Warning / Mad Fish Disease
Mad Fish Disease (Yellow Fat Disease) kills a lot more people than Mad Cow Disease.
Steve Jobs, a pescatarian (someone who doesn’t eat meat but eats fish), may or may not have died from it.
Fish-eaters are many times less vulnerable than those who supplement with fish oil.
Sardine-eaters are even less vulnerable because they eat the bones, spinal nerves, and organ meat of whole sardines.
Eating boneless sardines as protection against mercury is worse than eating whole sardines with a tiny dose of mercury.
Safest and healthiest of all are the aboriginal people who relish a fish’s brains and endocrine glands.
Eating fish brains seems to be inversely healthful compared to eating cow brains.
The “bad actor” in Mad Cow Disease is (allegedly) the prion.
The “bad actor” in Mad Fish Disease is (most likely) docosahexaenoic acid (DHA).
Ray Peat (“The Great Fish Oil Experiment, 2006-2016) wrote …
“In declaring EPA and DHA to be safe, the FDA neglected to evaluate their antithyroid, immunosuppressive, lipid peroxidative (Song et al., 2000), light sensitizing, and antimitochondrial effects, their depression of glucose oxidation (Delarue et al., 2003), and their contribution to metastatic cancer (Klieveri, et al., 2000), lipofuscinosis and liver damage, among other problems.”
Robert Hawke (“Under-Publicized Fish Oil Research Reveals Health Scam,” Nov. 11, 2013) wrote …
“The immunosuppressive effects of the highly unsaturated fish oils are well known. Their use has even been promoted as a possible adjunctive treatment in organ transplantation so that the recipient’s body does not reject the graft.”
The same Powers That Be that gave schoolchildren forced vaccinations are now giving them forced fish oils — proven agents of aging, cancer, and Alzheimer’s disease.
But isn’t this the purpose of compulsion education?— creating mass dumbness to prevent the possibility of any potential Lone Rangers escaping their Sesame Street puppet standardization.
According to “Fish oil to fortify fatty lunch fare at South Texas schools Read more: Fish oil to fortify fatty lunch fare at South Texas schools,” Midland Reporter-Telegram, Mar. 8, 2004 …
“The 38 school districts in the lower Rio Grande Valley buy much of their food via a cooperative run by Region I. Last month, the fishy foods were formally added to the list of foods schools can buy through the co-op.”
It’s High Noon. Do you know what supplements are being forced upon your kids?