High Fat + High Fiber Meals & Endotoxins / Lipopolysaccharides?
I've read that fiber might provide a substrate for endotoxin production, and that fat increases endotoxin absorption. Looking further into this, I found this article: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2782991/
Lately, I seem to be getting around 50 grams of fat in my meals (similar to the study), with around 25-35 grams of fiber in the meal (upwards of 50-70 grams of fiber in a day.) I've found foods like legumes / grains (prepared WAPF-style to minimize lectins) particularly useful for bringing lipids / cholesterol into an optimal range, but these foods are high in fermentable soluble fiber which I generally consume with copious amounts of fat.
Is this an inflammatory combination, where less fiber, or less fat would be ideal? Or is it more of a gut / diet issue, where fibrous plants and a healthy gut avoid this immune response? Is there a particular probiotic that might promote a shift toward better flora for a high fat + high fiber diet?