Eating Human Hair & Duck Feathers

By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

Dietary L-cysteine is found in meat, eggs, dairy products, cruciferous vegetables, etc.

At least half of the “natural” L-cysteine found in health food stores is usually manufactured from human hair gathered from the floors of Chinese barber shops and hair salons and combined with petroleum byproducts.

A lot of it also comes from Chinese pig/hog bristles/hooves, and the remainder is from duck/chicken feathers, cow/ox horns, and horse hooves.

Synthetic L-cysteine costs more to manufacture than its “natural” form.

L-cysteine is also a common bread additive under its alias of E920.

Glutathione is biosynthesized when E920 combines with glycine and glutamic acid.

Bread is estrogenic, so at least its E920 offers limited protection against “grain brain” and “wheat belly.”

“Natural” L-leucine, L-isoleucine, and L-valine are also manufactured from Chinese hair and duck feathers.

The word “natural” has lost all meaning.

A “natural death” is just as fatal as a “violent death.”

The word “natural” has been abused for a long, long time.

David Hume (1711-1776) wrote …

“The word natural is commonly taken in so many senses, and is of so loose a signification, that it seems vain to dispute whether justice is natural or not.”


'Eating Human Hair & Duck Feathers' have 5 comments

  1. October 26, 2015 @ 10:40 pm Atom

    Candidiasis can’t be remedied with chemical warfare.

    Toxins, including essential oils and antibiotics, give temporary relief.

    Candidiasis is an immunity and/or stress hormone issue — assuming you’re not sugar-deprived and/or eating complex carbohydrates or fermented foods.

    Fresh orange juice stops Candida from feeding on human flesh.–e-books.php


  2. October 26, 2015 @ 10:42 pm Atom

    Newspeak is Orwellian rhetoric, a word or phrase with a specialized or euphemistic meaning for use as political propaganda.

    Here are some post-1984 examples …

    1) soldiers —peacekeepers

    2) mass murder — pacification

    3) terrorists — freedom fighters

    4) indigenous nationalism — ultra-nationalism

    5) military intervention — humanitarian intervention

    6) international terrorism — counterinsurgency or low-intensity conflict

    7) imperialist fundamentalism — patriotism

    8) corporate mercantilism — capitalism or free enterprise

    9) uncredentialed workers — unskilled workers

    10) pesticides — crop protectants

    11) irradiation — cold pasteurizing

    12) fire in a nuclear plant — rapid oxidation

    13) explosion in a nuclear plant — energetic disassembly

    14) accident in a nuclear plant — abnormal evolution

    15) warplanes — force packages

    16) bombing — servicing the target

    17) recession — meaningful downturn in aggregate output



  3. October 26, 2015 @ 10:43 pm Atom

    According to Chicago Tribune Services, Nov. 1, 1978 …

    “It may be possible that people ‘remember’ things that happen when they are just embryos, a clinical psychologist argued Tuesday at a conference in Chicago.

    “Andrew Feldmar, a psychotherapist from Vancouver, said that he has treated three persons who repeatedly attempted suicide at about the same time each year.

    “He learned from their mothers that the three were doing so on the approximate anniversaries of unsuccessful attempts to abort them as embryos.

    “‘These mothers, after 30 years of never talking to anyone about it, each admitted to trying self-abortion,’ said Feldmar at a conference on psychological aspects of abortion sponsored by Loyola University.

    “‘The month of the attempt coincided with anniversary attempts at suicide in the offspring,’ he said.

    “‘Even the methods coincided. That is, one woman attempted abortion by ingesting a potion and her daughter’s 13 suicide usually involved chemicals. Another mother poked herself severely, an her son’s attempts involved such violence.’

    “While the choice to have an abortion is an individual matter, Feldmar siad, women should definitely avoid unsuccessful abortion.

    “His patients were able to stop their attempted suicides when they realized the source of their annual depression, Feldmar said.

    “‘They could just remember the event rather than act it out,’ he said.

    “While the abortion attempt occurred in the first month or two of pregnancy, before the fetal brain was formed, Feldmar said that doesn’t prevent a fetus from ‘remembering’ what happens to it.

    “‘Consciousness isn’t necessarily related to the brain,’ Feldmar said. ‘Memory certainly isn’t just in the brain. We may recall memories through the brain but that doesn’t mean the brain is the seat of memory.’

    “He said that an individual’s memories may date back to the egg and sperm that unite to begin reproduction.”–e-books.php


  4. November 1, 2015 @ 7:24 am John

    Hi Atom, is watermelon a berry ?


    • November 1, 2015 @ 11:02 pm Atom

      Botanically, a melon IS a berry.

      A pineapple is a collection of berries. :)


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