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I've heard this rumor for years, both from pro- and anti-drug people, and it is not true. According to this review of LSD's pharmacology, its half-life in the body is about 5 hours, with it being completely cleared within about 15-28 hours. There is no evidence that it accumulates long-term in fat, cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), or anywhere else in any ...


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The answer to this question lies in the chemistry of fatty acid synthesis — specifically the chemical energetics of the reactions. For those new to the biochemistry there is a basic concept that must be understood: that a reaction can occur spontaneously only if it involves a negative change in Gibbs Free Energy. This is discussed, among other places, in my ...


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Bacteria and other Microorganisms are mostly water, and to replicate they will need more water. The water they need is not present in olive oil. Salts and other required elements are also not present in olive oil, at least not in sufficient quantities to support proliferation of microorganisms. Our stomachs indeed have no problem metabolizing oil, but if ...


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As @John already pointed out, efficiency of digestion can be assumed to decrease in case of extreme uptake of excessive calories. (diarrhea) In terms of the excretory system: Proteins are generally strongly retained by the kidneys, while glucose famously could leave the body through urine (diabetes) but should be taken up by your cells under normal ...


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