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PUFA release from fat stores

peteybee

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I've read that PUFA being released from fat stores will cause some issues.
What issues are those exactly?
 

cliff

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Well over time they will cause the degenerative diseases, in the short term they can trigger random problems.
 

peteybee

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cliff said:
Well over time they will cause the degenerative diseases, in the short term they can trigger random problems.

Any idea of what those random problems may happen to be?
 

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Ray Peat said:
All systems of the body are harmed by an excess of these oils. There are three main kinds of damage: one, hormonal imbalances, two, damage to the immune system, and three, oxidative damage.
 

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I've read that cod and sole are good fish for Peat followers because of their low fat content.
There may be others, but I don't know about them as of yet.
 

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Dutchie said:
What about fatty fish?......it doesn't seem to do much harm?

The fats in fish like salmon accumulates in cells and wreaks havoc just the same as other PUFAs.
 

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Fish is high in phosphorous. I rather eat shellfish.
 

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