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Fats Buffer Hyperactivity

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fat

hyperactive

hormones

milk

cream

eggs

calm down

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[2002]

[Aajonus]

Adrenaline testosterone, estrogen, all of those, they look for fat to utilize. In fact, those hormones are usually 40% to 60% fat anyway. If they look for fat to utilize, to utilize as fuel, and if they don't find it, they go right into the myelin. The myelin is the sheaths on the nervous system, brain, meningi, and throughout the whole system.

It makes lesions and it pulls out the fat, then guess what? All the electromagnetic charges loses its buffering ability. So then, children are hyperactive because there's no buffer, takes fat to buffer.

[Attendee]

Will raw milk help that?

[Aajonus]

Raw milk, no. Gotta mix cream, eggs and honey. Thick and rich.

[Attendee]

How about reducing the sugar?

[Aajonus]

Once he gets overweight, then milk's fine. There's not quite enough cream in milk, but yet the high sugar ability, most kids won't eat anything, but cold milk for some reason, unless they get used to.

And cold milk doesn't digest properly, so that causes more hyperactivity.

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