Hypothesis: low fat dieting increases the stress on the urinary excretion pathway

If the liver balances the toxic load on the body by distributing toxins as fat soluble and fat insoluble, whenever people eat a low fat diet, the liver responds by decreasing fat soluble toxin production. This helps the gall bladder, which concentrates and stores fat soluble toxins, because the gall bladder is not discharged completely in people who eat a low fat diet. The liver would produce more water soluble toxins, which would in turn hurt the kidneys and the urinary bladder by increasing their total toxic load and it would increase the requirement for water to dilute the toxins and to flush out this system better.


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