Age Spots Within the Body
Re: If apple cider vinegar and raw onion remove manifestations of Yellow Fat Disease (brown spots) on the outside, why wouldn’t the combination remove YFD on the inside of our bodies?
Sometimes plausible reasoning or inspired intuition leads us to the right place.
Sometimes it leads us astray.
Until recently, plausible reasoning led scientists to believe in the fictional concept of fraternal twins, yet all twins are maternal.
There’s no such thing as double ovulation, yet it’s a safe bet that more than 99% of Americans still believe it exists.
Which brings us to the subject at hand — apple cider vinegar and onion.
Why wouldn’t something that works outside the body work within as well?
Multiple applications of gin spirits sometimes erase age spots, so why not use gin for the same purpose?
Gin is directly and repeatedly applied to a single age spot, so a million times more gin would be needed to “spot-remove” the overall internal acreage of the body.
More yet (much more) would be needed to penetrate the private citadels of every organ prone to age spots — heart, liver, kidneys, adrenals, pancreas, brain, retina, nerve cells, ganglion cells, etc.
Chronic alcoholism creates age spots, so Dr. Phil would soon be asking, “How’s that working for you?”
Once DHA (docosahexaenoic acid), EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid), AA (arachidonic acid), and ALA (alpha-linolenic acid) wreak their havoc on the other side of the blood-brain barrier (BBB) and the blood-cerebrospinal fluid barrier (BCSFB), “dissolving” age spots escalates into a Herculean task.
The stomach easily deconstructs an apple cider vinegar and raw onion combination.
Gastric acid is many times more acidic than the malic acid in apple cider vinegar.
An onion’s sulfur compounds — disulfides, trisulfides, cepaene, vinyldithiins, etc. — might help dissolve external age spots, but they’d soon be disabled in the chemical maelstrom of the stomach.
Whatshisname’s YouTube video got 4,009,838 views despite the fact that age spots have nothing to do with melanin.
He’s confusing the browning of a banana with lysosomal storage disease.
I wish I were so uninformed. I’d make a helluva lot more money.
(Send money. Save this contrarian to the contrarians from his own research.)
Ignorance pays big-time these days.
Is it our schooling?
Fish oil capsules?
According to Wikipedia (sometimes the Wiki community gets things right) …
“Differently from the melanotic nevi and the verrucous nevi on the skin, age spots change with time in color and in shape.”
Other names for age spots include …
old age spots
According to Wikipedia …
Liver spots “derive their name from the fact that they were once incorrectly believed to be caused by liver problems, but they are physiologically unrelated to the liver, save for a similar color.”
The Wiki folks obviously aren’t immune to such things as public schooling and Yellow Fat Disease.
After all, Yellow Fat Disease plays a critical role in …
traumatic brain injury