Thank you so much for your generous offer, and I hope you're not being overwhelmed by the questions you've generated.
I've got two questions dealing primarily with fats.
1) I have a hard time explaining fat metabolism to people when trying to explain why eating fat won't make you fat. So if you could please describe what the body does with dietary fats with an emphasis on why they do not immediately form adipose tissue in the body.
2) I've seen the hypothesis quite a bit that the body stores excess toxins (that is, beyond what it can filter out and excrete) in adipose tissue as a protective measure. I haven't been able to confirm this anywhere, though. Is there any validity to this theory? If so does the body also store nutrients in a similar manner if dietary intake is abnormally high for a brief time, in order to utilize them later.
Thanks again for answering all these questions.