If it’s mentioned, it rarely...