It's impossible to entirely cut out pufa, it has at least trace amounts in everything. Keeping it to a minimum is only beneficial, establishing an arbitrary upper limit is futile. Obviously the more you consume, the more prevalent the effects will be and the harder it will be for your body to detoxify and replace it with healthier fats.
Originally Posted by Neckhammer
When pufas are kept to a minimum, your body synthesizes mead acid, a stable fatty acid that displaces pufa in tissues and suppresses leukotrienes.
It's the opposite, if anything someone following a Peat protocol entirely will be better able to handle the negative effects of pufa. Things like supplemental aspirin(helps against the hormone products following oxidation) and an ideal calcium to phosphorus ratio.
read: Randle cycle
High free fatty acids in the blood impair glucose metabolism period, as well as muscle glycogen synthesis.
I'm trying to figure out if there is something I need to figure out and then figure that out before it's too late and all hope is lost.
The tighter the grip gets, the more sand pours out between the fingers.