Saturated Fats Change Gut Bacteria, and May Raise Risk for Inflammatory
Bowel Disease By Katherine Harmon | Scientific American | June 13, 2012
The relationship between food and a gastro-intestinal disease might
sound simple. But new research is revealing that what we put into our
bodies can cause a cascade of complex interactions among various
systems, from metabolism to the immune system, that keep us well or make
us sick.   And it appears that a popular component of the classic
Western diet, saturated fats, has likely contributed to the increase in
colitis cases. (via BO.LT)

Saturated Fats Change Gut Bacteria, and May Raise Risk for Inflammatory
Bowel Disease By Katherine Harmon | Scientific American | June 13, 2012
The relationship between food and a gastro-intestinal disease might
sound simple. But new research is revealing that what we put into our
bodies can cause a cascade of complex interactions among various
systems, from metabolism to the immune system, that keep us well or make
us sick. And it appears that a popular component of the classic
Western diet, saturated fats, has likely contributed to the increase in
colitis cases. (via BO.LT)