Eating Fats, Eating Healthy

There are many diets on the market that turn people away from all fats because they are considered bad. But good fat is a necessary part of a healthy diet. Your body needs fat to maintain its vibrancy. Fat protects your body, keeps your cells properly functioning, and is critical for the absorption of many essential vitamins and minerals. The goal is to incorporate beneficial fats into your diet and eliminate the harmful fats. A low-fat vegetarian diet, rich in whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables, is the perfect option for health and wellness.

Healthy fats come in the form of mono and poly-unsaturated fatty acids and can be found in a variety of organic, cold-pressed vegetable oils, and in foods like avocados, olives, and a variety of nuts and seeds. Harmful fats are found in most processed food, fried food, meat and eggs. By eliminating the sources of detrimental fats and instead using healthy fats, you are on your way to a healthier lifestyle.