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Least rich in fat the best diet? no. But it makes a difference if we eat bacon or nuts. and it depends quantity and quality of fat This explains which fats are good for our body Health magazine “Apotheken Umschau”.
Products such as sausages should be avoided.
Fat has been demonized for a long time. However, in addition to other food groups such as proteins, vegetables and fruits the body urgently needs a lot of fat, as a catalyst for fat soluble vitamins, as energy storage and heat protection or as a building material for cell walls. Whether fats can harm is mostly up to you preparation and composition.
example saturated fat: They are found in dairy products such as butter or cheese and in meat. They are not as harmful as is often claimed. However, it is better to avoid processed products such as sausage or ham. Under monounsaturated fatty acids there are many vegetable fats such as olive or rapeseed oil, nuts or avocados. Although the latter contains healthy fats, it should only be consumed infrequently with the environment in mind.
Omega-3 fatty acids are often neglected
polyunsaturated fatty acids, omega-6 fatty acids, are found in sunflower oil, for example, but also in eggs and poultry. Nutrition experts recommend for the intake of Omega 6 Linseed, rapeseed or walnut oil. While we often eat too many omega-6 fatty acids, there are also polyunsaturated fatty acids. Omega-3 fatty acids often too short.
These anti-inflammatory fats are found in some vegetable oils, found in walnuts and oily fish. 100 grams of salmon contain 12 grams of fat, 22 grams is recommended maximum daily intake of omega-3 fatty acids. However, it should be noted that fish is ecologically problematic and often contaminated. Fish or algae oil capsules they are a good alternative.
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