If animals store toxins in their fat, wouldn't eating a high animal/fish fat diet mean eating a high toxin diet?
Mercury, dioxin, pcbs, Prozac, estrogen all these things are floating around our environment and are concentrated in the fats of the animals we eat, both in pastued and industrially raised.And of we all know course grassfed and organic may have toxins less than grain fed. And pastured has more good stuff.
This we all know and agree, so let's not focus on the benefits of grassfed. But the physiology of toxins being lipophilic, fat storing the toxins, or whatever mechanism I hear in CW that fat stores the toxins. How does the biochemistry work and affect us?
Are there good comparison studies on the toxins in animal fats you could share?
We often hear that that as you lose stubborn fat, toxins from them are being released in your body making u feel awful. As a community we are quick to jump on toxins and anti-nutrients in grains, legumes etc. What about toxins in fats?