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Discussion in 'Ask Jack' started by Inese, May 4, 2019.

  1. Inese

    Inese New Member

    On the interview with Primal Edge Health from 2014, you are saying that "pescatarian-vegan diet is a smart thing to do", luckily, this is my case. Should it be grass fed meat added to the diet to increase B12 and other B vitamins to mitigate the effect of nnEMF?
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  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    seafood is the key not grass fed meat
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  3. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    seafood because of its DHA (and EPA) content
    @Inese have
    Dx: Multiple Sclerosis relapsing-remitting type, diagnosed in 1999.

    MS often presents with excessively high DHA and even higher EPA
    and very low AA.

    Why seafood is advisable for a person with already very high DHA?

    one example of person with MS:

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  4. Inese

    Inese New Member

    What I can think of, is who defined the range of what is high and what is low? And does low/high takes into account the environment the person is in? @Jack Kruse says that the further from equator you are, the more DHA you need, the closer to equator, the more water you need, like a plant. I am not able to charge my battery with sun in 57th latitude, therefore I need even more DHA. What I am not sure, does eating farmed salmon makes the miracle, I doubt DHA there is in SN-2 position... @JanSz have you any idea? Let's ask @Jack Kruse ? He says A modern microwaved world creates a massive need of DHA. Why should I not eat seafood then?
    Last edited: May 17, 2019
  5. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    This is Ask Jack forum

    I will wait for @Jack Kruse to address this issue.

    And I am not telling you to not eat (the best) seafood that you able to get.
    I am just wondering how to explain this situation.

    Why seafood is advisable for a person with already very high DHA?
  6. Mike David

    Mike David Same name new person

    Do you completely lose sunlight for part of the year at the 57th. Farmed seafood is in the SN2 position for DHA. Doc is gonna tell you to move instead of focusing on food.
  7. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    @Jack Kruse

    Ok @Inese
    For a quite a while (over about 2 years maybe longer) I hardly eat any seafood.
    I just got my fatty acids analysis.
    Your job now is to tell me if I should concentrate on eating seafood.

    Arachidonic Acid C20:3w9)=780(520-1490) nmol/mL (Range average=1005.00)
    DHA (C22:6w3) =242(30-250)nmol/mL (Range average=140)

    Last edited: May 17, 2019

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