Eating fat WON’T make you FAT

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Fats are an essential part of your diet because they:
✅ help with growth and development
✅ help absorb fat-soluble vitamins like A, E, D and K
✅regulate hormones
✅maintain a steady metabolism
✅reduce inflammation etc
The healthy fats you should add to your diet are the monounsaturated, olive oil, avocado, flaxseed oil, nuts, and the polyunsaturated in the form of omega-3s, like fatty fish (tuna and salmon), walnuts, eggs, and chia seeds.
These healthy fats are linked to strong immunity, improved cardiovascular functioning, reduced inflammation, and enhanced brain functioning. You should skip polyunsaturated in the form of processed vegetable oils like canola, sunflower, and safflower, mostly omega-6 fatty acids.) Low-fat foods may look healthy, but they’re often loaded with sugar and other unhealthy ingredients. These can lead to excessive hunger, weight gain, and disease.


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