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There is a common misconception about dietary fat that makes people on a diet skip it completely so that they can lose weight. However, this is far from the truth, as the body requires certain fats. The right fat from the right sources will not only ensure that your food tastes good but it will also help you shed those stubborn pounds.

You heard it right. A little bit of reading up on which fats are good for you, and tweaking your diet after consulting a Registered Holistic Nutritionist will indeed do your weight loss goals great good. One of the main reasons why fats have such a bad reputation amongst people is because most of us are only aware of the fats that come through greasy cheeseburgers, fries of doughnuts. These are less that healthy and are not doing your body any good.

Vitamin A, D, E and K are all fat-soluble vitamins, and the body needs essential fats so that these vitamins and other nutrients can be absorbed properly. When you tend to use a low fat dressing on your salad, your body will fail to absorb the essential nutrients and vitamins that the leafy green vegetable serve your body. When you want to lose weight, you need to remember that your diet needs to be designed using foods that will help you stay fuller for longer. Foods with healthy fats such as nuts and avocado take a long time to digest, which means they keep you feeling fuller for a longer time.

Low Fat Lie
Low fat foods are a scam, they are not doing any good to your system, and in fact, manufacturers often replace all fat in the products with sugar. So, you end up consuming no fat, not good nor bad, but consume many calories. It is important that you learn more about healthy fats, and don’t just rely on labels to make you diet decisions. Monosaturated fats, such as almonds are great for reducing abdominal fat. Combining good fats with carbs through the day can help you stave hunger for longer.

Man made trans fats are those that you should absolutely avoid. These work towards raising bad cholesterol (LDL) and lower good cholesterol (HDL).

Learn how to differentiate from good fats and bad, learn how to read labels and pick the right sources for essential fats. It is also important to keep a tab of portions you use for fat so that you can achieve your desired weight loss goals.

Speak with a Holistic Nutritionist and also get in touch with a Homeopath if you are sincere about weight loss. Your body needs vitamins, minerals and nutrients to stay healthy and active and hence you need to follow a diet that allows you to stay healthy along with ensuring that you lose weight.

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