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There are only two (2) essential fatty acids, LA (parent omega-6) and ALA (parent omega-3). They MUST come from food. To work properly, they MUST be NOT heated, chemically unprocessed, organically raised and processed to guarantee full physiologic functionality. Fast foods use adulterated, non-functional EFAs that can no longer be termed a fully functional parent essential oils. All other EFAs excluding ALA and LA are correctly termed EFA “derivatives.” This includes the most common derivatives such as AA, DHA, EPA, etc. What is not understood by most physicians is that derivatives are made in the body, from the parent EFAs,
Austrians take a lot of fish oil and skin cancer is a big deal there
Fish Oil will age and kill you..Brian Peskin
Originally posted by gladtobehere
Just to be on the safe side, I use cold processed, organic hemp seed oil.
edit on 10-5-2013 by gladtobehere because: (no reason given)
* Brian Peskin received an appointment as an Adjunct Professor at Texas Southern University in the
Department of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (1998-1999).
In April 2002, the Attorney General of Texas charged Peskin, Maximum Efficiency, and the parent company (Perkins Management Company) with making misleading claims about the products and Peskin's credentials. The government's complaint charged Peskin and the company with making false claims that he held a Ph.D degree, was a research scientist, and was a professor at Texas Southern University. The complaint also noted that the company had not registered with the FDA or obtained a Texas manufacturing license as required by law. Peskin quickly agreed to a temporary injunction that prohibits these claims and bars the defendants from making unsubstantiated claims that their products will protect against heart disease; reduce the risk of breast, prostate, and other cancers; eliminate varicose veins; lower blood pressure; lower cholesterol; eliminate cellulite; prevent diabetes; manage ADD; help children or other persons with ADD, ADHD, or hyperactivity; make children smarter; or cure constipation . In January 2003, the county judge issued a permanent injunction ordering Peskin and his company to pay $100,000 in fines and costs
Originally posted by 727Sky
I was listening to Coast to Coast last night which would be their broadcast for 5/10/2013. There is a new Norwegian study that lasted for 12 years. Fish oil according to the study will cause skin cancer (Austrians take a lot of fish oil and skin cancer is a big deal there)
Originally posted by Char-Lee
Well they also have very harsh sun and sun filed lifestyles.
Originally posted by cartenz
reply to post by 727Sky
Fair enough that you are just wanting to find medical advice; I wasnt trying to attack you, just this Professor Brian Peskin. I grew up in a house with a MD as a parent so I am hyper-cynical of web-based "Doctors" peddling their wares. I did what I always do and checked him out; turns out he has a Bachelors Degree in Electronic Engineering... not an MBBS
Also I notice the good Doctor has a whole heap of websites that he owns (linkfarming) so actually getting to a page that isnt his does take a bit of google-fu.
As long as you are not sending him any money I am happy
Originally posted by Bob Sholtz
reply to post by gladtobehere
flaxseed oil is another great alternative. very healthy, no animal lipids to clog and inflame your arteries, and a huge amount of omega 3 and omega 6. depending on the oil, it may just be the highest source of omega fatty acids.