Waxy Yellow Fat Disease, Etc.

By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog


Yellow Fat Disease is known by many names.

Here’s a partial list …

Waxy Yellow Fat Disease



Nonsuppurative Pansteatitis

Weber-Christian Disease

Fatty Necrosis

White Muscle Disease

Stiff Lamb Disease

Stiff Calf Disease

Watery Hide Disease

Nutritional Myodegeneration (NMD)

Nutritional Myopathy

Nutritional Muscular Dystrophy

Brown Heart Disease

Cardiac Necrosis

Hepatic Steatosis

Hepatic Dietetica

Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

Embryonic Death Syndrome


Cumulative Lipofuscinosis

Progressive Lipofuscinosis

H. Bruce Franklin (The Most Important Fish in the Sea: Menhaden and America, 2007) wrote …

“Whatever combination of evolution and human intelligence produced modern chickens, pigs, and cows, there is no evidence that eating fish was part of their design. In fact, menhaden products offer no real benefit to chickens or chicken producers, they have already lost much of their small share of the poultry feed market to soybeans.”

Regarding pet food, please read and heed.

Jean Hofve, D.V.M. (“Why Fish is Dangerous for Cats,” Little Big Cat, Apr. 20, 2016) wrote …

“Most fish used in canned pet foods comes from the decaying leftovers of the seafood industry around the world. It is a mishmash that’s high in phosphorus and magnesium, which can be a serious problem in cats with a history of urinary tract disorders or kidney disease. In practice, I have seen many cats develop urinary tract infections and blockages if they eat fish — even canned tuna. After I shared one meal of halibut with my three cats, within hours two of them had urinary tract flare-ups, and by 6 a.m. I had my boy kitty on the surgery table while I inserted a catheter. It’s even worse if, as is most common, the fish are simply ground up, bones and all. Excess phosphorus is dangerous for kitties with kidney disfunction; there is as much phosphorus as calcium in bones.”

'Waxy Yellow Fat Disease, Etc.' have 17 comments

  1. July 6, 2016 @ 12:37 am Atom

    There are thousands of Internet links warning about Yellow Fat Disease …



  2. July 6, 2016 @ 2:10 am Matt

    Can you rephrase, “identifying with the outgoing breath” for me please, my butter brain aint computing it!


    • July 6, 2016 @ 4:49 pm Atom

      Be thankful for that butter brain! Butter contributes to the brain’s structural fats.

      Fatheads of the world unite!

      According to Swami Nitty-Gritty, “The Unified Field is oxygen, specific and varied.”

      There’s only one oxygen molecule in a state of acceleration, and humanity has chosen to divide itself by focusing on the various speeds of acceleration.

      Neo is “oxygen, specific,” and Agent Smith is “oxygen, varied,” in the final episode of The Matrix (The Matrix Revolutions, 2003).


  3. July 6, 2016 @ 2:10 am Matt

    Why would you choose sufi dancing rather than meditation?


    • July 6, 2016 @ 5:14 pm Atom

      Re: Why would you choose sufi dancing rather than meditation?

      I wouldn’t choose what most people call Sufi dancing, only the type taught by Adnan Sarhan.

      His Sufi exercises have given me more of a mind-over-matter edge than any meditation technique I’ve so far encountered.


  4. July 6, 2016 @ 2:15 am Matt

    I guess krill oil is off the menu too?

    Why do health advocates tout fish oil then, is it that there is a benefit, perhaps short term, e.g reduced inflamation, joint health, and they’re just unaware of the phenomenom you are?


    • July 6, 2016 @ 5:52 pm Atom

      Re: Why do health advocates tout fish oil then, is it that there is a benefit, perhaps short term, e.g reduced inflammation, joint health, and they’re just unaware of the phenomenon you are?

      Entrepreneurs tout fish oil because of greed, and health advocates, because of ignorance.

      What did these same health advocates once recommend for inflammation?

      They nuked inflamed tissue.

      Radiation therapy works short term — just like fish oil — but certainly not in the long run.

      Some health advocates still haven’t got the message, since radiation treatments are commonly used for inflammatory breast cancer.

      There are over 15,000 fish oil studies with a strong Internet bias favoring the positive ones.

      Compared to all this disagreement, scientific studies of thalidomide were lockstep positive in agreement, yet thousands of people died from thalidomide when it was foisted on the general public..

      The same goes for Yellow Fat Disease.

      Yellow Fat Disease is mentioned in studies, but mostly mentioned INDEPENDENTLY OF THESE STUDIES when animals die from it.

      MANY animals die from it.

      MANY human beings die from it too.


  5. July 6, 2016 @ 1:37 pm sebs

    is any form of omega 3 safe to consume? something tells me it wouldn’t exist if it didn’t fill some bodily function at least in small amounts…

    also: sodium fluoride. is the kind formed in the body via seperate ingestion (e g table salt and a cup of tea) also harmful or does it have some role? like via it’s ability to break up calcium (even bone). maybe it breaks down calcifications? i’m vary of combining salt with tea, which i consume lots of and would be happy if you had some input.


    • July 6, 2016 @ 7:18 pm Atom

      ANYTHING is good for health in the right amount (sometimes in nanograms) at the right time for the right experience.

      But supplement sellers don’t want us to take one aspirin at a time. They want us to take hundreds at a time.

      Regarding DHA, they want to force-feed it to infants and schoolchildren.

      The FDA’s Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition APPROVED long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids for the GRAS (Generally Regarded As Safe) List DESPITE commenting …

      “In a letter dated March 1, 2001, CFSAN explained that the delay in its response to your GRAS notice was related to broader issues than those related to your notice and described specific scientific concerns related to the use of infant formulas containing long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (LCPUFAs) such as the fatty acids ARA and DHA. As we explained in our March 1 letter, some publications and panel reports, which considered multiple sources of ARA and DHA (e.g, sources such as fish oil and egg phospholipid), have questioned the scientific adequacy of data to support the use of LCPUFAs in infant formula. In addition, some studies have reported unexpected deaths among infants who consumed formula supplemented with LCPUFAs. These unexpected deaths were attributed to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), sepsis or necrotizing enterocolitis. Also, some studies have reported adverse events and other morbidities including diarrhea, flatulence, jaundice, and apnea in infants fed LCPUFAs. In addition, CFSAN noted that your notice had not accounted for the fact that the bioactive fatty acids ARA and DHA when consumed in mature human milk are part of a complex matrix that includes, for example, linoleic acid, alpha-linolenic acid, and other polyunsaturated fatty acids and that important physiologic considerations relative to the matrix are not accounted for by the simple addition of LCPUFAs to infant formula.”

      The amount of sodium fluoride in the diet is directly proportional to the amount of bone cancer generated, according to an article in Chemical & Engineering News, a pro-chemical industry magazine.

      Major studies (for those who have faith in them) have shown that tea-drinking doesn’t protect against cancer nor does it cause it.


  6. July 7, 2016 @ 11:02 am Liz Williams

    Do you think there is a maximum amount of fish a person should eat per week or is it too general a question? And would you say white fish is preferable over oily as it naturally has less PUFA?
    Thank you


    • July 9, 2016 @ 9:42 pm Atom

      I doubt if a few servings of fish a week presents any problem … especially when eaten on time (in the evening).

      White fish and warm-water fish are higher choices because they contain less long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids.


  7. July 7, 2016 @ 12:22 pm John

    Hi Atom, would you give ‘your’ views on these statements:
    Serotonin – Good or Bad?
    Serotonin is an essential neurotransmitter that is good but can be bad. It responds to stress, both physical and emotional. Ninety percent of serotonin response occurs in the gastro-intestinal tract (i.e., food poisoning, toxins and biotics). Sero = blood and tonin = tightening. Basically, this neurotransmitter stimulates your body into vigilant response through temporary hypertension. This important temporary response is achieved through the pathway of re-uptake. Serotonin (5HT) is used and reabsorbed into the tissue as 5HIAA serotonin, basically as precursor storage. This is a delicate cyclic system that should not be manipulated. Research has consistently shown that when these 5HT serotonin levels are elevated we see increases in psychosis, mania, depression, anxiety, mental retardation, autism and Alzheimer’s. When the used and stored serotonin (5HIAA) levels are low research constantly finds higher incidences of suicide, violent crime, insomnia, depression. The first drug to manipulate this delicate neurotransmitter system was LSD which stimulated imagination while bringing the user to the brink of panic. While some people had “mind blowing” thus exciting experiences with LSD others were not so fortunate and ended up jumping out windows or other extreme forms of suicide.
    Serotonin is manufactured by the body from the essential amino acid precursor Tryptophan. Everyone knows about the high tryptophan content of turkey and other animal products; however, soy sprouts, black beans, spirulina, nutritional yeast and endive have very high levels of tryptophan. Additionally, nuts, seeds, avocados and baked potatoes are also very reliable sources of this essential amino acid.
    The same company that developed LSD developed SSRI (specific serotonin re-uptake inhibitors) drugs. They work by interfering with the body’s ability to re-uptake serotonin and thus deny a reserve of convertible serotonin. The danger occurs when serotonin levels get high and the reserves get low, which is exactly what is happening frequently with these drugs. By blocking the re-uptake of serotonin a permanent bridge is formed giving the nerves constant stimulation. In fact it creates a perfect mental storm and we see the most bizarre behavior imaginable.
    Soaking in the rays of the sun stimulates the production of serotonin, allowing the body to use this neurotransmitter naturally and safely. Eating vitamin rich foods and consuming tryptophan rich nuts, seeds and legumes instead of taking an LSD type drug (SSRI) that blocks the re-uptake of serotonin and depletes the serotonin reserve creating a bad “trip” for all of us


    • July 9, 2016 @ 9:37 pm Atom

      I’ve been wary of serotonin and its research (and its researchers) for decades, and finally the truth is coming out.

      According to Ray Peat, “Serotonin research is relatively new, but it rivals estrogen research for the level of incompetence and apparent fraudulent intent that can be found in professional publications.”


      • July 9, 2016 @ 10:01 pm John

        Could you publish your findings on it ?


        • July 11, 2016 @ 8:50 am Atom

          Re: Could you publish your findings on serotonin?

          Suffice it to say, until I get around to writing some blog entries on serotonin, there’s another conspiracy afoot.

          Big Pharma uses serotonin to grow bigger farm animals and more potent cancers.

          The surest way to acquire muscular dystrophy is to combine fish oil and serotonin.

          Serotonin is a major contributor to old age, infertility, and white hair.

          Subclinical serotonin syndrome is part of the U.S. government’s “retroactive birth control” program …



  8. July 10, 2016 @ 6:08 am Helen

    Hello AtOM,
    Omega 3 Lamb – thought you might find this interesting!
    Hugs & Blessings,
    Helen in Sydney, Australia


    • July 11, 2016 @ 8:59 am Atom

      Yikes! Yet another example of retroactive birth control.

      Thanks, Helen!


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