Fatty Acids & Age Pigmentation


By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog


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.

'Fatty Acids & Age Pigmentation' have 11 comments

  1. February 27, 2016 @ 6:48 pm Atom

    Re: how do you detoxify bromide?

    Common table salt (sodium chloride) does the job. :)



    • February 29, 2016 @ 12:50 pm anisha beecum

      Hi Atom
      how to detoxify you body of PUFA’s and more especially when you donot have a gallbladder?
      Thank you.


      • February 29, 2016 @ 4:03 pm Atom

        Cut down on polyunsaturated fatty acids and eat On Time and In Time as much as possible. :)

        Vitamin E- and selenium-rich foods protect against them.

        So do vitamin C-rich foods (but not vitamin C supplements, which supply only pro-oxidant activity).

        Butter (at any meal) and cheese (at midday) are highly protective (without a gall bladder, in moderation).

        (My new e-book about polyunsaturated fatty acids is due to be released for sale on Monday, March 7, at 9:00 a.m. Pacific Standard Time.)


  2. February 29, 2016 @ 6:41 am matt

    Hi atom,

    I am remember you said to me one time on the topic of masters and delta, (and other cool things like that) that you were still in love with the ‘wordplay of it all.’ I was wondering what would it look like if you got bored of the wordplay, what would you do differently?


  3. March 9, 2016 @ 1:13 am drhiii

    Atom, absolutely fascinating and information exchange with Patrick on your Monday, March 7th, 2016 program. Brilliant. Provocative.

    Simple questions..
    Fatty liver syndrome? Prevention, cure, healing from? Background. My wife is a liver transplant recipient, 24 years out. Fatty liver is always a concern. Hence the question. Ideas? Possibly point to a direction to research??

    Do you do consultation? Over the phone or Skype? Do you accept physical, on-site, as in travel to you consultation?

    You and Patrick, Patrick and you.. brilliant. Sharon of course runs all of everything of ya’ll’s (said with great respect and affection to all ya’ll’s. Wordplay intended).


    • March 9, 2016 @ 1:17 am drhiii

      Pardon, should have added this additional question to my prior post. Atom, given your comments on Omega 3 and 6, I would guess you are NOT a fan of Udo’s Choice?


    • March 9, 2016 @ 2:47 am Atom

      Foods containing vitamin E protect the liver (and heart and kidneys too).

      Concerning fatty liver, there are many variables, but polyunsaturated fatty acids and estrogen dominance are major factors.

      Yellow fat disease attacks most living organisms, from yeast to dogs, from flies to horses, from bees to human beings.

      Lipofuscin/ceroid pigments attack the liver, heart, kidneys, adrenal glands, skeletal muscles, brain, retina, nerves, ovarian cells, mitochondria, lysosomes, etc.

      I do consultations by phone and Skype, and am only available for in-person sessions and workshops in greater Santa Barbara at the visitor’s location (be it house, hotel, or office).



      • March 9, 2016 @ 3:07 am Atom

        Re: I would guess you are NOT a fan of Udo’s Choice?

        Yes, I’m NOT a fan! :)

        I’m an admirer of Udo Erasmus and his integrity (glass bottles, etc.), but I’ve come to different conclusions.

        For one, I refuse to believe his contention that Renaissance women were plump because they used olive oil.


  4. March 12, 2016 @ 1:42 am Paul

    I just can’t see any problem with catching a fish, cutting off its head (saving the body for eating, of course), squashing the head to salvage oil (which, at the moment it contacts oxygen, begins to oxidize), quickly (?) stuffing the oil into bottles and later drinking the rancid brew. Seems so natural – just like Mother Nature drew it up!


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