Yellow Fat Disease & Frozen Fish

 

By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

 

Depressed 99-pound weaklings are subject to Yellow Fat Disease too.

Vitamin E deficiency is caused by Yellow Fat Disease.

Note the words in the article below — “there has been no effective treatment for chronic vitamin E deficiency.”

Taking vitamin E “after the fact” for Yellow Fat Disease is like taking Synthroid® (levothyroxine sodium) after the fact for thyroid disease.

Eating the same highly-unsaturated fatty acids and expecting different results is nutritional lunacy.

Sontaya Manawatthana & Chaiyan Kasorndorkbua (“Steatitis and Vitamin E deficiency in captive olive ridley turtles (Lepidochelys olivacea),” Kyoto University Research Information Repository) wrote …

“Steatitis [yellow fat disease], which is caused by vitamin E deficiency, was observed in 3 captive Olive Ridley turtles (Lepidochelys olivacea) at Phuket Marine Biological Center, Phuket Province, Thailand during March to August 2005. Clinical findings had only shown depression and emaciation. Necropsy had revealed firm yellowish-brown masses distributed in fat tissues throughout the body. The predisposing cause of the disease is considered to be resulting from feeding these turtles mainly with frozen fish for more than 20 years, which can lead to vitamin E deficiency. Since there has been no effective treatment for chronic vitamin E deficiency, changes of the feeding from frozen fish to fresh fish and vitamin E supplementation of 100 IU/kg of fish fed have been recommended as a preventive treatment for the rest of the sea turtles in the center.”

It’s almost true that “there has been no effective treatment for chronic vitamin E deficiency.”

Undoing the actions of the past can’t be overcome by taking a vitamin or mineral or interrupting one’s usual lifestyle with a “cleansing fast” or a series of enemas or colonics.

Changing WHAT goes down the gullet WHEN for an extended period of time and letting Ma Nature undo the damage truly the Nourishing Way of the Tao.
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    'Yellow Fat Disease & Frozen Fish' have 3 comments

    1. April 10, 2016 @ 2:49 pm Atom

      It’s claimed by mainstream medical “experts” that age spots “can’t be cured, but treatment may help.”

      Age spots are a symptom of Yellow Fat Disease and CAN be cured.

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    2. April 10, 2016 @ 3:17 pm Atom

      A single gram of feces contains as many as 36,000 different SPECIES of colonic critters.

      Scientists with the derring-do to investigate the MICROBIOME are like the flea floating downstream with a hard-on, yelling, “Raise the drawbridge!”

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    3. April 10, 2016 @ 3:48 pm Atom

      The labels of many quality pet foods I’ve read (not even counting the covert ingredients allowed by the GRAS list) have been miles south of the highest choice for an animal, domestic or otherwise.

      Cats don’t get fat without eating something they shouldn’t, whether it be fish scraps, toxins, or “vitamins” in their commercial food or toxins in their environment.

      Almost without exception (and I don’t know which exceptions), commercial pet food is designed for profit and not for health.

      If your environment is natural/organic/wild and Ma Nature isn’t imbalanced (like I explained about the vultures in India on Thursday’s One Radio Network show), the problem must have something to do with the canned food.

      And, yes, about vets. Most of them are as brainwashed like the one quoted below.

      Celeste Yarnall, “Does Your Cat Love Fish?,” The Conscious Cat, Jul. 18, 2011) wrote …

      “Aren’t fish and fish oils the best sources of these essential fats for our pets?

      “Indeed, daily Omega- 3 supplementation from a marine source is extremely important for our cats as well as for us. Among many other benefits, Omega 3s fight inflammation, which affects our cats as much as it does us.”

      This is the kind of veterinary nonsense we’re up against. :(

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