i think that any inflammatory disease can benefit from fat restriction of a certain kind. ok im no doctor... but here's what i got from internet. siguro u can check w ur doctor::::
Another important polyunsaturated fatty acid is arachidonic acid. It is found in relatively high concentrations in beef, pork, lamb, dairy, and shellfish. This fatty acid gets converted to eicosanoids with very different effects from those derived from the essential fatty acids. Arachidonic acid results in inflammation, platelet aggregation, salt and water retention, and cell transformation. You may have noticed that arachidonic acid is found in the same animal foods that are high in saturated fats. The arachidonic acid is probably more responsible for the negative health effects linked with these foods than the saturated fats.