I made this outline summarizing most of the information in the blog on lysolecithin and lesions.
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I. What is lysolecithin?
A. I don’t hear anyone else saying this. I don’t hear anyone else talking about enzyme modified cheese, hydrolyzed lecithin, or interesterification causing lesions on the central nervous system. Synonyms for lysolecithin: http://lexbook.net/en/lysolecithin
B. This is the best explanation of lysolecithin all in one place: http://lipidlibrary.aocs.org/Lipids/pc/index.htm
II. What does lysolecithin do?
A. First, I found this study at the Journal of Neuroscience –
I saw that while trying to find a cure for Multiple Sclerosis, the researchers caused lesions by injecting mice with three toxins. I searched the first, cuprizone, with no results. I searched ethidium bromide with little to no forthcoming information. I searched the third, lysolecithin, and hallelujah, there was a little information there. Lysolecithin causes demylination if applied topically http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2391539
or injected into the central nervous system http://multiple-sclerosis-research.blogspot.com/2012/08/research-promoting-remyelination-is-not.html.
B. My notes: In the Biochemistry of Foods, Peter Eck explains recombinant DNA technologies in food. Pages 543-545 explain the use of glycerophospholipid cholesterol acyltransferase and the reaction products which are lysopospolipids. He states that “the enzyme preparation is used in egg yolk and whole eggs, in processed meats, in degumming of vegetable oils, in milk products such as cheese, and in bakery products containing eggs, such as cake products.” Then he lists each one and that in milk, the enzyme produces lysophospholipids from the phospholipids. He further explains that the enzyme preparation converts phospholipids to lysophospholipids in each of the above areas. Lysophosphatidylcholine is a lysophospholipid.)
C. This is how we know the ingredient label “enzyme modified” means that the lysolecithin content is unnaturally high: http://www.americanlecithin.us/sourcing-enzyme-modified.asp.
III. What increases lysolecithin?
A. Increased in our products – What mixes with lecithin to make it lysolecithin?
1. Vaccines – lysolecithin as the adjuvant
2. DHA – Omega 3 – fish oil pills, etc.
3. Enzyme eye contact cleaners – contact solutions
4. Digestive enzymes
6. Some medicines including Pancrelipase and Methylprednisolone – Epikuron
7. Weight training – weight lifting shakes
8. Chemical warfare
9. Hydrolyzed items that have lecithin – hydrolyzed soy, hydrolyzed oats, etc.
B. Increased in our foods – What agents work on lecithin to make it lysolecithin? Ingredient labels:
1. Enzyme modified (food lists are here including fast foods)
4. Fermented tofu
5. Interesterified – vegetables oils
6. Hydrolyzed items that have lecithin
7. DHA – Omega 3 – infant formula and children’s shakes
C. Increased in our bodies – What makes our bodies produce increased levels of lysolecithin?
1. Smoking marijuana
2. Drinking a lot of alcohol
3. Smoking cigarettes
IV. What products have lysolecithin? – If you have multiple sclerosis, ALS, Lou Gehrig’s, lesions, cirrhosis, sciatica, neuropathy, pyloric stenosis, or brain and spine problem, then you need to stop using anything with “lysolecithin” increased in it. “Lysolecithins” are used in our foods and many lotions and make up we put on ourselves and in our medicines. “Lysolecithins” are causing your disease. There are more specific lists in this blog that have some of the foods we eat and the products we use that you must avoid because these have “lysolecithin.” These are the things to avoid:
A. Products that most likely lead to lesions:
B. Mother Load list of Products with Lysolecithin
C. I’d throw in the food ingredient “soy lecithin” because it could refer to hydrolyzed lecithin without specifying but I’m not sure about that. I try to avoid it completely. How can I determine which “soy lecithin” has been hydrolyzed, since it’s not labelled clearly? I’m not waiting for my myelin sheath to be stripped. These ingredient items are questionable: Mono and diglycerides, cultured, lactic acid, triglycerides, vitamin E, vitamin K
Lord will you bless these hurting and sick people? Please lead them to cross that is higher than I. Please bring them to their knees to love and serve you. Thank you for eternal life through your death and resurrection and belief and knowing you. You are amazing God.