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Which fats are good and for what

The body needs fat, in order to be supplied with energy. Long deprivation from them, leads to a feeling of hunger. This in turn leads us to have more pasta and foods with carbs. Eating this way seamlessly and imperceptibly adds weight to us. This happens whenever the balance of protein - fat and carbs is disturbed. The body wants a little of everything in order to have balance. In the food chain, the calories you eat from fat should be 15 to 30 percent. These calories is best to be add through the so-called good fats because the body itself can not obtain them.

Some foods with healthy fats are fish and fish products, virgin olive oil, sesame, pumpkin, walnut butter, and any oil from seeds and nuts. They are extracted by cold pressing and are rich in beneficial polyunsaturated fats like omega 6, omega 3 and omega 9. These oils are rich in phosphatides - like recina, which regulates blood cholesterol.

The market has a relatively wide range of natural oils from flax, hemp, hazelnut, walnut, sesame, etc. They are sold in large retail chains and all diet stores.

The wide range of poly-and monounsaturated fatty acids is vital to the membranes of our cells. You can make salad or cook with an oil cocktail. Best for eating is to boil and steam food, and finally, when done, add a little oil, says Integrative Medicine specialist Dr. Mary Papazova. She advises us to make a revision of the refrigerator and throw away the "bad" fats - margarine, palm oil and compound fryer mixtures.

So, try to reduce the dangers of these fats, because unfortunately they are used with many products that we eat daily, such as cakes, sweets, biscuits and more. They increase the risk of cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, multiple sclerosis and arthritis.

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