So if 23 micrograms* of the lipids go to your spleen,* correction: I re-read this wondering about the distribution for testes and ovaries
Tell me what happens …
To people who have had a spleenectomy?
Where do the lipids end up then ?
Your liver right? Why isn’t the liver even on this list?
And if your liver is impaired by alcoholism or idk, busy with protease inhibitors or the quarter gallon of corn syrup I chugged for breakfast* or some OTHER equally catastrophic medical issue? Then where?
* they SAID, “be more woke.”
How many of the patients who have had that thing that you pretend doesn’t happen to them, have had a splenectomy?
Hey if you have a … medicine … that your body is immediately singing the “oh no no no” song to … to at least 23-30% of its constituent components. You need to stop whatever you are doing and ask why:
> Living without a spleen. If your spleen needs to be removed, other organs, such as the liver, can take over many of the spleen’s functions. This means you’ll still be able to cope with most infections. But there’s a small risk that a serious infection may develop quickly.
So the other day, I had a question about what purpose the cd4 cells in your colon serve. Is there any chance your “useless,” “unnecessary” spleen or appendix perform something along those lines? Like , taking dead / bad cells and giving them a place to be reassembled and released with repaired mitochondria or otherwise dispensed with?
And again, if you don’t have a spleen or appendix, then where does your body try to compensate for that and perform this task? Is that the explanation for the store in your colon/gut etc? Or do they all work together anyway in people with no spleen?
Is the thymus a reservoir of repaired cells, and … the “other” areas a reservoir of cells in progress ?
And then the others … brain, other organs , perhaps active areas of infection being swarmed by these cells rather than a “reservoir” of “disease”?
That is to say, there would be no hidden reservoir, if it’s right in front of you.
If you have some other immunodeficiency or pathological process going on and you’re already busy with other stuff … why add mystery lipids that might or might not have even survived transportation , refrigeration, and / or handling intact? I’ve read that as many as 60-70% of these lipids have been documented as not surviving or being intact in some batches.
“Hey liver , whatcha doing? Do you want to crunch on some defective, useless, medical waste for a few days?”
Liver: “Ewwww Like what, a baby?”
Liver: “Damn it Robert, im kind of busy. Are you buying research chemicals on Silk Road again?”
“No. Even WORSE.”