Making Babies Prematurely Old
Ray Peat (“Unsaturated fatty acids: Nutritionally essential, or toxic?,” 2006-2016) wrote …
“With aging, the highly peroxidizable fatty acids, arachidonic and docosahexaenoic acid, increase greatly in a variety of tissues, and lipid peroxidation increases with aging.”
Then why does Mainstream Moronic Medicine advise giving arachidonic and docosahexaenoic acid to infants?
Are old babies the goal of the Assassins In White (especially the ones in white lab coats surrounded by test tubes)?
Is the agenda Early Onset Yellow Fat Disease?
Yellow Fat Disease + Vaccinations = Human Population Planning?
According to NASA (Office of the Chief Technologist) …
“In the 1980s, Baltimore-based Martin Marietta Corporation worked with the Agency to test the use of certain strains of microalgae as part of the NASA experiment. Martin Marietta scientists realized that the algae’s properties were valuable to people not only in space, but here on Earth — as a nutritional supplement. Fueled by this discovery, in 1985 the scientists formed Martek Biosciences Corporation, in Columbia, Maryland.
“The primary discovery Martek made while exploring properties of microalgae for use in long-duration space flights was identifying a strain of algae that produces docosahexaenoc acid (DHA) naturally and in high quantities. Using the same principles, the company also patented a method for developing another fatty acid that plays a key role in infant health, arachidonic acid (ARA).”
According to NASA’s Technology Transfer Program (“Bringing NASA Technology Down to Earth”) …
“After the program [Closed Environment Life Support System], Martek scientists continued to build on the research they’d done for NASA and hit on a species, crypthecodinium cohnii, that produces high levels of DHA. To create Formulaid, the company extracted the oil from the algae cells and combined it with another fatty acid, arachidonic acid, taken from a species of fungus. Both are found in human breast milk but were not in most baby formulas at the time. Martek then discovered, developed, and commercialized a different strain of algae, Schizochytrium, to make DHA-rich oils for human nutritional supplement and food and beverage applications. DHA omega-3 oil from this algae is now used in more than 500 human products, and Schizochytrium algae is also used to produce DHAgold for animal feed applications. To make DHAgold, the algae cells are dried intact and formulated into the product, which makes it less expensive to produce. When the animal digests it, the lipids in the cells are released and become bioavailable.”
Re: hit on a species. Translation: It’s a genetically-modified organism (GMO).
Re: developed, and commercialized a different strain of algae. Translation: It’s another genetically-modified organism (GMO).
These Franken-toxins are extensively found in ORGANIC food, especially infant formulae, baby cereal, and jars of baby food.
Are veterinarians becoming Assassins In White too?
Or are they just hapless dupes of the Corporate Brain Aging Industrial Complex?
Expect your pet to die earlier thanks to Space Age Science.
According to “Algae-Derived Dietary Ingredients Nourish Animals” (NASA again) …
“Columbia, Maryland-based Martek Biosciences Corporation, the same company that in the mid-1990s introduced the world to Formulaid — a NASA spinoff that is now included in nearly all US infant formulas and those in more than 75 other countries (Spinoff 1996, 2008) — began offering a similar product a few years later called DHAgold, intended as an ingredient in farm animal and aquaculture feed. DHAgold has since been marketed to pet food companies as well.”
Better Living Through Biotech Chemistry?
Or Shorter and Sicker Living Though Biotech Chemistry?
Durk Pearson & Sandy Shaw (Life Extension: A Practical Scientific Approach, 1982) wrote …
“We know that polyunsaturated fats are much more susceptible to oxidation and the subsequent generation of free radicals. Since there is a high content in the brain of the very highly polyunsaturated fatty acid docosahexanoic acid (the precursor of which is dietary linolenic acid, also polyunsaturated), it is likely that a major part of brain aging is due to free radicals generated during the abnormal, inadequately controlled oxidation of these fatty acids. Possibly the decline in sensory perception associated with age may be due at least in part to free radical damage in the brain. Sensory nerves involving vision, hearing, taste, and smell all contain large amounts of very easily peroxidized docosahexanoic acid.”