When comparing bad fats vs. good fats…Is there a difference between good fats and bad fats?
Absolutely there is a difference between bad and good fats!
First of all, you need good fat to burn off the bad fat. I know this sounds crazy but in order to burn of fat from your body you must eat good fats.
What all the diet plans never told you is this simple fact: All of those bad fats such as hydrogenated oils, margarine, canola oils, and the substitute butters such as “I can’t believe it’s not butter” are the fats that make you fat!
When you consume the bad fats your body doesn’t know how to break them down and in return they build up in your body as stored fat.
Unfortunately, there’s a misconception of what fats you should eat.
In fact, if you’re trying to lose a few pounds, there are fats you must eat in order to lose weight. These include: Whole eggs, avocados, real butter, coconut oil, and raw nuts to name a few.
Many of the bad fats come from processed food such as cereals, granola bars, and whole wheat bread. I never would have believed it either, but it’s true! Many of those foods that are labeled healthy are loaded with sugar, which is your worst enemy when it comes to eating healthier and losing weight.
I found this article on bad fats vs. good fats to be helpful from Remedies for Natural Health.
Here’s a simple fact to remember when comparing good fats vs. bad fats:
Sugar and Processed foods are your #1 enemy for maintaining good health!
If you avoid sugar and processed foods there will be remarkable changes in your overall well being.
Eat Healthy and Well,