A high-fat diet optimizes the absorption of fat-soluble toxins such as dioxins and some heavy metals. We can avoid these toxins by diet alone: we're exposed to some of these toxins environmentally, e.g. through car exhaust, second-hand smoke, lawn treatments, industrial packaging, etc.. Even grassfed beef and pastured eggs can contain significant amounts of these toxins. An accumulation of these toxins can slowly destroy the liver, disbalance hormones, and contribute to cancer. Is there an explanation why this isn't a very big deal for PH-ers who consume a high-fat diet?
From what I understand (notice the huge caveat) If you avoid taking in new toxins - pastured meat, avoiding the EWG dirty dozen, other ways, then eating fats to lose weight is not a problem. Note that plenty of toxins are water soluble also.
There's some discussion of liberating toxins while losing weight here: http://paleohacks.com/questions/9087/body-fat-toxicity
You may be right but what would your solution be?
Wreck your metabolism instead?
I think you have to eat what is right for your body and then try to mitigate any other "side-effects" of doing so. Possibly something like intermittent fasting would help to counter-act these effects? Also, buying the best meat you can afford.
I don't really have a good answer, but avoiding something that is metabolically essential for optimal health is surely not an answer.
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