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Is Something Fishy About Fish Oil (PEOs discussion)? Professor Brian Peskin interview(A MUST LISTEN)

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Is Something Fishy About Fish Oil (PEOs discussion)? Professor Brian Peskin interview(A MUST LISTEN)

Post  tudor on Sat Mar 10, 2012 11:03 am

http://itsrainmakingtime.com/2012/brianpeskin/ and http://www.thelivinlowcarbshow.com/shownotes/1346/professor-brian-peskin-tells-the-hidden-story-of-cancer-episode-316/
hmm...don't know what to think...he seems to know what he's talking about but in a way he may be an hypocrite because when I googled "parent essential oils" found http://www.yes-supplements.com/index.htm which may belong to him!
http://www.brianpeskin.com/BP.com/publications/2011-Fish%20Oil%20Fallacies.pdf

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Re: Is Something Fishy About Fish Oil (PEOs discussion)? Professor Brian Peskin interview(A MUST LISTEN)

Post  j87x on Sat Mar 10, 2012 6:22 pm

I don't think he owns that site because I don't see anything about PEOs on there, just EFA. There was a thread a while back on PEOs. I definitely think he is on to something. I have never noticed anything from taking fish or cod liver oil, I started taking pumpkin seed oil and noticed skin moisturizing benefits, areas on my face that were extremely dry after showering disappeared.

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Re: Is Something Fishy About Fish Oil (PEOs discussion)? Professor Brian Peskin interview(A MUST LISTEN)

Post  tudor on Sat Mar 10, 2012 6:51 pm

put "parent essential oils" into google ..3th and 4th link are with that company

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Re: Is Something Fishy About Fish Oil (PEOs discussion)? Professor Brian Peskin interview(A MUST LISTEN)

Post  j87x on Sun Mar 11, 2012 6:53 am

You are correct, he apparently does sell them. http://www.amazon.com/Yes-Parent-Essential-Oils-Capsules/dp/B001HW4A9C
"Many of our customers refer to Brian Peskin's YESTM EFA's as "liquid gold.""

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Re: Is Something Fishy About Fish Oil (PEOs discussion)? Professor Brian Peskin interview(A MUST LISTEN)

Post  CausticSymmetry on Sun Mar 11, 2012 6:59 am


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Re: Is Something Fishy About Fish Oil (PEOs discussion)? Professor Brian Peskin interview(A MUST LISTEN)

Post  adam2525 on Sun Mar 11, 2012 12:49 pm

Hey CS,

In your paradigm shift thread you write:
Personally, I've been taking two capsules of Pumpkin seed oil along with one capsule of Multi-EFA's before bed only. During the day, I'll take Krill Oil.

How much Pumkin seed oil are you taking? Are any brands better than others?

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Re: Is Something Fishy About Fish Oil (PEOs discussion)? Professor Brian Peskin interview(A MUST LISTEN)

Post  CausticSymmetry on Sun Mar 11, 2012 9:12 pm

adam2525 - I took a long hiatus taking these unprocessed oils only to experiment and I will probably return to them at some point. At the time I was using a brand that I am not 100% certain was ideal...so would rather make sure that it is something better than what I used.

However, I should say that I recommend some people to take an oil blend and it did help for some inflammatory conditions. As you probably know there has been a lot of talk on here about Ray Peat, which I think is important and great work. However, the fault in it I think is that all of the research Ray Peat has cited on PUFA's is a refined product that is devoid of any benefits (especially because it was either processed or cooked).

Omega-6 when unrefined, organic and uncooked is a very powerful anti-inflammatory. So I found that most people with prostate issues would notice some nice benefits with taking a pumpkin seed oil, even the brand I was using which I am not certain was best. For the record, it was Pumpkin seed oil by Now.

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Re: Is Something Fishy About Fish Oil (PEOs discussion)? Professor Brian Peskin interview(A MUST LISTEN)

Post  kevin59 on Thu Mar 29, 2012 12:33 pm

Fish oil supplements are good for health, they doesn’t harm. They give vitamins to fight against health issues.

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Re: Is Something Fishy About Fish Oil (PEOs discussion)? Professor Brian Peskin interview(A MUST LISTEN)

Post  Columbo on Fri Mar 30, 2012 11:17 am

Does Peat have no views on different forms of Omega 6 (unprocessed vs. the rubbish in most people's diets) or does he just lump them in together without due consideration?

For me, this sums it up nicely:

Analyses of the plaque that clog arteries shows these bad forms of Omega 6 are major components of the plaque; hence Omega 6 gets the bum rap and that's why so much of the nutritional literature takes this view. Cholesterol in the blood stream delivers the Omega 6 to artery walls where "good" Omega 6 is needed for repair work. But cholesterol doesn't know the difference between the good and bad forms and will dutifully deliver damaged Omega 6 where it forms plaque. This is why cholesterol gets a bad reputation, a "kill the messenger" result, along with Omega 6. Fact is, your body needs cholesterol (especially your brain), as well as both Omega 3 and Omega 6, and when not polluted by damaged components all work together very well to keep you healthy.


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Re: Is Something Fishy About Fish Oil (PEOs discussion)? Professor Brian Peskin interview(A MUST LISTEN)

Post  CausticSymmetry on Fri Mar 30, 2012 9:59 pm

Columbo wrote:Does Peat have no views on different forms of Omega 6 (unprocessed vs. the rubbish in most people's diets) or does he just lump them in together without due consideration?

For me, this sums it up nicely:

Analyses of the plaque that clog arteries shows these bad forms of Omega 6 are major components of the plaque; hence Omega 6 gets the bum rap and that's why so much of the nutritional literature takes this view. Cholesterol in the blood stream delivers the Omega 6 to artery walls where "good" Omega 6 is needed for repair work. But cholesterol doesn't know the difference between the good and bad forms and will dutifully deliver damaged Omega 6 where it forms plaque. This is why cholesterol gets a bad reputation, a "kill the messenger" result, along with Omega 6. Fact is, your body needs cholesterol (especially your brain), as well as both Omega 3 and Omega 6, and when not polluted by damaged components all work together very well to keep you healthy.


Nice quote Columbo.

I believe that Ray Peat relies on the literature which unfortunately only looks at refined Omega-6. They contain trans-isomers before they are used by the customer.

Thanks to Brian Peskin, who lead a study on real humans and unrefined essential fatty acids, there was a nearly 10 year drop in vessel age with just 4-months of use. That is solid evidence that Ray Peat is missing an important piece.



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