Moderation in all things, including supplements.
According to The Lancet, June 29, 1996 …
“There have been previous reports of lipoid pneumonia being indistinguishable from bronchial cancer but this is the first description of fish oil resulting in lipoid pneumonia.”
(Incidentally, lipoid pneumonia is a hyperalkaline reaction.)
As a prime example of MEDICAL AMNESIA, Emanuel Revici, M.D., first diestinguished the “indistinguishable” way back in 1938 by identifying lipoid pneumonia and bronchial cancer as separate and OPPOSITE pathologies – lipoid pneumonia is catabolic while bronchial cancer is anabolic.
Dr. Revici also described how diarrhea and anal ulceration tend to accompany lipoid pneumonia, while constipation and other anabolic symptoms accompany bronchial cancer.
Short-term use of cod liver oil is therapeutic, but EXCESS cod liver oil used over an extended period of TIME (and at the WRONG TIME of day) is a certified freeway to bronchial pneumonia.
Dr. Revici (Research in Physiopathology as Basis of Guided Chemotherapy With Special Application to Cancer, 1961) wrote …
“Because of low specific gravity and high urinary pH, the [lung cancer] patient was given oral treatment with cod liver oil fatty acids. Gelatinous capsules containing 0.25 gm. of the fatty acid mixture were used in a starting dose of 0.5 gm. a day, and were increased progressively to 1.5 gm. a day. The patient made an impressive gain in a few days of treatment. The pain disappeared entirely, as did the dyspnea. The cough also almost disappeared in a few days, and in two weeks the patient was able to get out of bed. The improvement continued, and in less than two months, the patient was even able to go horse-back riding. Radiologically, the tumors also showed progressive regression. We continued the treatment with a relatively high dosage – 2 grams of cod liver oil fatty acids daily – for a total of two months, with evidence of continued improvement. Then, suddenly, symptoms of pulmonary congestion became apparent and the general condition rapidly became worse. Urine analysis now showed a high specific gravity and a low pH. In spite of discontinuing the medication, the patient was back in bed with increasing dyspnea. He died two weeks later with symptoms of pulmonary edema.”
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