What Are They Hiding In the Cellar?
DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) is especially toxic to babies.
All DHA in baby food — including organic baby food — is manufactured by biotechnology, thanks to an affiliation between NASA and Martin Marietta.
GMO algae-based DHA is a lucrative spin-off of Project CELSS (Closed Environment Life Support System).
However, non-GMO DHA is just as poisonous as the NASA product.
A flexible brain isn’t a rubberized one.
Vulcanization isn’t a part of human brain tissue.
The developing brain transforms sugar into saturated and monounsaturated fat.
Polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) and highly-unsaturated fatty acids (HUFAs) are not part of the process.
Think of PUFAs and HUFAs as burglars who break into your house and vandalize it.
I’ve released two e-books about it — Yellow Fat Disease and Fish Oil Is Snake Oil — and am about to release a third.
But you can save some bucks and research the subject yourself.
Don’t go in the front door, Googling DHA, omega-3 fatty acids, or essential fatty acids.
There’s nothing on display in the corporate living room but the things you’re supposed to see.
Go in the back door — you won’t have to pick the lock since the truth is hidden in plain sight — and walk down the cellar stairs by Googling the following …
Yellow Fat Disease
Waxy Yellow Fat Disease
White Fat Disease
White Muscle Disease
Stiff Lamb Disease
Stiff Calf Disease
Watery Hide Disease
Nutritional Fat Necrosis
Nutritional Myodegeneration (NMD)
Nutritional Muscular Dystrophy
Brown Heart Disease
Necrotizing Granulomatous Steatitis
Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
Embryonic Death Syndrome
Ray Peat (KMUD Radio, Sept. 17, 2016) said …
“The predominant fat (DHA] in fish oil accumulates more and more in the brain with age, and makes the brain more and more susceptible to the rapid peroxidation and loss of function because the oxygen is being diverted.”
Thanks to the DHA supplement industry, we now can get a jump start on AGING by feeding DHA from any source to pregnant mothers and infants.
Why not fast-track senility, age spots, and cirrhosis of the liver?