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Hardcore Biohacking? Ketogenic Diet + Intermittent Fasting + Exercising + Meditation + Microdosing + Semax + Suppl.

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#1 SecularScholar

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Posted 07 October 2017 - 06:44 PM


My full plan for next month would be a mix of all of this:

  • Strict ketogenic diet
  • Intermittent fasting (for 21hrs/day)
  • Calisthenics and barbell training (every 2nd day)
  • Meditation (+20min/day)
  • Microdosing (~10ug every 2nd to 4th day) and ~5mg Methamphetamine one day after for neuroregeneration
  • Semax (400ug/day)
  • Probiotics
  • Mineral and vitamin supplements

 

After half a year of searching for ways to extend human potential, I got to this point...

  1. Is there anyone here who did something similar?
  2. What could one expect?.
  3. Would there be anything useful to add or edit?

 

 

I thank you in advance for your response.

 

Cheers,

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Posted 10 October 2017 - 09:10 PM

This is what I do, expect try do a 24 hour dry fast once a week. It's what I do, its 3x more efficetive then water fasting, also try to do an extended fast of 4 days once a month. I never feel any need to fast longer then 4 days, also may I ask why the meth? Also what vitamins and minerals do you supplement?


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Posted 10 October 2017 - 09:57 PM

This is what I do, expect try do a 24 hour dry fast once a week. It's what I do, its 3x more efficetive then water fasting, also try to do an extended fast of 4 days once a month. I never feel any need to fast longer then 4 days, also may I ask why the meth? Also what vitamins and minerals do you supplement?

Wow. What are the effects of fasting this long for you, next to cancer prevention? General heightened mental sharpness?
Taking really low doses of Meth is quite good for neurogenesis and neuroprotection, if taken orally for better control.

Semax potentiates the effects quite a bit for both (LSD and amphetamines).

 

I take magnesium citrate at the moment (gonna change to the spray) and take vitamin D3, B12 and Zinc supplements.

 

 

How are you now, compared to the old you?


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#4 sthira

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Posted 10 October 2017 - 10:35 PM

This is what I do, expect try do a 24 hour dry fast once a week. It's what I do, its 3x more efficetive then water fasting, also try to do an extended fast of 4 days once a month. I never feel any need to fast longer then 4 days, also may I ask why the meth? Also what vitamins and minerals do you supplement?


The dry fasting for 24 hrs is interesting. Tell us more. I googled it but it's hard to find anything credible. The knee jerk response, of course, to any dry fasting is that it's woo and dangerous. But dry fasting for 24 hours, depending upon your (good) health, who knows.

24 hours once per week, week in, week out, though, that might create a darker story. Increased risks for kidney stones, maybe?

I've hike portions of the American Pacific Crest Trail, which meanders through 700 miles of waterless desert (carry your own, man, or you'll die -- unless you luck out with a trail angel's prized gallon jug here and there undependable), and so I have desert hiked more that 24 hours, scarily, without food or water. It wasn't pleasant or fun, but it was memorable for life. To thirst is to expand in that shroomy kinda way -- not saying it's "healthy..." But looking up at the stars, alone, edge of this random galaxy, in the desert at night, thirsty, hungry, sandy, and you definitely find something worth living for.
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Posted 12 October 2017 - 03:53 PM

dry fast no water for 24 hours? why would water cause any disruption of fasting anyway? all the impurities present in water i suppose...



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Posted 13 October 2017 - 03:02 AM

None of this is dangerous or irresponsible.

 

Microdose LSD is an incredibly motivating and creative experience. It's like coffee but with an extra kick in the ass and good ideas. It's also quite anti-depressant.

 

I tried to make it a whole month on keto and it was just too restrictive for me, I'm aiming just low carb with intermittent fasting, or as low carb as I can reasonably go, but good luck with the challenge!


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Posted 13 October 2017 - 04:04 AM

Dry fasting is dangerous, even the proponents make this point. I'd like to see a study, any study, showing actual health benefits. I searched Google Scholar for a while but didn't find any studies of this at all, with the exception of some mice who were basically dehydrated to death while the researchers took weights and blood samples. Methamphetamine seems like it should be contraindicated as well.


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Posted 13 October 2017 - 04:15 AM

Dry fasting is dangerous, even the proponents make this point. I'd like to see a study, any study, showing actual health benefits. I searched Google Scholar for a while but didn't find any studies of this at all, with the exception of some mice who were basically dehydrated to death while the researchers took weights and blood samples. Methamphetamine seems like it should be contraindicated as well.

 

Ah yeah I agree on that, dry fasting I think is a bad idea, especially in conjunction with any sort of stimulant drug.


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Posted 13 October 2017 - 09:10 PM

hmm youtube challenge, dry fasting on meth


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Posted 13 October 2017 - 09:34 PM

Dry fasting is dangerous, even the proponents make this point. I'd like to see a study, any study, showing actual health benefits. I searched Google Scholar for a while but didn't find any studies of this at all, with the exception of some mice who were basically dehydrated to death while the researchers took weights and blood samples. Methamphetamine seems like it should be contraindicated as well.

For Meth:
https://www.ncbi.nlm...pubmed/25724762
https://www.ncbi.nlm...pubmed/21635908
https://www.ncbi.nlm...les/PMC4939399/

Still, the dose makes the poison.
 

 

hmm youtube challenge, dry fasting on meth

Please never try that one, have been that far... 
Was the trigger that changed my view on life and mental disease, following a very long phase of striving excellent health and performance.


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Posted 27 October 2017 - 09:51 PM

dry fast no water for 24 hours? why would water cause any disruption of fasting anyway? all the impurities present in water i suppose...


So pure (distilled) water)?

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Posted 27 October 2017 - 09:58 PM

 

Dry fasting is dangerous, even the proponents make this point. I'd like to see a study, any study, showing actual health benefits. I searched Google Scholar for a while but didn't find any studies of this at all, with the exception of some mice who were basically dehydrated to death while the researchers took weights and blood samples. Methamphetamine seems like it should be contraindicated as well.


Ah yeah I agree on that, dry fasting I think is a bad idea, especially in conjunction with any sort of stimulant drug.

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Sort of a competition getting going for coming up with the most novel, least commonsensical ideas? The more outrageous the more attention they attract?

Put me down in the “moderation in all things” camp. Soon that may be an outrageous idea itself.

 

https://en.wikipedia.../Jeanne_Calment

 

https://en.wikipedia...Jiroemon_Kimura

 

 


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Posted 27 October 2017 - 11:17 PM

I wonder if Kimura ended up in calorie restriction which might explain part of his longevity? Although genetics may have played a role.

 

 Eat Small Portions

The Japanese have a saying : hara hachibunme. (eat until you're 80% full). Kimura lived by this philosophy, preaching his self-made slogan of "eat less and live long."  Pacing himself with small portions paid off.  At nearly 115, he still enjoyed a good appetite and ate whatever he wanted. He took no medication at all."

 

"Four of Kimura's siblings lived past the age of 90, and his youngest brother died at the age of 100"



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Posted 06 November 2017 - 10:53 PM

Not drinking for that long will lead to mild dehydration. Dehydration will downregulate klotho and that is undesirable.
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Posted 07 November 2017 - 10:15 PM

can you take any supplements while fasting? its not like you are eating..



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Posted 07 November 2017 - 10:39 PM

can you take any supplements while fasting? its not like you are eating..

I have seen many people either 1) drink coffee/tea, or 2) take supplements, during fasting.

 

They have reported, anecdotally, positive effects.

 

However, personally in my opinion, both 1) and 2) should be avoided to limit the circadian feeding window. This is based on an idea that I derived from Dr Rhonda Patrick's video on Joe Rogan's podcast.

I think they will not affect autophagy as much but would be beneficial to avoid anything but water.



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Posted 11 November 2017 - 04:58 PM

Semax is great long term stimulator of BDNF but it's even better if combined with Selank.

 

A Redditor articulated why Semax (especially in combination with Selank) is such an effective antidepressant:

First, Semax, holds the key to treat inflammation that causes depression at the source: the immune system. Semax is a synthetic analogue of ACTH (Adrenocorticotropic hormone) from Russian that most people use for stimulation and increasing mental capacity and whatnot. However, a closer look at Semax reveals a unique potential as a break through treatment for depression. ACTH in the body stimulates cortisol, the stress hormone, that suppresses the immune system. Therefore, Semax isn't just an anti-inflammatory drug that new scientific studies are focusing on for treatment in depression but a drug that can stop the inflammation at the source: the immune system. In addition, Semax increases both serotonin and dopamine in the brain, so it fights depression on two fronts, the chemical imbalance, which is only part of the picture, and the inflammation.

Next, Selank offers another breakthrough treatment for depression with more focus on anxiety. Selank is a synthetic analogue of tuftsin. Tuftsin in the body is a enzyme produced in the spleen that modulates the immune system. Tuftsin has been proposed as a possible treatment for autoimmune disorders for this reason. Back to the point, Selank modulates the immune system and directly affects T helper cells cytokines, the same culprits that cause the inflammation present in depression and anxiety. Like its brother Semax, Selank also increases serotonin in the brain. In clinical trials, Selank demonstrated as good if not better anxiolytic effects as benzos but without the addiction and side effects. Thus, Selank offers a likewise benefit for mental illness patients.


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Posted 11 November 2017 - 08:31 PM

jroseland - the google king!



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Posted 04 March 2018 - 08:10 PM

I learned some things after doing this for nearly half an year.

Meth hit's you out of the reversed attention curve on keto, so no Meth needed.
Microdosing LSD gets even better since it highlights the good parts of the ketogenic experience.

Intermittent fasting gets interesting after around hour 16-18, perfect for work.
Don't you fucking do semax and a microdose together on a prolonged fast.
Training should consist of VERY short sets with around 4-5reps and extremely high weight (even more performance in that range than on carbs).

Do yoga and then meditate, that's a complete next level experience.
And drink water with potassiumcitrate against kidney stones every week.

Ah yeah, and about Keto and IF together... if you really want to max out your whole life and stay young for quite some time, it is probably for you.
It may change your personality altogether, so you should warn your mates.
 

The best would probably be to eat a large bowl of salad, three eggs, a steak/chicken breast, some broccoli, cauliflower and spinach literally every day to get all the vitamins/minerals.
All of that in one meal.
In the Austria that would be around 5€ per day for food.

And guys, start growing some broccoli sprouts for their sulforaphane.

 

 


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Posted 07 March 2018 - 05:47 PM

I learned some things after doing this for nearly half an year.

Meth hit's you out of the reversed attention curve on keto, so no Meth needed.
Microdosing LSD gets even better since it highlights the good parts of the ketogenic experience.

Intermittent fasting gets interesting after around hour 16-18, perfect for work.
Don't you fucking do semax and a microdose together on a prolonged fast.
Training should consist of VERY short sets with around 4-5reps and extremely high weight (even more performance in that range than on carbs).

Do yoga and then meditate, that's a complete next level experience.
And drink water with potassiumcitrate against kidney stones every week.

Ah yeah, and about Keto and IF together... if you really want to max out your whole life and stay young for quite some time, it is probably for you.
It may change your personality altogether, so you should warn your mates.
 

The best would probably be to eat a large bowl of salad, three eggs, a steak/chicken breast, some broccoli, cauliflower and spinach literally every day to get all the vitamins/minerals.
All of that in one meal.
In the Austria that would be around 5€ per day for food.

And guys, start growing some broccoli sprouts for their sulforaphane.

 

 

What else do you eat on your Keto diet and what's the longest time you've microdosed. I'm looking to start doing both.



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Posted 07 March 2018 - 05:56 PM

What else do you eat on your Keto diet and what's the longest time you've microdosed. I'm looking to start doing both.


Around 100ml Olive Oil per day.
Next to that I eat:
Eggs, Fish, Nuts, drink some MCT Oil, more Eggs.
Happy cow and happy chicken.
Everything that is green...
2Tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar in the morning and night.
Massive amounts of sodium and potassium (12g and 5.6g supplemented) per day.
1g Magnesium citrate.
Multivitamins...
Mix it also into my water with some lemon juice.

Microdosing... doing is consistently since over a year, maybe some 2 week breaks after bigger trips.

Don't forgt to train and meditate.
They are most fulfilling when keto-adapted.
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Posted 07 March 2018 - 07:59 PM

I tend to add iodized salt into my water if I'm on keto. I'm realizing that it's not having as big of an effect on my tremor this time around, not sure why that is. I'm keto adapted by now for sure, it's been over two weeks and my blood measured ketones have been up to 3.1 on some days since day 4.


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Posted 07 March 2018 - 09:13 PM

I tend to add iodized salt into my water if I'm on keto. I'm realizing that it's not having as big of an effect on my tremor this time around, not sure why that is. I'm keto adapted by now for sure, it's been over two weeks and my blood measured ketones have been up to 3.1 on some days since day 4.

 

This site is quite buggy, let's try it again.

There is quite a difference between two weeks and, let's say, three months of keto.

The full reset needs at least multiple months, including microbiome and insulin sensitivity.

 

Would max out my Mineral-, Mind- and Ketogame if I were you.
What does ma boy say about tremors?


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Posted 08 March 2018 - 03:07 AM

im wondering, since keto diet helps with people who experience siezures, do you guys think it might help with siezures induced by quiting benzodiazepines and alcohol??



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Posted 19 November 2018 - 05:00 PM

im wondering, since keto diet helps with people who experience siezures, do you guys think it might help with siezures induced by quiting benzodiazepines and alcohol??

There is a possibility.

 

 

 

Sheesh, bin nearly a year.

Best time of my life. 

Still microdosing btw... even found out that carbs cause depression for me.

"Yey."



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Posted 06 December 2018 - 05:35 PM

Why methamphetamine vs amphetamine?





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