If you are trying to eliminate fat from your diet, you are definitely after the wrong approach to weight loss. Your body needs a certain amount of fat to function well. However, you need to distinguish between healthy and non-healthy fats and make the right decision.

There are many healthy fats available out there, and a few of them include oily fish, grass-fed butter, avocado, olive oil, coconut oil, nuts and seeds.

Below mentioned are a few reasons why you should make healthy fats a part of your diet now!

Reduction in cardiovascular risk factors

Fats are known to play a crucial role in cardiovascular health. Adding saturated fat to one’s diet helps reduce the level of lipoprotein, which has a direct correlation with risk for heart disease.

Get stronger bones

For calcium to be effectively incorporated into bones, fat is needed, as the vital bone-building vitamins like A, D, E and K are fat-soluble, and they are dependent on fat to get absorbed and then transported within one’s body.

Healthy lungs

For your lungs to work correctly, the air spaces need to be covered with a layer of lung surfactants, and this is 100% saturated fatty acid. When you do not consume these healthy fats, it could lead to breathing problems.

Healthy Brain

Your brain is made up of fat and cholesterol. The majority of the fatty acids in your brain are saturated fats. When you do not consume a diet that is rich in saturated fat, it robs your brain of essential raw materials that are needed for its proper functioning. Omega-3 EPA and DHA Fatty acids that come to your from grass-fed beef, some nuts, seeds and oily fish are great to boost memory.

Why wait, get in touch with a Registered Holistic Nutritionist today, and you can find some great ways to include healthy fat into your diet. Make an appointment with Hermeet Singh Suri (HOM, BSc., RHN, Epigeneticist) at The Homeopathic Plus Centre and learn how you can enjoy excellent health with healthy fats.