#19: Talking with Ray Peat

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01:10 - What Ray did after he graduated (1956)
08:36 - Understanding Ray’s orientation toward radiation
14:16 - Starting Blake College in Mexico City
17:43 - Madalyn Murray’s involvement in Blake College
31:22 - Madalyn Murray takes over Blake College
36:47 - Ray’s own health journey—the lead up to writing his book, Nutrition for Women (1973)
37:52 - Ray’s consistent thesis
42:42 - Ray’s experience with pregnenolone and vitamin E (1983)
45:29 - When Ray began thinking more seriously about unsaturated fats
47:43 - Ray’s “survival diet”
50:18 - Ray’s new newsletter: Mushrooms—observations and interpretations
53:56 - Button mushrooms are anti-aromatase (and anti-nitric oxide)
54:27 - The amount needed for a biological effect and a recipe
55:31 - Some details about Ray’s own diet
56:09 - Does Ray think everyone has to eat like him?
57:03 - Mushrooms and the alt-view of the immune system
1:01:14 - The mushroom sugar, trehalose
1:02:09 - Is lanosterol like cholesterol?
1:03:28 - Can mushrooms replace meat?
1:04:57 - The new availability of Ray’s newsletter: raypeatsnewsletter@gmail ($28 for 12 issues over 2 years)
1:05:20 - What else are you working on Ray?