5 Fats That Don't Make You Fat

There are a lot of myths out there regarding nutrition. We are always eager to try the next health fad or new diet in hopes of dropping pounds and feeling great. One of the biggest misconceptions is that fat makes you fat. Our society is obsessed with low-fat and fat-free products thinking they are healthier. This simply is not true. The majority of foods that are labeled low-fat or fat-free are refined processed foods in which the fat has been replaced with more sugar. Not a good option. In fact, many fats are very healthy, essential to our wellbeing, and even promote weight loss.  Our body requires fat in order to function properly. Plus, many necessary vitamins, such as A, D, E, and K are fat-soluble, meaning the only way your body can absorb them is in the presence of fat. 

Here are a few types of good fats that are great to incorporate into your diet. Not only will you feel better, but you will be less hungry, and your body won’t feel deprived. 

About the Author

Jen Broyles is a Digestive Health Coach who's on a mission to help people regain their health naturally in the area of digestive wellness. Her personal story is what has inspired her to educate and guide others. She dealt with chronic digestive issues for over 10 years, and it was really affecting her quality of life. Jen found herself in her mid-twenties, on multiple medications that weren't helping, and she wasn't getting answers to what was causing the problems. She started doing her own research and through training with functional medicine practitioners, has been able to implement dietary and lifestyle changes that have completely transformed her life. Jen enjoys sharing advice, knowledge, recipes, and products that have helped her in her journey to health on her blog. Jen offers an amazing online program called Heal Your Digestion, which is designed to heal your gut, reduce inflammation, and restore your health.

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