LCFFA as challenge

Ralph L. Samson 73071.20 at COMPUSERVE.COM
Wed Aug 4 11:39:11 EST 1999

My investigation of LCFFA (Long Chain FREE Fatty Acid) as a supplement has
been primarily focused on identifying what other nutrients are required to
produce my observed results of lowering of levels of blood lipids,
cholesterol and triglycerides, and reduction of existing body fat, both
internal and external.  Because the action is very quick and the agents
producing the results should be measurable in the blood within a few hours,
the LCFFA supplement may be useful as a challenge to the metabolic system
to investigate its response with the help of various other additional
nutrients.  This may provide an opportunity to learn a great deal in a
short time at relatively low cost, most of which would be the cost of the
blood tests.
Regards, Ralph L. Samson

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