Wednesday, 13 February 2013

Eat Your Way To Health: 5 Fatty Foods That Can Make You Skinny!

It’s easy to think eating fatty foods will make you fat, but according to dieticians, sometimes the body needs fatty foods to aid in proper digestion and enzyme breakdown. While eating food that is packed with bad kinds of fat will make you fat, healthy fats can suppress appetite while improving heart health and fueling your metabolism.

The team has put together some fatty foods that can keep you in shape. You only have to always remember to do things in moderation.
1. Grass-Fed Beef
Grass-fed beef is beef that simply has a healthy mix of grass-fed protein and smart lipids. When eating out, you can always make a special request for this, or for lean meat. Studies show that grass-fed meat is low in saturated fat and gives you from two to six times more "good" fat called "omega-3 fatty acids, which are known to reduce the risk of heart and brain diseases, and cancer.
Plus grass fed meat is tastier and has fewer calories than conventional meat.

2. Olive Oil
Olive oil is rich in cancer-fighting ingredients and heart-strengthening fats, and helps reduce levels of obesity. At least two tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil is recommended each day, to enjoy the healthy benefits of the olive oil.
3. Coconut
Coconut is one of the fatty fruits we try to avoid, but it provides a nutritious source of meat, juice, milk, and oil that has fed and nourished populations around the world for generations. It’s high in saturated fat, and contains a type of acid that fights bacteria and improves cholesterol scores. Plus, a study show that coconut oil reduces belly fat.

4. Dark Chocolate
Dark chocolate is proven to be good for your heart and brains. It helps control blood sugar and is full of antioxidants. Plus, dark chocolate can help you flatten your belly and harden tooth enamel due to its magic ingredient theobromine and pure cocoa butter.
5. Almond Butter
Studies show that almonds can help you lose weight despite their high fat content because they keep you feeling full and satisfied. Almond butter contains numerous nutrients that benefit cardiovascular health such as potassium, magnesium and calcium.
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