Fatty Acids & Age Pigmentation
The liver of a newly-born infant weighs about 4.2 percent of body weight.
The liver of an adult (an adulterated child) weighs about 2.5 percent of body weight.
Most adult livers are “dropped” (downwardly displaced) due to a combination of poor posture and faulty nutrition.
Omega-3 oils (fish or flax) hurt the liver — especially true in cases of vitamin E deficiency.
Omega-6 oils are even worse, e.g., there’s no such thing as cirrhosis of the liver without linoleic acid.
There’s no such thing as “liver spots” (“age spots”) without polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs).
They “can’t be cured,” according to the Male Macho Mainstream Medical Mafia (MMMMM), including the Mayo Clinic.
Lies, lies, and more lies! They can be easily cured by simply cutting way back on PUFAs, especially the so-called “heart-healthy” ones!
The MMMMM labels a liver spot a “senile lentigo” (lentigo senilis) so you’ll be overawed by a term you’ve never heard before.
The Sun is blamed for these “solar freckles” so you’ll be afraid to go to the beach without wearing a hazmat suit.
An “age spot” in a cirrhotic or fibrotic liver is packed with an icky, waxy, yellow-brown pigment called ceroid.
What about the family of 28 or so isomers of linoleic acid known as CLA (conjugated linoleic acid) and sold in health food stores?
CLA is not only involved in liver disease. It greatly increases the chance of packing the gall bladder full of gall-stones.
Ask me for definitive proof the next time I’m on One Radio Network.
I’ve got some blockbusters to deliver about polyunsaturated fatty acids and (separate subject) tooth decay.