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Brian Peskin's hypothesis concerning the two triply essential fatty acids and their central role in human health
The Iowa Studies found improved elasticity of the artery wall
are organically-grown, unprocessed, raw nuts and seeds, and cold-pressed oils from those raw nuts and seeds, where the temperature during pressing never rose above 49 degrees C/120 degrees F
The Ferrara Study reported: reduced carbohydrate cravings; increased energy and alertness; reduced weight
Brian Peskin recommends that American adults weighing between 120 and 150 US pounds (54-68 kilograms) take at least three grams (three-quarters of a teaspoonful) daily of a mix of triply essential fatty acids with an omega-6:omega-3 ratio of between 1:1 and 2.5:1
Different organs in the body require different mixes (ratios) of omega-6 EFAs to omega-3 EFAs to function properly. Overall the body needs much more omega-6 than omega-3
Doubly or triply essential fatty acids are fatty acids which the human body cannot make and has to obtain by eating other animals, plants and animal and plant products. DFAs have been 'derived' from doubly or triply essential fatty acids by plants and animals for specific purposes. They are as important as the two doubly/triply essential fatty acids
Essential fatty acids (EFAs) are natural anti-coagulants. People who are haemophiliac, undergoing surgery or taking anti-coagulant drugs (including aspirin, heparin and warfarin), should have their coagulation status monitored when actively building up their EFA levels, etc.
Dr. Otto Warburg (1883-1970) was a doctor of chemistry, a doctor of medicine and a physiologist who won the Nobel Prize in Physiology of Medicine in 1931. He hypothesised that a healthy cell begins to turn into a cancer cell when it and/or its mitochondria (energy-producing cells) regularly diffuse (draws in) too little oxygen from the bloodstream
Brian Peskin advises that (i) it is dangerously high in omega-3 and (ii) the omega-3 it contains is principally 'derivative'.
In October 2016 BBC News flagged up that the average omega-3 essential fatty acid content of salmon grown in Scotland’s salmon farms had halved over the last five years
In the 1950s, Dr. Otto Warburg discovered that inadequate levels of oxygen in tissue cells increased their risk of becoming cancerous
Brian Peskin is the master nutritional analyst with a degree in electrical engineering who is convinced by:
"Since the use of vegetables is so widespread, it would seem that a lack of EFAs would seldom occur, but many oils contain rancid forms of these fatty acids ... As polyunsaturated oils oxidise and become progressively rancid they create free radicals in the body, which foster ageing and weaken immunity."
Within the fields of academic biology, medicine and nutrition the adjective ‘essential’ is used in three different ways
ZZZZZZZTwo fatty acids - omega-6 linoleic acid (LA) and omega-3 alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) are zzzzzzzzconsidered triply essential in that they are:
Most fatty acids prescribed by doctors or bought over the counter are damaged, diminished, polluted products that may help you to some extent, but you really need to get 'back to source' - organically-grown plants and seeds - and cold-press and blend your own LA/ALA fatty acid mix. In this way you will be providing your body with the full healing potential of these fatty acids because they will also be:
doubly raw (i) uncooked, and (ii) not having been exposed to temperatures exceeding 49 degrees Centigrade/120 degrees Fahrenheit during processing, in order to minimise damage to nutrients)
- truly triply essential.
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