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​​​​​                                         KNOW YOUR FATS!


THE GOOD Essential Fats

Unsaturated Fats (Polyunsaturated and Monounsaturated

and the "Good List" Saturated Fats

These are Rich in OMEGA 3's, 6's and/or 9's


        * Avocados and olives

        * Unheated Oils (coconut oil, sunflower oil, avocado oil, olive oil)

        * Nuts (walnuts, almonds, macadamia, hazelnuts, cashews,

           Brazil)

​        * Nut butters (peanut butter, cashew butter, almond butter) 

​        * Seeds (flax, chia, pumpkin, sunflower, sesame) 

        * Coconut, coconut milk, and coconut milk products such as

           coconut milk yogurt and coconut milk butter substitute)  

        * Beans              

        * Fish (Salmon, sardines, tuna, anchove)  

        * Krill Oil

        * Organic free-range eggs                                

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​                               THE BAD Saturated Fats


        * Whole milk, butter, cream, and cheese 

        * Bacon and pork

        * Hotdogs and hamburgers

        * Deli Meats and beef

        * Palm oil 

        ​* Chicken skin

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                     ​THE UGLY Trans Fats/Hydrogenated Oils


* Any "foods" with hydrogenated oil, partially hydrogenated oil, or

  shortening in the ingredients list contain trans-fats:

  (usually cookies, chips, crackers, pastries, bagels, biscuits and

  sweet rolls, donuts, fried foods, cake mixes and frosting, waffle and

  pancake mixes, coffee creamers, microwave popcorn, frozen fried

  chicken, meat sticks, pie/piecrusts, canned soups and chili,

  packaged pudding, fast food, candy, margarine, breakfast    

  sandwiches, frozen treats/creamy beverages, salad dressings,

  cereal bars, and much more)


* You can find a trans-fat free and organic version of all of these  

   (above) in a health food store or in the healthy section at

   your grocery store.​​​​


* Trans fats also naturally occur in cooked burgers and fat containing

  dairy products such as many flavors/brands of icecream, which are

  not listed on the label since they are naturally occurring. 

  

* Trans fats are found in many restaurant/fast food burgers, French

   fries, anything battered or fried, pie crusts/turnovers, and breakfast

   sandwiches

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“No level of trans-fats is safe.”  (National Academies of Science)

“Probably the most toxic fats ever known” (Harvard School of Public Health)

 

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