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When you consider a wholesome diet, you think “low fat”… right? Nowadays you hear a lot about”low carb” foods and diets no doubt but the most commonly thought of term when thinking of dieting for weight loss is still “low fat”.


Well for the exact reasons that people think that they can not have carbs anymore… they are not disciplined enough not to eat the entire damn bag, or bathtub, or whatever features their favourite carb-y goodness. This is a mistake which you cannot make though, with carbohydrates OR with fats because pretty soon we will all be sitting around eating grass, because it’s the only “safe” food left to feed the “all or nothing” mentality that so many individuals have fallen into.

You are here in order to learn how fats aren’t bad at all and may actually be helpful to your weight loss objectives, yes? Well, you’re in luck because we’re just about to hit my top 3 fat-fighting fats, go over just how much is an perfect amount to enhance your diet and WHY they are beneficial for you. Read on individuals, because we’re going to have you eating your way to thinner body, and you can begin today!

Nuts (Almonds/Walnuts)

Nuts are awesome for many different reasons, because although they’re extremely high in fat they can and do provide a LOT of benefits! My number one reason when describing the benefits of eating nuts (rather raw/unsalted) is your appetite suppressing capabilities they have. My customers reading this are already thinking “of course nuts are number one on this list” because I love them for each individual and just about every single target… unless you’re allergic naturally.

Nuts are a favorite snack food of mine between bigger meals since they’re calorie dense, but additionally, it requires less of them to fill you up and KEEP you feeling somewhat full until your next meal. I’m here to tell you that you are not quite as”nuts” as you believed for incorporating these desire killers into your daily diet. Benefits of nuts also have lowering your risk of Type 2 Diabetes in addition to heart disease, so this is also great news to know in your path to rapid weight loss.


Avocados are another healthy fat I have had people almost adore TOO much previously. Avocados can be utilised as an alternative or addition to a favorite healthier dip recipe, which is great to create even your grab-and-go or grab-because-bored choices that much fitter. That is why however, avocados can be overused in that you need to stick with the recommended serving size (half an avocado) because after all… it’s still a fat and too much of a fantastic fat can still turn into a terrible fat!

Coconut Oil & Olive Oil

Last but not least… maybe even survive but MOST is the oils, olive and coconut. The new craze appears to be coconut oil due partly to the (false ) Bulletproof Diet and this video of fat melting that went viral, or anything. Here’s what… no it isn’t likely to burn your fat for one to the point of success by simply drinking coffee with coconut oil daily.

We have that out of the way, what coconut oil and olive oil CAN do is lead to faster fat loss by simply cooking in this stuff as opposed to butter or anything else you might be using. Both oils not just add healthy fats in your diet without you noticing, but they both fight heart disease and high blood pressure along with a number of other things! Once again these healthier fat options aren’t likely to melt away your gloomy areas immediately, but it’s the simplest way to kick start your weight loss, which is just as good overall!

Honorable Mention: Eggs

When I cite eggs, I mean the most contentious portion of these… the yolks.

We’ve heard for forever the cholesterol in egg yolks is terrible and should be prevented, and also to only eat the whites. Just like anything else however, this part isn’t bad for you when consumed in moderation and it may be the best portion of the egg. The yolk not only holds a number of the protein that you read on the nutrition facts of the men, but it holds the majority of the total nutrition the egg provides. I’ve gotten the question innumerable times “Isn’t the yolk the worst portion of this egg?” And the answer is no… it is not, that is the shell… do not eat that. My recommendation is usually from the number of eggs you eat, take in half of the yolks that way you can benefit from the nourishment that the egg supplies while still getting the huge protein number/quantity that you want from the eggs entire.

Fats are no longer bad.

They were but I feel as though they’ve received so much hate because of dietary tendencies over the years that we need to be reminded they are (and always were) cool. Not only are fats bad for you, they’re necessary, even GOOD for you and your targets! With that said, they may still be poor when taken in too large of amounts at one time, which goes for whatever…