Why Eating Fat – Even Saturated Fat – Is Good for You  

Eating fat can help you to lose weight, not gain it.

Eating fat can help you to lose weight, not gain it.

If you’ve been looking for a good reason to eat fat, a new book – Eat Fat, Get Thin – makes the case for eating fat as part of a healthy diet. The book explains how Dr. Mark Hyman, the book’s author, switched from eating a diet high in whole grains, legumes, pasta, fruits, and vegetables to a diet high in vegetables, but which also incorporates plenty of fats and eliminates all processed foods.

When Saturated Fats Are Bad

Dr. Hyman explains that saturated fats can be a bad thing when they’re eaten as part of a high-carb diet. However, outside of that, saturated fats can actually be good for you. In fact, saturated fats can help to raise levels of good (HDL) cholesterol within the body.

Why Make the Switch to Incorporate Fat and Cut Carbs?

Dr. Hyman believes that Americans have been misled about fat and what is the right food to eat. He believes that this myth has lead to “a total breakdown in our nutritional framework.” Through eating more fat and fewer processed foods, he himself has lost fat and experienced more energy. He has also helped patients to do the same, improve cholesterol levels, and reverse type II diabetes.

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