Is There Such a Thing As Healthy Fat?
There is no such thing as healthy obesity, but do healthy fatty foods exist? Are there foods which are naturally good for you, delivered in tasty food that you like to eat? Actually, "good fats" do exist.
They are absolutely required by your body so that it can function correctly. And many of them taste great, while delivering other health benefits as well.
Nutrition plans like The Mediterranean Diet are full of foods packed with healthy fats.
How important are these particular fatty foods to a healthy lifestyle and increased longevity?
When you get the right levels of healthy fat in your body, research has shown that you reduce your risk of dying from heart disease and cancer.
You also drastically reduce your potential for developing Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases.
Foods With Healthy Fats That You Need to Eat More Of
What you are looking for are those foods which deliver healthy essential fatty acids (EFAs).
These "good fats" promote heart health, help you regulate a healthy body weight, make your skin and hair look and feel younger, and limit your chances of contracting many dangerous and even deadly diseases.
Here are some of the foods with healthy fat that you need to be eating regularly.
Corn oil and extra virgin olive oil
Flaxseed and sunflower oil
Walnuts, almonds and seeds
Salmon, tuna and sardines
Avocados and olives
Oysters and clams
Unprocessed meat and eggs
These food items deliver monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, Omega 3 and Omega 6 essential fatty acids and other "good fats".
Fats You Should Always Avoid
All fats fall into 1 of 3 categories – saturated, monounsaturated or polyunsaturated.
You want to steer clear of trans fats and saturated fats. Those are the “bad fats”.
They will usually be found in processed and fast foods.
In the United States, it is now required by law that food manufacturers list trans fat on food labels, so identifying it is simple.
Butter, animal fats, baking chocolate, cheese, whipping cream and processed meat are all high in saturated fats.
Fried foods, many fast food items, nondairy creamer, dessert mixes, some frozen, processed foods, doughnuts and microwave popcorn are examples of foods which are high in trans fats.
Ramp up the amount of nuts and seeds, plant food oils, wild caught fish avocados and olives in your diet.
You will benefit from the healthy fatty acids which are essential for proper human development, you will immediately reduce your risk of contracting many diseases and cancers, you will feel and look great, and you may even lose a few unwanted pounds in the process.
You can learn more in my online guide here about how to learn healthy cooking for yourself and your family
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