Hard fats do not hurt the intestine. Hard fats (meat, milk, egg, coconut fat, butter, etc.) are natural healthy fats that specifically maintain good intestinal health, along with vegetables (fruit, vegetables, berries, mushrooms, seeds, nuts) and lots of fiber.
The condemnation of hard fats is an erroneous idea that is not based on any research. French people eat the most hard fats in the EU and they are the slimmest and have the best heart health in the EU.
What is dangerous are processed seed oils, of which the EU Food Agency warned, and in particular palm oil, which is carcinogenic and which, when processed by industry, a person eats more than 50 kg per year.
The intestine receiving fast carbohydrates, chemicals and cellular radiation gradually grows an abnormal and morbid bacterial flora, which emits problems: obesity, memory illness, fatty liver, vascular problems, silent inflammation.
So-called whole grains must also be eaten with great care and in small quantities. They also contain a lot of starch. White wheat is almost everywhere. 100% oat or rye bread without wheat and sugar is ok, but only 1-2 pieces a day. Also, it is good to leave the potato out of a good diet, not to mention fast food.
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