Not All Fats Are Evil!

Aug 15, 2016

Not All Fats Are Evil!There has always been a stigma associated with fat in foods. This vilification of fat can find its origins in the fast food industry, and the obesity crisis that plagued America in recent years. Nowadays, low-fat and non-fat foods have become staple products in the food industry, and we are told that a low-fat diet will help us get the body that we desire. However, not all fats are created equal. In fact, our bodies need fat (specifically healthy fats), in order to lead healthy lives. Therefore, this idea of a low-fat diet is one of the biggest nutritional lies out there today.

As stated before, not all fats are evil. There are plenty of food items containing fat that lowers bad cholesterol, helps shed excess weight, and gives you an overall better complexion. Let’s explore some of these items now.

Avocados

Avocados are one of the healthiest fruits that you can consume. They’re rich in monounsaturated fats, which helps raise good cholesterol levels and lowers bad ones. It doesn’t stop there. Avocados are packed with vitamin E, boosting your immune system and acts as a great anti-aging product. On top of all of this, avocado is packed full of protein to help your body function.

There are plenty of ways to incorporate avocado into your diet. The most popular recipe would have to guacamole, which is a great appetizer or snack in-between meals. You can even use avocado oil while cooking in your kitchen!

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil has a host of benefits. It’s rich in medium-chain fatty acids, which are easy to digest and used as an energy source almost immediately. These fatty acids are also known to help improve brain and overall memory function. The high amount of natural saturated fats found in coconut oil will help increase good cholesterol and help promote a healthy heart.

Coconut oil is very easy to incorporate into your diet. Simply use it while cooking or baking your favorite meals. If you’re feeling it in your food, perhaps rubbing some on your skin. That’s right! Using coconut oil on your skin and hair will help for a better complexion.

Other healthy fats include extra virgin olive oil, omega-3s, and even natural butter (not the fake stuff). Try using these fats with your meals in order to help you with weight loss and cholesterol levels.

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