Fats – Healthy Or Not?

It is considered that fats should make 30% of daily calorie intake. But fats are not equally healthy. Monounsaturated fats help neutralize harmful effects of triglycerides. It makes monounsaturated fats especially beneficial for our heart and cardiovascular system. Even those who want to lose weight need fats in their diet. So, before saying no to fats, one should distinguish between “good” and “bad” fats.

Healthy Fats
“Good” fat group includes the following foods:

* Peanut butter,
* Olive oil,
* Avocado,
* Soy beans,
* Nuts,
* Corn oil,
* Canola oil,
* Sesame seed,
* Sunflower and pumpkin seeds.

Unhealthy Fats
“Bad” fat group includes the following foods:
* Marbled meat,
* Insides,
* Sausages,
* Butter,
* Ice cream,
* Mayonnaise,
* Milk,
* Cream,
* Cheese,
* Palm oil.

Neutral Fats
The middle group comprises the following foods:
* Red meat,
* Chicken,
* Fish.

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