ELIZABETH BRIGHT i | Adolescents & 20’s: HIGH ANIMAL FAT critical for essential steroid hormones
presents episode 913 | Dr Elizabeth Bright
5 Minute Body podcast
Question: For teens & 20’s, what
is needed for health?
-besides iodine & thyroid hormone
-need steroid hormones
-cortisol peaks at 3 months old
AND AGAIN in adolescence
“because estrogen & testosterone
being produced, which raises
cortisol levels naturally”
IN A NATURAL WAY
If not enough animal fat in diet…
[I ate no fat when I was 15,
fasted, low calorie, etc.] “Just when teens NEED TO HAVE
ANIMAL FAT & CHOLESTEROL
LEVELS HIGH TO SUPPORT HIGH
CORTISOL [and stress]; they are
not eating any”
-the medical establishment’s
‘eat low fat; let low calorie’
HAVING NEGATIVE EFFECT ON
ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH
And so: antidepressants prescribed
Young adults: animal fat is
“The lack of it causes all of these
problems in our lives”
Thanks Dr Bright:
Animal fat for healing;
that leads to fat loss
“I hope those needing healing &
fat loss will follow this journey
using high animal fats”
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