Is there anything worse than fighting with your weight and living in constant fear of what you will look like when new clothes come out? We all know that the key to slimming down is staying motivated, but it’s also important for people to remember that health starts on the inside.
And after years of research into different dietary theories, a new study has found that eating more fat may be what the doctor ordered for people who want to avoid weight gain in the long term.
It isn’t just about losing weight — it leads to improved heart conditions, better brain function, and general happiness! Fat tastes good; we’ve been told so repeatedly by food corporations. And yet, everyone seems to be trying to go on a low-fat diet. What is the truth behind this?
Well, it looks like there might be some hope for people who want to eat the fats that they love and at the same time not become overweight.
Fat is an essential component of a healthy diet, and not only that, but we need to focus on the type — saturated or unsaturated — that we eat. Saturated fats are solid at room temperatures, such as those found in meats and cheeses, while unsaturated fats are liquid at room temperature, found in nuts and oils.
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For years, many of us have been told that fat makes us fat, leads to heart disease, and erodes our health in general.
An increasing amount of research is refuting our fatphobia, demonstrating the enormous health and weight-loss advantages of a high-fat diet rich in eggs, nuts, oils, avocados, and other delectable superfoods.
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