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by:IKE Food Machinery     2019-06-16
We are all familiar with our desires!If we can't tear our face off a batch of cookies or a pound of steak, that's impossible.Have you ever thought about how much "bad fat" is in your favorite food "?Wondering why even if the gym is where you spend half your time, those pot stomachs that love handles or stubborn refuse to melt?
Even if you have a positive lifestyle, too much fat will stop you from trying to lose weight.Here we will explain why "bad fat" needs to be reduced to a minimum, and "good fat" increases significantly in your diet.

One thing is correct, fat is the essential element necessary for normal body function, but excessive fat is harmful.In addition, there are various types of fat, some of which are good for the body, while others are not.
Here are some important functions of the right amount of fat in your body: fat is the source of energy.
Fat is the carrier of essential fat.Soluble vitamins such as vitamin A, D, E, and K contribute to the supply/circulation of these vitamins throughout the body.
Fat is used as a protective pad to protect important organs of the body.
Fat also includes essential fatty acids that are beneficial to heart health and the immune system.There are several types of fat, so it is important to know which fat should be included in your diet.


Unsaturated fat is "good fat ".Eating unsaturated fat is usually due to its vegetable source.Unsaturated fatty molecules are liquid at room temperature.

The common sources of unsaturated fats are olive oil, sesame oil, sunflower oil, and even vegetable oil such as soybean oil.Unsaturated fatty foods rich in omega3 fatty acids, any health expert will recommend a large amount of fatty acids in a week.

Saturated fat is related to several health problems.Saturated fat is usually included in the diet from animal sources.
Saturated fat leads to an increase in a person's "bad cholesterol" levelxa0This will have a negative impact on their health.Solid at room temperature.Another fat that is worse than saturated fat is trans fat.This is the most deadly fat.xa0Because it not only increases the level of "bad cholesterol", it also reduces the level of "good cholesterol.
In addition to being obtained from natural sources such as whole milk and whole milk products, trans fats are also synthesized as components of several processed foods.This food contains up to 45% of trans fat compared to natural foods.
It is recommended to eat less than 7% saturated fat and less than 1% trans fat in one day.Most fatty foods exceed these limits, so it is more sensible to reduce fat once a week than to reduce it regularly.



Excessive eating of fatty foods, especially those containing "bad fat", can adversely affect your health.First, excessive intake of saturated fat can lead to obesity, while a sedentary lifestyle can lead to obesity.Obesity itself is linked to multiple diseases and is a disturbing health factor in the United States.
Some common diseases associated with obesity are increased risk of heart problems, type II diabetes, gallbladder disease, high blood pressure and even arthritis.Excessive consumption of saturated fat is also one of the main reasons for the increase in "bad cholesterol" levels.

This includes the accumulation of cholesterol on the walls of the arteries, which may hinder blood flow and hinder its development, leading to myocardial infarction and even a heart attack.
The best thing you can do for your body is to respect it and change your diet better.Add good fat to your diet, which is rich in other nutrients your body silently desires.
Select ingredients like avocado, Walnut/macadamia nuts, pumpkin/sunflower seeds/sesame seeds, green/black olives, olive/safflower oil, salmon, tuna, peanut butter, and ground flax seeds.
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