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Disadvantages Of Unsaturated Fats
Phase: Hi. Saturation of unsaturated fats causes a phase transition from liquid at room temperature to solid at room temperature. Read more
See below: The american heart association recommends that less than 25 to 35% of your daily calories come from fat. Saturated fats should be. Read more
I ate about 80g of unsaturated fat yesterday if I eat 60g today will this make up for it? Would it be fine if I do this instead of exercise for once?
Balance not quantity: You need to exercise no matter what you eat. Eating unsaturated fats does not replace the need for exercise. Exercise allows your muscles to get stronger, important for your bone health as you age, and also helps with circulation, lymphatic drainage and your mental health. Eating 60 g of unsaturated fat cannot accomplish these same tasks. Work with a clinical nutritionist to get a better balanced Work with a clinical nutritionist to get a better balanced diet that works for you! Read more
Several types: Mono- and poly- unsaturated refers to the carbon chain chemistry. Polyunsaturated fats are essential for cellular function and are not used as fuel. This is complex chemistry. Read more
Unsaturated fats are in salmon, trout herring, avocados, olives, walnuts and olive oil. They help improve blood Cholesterol.
Trans fats raise bad (LDL) cholesterol levels and lower good (HDL) Cholesterol levels causing increased risk of heart disease.
They are in doughnuts, cookies, crackers, muffins, pies, cakes, fried fast food,
Avoid Trans fats
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Incomplete fat: This is theoretical mostly -- what you need to know is that animal fat is mostly saturated and complete. Vegetable fat is a good fat and mostly unsaturated. Read more
Vascular health: Both components, if abundant in the diet, will increase the levels of LDL cholesterol and possibly the risk of atherosclerosis, but put in in context. Especially in the past decade, major scientific papers have re-examined the question and found little impact, and even asked whether the worries are justified. I'd suggest you eat sensibly and stay physically fit, and not criticize food choices. Read more
It's not Better: Polyunsaturated fat (pufa) and saturated fat have the same calories to make you gain weight, raise your blood pressure and blood sugar. The most recent studies show monounsaturated fats such as olive oil or canola oil are the least harmful: unlike pufa, they do not auto-oxidize or increase inflammation and they are the fastest to be burned as fuel. But really, there is "no safe fat! ". Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Chemistry & Health: Mono saturated fats are defined by having only one methyl group and the remainder of their carbon chain contain double bonds and no hydrogen atoms attached. That's chemistry. They are neutral in raising the LDL cholesterol & liquid at body temp. Trans saturated fatty acids are saturated fats- having lots of hydrogen atoms & the double bonds are in a trans configuration. They raise LDL, solid @ 98.6. Read more
Question is unclear: Saturated fat is bad for you. Unsaturated fat in moderate quantity is not bad or not as bad. Capish? Read more
Animal fat: Saturated fat is the bad one found in animal except fish. Read more
Fats: Great wikipedia question. They even show you molecular structures. Read more
If a food has more unsaturated fats than saturated and trans fats, does the unsaturated cancel out the effects of the saturated and trans?
First of all, there is good reason to question whether saturated fats are actually unhealthy- see http://www. Bmj. Com/content/347/bmj. F6340
however, trans fats are among the most toxic foods one can eat and a major cause of heart disease- see http://bit. Ly/1era8lt
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no amount of healthy fats can "cancel out" the incredible toxicity caused by trans fats. Read more
Saturated or unsaturated fat is not the issue some thought it was relative to heart disease. Here's a link
http://www. Webmd. Com/cholesterol-management/features/truth-about-saturated-fats
The type of fat to avoid is called "Transfat." This is human made and the body does not recognize it. It's in lots of things, especially junk food. Consider coconut oil or olive oil for good fat and satiety. Read more
What are the benefits that unsaturated fats and proteins provide when included in a balanced diet?
Is mono unsaturated fat healthier than polyunsaturated fats? Which one will affect our diet more? And why is that so?
Tough to say: According to recent research studies, there is no conclusive evidence that mono unsaturated fat is healthier than poly unsaturated fat. They are both healthier than saturated fat, which is found mostly in animal fat. Unsaturated fat tends to lower bad cholesterol and makes less cholesterol plaques which cause blockages in the arteries. Read more
Nope!: Vitamins a, d, e & k are fat soluble whereas b & c are water soluble. Read more
The body can make it: The body can make the saturated fat, but there are certain lipids that has to be ingested with food because the body cannot make it. For those that the body can make, any extra amount ingested with food will start to accumulate and building up the levels. Read more