||A healthy fat cell has natural, unrancid, “living fat.” A dead fat cell has rancid and “dead fat.” An injured fat cell has a mixture of living and dead fat. Cellulite is masses of dead fat cells. In fatty change of the liver” a condition caused by toxins” a large number of liver cells become loaded with dead fat, cannot breathe, and eventually die.
Living fats” there are hundreds in the human body” freely move in and out of cells. Dead fats cannot. The explanation of this is simple. Nature designed the cell membranes as fluid mediums to allow living fats ready passage in and out of cells. These membranes owe their fluidity largely to fats embedded in their structure. So, healthy fats in cell membranes facilitate the movement of fats from foods and other body fluids through them. By contrast, the membrane fats of dead cells are dead” turned, twisted, and impacted into “grease,” so to speak” and block the movement of fats across them. The buildup of grease in and around the fat cells is largely caused by elements related to the bowel and the liver (discussed at length on this site in my article entitled The Grease and Detergent Model of Disease.