Tuesday, January 28, 2020

The Chemical Manipulation Of Humanity: Brain Damage With Your Fries- Cooking Oil (Soy) and Neurological Changes

The chemical manipulation of humanity has been an ongoing concern of mine, for some time now.  We can and should call it a dysgenics program, because it is. I do include the promotion of veganism as dysgenic.  Dysgenic is the antonym to eugenics.
Hence dysgenic "having or causing a detrimental effect on the race" (1909)
Eugenics is most often presented as having been  undertaken to improve humanity.  Perhaps? Or not? It's too loaded of a concept. Who decides what is improvement? Who decides who needs improving? You get the idea?  What is never mentioned in the standard eugenics presentation, you know good intentions/bad outcomes, is that dysgenics can and will cause the  degradation of humanity. Creating sick, weak feeble, beings by manipulating the food, medicine, environment, diets etc, making us unhealthy and dependent on the for profit, medical, banking and chemical industry. Dysgenics, the  goal of creating detrimental effects in generations of people via the manipulation or alteration of our genetics is a very profitable program. (Think about the cost of genetic medicines?) The alterations to the living organism that will change the offspring permanently or until the dysfunction may be naturally corrected  certainly offers much benefit to those in we should not allow to lead us.
  Bertrand Russell’s quote about selectively breeding for congenital differences between the elites and the masses, until they become a ‘different species’ is the crux of the elite dysgenics that has been practiced against the masses “making a revolt of the plebs, unthinkable. “As unthinkable as an organized insurrection of sheep against the practice of eating of mutton“   
  The chemical manipulation of humanity- is a huge problem. A real problem. A toxic problem. One that is already affecting generations of people.  Think autism. Alzheimers. Infertility. Cancer.  For those who may be unaware I'm referencing "Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals" (including soy)

 Unlike the concocted ‘global warming’ nonsense, this real issue garners no attention. Has no celebrity endorsement. Has no excessively indulged and promoted cult leader aka Greta Thunberg to “shame’ the elite asses in a global psyop of epic proportions. (Davos/UN)

 Below is a long overdue installment of the chemical manipulation of humanity series.
As my hubby began to read this RT article, I knew immediately, it was soy oil. 
Sure enough as he read on, it was. Included below is the article to original study which ends with this warning
“If there’s one message I want people to take away, it’s this: reduce consumption of soybean oil,” Deol said about the most recent study.
RT: Would you like brain damage with that? America’s favorite cooking oil causes neurological changes, says animal study
 "New research has shown that despite being marketed as a healthy alternative, soybean oil, America’s most popular oil, causes neurological changes in the brains of mice, and may contribute to autism and dementia in humans.

Extracted from the seeds of soybeans and used in everything from fast food to animal feed and even baby formula, soybean oil is easily the most widely consumed oil in the US, ubiquitous in the national cuisine.

It’s in McDonald’s fries, Pizza Hut crust, and the “healthy” 9-grain bread used for your Subway sandwich.

But what is really shocking about their latest findings is the effect soybean oil seems to have on the brain." 
From Alzheimer’s to autism

The study is published in Endocrinology, a scientific journal, and it shows that when soybean oil is fed to mice it has major impact on their hypothalamus, an area of the brain crucial for regulating mood and behaviour.
More worryingly, it even affected over 100 of the mice’s genes, including one for controlling oxytocin, the love and bonding hormone. Soybean-fed mice showed lower levels of oxytocin in the hypothalamus. Other genes affected had to do with metabolic and hormone pathways, including the insulin pathway, synonymous with diabetes. There was also upregulation of genes associated with anxiety, depression, and schizophrenia.
An entitled elitist,  pushing a "brave new world" dystopia,  would view messed up  love and bonding hormones as very convenient.
"Considering the evidence, the authors believe that soybean oil could increase the risk of Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and autism."
 America’s most widely consumed oil causes genetic changes in the brain
"New UC Riverside research shows soybean oil not only leads to obesity and diabetes, but could also affect neurological conditions like autism, Alzheimer’s disease, anxiety, and depression. 
Used for fast food frying, added to packaged foods, and fed to livestock, soybean oil is by far the most widely produced and consumed edible oil in the U.S., according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. In all likelihood, it is not healthy for humans. "

chart comparing edible oils in the U.S.
Chart depicts consumption of edible oils in the U.S. for 2017/18. (USDA)

"It certainly is not good for mice. The new study, published this month in the journal Endocrinology, compared mice fed three different diets high in fat: soybean oil, soybean oil modified to be low in linoleic acid, and coconut oil. 
The same UCR research team found in 2015 that soybean oil induces obesity, diabetes, insulin resistance, and fatty liver in mice. Then in a 2017 study, the same group learned that if soybean oil is engineered to be low in linoleic acid, it induces less obesity and insulin resistance. 
However, in the study released this month, researchers did not find any difference between the modified and unmodified soybean oil’s effects on the brain. Specifically, the scientists found pronounced effects of the oil on the hypothalamus, where a number of critical processes take place.
“The hypothalamus regulates body weight via your metabolism, maintains body temperature, is critical for reproduction and physical growth as well as your response to stress,” said Margarita Curras-Collazo, a UCR associate professor of neuroscience and lead author on the study."

oxytocin in the hypothalamus
Comparison of oxytocin hormone in the hypothalamus of mice fed three different diets. The image on the far right shows very little oxytocin in mice fed a soybean oil diet. (UCR)

"The team determined a number of genes in mice fed soybean oil were not functioning correctly. One such gene produces the “love” hormone, oxytocin. In soybean oil-fed mice, levels of oxytocin in the hypothalamus went down. 
The research team discovered roughly 100 other genes also affected by the soybean oil diet. They believe this discovery could have ramifications not just for energy metabolism, but also for proper brain function and diseases such as autism or Parkinson’s disease. However, it is important to note there is no proof the oil causes these diseases.
Additionally, the team notes the findings only apply to soybean oil — not to other soy products or to other vegetable oils. 
“Do not throw out your tofu, soymilk, edamame, or soy sauce,” said Frances Sladek, a UCR toxicologist and professor of cell biology. “Many soy products only contain small amounts of the oil, and large amounts of healthful compounds such as essential fatty acids and proteins.”
A caveat for readers concerned about their most recent meal is that this study was conducted on mice, and mouse studies do not always translate to the same results in humans. 
Also, this study utilized male mice. Because oxytocin is so important for maternal health and promotes mother-child bonding, similar studies need to be performed using female mice. 
One additional note on this study — the research team has not yet isolated which chemicals in the oil are responsible for the changes they found in the hypothalamus. But they have ruled out two candidates. It is not linoleic acid, since the modified oil also produced genetic disruptions; nor is it stigmasterol, a cholesterol-like chemical found naturally in soybean oil. 
Identifying the compounds responsible for the negative effects is an important area for the team’s future research. 
“This could help design healthier dietary oils in the future,” said Poonamjot Deol, an assistant project scientist in Sladek’s laboratory and first author on the study. 
“The dogma is that saturated fat is bad and unsaturated fat is good. Soybean oil is a polyunsaturated fat, but the idea that it’s good for you is just not proven,” Sladek said. 
Indeed, coconut oil, which contains saturated fats, produced very few changes in the hypothalamic genes.
“If there’s one message I want people to take away, it’s this: reduce consumption of soybean oil,” Deol said about the most recent study."
“If there’s one message I want people to take away, it’s this: reduce consumption of soybean oil,” Deol said about the most recent study.


  1. Very interesting, Penny. I use sunflower or safflower oil for cooking (for some reason I don't like olive oil), but I see soy mentioned in a number of other items in my pantry. It would be pretty hard to get rid of it altogether. I really like Becel (Light) margarine, because it tastes good (to me) and is low in calories and highly recommended by health professionals as a hedge against heart problems -- yet it contains soy.

    And then there's Canola oil in constant use, totally GMO. I suspect that's why the ingredients lists are in such small print ;-[

    1. Hey Yaya:

      it's been a long time coming. And perhaps it's a topic that should be picked up again- since no one and I mean no one pays it much mind, yet endocrine disruptors have very bad implications for us as living beings, as well as everything else that lives
      humans (other mammals) birds, amphibians, fish, and more..
      yet, we are bombarded with the bogus 'agw' non stop- which is why I take such issue with the phony greens-

      I think it would be hard to get rid of soy oil entirely it is so ubiquitous- best case scenario is reduce consumption of the crap and let the producers of said crap know you don't want to eat it

      PS: love olive oil and use butter. Sunflower oil for fries in the airfryer-

      we don't touch canola

  2. Hi Penny.

    I agree with The Real YayaCanada, very interesting, Penny.

    Well, it's not rocket science. Nature knows best. In the old days when people still knew what was good for them, they used bacon fat for baking (coconut oil will probably also do). Unsaturated fats are not suitable for baking because they become poisonous when heated.

    Besides, beans, and especially soybeans, are not meant to be eaten by nature in the first place - very unlike fruit which is very much meant to be eaten by nature - and soybeans are therefore unless fermented (e.g. natto) not only almost unedible, but poisonous at that.

    Not to mention "Nazi GMO" soybeans which are of course doubly poisnonous. The Ashkenazis already poisoned the wells - think the old hag from the Hansel and Gretel fairy tale - in the Middle Ages. Except now these bastards - think queen Bessie - are in charge.

    1. Hi Laika:
      glad you enjoyed the report. Used to cover this topic fairly regular, but, it got away from me.

      "Nature knows best" Indeed, it does.

      "In the old days when people still knew what was good for them, they used bacon fat for baking"

      Lard and bacon fat, yup! And they were healthier.

      and yes GMO soy, which is very nearly all of it is toxic- but widely used in all the pious vegan food- shakes head