Omega-3 Barcode = Age Spot
By Atom Bergstrom
An age spot is an omega 3 barcode.
It’s the Mark of the Fish and/or the Mark of the Flax.
It’s the Mark of “Undegradable” Lipofuscin — or even worse, the Mark of Ceroid.
It’s the three Super-Villains — DHA, EPA, and ALA — General Zod, Non, and Ursa.
General Zod, Non, and Ursa are the three Kryptonian super-criminals of Superman II (1980), who were banished into the Phantom Zone forever.
But they escaped and gained their super-powers from “the yellow light of the Sun.”
Where can you find a better metaphor for the Yellow Fat Disease caused by DHA, EPA, and ALA?
For every age spot someone has on the outside of their body (on the skin), they have 10,000 to 100,000 age spots on the inside of their body (in the heart, liver, lungs, stomach, spleen, pancreas, kidneys, urinary bladder, gall bladder, genitals, uterus, thyroid, adrenal glands, retina, pineal gland, cerebrospinal fluid, nerve cells, ganglion cells, mitochondria, cytoskeleton, etc.
What does exposure to COLD do to lipofuscin?
Exposure to cold leads to a “massive accumulation of LF (lipofuscin] in arachnoendothelium,” according to the Institute for Problems of Cryobiology and Cryomedicine of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
Can you believe people are actually soaking in bathtubs packed with ice cubes to “lose weight,” when this causes weight gain with dementia as a side effect?
It only lops off dozens of months and a few years off people’s lives, so who cares?
Who notices Death By a Thousand Paper Cuts in Fast Food and Quick Cure Nation?
We’re taught that polyunsaturated fatty acids are “essential,” when they’re NOT.
It all started with the faulty research of a married couple in 1929 …
George and Mildred (Lawson) Burr
Roger J. Williams (the discoverer of vitamins B5 and B6, and lipoic acid and avidin, and the guy who created the name folic acid) clearly refuted the Burr’s research, but lacked the powerful backing of the fish oil and seed oil cartels.
In corporate and bureaucratic America, waste products almost always win over actual food and nutrients.
Ray Peat (“Suitable Fats, Unsuitable Fats: Issues in Nutrition,” 2006-2016) wrote …
“As vitamin research advanced in the 1940s, Roger Williams’ lab at the Clayton Foundation Biochemical Institute, University of Texas at Austin, recognized the ‘fat deficiency disease’ of the Burrs as a deficiency of vitamin B6, and showed that when they produced the condition with a diet similar to the one the Burrs had used, they could cure it by administering vitamin B6. In the early 1930s George Burr had discovered that animals on a fat free diet had an extremely high rate of metabolism, but he didn’t investigate the important ramifications of that observation, such as their increased need for vitamins and minerals, in accordance with their rate of metabolism. The PUFA slowed metabolism, and that effect was good for agriculture.”
I’m just warming up, so stay tuned for my next One Radio Network blog entry about …
DHA (decosahexaenoic acid)
EPA (eicosapentanoic acid)
ALA (alpha linolenic acid)
The global fish oil market is expected to reach $2.63 billion by 2020, and Vibrant Gal and I are dedicated to throwing a hitch in their getalong.
Marketing a slow-acting poison to a gullible public and to hundreds and hundreds of gullible health food gurus is not our idea of a respectable endeavor.
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