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7 Myths About Fats

GOURMANDIA Margarine is better for you than butter. Myths about fats Low-fat products are better for you. This myth has unfortunately been perpetuated by the medical community and the food industry. In fact, many nutritionists and doctors still don't understand the difference. Margarine contains fats called "trans fats". The word "trans" refers to part of their chemical structure. These fats do not do well in the body and are Eating fat will raise my There is no such thing as a healthy fat. The 1990s brought a rush of low-fat products that promised healthier options. What was not typically remarked on was that these foods were replacing the cholesterol. Eating saturated fat from dairy and red meat is bad for your heart. Eating fat makes you fat. Most patients are led to believe they have very little power The body doesn't need fat. Again, the body cannot live without fat. But the body has to get fat from healthy sources. In particular, the body needs very hard on the blood vessels. They should be avoided, thus margarine should not be used. fats. fat taste with sugar. Sugar is now rampant in the Standard American Diet and wreaks havoc on the Eating healthy fats does not make you fat, and in fact, it can help with weight loss. Many experts believe that healthy fats like omega-3 fatty acids from fish are essential for weight loss. Weight gain in developed nations occurs predominately because of increased sugar intake in the form of sweets, soft drinks and extra pastas and breads. If the extra sugars (carbohydrates) are not completely burned off through exercise, they get stored in the body as fat. Be suspicious of cookies foods that say "low fat," as many have extra sugars to make up for the taste. over their cholesterol, and few know that they would not be alive if they didn't have at least some cholesterol in their bodies. Eating the wrong foods will have a dramatically negative effect on your health. Conversely, eating at least three servings of fruit and three servings of vegetables a day protects the heart and can help with cholesterol. Butter does not contain trans The body absolutely requires fat. We could not live without it. The materials that make up fat are also used around our body. Refined sugars in soft drinks and sweets play a huge role in weight gain and the skyrocketing rates of diabetes. Eating cookies or desserts that say "low fat" on the package only means you're getting more omega-3 fatty acids from sources like fish, flax and chia This myth is tricky because in some respects it is true. It depends significantly on the health of the animal. Cows that are allowed to eat only grass will be much healthier, and much leaner than cattle fed grains and corn. In fact, grain is given to cattle to fatten them up before they go to the market. Grass-fed beef is leaner and of higher nutritional value. Grass-fed beef is higher in a fat called conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), thought to be valuable for weight loss and cancer protection. If you can't find it, grass-fed beef can be purchased online and shipped frozen. Another great resource is a local farmer who raises beef only on grass and without hormones. seeds. Omega-3 fatty acids have been shown to benefit the brain, help with blood lipids and help decrease stroke and nerves, in the brain and to make hormones. Without healthy fats, we would have no energy, we wouldn't be able to think heart disease risk. Unhealthy sources of fat include anything fried in vegetable oil and margarine. and we would have no coordination. We have to have some sugar, meaning a worse impact on your health. form of healthy fat every day. crackers, or refined Margarine! LOW FAT

7 Myths About Fats

shared by brownbobby794 on Feb 22
When we hear the word "fat," we don't necessarily think of pleasant images or good health. Fats are one of the most misunderstood foods we consume, and the medical field is partly responsible. The pub...


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