Do you know, for every 2 percent higher intake of trans fat, there is a 16 percent higher chance of premature death.
And stopping you right there before you take fats bad for health, higher intakes of unsaturated polyunsaturated and monounsaturated good fats is associated with an 11 percent and 19 percent lower risk of death!
Time is changing! All sorts of healthy foods that happen to contain fat have now making a comeback & this time with even greater craze.
Here are 5 high-fat foods that are actually incredibly healthy and nutritious.
You may have been told, it was the healthiest oil long ago and then you heard you should never touch it. So, what’s the mystery about this?
Coconut oil has became really trendy in recent years. People add it to everything from eggs and coffee to cookies and salad dressing.
The reason that some suggests it while other don’t is because it raises unhealthful LDL cholesterol, but in spite of that, it also boosts beneficial HDL cholesterol.
And as per research, eating coconut is overall pretty good for health if eaten in right quantity.
Cheese does contain important nutrients, including calcium and protein, along with vitamin B12 and zinc. But the calories can add up quickly if you aren’t mindful!
As you may know, Cheese is pretty high in saturated fat, which is known to increase LDL cholesterol, the “bad” cholesterol by the way.
In fact, cheese is one of the biggest sources of saturated fat in the west. So does that mean it’s bad for us?
Well, cheese is pretty nutritious and tasty at the same time. You should definitely have cheese- but it’s best to consume it in small portions.
Are you kidding me, how can butter be healthy! Butter is cursed to clog arteries, give heart attacks, and cause gain weight, so there’s no reason to call it healthy.
But let me tell you the truth, the fattiest organ in our body, the brain is composed of 60 percent fat, and as much as 25 percent of your body’s cholesterol is found in the brain.
Plus, cholesterol is essential for our body to make healthy hormones, a healthy immune system and nerves.
Also, we can’t deny the fact that some of the many side effects of lower cholesterol in our body include memory loss, nerve pain, hormonal problems, low sex drive, and erectile dysfunction.
So, what do you think about butter now, is it healthy? Of course, it is! Just as with any other food products, look after the amount you consume, don’t overdo it.
Come on, I don’t have to tell you this! It’s called the protein bomb, just a couple of eggs in the morning can complete your daily protein requirements.
They’re healthy for our body & if you wanna know why, I have a complete article for that which is listed below-
Loaded with fiber, one avocado contains 36% of the daily requirement of vitamin K, 30% of the folate, and 20% each of the daily requirements of Different essential acids.
Avocado is also one of the few fruits that will provide you with “good” fats. That means it can help keep your cholesterol levels in the healthy range, and help lower your risk for heart disease.
Many other studies show, the lipids extracted from avocados might prove photo-protective against harmful effects of radiation, such as sun damage, inflammation, and even skin cancer, if ingested before exposure.
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