Bile digestion and fatty tumors....By Vince Gironda.
When the ingestion of fats and proteins occurs there are mainly two substances that the body secretes to administer digestion.
One is hydrochloric acid, for the protein, and two is bile, for the fat.
You must take into consideration the bad eating habits of our nation as we have become a society of carbohydrate eaters. The stomach recognizes only the carbohydrates and says "if youíre not going to eat fats and proteins, like the body was designed to do, then we just wonít manufacture the hydrochloric acid and bile needed."
The over abundance of carbohydrates cause our stomachs to become alkaline, and because we donít utilize the bile in our gallbladder, the bile becomes very thick causing poor digestion, in affect resulting in stones in the gallbladder. Gall stones and the removal of the gallbladder occur in abundance in this country.
Ever since we have diminished our protein digestion and increased the amount of carbohydrates we eat gallbladder surgery has sky-rocketed over the last 50 years. The medical profession loves this jump in surgeries. They are totally unaware, or rather donít want to know that stones of all kinds can be flushed or dissolved from the body using natural methods. The typical gallbladder operation averages approximately 20,000 dollars. The medical profession gets away with this because they believe and go on to tell you, that you donít need your gallbladder anyway. Yeah, sure! It's just an expendable organ!
If your body doesnít need a gallbladder then why is it there?
Throughout my childhood, and well into my late teens, I would get these little fatty tumors all over my body. In 1965-1968 I had about 8 of these tumors on my body. Being immature, and not knowing much, I went to my medical doctor for advisement. He said "we donít know what causes them, but you can have them removed by a surgeon."
Note: if you really observe Medical doctors you will see that they have no idea what causes most so-called disorders.
I didnít know what to do or think. I did know that I wasnít comfortable with this "doctor", and didnít like him. I did however go to a surgeon and had all of the tumors removed. Remember I was young!
The tumors were checked to make sure they were not cancerous. Happily all of the tumors were benign. Years later during my study of nutrition I found out what causes fatty tissue tumors. Fatty tumors are caused by the inability to digest fats. The bile in an individuals system is too thick and the function of the gallbladder is just sub par which creates stones when you eat poorly. I was born with a very, very sub par unhealthy gallbladder. Everybody is born deficient in something and it only gets worse as we age. I say "we all have crosses to bear."
Thanks to all of my nutritional teachers I started to take digestive enzymes. It has worked very well for me and countless others. There are people who say that you donít need supplements. This might only be true if you eat a well balanced diet consisting of only good foods, and have no physical deficiencies, which is rare today.
A good diet is one that does not include any processed or refined foods. Everyone can benefit from supplements. There are a lot of people with crosses to bear or deficiencies to overcome and they need supplementation just as I do.
If I don't take my Digestive Enzymes I donít digest fats, simple as that.
Not taking my Digestive Enzymes results in me belching and passing gas. I certainly want to stay healthy just like I hope you do.
The reason I have told you this story is because I have literally trained hundreds of people that couldnít have made any gains what so ever until they overcame bad digestion.
Ever since I have been studying Vince Girondaís teachings I have seen this truism. Vince has always stressed the importance of protein and fat digestion.
It is not what you eat, but what you digest that counts!
So...what is the outcome with the fatty tumors? Re-reading your post I see that you had them removed, but did you ever develop any new ones? My father had them (mutliple subcutaneous lipomas primarily on arms and legs). I have them now too, for the past few years they started to appear. My doctor told me the same thing, that "we don't know what causes them." I have to admit, I don't really understand your explanation that they are caused by the inability to digest fats. The fats have been transported from the stomach to the bloodstream to the lipoma (right?), so the fat must have been digested in order to be transported via the bloodstream and deposited into the lipomas.
Meanwhile, if you know of some magical pill to make these things go away, I am up for it. Otherwise it's either a surgeon's scalpel or a visit to the dermatologist to have them inject something into the tumor to dissolve it....with possible redness, burning sensations, and who-knows-what reactions.
Last edited by Canarygirl; 07-21-2010 at 03:18 PM.
Yeah, I was wondering how nondigested fats end up in skin tumors?