PUFA Decrease Cellular Energy Production
The loss of control over water in the body is a result of energy failure… -Ray Peat, PhD
…the essential element of stress is the inadequacy of energy to meet a challenge, and when energy is inefficient water is taken up. -Ray Peat, PhD
When respiration is blocked tissues take up water. -Ray Peat, PhD
Science 23 January 1976: Vol. 191 no. 4224 pp. 293-295
What retains water in living cells?
GN Ling, CL Walton
Three types of evidence are presented showing that the retention of cell water does not necessarily depend on the possession of an intact cell membrane. The data agree with the concept that water retention in cells is due to multilayer adsorption on proteins and that the maintenance of the normal state of water relies on the presence of adenosine triphosphate as a cardinal adsorbent, controlling the protein conformations.