Something Is Fishy In Greenland
By Atom Bergstrom
Yellow Fat Disease (progressive lipofuscinosis) never sleeps!
The TRUTH is slowly leaking out in cyberspace …
“Nutritional fat necrosis, also known as steatitis or yellow fat disease, is usually the result of feeding a diet high in unsaturated fatty acids and low in vitamin E or other antioxidants, setting the stage for ROS production and lipid peroxidation.”
Thomas Campbell (“Masai and Inuit High-Protein Diets: A Closer Look,” Center for Nutrition Studies, Jul. 17, 2015, updated Jan. 7, 2019) wrote …
“What about their risk of heart disease? It turns out to be a myth so often repeated it just became an unsupported truth. A 2003 paper published by a highly experienced, highly published scientist at the National Institute of Public Health in Greenland, written with his colleagues from Canada, documents many autopsy studies and clinical observations and studies proving that heart disease existed among the Inuit. In fact, in 1940 the ‘father of epidemiology’ in Greenland, [Alfred] Bertelsen, noted heart disease to be quite common, perhaps even more interesting given the young age of the population. He based this on clinical experience and medical officer reports going back for many decades. All told, the 2003 paper found ‘the hypothesis that mortality from ischemic heart disease is low among the Inuit compared with western populations insufficiently founded.’ Further, ‘…a general statement that mortality from cardiovascular disease is high among the Inuit seems more warranted than the opposite.'”