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Colitis, or inflammation of the colon is becoming an epidemic.
Young children, and teenagers are routinely being diagnosed with IBS (or inflammatory bowel disease)…
And in effect, suffer from the consequences of an inflamed bowel.
Difficulty evacuating, pain, blood in the feces… the symptoms can be excruciating.
And based on current medical practices, there seems to be little to be done to reliably reverse these conditions.
The reason for this may be that a fundamental driver of colon inflammation is the polyunsaturated fat intake from vegetable oils:
Over the past several decades, saturated fats (mostly from animal sources such as butter, beef tallow etc.) have been progressively replaced with unsaturated fats from plant sources.
Salad and cooking oils made from cheap agricultural byproducts (canola, soy, sunflower, cottonseed etc.) have all but replaced the safer, saturated fats which used to be commonplace.
This change has been fueled by poor (or even fraudulent) scientific research and industrial interests to create a market for these poor quality vegetable and seed oils.
The main problem is that these oils are highly unsaturated and therefore susceptible to lipid peroxidation…
While also being the precursors for the prostaglandins, which are lipid compounds that are intimately involved in inflammation in the body.
It is not a surprise, then, that a high dietary intake of these unsaturated oils is associated with ulcerative colitis:
“A high dietary intake of linoleic acid—an essential n-6 polyunsaturated fatty acid found in red meats, polyunsaturated margarines and various cooking oils—more than doubles the risk of developing incident ulcerative colitis.” – European Prospective Cohort Study (2009)
Thankfully, the solution may be as simple as progressively removing these oils from the diet.
You can replace them with safe, stable, and anti-inflammatory saturated fats like coconut oil, beef tallow, and butter.
Coconut oil and ghee (clarified butter) have been used as cooking oils in India since time immemorial, and are associated with profound anti-inflammatory benefits:
“Clarified butter (ghee) promotes the healing of injuries and gastro-intestinal inflammations such as ulcers and colitis.” – Pitchford (2002)
The change may be slow, but as time progresses, the turnover of unsaturated fats in the tissues being replaced by the saturated fats will lower the state of chronic inflammation.
Safe anti-inflammatories like aspirin can be used in the meantime (aspirin suppresses the inflammatory response driven by the prostaglandins).
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Paul Pitchford. Healing with Whole Foods: Asian Traditions and Modern Nutrition (2002)
Fats by calorie content, american diet. USDA, Food Availability Data System. National Center for Health Statistics
Linoleic acid, a dietary n-6 polyunsaturated fatty acid, and the aetiology of ulcerative colitis: a nested case–control study within a European prospective cohort study
Nature Reviews. Research Highlights. High dietary intake of linoleic acid - an essential n-6 polyunsaturated fatty acid found in red meats, polyunsaturated margarines and various cooking oils - more than doubles the risk of developing incident ulcerative colitis. Natalie J. Wood.