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The Role of Fats in Losing Weight & Improving Health

We have been told that fats are not good for our health and we need to eat less of them if we are to lose weight and stay healthy. Yes, there are certain fats to avoid if you want to optimize your health and maintain a healthy weight. But on the other hand, there are fats you need to eat to maintain good health.

From a weight loss perspective, it's important to understand that eating fat in general does not make you fat. What makes you fat is eating unhealthy fat.

Fat that makes you fat and best avoided is processed, refined and produced fat:

1. TRANSFATS and MARGARINES are fats produced by the process of hydrogenation - which manufacturers are looking to extend their lifespan and stability.

This process alters the properties of these fats, making them toxic to the body and lacking in nutrients.

Fat and non-cholesterol as is commonly believed, are major contributors to obesity, weight gain and many medical issues such as heart disease and diabetes.

Research done at the University Of Maryland has found that transfers not only change the enzymes that fight carcinogens but also increase the enzymes that promote cancer.

Transfusion also contributes to osteoporosis and prevents the use of essential Omega 3 fatty acids.

Transfats are also listed in food packaging as hydrogenated vegetable oils, hydrogenated oils and some of them.

They are a common ingredient in cookies, cakes, cakes, donuts, packaged foods and TV dinners.

You might be thinking, damn it! This is delicious food.

Like most of us, I do not affect the opportunity for odd shopping. I love cheese cake and rich chocolate cake can make me melt like a Pavlov dog.

However, if you want to optimize your health and lose weight, you are advised to avoid these foods or at least eat less of them.

There are some healthier alternatives out there — transfuses that are replaced by palm oil, natural fat — but you may need to find a meal at a specialist food store.

You should also keep it clean from margarine or something called low cholesterol, low fat spreads or butter substitutes.

2. OUR POLICE-BASED OIL has been widely used as a healthy oil for the past 40 years.

These include oils like corn oil, sunflower oil, safflower oil, soybean oil and canola oil

Most of the fat consumed in the western diet comes from Omega 6 fatty acids.

Omega 6 fatty acids are important for nutrition, but the best source is definitely not this ultra-heated oil.

They have low nutritional value and the benefits of using this oil, leading to weight gain, cardiovascular inflammation and heart disease and cancer.

Scientists such as Dr. William Connor of the American Heart Association have warned of over-saturated fats in their diets for years and until 1969, researchers have found that corn oil causes an increase in atherosclerosis.

FATS TO EAT

1. OMEGA 3 FATTY medicines are found in oily fish such as sausages, sardines and salmon [avoiding various fields] Beef grass fed, wild game, leafy vegetables, hemp oil, hemp oil and pumpkin seeds.

This oil is best if it is cold pressed and not repaired. Grains can also be added to food, used in salads or added to drinks like smoothies.

Omega 3 fats are important for:

* Proper brain function

* Reduces blood pressure

* Controls blood cholesterol and fat levels

* Improves immune function

* Improves metabolism

* Reduces inflammation

* Maintains balance of water / fluid in body.

2. OMEGA 6 FATTY ACIDS is also available in some of the same sources as Omega 3 - hemp oil and pumpkin seed oil. Other sources are sunflower seed oil, borage oil, sesame seed oil, and evening primrose oil.

It is important that these oils are of various cold pressures and they are not subject to high heat when used in cooking. They are used as a seasoning on salads, etc.

Nutritionists and scientists believe that the healthy ratio of Omega 6 to Omega 3 in the diet should be around 3: 1

Unfortunately, today's unhealthy ratio tends to be around 20: 1 with the intake of unhealthy unhealthy vegetable oils that are extremely unhealthy.

3. OLIVE OIL is very popular in Mediterranean countries such as Italy and Greece.

These countries have low rates of cardiovascular disease.

While this may be due to other elements in their diet, such as fruits and vegetables and oily fish, IT cannot be denied that Olive Oil is healthier than unsaturated vegetable oils.

Cold chilled olive oil makes excellent seasoning for salads and steamed vegetables

Some people may find that because fat is higher in calories than carbohydrates or protein, you need to reduce or largely eliminate fat from your diet to lose weight.

However, losing weight involves more than just reducing calories.

Unless there is a basic medical problem, a healthy diet, consisting of natural foods including fat will see optimal body function and achieve a healthy weight

Fat that I have labeled as "Fat to eat" is very important for the body to function optimally.

Cutting down on your consumption will not help in losing weight.

Instead, it contributes to weight gain and fat gain



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