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BIlly--read thru the whole write up. Interesting, and why peer reviewed is important process.

I am still struggleing with EE. and how it relates to BMR. Is it an increase in BMR OR the ineffeciency of switching to ketones?? We may never know. I can only guess that different methods to calaculate BMR vs, ketones spilling over........
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https://www.drdavidwilliams.com/hyd...e-curse-or-cure

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Only very diluted amounts of H2O2 are ever introduced into the body. The small amount of oxygen present couldn't be solely responsible for the dramatic changes that take place. Dr. Charles Farr, a strong proponent of intravenous use, has discovered another possible answer.

Dr. Farr has shown that hydrogen peroxide stimulates enzyme systems throughout the body. This triggers an increase in the metabolic rate, causes small arteries to dilate and increase blood flow, enhances the body's distribution and consumption of oxygen, and raises body temperature.
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