From what I've read, I tend to agree with your theory about lipomas basically being your body's way of improperly dealing with storing and managing toxin disposal. We know from having one removed that they have a blood supply. Having a blood supply likely allows them to grow. I've only had a biopsy of a lipoma to make sure it wasn't cancerous. Questions: Maybe we should have more tests done on them to confirm their make-up? Are there toxins to be found inside of a lipoma? What else is in there besides fatty material? If a lipoma has a blood supply then is there a substance, mineral, chemical that can travel to that lipoma to cause it's destruction?pierre wrote: ↑Sun Oct 16, 2011 5:56 am I think what causes lipomas is much more obvious than most people recognise.
Our bodies are continually bombarded with toxins from the air, processed foods, fertilizers, pesticides etc etc etc.
If the level of toxic bombardment is too much for the body to cope with, then some of these toxins will have to be stored inside the body.
It's just like the rubbish collection services. Normally they come around once or twice a week and take all our garbage away to the dump. If however the rubbish collection service slows down or stops then the number of rubbish bags starts to build up inside the home. Eventually the number of uncollected rubbish bags becomes so big that an entire room has to be allocated for their storage........ and the room is given a name by the owners, the lipoma room.
It is no secret that the fat tissues inside the body are the first place where excess toxins are stored.
It is interesting to note Dr. Herbst's related findings in people with Dercums Disease (DD)
1.Dercums Disease (DD) patients have an abnormal body system in which their blood vessels are too porous and leak toxins into the body. Blood vessels in normal people only leak small amounts.
2.The DD body system is also less efficient at cleaning up these toxins. The healthy body’s response is to send the toxins to the liver and then remove them from the body.
3.In DD, toxins and blood collect outside the blood vessels, causing inflammation and even fermentation.
4.The body responds by sending microphage cells to the inflamed area to contain the inflammation.
5.The microphage cells combine with the blood and toxins and form lipomas.
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